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Title: Statistical bulletin
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 29-37 cm
Language: English
Creator: Florida Citrus Exchange
Florida Citrus Exchange -- Statistical Dept
Publisher: The Exchange
Place of Publication: <Tampa Fla.>
Creation Date: 1932
Frequency: annual
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Citrus fruit industry -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Citrus fruits -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Statement of Responsibility: Florida Citrus Exchange.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -1940/41.
Issuing Body: Issued by Statistical Dept., 1936/37-1940/41.
General Note: Description based on: season 1930/31; title from cover.
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FLOR~IDA CITRUS EXCIilLNGE


STATISTICAL BULLETIN


SE~ASON 19~32-1933






























































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SWe have compiled and herewith submit

statistical reports covering classi-

fied shipments of citrus fruits from

the state as a whole and by the Florida

Citrus Exchange, during the season of
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1932-3K, together with other informa-

tion concerning the Excnange and the

Citrus industry.
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FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE




Secretary
















OFFICERS, DIRECTORS AND HEADS
OF L.1EPr ElUTS FLORIDA CITRUS
E::C:i.liGE SEASON 1933-34


John S. Taylor
John A. Snively
Frank G. Clark
A. W. Hurley
J. 0. Carr
C. C. Commander
E. E. Patterson
Harold Crews
E. E. Lines
L. D. Aulls
A. B. Steuart
W. T. Covode
0. M. Felix
William Hunter


SUB-EXCHANGE


Chase
Dade and Indian River
DeSoto
Florence
Lake & Marion
Hillsboro
International
Lake Apopka
Lake Region
Manatee
Orange
Pinellas
Polk
Ridge
Scenic
Seminole-Orange
St. Johns River
Winter Haven


President & Chairman of the Board
First Vice President
Second Vice President
Third Vice I'resident
Fourth Vice President
General Ianager
Sales manager
Assistant to Peneral Mana-er
Advertising managerr
Traffic Leanager
Comptroller
Cashier
Secretary
Attorney


DIRECTOR


J. C. Chase
Frank G. Clark
J. 0. Carr
Jobn A. Snively
C. B.. Tioson
B..E. :tall R. F..D. 1fl
L. L. Lov:ry
J. G. Grossenbacher
Chas. B. Anderson, 1017 South Dakota
Lee S. Day
C. A. Garrett
John S. Taylor
Geo. '.. 'ershon, 1715 S. Florida Aveo.
D. A. Hunt
L. T. Farmer
A. -'. Hurley
Francis P, "hitehair
H. E.. Cornell


Largo
Winter Haven
Indian River City
Winter Garden
Fort Ogden
Tampa
Tampa
Tampa
Tampa
Tampa
Tampa
Tampa
Tampa
Tampa


ADDRESS


Sanford
Indian River City
Fort Ogden
Winter Haven
Umatilla
Tampa
Tampa
Plymouth
Tampa
Bradenton
Kissimmee
Large
Lakeland
Lake Wales
DeSoto City
Winter Garden
DeLand
Winter Haven








FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE SHIPMENTS
AS INDICATED BY SHIPPING REGISTER
STATISTICAL DEPARTMENT
SEASON 1932-33

FINAL REPORT


SUB-EXCHANGE ORANGES

CHASE 143,348

DADE O

DESOTO 67,999

EXCHG. PACK. 2,922

FLAGLER 0

HILLSBORO 9,136

INDIAN RIVER 267,044

INTERNATIONAL 253,398

LAKE 237,768

LEE 18,219

MANATEE 45,444

MARION 720

ORALNGE 777,017

PINELLAS 150,722

POLK 902,416

ST. JOHNS 98,886

TOTALS 2,975,039

1931-32 2,597,610

INCREASE 377,429

DECREASE


GRAPEFRUIT

45,171

8,719

9,047

0

3,720

5,580

304,661

220,494

52,928

-17,144

53,770

0

100,927

275,727

830,971

370

1,929,229

2,181,916



252,687


TANGERINES

25,497

0

13,774

150

0

913

23,108

21,545

76,721

356

668

0

118,712

28,651

159,880

36,080

506,055

639,667


133,612 490,730 490,651


VARIETY

Oranges

Grapefruit

Tangerines

Temples

Total

1931-32
DECREASE
INCREASE


CARLOT SU1ilA.RY BY VARIETIES
1932-33

PACKED ALL I

8,033 1,8


5,181

1,337

S108

14,659

14,000


3ULK

337


1,326

118

57

3,338

4,685
1,347


659


TEMPLES

8,409

0

3

0

0

0

4,768

1,198

395

0

72

0

14,266

250

10,632

111

40,104 1

31,155 1

8,949


BULK

119,717

1,116

14,920

7,393

386

636

71,265

78,295

66,766

2,124

5,467

0

108,255

82,318

646,810

34,759

,240,227

,730,957


TOTALS

342,142

9,835

105,743

10,465

4,106

16,265

670,846

574,930

434,578

37,843

105,421

720

1,119,177

537,668

2,550,709

170,206

6,690,654

7,181,305


PCT.

5.1

0.1

1.6

0.2

0.1

0.2

10.0

8.6

6.5

0.6

1.6

0.0

16.7

8.0

38.2

2. 5

100


TOTALS

9,870

6,507

1,455

165

17,997

18,685
688











FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
COMPARAiTIVE STATEMENT OF SHIPMENTS
BY SUB-EXCIANGES FOR SEASONS 1932-33 & 1931-32


SUB-EXCHANGE

Chase

Dade

DeSoto

Exohg. Pack*

Flagler

Hillsboro

Indian River

International

Lake

Lee

Manatee

Marion

Orange

Pinellas

Polk

St. Johns

Totals


1932-33 1931-32 LOj

342,142 330,688

9,835 24,182 14,

105,743 198,578 92,

10,465 29,494 19,(

4,106

S16,265 83,078 66,

670,846 480,239

574,930 555,410

434,578 429,146

37,843 90,509 52,(

105,421 156,665 51,

720 31,345 30,

1,119,177 1,127,036 7,

537,668 451,321

2,550,709 2,927,285 376,

170,206 266,329 96,:

6,690,654 7,181,305 808,:


DECREASE 490,651 BOXES


COMPARATIVE STATEMENT


SS



347

335

)29



313


66

244

625

359


576

123

117


VARIETY 1932-33 1931-32 LOSS GAIN

Oranges 3,655,389- 3,526,307 129,0822

Grapefruit 2,423,101l 2,876,954 453,8521

Tangerines 550,699 709,850 159,151

Temples & Misoe 61,464 68,194 6,730

6,690,654 7,181,305 619,733- 129,0822

DECREASE 490,651 BOXES-


GAIN

11,454


4,106


190,607

19,520

5,432


86,347


317,466


BY VARIETIES











ExCIiAG.CE Sr- U;:-; IN CARLOTS
BY I t.l 'f!3 SEASON 1932-33


MONTH

September

October

November

December

January

February

March

April.

May

June

July

August

Total

1931-32

Decrease

Increase


6009

6888


ORANGES

0

15

473

1109

996

1136

1317

1478

1685

852

88

72


GR.'PLFRUIT

17

253

481

571

601

641

984

922

1005

336

105

93


TANGERINES

0

1

106

315

252

258

189

30

18

0

0

2

1171

1466


879 295 545 688


1031


FLORIDA STATE SHIPMENTS IN CARLOTS
BY 1-ONTHS SEASON 1932-1933

GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES MIXED

69 0

878 0

1391 235 8

1598 896 19(

1998 832 14'

1978 628 119

2817 390 10(

2389 39 72

2246 0 64

1306 0 3C

421 0 4

206 0


17297

17621

324


3020

2752


ED

0

34

5

36

78

0

0

1

2

7

8


TOTALS

69

982

3962

8564

8137

7258

8292

6609

6492

3967

817

218

55367

49?53


8374

8822


448


MIXED

0

14

S233

365

299

189

189

123

124

53

7

0

1596

2141


9221

8190


TOTALS

17

283

1293

2360

2148

2224

2679

2553

2832

1241

200

167

17997

18685


MONTH

September

October

November

December

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

Total

1931-32

Decrease

Increase


ORANGES

0

40

1441

4104

3829

3462

4025

3460

3604

2354

348

9

26676

20058


--dot0 mo m it .


6618










AVERAGES AT TKAPA OFFICE ON PACKED FRUIT
SEASONS 1909-10 TO 1932-33


SEASONS

1909-10

1910-11

1911-12

1912-13

1913-14

1914-15

1915-16

191B-17

1917-18

1918-19

1919-20

1920-21

1921-22

1922-23

1923-24

1924-25

1925-26

1926-27

1927-28

1928-29

1929-30

1930-31

1931-32

1932-33


ORANGES

$1.15

1.51

1.93

1,97

1,69

1.47

1.99

1.94

3.92

3.69

4,20

2.57

3b77

2.96

1.86

3.51

3.58

2.78

4.39

1.99

3.22

2.35

2.38

1.55


GRAPEFRUIT

$2.38

1.95

3.58

2.01

2.09

1.32

1.89

2.07

2.72

3.18

2.84

2.46

2.41

2.10

1.51

1.94

2,92

2.25

3.22

2,07

2,98

1.56

1.59

1.27


TANGERINES

$1.81.

2,60.

1,93

1.92
1092

2.51.

1.66

2.07

2.82

4.39

4,79

5.49

4.96

5.57

4.39

4.31

4.43

4.83

3.50

5.28

2,91

3.38

1.98

1.82

1.52


1,65

2,21

1.96

1.83

1.42

1.96

2.01

3.46

3.52

3.37

2.65

3.17

2.62

1.82

2.74

3.36

2.58

3.90

2.09

3.13

2,01

2.01

1.45










FLORIDA CITRUS ETXCTUANGE STATEMENT OF DECAY
EXPRESSED IN PERCENTAGES


SUB-EXCHAITGE ORANGES GRAPEF


Chase

Dade

DeSoto

ExPkg Co.

Flagler

Hillsboro

Indian R.

Internat'1

Lake

Lee

Manatee

Marion

Orange

Pinellas

Polk

St, Johns

Totals

1931-32
Same Date
Last Season

Increase

Decrease


0.57,%

0.00

0.99

0.15

0.00

0.84

0.30

0.45

0,50

0,42

0,39

0.00

0.31

0.41

0.39


0.20%

0.24

0.11

0.00

0.00

0,47

0.36

0.43

0.08

0.84

0.16

0,00

0.57

0.77

0.61


1932-33,1931-32
TANGS TEMPLES TO'AL T_'TAL INCREASE PEC7.EA.SE

0.81% 3.91% 0.69% 0.61% 0,08%

0.00 0.00 0.24 0.15 0.09

1.22 0.00 0.94 0.55 0.39

0.00 0.00 0.14 0.38 0.24%

0.00 0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00 0.63 0.86 0.23

1.83 0.63 0.39 0,56 0.17

0,48 0.35 0.44 0.46 0.02

0.47 0.25 0.43 0.36 0.07

1.12 0.00 0.62 0,39 0.23

0.30 0.00 0.27 0.77 0.50

0.00 0.00 0.00 1.03 1.03

0.71 0.24 0.38 0.31 0.07

0.46 0,00 0.61 0.38 0,23

0.35 0.00 0.44 0.25 0.19


0.53 0.00Q 068 000 0e56 0,36 020

0.40 0.47 0.60 0,97 0.45 0.36 0.09



0.41 0.26 0.50 0.75 -o0.0

0.21 0.10 0.22 0.09

0.01









FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
SHIPMENTS BY WEEKS
SEASON 1932-33




INCLUDING i.IXED CARS INCLUDING PROPORTION
FROM MIXED CARS
ORGS GRFT TANG M1IXED TOTAL ORGS GRFT TANG TOTAL


WEEK
ENDING

Sept. 24
Oct. 1
8
15
22
29
Nov. 5
12
19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24
31
Jan. 7
14
21
28
Feb. 4
11
18
25
MIr. 4
11
18
25
A1r. 1
8
15
22
29
May 6
13
20
27
June 3
10
17
24
July 1
8
15
22
29
iAg. 5
12
19
26
31

I'otals


0
0
0
0
0
12
30
14
172
181
162
325
434
133
134
206
204
235
279
269
150
317
360
277
164
308
358
427
316
298
348
411
420
412
467
276
232
270
227
173
62
29
16
4
1
1
0
0
1
106


5
31
19
45
56
96
101
69
120
123
145
130
133
133
116
84
127
178
165
158
100
145
213
204
184
225
271
213
173
202
217
289
253
193
314
196
86
83
78
80
64
34
23
34
6
11
13
6
22
42


0
0
1
0
2
8
11
25
66
84
91
92
136
58
38
56
76
65
79
56
43
48
47
45
26
26
68
52
21
34
30
28
35
31
31
20
16
19
15
7
5
3
2
0
1
0
0
0
0
0


5
31
20
45
58
116
144
113
379
433
482
621
787
376
343
420
468
526
564
555
379
574
676
564
415
618
732
720
522
545
596
730
713
637
824
492
334
372
320
260
131
66
41
38
8
12
13
6
23
150


0
0
0
0
1
15
36
23
204
224
203
372
508
161
153
232
240
270
326
293
173
340
384
302
160
320
392
456
328
316
364
425
438
427
484
286
241
281
234
177
65
31
17
4
1
1
0
0
1
106


5
31
20
45
57
101
106
80
138
147
173
149
167
151
126
97
150
196
181
173
108
157
228
216
190
234
294
231
180
217
231
302
270
209
328
206
93
91
86
83
66
35
24
34
7
11
13
6
22
42


0
0
0
0
0
0
2
10
37
62
106
100
112
64
64
91
78
60
57
87
98
77
64
46
45
64
46
33
14
12
1
3
.5
1
12
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2


6008 1171 1597 17997 10035 6507 1455 17997


5
31
20
45
58
116
144
113
379
433
482
621
787
376
343
420
468
526
564
555
379'
574
676
564
41.5
618
732
720
522
54;5
596
730
713
637
824
492
334
372
320
260
131
66
41
38
8
12
13
6
23
15C


9221









'*TEEL SHIIPFENTS


ALL FLORIDA


ORANGES


(INCLUDING PROPORTION FROM MIXED CARS)


SEASON
1929-.30


SEASON
1928-29


Sept. 10
17
24
Oct. 1
8
15
22
29
Nov. 5
12
19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24
31
Jan. 7
14
21
28
Feb. 4
11
18
25
Mar. 4
11
18
25
Apr. 1
8
15
22
29
May S
13
20
27
June 3
10
17
24
July 1
8
15
22
29
Aug. 5
12

Totals


WEEK
ENDING


SEASON
1932-33

0
0
0
0
1
1
8
44
73
118
788
644
530
1678
1660
714
773
751
1079
1126
1187
948
774
1161
1234
1061
708
1003
1322
1159
904
780
861
977
965
1014
885
720
759
860
577
476
257
207
123
25
3
9
1

30948


SEASON
19" 7-28,


SEASON
1 2 -27


0
0
0
0
1
15
133
254
256
639
1005
643
819
1443
1717
465
686
1283
869
826
980
1085
1133
1108
834
856
827
724
724
734
693
660
648
601
474
396
527
356
191
111
71
19
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

24806


0
3
5
8
59
393
855
1008
1140
1125
1063
871
1520
1910
1189
620
1399
1035
1122
1317
1693
1687
1529
1564
1526
1222
1245
1307
1296
885
816
906
963
1291
1058
748
800
650
418
334
216
75
13
7
1
0
0
0
0

38892


24163


35276


0 0
0 0
0 5
6 52
22 197
65 252
115 187
219 750
305 1216
528 1136
827 736
940 567
1088 1340
1765 2163
1214 717
419 414
1135 1331
1195 1175
1021 1157
1042 1240
911 1218
849 1184
1012 1270
1164 1334
1285 1018
885 1099
819 1171
741 1167
586 1224
579 1190
390 1078
91 820
26 1448
12 1217
7 878
0 909
0 885
4 737
2 395
0 399
O 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0


21289


SEASON
1931-32


2 0
0 0
9 1
67 10
158 101
279 229
458 220
397 260
580 441
882 1005
1008 1128
1215 1388
1288 1808
1515 1461
521 546
525 704
1114 1230
1113 925
409 642
586 645
724 1162
603 1065
479 893.
530 1136
590 867
601 814
466 668
444 561
444 639
377 7:29
323 714
298 557
273 382
195 359
165 263
128 209
78 164
41 100
14 6-4
8 3,8
10 2E3
2 15
0 7'
0 1
0 3
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0


SEASON
1930-31


18919






Jl"EKLY SHIPMENTS
ALL FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT
(INCLUDING PROPORTION FROM :7I:ED CARS)



WEEK SEASON SEASON SEASON SEASON SEASON SEASON SEASON
ENDING 1932-33 1931-32 1930--31 1929-30 1928-29 1927-28 126-27

Sept, 3 0 0 53 33 0 2 0
10 0 0 190 86 1 23 0
17 0 0 318 161 21 75 14
24 34 66 375 228 59 124 20
Oct, 1 51 125 286 381 145 266 64
8 50 227 543 504 405 458 149
15 153 470 511 581 742 473 108
22 233 731 373 396 675 343 212
29 370 559 656 383 410 394 718
Nov. 5 340 334 763 350 441 628 800
12 267 625 593 364 553 490 486
19 469 681 566 511 585 471 714
26 448 710 584 518 936 673 892
Dec. 3 480 648 899 517 745 466 518
10 451 505 811 651 544 480 372
17 535 542 470 415 424 265 248
24 479 352 384 186 405 314 444
31 397 528 860 492 786 673 631
Jan. 7 382 749 769 651 692 523 481
14 555 682 759 568 748 289 630
21 640 726 954 601 765 506 803
28 587 827 1109 634 920 583 689
Feb. 4 556 541 1043 527 799 456 613
11 351 646 1012 6-61 853 450 669
18 549 705 1127 696 844 598 736
25 747 760 984 726 719 554 756
ar. 4 753 836 1053 579 700 561 778
11 532 598 1317 742 964 544 742
18 724 564 1132 ,'75 844 641 544
25 862 684 1032 598 818 417 663
Apr. 1 689 692 1173 854 857 430 683
8 548 709 1155 634 929 401 685
15 716 799 850 144 802 450 569
22 669 613 1060 35 897 406 522
29 613 530 995 27 803 426 489
May 6 539 533 1094 22 732 276 504
13 559 445 842 9 818 213 383
20 618 211 413 8 578 205 217
27 663 134 494 2 338 175 165
June 3 359 83 408 2 156 105 76
10 446 37 209 0 108 62 39
17 297 31 116 0 0 35 27
24 337 3 50 0 0 18 7
July 1 213 0 20 0 0 19 2
8 155 0 24 0 0 14 0
15 159 0 12 0 0 13 2
22 84 0 0 0 0 14 1
29 34 0 0 0 0 7 1.
Aug. 5 36 0 0 0 0 11 0
'12 56 0 0 0 0 0 0
19 43 0 0 0 0 0 0
26 57 0 0 0 0 0 0
31 19 0 0 0 0 0 0

Totals 19904 20241 30441 16252 24561 16020 18866


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U EKLY SHIPMENTS
ALL FLORIDA TANGERINES

INCLUDINGC PROPORTION FROM MIXED CARS)



EEK SEASON SEASON SEASON SEASON SEASON SEASON SEASON
ENDING 1032-33 1931-32 1930-31 1928-30 1928-29 1927-28 192-27

Oct. 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
8 0 0 0 2 3 3 0
15 0 0 0 5 6 7 1
22 0 0 0 10 5 9 2
29 0 0 0 21 6 24 4
Nov. 5 16 18 66 44 36 71 27
12 30 73 154 81 47 112 81
19 105 240 549 99 202 102 162
26 170 280 190 104 240 105 186
Dec. 3 272 261 409 141 158 173 190
10 300 315 476 285 247 294 215
17 396 430 329 176 369 221 141
24 235 195 162 78 200 77 89
31 264 387 445 157 246 116 160
Jan. 7 323 323 344 143 253 161 217
14 248 246 289 110 241 81 153
21 230 279 210 98 171 66 41
28 257 274 327 95 154 59 78
Feb* 4 293 239 334 28 187 37 116
11 240 217 301 22 177 39 100
18 249 188 213 18 41 44 56
25 200 119 172 22 135 36 53
:ar. 4 177 53 101 6 79 30 14
11 125 17 71 8 63 10 14
18 153 35 53 8 47 10 8
25 109 16 38 6 20 5 7
Apr* 1 61 1 5 2 7 3 0
8 42 0 0 2 3 0 1
15 12 0 0 1 0 2 0
22 2 0 0 0 0 2 0
29 5 0 0 0 0 0 0
May 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 O
Totals 4515 4206 5238 1772 3443 1900 2116


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UNITED STATES RECEIPTS OF GRAPEFRUIT FROM PORTO RICO BY MONTHS,
DIRECT SHIPMENTS OF GRPEFRLIT FROM PORTO RICO TO FOREIGN


COUNTRIES, 2TEITLD UAITiTITIES CANNED AND
TOTAL CO>LERCIAL PRODUCTION, BY FISCAL
1927-28 THRU 1932-33


ESTIMATED
YEARS


MONTHS

July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June
Total

DIRECT EXPORTS
FROM PORTO RICO
TO FOREIGN
COUNTRIES

TOT. MOVEMENT


FRESH FRUIT
CANNED


ESTIMATED TOTAL
COMMERCIAL PRO-
DUCTION


1927-28 1928-29


58,864
30,799
266,286
188,926
28,798
52,049
45,501
61,465
101,279
46,446
9,991
1,636


1929-30


56;088 15,501
29,943 6,887
89,658 36,384
5,226 158,106
'876 56,884
3,859 69,916
1,445 80,694
1,483 75,720
-929 112,667
17;227 184,125
2,196 110,966
6,407 70,480


1930-31 1931-32 1932-33


30,040
15,708
55,469
28,928
12,960
2,497
3,190
5,570
36,717
57,326
50,129
129,883


171,496 11,633
91,739 33,4 E
107,669 146,68f
138,360 59,602
9,592 5,345
6,323 2,457
1,867 402
2,230 2,998
3,193 1,744
2,339 1,176
2,403 694
12,806 186


891,940 215,337 978,330 428,417 550,017 266,422




294 93 58,972 92,435 75,741 17,500


'892,234 215,430 1,037,302


307,000 81,000


1,199,234 296,430 1,392,302


520852 625,758 283,922


355,000 169,500 128,000 37,000


690,352 753,758 320,922


UNITED STATES RECEIPTS OF ISLE OF PINES GRAPEFRUIT


MONTH

July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June

Total


1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33


93
12,142
22,648
27,008
2,773
1,929
3,880
1,024
245
471
30
100


'513
42,924
44,684
5,638
1,251
1,578
1,464
3,536
11,952
19,334
5,483
4,006


895
45,269
69,712
9,336
139
915
462
384
305
225
62
O


9
7,388
83,410
35,001
239
469
4
247
71
22
29
0


0
17,313
52,236
26,435
3,078
1,409
0
6
411
0
0
0


72,343 142,363 127,704 126,889 100,888


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CITRUS SHIPMENTS
FROM FLORIDA BY COUNTIES
SEASON 1932-33
AS REPORTED BY STATE MARKETING BUREAU


COUNTY


Alachua
Brevard
Citrus
Dade
DeSoto
Escambia
Flagler
Hardee
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsboro
Indian River
Jackson
Lake
Lee
la natee
Marion
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
St. Johns
St. Luoie
Volusia
Boat Shipments
Pickup Cars
Total


ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT


74
956
1
2
520
25
31
704
143
625
955
66
66
1915
176
204
733
0
4580
139
3
154
421
5792
175
3
43
1025
76
38
255
905
6158
0
26963


6
515
0
141
122
0
5
72
24
487
322
415
0
563
184
651
51
0
808
32
0
113
1133
6041
15
0
11
489
12
3
506
56
4346
0
17123


TANGERINES


7
20
0
0
55
0
6
34
61
46
88
4
0
131
1
1
8
0
698
46
4
13
47
713
109
0
0
105
0
3
18
279
533
0
3030


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MIXED


7
384
0
0
469
0
0
146
44
186
487
210
0
807
40
60
131
1
1127
38
0
110
287
2697
38
0
6
267
30
1
289
184
8
331
8385


TOTAL


94
1875
1
143
1166
25
42
956
272
1344
1852
695
66
3416
401
916
923
1
7213
255
7
390
1888
15243
337
3
60
1886
118
45
1068
1424
11045
331
55501








TOTAL CITRUS CROP MOVEMENT
AS Rj ORTED BY RAILROADS
IN BOXES


SEASON

1886-87
1887-88
1888-89
1889-90
1890-91
1891-92
1892-93
1893-94
1894-95
1895-96
1896-97
1897-98
1898-99
1899-00
1900-01
1901-02
1902-03
1903-04
1904-05
1905-06
1906-07
1907-08
1908-09
1909-10
1910-11
1911-12
1912-13
1913-14
1914-15
1915-16
1916-17
1917-18
1918-19
1919-20
1920-21
1921-22
1922-23
1923-24
1924-25
1925-26
1926-27
1927-28
1928-29
1929-30
1930-31
1931-32
1932-33


FLORIDA

1,260,000
1,450,000
1,950,000
2,150,000
2,450,000
2,713,180
3,450,000
5,055,367
2,808,187
147,000
218,379
358,966
252,000
274,000
352,600
974,033
1,147,491
1,954,954
2,961,192
3,794,133
3,801,101
3,250,000
4,634,000
6,100,000
4,600,000
4,750,000
8,125,000
7,946,926
9,700:000
8,370,000.
7,649,049
5,581,309
8,407,680
12,495,925
12,109,320
11,888 280
160886,701
20,399,614
17,781,120
14,694,120
16,558,800
13,635,360
23,239,645
14,214,600
27,229,945
18,914,165
20,596,524


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CALIFORNIA

840,560
957,600
1,067,040
1,333,800
1,541,280
1,691,760
2,255,680
2,230:980
1,908;360
2,878,500
2,793,000
5,758,140
3,933,380
6,767,420
9,156,860
7,747;060
8,921,220
11,114,656
11,559,542
10,155,542
11,388,029
12,327,944
15,460,912
12,815,272
17,960,544
15,827,162
7,212,996
19,160,724
18,458,880
18,203,114
23,192,722
10,355,733
22,092:184
20,408,582
26,838,776
16,981,129
23,409,887
23,292,800
21,411,660
29,401,680
31,350,000
27,014,448
36,084,100
27,270,034
34,848,154
29,290,800
24,924,900 As of Oct,5th










GROSS F.O.B. RETURNS FLORIDA POINTS
OF FLORIDA'S CITRUS CROP
R.IL AND BOAT SHIPMENTS


SEASONS

1909-10

1910-11

1911-12

1912-13

1913-14

1914-15

1915-16

1916-17

1917-18

1918-19

1919-20

1920-21

1921-22

1922-23

1923-24

1924-25

1925-26

1926-27

1927-28

1928-29

1929-30

1930-31

1931-32

1932-33


BOXES

6,100,000

4,600,000

4,750,000

8,125,000

7,956,000

9,700,000

8,370,000

7,649,000

5,581,000

8,407,680

12,495,925

12,109,320

11,888,280

16,886,701

20,399,614

17,781,120

14,694,120

16,588,800

13,635,360

23,239,645

14,214,600

27,229,945

18,914,165

20,596,524


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AMOUNT

$9,699,000.00

8,740,000.00

11,685,000.00

17,958,000.00

16,550,406.00

16,199,000.00

18,497,700.00

17,286,000.00

20,706,656.39

31,696,953.60

45,235,248.50

35,117,028.00

40,657,917.60

48,464,831.87

42,337,220.98

53,165,548.40

48,658,032.00

42,887,340.00

51,424,100,00

49,035,794.00

43,399,313.00

50,569,525.00

36,948,352.00

27,465,441.00










CITRUS FRUIT EXPORTED FROM UNITED STATES
PORTS TO THE UNITED KINGDOM


GRAPEFRUIT (BOXES)

New York

Los Angeles

Jacksonville

Tampa

San Francisco

Total


CANNED GRAPEFRUIT (CASES)

Jacksonville

Tampa
Total


1932-33

214,118

152,903

135,543

66,934

1,850

571,348




2,710

287,199
289,909


1931-32.

375,254

211,696

165,349

67,748

11580

831,897




25,444

111,971
137,415


1930-31 1929-30

354,131 277,217

50,349 74,989

190,688 56,446

16,551 0

0 0

611719 408,653


38,485

77,066
115,551


39,271

19,152
58,423


ORANGES (BOXES)

New York

Los Angeles

Jacksonville

San Francisco

Tampa

Total


1,978 2,982

830,298 611,161

0 0

14,513 0

0 0

846,789 614,143


34,176 3,058

497,164 162,020

17,107 0

5,428 0

2,073 0

555,948 165,078


NOTE: Exports from Tampa, Jacksonville and practically entire

amount from New York represents Floridacitrus..



CANNED CITRUS PRODUCTION


GRFT HEARTS GRFT JUICE

1,316,738 173,934

2,712,489 412,066

907,323 247,652

2,182,597 727,803

7,119,147 1,561,455


NO. FIELD
ORG JUICE BOXES USED

37,552 1,676,437

61,110 2,954,056

36,362 966,533

37,258 2,644,115

172,282 7,941,141


NOTE: Above figures represent cases of 24 cans, No. 2 size.


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SEASON

1929-30

1930-31

1931-32

1932-33

Total






CITRUS PLANTINGS IN FLORIDA
REPORTED BY STATE PLANT BOARD

ACREAGE BASED ON 62 TREES PER ACRE


VARIETY 1911 1919 1923 1928 1931

Oranges 69,842 132,712 176,011 220,330 234,662

Grapefruit 24,675 50,455 77,104 90,196 103,423
Tangerines 0 0 9,824 27,049 32,062

Satsumas 8,529 11,689

Miscellaneous 6,046 9,164 10,481
Total 93,517 183,167 268,985 355,268 392,3 7


FLORIDA 1931
BEARING & NON-BEARING TREES,ACRES

VARIETY BEARING NON-BEARING TOTAL
FRUIT TREES ACiS TRS ACS TR'ES ACRES ACRES

Oranges 13,160,817 212,271 1,388,257 22,391 14, 49,074 234,662
Grapefruit 5,803,326 93,602 608,942 9,821 6, 12,268 103,423

Tangerines 1,870,326 30,167 117,568 1,895 1,987,894 32,062

Satsumas 423,126 6,824 301,642 4,865 .4,768 11,689

Miscellaneous 342,602 5,526 307,244 4,955 64 ,846 10,481

Totals 21,600,197 348,390 2,723,653 43,927 2 ,323,850 392,317


*


VARIETY

Grapef
Lemons
Oranges

Totals


CALIFORNIA CITRUS ACREAGE /
REPORTED BY
CALIF RNIA CROP REPORTING SERVI E
1932
BEARING ACREAGE / NON-.
1911 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 BEARING BEA NG TOTAL
6486 7700 9138 10773 10954 12181 4791 "16972

28879 41475 41385 41036 41262 4165 41 8 '228 46594
102386 184494 187459 193292 197T 201616 205260 2 63106 2 -43 -

131265 232455 236544 24346E 249524 254249 258809 39125 2a,7934


N\


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,/i






CITRUS CENSUS OF THE LOWER RIO GRANIE VALLEY
OF TEXAS.AS OF APRIL 1, 1933 BY COUNTIES


NUMBER OF GROWING CITRUS TREES OF AGE
RUIT ....... .
0. 1 2 3 4 5 TOTAL

293199 670280 525606 490440 770828 1488332 4239685
644-27 103555 635S6 10(3S~ 218879 535683 10?7r'3
.s R 77 41513 2509 1.4O_06 2 7'4 703794 .',53
363503 783348 591841 611209 .10I,"86 2094389 5462771


115365 367144 216043 209841 371799 725885 2006077
32297 48305 31524 5,04 101120 3568330 624290
is 1i37 2018 205?7 1 733 ?,:291 61,75 103l9
148939 417667 249604 277538 496210 1144340 2734358


COUNTY AND F

HIDALGO:
Gy!. a:-: fruit

Other Citru
Total

CAMIERON:
Grapefruit
Orange
Other Citru
Total
WILLACY:
Grapefruit.
Orange
Other Citru
Total


TOTAL,ALL COUNTIES
Grapefruit 427153
Orange 105291
Other Citrus 8296


18589 55606 18543 14576 11357
8567 16981 6010 3SS9 4994
1082 1984 653 801 1.0
28238 74571 25236 19346 16501


1093030
174041
8515


7601392
101230
5259


Grand Total 540740 1275586 866681


27089
14655
1975
43719


145760
55206
6545
207611


714857 1153984 2241306 6390522
164296 524935 907198 1777049
.28940 5 .5 13:~944 237169
908093 1531192 3282448 8404740


Age of Trees: In the tables the ages of trees are classified as 0, 1,
2, 3, 4 and 5. 'Trees given under classification 0 were planted during the period
from April 1, 1932, to Liarch 31, 1933. Trees given under class0ifcation 1 were
planted.from April 1, 1931, to March 31, 1932. Trees given undor classification 2
were planted from July 1, 1930, to June 30, 1931. The ages of trees designated as
3 and 4, respectively, will be understood in the light of this ox-planation. Trees
given under classification 5 were planted previous to June 30, 1928.


ARIZONA CITRUS ACREAGE
RE. ORTED BY
T. S.'BISHOP CHAI:rAN, ARIZONA
COMMISSION AGRICULTURE, PHOENIX,ARIZ.
MAY 10,1930


VARIETY

Oranges
Grapefruit
Totals


BEARING

2,592
2,723
5,315


NON-BEARING




15,233


ALAEIBA CITRUS ACREAGE
RETORTED BY
J. W. PACE CHIEF CITRUS INSPECTOR
0DILE ALABAMA
APRIL 10, 1928

(REPORT OF 1AY 10, 1930, STATESACREAGE GREATLY
REDUCED ACCOUNT COLD DAMAGE 5UT NO ACCURATE IN-
FOPRMATION AVAILABLE)


VARIETY

Satsuma Orgs


BEARING

4,030


NON-.BEARING

7,120


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TOTAL

8,430
12,118
20,548


TOTAL

11,150


.s








PORTO RICO CITRUS ACREAGE


Porto Rico had roughly 11,000 acres under grapefruit in 1930 of which
less than two-thirds were in bearing. The average production was around
1,200,000 boxes. The hurricane of September 26, 1932, completely destroyed
approximately 40,000 trees, practically all of which were of bearing age -
six years or older. There were also 112,000 trees, mostly bearing age,
seriously damaged. Of this group 15,000 have died and it is estimated another
30,000 will die in the next three years. Practically all of the dead trees
have been replaced with young stock.

There are now about 630,000 trees in grapefruit in Porto Rico, accord-
ing to Mr. A. S. Mason, Supervising Inspector at'San Juan. Of this number,
45,000 are young trees reset since the hurricane, 190,000 are two to five
years old, 325,000 six to fifteen years old and 70,000 fifteen years old or
older. The total acreage is now about 10,000 and the non-bearing acreage is
probably around 2,000 acres, but this will increase as injured or dying trees
are removed*



ISLE OF PINES AND CUBA CITRUS ACREAGE

The total area of cultivated grapefruit groves in Cuba probably did not
exceed 1,500 acres before the hurricane of July, 1933. Of the 1,500 acres
about 1,200 are located on the Isle of Pines. Estimates for the island range
from 1,100 to 1,800 acres but original plantings were much larger. We have no
figures to show bearing and non-bearing trees but in all probability most of
the trees are bearing. Neither do we know the extent of the hurricane damage
other than that the bulk of the crop was destroyed

Oranges are not cultivated commercially to any great extent in either
Porto Rico or Cuba, but are allowed to grow wild. A considerable volume cf
fruit, however, is harvested from the wild trees but the quantity varies widely.
The 1930 census gave orange trees iiorto Rico as 1,940,807 trees. This would
bb around 30,000 acres.







































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