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Title: Statistical bulletin
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Creator: Florida Citrus Exchange
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Creation Date: 1936
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Statement of Responsibility: Florida Citrus Exchange.
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FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE

STATISTICAL BULLETIN

SEASON 1,936-37


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ISSUED SEPTEMBER 29,1937

STATIST ICAL DEPARTMENT,
FLORI0A CITRUS EXCHANGE

























FOREWORD



WE HAVE COMPILED AND HEREWITH SUBMIT

STATISTICAL REPORTS COVERING CLASSI-

FIPO SHIPMENTS OF CITRUS FRUITS FROM

THE STATE AS A WHOLE ANq BY THE FLlRICA
CITRUS EXCHANGE, DURING THE SEASON OF

1936-37, TOGETHER WITH OTHER INFORMA-
TION CONCERNING TH FXCIANQ ANE AN THE
,CI'TRU8 JNIJUTVRY.




FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE





SECRETARY


1201 Ol







TABLE OF CONTENTS



OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS FLORIDA CITRUS EXCEANGE... ...................... .. .. ....... 1

EXCHANGE SHIPMENTS BY DISTRICTS ANP7 VARIETIES SEASON 1936-37.... .............. ...............

EXCHANGE CARLOT SUMMARY BY VARIIETIES..*.............. ......... .. .................. 2

EXCHANGE COMPARISON OF TONNAGE BY VARIETIES FOR FIVE SEASONS, IN BOXES...*............. ....... 2

EXCHANGE COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF SHIPMENTS 1936-37 AND 193536 BY VARIETIES.................. 3

CHANGEE DISTRICT COMPARATIVE SHIPMENTS SEASONS 1936-37 AND 1935-36........................... 3

EXCHANGE CARLOT MONTHLY SHIPMENTS BY VARIETIES SEASONS 1936-37 AND 1935-36 ................... 4

RATE CARLOT MONTHLY SHIPMENTS BY.VARIETIES SEASONS 1936-37 AND 1935-36.......4...,,.......... 5

CHANGEE 'FOB AVERAGES EACH SEASON SINCE 1909, BY VARIETIES ................................. 6

:;(CHANGE STATEMENT OF DECAY BY-DISTRICTS SEASON 1936-37 ANC 193.36........................ 7

1:XCHANGE CARLOT SHIPMENTS WEEKLY BY VARIETIES, INCLUDING PROPORTION OF MIXED CARS............. 8

IFLORIDA ORANGES CARLOT SHIPMENTS.WEEKLY 8 SEASONS, RAIL AND BOAT ....................... 9

FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT CARLOT SHIPMENTS WEEKLY 8 SEASONS, RAIL AND BOAT...................... ... 10

FLORIDA TANGERINES CARLOT SHIPMENTS WEEKLY 8 SEASONS, RAIL AND BOAT.. ................ ........ 11

*fLORIDA ORANGES RAIL, BOAT AND TRUCK SHIPMENTS WEEKLY, IN BOXES................... ....... 12

FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT RAIL,-BOAT AND TRUCK SHIPMENTS WEEKLY, IN BOXES, ...... ............. 13

FLORIDA TANGERINES RAIL, BOAT AND TRUCK SHIPMENTS WEEKLY, IN BOXES......................... 14

FLORIDA, ALL CITRUS RAIL, BOAT AND TRUCK SHIPMENTS WEEKLY, IN BOXES ........ ............ 15

FLORIDA SHIPMENTS, ORANGES, GRAPEFRUIT & TANGERINES BY VARIOUS-CARRIERS FOR FOUR SEASONS,...... 16

FLORIDA CERTIFIED SHIPMENTS AY COUNTIES, SEASON 1936-37... .. ................................. .17

F..ORIDA RAIL ANO BOAT AND CALIFORNIA ORANGES SHIPMENTS EACH SEASON SINCE 1886..............,., 18

F.-RIDA FOB GROSS RETURNS ON RAIL ANO BOAT SHIPMENTS EACH SEASON SINCE 190q................. 19

F-ORiDA CITRUS CANNERY PRODUCTION............................................... .... .......... 20

Fi.ORIDA AUCTION SALES AND AVERAGES EACH AUCTION MARKET FOR THREE SEASONS...................... 21

FI.ORIDA CITRUS ACREAGE AND NUMBER TREES PLANTED OF DIFFERENT AGES.,*.,....,........ .......,,, 22

FIORIDA CITRUS TREE PLANTINGS BY COUNTIES*..**,............................................ .... 23

ClLIFORNIA CITRUS ACREAGE TABLEe*........*................................................ 24

AI IZONA CITRUS ACREAGE SURVEY..*...;....*;,...,.*.......* ............ ,.... ............. 24

UP ITEO STATES CITRUS ACREAGE, ALL VARIETIES................,..........,,.......... ....... 24

TEXAS CITRUS SURVEY, TREES AND ACREAGE......... ...*.. ..... .................................... 25

I~LE OF PINES AND CUBA CITRUS PLANTINGS... .............. .. ,.. ................. 25

AL.BAMA CITRUS PLANTINGS...... ........*.....,.. ** ..*,....* ,......a....................,...... 25

PUERTO RICO CITRUS, ACREAGE AND COMMENTS............. .. ...................,,.. ..... ........ 26

FLORIDA AUCTION SALES BY GRADES AND MARKETS, 1936-37....**........... ...........,..... 27

FLDRIOA CITRUS PRODUCTION WITH ESTIMATED NET TO GROWER;...................... ....,,....,,, 28

ESTIMATE OF NET RETURNS FOR FLORIDA RAIL AND BOAT SHIPMENTS.. ............. I .......... ...... 29

AN'ILYSIS OF FLORIDA AUCTION SALES.,... ...... ,***.**,*. .........,*... ............ ..... 30


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W. L. TILDEN
W. C. VANCLIEF
A. W. HURLEY
W. M. MOSELEY
L. L. LOWRY
C. C. COMMANDER
HAROLD CREWS
L. D. AULLS
S. L. LOONEY
0. M. FELIX
COUNTS JOHNSON


SUB-EXCHANGE

INDIAN RIVER
FLORENCE
FORT PIERCE
INTERNAL IONAL
LAKE
LAKE APOPKA
LAKE REGION
NORTH PINELLAS
ORANGE
PINELLAS
PLYMOUTH
POLK
SCENIC
ST, JOHNS RIVER
WEST COAST
WINTER HAVEN
SPECIAL, STATE-AT-LARGE


OFFICERS, DIRECTORS AND HEADS
OF DEPARTMENTS FLORIDA CITRUS
EXCHANGE SEASON 1937-38


PRESIDENT & CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
FIRST VicO PRESIDENT
SECOND VICE PRESIDENT
THIRb VICO PRESIDENT
FOURTH VICE PRESIDENT
GENERAL MANAGER
ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER
TRAFFIC MANAGER
TREASURER.COMPTROLLER
SECRETARY
ATTORNEY


DIRECTOR


H. G. PUTNAM
W. C. VANCLIEF
W. M. MOSELEY
L. L. LOWRY
E. F. DEBUSK
A, W. HURLEY
J. W. SAMPLE
S. A. WHITESELL
J. C. PALMER
JOHN S. TAYLOR,
WM. G. GEIER
0. A. HUNT
C. H. WALKER
R. J. KEPLER, JR
W. W. RAYMOND
H. E. CORNELL
W. L. TILDEN


P. 0. Box 179

JR,


ORLANDO
WINTER HAVEN
WINTER GARDEN
FORT PIERCE
WINTER HAVEN
TAMPA
TAMPA
TAMPA
TAMPA
TAMPA
TAMPA



ADDRESS

OAK HILL
WINTER HAVEN
FORT PIERCE
WINTER HAVEN
GAINESVILLE
WINTER GARDEN
HAINES CITY
LARGO
WINDERMERE
LARGO
W INDERMERE
LAKE WALES
BARTOW
DELANO
ALVA
WINTER HAVEN
ORLANDO







FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE SHIPMENTS
AS INDICATED BY SHIPPING REGISTER
STATISTICAL DEPARTMENT
SEASON 1936-37
FINAL REPORT


DfSTRICT


ORANGES


#1 1,496,7861
#2 1,318,545k-
#3 499,9.33
#4 396,147%-
t1T.. Su.-EXCQE 294,52?
GRAND TOTALS 4,005,941-h

TOTALS FOR-
SEASON 1935-36, 471,1 6;3,
- INCREASE _J 34,it7


"GRAPEFRUIT

.422,747-L
1,564,635j
852,568
709,877
271 ,52-h-
,,821,4204,

2,074(27534

1,746,467


TANGS. TEMPLES


201,514
284,5061,

130,838
52,5871-
27,579-
697,o19'-

463,1 87-

233,823


38,7251-
24,439~
1,034
12,345
810

77,354

40,920

36 434


CARLOT SUMMARY BY VARIETIES


VARIETY
ORANGES ............. .. ...... ..
GRAPEFRUIT... .......... ...........
TANGERINES....... ..................
TEMPLES...#........................
TOTALS................... .... ...
TOTALS SEASON 193-36... ............
I N C R E A S E....................

* -. BULK


RA


SEASON 1936-37
*TRUCK AND
IL & BOAT TREE SALES
9,082 858
6,679 973
1,513 304
191 2

17,465 2,137
12,305 1x837
5(160 300


FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
TONNAGE BY VARIETIES FOR 5 SEASONS


VAR IETY
EARLY & MID-SEASON-
ORANGES
VALECNIAS

COMMON GRFRUIT
M. S. GRFRUIT.
TANGERINES
TEMPLES
TOTALS


1936-37 1935-;6


2,210,5971
1,795,344
2,298,973
1,522,447J
697,o19-

77,354
8,601,735M-


2,049,133
1,422,225

1,771,825
802,934
463,187-k
40,920

6,050,224}-


PERCENT

25.1

37.1
17.3
13.6
6.o
100,0


TOTALS

2,159,773X-
3,192,127
1,484,373

1,170,957
594,505
8,601,735e"

6,050,224

2,551,511


CANNERY
229
1,940
0


2,169

1 .134
1o11


TOTALS
10,169

9,592
1,817
193
21,771
15,276

6,495


2,225,9301-
1,128,911

1,538,0541-
713,089
488,097

34,918
6,128,600


1,883,764
1,211,648-

1,261,141
469,094
449,123-L

63,870o-
5,338t476r-


1932-33

2,231,440
1,440,661

1,781,794
670,348

550,709
61,464

6,736,416


1934-35 193 -34






















FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF SHIPMENTS
BY DISTRICTS FOR SEASONS 1936-37 & 1235-36


DISTRICT

#1
#2

#3
#4
INTERNATIONAL

TOTALS


I 96-V7

2,159,773i

3,192,127
1,484,373

1,170,957
594p?50
6,601 ,735-


1935-36

1,976,31 51-
2,097,287-
580,077
1,026,299
370,2451-

6,050o224-


COMPARATIVE STATEMENT BY VARIETIES


VARIETY
ORANGES
GRAPEFRUIT
TANGERINES
TEMPLES
TOTALS


1936-37
4,005,941-

3,821,420-
697,01 o

77,354
8,601,735--


1935-36
3,471,163^-
2,074,953i
463,187-
40,920
6,050o,224Z


GAIN

183,458
1,094,839--
904,296
144,658
224,259J

2,551P511


GAIN

534,778
1,746,467
233,832
36,4)4
2,551,511









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FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
CARLOT SHIPMENTS BY MONTHS

(INCLUDING PROPORTION OF MIXED CARS)

ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES TOTALS


VARIETY & MONTH
ORANGES
SEPTEMBER
OCTOBER
NOVEMBER
DECEMBER
JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL
MAY
JUNE
JULY


'TTALS


GRAPEFRUIT
SEPTEMBER
OCTOBER
NOVEMBER
DECEMBER
JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL
MAY
JUNE

I CTALS

TANGERINES
OCTOBER
NovEMBER
DECEMBER
JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL
T TALKS

COMB INED
SEPTEMBER
OCTOBER
NOVEMBER
DECEMBER
JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL
MAY
JUNE
JULY


CARS BY RAIL
36-37 5L-36


0
323
746
719
744
599
676
629
546
221
2

_5205


354
307
582
512
861
503
300
577
534

4607


7
186
362
214
153
16
0


0
64
339
439
542
624
840
506
314
81
0


CARS BY BOAT
372 2


0
165
211
350
633
565
587
667
644
240
6


0
88
289
487
568
548
542
759
529
112
0


CARS BY TRUCK
36-37 351-36


3
54
106
209
119
112
105
74
56
20
2


3
46
154
283
148
174
187
127
65
11
0


TOTAL CARS
36-37 35-36


3
542
1063
1278
1496
1276
1368
1370
1246
481
10


3
198
782
1209
1258
1346
1569
1392
908
204
0


== 4068 860 1198 12013


52
153
219
94
189
273
417
342
94
._ 2


24
169
140
155
325
304
340
328
268
14


28
146
174
208
233
265
311
295
119
.2


1846 2067 1786


0
48
202
185
90
10
0


0
44
194
173
128
40
1


2
60
191
152
43
18
.__]..


580 467


354
637
1514
1593
1819
1255
992
1206
1080
298
2


52
217
6o6
735
916
987
1267
848
408
94
0


24
334
395
699
1131
997
967
996
912
254
6


28
236
523
886
953
856
871
1055
648
119
0


0
27
107
61
69
38
2


45
82
103
112
133
140
147
128
71
__12


60
194
216
186
191
225
244
191
105
._2U


423
558
825
779
1319
947
787
1033
873
-- U9


140
493
609
488
613
763
972
828
318


5259


1627 7647


0
15
67
36
22
6
0


7
257
663
448
350
94
-2


304 146 1822


48
136
236
428
313
321
290
204
127
32
2


63
240
385
536
375
421
437
318
170
26
0


426
1107
2145
2720
3263
2573
2249
2406
2119
584
10


aLS10750 I1 6715 _1= _17 2 19602
-*- .^.i-ys- '-1--j^;si~j^.E. aaasss -*~i'i5 3SSS33


2
123
460
373
155
34
1
11 48


143
693
1514
2157
2244
2264
2575
2221
1226
239
0

15276


T( TALKS











STATE OF FLORIDA
SHIPMENTS BY MONTHS

ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES TOTALS

(INCLUDING PROPORTION OF MIXED CARS)


VARIETY & MONTM
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


CARS BY RAIL
26-23 35-36


1
1361
3113
3547
3458
2516
3160
2853
2052
640
8


0
196
1260
3017
2488
2969
3379
2139
1172
228
0


CARS BY BOAT
26-23 35=36


0
655
1314
1565
2230
1898
1696
1960
2102
980
116


0
332
1616
1676
1844
1813
1690
2068
1510
309
0


CARS BY TRUCK
j3637 35-36


21
406
789
1555
889
831
787
552
419
146
16


17
241
805
1486
777
910
978
665
343
56
0


TOTAL CARS
36-37 35-36


22
2422
5216
6667
6577
5245
5643
5365
4573
1766
140


17
769
3681
6179
5109
5692
6047
4872
3025
593
0


22709 16848 14516 12858 6411 6278 4366 35984


1185
1296
1874
1950
2748
1973
1142
2341
1416
196
3


207
767
591
839
1050
1334
1753
1421
610
60
o


159
675
623
672
1217
1093
1153
1128
926
120
1


90
700
1057
665
750
910
778
916
565
67
0


147
270
341
368
439
463
486
423
235
38
1__


95
308
342
294
303
356
387
303
166
23
0


1491
2241
2838
2990
4404
3529
2781
3892
2577
354
5


392
1775
1990
1798
2103
2600
2918
2640
1341
150
0


16124 8632 7767 6498


_211 2577 27102 1777


TANGERINES
OCTOBER
NOVEMBER
DECEMBER
JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL


TOTALS


COMB INED
SEPTEMBER
OCTOBER
NOVEMBER
DECEMBER
JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APR IL
MAY
JUNE
JULY


17
741
1519
1012
722
111
0
o

4122


1186
2674
5728
7016
7218
5211
4413
5194
3468
836
11


1
171
1124
792
424
35
6


207
964
2022
4980
4330
4727
5167
3566
1782
288
0


1
222
572
547
427
104
4




159
1331
2159
2809
3994
3418
2953
3092
3028
1100
117


2
231
547
473
175
32
1


2
95
380
211
244
136
8


1461 1076


90
1034
2904
2888
3067
2898
2500
2985
2075
376
o


168
678
1225
2303
1539
1538
1409
983
654
184
17


42955 28033 24160 2081 10698


TOTALS


2
58
269
145
87
21
2

584


112
551
1205
2049
1225
1353
1386
970
509
79
0


20
1058
2471
1770
1393
351
12

7075


1513
4683
9112
12128
12751
10167
8775
9269
7150
2120
145


5
460
1940
1410
686
88
9

4598


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


9439 13 58289


TOTALS











AVERAGES AT TAMPA OFFICE ON PACKED FRUIT
SEASONS 1909-TO TO 1936-37


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

1932-93
1933-34

1934-35

1935-36
1936-37


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


3.51

3.58

2.78

4.39
1.99

3.22
2.35

2.38

1.55

1.93
1.88

2.26

2.54


GRFRUIT

$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

1.85

1.55


*-TANGERINE AVERAGES AR
STANDARD BOX BASIC .


F.-FOR WIOLE STRAPS, OR


-TANGS

$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

1.96

1,82

1.52
1.71

1.65

2.07

1.55


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

2.11





















FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE STATEMENT OF DECAY
EXPRESSED IN PERCENTAGES


DISTR ICT

#1

#2

#3


INTERNAL IONAL

TOTAL


ORANGES

0.21%

0,32

0. 30

0.17

0.19
O o259


GRFRU IT

0.20%

0.41

0.43

0.14

0.52

0.32%


TANG S

1.04%

1.03

0.72

0.14

0.88
008 S


1935-36


. N.. C. RF A-.SE


0.12% 0.16% 0.32%

00.139 0.16Z _o.565


0*129 0.15% .-


0.88% .SL2LP


TEMPLES

0.77%

1.78

3.97
0.04


1.07%


TOTAL
1936-37

o031
0,45

0.41

0.15

0,30
0.34%


TOTAL
1935-36

0.16%

Q.20

0.22

0.06

0.07

0.15%


INCREASE

0.1 5
0.25

0.19

0.09

0.23

0.19%















FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
SHIPMENTS BY WEEKS
SEASON 1936-37


(INCLUDING PROPORTION FROM


WEEK
ENDING

SEPT. 5
12
19
26
OCT. 3
10
17
24
31
Nov, 7
14
21
28
DEC. 5
12
19
26
JAN. 2
9
16
23
30
FE8. 6
13
20
27
MAR. 6
13
20
27
APR. 3
10
17
24
MAY. 1
8
15
22
29
JUNE 5
12
19
26
JULY 3
10
17

TOTALS


ORANGES

0
0
0
0
6
30 '
108
184
217
285
227
290
214
301
398
378
167
157
304
353
391
370
385
301
310
281
320
316
300
305
267
331
296
348
326
350
326
209
255
229
136
91
59
10
2
0

_1 033


MIXED CARS)


GRFRUIT

12
47
188
117
115
142
72
134
154
185
184
175
224
233
198
198
135
125
229
370
343
319
270
246
232
198
197
177
78
176
141
184
276
278
280
262
242
201
95
64
22
23
5
1
0
0

7,644


TANGS

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
5
10
23
92
95
152
175
188
122
120
150
79
85
75
91
106
89
64
40
29
15
11
2
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0


TOTAL

12
47
188
117
121
172
180
320
376
480
434
557
533
686
771
764
424
402
683
802
819
764
746
653
631
543
557
522
493
492
410
516
573
626
606
612
568
410
350
293
158
114
64
11
2
0













STATE OF FLORIDA


ORANGES

WEEKLY SHIPMENTS FOR EIGHT SEASONS
RAIL AND BOAT

(INCLUDING PROPORTION OF MIKED CARS)

3-22 35-36 34-35 -4 -3 31 -2 30-31 29-30


WEEK
ENDING

SEPT, 19
26
OCT. 3
10
17
24
31
Nov. 7
14
21
28
DEC. 5
12
19
26
JAN. 2
9
16
23
30
FEB. 6
13
20
27
MAR, 6
13
20
27
APR. 3
10
17
24
MAY 1
8
15
22
29
JUNE 5
12
19
26
JULY 3
10
17
24
31
AUG. 7
14
21

TOTALS


0
0
15
83
323
672
925
1102
1033
1302
713
1308
1610
1665
482
571
1103
1340
1412
1482
1380
1011
1093
968
1053
1048
1232
1245
1006
1056
1114
1121
1113
1139
1014
824
841
635
482
351
195
109
54
0
0
0
0
0
0


0
0
0
6
52
225
336
376
711
936
760
986
1478
1330
539
1054
1062
1038
goo
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
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
0
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
0


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


0
0
0
1
15
133
254
256
639
1005
643
819
1443
1717
465
686
1283
869
826
980
1085
1135
1100
834
856
827
724
724
734
693
660
648
601
474
396
527
356
191
111
71
19
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0


3
5
8
59
393
855
1008
1140
1125
1063
871
1520
1910
1189
620
1399
1035
1122
1317
1693
1687
1529
1564
1526
1222
T245
1307
1296
885
81 6
906
963
1291
1058
748
800
650
418
334
216
75
13
7
1
0
0
0
0
0


37225 29706 28215 31574 30948 24806 38892 21289


0
0
6
22
65
115
219
305
528
827
940
1088
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
0
0











STATE OF FLORIDA


GRAPEFRUIT
WEEKLY SHIPMENTS FOR EIGHT SEASONS
RAIL AND BOAT ONLY
(INCLUDING PROPORTION OF MIXED CARS)
WEEK
ENDING 36-7 35-36 34-35 3-34 32-33 3132 30 31 2
SEPT. 5 38 19 10 92 0 0 53 33
1.2 198 60 44 79 o o 190 e6
19 604 140 142 164 34 0 318 161
26 276 71 370 343 51 66 375 228
OCT. 3' 418 108 473 286 50 125 286 381
-7T 477 370 447 237 153 227 543 504
17 283 396 312 396 233 470 511 581
24 470 363 405 561 370 731 373 396
31 519 313 585 612 340 559 656 383
Nov. 7 567 297 546 427 267 334 763 350
14 487 362 460 583 469 625 593 364
21 513 462 524 552 448 681 566 511
28 752 455 454 339 480 710 584 518
DEC. 5 719 475 563 608 451 648 899 517
12 660 374 591 650 535 505 811 651
19 648 359 451 '360 479 542 470 415
26 355 167 319 294 397 352 384 186
JAN, 2 455 311 469 432 382 528 860 492
9 841 455 446 532 555 749 769 651
16 1083 481 468 520 640 682 759 568
23 919 395 420 685 587 726 954 601
30 902 379 481 639 556 827 1109 634
FE:. 6 861 429 403 577 351 541 1043 527
13 787 484 386 557 549 646 1012 661
20 762 659 485 578 747 705 1127 696
27 661 576 647 697 753 760 984 726
MAR. 6 ,635 549 594 592 532 836 1053 579
13. 552 513 548 625 724 598 1317 742
20 585 616 454 562 862 564 1132 775
27 591 667 539 560 689 684 1032 598
APR. 3 516 524 644 558 548 692 1173 854
10 619 634 959 520 716 709 1155 634
17 961 482 758 478 669 799 850 144
24 908 543 611 514 613 613 1060 35
MAY 1 780 501 496 417 539 530 995 :, 27
8 679 354 430 242 559 533 109l O 22
15 647 265 453 219 618 445 842 9
22 501 262 416 130 663 211 413 8
29 333 136 454 113 359 134 494 2
JUNE 5 158 83 354 50 446 83 408 2
12 85 30 224 29 297 37 209 0
19 67 10 162 19 337 31 116 o
26 33 1 89 6 213 3 50 0
JUt.Y 3 6 0 44 0 155 0 20 0
10 0 0 45 0, 159 0 24 0
17 0 0 45 0 84 0 12 0
24 0 0 24 0 34 0 0 0
31 0 0 5 0 36 0 o 0
AUG. 7 0 0 0 0 56 0 O O
14 0 0 0 0 43 0 0 0
21 0 0 57 0 0 0
2 0 o o 0 o 0 0

IOTALS 2 1 15130 19249 17434 13904 20241 30441 16252
*" 'A te ic B afse m fcss s ~ Iil. i'i IfiiiiiI 8 1", S B Caa '' =


(10)


















STATE OF FLORIDA
TANGERINES

WEEKLY SHIPMENTS FOR EIGHT SEASONS
RAIL AND BOAT ONLY

(INCLUDING PROPORTION OF MIXED CARS)


36-37 L5r 34.35 33-34 3233 3-32 30-31 29-230


o
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
o
o
o


0
0
o
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__


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
0


0
0
2
14
36
110
351
350
449
548
644
307
382
474
334
321
277
390
331
239
197
116
69
38
13
5
2
0
0
0

5999


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


0
0
1
3
5
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

4014


WEEK
ENDING

OCT. 10
17
24
31
Nov. 7
14
21
28
DEc. 5
12
19
26
JAN. 2
9
16
23
30
FEB. 6
13
20
27
MAR. 6
13
20
27
APR. 3
10
17
24
MAY 1


_&2 41_3T 4515 4206


_5238 1772


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


TOTALS


(11)











STATE OF FLORIDA
SHIPMENTS WEEKLY IN BOXES
SEASON 1936-37
ORANGES
WITH PERCENTAGE OF EACH WEEK'S MOVEMENT TO TOTAL


WEEK ENDING

SEPT. .5
12
19
26
OCT, 3
10
to
17
24
31
Nov. 7
14
21
28
DEc. 5
12
19
26
JAN. 2
9
16
23
30
FEe. 6
13
20
27
MAR. 6
13
20
27
APRIL 3
o1
17
24
MAY 1
8
15
22
29
JUNE 5
12
19
26
JULY 3
10


RAIL*

0
0
0
0
5,049
27,188
97,100
172,061
227,990
325,868
276,929
375,583
140,989
358,105
443,164
484,335
105,645
146,815
278,095
327,033
308,390
356,940
317,711
219,446
236,147
207,406
247,022
263,724
332,082
327,421
236,147
242,750
250,518
256,732
235,759
228,379
180,218
153,418
165,458
105,645
81,176
48,938
21,362
5,438
____


BOAT TRUCK


0
0
0
0
800
o



5,200
29,200
91,600
135,200
105,200
128,000
134,000
140,000
154,400
187,600
167,200
84,000
77,200
154,800
199,200
247,200
225,200
224,800
178,400
194,000
173,600
166,800
147,600
150,800
160,800
159,200
172,400
187,600
184,000
202,400
220,400
220,000
171,600
166,000
145,200
109,200
90,000
56,000
38,000
21,600


0
400
400
1,600
9,600
16,800
36,800
48,000
57,200
57,600
76,000
92,000
47,600
116,800
140,000
221,600
120,000
58,800
66,800
80,400
96,400
89,600
94,400
81,600
77,200
80,800
84,800
76,800
67,200
68,000
50,400
53,200
52,800
48,000
51,600
51,200
-37,200
34,000
31,200
21,600
18,400
16,000
6,800
4,800
2,000


TOTALS 8,820,176 5,806,400 2,564,400

PERCENT
OF TOTAL 51.3% 33.b8 14.9%

"*-BASE 388.4 BOXES PER CAR. BOAT & TRUCK 400 BOXES,


(12)


TOTAL

0
400
400
1,600
15,449
49,188
163,100
311,661
420,390
488,668
480,929
601,583
348,589
629,305
770,764
873,135
309,645
282,815
499,695
606,633
651,990
671,740
636,911
479,446
507,347
461,806
498,622
488,124
550,082
556,221
445,747
468,350
490,918
488,732
489,759
499,979
437,418
359,018
362,658
272,445
206,776
154,938
84,162
48,238
23,600

17,1I0,976


% SEASONS
SHIPMENTS

0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.1
0.3
0.9
1.8
2.4
2.8
2.8
3.5
2.0
3.7
4.5
5.1
1.8
1.6
2*9
3.5
3.6
4.0
3.8
2.8
3*1
2.7
2.9
2.8
3.2
3.2
2,6
2.7
2.9
2.8
2.8
2.9
2.5
2.1
2.1
1.6
1.2
0,9
0.5
0.3
0.1



100ooo










STATE OF FLORIDA
SHIPMENTS WEEKLY IN BOXES
WITH PERCENTAGE OF EACK WEEK'S MOVEMENTS TO TOTAL
SEASON 1936-37

G R A P E F R U IT


WEEK ENDING

SEPT. 5
12
19
26
OCT. 3
10
17
24
31
Nov, 7
14
21
28
DEC. 5
12
19
26
JAN. 2
9
16
23
30
FEB. 6
13
20
27
MAR. 6
13
20
27
APRIL 3
10
17
24
MAY 1
8
15
22
29
JUNE 5
12
19
26
JULY 3
10

TOTALS

PERCENT OF
TOTAL


BOAT TRUCK


15,109
78,327
228,620
75,942
124,449
138,762
64,809
117,690
130,015
159,438
137,172
150,690
231,006
227,030
203,572
196,414
91,050
125,642
244,921
302,971
248,898
248,500
235,776
206,752
190,848
145,124
133,991
118,883
133,991
118,495
106,159
150,690
261,621
255,259
213,909
172,956
151,883
113,714
75,146
31,808
21,868
19,085
9,940
1?988
6,041
6,410,903


0
400
11,600
34,000
42,000
51,200
48,000
69,600
76,o00
66,400
56, 00
53,600
68,400
59,200
59,200
61,600
50,400
55,600
90,000
12S,400
117,200
110,000
107,200
106,800
112,600
118,400
111,200
101,200
99,200
117,200
99,600
96,000
121,200
106,400
96,000
97,600
106,000
86,000
57,600
31,200
12,000
7,600
3,200
400
0


800
9,200
23,200
16,800
18,400
24,000
22,400
22,800
29,200
30,000
28,800
40,000
30,000
36,000
40,000
43,600
16,800
22;400
32,000
40,800
46,000
48,000
40,400
50,4o00
48,400
46,400
45,600
43,200'
39,200
52,400
44,000
40,400
44,000
33,200
28,800
32,800
23,600
18,400
12,800
7,200
4,000
2,400
2,400
1,200
400


3,106,800 1,284,400


28.8% 11.9%


*- BASE, RAIL 397,6'BOXES PER CAR. BOAT AND TRUCK 400 BOXES.


(13)


TOTALS

15,909
87,927
263,420
126,742
184,849
213,962
135,209
210,090
236,015
255,838
222,772
244,290
329,406
322,230
302,772
301,614
158,250
203,642
366,921
472;171
412,098
400,100
333,376
363,952
352,048
309,924
290,791
263,283
272,391
28, 085
249,759
237,090
427,621
394,859
339,509
303,356
281,483
218,114
145,546
70,208
37,868
29,085
15,540
3,588
400

10,802103


% SEASON'S
SHIPMENTS

0.1
0.8
2.4
1,2
1,7
2.0
1.3
1.9
2,2
2.4
2.1
2.3
3.0
3.0
2.8
2.8
1.5
1.9
3..4
4.3
3.8
3.7
3.5
3.4
3.3
2.9
2.7
2.4
2.5
2.7
2.3
2.7
4.,
3.7
3.1
2.8
2.6
2.1
1.3
0.6
0.4
0.3
0.1
0.0
0.0




100.0%















STATE OF FLORIDA
SHIPMENTS WEEKLY IN BOXES
WITH PERCENTAGE OF EACH WEEK'S MOVEMENTS TO TOTAL
SEASON 1936-37

DANGER I NES


WEEK ENDING
OCT. 24
31
NOV. 7
14
21
20
DEc. 5
12
19
26
JAN. 2
9
16
23
30
FEBe 6
13
20
27
MAR. 6
13
20
27
APR. 3
10
17

TOTALS

PERCENT
OF TOTAL


*RAIL

777
5,048
8,931
33,006
104,841
100,181
132,799
162,309
19! ,820
74,165
100, 81
119,596
84,650
78,048
75,330
103,288
86,203
47,373
45,431
25,628
12,037
7,766
o
1,165
0
0

1,600,573


BOAT

0
400
5,200
10,000
32,400
36,800
42,800
52,000
60,000
46,400
49.600
66,400
46,400
48,000
33,200
49,600
43,600
46,800
32,000
20,000
15,200
7,200
5,200
000
800
0

750,800

27.0%


*-BASE, RAIL 388.3 BOXES PER CAR, BOAT AND TRUCK 400 BOXES.


(14)


TRUCK

0
800
2,800
5,600
11,200
12.800
24,800
37,200
51 600
28.400
20,00
21,600
18.800
18,400
19 200
25,600
25,200
24;800
22,000
20;800
16,000
10,000
8,000
2,800
1,600
400

430,400


-ILLL


TOTAL

777
6,248
16,931
48,606
148,441
149,781
200;399
251-509
30~,420
148,965
169,781
207,596
149,850
144,448
127;730
178,488
155,003
118,973
99,431
66,428
43,237
24,966
13,200
4,765
2,400
400

2,78l1773


% SEASON'S
SHIPMENTS

0.0
0,2
0.6
1.7
5.3
5.4
7.2
9.o
10.9
5.4
6.1
7.4
5.4
5.2
4.6
6.4
5.6
4.3
3.6
2,4
1.6
0.9
0.5
0.2
0.1
0.0



100,0














STATE OF FLORIDA
SHIPMENTS WEEKLY IN BOXES
WITH PERCENTAGE OF EACH WEEK'S MOVEMENTS TO TOTAL
SEASON 1936-37

ALL VARIETIES


WEEK ENDING

SEPT. 5
12
19
26
OcT. 3
10
17
24
31
Nov. 7
14
2!
28
DEC. 5
12
19
26
JAN. 2
9
16
23
30
FEB. 6
13
20
27
MARCH 6
13
20
27
APRIL 3
10
17
24
MAY 1
8
15
22
29
JUNE 5
12
19
26
JULY 3
10


TOTALS

PERCENT
OF TOTAL


RAIL

15,109
78,327
228,620
75,942
129,498
165,950
161,909
290,526
363,053
494,237
447,107
631,114
472,176
717,934
809,045
872,569
270,860
372,630
642,612
714,654
635,336
680,770
656,775
512,401
474,368
397,961
406,641
394,644
473,839
445,906
343,471
393,440
512,139
511,991
449,668
401,335
332,101
267,132
240,604
137,453
103,044
68,023
31,302
7,426
0

16,831,652


546ff7


BOAT TRUCK


0
400
11,600
34,000
42,800
56,400
77,200
161,200
212,400
176,800
194,800
220,000
245,200
256,400
298,800
288,800
180,800
182,400
311,200
374,000
412,400
369,200
381,600
328,800
353,600
324,000
298,000
264,000
257,200
283,200
259,600
269,200
308,800
290,400
299,200
318,000
326,000
257,600
223,600
176,400
121,200
97,600
59,200
38,400
21,600


800
9,600
23,600
18,400
28,000
40,800
59,200
70,800
87,200
90,400
110,400
143,200
110,400
177,600
217,200
316,800
165,200
101,200
120,400
140,000
160,800
157,600
160,400
157,200
150,400
149,200
151,200
136,000
116,400
128,400
97,200
95,200
98,000
81,200
80,400
84,000
60,800
52,400
4,000
28,800
22,400
18,400
9,200
6,000
2,400


TOTALS

15,909
88,327
263,820
128,342
200,298
263,150
298,309
522,528
662,653
761,437
752,307
994,314
827,776
1,151,934
1,325,045
1,478,169
616,860
656,238
1,074,212
1,228,654
1,208,536
1,207,570
1,198,775
998,401
978,368
871,161
855,841
794,644
847,439
857,506
700,271
757,840
918,939
883,591
829,268
803,335
718,901
577,132
508,204
342,653
246,644
184,023
99,702
51,826
24,000


9,664,000 4,279,200 .30,774,852


31.4% 13.9%


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% SEASON'S
SHIPMENTS

0.1
0.3
0.9
0.4
o,7
0.9
1.0
1.7
2.2
2.5
2.5
3.2
2.7
3.7
4.3
4.8
2.0
2.1
3.4
3.9
3.8
3.9
3.8
3.2
3.2
2.8
2.8
2.6
2.6
2.8
2.8
2.3
2.5
3.0
2.9
2.7
2.6
2.3
1.9
1.7
1.1
0,8
0.6
0.3
0,2
0.1



100.o













TOTAL SEASON'S SHIPMENTS
WITH AMOUNTS MOVING BY DIFFERENT CARRIERS
FOUR SEASONS

FLORIDA ORANGES, GRAPEFRUIT, AND TANGERINES
(IN BOXES)


IL
RANGES
GRAPEFRUIT
'ANGER INES

fO rAL

30 \T
):ANG ES
3SlAPEFRU IT
': ANGER N ES


FRR i K
()RANGES
(iRAPFEFRUIT
ANGERR INES


O'i ALS
(RANGES
(FAPEFRU IT
SANGER INES

.RIND TOTAL


,4. IkERY
CRANG ES
GR A. pvl-yjT

TO1AL

AV RAGE BOXES
PER CAR
RAIL
30AT
TRUCK


1936-37
SHIPMENTS PRCT.
8,820,176 51.3
6,410,903 59.3
1,600o573 571


16,831,652



5,806,400
3,106,800
750,800

9j664,ooo



2,564,400
1,284,400
430,400

4,279,200



17,190,976
10,802,103
2,781,773

30,774,852



620,185
6,685,327

0I 2,512


1935-36
SHIPMENTS PRCT.
6,582,516 46.2
3,313,826 47.7
1,027,539 55.9


54,7 10,933,881


33.8
28.8
27.0


5,143,200
2,599,200
584,400


36.1
37.4
31.5


_1.4 8,326,800


14.9
11.9
15.5





100.0
100.0
100,0
100.0

100,0
LO.o -0.


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

3,775,600



14,236,916
6,943,826
1,855,53?

23,036,281



212,744
3,646,324

3,859,068


391.8
400.0
400.0


C IABINED


17.7
14.9
12.6

16.4



100.0
100.0
100.0


1934-35
SH I PMENTS PRCT.
5,457,585 38.9
3,986,220 45.9
816 427 48.5


10,260,232



5,646,800
3,581,600
599,600

9,828,000



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

4,276,360



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

24,364,5?2



177,937
5,603,996

5,781,933


390.0
400.0
400.0

395.2


42.1



40.4
41.2
35.6

40.3



20.7
12.9
-1539


1933-34
SHIPMENTS PRCT.
6,989:234 47.7
4,543,977 60.4
1,047$039 57. 8


12,5860,20



5,333,760
2,287,800
520,200

8141,760



2,328,120
686,880
2442080


17.6 3,252,080


100.0
100.0
100.0


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


100.0 23,981,0o0


52 .4


36.4
30.5
28.7

34.0



15.9
9.1
13.5
13.6



100.0
loo,o
100,0
100.0

loo.o


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


387.8
400.0
400.0

395.0


413.1
360.0
360.0
386.0


NMTE: BOXES FOR SEASON 1936-37 BASE_ ON THE FOLLOWING LOADS BY VARIETIESt RAIL SHIPMENTS ORANGES
388.4 BOXES, GRAPEFRUIT 397.6 BOXES, TANGERINES 388.3 BOXES. COMBINED 395.5 BOXES, BOAT
AND TRUCK 400 BOXES ON ALL VARIETIES. EXPRESS SHIPMENTS HAVE BEEN INCLUDED IN RAIL SHIP-
MENTS.


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CERTIFIED SHIPMENTS FROM AUG., 24, 1936 THRU JUNE 30, 1937
AS RELEASED BY CITRUS INSPECTION BUREAU
(IN BOXES)


COUNTY

ALACHUA.*..*** ....

BREVARD.........*.

BROWARD....e.....

CITRUS............

DADE.............

DE SOTO*..........

DUVAL.............

HARDEE....**.....

HERNANDOO.........

HIGHLANOS ........

HILLSBORO.........

INDIAN RIVER*,,.*.

LAKE..............

LEte..........*...

MANATEE..........

MARION............

ORANGE.........*,.

OSCEOLA...*......*

PALM BEACH........

PASCO.............

PINELLAS..........

POLK........*.....
PUTNAMu..........

ST. JOHNS.........

ST. LUCIE.........

SARASOTA**..****..

SEMINOLE.....*****

SUMTER......... .4

VOLUSIA...........

MISCELLANEOUS..*..

TOTAL.. ........


ORANGES

57,537
534,225
61,429

4,603

79,740
324,802

160,163

170,913
41,576

278,651

588,177
229,412

1,852,459

120,622

1 89,41 5

678,774

3,529,813

74,797
34,143
418,433

552,989
5,437,598
179,420
24,550

316,966

1,156

729,183
30,639

681,782


17,384,022


GRAPEFRUIT
2,881

355,518

7,777
1,183

142,787

43,884

52,288

4,039

14,969

209,278

179,713

758,028
692,832

161,623

390,179

85,491

974,387
24,532
40,846

209,403

1,000,972
3,621,309
20,369

2,827

559,00oo9
25

149,351

5,524
89,161
10

2,808.1??


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TANGERINES

4,131

34,300

2,138

342

4,032

29,816

29,137
12,662

64,439

39,108

63,084

52,246

238,295

3,812
2,630

32,840

673,682
21,471

6,406

67,363
80,502

825,033

47,778
2,249

78,533
17

95,727

3,547
212,782

2
2?728,105


TOTALS

64,549

924,043

71,344
6,128

226,559

398,502
241,588

187,614

120,984

527,037

830,974

1,039,686

2,783,586
286,097

582,224

797,105

5,177,882
120,800

81,395

695,199

1,642,463

9,883,940
247,567
29,626

954,508

1,198

974,261

39,710
983,725
26

29,920,322








TOTAL CITRUS CROP MOVEMENT
RAIL, AND BOAT SHIPMENTS
IN BOXES


SEASONS
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
1 906-07
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
S1926-27
1927-28
1928-29
1929-30
1930-31
1931-32
1932-33
1933-34
1934-35
1935-36
1936-37


*-- ORANGES ONLY (REVISED)

NOTE' TRUCK, CANNERY & LOCALLY CONSUME CIYRUS NOT iNlClDtj.,


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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
20,556,524
20,884,890
20,088,232
19,260,681
26,495,652


*.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
1 8,303,54
17,508,414
21, 525,042
7,908,978
18,216,198
16,4a3,6.98
22,319,682
13,662,726
23,546,292
22,007,370
22,4.6,938
S23,113,860
26,409,306-
21,677,344
33,878,922
21,161,448
30,8o5,236
28,927,436 .
27,280.76
t6,486,460
324n63,9o8
P7,827,184
S1477s9,832 (As OP
SEPTr 19,1937)










GROSS F.O.8 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
f936-37


NOTE: TRUCK, CANNERY AN! Lo CALL CONSUMED CITRUS NOT INCLUDEms



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


AMOUNT

$72,898,879.00
56,724,637o00
46,081,338.00
45,914,345,00

36,877,896o00
47,499,006.00


BOXES
6,100,000
4,600,000
4,750,000
8,125,000
7,956,ooo
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
16,588,000
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
26,221,696


AMOUNT

t 9,699,000o00
8,740,000.00
11,685,000.00
17,956,000,00
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
35,1!7,028.00
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
53,611,677.00


SEASONS
1936-37

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


NO.BOXES
40,601,208
29,462,052
32,835,854
29,276,287
28,409,630
24,443,523


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FLORIDA CANNED CITRUS PRODUCTION


FOR PAST EIGHT SEASONS


CONVERTED,
GRAPEFRUIT
JUICE

3,918,604

1,758,497
2,236,726
610,115

727,803
247,652
412,066

173,934


TO REPRESENT CASES
GRAPEFRUIT
SECTIONS

4,057,672
2,251,775

3,588,042
2,184,577

2,182,597

907,323
2,712,489
1,316,738


OF 24 CANS,
ORANGE
JUICE
498,206
162,452
240,967

57,678

37,258
36,362
61,110

37,552


NO. 2 SIZE
TOTAL
CASES

**-8,833,839
-*-4,322,876

6,065,735
2,852,370

2,947,658

1,191,337
3,185,665
1,528,224


*"-IN'CLUDES 87,758 CASES CITRUS SALAD AND 271,599 CASES COMBINATION ORANGE AND GRAPEFRUIT JUICE.
*.-INCLUDES 65,194 CASES CITRUS SALAD AND 84,958 CASES COMBINATION ORANGE AND GRAPEFRUIT JUICE.


FLORIDA CANNED GRAPEFRUIT SECTIONS
PRODUCTION FOR PAST SEVENTEEN SEASONS

CONVERTED TO REPRESENT CASES OF 24 CANS, NO. 2 SIZE
SEASONS NO. CASES
1936-37 4,057,672
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
1925-26 400,000
1924-25 -350,000
1923-24 200,000
1922-23 150.,000
1921-22 3,000
1920-21 2,000


SUM MARY 0 F F I E L D B X ES USE D 1936-37

GFAPEFRUIT USE9 FOR CANNING FRUIT AND SALAD................... ...,,....,............ ..3,018,503
i; APEFRUIT USE9 FOR JUICE AND COMBINATION JUICE.......o......... ......... ............. ...3,704,250
i, C.NGES US&9 FOR JUICE, CITRUS SALAD AND COMBINATION JUICE.......................... ... 550,337
:'(TAL FIELD BOXES USED...................... ..... ....... ........... ......................7273,090


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S ASONS

1 336..37
1 )35-.36

1 34-.35
1 )33-34
1 132-33

1 ':31-32
1 130-31
1 '29-30


NO.FIELD
BOXES USED

7,273,090

3,859,068
5,781,933
2,424,906
2,644,115

966,533
2,954,056
1,676,437















FLORIDA STATE AUCTION SALES
BY AUCTION MARKETS
THREE SEASONS


ORANGES
NEW YORK
PH LADELPHIA
Bosi oN;
P ITTS3URGH
CL FV ELAND
CH CAGO
ST; LOUIS
CINCINNATI
DEYRo 'T
BALTIMORE

COMBINED



GRAPEFRUIT

NEW YORK
PH;L.ADELPHIA
BoSTON
PITTS3URGH
CLEVELAND
CH!CAGO
ST. Louis
CINC INNAT I
DETRO IT
BALT! MORE


1936-3_7 _
CARS ,_ 3G.

9,112 3,23
3,164 3.15
1,657 3.28
429 3,12
824 3,21
1,080 3-33
264 :.01
708 3,12
412 3.27
282 2,98

17,932 3.21


5,376
1,650
956
274
415
494
151
423
307
151


2.24
2.06
2,22
2.14
2.29
2.58
2,53
2,24
2.41
2.12


1935-.-6
CARE AVG,

7, 5.3 3,02
2,624 '.-93
1,551 3.02
340 2, '5
55) 3,G4
878 3.15
S249 2.72
555 2.87
271 3.08
240 2.92

14,780 3.00


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


2 67
2,38
2,49
2.40
2,54
2,6a
2.40
2,32
2,62
2,28


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


4,893
1,326
898
389
403
721
200
444
350
1 35


2,04
1.81
1.93
1.94
2.09
2,19
2,,05
1.92
2.10
1.86


10,197 2.23


7,765 2.57


9,759 2.00


*-TANGERINES

NEW YORK
PHILADELPHIA
BOSTON
PITTSBURGH
CLEVER LAND
CHioAGO
ST, LOUIS
C INC INNAT I
DETRO IT
BALT!MORE


3,424 2.20


2,398 2.70


2,197 2.36


* STANDARD BOX BASIS.

NOTE: ALL ABOVE AVERAGES ARE ON DELIVERED BASIS.


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COMB INED


1,557
572
196
210
193
306
103
138
116
33


2.24
2.06
2,10
2.38
2.18
2.28
2.20
2.16
2.32
1 92


1,124
365
157
139
116
217
54
113
87
26


COMBINED


2.70
2.64
2.60
2.80
2.84
2.72
2,64
2.68
2,82
2.46


1,071
356
132
136
71
155
66
108
71
31


2.36
2.20
2.24
2.50
2,54
2 50
2.52
2.40
2.56
2,44






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

(FROM REPORT ISSUED BY FORREST C. GRAVES, STATE COORDINATOR, OCT. 5, 1934)


ORANGE


J_ !ARING TREES
2( YRs.& OVER
1( TO 20 YEARS
11 TO 15 YEARS
6 0o 1b YEARS
5 YEARS
4 YEARS
TOTAL BEARING

'ION-BEAR ING
TREES
3 (EARS
2 (EARS
1 EAR
LE..S THAN 1 YR.

0 -BEhAR ING
: ;'N-.BEARING

J-0 AL TREES



31 ,,;I NGAC.RES
;( VRS.& OVER
i1 to 20 YRS.
11 TO 15 YRS.
STO 10 YRS.
YEARS
YEARS
rOTAL BEARING

S3N-IBEAR ING
ACRES
3 Y ARS
2 YEARS
1 YEAR
-ES: THAN 1 YR.
roT V_-
ION EAR ING

ruT.\. ACRES


EARLY &
MID-SEASON
2,145,107
918,001
1,603,941
1,521,242
326,736
264,145


LATE
457,164
1,007,378
1,867,201
1,686,051
352,197
188,410


67.1, 5.558,401


313,119
349,444
326,854
206,907


207,545
315,965
184,128
730,280


1,196,324 837,918
15.0 13.1

7,97,46 6z2.396,31


S GRAP E FRU IT STATE
EARLY & TOTAL
TOTALS MID-SEASON LATE TOTALS TANGERINE ALL
2,602,271 8e,912 144,938 1,033,850 168,968 3,805,089
1,925,379 1,070,058 296,067 1,366,125 180,060 3,471/564
3,/471,142 819,190 521,580 1,340,770 533,477 5,345,389
3,207,293 404,253 584,938 989,191 608,862 4,805;~46
678,933 106,564 132,598 239.162 59p455 977:550
452,555 108f456 112,891 221,347 38o073 711,975

12, 37,57. ?t3?2943 1,793,012 15? 0,445 1,588,895 19,116,-91


520,664 88,777 119,302 208,079
665,409 53,383 67,317 120,700
510,982 62,347 83,540 145,887
337,187 31,290 50,731 82,021


2,034,242


235,797 320,890


19,932 748,675
15,291 801,400
6,119 662,988
2,916 422,124


556,687 44,258 2,635,187


14.2 6.5 15.2 9.7 2.Z 12.1

14 ? 371 363p)230 2,113,902 5,747,132 1,633,153 21,752,100


33,698 7,182 40,880 13,965 2,277
14,422 15,826 30,248 16,810 4,651
25,197 29,333 54,530 12,869 8,194
23,898 26,487 50,385 6,351 9,189
5,133 5,533 10,666 1,674 2,083
4,150 296 7110 1,704 1,773
106,498 87,321 19 .81 28,167


4,919
5,490
5,135
3,250


3,260
4,964
2,893
2,045


8,179
10,454
8,028
5,295


18,794 130162 1, 956

125,292 100,483 225,775


1,395
839
979
490


1,874
1,058
1,312
795


16,242
21,461
21,063
15,540
3,757

81,540



3,269
1,897
2,291
1,285


2,654
2,829
8,381
9,565
934

24,961



317
243
96
46


59,776
54,538
83,974
75,490
15,357
11,185
300,320



11,765
12,594
10,415
6,626


3.,03 5,039 8,742 702 41,400

57,07 33,206 90,282 25,663 341,720


-rT, PRODUCTION 12,234,153 7,579,817 1,813,970 11,10,577 4,759,212 15,868,789 2,582,659 38,265,418
. Or LATE FRUIT 38% 30%


:l-TTYIEL PER TREE # 1.5
AEf AGE NO. TREES PER ACRE
E.T.YIELD PER ACRE 98
CTO/L PROPERTY IES
,VG,NO.TREES PER PROPERTY
AVG, NOACRES PER PROPERTY
; 9Asis TOTAL TREES


1.4

88


3.1 2,3


33201
655
10.3


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1.I
63.65
S112






TOTAL FLORIDA CITRUS PLANTINGS


COMPILED BY THE ASSOCIATED CITRUS GROWERS & SHIPPERS OF FLORIDA, LAKELAND, FLORIDA.
NOTE: FIGURES INDICATE THE NUMBER OF TREES, HOTH BEARING AI? NON-BEARINO AND WERE TAKEN FROM REPORT
OF FORREST C. GRAVES, STATE COORDINATOR, ISSUED OCTOBER 5, 1934. THE SURVEY OF CITRUS PROPERTIES,
FROM WHICH THESE FIGURES RESULTED, WAS MADE DURING THE LATE SUMMER MONTHS AND EARLY FALL OF 1934,


ORANGES


LATE TOTAL
(TREES) (TREES)


2,235
219,541
207,203
10,193
4,663
5,158
99,666
109,111
3,116
804


COUNTY


ALACHUA
BREVARD
BROWARD
CHARLOTTE
CITRUS
COLLIER
DAoE
DESOTO
FLAGLER
3LArES
H-ARDEE
HENRY
-1ER NANDO
-I HIGHLANDS
! ILLSBORO
IND. RIVER
LAKE
I.EE
LEVY
MANATEE


61,631
652,194
232,551
38,923
48,785
9,507
113,697
383,629
13,941
1,847


501,018
36,133
73,550
539,754
907,576
220,597
1,341,774
174,882
1,171
237,313


GR
EARLY &
MIDSEASON
(TREES)


4,102
137,824
6,631
9,325
5,605
11,307
172,149
76,120
698
273


44,296
10,468
21,056
190,166
126,654
143,825
262,126
120,434
45
260,589


A P E F R U I T_

LATE TOTAL TANGERINE TOTALS
(TREES) (TREES) (TREES) (TREES)


150
83,402
5,574
1,798
48
100
2,156
6,905
192
10


6,871
764
4,639
117,696
93,248
232,717
235,421
45,475
62,880


4,252
221,226
12,205
11,123
5,653
11,407
174,305
83,025
890
283


51,167
11,232
25,695
307,862
219,902
376,542
497,547
165,909
45
323,369


7,287
34,051
6,755
5,394
4,927
3
15,170
41,120
7,246
74
49,301
397
64,052
54,822
77,181
28,519
159,816
5,445
42
6,058


73,170
907,471
251,511
55,440
59,365
20,917
303,172
507,774
22,077
2,204
601 486
47,762
163,297
902,438
1,204,659
625,658
1,999,137
346,236
1,258
566,740


MAR ION 577,672 47,794 625,466 42,203 13,167 55,370 47,891 728,727
MARTIN 50,648 1,065 51,713 22,638 589 23,227 1,574 76,154
ORANGE 1,140,527 692,349 1,832,876 151,763 77,635 229,398 208,161 2,270,435
OSCEOLA 133,175 57,871 191,046 35,786 11,148 46,934 30,172 268,152
PALM BEACH 17,631 28,130 45,761 6,003 15,291 21,294 6,125 73,180
PAsCO 134,236 172,284 306,520 49,273 41,639 90,912 33,277 430,709
PINELLAS 175,613 212,933 380,546 312,049 206,413 518,462 37,963 944,971
POLK 1,232,679 2,058,281 3,290,960 1,151,000 618,754 1,769,754 371,279 5,431,993
PUTNAM 219,140 40,195 259,335 22,813 4,437 27,250 43,358 329,943
:iAR ASOTA 55,741 86,338 142,079 27,427 38,777 66,204 688 208,971
SEWINOLE 332,763 77,846 410,609 39,861 15,571 55,432 57,982 524,023
ST. LUCIE 130,216 232,282 362,498 91,810 149,669 241,479 57,033 661,010
!;T. JOHNS 15,497 2,036 17,533 1,046 175 1,221 532 19,286
SUWTER 106,187 12,861 119,048 5,342 2,046 8,188 5,345 132,581
VOLUSIA 525,096 212,256 737,352 ,70,622 17,745 88,367 164,114 989,833


TOTAL
TREES


,975,496 6,396,319 14,371,815 3,633,230 2,113,902 57747,132 1,633,153 21,752,100


FLORIDA CITRUS PLANTINGS
SHOWING IN PERCENTAGES, THE RELATIVE PROPORTION OF TREES OF VARIOUS STAGES OF MATURITY.


TREE AGES
(INCLUSIVE)

.0 YEARS & OVER
16 TO 19 YEARS
11 TO 15 YEARS
6 TO 10 YEARS
4 TO 5 YEARS
HEARING
NON-B EAR ING


hOT FULL BEARING
(10 YEARS & YOUNGER)


ORANGES
EARLY A
MIDSEASON LATE TOTAL
26.9 7.1 18.1
11.5 15.7 13.4
20.1 29.2 24.1
19.1 26.4 22.3
7.4 8.5 7.9
85.0 86.9 85.8
15.0 13.1 14,2
100% 100% 1o00


41.5 48.0 44.4

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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 90.3
6.5 15.2 9.7
oo00% 1000 100


23.5 54.5 34.9


TANGERINE
7-0
10.3
11.0
32.7
37.3
6.0
97.3
2.7
100*


TOTAL
ALL

17.5
15.9
24.6
22.1
7.8
87.9
12.1
100%


153,767
17,777
25,921
373,536
400,521
120,849
486,611
98,305
122,821


EARLY &
MIDSEASON
(TREES)


59,396
432,653
25,348
28,730
44,122
4,349
14,031
274,518
10,825
1,043
347,251
18,356
47,629
166,218
507,055
99,748
855,163
76,577
1,171
114,492


46.0 42.0








CALIFORNIA CITRUS ACREAGE
REPORTED BY
CALIFORNIA COOPERATIVE CROP REPORTING SERVICE


ORANGES
NON-
BEARING BEARING TOTAL
193,595 24,121 217,716
197,435 25,831 223,266
201,785 28,474 230,259
207,125 31,861 238,986
207,692 31,309 239,081
211,346 2!,491 239,837
214,749 24,852 239,601
214,284 23,716 238,000


LEMONS 1936-37 BEARING
NON-BEARING


TOTAL


G R A P E F R U IT
NON-
DEARING BEARING TOTAL
9,139 5,854 14,993
10,771 4,497 15,268
10,990 5,192 16,182
11,796 6,195 17,991
12,561 6,249 16,810
12,648 6,008 18,656
14,692 5,982 20,674
15,639 4,006 19,645


42,7.57 ACRES
10,422 -'.

61,179


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


UNDER
4 YEARS

3,428
1,729
8
24
95

5,284


TOTAL
ACRES

13,839
7,262
60
31
198

212,390


THE ABOVE ACREAGE BASED ON 86,1 TREES PER ACRE.


ALL CITRUS
FLORIDA
9CALIFORNIA
TEXAS
ARIZONA
ALABAMA
*LOUISANA
*MISSISSIPPI
PUERTO RICO


U. S. CITRUS ACREAGE
ALL VARIETIES 1935
NON
BEARING BEARING
ACRES PRCT. ACRES PRCT.


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


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 PRCT.


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 1200


Z INCLUDES LEMONS.
* ESTIMATED.


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SEASONS
1929-30
1930-31
1931-32
1932-33
1933-34
1934-35
1935-36
1936-37


CALIFORNIA


TOTAL














TEXAS CITRUS SURVEY
As OF APRIL 1, 1934


VAR IETY

GRAPEFRJ IT

ORANGES

OTHER CITRUS

TOTAL


NUMBER TREES
4 YEARS UNDER
& OVER 4 YEARS


TOTAL
TREES


3,98i,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

5,48e 16,023 21,511
402 1,580 1,982

5g,3o3 45,060 2j6


*-8ASED ON 86 TREES PER ACRE THE AVERAGE USED BY GOVERNMENT IN THE ARIZONA SURVEY,



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


VAR IETY
SATSUMA ORANGES


BEAR ING NON-BEARING
4,500 2,000


NOTE_ ACREAGE GREATLY REDUCED PAST FEW YEARS, LARGE PERCENTAGE
OF GROVES POORLY CARED FOR*


ISLE OF PINES AND CUBA CITRUS ACREAGE


THE TOTAL AREA OF CULTIVATED GRAPEFRUIT GROVES IN CUBA D01 NOT EXCEED 1,500 ACRES BE-
FORE THE HURRICANE OF JULY 1933, OF THE C,500 ACRES ABOUT 1,200 ARE LOCATED ON THE ISLE OF PINESo.
ESTIMATES FOR THE ISLAND RANGE FROM 1,100 TO 1,800 ACRES BUT ORIGINAL PLANTING 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 DESTROYEDo
ORANGES ARE NOT CULTIVATED COMMERCIALLY TO.ANY GREAT EXTENT IN EITHER PUERTO RICO OR
CkBA, BUT ARE ALLOWED TO GROW WILD* A CONSIDERABLE VOLUME OF FRUIT, HOWEVER, (S HARVESTED FROM
THE WILD TREES BUT THE QUANTITY VARIES WIOELY. THE 1930 CENSUS GAVE ORANGE TREES IN PUERTO RICO
AS 1,940,807 TREES. THIS WOULD BE AROUND 30,000 ACRES*


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....................................=..r~
0...
. . . . . ....


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 8S BEL6EVIfO BY MANY GROWERS THAT THE TOTAL CROP WAS 1,400,000 BOXES.
THE LAST CENSUS OF TREES WAS COMPLETED JANUARY 1I 1933. THIS CENSUS WAS VERY COM-
ptl.F'T.f.THEES 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 HAS BEEN NO NEW PLANTINGS SINCE THAT DATE, ON ACCOUNT OF HURRICANE DAMAGE AND LACK
OF PROPER FINANCE TO CARE FOR GROVES THE THEN BEARING TREES HAVE PROBABLY BEEN REDUCED TO
425,000 THE TREES THAT WERE THEN 3 TO 6 YEARS OF AGE TO 200,00 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 905 OF OUR
CROP IS WILD ORANGES, GROWING IN THE MOUNTAIN DISTRICTS OF PUERTO RICO. THERE MUST 6E SOME-
WHERE BETWEEN 800,000 AND 1,000,000 OF THESE TREES. THESE TREES ARE NOT PRUNED, SPRAYED OR
FERTILIZED; 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 T) 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 OK 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 INCREASED 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 RENDIMENT FOR SECTIONS RUNS
EtrTfWF'N 30 AND 35 CAsrs.E PR f.TN, THE RENDIME'NT FOR JUICE IS ABOUT 224- CASES PER TON.


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FLORIDA AUCTION SALES
CARS AND AVERAGES
SEASON 1936-37


ORANGES
NEW YORK
PHILADELPHIA
BOSTON
PITTSBURGH
CLEVELAND
CHICAGO
ST. LOUIS
CINCINNA I
DETROIT
BALTIMORE
TOTAL

CO: %o0N GRFRUIT
NEW YORK
PHILADELPHIA
BOSTON
PITTSBURGH
CLEVELAND
CHICAGO
ST. LOUis
CINCINNATI
DETROIT
BALTIMORE
TOTAL

M. S. GRFRUIT
NEW YORK
PHILADELPHIA
BOSTON
PITTSBURGH
CLEVELAND
CHICAGO
ST. LOUIS
CINCINNATI
DETROIT
BALTIMORE
TOTAL

TOTAL GRFRUIT.
NEW YORK
PHILADELPHIA
BOSTON
PITTSBURGH
CLEVELAND
CHICAGO
ST. LoUIS
CINCINNATI
DETROIT
BALTIMORE
TOTALS


IND.R. #1
CARS AVG.
1,114 3.69
176 3.66
166 3.59
5 2.79
3 3.43
3 3.49
o 0
7 3.81
7 3.55
1 3-78
1,42 3.7
.


594
62
117
6
1
2
0
4
8
0

794


793
88
75
1
2
8
o
4
8
0

979


1,387
150
192
7
3
10
0
o
8
16
0

1zm2


2.23
2.12
2.21
2.27
2.18
2.54
0
2.35
2,49
0
2.22


2.87
2,66
2.70
2.27
2.55
2.93
0
2,74
3*18
0
2.84


2,60
2.44
2,40
2.27
2.43
2.85
0
2.55
2.84
0
2.56
-I


IND, R. #2
CARS AVG.
428 3.29
70 3.37
233 3.47
1 2.03
6 3.40
3 3.37
0 0
4 3.50
5 3.40
0 0

__750


268
60
173
7
11
3
o
3
5
1




490
85
244
0
5
5
0
0
3
1

833


758
145
417
7
16
8
0
3
8
2

1,364


1.89
1.88
2 01
2,02
2.08
1.68
0
1,90
2.15

1.93


2,44
2,48
2,53
0
2.45
2.22
0
0
3*15
2.04




2.25
2,23
2,31
2,02
2,20
2.02
0
1,96
1.96
2,26
=-


*-TANGERINES
(4/5 BU.BOXES)
NEW YORK ..............*....... ..****** ******
PHILADELPHIA......*..*.,..*............*******
BOSTON. ... 4.... 9.......* **************
PITTSBURGH..,,...,* .99* ,,,*** ** '* *** ***,'
CLEVELAND,,.,**,,4..4*.4**..*9***************
CH I CAGO................*... *r ** .*****.*****
ST. LOUIS*... ... 9...*.,,. 99., ** **.4*.v9 \
CINCINNATI,......,... *... ...... 9 .** ** ****r
DETROIT,... .*. ...** .* *** ** ******* ******
BALTIMORE. ... ..** .*.***. ... ..... .... ****
TOTAL.. ... .... .......... .* .* .*.. *.. **T ...*


OTHERS #i
CARS AVG.
2,775 3.19
1,477 3.23
557 3,34
123 3.23
276 3.39
544 3.44.
34 3.02
296 3*28
82 3.24
61 3.02
6.225 3.25


737
424
90
63
93
84
3
97
34
58.
1,683


633
270
49
35
54
181
23
57
36
11
1,349


1.95
1.94
1.88
2.04
2.18
2.27'
2,54
2,13
2.25
2.08
2.00


2.45
2.31
2,42
2.60
2.74
2.86
2.79
2.64
2.81
2.65

2.51


1,370 2.18
694 2.09
139 2.07
98 2.24
147 2.38
265 2.67
26 2.76
154 2.31
70 2.54
__6 2.17
53032

NUMBER 1's
CARS AVG,
690 1,26
309 1,14
79 1.14
84 ,1 31
74 1,17
142 ,.1,9
9 1,22
51 1,20
40 1,25
1 1.11
1 481- 1,21


OTHERS,#2
CARS AVG.
4,795 3.16
1,441 2.99
701 3.09
300 3.08
539 3.12
530 3.22
230 3.01
401 2.98
318 3.27
220 2.96
9,475 .11


720
366
119
92
119
52
25
126
86
4-9
1.,754


1,141
295
89
70
130
159
100
132
127
31
2,274


1,861
661
208
162
249
211
125
258
213
80
4 028


1.75
1.74
1.76
1.90
1.99
1.94
1.97
2.02
1.95
1.84
1.82


2.21
2.12
2.24
2.30
2.47
2,64
2062
2,36
2.58
246
2.30


2.03
1.91
1.97
2.08
2.24
2.47
2.49
2.19
2.33
2.08
2.0
,==9~5


NUMBER.2'S
CARS AVG.
866,- 1,02
263 91
117 ,98
126 1 11
119 1.05
164 1.09
94 1.08
87 1*01
76 1.12
,30 _t9
1 942 0


COMBINED
CARS AVG.
9,112 3.23
3,164 3.15
1,657 3.28
429 3.-12
824 3.21
1,080 3,33
264 3,01
708 3.12
412 3.27
282 2.98

172932 3.21


2,319
912
499
168
224
141
28
230
133
108
4,762


3,057
738
457
106
191
353
123
193
174
43

dLt22


1.95
1.87
1.97
1.97
2,08
2.14
2;03
2.07
2.07
1.97
1.96



2.30
2.49
2.49
2.54
2.76
2.65
2,45
2.66
2. 50
2.47


5,376 2.24
1,650 2.06
956 2.22
274 2,14
415 2.29
494 2.58
151 2.53
423 2.24
307 2.41
151 2.12
10 97 2.23

TOTAL
CARS AVG.
1,557 1.12
572 1.03
196 1.05
210 1.19
193 1,09
306 1,14
103 1.10
138 1.08
116 1,16
.__2 .96
3,424 1l.l


*-SEGREATION BY SECTIONS UNAVAILABLE.
NOTE: ABOVE AVERAGES ARE DELIVERED PRICES,


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RECORD OF COMMERCIAL PRODUCTION
OF CITRUS IN THE STATE OF FLA.
FOR SEVEN SEASONS


RAIL, BOAT
AND TRUCK
SHIPMENTS
30,774,852
23,002,052
24,478,921
24,133,890
23,186,930
21,439,685
29,869,945

FLORIDA CITRUS
ESTIMATE OF CITRUS
BOAT AND TRUCK ANC
CONSUMED LOCALLY


CANNERY
7,305,512
3,900,000
5,781,933
2,667,397
2,800,000
966,533
2,954,056


PRODUCTION
SHIPPED BY RAIL
THAT CANNED AND
- SEVEN SEASONS


SEASONS

*1936-37 NUMBER
NET TO

1935-36 NUMBER
NET TO

1934-35 NUMBER
NET TO

1,933-34 NUMBER
NET TO

1932-33 NUMBER
NET TO

1931-32 NUMBER
NET TO


BOXES
GROWER

BOXES
GROWER

BOXES
GROWER

BOXES
GROWER

BoxES
GROWER

BOXES
GROWER


1930-31 NUMBER BOXES
NET TO GROWER


(INTEREST, TAXES AND
ORANGES

18,990,976
$1.15

15,864,588
.88

15,589,039
.53

16,170,996
.42

14,964,800
.14

12,548,987
.71

16,617,881
49


DEPRECIATION EXCLUDED)


GRAPEFRUIT

18,502,103
$ .40
11,504,067
.46

15,243,060
.01

11,113,200
.23

11,925,630
.11-

10,431,424
.22

16,661,332
.08


TANGERINES

3,106,773
$ .05-

2,093,397
.42

2,003,755
.21

1,992,091
.29

1,519,200
.18..

1,465,807
.05

1,744,788
.06-


NOTE: THE ABOVE TABLES WERE COMPILED FROM REPORTS ISSUED BY THE FLORIDA STATE
MARKETING BUREAU, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA,

'*TENTATIVE, FIGURES SUPPLIES BY FLORIDA CITRUS Exc#ANE. F MARKETING BUREAU ANNUAL
REPORT NOT ISSUED AT DATE-or RELEASE OC ABOVE DATA,
/Av ac Dnc .o OAIf M "r.sr .(-), Nf)NATE RED INK.


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SEASONS
*1936-37
1935-36
1934-35
1933-34
1932-33
1931-32
1930-31


TOTALS
38,080,364
26,902,052
30,?50,854
26,8a1,287
25,986,930
22,406,218
32,824,001


TOTALS

40,599,852
$ .72
29,462,052
.69

32,835,854
.27

29,276,287
.34

28,409,630
.02

24,443,523
.46

35,024,001
.27











FLORIDA RAIL AND, BOAT SHIPMENTS
ESTIMATE OF NET RETURNS TO FLORIDA
GROWER PER BOX FOR RAIL & BOAT
SHIPMENTS FOR PAST 7 SEASONS

(INTEREST, TAXES AND DEPRECIATION EXCLUDED)


SEASONS

*1936-37 NUMBER BOXES
FOB AVERAGE
NET TO GROWER

1935-36 NUMBER BOXES
FOB AVERAGE
NET TO GROWER

1934-35 NUMBER BOXES
FOB AVERAGE
NET TO GROWER

1933-34 NUMBER BOXES
FOB AVERAGE
NET TO GROWER

1932-33 NUMBER BOXES
FOB AVERAGE
NET TO GROWER

1931-32 NUMBER BOXES
FOB AVERAGE
NET TO GROWER

1930-31 NUMBER BOXES
FOB AVERAGE
NET TO GROWER

7 YEAR NUMBER BOXES
AVERAGE FOB AVERAGE
NET TO GROWER


ORANGES

14,626,576
$2.50
1.15

11,714,588
2,30
.90

11,094,459
1.85
.50

12,401,563
1.71
.38

11,728,800
1.48
.10

9,904,145
2.30
.75

14,000,130
2.15
.57
12,210,037
2.05
.63


GRAPEFRUIT

9,517,703
$1.55
.40

5,936,067
1,87
.61

7,577,053
1.29
.08

6,981 916
1.51
*29

7,266,430
1.16
.07-

7,821,313
1.50
.25

11,841,987
1.50
.09

8,134,638
1.48
.22


TANGERINES

2,351,373
$1.51
.14-

1,561,397
2.00
.35
1,461,049
/1.66
.16

1,501,411
1.80
.19

1,181,520
1.42
.30-

1,188,707
2.05
.05

1,387,828
1.95
.09--

1,521,897
1.75
.03


NOTE: THE ABOVE TABLES WERE COMPILED FROM REPORTS ISSUED BY THE FLORIDA STATE
MARKETING BUREAU, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

*TENTATIVE, FIGURES SUPPLIED BY FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE. MARKETING BUREAU ANNUAL
REPORT NOT ISSUED AT DATE OF RELEASE OF ABOVE DATA.

AVERAGES FOLLOWED BY A DASH MARK(-), INDICATE RED INK.

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN "FOB AVERAGE" AND "NET TO GROWER" IN ABOVE TABLE IS REPRESENTED
BY COST OF PRODUCTION AND COST OF PICKING, HAULING, PACKING, SELLING, AND OTHER ORDI-
NARY AVERAGE MARKETING CHARGES. THESE CHARGES ARE SEGREATED AND LISTED INTO TWO MAIN
GROUPS IN THE AUCTION SALES TABLE ON THE FOLLOWING PAGE.


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TOTALS

26,495,652
$2.07
.77

19,232,052
2.14
.76

20,132,561
1.63
.32

20,884,o90
1.65
.34

20,176,750
1.36
.02

18,914,165
1.95
.50

27,229,945
1.86
.33

21,866,572
1.82
.44




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P6ORIDA AUCTION SALES AVERAGES
AUCTION REPORT OF SALES OF FLORIDA FRUIT IN
AUCTION CITIES WITH ESTIMATED'NET TO GROWERS,


VARIETY, ETC.

ORANGES
AVERAGE DELIVERED
TRANSPORTATION
OTHER CHARGES (A)

NET TO GROWER

GRAPEFRUIT
AVERAGES DELIVERED
TRANSPORTAT ION
OTHER CHARGES IA

NET TO GROWER

DANGER INES
AVERAGES DELIVERED
TRANSPORTATION
OTHER CHARGES IA)


NET TO GROWER


TOTALL AVERAGE
AVERAGE DELIVERED
TRANSPORTATION
OTHER CHARGES (A)
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1936-37


$3.21
.67
.93
*42




2.23
.67
.85
230
.41


2.20
.67
1.15
.12-
.12-


1935-3k


$3.00
.67
,95
.45_




2.57
.67
.87

.64


2.70
.67
1.10
.35
.38


$2.78 $2.84
.67 .67
.92 .94
38 .44


NET TO GROWER $ .81 $ .7

I*-EXCLUOING INTEREST, DEPRECIATION AND TAXES.)

NTE-.: (A) INDICATES COST OF PICKING, MAULING,


AVERAGE MARKETING CHARGES.


1934-35

$2.56
.75
.90
445
.46


2,00
.75
,84

,04


2.36
.75
.95
.55

.11




$2.35
.75
.88
243

$ .29


1933-34

$2.70
.75
.87
.46-

.62


2.39
.75
.83

S.42


2*40
.75
1.05
,56
.04




$2.57
.75
.87
.44

$ .51


1932.-3


$2.44
.90
.90
.48
.16


2.06
.90
.85
__-2^-.
.07-


2.48
.90
1.16
.56

.14-



$2.31
*90
.90
.45

$ .06


PACKING, SELLING, AND OTHER


(B) INDICATES COST PRODUCTION, EXCLUDING INTEREST, TAXES AND
DEPRECIATION.

"OTHER CHARGES," WERE SECURED FROM ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE FLORIDA STATE
MARKETING BUREAU EXCEPT SEASON 1936-37, WHICH ARE TENTATIVE
FIGURES.

AVERAGES FOLLOWED BY A DASH(-) INDICATE RED INK.


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1931-32


$3.30
1.o00
.95
.60

.75


2.47
1.00
.85
.40

,22


2.98
1,00
1,25
.75

.02-



- $2.94
1.00
.92


$ .49


1930-31


$3.40
1.00
1.10
.48

.82


2.54
1.00
1.05
.36




3.06
1.00
1.50
.54

.02




$3.05
1.00
1.10
.43

$.52


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