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Title: Statistical bulletin
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 29-37 cm
Language: English
Creator: Florida Citrus Exchange
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Publisher: The Exchange
Place of Publication: <Tampa Fla.>
Creation Date: 1935
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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.
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FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE



STATISTICAL BULLETIN


SEASON 1935-36


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F 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

1935-36, together with other informa-

tion concerning the-Exchange and the

citrus industry.




SFLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE




Secretary


1213. (3.O3







INDEX TO STATISTICAL BULLETIN


PAGE


Officers and Directors Florida Citrus Exchange..,........................ 1

Exchange shipments by Districts and varieties season 1935-36.................. 2

Exchange carlot summary by varieties..... ......,..,................ 2

Exchange comparison of tonnage by varieties for five seasons, in boxessoo. 0... 2

Exchange comparative statement of shipments 1935-36 and 1934-35 by varieties... 3

Exchange District comparative shipments seasons 1935-36 and 1934-35,,,....... 3

Exchange carlot monthly shipments by varieties seasons 1934-35 and 1935-36..... 4

State carlot monthly shipments by varieties seasons 1934-35 and 1935-36,.o.,... 5

Exchange FOB averages each season since 1909, by varietics........... .... 6

Exchange statement of Decay by Districts season 1934-35 and 1935-36.,.......... 7

Exchange carlot shipments weekly by varieties, including proportion mixed cars. 8

Florida Oranges Carlot shipments weekly seven seasons, Rail and Boat...6..... 9

Florida Grapefruit ........* 10

Florida Tangerines ......... 11

Florida Oranges Rail, Boat and Truck shipments weekly, in boxes......*.,,,... 12

Florida Grapefruit i ...,......... 13

Florida Tangerines "... ...... 14

Florida All Citrus 15

Florida shipments, Org. Grft. & Tangs. by various carriers for four seasons,,., 16

Florida Rail shipments by counties season 1935-36............................ 17

Florida rail and boat and California oranges shipments each season since 1886., 18

Florida FOB gross returns on rail and boat shipments each season since 1909
Florida citrus cannery production seven aonsons. ..............**. **** 20

Florida auction sales and averages each auction market for three seasons,....*. 21

Florida citrus acreage and number trees planted of different ages.............. 22

Florida citrus tree plantings by counties............................ ...* 23

California citrus acreage table.......... ...... ..... ..... ........o.,. ...... 24

Arizona citrus acreage survey..~..........,..... .............. ***. .... 24

United States citrus acreage, all varieties ............. ... ......* ....... 24

Texas Citrus survey, trees and acreage........... .... ................. 25

Isle of Pines and Cuba citrus plantings.................................... 25

Alabama Citrus plantings.. ......... ......., ......... ..........., .. ,. ..* .... 25

Porto Rico citrus, acreage and comments .................................. 26

Florida auction sales by grades and markets, 1935-36,............. ......... 27


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OFFICERS, DIRECTORS AND HEADS
OF DEPARTMENTS FLORIDA CITRUS
EXCHANGE SEASON 1936-37


John S. Taylor
W. C. VanClief
A. W. Hurley
J. O. Carr
L. L. Lowry
C. C. Commander
Harold Crews
E. E. Patterson
Earl Lines
L. D. Aulls
S. LI Looney
0. M. Felix
Counts Johnson


President & Chairman of the Board
First Vice President
Second Vice President
Third Vice President
Fourth Vice President
General Manager
Assistant General Manager
Sales Manager
Advertising Manager
Traffic Manager
Treasurer-Comptroller
Secretary
Attorney


Largo
Winter Haven
Winter Garden
Fort Ogden
Tampa
Tampa
Tampa
Tampa
Tampa
Tampa
Tampa
Tampa
Tampa


SUB-EXCHANGE


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


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


Oak Hill
Fort Ogden
Winter Haven
Tampa
Tampa
Umatilla
Windermere
Tampa
Bradenton
Kissimmee
Largo
Lakeland
Lake Wales
Bartow
Winter Garden
Crescent City
Winter Haven


DIRECTOR


ADDRESS







FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE SHIPMENTS
AS INDICATED BY SHIPPING REGISTER
STATISTICAL DEPARTMENT

SEASON 1935-36

FINAL REPORT


'ORANGES GRFRUIT TANGS TEMPLES TOTALS PERCT

1,497,096 301,980 156,8571 20,382 1,976,3151 32.7


1,042,826W

269,3572


853,457 185,430 15,574


253,593 57,0182


2,097,2871


580,077


397,7006 579,3202 44,827 4,451 1,026,299


Internat'l Sub-Ex.


GRAND TOTALS


TOTALS FOR
SEASON 1934-35

INCREASE


264,183


86,603


3,471,1631 2,074,9531


3,354,441i 2,251,143


116,722


19,0541- 405

463,1872 40,920


488,097


370,245k

6,050,224


34,918 6,128,600


6,002


176,190 24,910i


CARLOT SUMMARY BY
1935-36


VARIETIES


RAIL & BOAT


*TRUCK AND
TREE SALES


CANNERY TOTAL


Oranges
(0:a pefruit
'Inngerines
.'1rmple s

TOTALS

1934-35

DECREASE


7,569
3,632
1,002
102

12,305


1,113
578
146
0

1,837


85
1,049
0
0


8,767
5,259
'1,148
102


1,134 15,276


15,493


217


v Bulk


FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
TONNAGE BY VARIETIES FOR 5 SEASONS


1935-36 1934-35 1933-34 1932-33 1931-32


aIrly & Mid-Season Orgs
Tcilencias
Common Grapefruit
lc rshseedless Gftb
TEngerines
TI mple s


2,049,133
1,422,225
1,271,825
802,934
463,1871
40,920


2,225,53021
1,128,911
1,538,054
713,089
488,097
34,918


1;883,764
1,211,6481
1,261,141
469,094
449,123A
63,705s


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


5,338,4762 6,736,416 7,181,305


DISTRICT

4(l


34.7

9.5

17.0


DECREASE


6.1

100.00


78,3767


VARIETYY


VARIETY


6,050,2242 6,128,600


TOTALS
















FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF SHIPMENTS
BY DISTRICTS FOR SEASONS 1935-36 & 1934-35


DISTRICT


International


TOTALS


1935-36

.1,976,315

2,097,287

580,077

1,026,299

370,245V

6,050,2241


1934-35


1,852,955

2,034,464

918,554

918,9151

403,711l

6,128,600


DECREASE 78,376i BOXES


COMPARATIVE STATEMENT BY


VARIETIES


VARIETY


Oranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines
Temples


1935-36

3,471,165
2,074,953-
463,187$
40,920


TOTALS


1934-35

3,354,441l
2,251,1435
488,097
34,918

6,128,600


DECREASE 78,3761 BOXES


LOSS


338,477


33,466

371,943


GAIN

123,360i

62,823-



107,3835



293,567-


LOSS


176,190
24,9101


201,100o


GAIN


116,722


6,002

122,724





FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
CARLOT SHIPMENTS BY MONTHS
INCLUDING PROPORTION OF MIXED CARS


VARIETY & MONTH


CARS BY RAIL
35-36 34-35


CARS BY BOAT
35-36 34-35


CARS BY TRUCK
35-36 34-35


TOTAL CARS
35-36 34-35


ORANGES:


September
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June
July

TOTALS

GRAPEFRUIT:

September
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June
July

TOTALS


TANGERINES:

October
November
December
January
February
IAarch
April


0
64
339
439
542
624
840
506
314
81
0


1
171
390
559
494
425
392
372
295
142
1


0
88
289
487
568
548
542
759
529
112
0


0
92
504
267
460
609
530
503
432
262
40


3
46
154
283
148
174
187
127
65
11
0


3
87
235
423
195
214
217
111
110
58
10


3
198
782
1209
1258
1346
1569
1392
908
204
0.


4
350
1129
1249
1149
1248
1139
986
837
462
51


3749 3242 3922 3699 1198 1663 8869 8604


52
153
219
94
189
273
417
342
94
13
0


98
257
253
188
242
201
265
398
307
150
17


28
146
174
208
233
265
311
295
119
7
0


24
162
260
198
150
225
291
303
279
184
17


60
194
216
186
191
225
244
191
105
15
0


51
132
165
127
122
124
161
142
124
53
10


140
493
609.
488
613
763
972
828
318
35
0


173
551
678
513
514
550
717
843
710
387
44


1846 2376 1786 2093 1627 1211 5259 5680


0
48
202
185
S90
10
0


0
129
155
133
42
13
1


2
60
191
152
.43
18
0


3
222
160
151
48
13
0


0
15
67
36
22
6
0


0
33
58
25
17
6
1


2
123
460
373
155
34
1-


3
384
373
309
107
32
1


535 472


467 597


146 140 1148 1209


;3(MBINED:

September
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June
July


2971 3014 15270 15493


TOTALS


52
217
606
735
916
987
1267
848
408
94
0


99
428
772
902
869
668
670
770
602
292
18


28
236
523
886
953
856
871
1055
648
119
0


24
257
986
625
761
882
834
806
711
446
57


63
240
385
536
375
421
437
318
170
26
0


54
219
433
608
342
355
384
254
234
111
20


143
693
1514
2157
2244
2264
2575
2221
1226
239
0


177
904
2191
2135
1972
1905
1888
1830
1547
849
95


6130 6090


6175 6389


TOTALS





STATE OF FLORIDA
SHIPMENTS BY MONTHS

ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES TOTALS

INCLUDING PROPORTION OF MIXED CARS


VARIETY & MONTH


CARS BY RAIL
35-36 34-35


CARS BY BOAT CARS BY TRUCK
35-36 34-35 55-36 34-35


TOTAL CARS
35-36 34-35


ORANGES:


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

TOTALS


GRAPEFRUIT:

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


0
196
1260
3017
2488
2969
3379
2139
1172
228
0
0

16848
0


207
767
591
839
1050
1334
1753
1421
610
60
0
0


3
831
1929
3070
1865
1928
1886
1281
794
286
45
2

13920


555
1012
976
1190
987
892
1240
1845
929
367
47
3


0
332
1616
1676
1844
1813
1690
2068
1510
309
0
0


0
481
2426
1579
1793
1926
1992
1723
1453
790
128
6


17
241
805
1486
777
910
978
665
343
56
0
0


11
376
1022
1837
848
932
945
484
480
251
41
0


17
769
3681
6179
5109
5692
6047
4872
3025
593
0
0


14
1688
5377
6486
4506
4786
4823
3488
2727
1327
214
8


12858 14297 6278 7227 35984 35444


90
700
1057
665
750
910
778
916
565
67
0
0


70
845
1225
945
1038
924
1184
1242
1043
577
114
1


95
308
342
294
303
356
387
303
166
23
0
0


117
305
381
292
282
285
371
327
286
122
24
0


392
1775
1990
.1798
2103
2600
2918
2640
1341
150
0
0


742
2162
2582
2427
2307
2101
2795
3414
2258
1066
185
4


6832 10043


6498 9208 2577 2792 17707 22043


TANGERINES:


October
November
December
January
February
March
April


1
171
1124
792
424
35
6


0
437
732
535
260
82
0


2
231
547
473
175
32
1


2
536
447
338
174
39
0


2
58
269
145
87
21
2


1
158
279
118
79
31
3


5
460
1940
1410
686
88
9


3
1131
1458
991
513
152
3


2553 '2046


207
964
2022
4980
4330
4727
5167
3566
1782
288
0
0


558
1843
3342
4992
3387
3080
3208
3126
1723
653
92
5


1461 1536 584 669 4598 4251


90
1034
2904
2888
3067
2898
2500
2985
2075
376
0
0


70
1328
4187'-
2971
3169
3024
3215
2965
2496
1367
242
7


112
551
1205
2049
1225
1353
1386
970
509
79
0
0


128
682
1561
2408
1248
1296
1347
814
766
373
65
0


409
2549
6131
9917
8622
8978
9053
7521
4366
743
0
0


756
3853
9090
10371
7804
7400
7770
6905
4985
2393
399
12


28033 26009 20817 25041 9439 10688 58289 61738


(5)


TOTALS


TOTALS


COMBINED:


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

TOTALS










AVERAGES AT TAMPA OFFICE ON PACKED FRUIT
SEASON 1909-10 TO 1935-36


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

1935-36


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

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

1.88

2.26'


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


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

1.66

1.31

1085


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

1.65

2.07


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

1,67

2.12
















FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE STATEMENT OF DECAY
EXPRESSED IN PERCENTAGES


DISTRICT

#1


#2


#3


#4


International


TOTAL


1934-35


INCREASE


DECREASE


ORANGES

0,14%


0.13


0.14


0.09


0.03


0.12


0.16





0.04


GRFRUIT

0.25%


0.24


0,18


0.04


0.02


0.16


0.27


TANGS

0.22%


0.42


0.66


0.05


0.09


0.32


0.15


0.17


TEMPLES

0.0A%


0.49


0.00


0.00


0.00


0.19


0.03


0.16


0.11


1935-36
TOTAL

0.16%


0*20


0.22


0.06


0.07


0.15


0.19


1934-35
TOTAL INCREASE DECREASE

0.17% 0.01%


0.25 0.05


0.22


0.14 0.?8


0.13 0.06


0.19 0.04


0.04















FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
SHIPMENTS BY WEEKS
SEASON 1935-36


Including Proportion From Mixed Cars


WEEK
ENDING

SEPT. 7
14
21
28
OCT. 5
12
19
26
NOV. 2
9
16
23
30
DEC. 7
14
21
28
JAN. 4
11
18
25
FEB. 1
8
15
22
29
MAR. 7
14
21
28
APR. 4
11
18
25
MAY 2
9
16
23
30
JUNE 6
13
20
27


ORANGES

0
0
1
2
3
9
19
70
135
120
190
241
196
303
369
345
.133
228
298
311
291
227
268
319
342
375
359
297
379
411
328
377
330
298
281
253
231
195
130
110
69
24
2

8 869
'SSSi


TANGERINES

0
0


0

0
1
1
2
18
57
44
100
126
115
83
120
72
89
90
46
54
36
40
21
15
S 5
7
5
0
1
0


,1',148


GRAPEFRUIT

1
19
64
49
42
121
133
113
118
111
138
179
153
179
139
103
48
66
133
163
156
135
166
163
212
205
214
216
220
236
219
215
180
173
164
100
83
65
34
19
12
0
0


TOTAL


5,259


TOTALS

1
19
65
51
45
130
152
184
254
S233
346
477
393
582
634
563
264
414
503
563
537
408
488
518
594
601
588
518
606
652
547
593
510
471
445
353
314
260
164
129
81
24
2

15,276
ill i











STATE OF FLORIDA


ORANGES

WEEKLY SHIPMENTS FOR EIGHT SEASONS
RAIL AND BOAT ONLY
(INCLUDING PROPORTION OF MIXED CARS)



35-36 34-35 33-34 32-33 31-32 30-31 29-30 28-29


W EK
N DING

l;eb. 21
28
iCo;. 5
12
19
26
q"'. 2
9
16
23
30
e(t0 7
14
21
28
ar. 4
11
18
25
etl. 1
8
15
22
29
-ir. 7
14
21
28
)r. 4
11
18
25
ly 2
9
16
23
30
wrp 6
13
20
27
l 4'-
11
18
25
Ig6 1
8

)TI LS


0
0
0
6
52
225
336
376
711
936
760
986
1478
1330
539
1054
1062
1038
900
847
974
1064
1268
1274
1054
992
1451
1252
1023
1164
922
849
913
751
589
586
392
305
183
56
8
0
0
0
0
0
0


0
4
12
15
104
642
992
837
956
1248
1025
849
1676
1113
594
1128
695
827
698
917
983
1006
897
907
871
869
925
817
793
866
759
543
455
593
603
452
378
442
265
191
89
62
71
23
14
9
0


1
4
26
41
60
73
299
547
736
849
797
1293
1728
1021
662
1088
1488
1308
1319
1112
1311
1372
1133
878
1414
1488
1374
1232
1051
921
898
1094
930
674
576
311
271
121
35
20
18
0
0
0
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
13


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
9
0
o3


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
0
6
22
65
115
219
305
528
827
940
108.%
1765
1214
419
1135
1195
1021
1042
911
849
1012
1184
1285
885
819
741
586
579
390
91
26
12
7
0
0
4
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0


29706 28215 31574 30948 24806 38892 21289 35276


0
5
52
197
252
187
750
1216
1136
736
567
1340
2163
717
414
1331
1175
1157
1240
1218
1184
1270
1334
1018
1099
1171
1167
1224
1190
1078
820
1448
1217
878
909
885
737
395
399
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0








STATE OF FLORIDA
GRAPEFRUIT

WEEKLY SHIPMENTS FOR EIGHT SEASONS
RAIL AND BOAT ONLY

(INCLUDING PROPORTION OF MIXED CARS)


WEBBK- .
ENDING

Sept, 7
14
21
28
Oct. 5
12
19
26
Nov. 2
9
16
23
30
Deo, 7
14
21
28
Jan, 4
11
18
25
Feb. 1
8
15
22
29
Ms.r. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May 2
9
16
23
30
June 6
13
20
27
July 4
11
18
25
Aug. 1
8
15
22
29


TOTALSS


35-36

19
60
140
71
108
370
396
363'
313
297
362
462
455
475
374
359
167
311
455
481
395
379
429
484
659
576
549
513
616
667
524
634
482
543
501
354
265
262
136
83
30
10
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0


15130 19249 17434 19904 20241 30441 16252 24561


(10)


34-35

10
44
142
370
473
447
312
405
585
546
460
524
454
563
591
451
319
469
446
468
420
481
403
386
485
647
594
548
454
539
644
959
758
611
496
430
453
416
454
354
224
162
89
44
45
45
24
5
0
0
0
0


33-34

92
79
164
343
286
237
396
561
612
427
583
552
339
608
650
360
294
432
532
520
685
S639
577
557
578
697
592
625
562
560
558
520
478
5.14
417
242
219
130
113
50
29
19
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0


32'33 31-32 30-31 29-30

0 0 53 33
0 0 190 86
34 0 318 161
51 66 375 228
50 125 286 381
153 227 .543 504
233 470 511 581
370 731 373 396
340 559 656 383
267 334 763 350
469 625 593 364
448 681 566 511
480 710 584 518
451 648 899 517
535 505 811 651
479 542 470 415
397 352 384 186
382 528 860 492
555 749 769 651
640 682 759 568
587 726 954 601
556 827 1109 634
351 541 1043 527
549 646 1012 661
747 705 1127 696
753 760 984 726
532 836 1053 579
724 598 1317 742
862 564 1132 775
689 684 1032 598
548 692 1173 854
716 709 1155 634
669 799 850 144
613 613 1060 35
539 530 995 27
559 533 1094 22
618 445 842 9
663 211 413 8
359 134 494 2
446 83 408 2
297 37 209 0
337 31 116 0
213 3 50 0
155 0 20 0
159 0 24 0
84 0 12 0
34 0 0 0
36 0 0 0
56 0 0 0
43 0 0 0
57 0 0 0
19 0 0 0


28-29

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
0
O'
0
0

0
0
0
0
0















STATE OF FLORIDA
TANGERINES

WEEKLY SHIPMENTS FOR EIGHT SEASONS
RAIL AND BOAT ONLY

(INCLUDING PROPORTION OF MIXED CARS)






35-36 34-35 33-34 32-33 31-32 30-31 29-30 28-29


54
163
177
357
449
451
294
436
265
321
269
146
199
156
137
54
26
15
24
3
9
0
0
0
0


0
0
1
10
60
277
276
392
374
345
152
151
325
198
213
140
150
113
82
127
104
52
31
8
1
0
0
0
0



0
0
1
21
101
210
218
303
440
434
318
241
348
271
226
275
237
181
94
91
47
37
17
16
3
1
0
0
0
0


WEEK
ENDING

Oct. 12
19
26
Nov. 2
9
16
23
30
Dec# 7
14
21
28
Jan. 4
11
18
25
Feb. 1
8
15
22
29
Mar. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May 2


TOTALS


0
0
0
16
30
105
170
272
300
396
235
264
323
248
230
257
293
240
249
200
177
125
153
109
61
42
12
2
5
1


4515


0
.0
0
0
18
73
240
280
261
315
430
195
387
323
246
279
274
239
217
188
119
53
17
35
16
1
0
0
0
9
J


0
0
0
0
66
154
549
190
409
476
329
162
445
344
289
210
327
334
301
213
172
101
71
53
38
5
0
0
0
0


2
5
10
21
44
81
99
104
141
285
176
78
157
143
110
98
95
28
22
18
22
6
8
8
6
2
2
1
0
0


3
6
5
6
36
47
202
240
158
247
369
200
246
253
241
171
154
187
177
141
135
79
63
47
20
7
3
0
0
0


4206 5238 1772 3443


(11)


4014 3582 4131
=I









FLORIDA ORANGE SHIPMENTS WEEKLY
*- IN BOXES

With Percentage of Each Week's Movement To Total

SEASON 1935-36


WEEK ENDING


Sept. 21
28
Oct. 5
12
19
26
Nov. 2
9
16
23
30
Dec. 7
14
21
28
Jan. 4
11
18
25
Feb. 1
8
*15
22
29
Mar. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May 2
9
16
23
30
June 6
13
20
27

TOTALS


PERCENT
OF TOTAL


RAIL


0
0
0
782
11,721
32,819
50,791
62,903
114,084
185,583
109,396
168,001
376,244
414,923
139,480
246,532
241,843
214,885
209,806
180,894
232,076
268,802
296,541
323,500
261,769
275,834
379,761
327,407
256,299
235,983
173,471
142,996
168,783
144,168
89,470
96,503
58,605
46,103
28,130
14,065
1,563

6,582,516



46.2%


BOAT


0
0
0
1,600
8,800
56,400
82,400
86,000
167,600
184,400
192,000
222,400
206,000
107,200
72,800
169,200
177,200
195,200
145,200
153,600
152,000
150,400
203,600
178,400
153,600
114,400
191,600
165,600
146,800
224,000
191,200
193,200
192,400
152,800
144,000
135,600
96,800
74,800
44,400
8,000
1,600

5,143,200



36.1%


TRUCK


2,000
3,600
5,600
10,800
20,400
30,000
.46,000
63,200
74,000
87,200
82,400
108,000
158,000
236,800
64,400
63,200
65,600
74,800
77,200
64,800
72,800
90,400
92,800
99,200
91,200
84,000
92,400
95,200
70,000
68,000
60,800
59,200
50,800
39,200
34,000
30,400
17,600
14,800
8,800
1,600
0

2,511,200


17.7%


TOTALS


2,000
3,600
5,600
13,182
40,921
119,219
179,191
212,103
355,684
457,183
383,796
498,401
740,244
758,923
276,680
478,932
484,643
484,885
432,206
399,294
456,876
509,602
592,941
601,100
506,569
474,234
663,761
588,207
473,099
527,983
425,471
395,396
411,983
336,168
267,470
262,503
173,005
135,703
81,330
23,665
3,163

14,236,9-6


% SEASON'S
SHIPMENTS


0
0
0
.1
.3
.8
1.3
1,5
2,5
3.2
2.7
3,5
5.2
5.3
1.9
3.4
3.4
3.4
3.0
2.8
3.2
3,6
4.2
4.2
3.6
3.3
4.7
4.1
3.3
3.7
3.0
2,8
2.9
2.4
1.9
1.8
1.2
1.0
16
.2
.0


100.%


*-BASE Rail 390.7 Boxes per car Boat & Truck 400 Boxes


S12)














FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT SHIPMENTS WEEKLY
*-IN BOXES

With Percentage of Each Week's Movement To Total

SEASON 1935-36


WEEK ENDING


Sept. 7
14
21
28
Oct. 5
12
19
26
Nov. 2
9
16
23
30
Dec. 7
14
21
28
Jan, 4
11
18
25
'Feb. 1
8
15
22
29
MIar. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May 2
9
16
23
30
June 6
13
20
27


.OT.ALS


PERCENT
OF TOTAL


RAIL

7,294
17,276
39,158
13,437
28,025
100,198
82,922
52,978
45,300
41,462
47,988
77,932
48,371
70,254
73,709
101,734
39,926
82,539
101,350
107,876
85,610
75,628
95,207
122,464
150;870
128,607
135,517
142,811
160,470
177,362
145,114
141,275
90,984
137,436
123,232
76,780
49,523
51,442
21,882
15,356
5,375
768
384

3,313,826


47.7%


BOAT

0
6,000
15,200
14,400
14,000
43,600
72,000
90,000
78,000
75,600
94,800
103,600
131,600
116,800
72,800
37,600
26,200
38,400
76,400
80,000
68,800
72,800
72,400
66,000
106,400
96;400
78,400
56,400
79,200
82,000
58,400
106,400
98,000
74,000
72,000
61,600
54,400
51,200
31,600
17,200
6,400
3,200
0


2,599,200


37.4%


TRUCK

0
3,600
16,400
16,000
14,400
34,400
30,800
27,200
26,000
25,600
32,000
38,800
32,800
35,200
31,600
34,000
11,200
16,000
22,400
32,800
32,800
27,200
30;400
33,200
36;800
38,000
38,400
36,400
31,600
34,400
32,800
31,600
27,200
26,000
23,200
21,200
18,400
12,800
10,400
4,800
1,600
400
0


1,030,800


14.9%


TOTALS

7,294
26,876
70,758
43,837
56,425
178,198
185,722
170,178
149,300
142,662
174,788
220,332
212,771
222,254
178,109
173,334
76,326
136,939
200,150
220,676
187,210
175,628
198,007
221,664
294;070
263,007
252,317
235,611
271,270
293,762
236,314
279,275
216,184
237,436
218,432
159,580
122,323
115,442
63,882
37,356
13,375
4,368
384

6,943,826


% SEASON'S
SHIPMENTS


.1
.4
1.0
.6
.8
2.6
2.7
2,5
2.2
2.0
2.5
3,2
3.1
3,2
2.6
2,5
1.1
2,0
2.9
3,2
2.7
2,5
2,8
3.2
4.2
3,8
3,6
3.4
3.9
4,2
3,4
4.0
3,1

35.1
2.3
1.8
1.7
.9
.5
.2
.1
.0


100%


':-BASE: Rail 383.9 boxes per car Boat and Truck 400 Boxes.
0].j)













FLORIDA TANGERINE SHIPMENTS WEEKLY
*-IN BOXES

With Percentage of Each Week's Movement To Total

SEASON 1935-36


WEEK ENDING


Oct. 26
Nov. 2
9
16
23
30
Dec. 7
14
21
28
Jan. 4
11
18
25
Feb. 1
8
15
22
29
lar. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4


TOTALS S


:: PERCENT
)F TOTAL


RAIL


0
406
406
4,877
33,325
30,074
72,339
115,824
152,806
87,375
126,797
65,024
80,874
63,805
30,480
50,800
47,955
40,640
15,850
6,096
3,658
4,877
406
2,845


1,037,539


55.9%


BOAT TRUCR


400 400
800 800
1,600 1,600
16,800 2,000
32,400 8,400
41,200 10,800
71,600 19,200
65,600 30,400
30,000 42,800
31,600 12,400
49,600 13,200
42,000 11,200
48,800 12,800
44,800 15,200
28,400 11,600
29,600 8,400
15,200 10,400
14,800 9,200
6,000 5,600
4,400 4,800
2,400 1,600
4,800 800
800 0
800 0


% SEASON'S
SHIPMENTS


800
2,006
3,606
23,677
S74,125
82,074
163,139
211,824
225,606
131,375
189,597
118,224
142,474
123,805
70,480
88,800
73,555
64,640
27,450
15,296
7,658
10,477
1,206
3,645


.0
.1
.2
1.3
4.0
4.4
8,8
11,4
12.1
7.1
10.2
6.4
7.6
6.7
3.8
4.8
4.0
3.5
1,5
.8
.4
.6

.2


584,400 233,600 1,855,539


31.5%


12.6%


100%


::.-BASE; Rail 406*4 boxes per car Boat and Truck 400 boxes.


(14)













FLORIDA SHIPMENTS WEEKLY ALL VARIETIES
IN BOXES

With Percentage of Each Week's Movement To Total

SEASON 1935-36


WEEK ENDING


Sept. 7
14
21
28
Oct. 5
12
19
26
Nov. 2
9
16
23
30
Dec. 7
14
21
28
Jan. 4
11
18
25
Feb. 1
8
15
22
29
Mar. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May 2
9
16
23
30
June 6
13
20
27


TOTALS


PERCENT
OF TOTAL


RAIL


7,294
17,276
39,158
13,457
28,025
100,980
94,643
85,797
96,497
104,771
166,949
296,840
187,841
310:594
565,777
669,463
266,781
455,868
408,217
403,635
359,221
287,002
378,083
439,221
488,051
467,957
403,382
422,303
545,108
505,175
404,258
377,258
264,455
280,432
292,015
220,948
138,993
147,945
80,487
61,459
33,505
14,833
1,947


10,933,881


47.5%


BOAT


0
6,000
15,200
14,400
14,000
45,200
80,800
146,800
161,200
163,200
279,200
320,400
364,800
410,800
344,400
174,800
129,600
257,200
295,600
324,000
258,800
254,800
254;000
231,600
324,800-
280,800
236,400
173,200
275,600
248,400
206,000
330,400
289,200
267,200
264,400
214,400
198,400
186,800
128,400
92,000
50,800
11,200
1,600


36.1%


TRUCK


0
3 600
18,400
19,600
20,000
45,200
51,200
57,600
72,800
90,400
108,000
134,400
126,000
162,400
220,000
313,600
88,000
92,400
99,200
120,400
125,200
103,600
111,600
134,000
138,800
142,800
134,400
122,000
124.800
129,600
102,800
99,600
88,000
85,200
74,000
60,400
52 ,400
43,200
28,000
19,600
10,400
2,000
0


3,775,600


16.41


TOTALS


7,294
26,876
72,758
47.,437
62,025
191,580
226,643
290,197
330,497
358,371
554,149
75 1,640
678,641
883,794
1,130,177
1,157,863
484; 381
80G5, 468
803.,017
848,055
743,221
645,402
743 683
804,821
951, 51
891,557
774,.182
717,503
945,508
833,175
713,058
807,258
641,655
632,832
650,415
495,748
389,793
377,945
236,887
173,,059

28,033
3,547


23,036,281


% SEASON'S
S'iTF i.. T3


.0
.1
.3
.2
.3
.8
10
1.3
1.4
1.6
2.4
3.3
2.9
3.8
4.9
5.0
2.1
3.5
3.5
3,7
3.3
2,8
3,2
3,5
4.1
3.9
3.4
3,1
4.1
3,,8
3.1
3.5
2,8
2,7
2,7
2,2
1.7
1.7
1.0
.8
.4
.1
.0


100%


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TOTAL SEASONStS SHIPMENTS
WITH AMOUNTS MOVING BY DIFFERENT CARRIERS
FOUR SEASONS
FLORIDA ORANGES, GRAPEFRUIT AND TANGERINES
(IN BOXES)


1935-36
SHIPMENTS PRCT


1934-35
SHIPMENTS PRCT


1933-34
SHIPMENTS PRCT


1932-33
SHIPMENTS PRCT


RAIL
Oranges 6,582,516
Grapefruit 3,313,826
Tangerines 1,037,539
Total 10,933,881


EOAT
Granges
Grapefruit
largerines
Total

tRUCK
,,ranges
grapefruit
tangerines
Total

POTAL
Ranges
:rapefruit
I'angerines
3R .TOTAL


5,143,200
2,599,200
584,400
8,326,800


2,511,200
1,030,800
233,600


46.2
47.7
55,9
47.5


36,1
37.4
31.5
36.1


17.7
14.9
12.6


3,775,600 16.4



14,236,916 100.0
6,943,826 100.0
1,855,539 100,0
23,036,281 100.0


5,457,585
3,986,220
816,427
10,260,232


5,646,800
3,581,600
599,600
9,828,000


2,891,643
1,117,011
267,706


38.9
45.9
48,5
42.1


40.4
41.2
35.6
40.3


20.7
12,9
15.9


4,276,360 17,6


13,996,028
8,684,831
1,683,733


100.0
100.0
100.0


24,364,592 100.0


6,989,234
4,543,977
1,047.039
12,580,250


5,333,760
2,287,800
520-200
8,141,760


2,328,120
686,880
244,080


47.7
60.4
57.8
52.4


36.4
30.5
28.7
34.0


15.9
9.1
13.5


3,259,080 13.6


14,651,114
7,518,657
1,811,319


100,0
100.0
100.0


23,981,090 100.0


9,235,565
5,551,945
1,389,445
16,176,955


2,373,120
1,616,760
207,000
4,196,880


1,855,800
743,400
153,0000


68,6
70.2
79i4
69.9


17.6
20,4
11.8
18.2


13.8
9.4
8.8


2,752,200 11.9



13,464,485 100.0
7,912,105 100.0
1 749 445 100.0
23,126,035 100,0


;ANNERY
)ranges 212,744
grapefruit 3,6460324
Total .3j859,068

AVERAGE BOXES PER CAR


:lail
3oat
': ruok


177,937
5,603,996
5,781,933


390
400
400
395.2


combinedd


55,848
2,369,058
2,424,906


387.8
400
400
395


40,000
2,607,672
2,647,672


413.1
360
360
386


367
360
360
365


TOTE: Boxes for Season 1935-36 based on the following loads by varieties: Rail
Shipments Oranges 390.7 boxes, Grapefruit 383.9 boxes, Tangerines 406.4
boxes, Combined 390 boxes. Boat and Truck 400 boxes on all varieties.
Express shipments have been included in Rail shipments.


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FLORIDA CITRUS RAIL SHIPMENTS BY COUNTIES

AS REPORTED BY STATE MARKETING BUREAU
Season 1935-36


County

Alachua.............

Brevard..............

Collier............ .

Dade............**.*

DeSoto..............

Hardee..............

Hernando...,.........

Highlands

Hillsboro............

Indian River.........

Lake ...............

Lee.,.....** .......,a

Levy.... ....o ... .....

Manatee .............

:'arion...*.........,..

Orange* ... .... .. ,. ,

Osoeola........,.o...

Pas;oo ,........ ,......

Pinellas*............
Polk........... ... ..

Putnan..*.*.. ***.....

;eminole. a.,....*....

Sto Luoie ...........

Sumnter ............. .

Volusia..............

Straight Cars........

By Boat.............i

?ick-Up-Exp .........

GRAND TOTAL..........


.Oranges

91

141






143

143

16

404

236

51

1,592

37



98

295

3,712

9

222

370
4,965

152

653

84



314

13,728

12,338



26 066


Grfruit

3

121

1

99

4

1

10

402

95

147

527

138



318

71

867

14

106

442
2,939

20

138

151.

8

14

6,619

6,355



12,974


Tangs,

1

8






3

10

37

15

15

6

63

-

2



11

570

6

27

32
554

29

56

18



45

1,508

1,424



2,932


:No previous rail haul.


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Mixed

6

113






127

38

7

184

131

38

579

26



35

105

1,310

13

154

242
2,194

96

121

51



127

5,697

9

1,238

6,944


Total

101

383

1

99

277

192

70

1,005

477

242

2,761

201

2

451

482

6,459

42

509

1,086
10,652

297

968

287

8

500

27,552

20,126

1,238

48,916









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
1934-35
1935-36


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
20,088,232
19,260,681


* Oranges only (Revised)

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


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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
7,404,474
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
32,863,908
25.468,674 (As Of
Sept. 21,1936)





---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
1934-35
1935-36


BOXES
6,100,000
r4,600,000
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
27,289,945
18,914,165
20,596,524
20,884,890
20,088,232
19,260,681


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




TOTAL GROSS REVENUE TO FLORIDA FROM ALL CITRUS
INCLUDING A PORTION OF TRANSPORTATION CHARGES


NO.BOXES
29,462,052

32,835,854

29,276,287

28,409,630

24,443,523


AMOUNT
$56,724,637.00

46,081,338.00

45,914,345.00

36,877,896.00

47,499,006.00


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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
20,706,65639
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
45,399,313.00
50,569,525.00
36,948,352,00
27,465,441.00
34,451,906.00
32,724,488.00
41,206,791.00


SEASONS
1935-36

1934-35

1933-34

1932-33

1931-32





S- ---- .. --FLORIDBA -GANI -IEDR S-PB ODUCTION
FOR PAST SEVEN SEASONS
CONVERTED TO REPRESENT CASES OF 24 CANS, NO. 2 SIZE

GRAPEFRUIT GRAPEFRUIT ORANGE TOTAL NO. FIELD
SEASON JUICE HEARTS JUICE CASES BOXES USED
1935-36 1,758,497 2,251,775 162,452 *-4,322,876 3,859,068
1934-35 2,236,726 3,588,042 240,967 6,065,735 5,781,93.3
1933-34 610,115 2,184,577 57,678 2,852,370 2,424,906
1932-33 727,803 2,182,597 37,258 2,947,658 2,644,115
1931-32 247,652 907,323 36,362 1,191,337 966,533
1930-31 412,066 2,712,489 61,110 3,185,665 2,954,056
1929-30 173,934 1,316,738 37,552 1,528,224 1,676,437

*-Includes 65,194 cases Citrus salad and 84,958 cases combination Orange and
Grapefruit juice,

*

FLORIDA CANNED GRAPEFRUIT HEARTS
PRODUCTION FOR PAST SIXTEEN SEASONS
CONVERTED TO REPRESENT CASES OF 24 CANS No. 2 SIZE

SEASON NUMBER CASES
1935-36 2,251,775

1934-35 3,588,042

1933-34 2,184,577

1932-33 2,182,597

1931-32 907,323

1930-31 2,712,489

1929-30 1,316,738

1928-29 957,000

1927-28 600,000

1926-27 700,000

1925-36 400,000

1924-25 350,000

1923-24 200,000

1922-23 150,000

1921-22 3,000

1920-21 2,000

SUMMARY OF FIELD BOX ES USED 1935-36

Grapefruit used for Canning Fruit and Slad........................ 1,857,312
Grapefruit used for Juice and Combination juice........,.......... 1,789,012
Oranges used for juice, citrus salad and Combination juice.......,o 212,744

TOTAL FIELD BOXES USED...............,.. ...................... 3,859,068


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FLORIDA STATE AUCTION SALES
BY AUCTION MARKETS
THREE SEASONS


ORANGES


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

COMBINED


1935-36
CARS AVG



7,503 $3.02
2,624 2.93
1,561 3.02
340 2.95
559 3.04
878 3.15
249 2.72
555 2.87
271 3.08
240 2.82

14,780 3.00


1934-35
CARS AVG



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


GRAPEFRUIT


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

COMBINED


3,928 2.67
1,972 2.38
872 2.49
262 2.40
396 2.54
395 2.68
132 2.40
340 2.32
251 2.262
117 2,28

7,765 2.57


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


* TANGERINES


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

COMBINED


1,124 2.70
365 2.64
157 2.60
139 2.80
116 2.84
217 2.72
54 2.64
113 2.68
87 2.82
26 2.46

2,398 2.70


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


* 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.)


ORANGES


GRAPEFRUI


Early & Early &
Midseason Late Total Midseason Late


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

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


T TAN
GER
Total INES


2145107 457164 2602271 888912 144938 1033850 168968
918001 1007378 1925379 1070058 296067 1366125 180060
1603941 1867201 3471142 819190 521580 1340770 533477
1521242 1686051 3207293 404253 584938 989191 608862
326736 352197 678933 106564 132598 239162 59455
264145 188410 452555 108456 112891 221347 38073
6779172 5558401 12337573 3397433 1793012 5190445 1588895


313119 207545 520664 88777 119302 208079 19932
349444 315965 665409 53383 67317 120700 15291
326854 184128 510982 62347 83540 145887 6119
206907 130280 337187 31290 50731 82021 2916


Total Non-Bearing 1196324 837918 2034242 235797 320890 556687 44258 2635187


% Non-Bearing

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.

total l Non-Bearing

TOTAL ACRES


15.0 13.1 14.2


6.5 15.2


9.7 2.7


12.1


7975496 6396319 14371815 3633230 2113902 5747132 1633153 21752100


33698.
14422
25197
23898
5133
4150


7182
15826
29333
26487
5533
2960


40880
30248
54530
50385
10666
7110


13965
16810
12869
6351
1674
1704


2277
4651
8194
9189
2083
1773


16242
21461
21063
15540
3757
3477


2654
2829
8381
9565
934
598


59776
54538
83974
75490
15357
11185


106498 87321 193819 53373 28167 81540 24961 300320


4919
5490
5135
3250


3260
4964
2893
2045


8179
10454
8028
5295


1395
839
979
490


1874
1058
1312
795


3269
1897
2291
1285


18794 13162 31956 3703 5039 8742


317
243
96
46


702


11765
12594
10415
6626

41400


125292 100483 225775 57076 33206 90282 25663 341720


Est. Production

% Late Fruit


Flst. Yield Per Tree f 1.5

Average Nb. Trees Per Acre


12234153 7579817 19813970 11109577 4759212 15868789 2582659 38265418


1.2


38%

1.4


3.1


2.3 2.8


63.65


:st. Yield Per Acre

Total Prbperties

nvg. No. Trees
Per Property

Lvg. No. Acres
Per Property

Basis Total Trees


98 75


196 1'4.


'17" 101


33201


655


10.3


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STATE
TOTAL
ALL

3805089
3471564
5345389
4805346
977550
711975
19116913


748675
801400
662988
4221g4


112


- - - - -


50%




TOTAL FLORIDA CITRUS P.,ll'TIC::
Compiled by The Associated Citrus Growers & Shippers of Florida, Lakeland, Fla,

jIOTE: Figures indicate the number of trees, both bearing & non-bearing, and were
-;aken from Report of Forrest C. Graves, State Coordinator, issued Oct. 5, 1934,
"'he survey of citrus properties, from which these figures resulted, was made dur-
::ng the late Summer months and Early Fall of 1934,


Early &
Midseason
(Trees)


ORANGES


Late


GRAPEFRUIT
Early &
Total Midseason Late Total


(Trees) (Trees)cTrees)


(Trees) (Trees)


TANT
GER TOTAL
INES
(Trees) (Trees)


J .achua
regardd
I towardd
C harlotte
(itrus
(ollier
I ade
SieSS cto
I a gler
(C .ades
I r.rdee
I endry
IE rnando
Fighl hands
I :i sboro
Ir.dian River
I ike
Lee
L c vy
Manatee
Wirion
Ma tin
Orange
Os ce ola
PFlm Beach
Fisco
Finellas
Polk
F .atnam
S irasota
S3 inole
3;S. Lucie


S:. Johns
S'-mter
71lusia


59396
432653
25348
28730
44122
4349
14031
274518
10825
1043
347251
18356
47629
166218
507055
99748
855163
76577
1171
114492
577672
50648
1140527
133175
17631
134236
175613
1232679
219140
55741
332763
130216
15497
106187
525096


2235 61631 4102 150 4252 7287 't~1C7
219541 652194 137824 83402 221226 34051 907471
207203 232551 6631 5574 12205 6755 251511
10193 38923 9325 1798 11123 5394 55-40
4663 48785 5605 48 5653 4927 59.55
5158 9507 11307 100 11407 3 20917
99666 113697 172149 2156 174305 15170 303172
109.11 383629 76120 6905 83025 41120 507771
3116 13941 698 192 890 72~4 22077
804 1847 273 10 283 74 2204
153767 501018 44296 6871 51167 49301 601486
17777 36133 10468 764 1123 5 397 47762
25921 73550 21056 4639 25695 64052 163297
373536 539754 190166 117696 307862 54822 902438
400521 907576 126654 93248 219902 77181 1204659
120849 220597 143825 232717 376542 28519 625658
486611 1341774 262126 235421 497547 159816 1999137
98305 174882 120434 45475 165909 5445 346236
1171 45 45 42 1258
122821 .,237313 260589 62880 323369 6058 566740
47794 625466 42203 13167 55370 47891 728727
1065 51713 22638 589 23227 1574 76154
692349 1832876 151763 77635 229398 208161 2270435
57871 191046 35786 11148 46934 30172 268152
28130 45761 6003 15291 21294 6125 73J 0O
172284 306520 49273 41639 90912 33277 430709
212933 388546 312049 206413 518462 37963 944971
2058281 3290960 1151000 618754 1769754 371279 547:1993
40195 259335 22813 4437 27250 43358 329943
86338 142079 27427 38777 66204 688 208971
77846 410609 39861 15571 55432 57982 524023
232282 362498 9181f) 149669 241479 57033 661010
2056 17533 1046 175 1221 532 19286
12861 119048 5342 2846 8188 5345 13:581
212256 737352 70622 17745 88367 164114 983833


Total Trees 7975496 6396319 14371815 3633230 2113902 5747132 1633153 21752100



FLORIDA CITRUS PLANTTINGS
Showing in percentages, the relative proportion of trees of various stages of maturity


Trv-e Ages
( elusiveve)

2') yrs. & over
1i to 19 yrs
I.. to 15 yrs
3 ;to 10 yrs
4 -to 5 yrs
B< ring
( n-Bearing


ORANGES
Early &
Midseason Late


26.9
11.5
20.1
19.1
7.4
85,0
15,0
100%


kct Full Bearing
(10 yrs & younger) 41.5


7.1
15,7
29.2
26.4
815
86,9
13,1
100%

48c0


Total M


18.1I
13.4
24,1
22 3
7,9
85.8
14-2
100%
7 e, 9
TZ-8/


GRAPEFRUIT
Early &


midseason Late Total

24,5 6.8 18.0
29.5 14,0 23,8
22,5 24.7 23,3
11,1 27.7 17.2
5.9 11.6 8,0
93,5 84,8 90v3
6, 5 ]5,2 9,.7
100% 100% 100%


44.4 23.5


54.5 34.9


TAN
GER


10,3
11,0
32,7
37,3
6,0
97 3
2,7
loo~a


TOTAL
ALL

17,5
1.5,9
15o9
24,6
22.1
7,8

87, 9
12 ,1
ioo%
1000l


COUNTYY


46,0 42n0


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CALIFORNIA CITRUS ACREAGE
REPORTED BY
CALIFORNIA COOPERATIVE' CROP REPORTING SERVICE


ORANGES
Non-_
Bearing

24,121
25;831
28;474
31,861
31,389
28,491
24,852


Total

217;716
223,266
230;259
238,986
239,081
239,857
239,601


GRAPEFRUIT


Non-
Bearing Bearing


9;139
10;771
10,990
11;796
12;561
12;648
14,692


5;854
4,497
6,192
6;195
6;249
6;008
5,982


ARIZONA CITRUS ACREAGE SURVEY OF 1935
REPORTED BY
U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE


Variety


Grapefruit
Oranges
Tangerines
Limes
Lemons


Totals


4 Years
And Over

10,411
5,533
52
7
103

16,106


The above acreage based on 86,1 trees per acre,


U. S. CITRUS ACREAGE
ALL VARIETIES 1935


All Citrus

Florida
California
Texas
Arizona
Alabama
*Louisiana
*Lisssissippi
Porto Rico


Bearing
Acres Perct.


300,320
272,786
50,303
16,106
4,500
1,250
800
5,000


87.9%
88.7
52.7
75.3
69.2
83;3
80.0
58.6


Non-Bearing
Acres Perct.


41,400
34,834
45,060
5,284
2,000
250
200
3,530


12.1%
11,3
47.3
24.7
30.8
16.7
20.0
40.4


Total
Acres % Of Total


341,720
307,620
95,363
21,390
6,500
1,500
1,000
8,530


43.6%
39.3
12.2
2.7
0.8
0,2
0.1
1.1


651,065 83,1%


132,558 16.9% 783,623


*Estimated.


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Season

1929-30
1930-31
1931-32
1932-33
1933-34
1934-35
1935-36


Bearing

193;595
197,435
201,785
207;125
207,692
211,346
214,749


Total

14,993
15,268
16,182
17,991
18,810
18,656
20,674


Under
4 Years

3,428
1,729
8
24
95


5,284


Total
Acres

13,839
7,262
60
31
198


21,390


Total


100l










TEXAS CITRUS SURVEY

AS OF APRIL 1, 1934


Variety


Grapefruit

Oranges

Other Citrus


Total


4 Years
& Over


Number Treeg
Under
4 Years


Total
Trees


3,819,537 2,361,268 6,180,805

471,952 1,378,004 1,849,956

34,567 135,883 170,450

4,326,056 3,875,155 8,201,211


*-Number Acres
4 Years Under Total
% Over 4 Years Acres


44,413 27,457 71,870

5,488 16,023 21,511

402 1,580 1,982

50,303 45,060 95,363


*-Based on
survey.


86 trees per acre the average used by Government in the Arizona


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


VARIETY

Satsuma Oranges


BEARING

4,500


NON-BEARING

2,000


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


Large percentage


ISLE OF PINES AND CUBA CITRUS ACREAGE


The total area of cultivated grapefruit groves in Cuba did not exceed
1,500 acres before tho hurricane of July 1933. Of the 1,500 acres about 1,200
ore 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 bear-
ing. 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 of
fruit, 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 30,000 acres. .-**, .-..


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TOTAL

6,500
















PUERTO RICO CITRUS

As Reported By Mr. A. S. Mason
U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, San Juan, Puerto Rico




There was no estimate made of the Puertorican grapefruit crop
prior to 1930, though it is believed by many growers that the total crop
was 1,400,000 boxes.

The last census of trees was completed January 1, 1933. This
census was very complete, trees actually being counted. It showed the
following number of grapefruit trees:

Bearing Over 6 years of age 475,730
3 to 6 years of age 226,024
under 3 years of age 124,209

There have been no new plantings since that date. On account of hurri-
cane damage and lack of proper finance to care for groves the then bear-
ing trees have probably been reduced to 425,000; the trees that were then
3 to 6 years of age to 200,000 and trees under 3 years of age to 100,000.
At the same time there were 52,332 orange trees. There has been no
material change in the number of orange trees since.

You will note that I left out the total production of oranges,
as fully 90% of our crop is wild oranges, growing in the mountain dis-
tricts of Puerto Rico. There must be somewhere between 800,000 and
1,000,000 of these trees. These trees are not pruned, sprayed or ferti-
lized; therefore, production is low, but the total amount of these oranges
reaches to at least 1,000,000 boxes a year. In 1935 a quarantine was
placed upon these oranges on account of their being infested with West
Indies fruit fly; therefore, until such time as that quarantine is lifted
there will be no more export sales to the United States of these oranges.
The local consumption of these oranges must amount to somewhere between
600,000 and 800,000 boxes per year.

Tangerines are of little commercial importance. The fruit is
of excellent flavor, but has a poor color and does not ship well.

The canning of grapefruit and grapefruit juice in Puerto Rico
is increasing rapidly. Growers are beginning to realize that with in-
creased production in Texas and Florida they must can a larger percentage
of their fruit. At the present time there are six canneries in operation
on the Island and plans are under way for the building of one and perhaps
two additional cooperative canneries. All fruit is hand-peeled and rendi-
ment for sections runs between 30 and 35 cases per ton. The rendiment for
juice is about 221 cases per ton.


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FLORIDA AUCTION SALES
CARS AND AVERAGES
SEASON 1935-36


ORANGES


IND. R. #1
Cars Avg.


New York 1,084 $3.45


Phila.
Boston
Pittsburgh
Cleveland
Chicago
St. Louis
Cincinnati
Ietroit
Baltimore
Total

COMMON GRFT.
New York
Phila.
Boston
Pittsburgh
Cleveland
Chicago
St. Louis
Cincinnati
Detroit
Baltimore
Total

M.S. GRFT.

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

TOTAL GRFT.
New York
Phila.
Boston
Pittsburgh
Cleveland
Chicago
St. Louis
Cincinnati
Detroit
Baltimore
Total


182
203
1
2
21

5
10
1
1,509


442
42
76

3
5


4
2
572



522
28
37
5

6

1
1

600


3.28
3,34
3.25
3.45
3.68
5-57
3.57
3.62
2.95
3.42



2.93
2.85
2.78

2.93
3.33
-

3.24
2.48
2.91



3.60
2.97
3.17
2.49

3.66

3.10
3.20

3.54


964 3.29
70 2.90
113 2.91
5 2.49
3 2.93
9 3.55

1 3.10
5 3.23
2 2.48
1,172 3.23


IND. R. #2
Cars Avg.


552 $3.03


92
245
4
11
7

18
16
5
950



429
58
179
7
6
7
1
7
13
25
732


1,014
137
387
8
26
27
9
12
31
42
1,693


2 95
3.17
2.76
3,30
3,15

3.13
3.24
2.82
3.06



2.41
2.43
2.42
2.42
2.38
2.61
2.60
2.55
2.55
2.27
2.41



2.84
2.70
2.77
2.70
2.95
3.07
2.54
2.37
3.11
2.41
2.81


2.66
2.58
2.61
2.46
2.82
2.95
2.55
2.48
2.88
2.33
2.64


OTHERS
Cars Avg.


2,580 $3.10


1,013
547
115
171
316
25
201
65
32
5,065


225
84
21
20
43
101
6
22
41
1
564


673
299
116
73
88
133
10
69
74
9
1,544


3.08
3,07
3.03
3.33
3.16
2,91
3,14
3.28
3.05
3.10



2.49
2.49
2.43
Q.61
2.78
2.46
3.18
2.55
2.76
2.64
2.52



2.82
2.63
2.54
2.76
2,95
2.91
3,05
2.65
2.76
2,65
2.80


2.60
2,53
2.45
2.65
2.86
2,80
3.10
2.58
2.76
2.64
2.62


OTHERS #2 COMBINED
Cars Avg. Cars Avg.


3,287 $2.82


1,337
566
220
375
534
224
331
180
202
7,256



753
381
177
108
142
32
27
156
39
40
1,855



524
185
79
68
137
194
86
102
102
24
1,501


1,277
566
256
176
279
226
113
258
141
64
3,356


2,77
2,79
2.92
2 90
3.13
2,70
2,68
2.97
2.78
2.83



2.17
2.16
2.12
2.26
2,30
2,21
2,51
2.23
2.28
2.16
2.19



2.36
2.25
2,16
2.34
2.53
2,59
2.,27
2,25
2,55
2.24
2.38


2.25
2.19
2 13
2.29
2,41
2.54
2,33
2,24
2 47
2,19
2.27


7,503 $3.02
2,624 2.93
1,561 3.02
340 2.95
559 3.04
878 3.15
249 2.72
555 2,87
271 3.08
240 2.82
14,780 3.00


2,072
696
527
168
196
74
32
210
89
75
4,139



1,856
376
345
94
200
321
100
130
162
42
3,626


3,928
1,072
872
262
396
395
132
340
251
117
7,765


2.45
2.33
2.37
2,38
2.42
2 40
2,59
2,31
2.54
2.26
2.41



2.92
2.48
2.66
2.44
2.66
2,74
2,34
2.33
2.67
2.32
2.75


2.67
2.38
2.49
2.40
2.54
2.68
2,40
2,32
2,62
2.28
2.57


(4/5 Bu. Boxes)


*TANGERINES


NUMBER 'l's
Cars Avg.


New York 56
Phila. 17
Boston 8
Pittsburgh 6
Cleveland 4
Chicago 12
St. Louis 1
Cincinnati 5
Detroit 4
Baltimore
Total 1,171
*Segregation by sections unavailable.
NCTEf The above averages are delivered prices.


7 $1,52
7 1,50
4 1.36
6 1.53
8 1,55
0 1.45
2 1,62
3 1,45
0 1o58
5 1,50
2 1.50


NUMBER 2's
Cars Avgo


557 $1.18
188 1 .15
73 1,23
73 1.29
68 1,32
97 1.25i
42 1,23'
60 1.25
47 1.26
21 1.17
1,226 1.21


TOTAL
Cars Avg.


1,124 $1.35
365 1,32
157 1,30
139 1,40
116 1l42
217 1:36
54 1.32
113 1,54
87 1,41
26 1.23
2,398 1,5


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