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FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE


STATISTICAL BULLETIN


SEASON 1933-34


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F 0 R E W 0 R D
FOREWORD



We 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

1933-34, together with other informa-

tion concerning the Exchange and the

Citrus industry.





FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE





Secretary































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OFFICERS, DIRECTORS AND HEADS
OF DEPARTMENTS FLORIDA CITRUS
EXCHANGE SEASON 1934-35


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


President and Chairman of the Board
First Vice President
Second Vice President
Third Vice President
Fourth Vice President
General Manager
Sales Manager
Assistant to General Manager
Advertising manager.
Traffic Mane ;er
Treasurer-C ,mptroller
Cashier
Secretary
Attorney


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


SUB-EXCHANGE


Dade and Indian River
CeSoto
lorence
Lake & Marion
Hillsboro
internationall
lake Apopka
Lake Region
I nitee
Orange
Pinellas
Polk
Ridge
Scenic
Seminole-Orange
St. Johns River
Winter Haven


Frank G. Clark
J. 0. Carr
W. C. VanClief
C. B. Hipson
B. E. Stall RFD -#1
L. L. Lowry
J. C. Palmer
Chas. B. Anderson, 1017 S. Dakota
Lee S. Day
C. A. Garrett
John S. Taylor
Geo. W. Mershon, 1715 S. Fla. Ave.
D. A. Hunt
C. H. Walker
A. W. Hurley
Francis P. Whitehair
H. E. Cornell


Indian River City
Fort Ogden
Winter Haven
Umatilla
Tampa
Tampa
Windermere
Tampa
Bradenton
Kissimmee
Largo
Lakeland
Lake Wales
Bartow
Winter Garden
DeLand
Winter Haven


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DIRECTOR


ADDRESS






FLC'.-. CITRUS EXCHANGE SHIPMENTS
AS...DICXATED BY SHIPPING REGISTER
STATISTICAL DEPARTMENT

SEASON 1933-34

FINAL REPORT


DISTRICT

#1

#2

#3

#4

Chase Sub-Exchange

Internat 1 Sub-Ex.

GRAND TOTALS
TOTALS FOR
SEASON 1932-33

INCREASE

DECREASE


ORANGES

1,128,678

914,524-

484,301,

186,9151

172,568

208,425

3,095,4122

3,672,101-



576,689


GRFRUIT

275,7612

534,285

604,769-

149,263

55,3862

110,769

1,730,235

2,452,141l


TANGS

168,1071-

133,624-;

92,276-

9,7231

24,610

20,782

449,123

550,709


721,9061 101,585-


TEMPLES

21,390.

36,9411

1,792

2,331.

586

664

63,7051


TOTALS

1,593,937-

1,619,376

1,183,139

348,233a

253,1504-

340,640

5,338,4761-


PRCT

29.9

30.3

22.2

6.5

4.7

6.4

100.0


61,464 6,736,416

2,241-

1,397,9392


CARLOT SUMMARY BY VARIETIES
1933-34


VARIETY

Oranges

Grapefruit

Tangerines

Temples

Total

1932-33

DECREASE


PACKED

6,835

3,501

1,022

138

11,496

14,659

3,163


ALL BULK

1,232

912

122

28

2,294

3,338

1,044


TOTALS

8,067

4,413

1,144

166

13,790

17,997

4,207


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FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF SHIPMENTS
BY DISTRICTS FOR SEASONS 1933-34 & 1932-33


1933-34

1,593,937-

1,619,376

1,183,139


*4

Chase

International

Totals


1932-33

1,664,045


LOSS

70,107i


2,561,174i 941,798w

863,575


348,2335 684,787 336,5535

253,1502 342,142- 88,992

340,640 620,692 280,052

5,338,4761 6,736,416 1,717,5031


DECREASE 1,397,939i BOXES


DISTRICT

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COMPARATIVE STATEMENT BY VARIETIES


VARIETY

Oranges


Grapefruit

Tangerines

Temples

Total


1933-34

3,095,4122

1,730,235

449,1231

63,7051

5,338,476-


1932-33

3,672,1012

2,452,141l

550,709

61,464

6,736,416


LOSS

576,689


721,906i

101,5852



1,400,181


DECREASE 1,397,939i BOXES


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GAIN





319,564







319,564


GAIN


2,24l1-

2,24li






EX ;:.'.". SHIPMENTS IN CARLOTS
BY r-ONTHS SEASON 1933-34


MONTH

September

October

November

December

January

February

March

April

May

June

Totals

1932-33

DECREASE







MONTH

September

October

November

December

January

February

March

April

May

June

Totals

1932-33

DECREASE

INCREASE


ORANGE S

0

86

511

840

1,337

1,062

1,452

1,293

943

126

7,650

9,221

1,571


GRFRUIT

133

430

346

286

571

372

670

691

492

67

4,058

6,009

1,951


TANGERINES

0

2

168

338

293

96

35

38

13

0

983

1,171

188


FLORIDA STATE SHIPMENTS IN CARLOTS
BY MONTHS SEASON 1933-34

ORANGES GRFRUIT TANGERINES

3 676 0

218 1,691 0

2,260 1,814 459

4,142 1,678 1,055

4,917 2,019 931

4,059 1,929 382

5,285 2,190 69

3,826 1,912 1

2,395 903 0

254 125 0

27,359 14,937 2,897

26,676 17,297 3,020

t,360 123


MIXED

0

25

134

222

254

167

161

93

42

1

1,099

1,596

497







MIXED

4

145

992

1,979

1,587

1,264

1,175

567

216

17

7,946

8,374

428


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TOTALS

133

543

1,159

1,686

2,455

1,697

2,318

2,115

1,490

194

13,790

17,997

4,207







TOTALS

683

2,054

5,525

8,854

9,454

7,634

8,719

6,306

3,514

396

53,139

55,367

2,228







AVERAC-r7 ., TAMPA OFFICE ON PACiKED FRUIT
S'LSOTJS 1909-10 TO 1953-34


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

1933-34


0 ANGES

$1.15

1.51

1.93

1.97

1.69

1.47

1.99

1.94

3.92

3.69

4.20

2.57

3.77

2.96

1.86

3.51

3.58

2.78

4.39

1.99

3.22

2.35

2.38

1.55

1.93


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GRAPEFRUIT

$2.38

195

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

1.66


TANGERINES

$1.81

2.60

1,93

1.92

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

1.71


TOTAL

$1.34

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

1.83





FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE STATEMENT OF DECAY
EXPRESSED IN PERCENTAGES


DISTRICT

#1

#2

#3

#4

Chase

International

Total

1932-33

DECREASE


ORANGES GRFRUIT TANGS

0.20% 0.39% ,0.35%


0.19

0.29

0.26

0.30

0.09

0.21

0.40

0.19


0.24

0.22

0.37

0.13

0.03

0.26

0.47

0.21


0,31

0.29

0.29

0.50

0.37

0.33

0.60

0.27


TEMPLES

0.81%

0.21

0.00

0.72

0.00

0.00

0.46

0.97

0.51


1933-34
TOTAL

0.26%

0.22

0.26

0.31

0.28

0,09

0.24

0.45

0.21


1932-33
TOTAL

0.41%

0.44

0.63

0.43

0.69

0.44

0.45


INCREASE DECREASE

0.15%

0.22

0.37

0.12

0.41

0.35

0.21


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.X',IIANGE SHIPMENTS
BY WEEKS
SEASON 1933-34


WEEK
ENDING ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES MIXED TOTALS

Sept. 2 0 2 0 0 2
9 0 5 0 0 5
16 0 21 0 0 21
23 18 0 0 18
30 0 87 0 0 87
OCT. 7 7 111 0 1 119
14 19 51 0 5 75
21 25 94 1 6 126
28 11 122 0 10 143
NOV. 4 84 119 4 12 219
11 101 93 30 25 249
18 142 96 68 51 357
25 127 56 41 36 260
DEC. 2 148 54 63 30 295
9 246 74 110 52 482
16 267 91 78 95 531
23 167 55 60 30 312
30 93 46 53 28 220
JAN. 6 225 97 77 47 446
13 295 111 52 68 526
20 336 131 55 65 587
27 306 148 56 62 572
FEB. 3 278 122 68 36 504
10 285 87 26 54 452
17 285 85 26 31 427
24 263 103 21 44 431
MAR. 3 224 120 15 26 385
10 331 143 12 40 526
17 343 171 5 34 553
24 297 155 3 46 501
31 383 140 3 29 560
APR. 7 325 127 1 24 492
14 236 138 0 19 396
21 309 164 0 23 509
28 358 239 0 25 628
MAY 5 287 105 0 24 416
12 308 91 0 9 571
19 190 69 0 5 264
26 178 70 0 6 262
JUNE 2 57 35 0 0 94
9 58 14 0 1 73
16 33 2 O 0 35
23 9 0 0 0 9
30 2 0 0 0 2
Undistributed 12 196 55 0 263

TOTAL 7,650 4,058 983 1,099 13,790


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EXCHANGE SHIPMENTS
SEASON 1933-34

INCLUDING PROPORTION FROM
MIXED CARS


WEEK
ENDING ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES TOTALS

Sept. 2 0 1 0 1
9 0 6 0 6
16 0 21 0 21
23 0 18 0 18
30 0 87 0 87
OCT. 7 8 112 0 119
14 22 53 0 75
21 28 96 2 126
28 16 127 0 143
NOV. 4 91 122 6 219
11 115 98 36 249
18 166 110 81 357
25 143 68 49 260
DEC., 2 161 62 72 295
9 270 86 126 482
16 320 111 100 531
23 183 60 69 312
30 107 52 61 220
JAN. 6 248 109 89 446
13 331 130 65 526
20 369 149 69 587
27 340 166 66 572
FEB. 3 297 136 71 504
10 316 105 31 452
17 304 95 28 427
24 286 120 25 431
MAR. 3 240 128 17 385
10 351 162 13 526
17 362 186 5 553
24 323 174 4 501
31 399 153 3 555
APR. 7 338 138 1 477
14 247 146 0 393
21 322 174 0 551
28 371 251 0 622
MAY 5 300 116 0 416
12 313 95 0 408
19 192 72 0 264
26 182 72 0 254
JUNE 2 57 35 0 92
9 59 14 0 73
16 33 2 0 35
23 9 0 0 9
30 2 0 0 2
Undistributed 12 196 55 263

Total 8,233 4,413 1,144 13,790


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WEEKLY SHIPMENTS
FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT

(INCLUDING PROPORTION FROM MIXED CARS)


WEEK
ENDING


SEPT. 2
9
16
23
30
OCT. 7
14
21
28
NOV. 4
11
18
25
DEC. 2
9
16
23
30
JAN. 6
13
20
27
FEB. 3
10
17
24
MAR. 3
10
17
24
31
APR. 7
14
.21
28
MAY 5
12
19
26
JUNE 2
9
16
23
30
JULY 7
14
21
28
AUG. 4
11
18
25
31


TOTALS


SEASON
1933-34

23
69
79
164
343
286
237
396
561
612
427
583
552
339
608
650
360
294
432
532
520
685
639
577
557
578
697
592
625
562
560
558
520
478
514
417
242
219
130
113
50
29
19
6


SEASON
1932-33


0
34
51
50
153
233
370
340
267
469
448
480
451
535
479
397
382
555
640
587
556
351
549
747
753
532
724
862
689
548
716
669
613
539
559
618
663
359
446
297
337
213
155
159
84
34
36
56
43
57


1___ 19

17,434 19,904


SEASON
1931-32


0
66
125
227
470
731
559
334
625
681
710
648
505
542
352
528
749
682
726
827
541
646
705
760
836
598
564
684
692
709
799
613
530
533
445
211
134
83
37
31
3
0


SEASON
1930-31


53
190
318
375
286
543
511
373
656
763
593
566
584
899
811
470
384
860
769
759
954
1;109
1,043
1,012
1,127
'984
1,053
1,317
1,132
1;032
1;173
1,155
859
1,060
995
1,094
842
413
494
408
209
116
50
20
24
12
0


20,241 30,441


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SEASON
1929-30


33
86
161
228
381
504
581
396
383
350
364
511
518
517
651
415
186
492
651
568
601
'634
527
661
696
726
579
742
775
598
854
634
144
35
27
22
9
8
2
2
0


16,252


SEASON
1928-29


0
1
21
59
145
405
742
675
410
441
553
585
936
745
544
424
405
786
692
748
765
920
799
853
844
719
700
964
844
818
857
929
802
897
803
732
818
578
338
156
108
0


24,561


SEASON
1927-28


2
23
75
124
266
458
473
343
394
628
490
471
673
466
480
265
314
673
523
289
506
583
456
450
598
554
561
544
641
417
430
401
450
406
426
276
213
205
175
105
62
35
18
19
14
13
14
7
11
0


16,020





--- WEEKLY SHIPMENTS
FLORIDA ORANGES

(INCLUDING PROPORTION FROM MXED CARS)


WEEK SEASON SEASON SEASON SEASON SEASON SEASON SEASON
ENDING 1933-34 1932-33 1931-32 1930-31 1929-30 1928-29 1927-28

SEPT. 9 0 2
16 3 0 0
23 1 5 0 5 9
30 4 0 0 8 6 52 67
OCT. 7 26 1 1 59 22 197 158
14 41 1 15 393 65 252 279
21 60 8 133 855 115 187 458
28 73 44 254 1,008 219 750 397
NOV. 4 299 73 256 1,140 305 1,216 580
11 547 118 '639 1125 528 1,136 882
18 736 788 1,005 1,063 827 736 1,008
25 849 644 643 '871 '940 567 1,215
DEC. 2 797 530 819 1,520 1,088 1,340 1,288
9 1,293 1,678 1,443 1$910 1,765 2,163 1,515
16 1,728 1,660 1,717 1,189 1,214 717 521
23 1,021 714 465 620 '419 414 525
30 662 773 686 1,399 1;135 1,331 1,114
JAN. 6 1,088 751 1,283 1,035 1,195 1,175 1,113
13 1,488 1,079 869 1,122 1,021 1,157 409
20 1,308 1,126 826 1,317 1,042 1,240 586
27 1,319 1,187 '980 1,693 911 1,218 724
FEB. 3 1,112 948 1,085 1,687 849 1,184 603
10 1,311 774 1,133 1,529 1,012 1,270 479
17 1,372 1,161 1,108 1,564 1,184 1,334 530
24 1,133 1,234 834 1,526 1,285 1,018 590
MAR. 3 878 1,061 856 1,222 885 1,099 601
10 1,414 708 827 1;245 819 1,171 466
17 1,488 1,003 724 1,307 741 1,167 444
24 1,374 1,322 724 1,296 586 1,224 444
31 1,232 1,159 734 885 579 1,190 377
APR. 7 1,051 904 693 816 390 1,078 323
14 921 780 660 906 91 820 298
21 898 861 648 963 26 1,448 273
28 1,094 977 601 1,291 12 1,217 195
MAY 5 930 '965 474 1,058 7 878 165
12 674 1,014 396 748 0 909 128
19 576 885 527 800 0 885 78
26 311 720 356 650 4 737 41
JUNE 2 271 759 191 418 2 395 14
9 121 860 111 334 O 399 8
16 35 577 71 216 0 0 10
23 20 476 19 75 2
30 18 257 13
JULY 7 207 7
14 123 1
21 25
28 3
AUG. 4 9
11 1

Totals 31,574 30,948 24,806 38,892 21,289 35,276 18,919


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."'E.I3LY SHIPMENTS
FLORIDA TANGERINES

(INCLUDING PROPORTION FROM MIXED CARS)


WEEK SEASON SEASON SEASON SEASON SEASON SEASON SEASON
ENDING 1933-34 1932-33 1931-32 1930-31 1929-30 1928-29 1927-28

SEPT. 30 0 0 1
OCT. 7 2 3 3
14 5 6 7
21 0 10 5 9
28 1 0 0 0 21 6 24
NOV. 4 21 16 18 66 44 36 71
11 101 30 73 154 81 47 112
18 210 105 240 549 99 202 102
25 218 170 280 190 104 240 105
DEC. 2 303 272 261 409 141 158 173
9 440 300 315 476 285 247 294
16 434 396 430 329 176 369 221
23 318 235 195 162 78 200 77
30 241 264 387 445 157 246 116
JAN. 6 348 323 323 344 143 253 161
13 271 248 246 289 110 241 81
20 226 230 279 210 98 171 66
27 275 257 274 327 95 154 59
FEB. 3 237 293 239 334 28 187 37
10 181 240 217 301 22 177 39
17 94 249 188 213 18 141 44
24 91 200 119 172 22 135 36
MAR. 3 47 177 53 101 6 79 30
10 37 125 17 71 8 63 10
17 17 153 35 5a 8 47 10
24 16 109 16 38 6 20 5
31 3 61 1 5 2 7 3
APR. 7 1 42 0 0 2 3 0
14 0 12 1 0 2
21 2 0 2
28 5 0
MAY 5 1

TOTAL 4,131 4,515 4,206 5,238 1,772 3,443 1,900


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UNITED STATES RECEIPTS OF GRAPEFRUIT FROM PORTO RICO BY MONTHS,
DIRECT SHIPMENTS OF GRAPEFRUIT FROM PORTO RICO TO FOREIGN
COUNTRIES, ESTIMATED QUANTITIES CANNED AND ESTIMATED
TOTAL COMMERCIAL PRODUCTION, BY FISCAL YEARS
1927-28 THRU 1933-34


1927-28 1928-29


58,864
30,799
266,286
188,926
28,798
52,049
45,501
61,465
101,279
46,446
9,891
1,636
891,940


56,088
29,943
89,658
5,226
"876
3,859
1,445
1,483
S929
17,227
2,196
6,407
215,337


1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34


15;501 30,040
6;887 15,708
36;384 55;469
158,106 28,928
56;884 12,960
69,916 2,497
80,694 3,190
75,720 5;570
112;667 36,717
184,125 57;326
110;966 50,129
70,480 129,883
978,330 428,417


DIRECT EXPORTS
FROM PORTO RICO
TO FOREIGN
COUNTRIES

TOT. MOVEMENT

FRESH FRUIT
CANNED

PORTO RICAN
CONSUMPTION

ESTIMATED TOTAL
COMMERCIAL PRO-
DUCTION


294 93 58,972

892,234 215,430 1,037,302


92,435 75,741 17,500


47,900


520,852 625,758 283,922 470,400


307,000 81,000 355,000 169,500 142,300


200,800 203,600 177,700 189,700 182,000


41,800 129,800


199,300 199,800


1,400,034 500,030 1,570,002 880,052 950,058 525,022 800,000


UNITED STATES RECEIPTS OF ISLE OF


PINES GRAPEFRUIT


1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34


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
0


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


0
2;000



1,000
200
200
277
0
0
0
o


72,343 142,363 127,704 126,889 100,888 32,677


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MONTHS


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


171;496
91,739
107,669
138,360
9;592
6;323
1,867
2;230
3,193
2,339
2;403
12,806
550,017


11,633
33;499
146,686
59;602
5,345
2,457
'402
2;998
1;744
1,176
694
.186
266,422


1,000
11,700
122,100
41,200
25,800
18,000
14,800
15,000
28,700
37,100
78,700
28,400
422,500


MONTHS

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

Total









FLORIDA CITRUS SHIPMENTS BY COUNTIES
AS REPORTED BY STATE MARKETING BUREAU
SEASON 1933-34


COUNTY ORANGES GRAPPEFRUI T TANGERINES MIXED TOTAL

Alachua 34 0 0 1 35
Brevard 112 79 0 90 281
Eroward 2 0 0 2 4
Citrus 1 0 0 0 1
Collier 0 4 0 0 4
Dade 10 281 0 3 294
DeSoto 644 104 72 439 1,259
Flagler 24 6 1 3 34
-rrdee. 535 51 72 149 807
Eernando 90 17 57 25 189
Highlands 635 322 22 301 1,280
Hillsboro 913 401 38 522 1,874
Indian River 7 61 0 18 86
Jackson 28 0 0 28
Lake 910 585 95 704 2,294
Lee 258 471 6 119 854
Manatee 241 998 1 150 1,390
Marion 234 52 1 113 400
Orange 2,102 822 466 1,094 4,484
Osoeola 84 58 32 16 190
Pasco 103 136 5 130 374
Pinellas 393 1,176 46 290 1,905
Polk 4,407 2,813 397 2,812 10,429
Putnam 115 20 19 59 213
Sarasota 15 4 O 2 21
Seminole 1,522 401 169 169 2,261
Sumter 4 11 0 2 17
Et. Johns 18 1 1 1 21
At. Lucie 67 43 1 64 175
Volusia 337 39 43 79 498
Boat Shipments 13,503 6,174 1,341 5 21,023
Pickup Cars _586 586
27,348 15,130 2,885 7,948 53,311


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TOTAL CITRUS CROP MOVEMENT
RAIL AND BOAT SHIPMENTS
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
1933-34


* 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


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
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
20,884,890


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
26,790;456
24,203,718


* Lemons not included.

NOTE: Truck, Cannery & Locally consumed Citrus Not Included.


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As of Sept.18th






GROSS F.O.B. RETURNS FLORIDA POINTS
ON FLORIDA'S CITRUS CROP AS REPORTED BY
STATE MARKETING BUREAU
RAIL 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

1933-34


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

20,884,890


NOTE: Truck, Cannery and Locally consumed citrus not included.


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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

34,451,906.00










SIZE OF CANS


12/5s

48/8oz.

72/8oz.

24/2s

48/1s

(48)300x411

(48)300x407

24/12oz.

36/300x407

GRAND TOTAL


FLORIDA CANNED CITRUS PRODUCTION
NUMBER OF CASES
SEASON 1933-34
GRAPEFRUIT GRWAEFRUIT ORANGE
HEARTS JUICE JUICE

92,393 56,012 2,182

197,303 6,727 1,596

22,671 0 41

1,725,737 394,659 33,848

5,887 57,010 13,269

41,418 0 0

0 0 0


0

60,090

2,145,499


67,668

23,741

605,817


7,670

0

58,606


* *


* *


FLORIDA CANNED CITRUS PRODUCTION
FOR PAST FIVE SEASONS

CONVERTED TO REPRESENT CASES OF 24 CAN, NO. 2 SIZE


SEASON

1929-30

1930-31

1931-32

1932-33

1933-34

5 YEAR TOTALS


GRAPEFRUIT
HEARTS

1,316,738

2,712,489

907,323

2,182,597

2,184,577

9,303,724


GRAPEFRUIT
JUICE

175,934

412,066

247,652

727,803

610,115

2,171,570


ORANGE
JUICE

37,552

61,110

36,362

37,258

57,678

229,960


TOTAL
CASES

1,528,224

3,185,665

1,191,337

2,947,658

2,852,370

11,705,254


NO. FIELD
BOXES USED

1,676,437

2,954,056

966,533

2,644,115

2,424,906

10,666,047


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TOTALS
150,587

205,626

22,712

2,154,244

76,166

41,418

0

75,338

83,831

2,809,922







C..:./: PLANTINGS
REEPO:rED BY STATE

ACREAGE BASED ON 62


IN FLORIDA
PLANT BOARD

TREES PER ACRE


VARIETY

Oranges

Grapefruit

Tangerines

Satsumas

Miscellaneous

Total


1911

69,842

24,675

0





93,517


1919

132,712

50,455

0





183,167


FLORIDA 1931
BEARING & NON-BEARING TREES,ACRES


VARIETY'
FRUIT

Oranges

Grapefruit

Tangerines

Satsumas

Pfiscellaneous

Totals


BEARING
TREES ACRES

13,160,817 212,271

5,803,326 93,602

1,870,326 30,167

423,126 6,824

342,602 5,526

21,600,197 348,390


NON-BEARING
TREES ACRES

1,388,257 22,391

608,942 9,821

117,568 1,895

301,642 4,865

307,244 4,955

2,723,653 43,927


TOTAL
TREES ACRES

14,549,074 234,662

6,412,268 103,423

1,987,894 32,062

724,768 11,689

649,846 10,481

24,323,850 392,317


*


CALIFORNIA CITRUS ACREAGE
REPORTED BY
CALIFORNIA CROP REPORTING SERVICE


1911 1927

6486

28879 41475

102386 184494

131265 232455


BEARING
1928

7700

41385

187459

236544


ACREAGE
1929

9138

41036

193292

243466


1930

10773

41262

197489

2.49524


1931

10954

41679

201616

254249


1932
NON-
BEARING BEARING

12181 4791

41368 5228

205260 29106

258809 39125


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1923

176,011

77,104

9,824



6,046

268,985


1928

220,330

90,196

27,049

8,529

9,164

355,268


1931

234,662

103,423

32,062

11,689

10,481

392,317


VARIETY

Grfruit

Lemons

Oranges

Totals


TOTAL

16972

46594

234366

297934







CITRUS C...!. :, OF THE LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY
OF TEXAS ,.3 OF APRIL 1, 1933 BY COUNTIES


COUNTY AND FRUIT NUMBER OF GROWING CITRUS TREES OF AGE
0 1 2 3 4 5 TOTAL


HIDALGO:
Grapefruit
Orange
Other Citrus
Total

CAMERON
Grapefruit
Orange
Other Citrus
Total

WILLACY:
Grapefruit
Orange
Other Citrus
Total

TOTAL ALL COUNTIES
Grapefruit
Orange
Other Citrus
Grand Total


293199
64427
5877
363503


115365
32297
1337
148999


18589
8567
1082
28238


427153
105291
8296
540740


670280
108555
4513
783348


367144
48505
20 18
417667


55606
16981
1984
74571


1093030
174041
8515
1275586


525606
63666
2569
591841


216043
31524
2037
249604


18543
6040
653
25236


760192
101230
8259
866681


490440
106363
14406
611209


209841
53964
13733
277538


14576
3969
.801
19346


770828
218879
28774
1018481


371799
101120
23291
496210


11357
4994
150
16501


714857 1153984
164296 324993
28940 52215
908093 1531192


Age
3, 4 and 5.


of Trees:


In the tables the ages of trees are


Trees given under classification 0 were planted


classified as 0, 1, 2,
during the period from


April 1, 1932 to March 31, 1933. Trees given under classification 2 were planted
from April 1, 1931 to March 31, 1932. Trees given under 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 explanation. Trees given
under classification 5 were planted previous to June 30, 1928. /

/
ARIZONA CITRUS ACREAGE
REPORTED BY
D. C. GEORGE, STATE ENTOMOLOGIST
PHOENIX, ARIZONA
SEPT. 15, 1934


VARIETY

Oranges
Grapefruit
Totals


BEARING

2,492
7,130
9,622


NON-BEARING

4,771
6,644
11,415


ALABAMA& CITRUS ACREAGE
REPORTED BY
J. W. PACE CHIEF CITRUS INSPECTOR
MOBILE, ALABAMA
SEPT. 14, 1934


VARIETY

Satsuma Orgs


BEARING


4,500


NON-BEARING


2,000


NOTE: Acreage greatly reduced past few years.
of groves poorly cared for.


percentage


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1488332
535663
70394
2094389


725885
356880
61575
1144340


27089
14655
1975
43719


2241306
907198
133944
3282448


4238685
1097553
126533
5462771


2006077
624290
103991
2734358


145760
55206
6645
207611


6390522
1777049
237169
8404740


TOTAL

7,263
13,774
21,037/


TOTAL

6,500





/

PORTO RICO CI&UiS ACREAGE

(
Porto Rico had roughly 11,000 acres under grapefruit in 1930 of which
-s than t.-o-thirds were in bearing, The raver.-g pr'odt .tion was around 1200,;0
bo'.-;s, The hurricane of Septermber 6, 19 '3, co' 9c .. A destroyed approximately
1'0,0;: tr'es, practfcaliy al0. of w-hii h ,ere of brin ao x years or oler.
ohr- -7re;'e also 1i12,00 trecs, m,.,tly arig g ly rm~g aed. Of this /
group ,15,000 have died and it is eFtimr,-od another 302,'.o v wi.l die in the noxt/
three years. Practically all of the dead trees have b jen replaced with young /stock.

There are now about 630,000 trees in rapefruit in Porto Rico, according
to A-r, A M, Nason, Supervi.ring. :.nsector .t (.n- Juan,, Of this number, 45,000 are
t,-urj- t,';es rc-set since the hurrni:arc, 1.i' 00 are twvo to fi years old, 325,OCO
-- t i.'ten years old d, 00fi,' .) years old or colder. The total acreage
is r.ci, about 1 ,000 d the non-bearing acreage is probably around 2,000 acres, but
this will increae'as injured or dying trees are removed.



ISLE OF PINES AND CUBA CITRUS ACREAGE


The total area of cult-vated grapefruit groves in Cuba prob bly did not
exceed 1,500 acres before the hurricane of ,JufT. 19 3. Of the 1,500 acros about
1;.,2c. o a .r !.cated on the Tslc of .-.s, Eo.racs .or th. t L;]. .ai-d atL go from 1,100
*o 800S ac-es but original plan-i;.gs were ,c': li-'. c z W.j: h v'oe n.o : iguics to show
bea..ing and non-b3etring trees but in alll pro1SabilitY" rost of the tr es are bearing.
Neicher do we !cnow the extent of the hurricane damage other than tf.at the bulk of
the crop was destroyed,

Oranges are not cultivated commercially to any great extent in either
Port Rico or Cuba, but are allowed to grow wild. A cc.nisdr.1e vol.urme of fruit,
howe-ere is har 4tS d frano the-^ erWy- 'tlhe er d s wid yly The 1930
census gave orange trees in Porto Rico as 1,940,807 treeS, Thi would be around
30,000 aores.




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