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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: 1934
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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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FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE

STATISTICAL BULLET IN

SEASON 1934-35























































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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

1934-35, together with other informa-

tion concArning the Exchange and the

citrus industry.





FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE





Secretary
































































































































































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INDEX TO STATISTITCL BULLETIN
PAGE
Officers and Directors Florida Citrus Exchange 1

Exchange shipments by Districts and vari.+ios ;season 1934-35 2

Exchange carlot summary by varieties 2

Exchange comparison of tonnage by varieties for five seasons 2

Exchange comparative statement of shipments 1934-35 and 1933-34 by varieties 3

Exchange District comparative shipments seasons 1934-35 and 1935-34 3

Exchange carlot monthly shipments by varieties season 1934,-35 4

State carlot monthly shipments by varieties season 1934-35 4

Exchange FOB averages each season since 1909, by varieties 5

Exchange statement of Decay by Districts season 1934-35 and 1933-34 6

Exchange carlot shipments weekly by varieties, mixed cars indicated 7

Exchange carlot shipments weekly by varieties, including proportion mixed cars

Florida Oranges Carlot shipments weekly seven seasons, Rail and Boat 9

Florida Grapefruit 10

Florida Tangerines 11

I'lorida Oranges Rail, Boat, Express and Truck shipments weekly in boxes. 12

Ilorida Grapefruit 13

F'lorida Tangerinos 14

Florida shipments, Org. Grft. & Tangs. by various carriers for fivu seasons 15

Florida Rail shipments by counties season 1934-35 16

'lorida rail and boat and California oranges shipments each season since 188617

.lorida FOB gross returns on rail and boat shipments each season since 1909 18

.Plorida citrus cannery production Six seasons 19

Florida auction salos and averages coach auction market for thre *n' 20

:Florida citrus acreage and number trees planted of different ages 21

Florida citrus tree plantings by counties :22

California citrus acreage table 23

forto Rico citrus acreage and tree plantings 23

!llc Of Pirns and Cuba citrus plantings 23

Tecxas Citrus plantings 24

Arizona Citrus acreage Table 24

Alabama Citrus plantings 24


* *



















OFFICERS, DIRECTORS AND HEADS
OF DEPETA:'!;"'S FLORIDA CITRUS
EXcAir~TC SEASON 1.935-36


John S. Taylor
Ti. C. Van Clief
A. W. Hurloy
J. 0. Carr
L. L LLowry
C. C. Commander
Harold Crews
:, E, Patterson
Earl Lines
L. D. Aulls
S. L. Loonoy
0. M. Felix
.ounts Johnson


President and Chairman of the Board
First Vice President
Second Vice Pro eident
Third Vice President
Fourth Vice President
Gonoral -! niag-r
assistant General Liansgeor
Sales Ianagor
Advertising Managor
Traffic Managor
Troasuror-Comptroller
Secretary
Attorney


Largo
W''intor Haven
i'ntor Garden
Fort Ogden
T ampa


Tempa
Tampa
Tampa
Tempa
Tampa

Tampa


iTJB-EXCHAiGE


Iade and Indian River
c cSoto
Floronce
Lake and Marion
Hillsboro
latornational
L .ko Apopka
Lxko Region
Mnatooee
Orango
PI:n, l.as
Polk
R .dge
Scr nic
Sc ninolo-Orango
St. Johns Rivor
'Tinter Haven


H. G, Putnam
J. 0, Carr
Ii. C. VanClief
C, B. Hipson
B. E. Stall RFD .fl
L. L, Lowry
J. C, Palmer
Chas. B. Andorson, 1017 So. Dakota
Leo S. Day
C, A. Garrott
John S, Taylor
Goo. i'. Morshon, 1715 S. Fla. Avo.
D. A. Hunt
C. H. Walker
A. 1T. Hurley
Francis P. White hair
H. E. Cornoll


Oak Hill
Fort Ogden
Winter Haven
Umatilla
Tampa
Tanpa
Windorioro
Tampa
Bradonton
Kiss iim oo
Largo
Lakeland
Lake Twalos
Bart o r
Victor Garden
DoLand
WVintor Haven


DIRECTOR


..JDTESS









FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE SHIPIPENTS
AS INDICATED BY SHIPPING REGISTER
STATISTICAL DEPARTMENT

SEASON 1934-35

FINAL REPORT


ORANGES GRFRUIT TANGS TE. PLFS TOTALS


1,297,177-2


220,804- 142,061- 12,297 1,672,340


226,154 251,2421 36,913| 1,645


325,352 547,355k 45,236


515,955


610, 918,554


513,662 527,034 55,038 3,796 1,099,530

737,732 577,911 186,296- 16,569 1,518,509


Internat'l Sub-Ex. 254,364


126,796


GRAND TOTALS 3,354,441- 2,251,143-

TOTALS FOR
SEASON 1933-34
3,095,412L 1,730,235


22,551-

488,097


403,711-


34,918 6,128,600


449,1231 63,705- 5,338,476-


259,029 520,908- 38,973-1


790,123-2


28,7872


CARLOT SUMMARY BY
1934-35


VARI TIES


VARIETY


Oranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines
Temples

TOTALS

1933-34

INCREASE


PACKED

6,751
4,400
1,060
66

12,277


*TRUCK AND
BULK TE7" SALES


106
69
9
18

202


1,640
511
140
3

2,294


CANNERY TOTAL


20
700
0
0

720


8,517
5,680
1,209
87

15,493

13,790

1,703


* Bulk


FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
TONNAGE BY VARIETIES FOR 5 SEASONS


1934-35 1933-34


1932-33 1931-32 1930-31


Early & Mid-Season
Valencias
Common Grapefruit
hMarshseedless Gft.
Tangerines
Temples


Orgs 2,225,5302-
1,128,911
1,538,0541
713,089
488,097
34,918


1,883,764
1,211,648+
1,261,1i1l
469,094
449,123-
63,705


6,736,416 7,181,305 10,274,883


DISTRICT


PERCT

27.2

8.4

15.0

18.0

24.8

6.6

100.0


INCREASE

DECREASE


VARIETY


2,231,440
1,440,661
1,781,794
670,348
550,709
61,464


2,383,066
1,142,892
2,286,384
590,570
709,850
68,543


3,130,140
2,067,302
3,372,026
936,074
719,315
50,026


6,128,600 5,338,4761


TOTALS



















FLOIIDA CITRUS :,C..!?.GE
COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF STIIPIMITTS
BY DISTRICTS FOR SEASONS 1934-35 & 1933-34


1934-35

1,672,340-O


1933-34

1,593,937i-


515,955 1,619,376

918,554 1,183,139


Chase


International


T OTALS


1,099,530

1,518,509



403,711-

6,128,600


348,2335-

0

253,150.7

340,640

5,338,476.j


751,296

1,518,509



_. -S5-J 7-1


253,150-"


1,621,156- 2,411,280


IlIC,'-.L3j 790,123:. BOXES



COMPARATIVE STATEMENT BY VARIETIES


VARIETY


Oranges

Grapefruit

Tangerine s


Temples


TOTALS


1934-35

3,354,441-

2,251,143--

488,097

34,918

6,128,600


1933-34

3,095,412--

1,730,235

449,1232

63,705-

5,338,476S


LOSS


GAIN

259,029

520,908-

38,973-


28,787~-

28,787j- 818,911

INCREASE 790,12312 BOXES


* Included in District /f2 Season 1933-34.

















(3)


DISTRICT


LOSS


GAI


78,403


1,103,421


264,585





XCLHANGE SHIP IZdTJ IN CARLOTS
BY MONTES E~S.''r 1934-35


MONTHS

September

October

November

December

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

Undistributed

TOTALS

1933-34

INCRE.. SE

DECR1AS3E


ORANGES

1

274

943

879

1,018

1,192

1,073

1,240

837

538

100

93

8,188

7,650

538


GRFRUIT

124

434

555

407

418

543

674

862

689

470

85

162

5,423

4,058

1,365


TATGFTI: -3

0

3

334

302

283

101

44

17

0

0

1

0

1,085

983

102


FLORIDA STATE SHIFPINTS IlT CARLOTS
BY MONTHS S.ASOK 1934-35


MONTH

September

October

November

December

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

TOTALS

1933-34

INCREASE

DECREASE


ORANGE S

2

1,205

3,912

3,866

3,166

3,339

3,418

2,694

2,111

1,020

167

8

24,908

27,359



2,451


GRFRUIT

624

1,789

1,943

1,619

1,755

1,564

2,128

2,856

1,878

886

157



17,203

14,937

2,266


Tli GE

0

2

783

852

635

271

60

0

0

0

0

0

2,603

2,897


294


MIXED

0

13

147

165

129

112

83

72

45

31

0

0

797

1,099


TOTALS

125

724

1,979

1,753

1,848

1,948

1,874

2,191

1,571

1,039

186

255

15,493

13,790

1,703


MIXED

.2

175

891

1,626

1,000

930

817

541

230

114

10

0

6,336

7,946



1,610


TOTALS

628

3,171

7,529

7,963

6,556

6,104

6,423

6,091

4,219

2,020

334

12

51,050

53,139



2,089









AVERAGES AT TAMPA OFFICE ON PACKED FRUIT
SEASONS 1909-10 TO 1954-35


SEASONS

1909-10

1910-11

1911-12

1912-15

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

1950-31

1951-52

1952-55

1955-54

1934-35


ORANGES

$1.15

1.51

1.95

1.97

1.69

1.47

1.99

1.94

5.92

3.69

4.20

2.57

5.77

2.96

1.86

3.51

3.58

2.78

4.59

1.99

5.22

2.55

2.38

1.55

1.95

1.88


* Tangerine averages are for whole straps, or
standard box basis.


GRAPEFRUIT

$2.38

1.95

5.58

2.01

2.09

1.52

1.89

2.07

2.72

5.18

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

1.51


TANGERINES*

$1.81

2.60

1.95

1.92

2.51

1.66,

2.07

2.82

4.39

4.79

5.49

4.96

5.57

4.39

4.51

4.45

4.85

5.50

5.28

2.91

5.58

1.98

1.82

1.52

1.71

1.65


TOTAL

$1.34

1.65

2.21

1.96

1.85

1.42

1.96

2.01

5.46

5.52

3.37

2.65

3.17

2.62

1.82

2.74

5.56

2.58

5.90

2.09

5.15

2.01

2.01

1.45

1.83

1.67








FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE STATEMENT OF DECAY
EXPRESSED IN PERCENTAGES


DISTRICT ORANG

#1 0.11

#2 0.15

#5 0.50

#4 0.12

#5* 0.26

Chase*-,

International--
--0.02


ES GRFRUIT

% 0.54%

0.42

0.18

0.15

0.29


TANGS

0.23%

0.17

0.15

0.24

0.08


TEi :PLES

0.01%

0.18

0.00

0.00

0.04


0.37 0.07 0.00


1954-55
TOTAL

0.16%

0.27

0.22

0.14

0.24

**


1953-34
TOTAL INCREASE

0.26P

0.22 0.05

0.26

0.51



0.28


0.15 0.09 0.04


0.16 0.27 0.15 0.03


0.21 0.26 0.55 0.46


0.19 0.24


0.24


0.01


Decrease 0.05


0.18 0.43


* District #5 formed this season from houses in District #2 last season.

** Chase not shipping through Exchange.


DECREASE

0.10%



0.04

0.17



%*


Total


1935-54


Increase


0.05











FLOiIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
SHI;.iL.i iC BY E-EKS



Indicating Llixed Cars

WEEK
ENDING ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES NIXED TOTALS

Sept. 15 0 11 0 0 11
22 0 55 0 0 55
29 1 80 0 0 81
Oct. 6 4 125 U 0 129
15 5 96 0 1 100
20 31 56 0 1 88
27 111 96 1 5 215
Nov. 3 210 119 7 16 352
10 192 158 20 13 585
17 186 113 106 56 441
24 255 125 91 55 524
Dec. 1 248 119 145 39 551
8 199 142 111 47 499
15 284 116 80 70 550
22 196 55 26 20 295
29 126 50 50 15 219
Jan. 5 295 155 99 41 568
12 176 70 61 28 355
19 255 98 65 23 441
26 165 55 56 23 504
Feb. 2 290 119 35 35 479
9 500 107 26 55 468
16 296 118 21 26 461
23 287 171 21 19 498
Mar. 2 272 176 26 25 497
9 246 149 15 17 425
16 262 195 11 11 479
25 271 117 2 25 424
50 221 155 1 22 405
April 6 250 141 0 19 411
15 265 255 25 541
20 468 245 15 759
27 171 142 14 327
May 4 183 179 9 572
11 255 174 9 418
18 206 146 12 364
25 194 155 11 558
June 1 150 144 5 279
8 189 181 12 582
15 141 103 9 255
22 118 95 6 217
29 50 59 4 95
July 6 21 17 0 38
15 14 9 0 25
20 7 4 0 11
27 4 8 0 12
Undistributed 164 259 31 0 454

TOTAL 8 188 5,423 1,085 797 15,493













FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
SHIPMENTS BY .LLi:
SEASON 1934-35


Including Proportion From
Mixed Cars


WEEK
ENDING ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES TOTALS

Sept. 15 0 11 11
22 0 33 55
29 1 80 81
Oct. 6 4 125 129
15 4 96 100
20 32 56 0 88
27 114 98 1 213
Nov. 3 220 125 7 552
10 200 163 20 585
17 204 125 112 441
24 280 139 105 524
Dec. 1 268 126 157 551
8 219 157 123 499
15 516 158 96 550
22 206 60 29 295
29 155 55 33 219
Jan. 5 514 142 112 568
12 188 78 69 535
19 266 103 72 441
26 179 66 59 504
Feb. 2 510 150 59 479
9 319 117 52 468
16 512 124 25 461
23 297 175 26 498
Mar. 2 282 185 50 497
9 255 155 15 425
16 268 199 12 479
25 286 126 5 415
50 235 165 1 599
Apr. 6 261 149 0 410
15 277 262 559
20 476 250 726
27 179 148 327
May 4 188 183 571
11 240 178 418
18 214 150 364
25 201 157 558
June 1 152 147 279
8 195 187 382
15 146 107 255
22 121 96 217
29 52 41 95
July 6 21 17 58
13 14 9 23
20 7 4 11
27 4 8 12
Undistributed 164 259 51 434

TOTAL 8,604 5,680 1209 15,495








FLORIDA ORANGES
:EIILY SHIPMENTS


(Including Proportion From Mixed Cars)
RAIL & BOAT ONLY

WEEK SEASON SEASON SEASON SEASON SEASON SEASON SEASON
ENDING 1954-55 1933-34 1952-55 1951-52 1950-51 1929-50 1928-29

Sept. 15 0 5 0
22 0 1 5 0 5
29 4 4 0 0 8 6 52
Oct. 6 12 26 1 1 59 22 197
15 15 41 1 15 395 65 252
20 104 60 8 1355 855 115 187
27 642 75 44 254 1,008 219 750
Nov. 5 992 299 75 256 1,140 505 1,216
10 857 547 118 659 1,125 528 1,156
17 956 756 788 1,005 1,065 827 756
24 1,248 849 644 645 871 940 567
Dec. I 1OW5 797 550 819 1,520 1,088, 1,540
8 849 1,295 1,678 1,445 1,910 1,765 2,163
15 1,676 1,728 1,660 1,717 1,189 1,214 717
22 1,115 1,021 714 465 620 419 414
29 594 662 775 686 1,599 1,155 1,551
Jan. 5 1,128 1,088 751 1,285 1,055 1,195 1,175
12 695 1,488 1,079 869 1,122 1,021 1,157
19 827 1,508 1,126 826 1,517 1,042 1,240
26 698 1,519 1,187 980 1,693 911 1,218
Feb. 2 917 1,112 948 1,085 1,687 849 1,184
9 985 1,311. 774 1,155 1,529 1,012 1,270
16 1,006 1,372 1,161 1,108 1,564 1,184 1,534
25 897 1,1553 1,24 854 1,526 1,285 1,018
Mar. 2 907 878 1,061 856 1,222 885 1,099
9 871 1,414 708 827 1,245 819 1,171
16 869 1,488 1,005 ,724 1,307 741 1,167
25 925 1,574 1,522 724 1,296 586 1,224
30 817 1,232 1,159 734 805 579 1,190
Apr. 6 795 1,051 904 695 816 590 1,078
15 866 921 780 660 906 91 820
20 759 898 861 648 963 26 1,448
27 545 1,094 977 601 1,291 12 1,217
May 4 455 950 965 474 1,058 7 878
11 595 674 1,014 596 748 0 909
18 603 576 885 527 800 0 885
25 452 511 720 556 650 4 757
June 1 578 271 759 191 418 2 595
8 442 121 860 111 334 0 599
15 265 35 577 71 216 0 0
22 191 S0 476 19 75 0 0
29 89 10 257 _0 15 :1 0
July 6 62 0 207 0 7 0 0
15 71 0 123 0 1 0 0
20 25 0 25 0 0 0 0
27 14 0 3 0 0 0 0
Aug. 5 9 0 9 0 0 0 0
10 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
17 0 0
24 2

TOTALS 28,217 1 574 50,948 24 806 38,892 21,289 55.276









FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT
WEEKLY SHIPIENTS


(Including Proportion From Mixed Cars)


RAIL & BOAT ONLY


SEASON
1955-54


SEASON
192-355


Sept. 1
8
15
22
29
Oct. 6
15
20
27
Nov. 3
10
17
24
Dec. 1
8
15
22
29
Jan. 5
12
19
26
Feb. 2
9
16
25
Mar. 2
9
16
25
30
Apr. 6
13
20
27
May 4
11
18
25
June 1
8
15
22
29
July 6
13
20
27
Aug. 5
10
17
24
31

TOTALS


SEASON
1951-52


WEEK
ENDING


1930-31


1954-55

0
10
44
142
370
475
447
312
405
585
5146
460
524
454
565
591
451
519
469
446
468
42,0
481
405
336
4085
647
594
548
454
539
644
959
758
611
496
430
455
416
454
554
224
162
39
44
45
45
24
5.
2
0
0
0


SEASON
1929-50


23
69
79 0
164 34
545 51
286 50
237 155
596 253
561 570
612 340
427 267
585 409
552 448
355 480
608 451
650 535
360 479
294 597
452 582
552 555
520 640
605 587
659 556
577 551
557 549
578 747
607 755
592 532
625 724
562 862
560 689
558 548
520 716
478 669
514 615
417 559
242 559
219 618
130 663
115 559
50 446
29 297
19 357
6 215
0 155
0 159
0 84
0 54
36
56
45
57
19


SEASON
1928-29


0
66
125
227
470
731
559
334
625
681
710
648
505
542
552
528
749
682
726
027
541
046
705
700
850
598
564
684
692
709
799
613
550
555
445
211
134
85
57
51
3
0
0
0
0
0


19,251 17,434 1.0904 20241 530441 16,252 24,561


(10)


55
190
318
375
206
543
511.
575
656
765
595
566
584
899
811
470
584
860
769
759
954
1,109
1,045
1,012
1,127
904
1,055
1,517
1,132
1,032
1,175
1,155
850
1,060
995
1,094
842
415
494
408
209
116
50
20
24
12
0
0


55
86
161
228
581
504
581
396
583
550
564
511
518
517
651
415
186
492
651
568
601
654
527
661
696
726
579
742
775
598
854
654
144
55
27
22
9
8
2
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0


0
1
21
59
145
405
742
675
410
441
553
585
956
745
544
424
405
736
692
748
765
920
799
055
344
719
700
964
844
818
357
929
802
897
803
752
318
578
358
156
108
0
0
0
0
0
0
0












FLOiIDA TANGERINES
WEEKLYY SHIPMENTS


(Including Proportion From Mixed Cars)

RAIL & BOAT ONLY
EEK SESO SEASON SEASON SEASON SEASON SEASON SEASON
ENDING 1954-35 1955-54 1952-35 1951-52 1950-51 1929-50 1920-29

Oct. 6 2 3
13 5 6
20 0 10 5
27 1 1 0 0 0 21 6
Nov. 5 10 21 16 18 66 44 36
10 60 101 50 75 154 81 47
17 277 210 105 240 549 99 202
24 276 218 170 280 190 104 240
Dec. 1 592 505 272 261 409 141 158
8 374 440 500 315 476 285 247
15 345 434 396 450 529 176 369
22 152 313 235 105 162 70 200
29 151 241 264 507 445 157 246
Jan. 5 525 343 525 525 544 145 255
12 190 271 248 246 289 110 241
19 215 226 250 279 210 98 171
26 140 275 257 274 327 95 154
Feb. 2 150 237 295 259 554 28 137
9 115 131 240 217 501 22 177
16 82 94 249 188 215 18 141
25 127 91 200 119 172 22 135
Mar. 2 104 47 177 55 101 6 79
9 52 57 125 17 71 8 65
16 31 17 155 55 55 0 47
23 0 16 109 16 50 6 20
50 1 5 61 1 5 2 7
Apr. 6 0 1 42 0 0 2 5
13 0 12 1 0
20 2 0
27 5
May 4 1

TOTALS 52 3 4515 4 206 52 1772 344


(11)









SHIPMENTS BY WEEKS SEASON 1934-35 WITH
PERCENTAGE OF EACH 14EEKS MOVEMENT TO TOTAL

FLORIDA ORANGES
(IN BOXES)


WEEK ENDING

SEPT. 22-34
29
OCT. 6
13
20
27
NOV. 3
10
17
24
DEC. 1
8
15
22
29
JAN. 5-35
12
19
26
FEB. 2
9
16
23
MAR. 2
9
16
23
30
APR. 6
13
20
27
MAY 4
11
18
25
JUNE 1
8
15
22
29
JULY 6
13
20
31


RAIL


374
3,604
2,812
24,783
151,116
163,380
143,320
199,916
231,025
164,851
123,868
435,818
297,962
150,035
256,711
124,151
137,604
132,422
161,963
178,638
165,845
168,588
174,854
177,459
136,047
156,693
143,801
124,672
127,531
110,065
74,324
69,521
84,397
89,597
55,412
46,589
42,641
29,693
19,104
4,984
8,721
3,322
4,568
415


BOAT EXPRESS


400
1,200
13,600
83,200
210,000
174,800
176,000
247,600
254,400
208,400
186,400
76,800
80,800
191,200
146,400
170,800
134,000
183,200
189,200
210,400
171,600
167,600
163,600
183,200
193,600
183,600
161,600
198,800
181,200
138,400
106,800
148,400
149,200
119,200
106,000
123,200
76,400
58,000
30,800
22,400
14,000
4,800
5,600


400
1,200
2,000
4,000
10,400
68,800
8,800
9,200
10,400
13,600
14,000
18,800
17,600
19,200
19,200
16,400
18,400
16,400
18,400
13,600
10,800
11,600
9,600
8,000
4,800
3,600
2,000
1,200
800
800
400
-
-
-


TRUCK


% SEASONS
TOTAL SHIPMENTS


365 365
2,385 2,759
9,215 13,219
16,483 20,495
28,550 66,933
54,386 288,702
70,368 443,748
84,752 402,872
96,483 472,799
116,335 596,160
95,553 516,804
126,836 463,104
190,323 822,931
335,513 779,075
58,000 297,635
46,366 503,477
62,699 343,650
87,181 409,185
89,634 370,056
89,222 453,185
92,570 478,008
91,589 487,034
96,173 455,561
89,143 447,997
99,060 458,519
87,459 423,106
88,597 457,290
73,851 414,852
62,029 359,101
53,016 390,947
44,276 345,141
32,633 253,357
28,154 209,274
26,873 263,270
62,705 303,502
45,782 221,594
39,943 193,332
43,394 210,035
27,731 134,224
20,078 97,182
9,318 45,102
8,104 39,225
4,511 21,833
2,439 11,807
1,566 7,581


5,103,185 5,646,800


Per Cent of Total


36.4%


40.4%


354,400 2,891,643 13,996,028


2.5%


20.7%


Rail Shipments 388 Boxes Per Car Balance 400 Boxes


(12)


-

.1
.1
.5
2.1
3.2
2.9
3.4
4.2
3.7
3.3
5.9
5.6
2.1
3.6
2.4
2.9
2.6
3.2
3.4
3.5
3.2
3.2
3.3
3.0
3.2
3.0
2.5
2.8
2.6
1.8
1.5
1.9
2.2
1.6
1.4
1.5
.9
.7
.3
.3
.2
.1
.1


TOTAL


100.0%










SHIRIENTS BY WEEKS SEASON 1934-35 WITH
PERCENTAGE OF EACH 'EE=:S MOVEMENT TO TOTAL

FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT
(IN BOXES)


WEEK ENDING

SEPT. 8-34
15
22
29
OCT. 6
13
20
27
NOV. 3
10
17
24
DEC. 1
8
15
22
29
JAN. 5-35
12
19
26
FEB. 2
9
16
23
MAR. 2
9
16
23
30
APR. 6
13
20
27
1MAY 4
11
18
25
JUNE 1
8
15
22
29
JULY 6
13
20
31


RAIL


3,219
16,236
48,807
112,741
107,083
99,755
57,745
79,761
117,100
96,383
90,800
108,833
67,651
88,144
.110,157
94,968
62,853
98,735
77,445
74,768
86,346
100,207
64,713
55,666
80,280
122,945
111,160
100,521
86,614
102,154
143,3 73
197,556
177,.920
132,860
88,480
76,435
100,254
72,431
80,436
48,732
40,415
41,530
20,350
4,984
6,230
9,967
2,077


BOAT EXPRESS TRUCK


% SEASONS
TOTAL SHIPI1ENTS


-

2,800
24,000
72,400
69,200
62,800
68,800
101,600
110,000
86,000
94,800
117,600
130,800
108,800
41,600
55,600
92,000
90,800
102,000
78,000
80,800
81,600
89,600
106,400
118,800
113,200
110,800
80,400
104,800
100,400
165,600
125,200
98,400
104,800
86,400
81,200
93,600
106,400
90,000
50,400
24,800
15,600
13,200
12,000
8,400
9,200


6,838
7,250
7,250
21,848
25,316
23,329
26,959
30,677
33,287
37,990
400 36,693
800 36,901
800 29,132
2,400 39,566
7,200 35,616
42,000 24,282
4,400 10,594
3,600 17,762
6,800 28,289
6,800 27,289
10,800 25,633
10,400 23,760
8,400 27,209
7,200 26,230
7,600 30,679
14,000 31,609
12,800 30,641
11,600 33,162
11,200 36,560
7,600 36,358
8,800 31,115
8,000 35,919
8,400 32,778
5,600 25,319
4,000 22,064
2,800 22,924
1,200 26,960
800 24,624
1,200 27,754
800 20,595
13,404
9,790
5,306
2,684
2,691
2,711
1,664


3,767,820 3,581,600


Per Cent of Total


43.4%


41.2%


218,400 1,117,011 8,684,831


2.5%


12.9%


Rail Shipments 386 Boxes Per Car Balance 400 Boxes


(13)


TOTAL


100.0%


10,057
23,486
58,857
158,589
204,799
192,284
147,504
179,238
251,987
244,373
213,893
241,334
215,183
260,910
261,773
202,850
133,447
212,097
203,334
210,857
200,779
215,167
181,922
178,696
224,959
287,354
267,801
256,083
214,774
250,912
283,688
407,075
344,298
262,179
219,344
188,559
209,614
191,455
215,790
160,127
104,219
76,120
41,256
20,868
20,921
21,078
12,941


.1
.3
.7
1.8
2.3
2.2
1.7
2.1
2.9
2.8
2.5
2.8
2.5
3.0
3.1
2.3
1.5
2.4
2.3
2.4
2.3
2.5
2.1
2.1
2.6
3.3
3.1
2.9
2.5
2.9
3.3
4.7
4.0
3.1
2.5
2.2
2.4
2.2
2.5
1.8
1.2
.9
.5
.2
.2
.2
.1
















SHIPMENTS BY WEEKS SEASON 1934-35 WITH
PERCENTAGE OF EACH WEEKS S IOVEI-ENT TO TOTAL

FLORIDA TANGERINES
(IN BOXES)


7WEEK ENDING


RAIL


BOAT EXPRESS TRUCK


% SEASONS
TOTAL SHIPMENTS


OCT. 27-34
NOV. 3
10
17
24
DEC. 1
8
15
22
29
JAN. 5-35
12
19
26
FEB. 2
9
16
23
MAR. 2
9


1,052
5,733
51,440
50,684
69,206
68,729
83,453
30,073
41,766
86,645
45,110
44,940
19,360
27,188
21,312
14,972
22,880
18,734
9,131


3,200
17,600
60,000
54,000
87,600
76,400
49,200
9,600
17,600
33,200
26,000
30,000
31,600
30,800
15,600
13,200
16,800
15,200
6,400


400
1,600
2,400
5,200
21,200
3,200
6,000
6,800
8,400
3,200
4,000
5,600
5,200
9,600
6,400
4,400


85
1,012
4,571
16,977
19,480
22,570
32,780
39,155
28,408
8,192
10,400
10,819
11,525
10,194
8,624
9,289
8,677
6,548
5,809
5,013


85
5,264
27,904
128,417
124,564
180,976
180,309
177,008
89,281
70,758
136,245
88,729
94,865
64,354
70,612
51,801
42,049
55,828
46,143
24,944


,0
.3
1.7
7.6
7.4
10.8
10.7
10.5
5.3
4,2
8.1
5.3
5.6
3.8
4.2
3.1
2.5
3.3
2.8
1.5


16 4,844 4,000 3,200 3,225 15,269 .9
23 1,575 800 800 2,111 5,286 .3
30 800 972 1,772 .1
APR. 6 447 447 .0
13 328 328 .0
20 -- 158 158 .0


27
MAY 4


TOTAL


Per Cent of Total


718,827 599,600 97,600 267,706 1,683,733


42.7%


35.6%


5.8%


15.9%


Rail Shipments 391 Boxes Per Car Balance 400 Boxes


(14)


158
88
51
40


158
88
51
40


.0
.O0
.0
.0



loo00.









TOTAL SEASONS' SHIPMENTS
WITH AMOUNTS MOVING BY DIFFERENT CARRIERS

FIVE SEASONS

FLORIDA ORANGES, GRAPEFRUIT AND TANGERINES
(IN BO.ES)


1934-35
SHIPMENTS %


1933-34
SHIPMENTS %


1932-33
SHIPMENTS %


1931-32
SHIPMENTS %


1930-31
SHIPMENTS %


Oranges
Grapefruit
Danger ine


EOAT


Oranges
-3rapefruit
Tangerines


IRUCK

)ranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines


EXPRESSS

Oranges
Grapefruit
T angerines


5646800
3581600
599600
9828000


2891643
1117011
267706
4276360


354400
218400
97600
670400


40.4
41.2
35.6
40.3


20.7
12.9
15.9
17.6


5333760
2287800
520200
8141760


2328120
686880
244080
3259080


36.4
30.5
28.7
34.0


15.9
9.1
13.5
13.6


2373120
1616760
207000
4196880


1855800
743400
153000
2752200


114840 .8 66960
66960 .9 33120
32760 1.8 17640
214560 .9 117720


TOTAL


Oranges
Grapefruit
"anigerines


Oranges
Grapefruit


13996028 300.0
8684831 100.0
1683733 100.0
24364592 3]D.0


177937
5603996
5781933


AjTERAGE BOXES PER CAR
lail 387
Doat 400
Truck 400
Express 400
Combined 395


14651114
7518657
1811319
23981090


55848
2369058
2424906


414
360
360
360
386


FAIL


5103185
3767820
718827
9589832


36.4
43.4
42.7
39.4


6874394
4477017
1014279
12365690


46.9
59.5
56.0
51.5


9168605
5518825
1371805
16059235


68.1
69,8
78.4
69.4


8924736
6870720
1572864
17368320


82.4
81.4
88.1
82.4


13577330
10664070
1701047
25942447


86.3
87.6
88.8
86.9


17.6
20.4
11.8
18.2


13.8
9.4
8.8
11.9


.5
.4
1.0
.5


601200
882000
42480
1525680


1224000
648000
144000
2016000


84240
45360
26640
156240


5.5
10.4
2,4
7.2


11.3
7.7
8.0
9.6


.8
.5
1.5
.8


430920
469080
15408
915408


1530360
926640
156960
2613960


198000
118800
43200
360000


00.0

10.0
300.O


13464485
7912105
1749445
23126035


10.00
100.0
100.0
1C0.0


10834176
8446080
1785984
21066240


300.0

10.0
ICO. 0


15736610
12178590
1916615
29831815


1CO.O
10.0
10.0
10D0.0


35000
932864
967864


40000
2607672
2647672


367
360
360
360
365


61320
2892705
2954025


392
360
360
360
384


(15)


(,ANNEERY













FLORIDA CITRUS RAIL SHIPMENTS BY COUNTIES
AS REPORTED BY STATE MARKETING BUREAU
SEASON 1934-35




COUNTY ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES MIXED TOTAL

Alachua 51 2 1 5 59
Brevard 222 130 2 67 421
Broward 1 0 1 0 2
Citrus 1 0 0 0 1
Dade 12 194 0 0 206
DeSote 321 22 17 118 478
Escambia 42 0 0 0 42
Hardee 214 7 14 31 266
Hernando 27 3 5 0 35
Highlands 373 332 60 155 920
Hillsboro 457 280 19 215 971
Indian River 17 87 0 21 125
Jackson 109 0 0 0 109
Lake 1,167 737 79 551 2,534
Lee 139 276 0 48 463
Manatee 93 580 1 74 748
Marion 202 14 7 39 262
Orange 2,726 591 354 714 4,385
Osceola 48 17 30 23 118
Pasco 119 155 14 93 381
Pinellas 298 1,050 15 236 1,599
Polk 3,624 3,541 380 2,088 9,633
Putnam 53 3 19 23 98
Sarasota 0 6 0 0 6
Seminole 945 222 64 68 1,299
St. Johns 7 0 0 0 7
St. Lucie 93 161 21 52 327
Sumter 1 2 0 0 3
Volusia 181 6 48 49 284
Boat Shipments 13,368 8,800 1,477 2 23,647
Pickup Cars 0 0 0 1,678 1,678

24,911 17,218 2,628 6,350 51,107







NOTE: Boat shipments by counties are unavailable.


(16)








TOTAL CITRUS CROP MOVEMENT
RAIL AND BOAT SHIPMENTS.
IN BOXES




FLORIDA


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
1934-35


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
20,088,232


* CALIFORNIA


840,560
957,600
1,067,040
1,333,800
1,541,280
1,691,760
12,255,680
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
7,404,474
20,931,372
18,303,054
17,508,414
21,525,042
7,908,978
18,216,198
16,483,698
22,319,682
13,662,726
23,546,292
22,007,370
22,036,938
23,113,860
26,409,306
21,677,964
33,878,922
21,161,448
30,805,236
28,927,436
27,280,176
26,486,460
29,557,374
Sept.


* Oranges only (Revised).

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


(17)


(As of
13, 1935.)








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


BOXES


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

1934-35


AMOUNT


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

20,088,232


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


(18)


$ 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

32,724,488.00






FLORIDA CANNED CITRUS PRODUCTION

FOR PAST SIX SEASONS

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


GRAPEFRUIT
JUICE

2,175,000

610,115

727,803

247,652

412,066

173,934


GRAPEFRUIT
HEARTS

3,685,000

2,184,577

2,182,597

907,323

2,712,489

1,316,738


ORANGE
JUICE

175,000

57,678

37,258

36,362

61,110

37,552


TOTAL
CASES

6,035,000

2,852,370

2,947,658

1,191,337

3,185,665

1,528,224


NO. FIELD
BOXES USED

5,781,933

2,424,906

2,644,115

966,533

2,954,056

1,676,437


* *



FLORIDA CANNED GRAPEFRUIT HEARTS
PRODUCTION FOR PAST FIFTEEN SEASONS

CONVERTED TO REPRESENT CASES OF 24 CANS NO. 2 SIZE


SEASON

* 1934-35

1933-34

1932-33

1931-32

1930-31

1929-30

1928-29

1927-28

1926-27

1925-26

1924-25

1923-24

1922-23

1921-22

1920-21


NUMBER CASES

3,685,000

2,184,577

2,182,597

907,323

2,712,489

1,316,738

957,000

600,000

700,000

400,000

350,000

200,000

150,000

3,000

2,000


vt Subject to correction.


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SEASON

* 1934-35

1933-34

1932-33

1931-32

1930-31

1929-30








FLORIDA STATE AUCTION SALES
BY AUCTION MARKETS
THREE SEASONS


ORANGES


New York
Philadelphia
Boston
Pittsburgh
Cleveland
Chicago
St. Louis
Cincinnati
Detroit
Baltimore

COMBINED


1934-355
CARS AVGT



8,243 $2.61
2,720 2.47
1,419 2.58
511 2,44
578 2.53
1,070 2.59
258 2.34
553 2.35
280 2.47
258 2.44

15,890 2.56


1933-34
CARS AVG



7,613 $2.75
2,632 2.62
1,436 2.69
515 2.54
526 2.63
894 2.67
266 2.46
495 2.47
267 2.69
142 2.88

14,786 2.70


1932-33
C.Al AVG



9,238 $2.43
2,868 2.45
1,419 2,53
579 2.35
553 2.40
921 2.55
273 2.30
614 2.30
256 2.46


16,721 2.44


GRAPEFRUIT


New York
Philadelphia
Boston
Pittsburgh
Cleveland
Chicago
St. Louis
Cincinnati
Detroit
Baltimore

COMBINED


4,893 2.04
1,326 1.81
898 1.93
389 1.94
403 2.09
721 2.19
200 2.05
444 1.92
350 2.10
135 1.86

9,759 2.00


3,948 2.41
1,129 2.25
696 2.40
310 2.38
388 2.39
684 2.55
221 2.37
370 2.29
298 2.51
41 2.42

8,085 2.39


5,138 2.05
1,266 1.95
892 2.06
429 2.02
433 2.21
738 2.29
228 1.96
409 2.01
330 2.31


9,863 2.06


* TANGERINES


New York
Philadelphia
Boston
Pittsburgh
Cleveland
Chicago
St. Louis
Cincinnati
Detroit
Baltimore

COMBINED


1,071 2.36
356 2.20
132 2.24
136 2.50
71 2.54
155 2.50
66 2.52
108 2,40
71 2.56
31 2.44

2,197 2.36


1,134 2.42
433 2.30
144 2.34
142 2.50
114 2.48
179 2.42
67 2.42
96 2.30
71 2.44
1 2.96

2,381 2.40


1,308 2.56
375 2.40
157 2.56
95 2.46
108 2.42
180 2.44
58 2.28
102 2.18
73 2.44


2,456 2.48


* Standard Box basis.

NOTE: All above averages are on delivered basis.


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SUMMARY OF THE
FLORIDA CITRUS SURVEY & CROP ESTIMATE
1934-35 SEASON

(From Report issued by Forrest C. Graves, State Coordinator, Oct. 5, 1934.)


Bearing Trees
20 yrs. & over
16 to 20 yrs.
11 to 15 yrs.
6 to 10 yrs.
5 years
4 years
totall Bearing

Thon-Bearing Trees
3 years
2 years
1 year
Less than 1 yr.
Soteal Non-Bearing


ORANGES


Early &
Midseason Lata


2145107
918001
1603941
1521242
326736
264145
6779172


313119
349444
326854
206907
1196324


457164
1007378
1867201
1686051
352197
188410
5558401


207545
315965
184128
130280
837918


GRAPEFRUIT


Early &
Total Midseason Late Total


2602271 888912
1925379 1070058
3471142 819190
3207293 404253
678933 106564
452555 108456
12337573 3397433


520664
665409
510982
337187
2034242


88777
53383
62347
31290
235797


144938 1033850
296067 1356125
521580 1340770
584938 989191
132598 2391.62
112891 221347
1793012 5190445


119302
67317
83540
50731
320890


208079
120700
145887
82021
556687


TAN
GER-
INES

168968
180060
533477
608862
59455
38073
1588895


19932
15291
6119
2916
44258


% Non-Bearing


15.0 13.1


14.2


6.5 15.2


TOTAL TREES


Bearing Acres
20 yrs. & over
16 to 20 yrs.
11 to 15 yrs.
6 to 10 yrs.
5 years
4 years
Total Bearing

Non-Bearing Acres
3 years
2 years
1 year
Less than 1 yr.
Tctal Non-Bearing


7975496 6396319 14371815 3633230 2113902 5747132 1633153 21752100


33698
14422
25197
23898
5133
4150
106498


4919
5490
5135
3250
18794


7182
15826
29333
26487
5533
2960
87321


3260
4964
2893
2045
13162


40880
30248
54530
50385
10666
7110
193819


8179
10454
8028
5295
31956


13965
16810
12869
6351
1674
1704
53373


1395
839
979
490
3703


2277
4651
8194
9189
2083
1773
28167


1874
1058
1312
795
5039


16242
21481
21063
15540
3757
3477
,81540


3269
1897
2291
1285
8742


2654
2829
8381
9565
934
598
24961


317
243
96
46
702


59776
54538
83974
75490
15357
11185
300320


11765
12594
10415
6626
41400


TC TAL ACRES


125292 100483 225775 57076 33206 90282


25663 341720


Est. Production 12234153 7579817 19813970 11109577 4759212 1586789 2582659 38265418


% Late Fruit


Est. Yield Per Tree # 1.5

Average No. Trees Per acre


lEst. Yield Per Acre

Total Properties

Av-. No. Trees
Per Property

Av,. No. Acres
'Per Property

B ]asis Total Trees


98 75


88 195


33201


655


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STATE
TOTAL
ALL

3805089
3471564
5345389
4805346
977550
711975
19116913


748675
801400
662988
422124
2635187


2.7


12.1


38%


30%.


2.3 2.8


1.6


1.8


143 176


63.65


101


112






TOTAL FLORIDA CITRUS PLANTINGS


Compiled by The Associated Citrus Growers & Shippers of Florida, Lakeland, Fla.

NOTE: Figures indicate the number of trees, both bearing & non-bearing, and were
taken from Report of Forrest C, Gzave, State Coordinator, issued Oct. 5, 1934.
The survey of citrus properties, fromT which these figures resulted, was made during
the late Summer months and early Fall of 1934.


COUNTY


Alachua
Brevard
Broward
Charlotte
Citrus
Collier
Dade
DeSoto
Flagler
Glades
Hardee
Hendry
Rernando
Highlands
Hillsboro
Indian River
Lake
Lee
Levy
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
Sarasota
Seminole
St. Lucie
St. Johns
Sumter
Volusia


Early &
Midseaso]
-TTrees)
59396
432653
25348
28730
44122
4349
14031
274518
10825
1043
347251
18556
47623
166218
507055
99748
855163
76577
1171
114492
577672
50648
1140527
133175
17631
134236
175613
1232679
219140
55741
332763
130216
15497
106187
525096


ORANGES


GRAPEFRUIT


Early &
Total Midseason Late


(Trees)


n Late
(Trees)
2235
219541
207203
10193
4663
5158
99666
109111
3116
804
153767
17777
25921
373536
400521
120849
486611
98305
-
122821
47794
1065
692349
57871
28133
172284
212933
2058281
40195
86338
77846
232282
2036
12861
212256


61631
652194
232551
38923
48785
9507
113697
383629
13941
1847
501018
36133
73550
539754
907576
220597
1341774
174882
1171
237313
625466
51713
1832876
191046
45761
306520
388546
3290960
259335
142079
410609
362498
17533
119048
737352


(Trees)
4102
137824
6631
9325
5605
11307
172149
76120
698
273
44296
10468
21056
190166
126654
143825
262126
120434
45
260589
42203
22638
151763
35786
6003
49273
312049
1151000
22813
27427
39861
91810
1046
5342
70622


Total Trees 7975496 6396319 14371815 3633230 2113902 5747132 1633153 2752100


Showing in percentages, the


FLORIDA CITRUS PLANTINGS
relative proportion of trees of various stages of maturity


Tree Ages
(Inclusive) M

20 yrs. & over
16 to 19 yrs.
11 to 15 yrs.
6 to 10 yrs.
4 to 5 yrs.
Bearing
Non-Bearing

Not Full Bearing
(10 yrs. & younger)


ORANGES
Early &


idseason
%
26.9
11.5
20.1
19.1
7.4
85.0
15.0
100%


Late
%
7.1
15.7
29.2
26.4
8.5
86.9
13.1
loo1


41.5 48.0


GRAPEFRUIT
Early &


TotalMidseason


18.1
13.4
24.1
22.3
7.9
85.8
14.2
T5oC/o


%
24.5
29.5
22.5
11.1
5.9
93.5
6.5
1oo00


Late
%
6.8
14.0
24.7
27.7
11.6
84.8
15.2
100%


44.4 23.5 54.5 34.9 46.0 42.0


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(Trees)
150
83402
5574
1798
48
100
2156
6905
192
10
6871
764
4639
117696
93248
232717
2.3i421
45475
-
62880
13167
589
77635
11148
15291
41639
206413
618754
4437
38777
15571
149669
175
2846
17745


TAN
GER
INES

10.3
11.0
32.7
37.3
6.0
97.3
2.7
1oo0


Total

18.0
23.8
23.3
17.2
8.0
90.3
9.7
-1-07-


TOTAL
ALL

17.5
15.9
24.6
22.1
7.8
87.9
12.1
1007


-rYP


Total
(Trees)
4252
221226
12205
11123
5653
11407
174305
83025
890
283
51167
11232
25695
307862
219902
376542
497547
165909
45
323369
55370
23227
229398
46934
21294
90912
518462
1769754
27250
66204
55432
241479
1221
8188
88367


TAN
GER
INES
(Trees)
7287
34051
6755
5394
4927
3
15170
41120
7246
74
49301
397
64052
54822
77181
28519
159816
5445
42
6058
47891
1574
208161
30172
6125
33277
37963
371279
43358
688
57982
57033
532
5345
164114


TOTAL

(Trees)
73170
907471
251511
55440
59365
20917
303172
507774
22077
2204
601486
47762
163297
902438
1204659
625658
1999137
346236
1258
566740
728727
76514
2270435
268152
73180
430709
944971
5431993
329943
208971
524023
661010
19286
132581
989833







CALIFORNIA CITRUS ACREAGE
REPORTED BY
CALIFORNIA CROP REPORTING SERVICE


1932
BEARING ACFAq7 NON-
VARIETY 1911 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 BEARING BEARING TOTAL

Grfruit -- 6486 7700 9138 10773 10954 12181 4791 16972

Lemons 28879 41475 41385 41036 41262 41679 41368 5228 46594

Oranges 102386 184494 187459 193292 197489 201616 205260 29106 234366

131265 232455 236544 243466 249524 254249 258809 39125 297934











PORTO RICO CITRUS ACREAGE


Porto Riqo has 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, according
bo Mr. A. S. Mason, Supervising Inspector at San Juan. Of this number, 45,000 are
young trees re-set since the hurricane, 190,000 are two to five years old,
525,000 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
.,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
Portlo Rico or Cuba, but are allowed to grow wild. A considerable volume of fruit,
1 however, is harvested from the wild trees but the quantity varies widely. The 1930
census gave orange trees in Porto Rico as 1,940,807 trees. This would be around
,0,000 acres.


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CITRUS CENSUS OF THE LOVER RIO GRANDE VALLEY
OF TEXAS AS OF APRIL 1, 1933 BY COUNTIES


COUNTY AND FRUIT NfBEK 0 C R:TWING CITRUS TREES OF AGE

0 1 2 3 4 5 TOTAL

HIDALGO:
Grapefruit 295199 670280 525606 490440 770828 1488332 4238685
Orange 64427 108555 63666 106363 218879 535663 1097553
Other Citrus 5877 4513 2569 14406 28774 70394 126533
Total 363503 783348 591841 611209 1018481 2094389 5462771

CAMERON:
Grapefruit 115365 367144 216043 209841 371799 725885 2006077
Orange 32297 48505 31524 53964 101120 356880 624290
Other Citrus 1337 2018 2037 13733 23291 61575 103991
Total 148999 417667 249604 277538 496210 1144340 2734358

WILLACY:
Grapefruit 18589 55606 18543 14576 11357 27089 145760
Orange 8567 16981 6040 3969 4994 14655 55206
Other Citrus 1082 1984 653 801 150 1975 6645
Total 28238 74571 25236 19346 16501 43719 207611

TOTAL ALL COUNTIES
Grapefruit 427153 1093030 760192 714857 1153984 2241306 6390522
Orange 105291 174041 101230 164296 324993 907198 1777049
Other Citrus 8296 8515 8259 28940 52215 133944 237169
Grand Total 540740 1275586 866681 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 March 31, 1933. Trees given under classification 1 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 BEARING NON-BEARING TOTAL

Oranges 2,492 4,771 7,263
Grapefruit 7,130 6,644 13,774
Totals 9,622 11,415 21,037




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

VARIETY BEARING NON-BEARING TOTAL

Satsuma Orgs. 4,500 2,000 6,500

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


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