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Title: Statistical bulletin
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 29-37 cm
Language: English
Creator: Florida Citrus Exchange
Florida Citrus Exchange -- Statistical Dept
Publisher: The Exchange
Place of Publication: <Tampa Fla.>
Creation Date: 1937
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Subjects / Keywords: Citrus fruit industry -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Statement of Responsibility: Florida Citrus Exchange.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -1940/41.
Issuing Body: Issued by Statistical Dept., 1936/37-1940/41.
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FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE

STATISTICAL BULLETIN

SEASON 1937-38









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Issued September 22, 1938

Statistical Department,
FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE































FOREWORD


We have compiled and herewith submit

statistical reports covering classi-

fied shipments of oitrus fruits from the

state as a whole and by the Florida Citrus

Exchange, during the season of 1937-38, to-

gether with other information concerning the

Exchange and the citrus industry.



FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE




Secretary










TABLE OF P CONTENTS

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

Exchange Volume by Districts and Varieties..........,,............... .............. 2

Exchange comparison of tonnage by varieties for five seasons in boxes.........2......... 2

Exchange District comparative volume ........... ............... ...... ............ 3

Exchange comparative statement of volume by varieties........... ,...............*..... 3

Exchange statement of decay by varieties according to distriets...........** .............* 3

Exchange volume by varieties seasons 1909-10 thru 1937-38, in boxes,...***** ... .......... 4

State of Florida carlot shipments seasons 1909.10 thru 1937-38............*******.......* 5

Exchange carlot movement rail, boat and truck by months, comparative...................... 6

Florida State oarlpt movement rail, boat and truck by months comparative,................ 7

Exchange FOB averages Florida each season since 1909,by varieties........................ 8

Florida shipment in boxes indicating percent moved by various carriers9e................. 9

Florida certified shipments by counties, by varieties in boxes.......*.....,............. 10

Florida rail and boat and California orange shipments each season since 1886............. 11

Florida FOB gross returns on rail and boat shipments each season since 1909-10.......... 12

Florida gross revenue from all citrus including proportion of transportation charges...... 12

Estimated net returns to Florida growers for different types of shipments................. 13

Florida citrus cannery production.,,.....................o............................... 14

Florida citrus used by all canners, by weeks and to date...........,*..................... 15

Exchange analysis of different types of containers used past four seasonse..6.......... 16

Exchange analysis of shipments by sizes indicating percentage each size.****....** ...*...* 17

Exchange grade analysis on packed shipments.**.******.*,***... .. .. ,.*****************..*** 18

Florida auction sales and averages each auction market three seasons.................... 19

~Texas citrus output rail and boat, truck, and canneries, five seasons.e................... 20

Lemons and Limes, production and farm price Florida and California..................... 21

United States total tree production of oranges by states 1889 thru 1938............ *..... 22

United States total tree production of grapefruit by states 1889 thru 1938...0............ 23

Estimated bearing acreage Grapefruit with percentage by age groups.................... 24

Estimated bearing acreage Oranges with percentage by age groups.....**.........*.......... 24

Estimated bearing acreage Tangerines with percentage by age groups..*........ ......... 25

Texas citrus census of Lewer Rio Orande Valley by counties and varieties................. 26

Texas citrus acreage and summary of bearing acreage in United States by states............ 27

California citrus acreage table eight seasons by varieties.................... ..... 28

Arizona citrus acreage survey of 1935e..*....*...* .......* ............................ 28

United States citrus acreage of all citrus 1935 census.......2............ ........... 28


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W. LI Tilden
K. W. Hurley
C. H. Walker
W. M. Moseley
L. L. Lowry
C. C. Commander
L. D. Aulls
S. L. Looney
O0 M. Felix
Counts Johnson


OFFICERS, DIRECTORS AND HEADS
OF DEPARTMENTS FLORIDA CITRUS
EXCHANGE SEASON 1?38-p



President & Chairman of the Board
Firqt Vice President
Second Vice P resident
Third Vise President
Fourth Vice President
General Manager
Traffic Manager
Treasurer-Comptroller
Secretary
Attorney


SUB-EXCHANGE

Indian River
Florence
For't Pierce
International
Lake
Lake Apopka
Lake Region
North Pinellas
Oratnge
Pi::ellas
?lymiouth
?o3.k
3ocnlo
3St Johns River
West Coast
'Tinter
Special, State-at-Large


DIRECTOR

H. G. Putnam
W. C. VanClief
We M. Moseley
Le Lo Lowry
E. Fe DeBusk
A. We Hurley
Frd T. Henderson
S. A. Whitesell P. 0. Box 179
J. C. Palmer
John S. Taylor, Jr,
Wma G. Geler
D. A. Hunt
C. H. Walker
R. Jo Kepler, Jr.
W. W. Raymond
H. E. Cornell
We Le Tilden


Orlando
Winter Garden
Bartow
Fort Pierce
Winter Haven
Tampa
Tampa
Tampa
Tampa
Tampa


ADDRESS

Oak Hill
Winter Haven
Fort Pierce
Winter Haven
Oainesville
Winter Garden
Winter Haven
Largo
Windemere
Largo
Windermere
Lake Wales
Bartow
DeLand
Alva
Winter Haven
Orlando















FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE SHIPMENTS
AS INDICATED BY SHIPPING REGISTER
STATISTICAL DEPARTMENT
FINAL REPORT
Season 1937-38


DISTRICTSS


#2

#3
#4
INT. FRUIT CORP.
RAIIAN'D TOTALS

'O(TALS LAST SEASON

N CREASE
I CREASE


ORANGES

2,001,671

1,476,592*
760,6024*

593,479
318,636

,0150,941

4,005,94*1
1,145,039


GRAPEFRUIT

322,271*
946,231

385,194-
569,507o
202,261*

2t425,466

3,8214420-

1 -yy4F


FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
TONNAGE BY VARIETIES FOR 5 SEASONS


19P7-38 1936-37 1235-36


VARIETY
Early & Mid-
Season Oranges
Valencias

Common Grapefruit
M. So Grapefruit
Tangerines
Tetnples
T TALS


2,800,600

2,350,381
1,352,1314

1,073,344
492,551*

52,187
8,121,1895


TANGS.

100,8334
200,7161

96,233
67,755
27,013

492,55"~t

697,01o


204,468


PRCT.

30.1
3246
15.3

15.3

6,7
100.0


TEMPLES

17,364
21,949

1305*-
11,524*
44

52,187




25167


TOTALS
2,442,140

2,645,489

1,243,335t
1,242,266

547,955
8,121 18,16-

8,601,735i


480,50


2,210,s597'

1, 795,344
2,298,973
1,522,447*

697,019 -

77,354
8,601,739


2,049,133
1,422,225
1,271,825
802,934
463,1876

40,920
6,050,2244-


1934-35

2,225,530*
1,128,911

1,538,054*
713,089
488,097

34,918
6t128,600


1933-34

1,883,764
1,211,648
1,261,141
469,094
449,123


5,338.476t
















DISTRICTS
#1
2IT



INT. FRUIT CORP.
TOTALS


FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF SHIPMENTS
BY DISTRICTS SEASONS. 193.38 & 1936-37

19 7-38 1936-37 GAIN
2,442,140 2o159,773 282,366*
2,645,489 3,192,127
1,243,333 1,484,373
1,242,266 1,170,957 71,309
547,955 ,594t60 _
8,121,18 8s,601473 353,679

TOTAL NET LOSS 480,550


UAR ETY
ORANGES

GRAPEFRUIT

TANGERINES

TEMP LES

'OTALI


COMPARATIVE STATEMENT
BY VARIETIES

19;7-38

5,150,981 4
2,425,466

492,551-
52,187

8121.18^


1936-37 GAIN
#,005,941- 1,145,03*9

),821,420,
697,01*9

77,t4

TOTAL NET 114OSS 0,50
TOTAL NET LOSS 480,510


FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
STATEMENT OF DECAY
EXPRESSED IN PERCENTAGES


DISTRICTSS

i:1
#2




INT. FRUIT CORP.





:1CFREASE


LOSS_


546,638
241,,037


46,550
'384&22


LOSS


1,395,954-
204,468

25,167

It625,58?i


ORGS.

0.27
0.22

0.17
0*06

.032
0.21


0.25
0.04
ggg


GRFT.
0,29
0.26

0.20
0.06

0.28

0.19



0.1
O.4-1


36-37
TOTAL

0.31
0.45
0.41

0.15

0.34
J24LO


TANGS

0.15
0.46

0*11
0.19

0.02



0,88

0.61


37-38
TOTAL
0,26

0.25

0.17
0.07


0.21


0.34

4--i


DECREASE
0.05
0.20
0,24
0.08
0.01
000,
0001J


TEMPS.

0.23
0.41

0.00
0.12
0.00

0.27


1.07

0.80












FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
VOLUME BY VARIETIES
AS MANIFESTED TO TAMPA OFFICE


: 3ASONS

.9051-10
.C10-11
:.911-12
:912-13
913-14
] 914.415
3 915-16
]316-17
3] 17-18
118-19
1 19-20
5120-21
1921-22
1 922..23
11923-24
1924..25
1925.26
1926..27
1 ;27.-28
1 ?28..29
1)29-30
1 930-31
1 )31-32
1 32..33
1)33-.34
1 134-35
11:35-.36
1136.,37
11,:7-38


2'1 YEAR TOTALS


ORANGES

1,143#189
523,196
570,309
1,212,603
1,039,187
1,129,370
1,082,372
768,512
652,209
1,217,596
1,753,682
2,072,829
1,809,099
2,473310
3;2619130
2,874,172
2,165,969
2,214,044
1,839,460
3,714,318
2,832,644
5,247,468
3,594,501
3,733,565
3,159,118
3,389,360
3,512,083
4,083,296
5,203t168

68e271,759


(BOXES)
GRAPEFRUIT

321,357
289,768
163,848
526,939
418,414
758,495
592,883
486,507
479,228
933,027
1,900,423
1,620,943
1,861,643
2,480,336
2,084,096
3,099,938
1,821,758
2,376,142
1,837,498
3,131,826
2,430,825
4,308,100
2,876,954
2,452,142
1,730,235
2,251,143
2,074,954
3,821,420
204254466

51,556,310


TANGERINES

17,812
19,345
7,760
40,758
23,870
57,737
60,167
34,965
53,274
87,461
116,406
212,069
135,200
252,264
203,013
401,649
205,589
270,762
198,912
434,028
285,444
719,315
709,850
550,709
449,124
488,097
463,188
697,020
492,551

7,688e 39


TOTALS
1,482,358
832,309
741,917
1,780,300
1,481,471
1,945,602
1,735,422
12289,984
14184,711
2,238,084
3,770,511
3,905,841
3,805,942
5,205,910
5,548,241
6,375,759
4,193,316
4,860,948
3,875,870
7,280;172
5#548,913
10,274,883
7,181,305
6,736,416
5,338,477
6,128,600
6,050,225
8,601,736
8,121,185

127t516,408


AVG.LOAD
PER CAR

323*5
328.5
321;7
341,5
341.7
337.7
334.2
344,9
344.0
348.0
353.0
366,7
360.8
359.0
353;7
358.0
365.6
360.7
359.7
367.9
368.3
370.6
384.3
371.8
387.0
395.6
396.1
395.1
396.2

369g2



















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
1936-37
1937-38


*.Fruit fly season restrictions limited tnuok shipments*


STATE OF FLORIDA
RAIL & BOAT SHIPMENTS
(CARLOTS)

ORANGES GRFRUIT TANGS TOTALS
14,471 4,073 225 18,769
8,903 4,926 325 14,154
11,224 3,230 161 14,615
16,038 6,971 541 23,550
16,147 6,496 391 23,034
16,308 10,965 843 28,116
15,139 8,297 825 24,261
13,214 8,358 599 22,171
8,914 6,536 728 16,178
15,515 9,275 1,006 25,796
18,368 15,278 1,076 34,722
20,820 14,167 1,680 36,667
18,948 16,667 1,330 36,945
25,091 20,000 1,853 46,944
34,330 20,727 1,385 56,442
25,875 21,293 2,248 49,416
20,508 15,320 1,623 37,451
24,163 18,866 2,116 45,145
18,919 16,020 1,900 36,839
35,276 24,561 3,443 63,280
21,289 16,252 1,772 39,313
38,892 30,441 5,238 74,571
24,806 20,241 4,206 49,253
30,948 19,904 4,415 55,367
31,574 17,434 4,131 53,139
28,217 19,251 3,582 51,050
29,706 15,130 4,014 48,850
37,225 23,891 5,999 67,115
46,490 16,958 4,406 67,854



TRUCK SHIPMENTS
236 142 22 400
743 581 65 1,389
1,445 666 111 2,222
2,708 1,250 208 4,166
180 83 14 277
4,800 2,400 800 8,000
4,372 2,641 415 7,428
5,150 2,650 486 8,288
6,452 1,898 675 9,025
7,227 2,792 669 10,668
6,278 2,577 584 9,439
6,411 3,211 1,076 10,698
8,602 3,086 745 12,433


1925-26
1926-27
1927-28
1928-29
*1929-30
1930-31
1931-32
1932-33
1933-34
1934-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38












FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
CARLOT SHIPMENTS BY MONTHS
(INCLUDING PROPORTION OF MIXED CARS)
ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES TOTALS
CARS BY RAIL CARS BY BOAT CARS BY TRUCK TOTAL CARS
VARIETY & MONTH 8 3 7 37-8 3-7 3637 37-38 36 -37
ORANGES t
September 14 0 0 0 6 3 20 3
October 577 323 43 165 81 54 701 542
November 678 746 295 211 148 106 1121 1063
December 866 719 461 350 279 209 1606 1278
January 721 744 577 633 198 119 1496 1496
February 959 599 593 565 260 112 1812 1276
March 1086 676 473 587 312 105 1871 1368
April 1128 629 632 667 253 74 2013 1370
May 807 546 662 644 182 56 1651 1246
June 292 221 447 240 80 20 819 481
July 2 124 6 4 2 171 10
TOTALS 7171 _55 4 4068 180 860

(tRAPEFRUITt
September 252 354 15 24 28 45 295 423
October 342 307 43 169 56 82 441 558
November 206 582 100 140 51 103 357 825
December 175 512 137 155 71 112 383 779
January 191 861 197 325 78 133 466 1319
February 180 503 255 304 89 140 524 947
March 251 300 301 340 118 147 70 787
April 254 577 223 328 89 128 566 1033
May 303 534 198 268 81 71 582 873
June 122 77 60 14 29 12 211 103
July 4 0 2 0 1 0 0
JOTALS 2280 467 1531 2067 691 973 4502 7647

1ANGERINESt
October 0 7 0 0 0 0 0
November 42 186 37 44 11 27 90 247
December 357 362 119 194 77 107 553 663
January 174 214 167 173 46 61 387 448
February 74 153 98 128 26 69 198 350
March 8 16 14 40 5 38 27 94
April 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 3
qOTALS 655 938 436 580 165 30M 1256 1822

COMBINED:
September 266 354 15 24 34 48 315 426
October 919 637 86 334 137 136 1142 1107
November 926 1514 432 395 210 236 1568 2145
December 1398 1593 717 699 427 428 2542 2720
January 1086 1819 941 1131 322 313 2349 3263
February 1213 1255 946 997 375 321 2534 2573
March 1345 992 788 967 435 290 2568 2249
April 1382 1206 856 996 342 204 2580 2406
May 1110 1080 860 912 263 127 2233 2119
June 414 298 507 254 109 32 1030 584
July 2 126 6 178 0
TOTALS
30MBINED 10106 10750 6274 6715 259 2137 19039 9602











STATE OF FLORIDA
SHIPMENTS BY MONTHS
(INCLUDING PROPORTION OF MIXED CARS)
ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES TOTALS


VARIETY & MONTH
)RAONES
September
October
November
December
January
February#
March
April
May
June
July
0CTALS

CBAPEFRUIT:
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
T IALS

T NGERINES
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
T1 !!A LS

COMiBINED:
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
TOTALS
CC CIB I:ED


CARS BY RAIL
3A-31 3637


61
2484
3226
4539
3647
4713
5188
4228
2634
745

3156


788
1885
1063
1274
1284
1110
1368
1384
1022
275
14


1
1361
3113
3547
3458
2516
3160
2853
2052
640
8

22709

1185
1296
1874
1950
2748
1973
1142
2341
1416
196
-a_


CARS BY BOAT
37-38 36237


4
185
1107
1280
1705
2057
2147
2499
2477
1341




65
212
365
470
709
690
854
980
820
304
22


==16124


1
182
1737
790
353
42
0


i7
741
1519
1012
722
111
0


0
109
367
477
307
41
0


3105 4122 301


849
4370
4471
7550
5721
6176
6598
5612
3656
1020
-as


1186
2674
5728
7016
7218
5211
4413
5194
3468
836
11


69
397
1581
2117
2891
3054
3042
347?
3297
1645
124


0
655
1314
1565
2230
1898
1696
1960
2102
980
116




675
623
672
1217
1093
1153
1128
926
120
1

7767

1
222
572
547
427
104
4




159
1331
2159
2809
3994
3418
2953
3092
3028
1100
--II


CARS BY TRUCK
372328 362.3


32
446
799
1697
1048
1161
1353
1009
7.63
281
-1
8602


123
299
*344
355
397
406
450
359
269
90


90


51
356
189
leo
122
26
1




155
745
1194
2408
1634
1689
1829
1369
1023
371
16


21
406
789
1555
889
831
787
552
419
146
16
6411


147
270
341
368
439
463
486
423
235
38
1


TOTAL CARS
27-38 36-37


97
3115
5132
7516
6400
7931
8688
7736
5874
2367

55092


f 6f
976
2396
1772
2099
2390
2206
2672
2723
2102
669
_2.


3211 20044


2
95
380
211
244
136
8


1
342
2460
1456
782
109
1


1076 1 LZZo


168
678
1225
2303
1539
1538
1409
983
654
184
17


1073
5512
7246
12075
10246
10919
11469
10460
7976
3036
275


46108 42955 2174 24160 12


22
2422
$216
6667
6577
5245
5643
5365
4573
1766
140



1491
2241
2838
2990
4404
3529
2781
3892
2577
354

27102

20
1058
2471
1770
1393
351
12


1513
4683
9112
12128
12751
10167
8775
9269
7150
2120
__ 14


L6928 L0287 77813












AVERAGES AT TAMPA OFFICE ON PACKED FRUIT
Seasons 1909-10 To 1937-38


SEASONS
1909-10
&910-11
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
1936-37
1937 38


ORANGES
$1.15
1.51
1.93
1*97
1,69
1.47
1,47

1.99

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
2.54
1.59


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
1,54


*-Tangerine averages are for
Standard box basis.


whble 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
1.98
1*82
1.52
1.71
1.65
2.07
1.55
1*85


TOTAL
$1.34
1,65
2.21
1496
1.83
1.42
i.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
1.60










TOTAL SEASON'S SHIPMENTS
WITH AMOUNTS MOVING BY DIFFERENT CARRIERS
Three Seasons

FLORIDA ORANGES, GRAPEPRUIT,AND TANGERINES
(In Boxes)


1937-38
SHIPMENTS PRCT.
12,257,191 56.5
4,446,987 56.4
1,209,152 _596
17,1bW,337 -L6


HAIL
Oranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines
rotlE- Rail

DtOAT
Oranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines
"ota.l Boat

'1IUC K
Oranges
Grrapefruit
Tangerine s
!'ote,1 Truck

'OTA.LS
Oranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines

IRA1WI TOTALS

'ANNERY
Oranges
Gr apefruit

otel1 Capnery

I7ERAGE LOADS
RAIL
Oranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines
Total Rail

33AT & TRUCK

ILL CARRIERS
Oranges
(rapefruit
Tangerines


5,981,600
2,196,400
520t400




3,440,800
1,234,400
298,000


27.6
27.9

27,6


15.9
15.7
14.7


4,973,200 15.7


21,679,591
7,877,787
2,027,559

31,584,937


1,250,336
6,045,221

7,295,627



388.7
387.8
389.4


400.0


393.5
393.0
394.6
993.4


SOMP INED


100.0
100.0
100.0

100.0


1936-37
SHIPMENTS PRCT.
8,820,176 51.3
6,410,903 59.3
1,600,572 5t
16t831,652 54_ 7


5,806,400
3,106,800
750,800
9,664,000


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


33.8
28.8

31.4


14 9
11.9
Jibi


4,279,200 13.9


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

10,774,852


550,337
6,722,752

7,273,090



388.4
397.6
388.3
?5.5

400.0


394.0
398*6
9_232


100.0
100.0
100,0
100.0

100.0


1m35-34
SHIPMENTS PRCT.
6,582,516 46.2
3,313,826 47.7
1,07,53? 559
10o,33,881 45


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

8A326,e00


2,511,200
1,030,800
233,600
23,6oo

3,7?5,600


14,236,916
6,943,826
1,855, 3;
23,036,281


212,744
3,646(324


36.1
37*4


_36.1


17.7
14.9
12.6
16.4


100.0
100.0

100.0


390.7
383.9
406.4

390,0
400.0
V-


395.6
392.2
403.*

395.2


VOTEI Express shipments included with Rail.












CERTIFIED SHIPMENTS FROM SEPT. 1, 1937 THRU JUNE 30, 1938
AS RELEASED BY CITRUS INSPECTION BUREAU
(IN BOXES)


COUNTY

ALACHUA......... ...

BREVARD............

BROWARD.............

CI]TRUS... .... .....

COLLIER..........o. ,

DADE..........o.....

DESOTO..... ..... ..

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

HARDEE.... .........

HERNANDO............

HIOHLANDS.....o.....

HILLSBORO...,......

INDIAN RIVER .......
LAKE.................

LEE,...............
MANATEE.............

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

ORANGE........... ..,
OSCEOLA,............

PALM BEACH.,........
PASCO...............

PINELLAS.......... ..

POLK ...............
PUTNAM..............

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

ST, LUCIE,..........
SEMINOLE.,..........

SUMTER. ..... ......

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

MISCELLANEOUS......

TOTALS............


PRANOES

50,607

797,204

54,739
16,635

5
112,645

357,108
323,001

71,877
54,817

507,032
848,960

313,719
2,185,927

93,426
165,614
626,409

4,663,083
108,153
28,777

467,373
666,008

6,532,387
214,865

16b,79
445,228

929,998
41,740

553)267

72005

21,253,688


GRAPEFRUIT

1,837
314,826

4,850

1,665
6,191

127,066

30,467

73,966
1,086

6,590
214,879

226,729

514,136
690,084

125,912
196,761

65,393

883,265
28,662
18,006

192,848

432,522

3.204,387

31,439
562

446,968

130,518

3,781
69,)41
2,690


TANGERINES

556
27,611

J1,552
359
0

6,581

28,962

40,126

11,866

32,424
34,242

40,840

58,121
117,238

2,672

833
12,830

499,991
12,138
6,966

33,356
43,623

751,171
15,073
413

90,090
48,291

551

49,635



1 ,6920 5


TOTALS

53,000

1,199,641
61,141

18,679
6,196
246,292

416,537

437,093
84,829

93,831

756,153

1,116,529

885,976
2,993,249
222,010

363,208

704,632

6,046,339

148,953

53,749

693,577
1,142,153

10,487,945
261,377

17,054
982,286

1,108,807

46,072
672,243

10,78?














TOTAL CITRUS CROP MOVEMENT
RAIL AND BOAT SHIPMENTS
IN BOXES


SEASONS FLORIDA
1886-87 1,260,000
1887-88 1,450,000
1888-89 1,950,000
1889-90 2,150,000
1890.91 2,450,000
1891.92 2,713,180
1892-93 3,450,000
1893-94 5,055,367
1894-95 2,808,187
1895.96 147,000
1896.97 218,379
1897-98 358,966
1898-99 252,000
1899*00 274,000
1900-01 352,600
1901-02 .974,033
1902-03 1,147,491
1903-04 1,954,954
1904*05 2,961,p92
1905-06 3,794,133
1906-07 3,801,101
1907.08 3,250,000
1908*09 4,634,000
1909-10 6,100,000
1910-11 4,600,00
1911-12 4,750,000
1912193 8,125,000
1913-14 7,946,926
1914-15 9,700,000
1915-16 8,370,000
1916-17 7,649,049
1917-18 5,581,309
1918-19 8,407,680
911920 12,495,925
1920.21 12,109#320
1921-22 11,888,280
1922.23 16,886,701
1923-24 20,399,614
1924-25 17,781,120
1925-26 14,694,120
1926-27 16,588,800
1927-28 13,635,360
1928-29 23,239,645
1929-30 14,214,600
1930-31 27,2290945
1931-32 18,914,165
1932-33 20,596,524
1933-34 20,884,890
1934-35 20,088,232
1935.36 19,260,681
1936-37 26,495,652
1937-38 26,611,737

e-ORANGES ONLY (REVISED)
NOTE: TRUCK, CANNERY & LOCALLY CONSUMED


*-CALIFORNIA
840,560
957,600
1,067,040
1,33,800
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
7,747,660
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
27,827,184
19,652,094
29,036,700 (AS OP-
SEPT 12, 1938)


CITRUS NOT INCLUDED.


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ESTIMATED GROSS P.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
1936-37
1937-38


BOXES
6,100,000
4,600,000
4,750,000
8,125,000
7,956,000
9,700,000
8,370,000
7,649,000
5,581,000
8,407,680
12,495,925
12,109,320
11,888,280
16,886,701
20,399,614
17,781,120
14,694,120
16,588,800
13,635,360
23,239.645
14,214,600
27,229,945
18,914,165
20,596,524
20,884,890
20,088,232
19,260,681
26,221,696
S26,317,533


NOTEt Truck, Cannery and Locally consumed Citrus not included*


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


BOXES
40,939,629
40,601,208
29,462,052
32,835,854
29,276,287
28,409,630
24,443,523


AMOUNT
057,379,3)5.00
72,898,879.00
56,724,637.00
4(,081,338.00
45,914,345.00
36,877,896.00
47,499,006.00


AMOUNT

$ 9,699,000.00
6,740,000.00
11,685,000.00
17,558,00o.00
16,550,406,00
16,199,000.00
18,497,700*00
17,286,000.00
20,706,656,39
31,696,953.60
45,235,248.50
35,117,028.00
40,657,917.60
48,464,831.87
42,337,220.98
53,165,548.40
48,658,032.00
42,887,340,00
51,424,100.00
49,035,794.00
45,399,313.00
50,569,525.00
36,948,352.00
27,465,441.00
34,451,906*00
32,724,488400
41,206,791.00
53,611,677.00
41,370,281.00


SEASONS
1937-38
1936-37
1935-36
1934-35
1933-34
1932-33
1931-32


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ESTIMATED NET RETURNS TO FLORIDA GROWERS ON TREE,
ACCORDING TO RELEASE OF FLORIDA STATE MARKETING BUREAU
AFTER DEDUCTING PRODUCTION COST, PICKING, HAULING, PACKING
TRANSPORTATION AND MARKETING COSTS, BUT EXCLUDING INTEREST
TAXES AND DEPRECIATION

SEASONS TYPE OF SHIPMENT ORANGES -RFRUIT TANGS. COMBINED

1937-38 Rail and Boat $ .30 $ .35 $ *18 *305
Truck *11 *21 *09.- 12
Cannery l15- .03. *05-
Local .24 29 .16 .25
TOTAL CROP .25 .18 .14 *22

1936-37 Rail and Boat 1.15 ,35 *20- .75
Truck .85 *27 .20. .57
Cannery .68 10 .15
Local .78 .20 o05- .5M
TOTAL CROP 1.06 *25 .18- .61

1935.36 Rail and Boat .90 .61 *35 .76
Truck *90 .*56 .70 680
Cannery .40 ,19 e .20
Local *80 .46 .60 .67
TOTAI CROP .88 4 6 .42 .69

1934.35 Rail and Boat 50 *08 .&6 .32
Truck 65 .18 .35 .53
Cannery .20 .12o l11l
Local .5 .06 *30 *36
TOTAL CROP .53 .01 .21 027

1933-34 Rail and Boat .38 .29 .19 .336
Truck .59 .31 .64 .54
Cannery .19 .02 .02
Local .54 6 .54 .48
TOTAL CROP .42 .23 .29 .34

1932-33 Rail and Boat .10 .07- .30. .015
Truck .32 .08o .24 .22
Cannery .07 621. *21-
Local .27 .13. .19 .11
TOTAL CROP .14 .11. .18- .02

NOTE: Averages followed by a dash (.), indicate red ink.


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FLORIDA CANNED CITRUS PRODUCTION


FOR PAST NINE SEASONS


CONVERTED TO REPRESENT CASES OF 24


GRAPEFRUIT GRAPEFRUIT
JUICE SEGMENTS

3,370,002 3,419,226
3,918,604 4,057,672

1,758,497 2,251,775
2,236,726 3,588,042
610,115 2,184,577

727,803 2,182,597
247,652 907,323
412,066 2,712,489

173,934 1,316,738


ORANGE
JUICE

806,183
498,206
162,452
240,967

57,678
37,258

36,362
61,110

37,552


CANS. NO. 2 SIZE


TOTAL
CASES

(1)-8,260,441
(2)-8,833,839

(3) -4,322,876
6,065,735
2,852,370

2,947,658

1,191,337

3,185,665
1,528,224


(1) Includes 84,271 oases Citrus Salad, 547,329 oases combination Orange and
Grapefruit Juise and 33,430 cases Orange segments*
(2) Includes 87,758 cases Citrus Salad and 271,599 cases combination Orange
and Grapefruit Juiee.
(3) Includes 65,194 oases Citrus Salad and 84,958 oases combination Orange and
Grapefruit Juice,
S *

FLORIDA CANNED GRAPEFRUIT SEGMENTS
PRODUCTION FOR PAST EIGHTEEN SEASONS

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

1937-38 3,419,226
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


S U M MA R Y


n' WTrE L D O XE S US ED 1917r18


GRAPEFRUIT USED FOR CANNING FRUIT AND SALAD........................
GRAPEFRUIT USED FOR JUICE AND COMBINATION JUICE.......................
ORANGES USED FOR JUICE, CITRUS SALAD, COMBINATION JUICE AND SEGMENTS*.
TOTAL FIELD BOXES USED.,,.......,,*.....S, ........................*

(14)


SEASONS

1937-38
1936-37
1935-36
1934-35

1933-34
1932-33
1931-32

1930-31
1929.30


NOF.IELD
BOXES USED

7,160,462

7,273,090
3,859,o68
5,781,933
2,424,906
2,644,115

966,533
2.954,056
1,676,437


2,587,675
3,463,877
1,108,910

7,160,462


I


S ~ ~ U M M A R Y, OFF E DB X SU E ,7q














FLORIDA CITRUS USED ALL BANNERS BY WEEKS & TO DATE IN BOXES
1937-38 SEASON

Furnished through the courtesy
of the
Florida Citrus Commissionp Lakeland,. Florida,


ORANGES
WEEK TO DATE


WEEK
ENDING
1937
September 1
to 18
25
October 2
9
16
23
30
November 6
13
20
27
December 4
11
18
25
212B
January 1
8
15
22
29
February 5
12
19
26
March 5
12
19
26
April 2
16
23
30
May 7
14
21
28
June 4
11
18
25
July 2
9
16
23
30


920
4,697
1,345
3,642
5,551
4,152
7,871
8,722
20,128
14,722

17,495
35,179
44,790
46,809
45,687
45,054
50,039
35,282
44,458
48,370
69,135
63,784
64,437
52,606
46,795
59,049
60,260
62,466
34,689
34,628
29,585
33,364
28,183
32,888
33,142
19,988
18,046
9,675
6,794
3,933
1,976


*


920
5,617
6,962
10,604
16,155
20,307
28,178
36,900
57,028
71,750

89,245
124,424
169,214
216,023
261,710
306,764
356,803
392,085
436,543
484,913
554,048
617,832
682,269
734,875
781,670
840,719
900,979
963-445
998,134
1,032,762
1,062,347
1,095,711
1,123,894
1,156,782
1,189,924
1,209,912
1,227,958
1,237,633
-1,244,427
1,248,360
1,250,336


GRAPEFRUIT
WEEK TO DATE


528
2,110
4,752
6,059
6,462
9,763
26,109
29,605
42,114
63,760
61,815
111,111
166,815
164,769
161,460

172,278
251,849
328,563
297,470
290,237
279,941
293,755
305,740
320,823
263,115
253,477
211,497
219,968
194,371
174,268
164,238
132,179
129,573
131,628
102,210
9;P505
96,727-
81,419
66,282
61,402
48,605
42,014
38,417
68,012
59,803
16,693


528
2,638
7,390
13,449
19,911
29,674
55,783
85,388
127,502
191,262
253,077
364,188
531,003
695,772
857,232

1,029,510
1,281,359
1,609,922
1,907,392
2,197,629
2,477,570
2,771,325
3,077,065
3,397,888
3,661,003
3,914,480
4,125,977
4,345,945
4,540,316
4,714,584
4,878,822
5,011,001
5,140,574
5,272,202
.5,374,412
5,465,917
5,562,644
5,644,063
5,710,345
5,771,747
5,820,352
5,862,366
5,900,783
5,968,795
6,028,598
6,045,291


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FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
TYPE OF CONTAINERS AND PERCENTAGE USED
FOUR SEASONS ON PACKED SHIPMENTS


C ONTA I N ER

Standard Boxes

2 Bu. Bruce Boxes

I 3/5! Bu. Bruce Bxsr

4,15 Bu. Nail Boxes

4,'5 Eu. Bruce Boxes

1/',. Straps

1/ Box Bags
1 Bushel Boxes

2/5 Bushel Boxes

88 Bags

54' Bags


1934.1~"
STD.BX.EQUIVALENT
BOXES PRCT.

4,221,442 87.56

97,007 2.01


400,166


12,875

40,478

10,576


21,084

17,670


8.30


0.27

0.84

022


0.44

0.36


1?35-196
STDBX.EQUIVALENT
BOXES PRCT.

3,660,926 75,61

703,130 14.52


399,774 8*26


3,291 0.07

54,773 1l13
146 0.00


5,373 o.11
14,374 0.30


1936.1937
SrD.BX.EQUIVALENT
BOXES PRCT.

4,350,768 67.33

1,447,571 22.40

9,403 0.14

584,374 9.04


52,774 0.82

9,585 0.15
6,050 0.09


1,410 0.02

317 0.01


4,821,298 100.00 4,841,787 100.00 6,462,252 100.00


1937-1"38
STD.BX.EQUIVALENT
BOXES PRCT.

3,323,253 53.09
2,389,047 38.17
66,707 1.o7

382,449 6l11
61,387 0,98
25,266 0.40

9,637 0.15


254 0.00

1,196 0.02
406 0.01

6.259,602 100f00


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FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
ANALYSIS OF SHIPMENTS BY SIZES
INDICATING PERCENTAGE EACH SIZE
(Nine Seasons)

ORANGES


7-8 36-37 35-36 34-35 3-34 32-33 312-2
% *


0.2
1.5
10.4
15.3
20.4
14.8
15,4
13.2
6.0
2t8


0.6
2*8
12.2
16.9
20o1
14.2
14.3
11.2
5.1
2.6


0,1
0.2
3.3
7*9
1505
14.3
19.5
20.3
12.2
_ 1


0.1
0.6
5,8
11.2
19.5
16.3
19,5
16.0
7.8
_.-


0.3
0.5
5.2
9. 1
15,2
13.7
18*9
18.8
12,0
6.1


0.4
0.5
3.9
8.0
14.8
13.6
20.3
19.7
12.7
6.1


302 31 29-30


0.1
0.4
6.2
12.8
21.6
16.8
20.1
13.7
6.2
2.1


0*3
2.8
16.9
23.0
24.3
12.9
107,
6.1
2.6
0.4


100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0


100.0 100.0 100.0


100.0 100.0


GRAPEFRUIT


1.0
5.8
18.8
18.8
17.8
22.8
12.5
0.1
2.4


0.7
3.3
12.6
15.8
18.1
28.4
16.8
0.4
_2^2


100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0


100.0 100.0 100.0


TANGERINES


37.238 36-37 35-36


0.7
3.8
28.5
32.2
19.8
5.0
6.1
2.9
1.0


0.2
0.7
11*4
24a2
27.6
11.4
13.9
8.3
2,3


0.2
1.6
11.7
20,9
24.3
9.4
15,3
11.2
5.4


100.0 100.0 100,0


SIZE

90
106
120
144
168
196
216
224
250
288

TOTAL


34n35 3334 32.33 31-32

0.1 0.0 0,2 0,7
0.3 1.3 0.5 0.9
4.4 9.3 2*6 5.9
13.6 25.8 10.3 17.6
25,7 29.7 22.4 26.5
13.8 18*9 22.5 20.2
21.8 813 17.4 13.7
0.3 2,4 4.9 1*8
14.4 3.9 14.6 9.2
5.6 0.4 4.6 3.5


100.0 100.0 100~0
--*-**


100,0
::::::::::::


NOTEt Tangerine sLze ratios Seasons 1930-31 and 1929-30 unavailable.


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SIZE


0.1
1.3
11.3
17.3
21.6
13.9
13.8
11.8
6.0
2-9


TOTAL


2.0
10.1
23.4
20.9
16.3
17.1
8.5
0.6
1.1


1.1
7.0
21.8
22.1
18.3
19.7
8.6
0.2
1,2


TOTAL


1.3
6.5
20.0
19.1
17.8
21.6
11.4
0.1
2.1


0.9
'5,0
17.2
17.8
17.8
24.5
13.6
0.1
..... J.L


1.9
6.2
16.5
18.2
18.7
23.4
12.5
0.4
2.2


1.3
8.2
25.8
22.2
18.2
16.8
6.3
0.5
0.7


3.6
19.0
35.3
17.2
11.4
9.4
3.7
0.1
0.3


SIZE


TOTAL













Y.LORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
GRADE ANALYSIS ON PACKED SHIPMENTS
(Elvven Seasons)

SEASONS VARIETY NO. s NO.2s

ORANGES 23,6% 52.3%
1937-38 GRAPEFRUIT 26.1 57.8
TANGERINES 31.0 55.0

ORANGES 30.2 59.1
1936-37 GRAPEFRUIT 37.6 55,2
TANGERINES 33*9 56*3

ORANGES 34,0 61.,5
1935-36 GRAPEFRUIT 27,2 59.4
TANGERINES 42*8 51.5

ORANGES 35.7 60.6
1934-35 GRAPEFRUIT 41.6 55.0
TANGERINES 47*9 51.2
ORANGES 39.6 59.4
1933.34 GRAPEFRUIT 41.1 55*1
TANGERINES 49.0 50.7

ORANGES 31.9 63.4
1932-33 GRAPEFRUIT 32.1 63,4
TANGERINES 52.3 46.,

ORANGES 48.2 49*2
1931-32 GRAPEFRUIT 49.5 46.0
TANGERINES 54*7 45.0

OR.N.ES 50.1 49.1
1930-31 GRAP5 RUIT 45.6 51.1
T'P ~IlF:. INES 60.1 39,7

OtAiI3 S 30.4 69.6
1929-30 CR~-~3RJIT 36.5 63.5
TA'3-'RTNES 52.0 48,0

OP1,rCS3 36.2 63*.8
1928-29 GRA eRUIT 41.2 58*8
TA^-^.:INES 59.6 40.4

OR.A'; S 63.8 36,2
1927-28 GRAPEF.;'hUIT 60.0 40.0
TANGERINES 79*2 20,8


NOTE: "Comb." indicates combination grades, consisting of one's
Mixed.

Prior to Season 1930.31 No. 3s were included with No. 28.


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COMB.

18*.5%
11.2
10.8
3.8
4.7
9,;6


5.6*
4*9
3.2

6*9
2.5
o02

4.5
13.4
5*7
3.7
3.4
0.9

1.0
3*8
0.3
4.7
4.5
0.8

2.6
4.5
0.3

0*8
3.3
0.2


and Two's















FLORIDA STATE AUCTION SALES
BY AUCTION MARKETS
THREE SEASONS


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

COMBINED


GRAPEFRUIT

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


137-38
CARS AVG.
10,228 2.26
3,376 2.20
1,849 2.24
495 2.18
898 2.28
1,394 2.39
413 2.05
1,181 2*16
550 2t26
302 L.98
20,686 2.24


4,881
1,244
814
190
313
353
72
342
219
127


2.20
2.06
2.13
2.05
2.11
2,28
2.16
2.09
2,21
1.88


1936-37
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

-17.932 31


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


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




3,928 2,67
1,072 2.38
872 2.49
262 2640
396 2.54
395 2.68
132 2.40
340 2.32
251 2.62
117 2*28


2,24
2.06
2.22
2,14
2.29
2.58
2.53
2.24
2,41
2.12


8.555 2.16


10.197 2.23


*-TANGERINES

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


COMBINED


1,311
382
149
95
117
149
74
125
88
2_


2.52
2.42
2.40
2,56
2.60
2,.50
2.20
2.36
2.46
2 16


2.513 2.48


1,557
572
196
210
193
306
103
138
116
__^


2,24
2.06
2.10
2.38
2.18
2*28
2A20
2.16
2.32
1.92


3,424 2.20


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


* STANDARD BOX BASIS.

NOTE; ALL ABOVE AVERAGES ARE ON DELIVERED BASIS.


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COMBINED














TEXAS CITRUS
(IN BOXES)


SEASON 1993-38

Rail and Boat shipments
Truck Shipments
Used by Canneries

8 Total



SEASON 1936.-3

Rail and Boat shipments

Truck Shipments
Used by Canneries
Total


SEASON 1923-?6
Rail and Boat shipments

Truck Shipments
Used by Canneries
Total

SEASON 1~4-3
Rail and Boat shipments
Truck shipments
Used by Canneries
Total


SEASON 1933-34

Rail and Boat shipments

Truck shipments


Used by Canneries
Total


ORANGES

?22,916
689,132

?2,518
1,244,566


1,069,500
897,120
3,720

1270,340



23?,196
4224280


661.476


116,436

357,480


473*916


GRAPEFRUIT

p533,142
1,122,241

5139,661
11,847,505


5,587,068
1,002,600

2,563,080

9,152,748



14562,028

507,240
618,650

2,687,918



1, 334464
583,560
382,550
2,p65,574




597,412
457,920


10o55,352


22A320

325,800


348,120


NOTEs Furnished through courtesy of Growers Industry Committee, Weslaco, Texas*


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LEMONS AND LIMES
PRODUCTION AND FARM PRICE


CALIFORNIA LEMONS
. PRO FARM
DUCTION PRICE
.BOXES PER BOX


4,138,000
5,641,000
4,320,000
3,775,000
6,432,000
5,301,000
7,316000o
6,967,000
5,419,000
7,582,000
6,109,000
7,950,000
7,696,ooo
6,704,000
7,295,000
10,747,000
7,787,000ooo
7,579,000
8,892,000


$2.00
2.92
3.45
1.6o
3.30

3.48
2,11
2.81
3.80
2.60
3.70
2.35
1.95
2.10
2435
1.41
3.18
300
a


FLORIDA LIMES
PRO- FARM
DUCTION PRICE
BOXES PER BOX
20,000 $3.45
26,000 3.10
33,000 2.75
35,000 2.90
40,000 3.00
36,000 3.00
30,000 4.00
12,000 6.50
1/ 0-
6,000 4.50
8,000 5,50
8,000 5.00
9,000 4.50
10,000 4,00
12,000 3.00
15s000 3.50
12,000 4.75
45,000 4.25
110,000 a


/ Production negligible *-Preliminary. 0-Unavailable,

L E M 0 N S
ESTIMATED BEARING ACREAGE AND PERCENTAGE
DISTRIBUTION BY AGE GROUPS AS .OF JULY 1937 1/,
..... ... ........ .......... ..... ..
:BEARING : BEARING: BEARING TREES BY AGE GROUPS
I ACRES : TREES I$ t ; 21 s 5-'5 : 16 & oven
ST A T E :5 YEARS 1 5 YEARS: 5 : 6"10 t 11-15 : 16-20 : and tNot in full In full
SAND : AND : : : Over: Production:Produotion
.......... .............. ;.. E ...t... VyA .; ..... S ....... I .......... ........ .... .......... ... ..
Aores lPO0 0
trees Pet. Pot. Pet. Pot* Pet Pot, Pot%
CALIFORNIA / 47,139 4,148 9 17 8 18 48 34 66
....... .......................................................................................
/ Estimates based upon surveys by age groups made in 1936.
Lemon trees calculated from acres at the rate of 88 trees per acre.

LEMONS AND LIMES
TREE NUMBERS, U.S. CENSUS ENUMERATIONS


rF.OP STATE


CENSUS 1P20
Nonbearing Bearing
Trees Trees


CENSUS 192
Nonbearing Bearing
Trees. Trees


CENSUS 19i0
Nonbearing Bearing
Trees Trees


limons California

limes Florida


781,535 2,884,770. 284,000 3,196,469 309,185 2,776,114


80,C70


115,624


15,430


42,294


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CROP
SEASONS
1919-20
1920-21
1921-22
)922-23
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
1936-37
*-1937-38














UNITED STATES TOTAL ORANGE PRODUCTION BY STATES
CENSUS YEARS 1889, 1899, 1909 & YEARLY 1919 TO 1937


ClOP YEAR CALP
S1,000
Boxes


11~89-90
1099.00
19;09-10

1?'19.20
15120.21
15'21.22
1922,23
1923'-24

AVERAGE


1924.25
1925-26
1926-27
1927.28
1928-29

AVERAGE


;929-30
1930-31
1931-32
1932-33
1933-34
AVERAGE


1934-35
1935-36
19)36-37
1937-38 2/


1,245
5,882
14.440


*.FLA.
1,000

3,147
273
4.888


TEXAS
1,000
Boxes


ARtZ.
1,000
Boxes


ALA.
1,000
Boxes


LA.
1,000
Boxes


MISS
1,000
Bozes


TOTAL
1,000
Boxes
4,392
6,167
19,530


-_ rr -
15,528 7,533 9 80 20 37 31 23,238
22,547 9,457 60 82 42 25 32,213
13,921 8,871 80 82 50 30 23,034
21,286 10,897 4 81 190 60 45 32,563
241324 1) 262 6 86 225 75 5 38,0o3

19,521 10,004 4 77 120 53 37 29,816
, -"*t: .--- -:, n,. y,- -- ,,,r ',-.- V : :I *- -,
18,535. 11,639 12 60 2 75 30,323
24,200 10,344 10 86 130 100 27 34,897
28,167 11,512 41 75 75 150 42 40,062
22,737 9,933 70 54 110 200 50 33)154
9?94 15,116 11^ 1 85 220 30 54f659
26,527 11,709 49 75 80 149 30 38,619

21,483 10,304 261 137 212 187 37 32,621
35,470 19,211 250 139 3 195 1 55,270
34,900 14,220 520 145 80 245 54 50,164
34,265 16,200 315 147 120 241 80 51,368
28A4)9 18,100 390 143 3 212 2 47,282

30,911 15,607 347 142 84 216 ..35 47,342


46,086 17,600 560 170 140 293 88 64,937
33,049 18,000 .747 240 2 244 1 52,283
29,827 22,500 2,000 220 56 309 26 54,938
42,766 261000 1,440 "323 76 238 67 70,910


Division of Crop and Livestook Estimates, Bureau of Agricultural Economics.


*.-Includes Tangerines4

./ 500.boxes or less.
/ July 1, 1938 Estimate%


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UNITED STATES TOTAL GRAPEFRUIT PRODUCTION BY STATES


CENSUS YEARS 1889, 1899,


CROP YEAR


1889-90
1899-00
1909710

1919-20
1920-21
1921-22
1922-23
1923-24



j924-25
3:925.26
1926-27
1927-28
1928-29


AVERAGE


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


AVERAGE


1934-35
1935-36
1936.37
1937.38 2/


Division of Crop
Economicss


AVERAGE


1909 & YEARLY 1919 TO 1937

FLORIDA TEXAS CALIF.
1,000 1,000 1,000
Boxes Boxes Boxes


10
12


ARIZ.
1,000
Boxes


TOTAL
1,000
Boxes
10
31


1,062 L/ 123 1 1,186


5,898 3 363 29 6,293
6,142 395' 34 6,571
6,644 360 35 7,039
7,766 35 394 60 8,255
8,936 65 363 P5 9,459
7,077 21 375 51 7,523

8,760 211 387 105 9,463
8,316 200 600 150 9,266
8,693 361 672 120 9,846
8,158 524 720 176 9,578
11,314 2 211 1.321

9,048 410 670 152 10,281


8,274 1,530 1,000 365 11,169
16,109 1,135 1,290 400 18,934
10,786 2,480 1,431 450 15,147
11,800 1,385 1,350 614 15,149
10,700 1,130 1,713 700 14,243

11,534 1,532 1,357 506 14,929


15,200 2,750 2,167 1,240 21,357
11,500 2,741 2,267 1,800 18,308
18,100 9,630 1,310 1,400 30,440
14,200 11,800 1,944 2500 30,444


and Livestook Estimates, Bureau f Agricultural


I/ 500 boxes or less.

2/ July 1, 1938 estimate#


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.
,










ESTIMATED BEARING ACREAGE & PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION


By Age Groups as of July 1937 /

BEARING TREES BY AGE GROUPS


BEARING
ACRES
5 YEARS
& OVER
adres


GRAPEFRUIT
Early Varieties
Florida 2/
Texas /-
California /
Arizona


53,676
8,742
1,235.
130


Total 4 States 63,783


BEARING
TREES
5 YEARS
& OVER
1,000
trees



3,489
577
101
12


5
YEARS





1
4

5


6-10
YEARS





13
64
33
11


11-15
YEARS






13
24
29
12


5.15 YRS.
16-20 21 YRs. NOT IN
YEARS & OVER FULL PRO*
DUCTION

% %-


43
8
15
54


2 21 14 27


jiate Varfeti<
Florida 2/
Texas 2f
California
Arizona


(Seedless)
29,492
65,697
15,618
12,521


Total 4 States 123,328


All Varieties
Florida 2/
Texas n/
California 4/
Apizona


Total 4 States 187,111


1,917
4,336
1,281
i .n><


15
4
14
1


-N---- -, ,- -


8,598


7 57 21 10


83,168 5,406 2 19 18 28 33 39 61
74,439 4,913 6 70 20 4 96 4
16,853 1,82 39 25 15 14 71 29
12,651 1,076 16 70 3 2 9


12,777


) RAGES
Nevel & Other Early Varieties
Florida 2/ 111,368 7*239
CalifornTa 4/ 88,493 7,788
Texas 2/ 13,318 879
Arizona 3,636 321


Total 4 States 216,815


16,227


5 45 19 15


4 20 21 19 36 45 55
2 11 13 10 64 26 74
7 54 34 5 95 5
13 61 6 6 14 80 20

3 18 18 14 47 39 61


Valoneia & Other Late Varieties


Florida 2/
CalifornTa
Texas 2/
Arizona


90,708
4 132,749
9,152
2

5,896
11,683
604
92


15
40
5
2


Total 4 States 25.,219


All Varieties
Florida 2/
CalifornTa 4/
Texas I/
Arizona
Total 4 States


18,411


5 26 20 19


202,076 13,135 4 21 25 23 27 50 50
221,242 19,471 3 19 15 13 50 37 63
22,470 1,483 6 56 33 5 95 5
6,246 4549 13 69 4 9 87 13
452,034 r/ 34,638 4 22 19 17 38 45 55


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STATE


16 YRS. &
OVER IN
FULL PRO.
DUCTIOH

*


5


_


.2 2













ESTIMATED BEARING ACREAGE & PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION


By Age Groups as


STATE


TAN'GERINES
Florida 2/
CalifornTa 4/
Texas 2/ "
Arizona


BEARING
ACRES
5 YEARS
& OVER
acres


24,509
1,602
606


Total 4 States 26,771


LEMONS
California 4/


BEARING
TREES
5 YEARS
& OVER

trees

1593
141
40
I;


1,779


of July 1937. 1/ (CONTID)


5 6-10 11-15 16-20 ?1 YRS.
YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS & OVER


*f e S


1 21 41 20


47,139 4,148 17 8 18 48 34 66
t


/ Estimates based upon surveys by age and varietal groups made in
Florida in 1934; Arizona in 1935; California in 1936; Texas in
1934 and 1937, (Orange estimates to not include tangerines),
2/ Florida acres calculated from trees at the rate of 65 trees per
acre for grapefruit, oranges and tangerines#

/ Texas acres calculated from trees at the rate of 66 trees per
acre for grapefruit, oranges and tangerines,.

4/ California trees calculated from acres at the rate of 82 trees per
acre for grapefruit and 88 trees per acre for oranges, tangerines
and lemons*

./ Total bearing .trees in the United States amount to about
35,500,000 t8eese In addition to the total for the four States
shown, the Census of 1935 enumerated 862,000 bearing trees in
Alabama, Mississippi and Louisana. Most of the trees in Alabama
and Mississippi consist of satsumas; those in Louisana are mostly
Navels,


(.... ... .


.

..


5-15 YRS.,
NOT IN
FULL PRO-
DUCTION



62
60
95
98


16 YRs.&
OVER IN
FULL PROA
DUCTION



38
40
5
2


-- c


$









CITRUS CENSUS OF THE LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY OF TEXAS
BY COUNTIES, AS OF AUGUST 11 1W3P
(From Report of the Bureau of Entomology and
Plant Quarantine Harlingen, Texas*)
In administering the provisions of the Mexican Fruit Fly Quarantine, it is
necessary to know from year to year the number of citrus trees growing in the Lower Rio
Grande Valley of Texas. A complete re-check as of August 1, 1937 Follows.
The ages of trees have been classified as "O", "1", "2", "3"> "4", and "'5"
Trees, under classification "O", were planted during the period from August.1, 1936
to July 31, 1937. Trees, under classification "1", were planted from August 1, 1935 to
July 31, 1936. Trees, under classification "2", were planted from August 1, 1934 to
July 31, 1935. The ages of trees designated as "3" and 14", respectively, will be under-
stood in the light of this explanation. Trees given under classification "5" were plant-
ed previous to August 1, 1932.
Under classification "Other Citrus" are iholuded kumquats, mandarines, satsumas,
sour oranges, and tangelos.

COUNTY NUMBER OF GROWING CITRUS TREES OF AGE
And (0). (1) (2) (3) (4L (5) Totals
Fruit ..- -
RIDALGO;
Grapefruit 31,206 41,907 24,614 141,462 206,357 331,8002 3,763,548
Orange 39,301 20,894 12,577 56,505 53,425 932,977 1,115,679
Tangerine 2,345 480 463 1,480 2,472 28,255 35,495
Lemon 2,092 2,775 2,039 9,184 3,869 17,953 37,912
Lime 242 306 896 758 68 1,454 3,724
Other citrus .181 233 553 608 1,325 22,816 25,718
Total 75,367 66,595 41,142 209,997 267,516 4,321,459 4,982,076
CAMERON
Grapefruit 14,546 10,614 11,902 20,715 65,710 1,209,046 1,332,533
Orange 5,716 3,132 4,192 7,620 17,475 406,478 444,613
Tangerine 45 43 28 96 391 5,523 6,126
Lemon 191 598 116 427 843 5,125 7,300
Lime 32 71 68 47 166 1,279 1,665
Other Citrus 15 259 684 885 o, 32,57
Total 20,593 14,603 16,565 29,589 85,472 1,657,990 1,824,812
WILLACY:
Grapefruit 961 1,956 2,572 11,126 14,088 90,738 121,441
Orange 1,322 940 524 3,439 4,195 37,381 47,801
Tangerine 72 54 31 221 459 2,839 3,676
Lemon 149 2,087 13 1,478 234 901 4,862
Lime 46 8 1 2 56 66 179
Other Citrus 28 124 21 38 1,082 1.303
Total 2,588 5,169 3,141 16,287 19,070 133,007 179,262
3ROOKS:
Grapefruit 111 53 246 1,237 1,476 8,011 11,134
Orange 1,763 1,775 3,213 2,785 7,001 23,477 40,014
Tangerine 22 1,020 76 68 1 72 1,259
Lemon 2 0 4 196 45 346 593
Lime 2 0 5 44 30 36 117
Other Citrus 0 0 2 605 i18 1,0o4 1,679
Total 1,900 2,848 3,546 4,935 8,571 32,996 54,796
TOTAL
Grapefruit 46,824 54,530 39,334 174,540 287,631 4,625,797 5,228,656
Orange 48,102 26,741 20,506 70,349 82,096 1,400,313 1,648,107
Tangerine 2,484 1,597 598 1,865 3,323 36,689 46,556
Lemon 2,434 5,460 2,172 11,285 4,991 24,325 50,667
Lime 322 385 970 851 322 2,835 5,685
Other Citrus .282 .502 814 1,91 2,266 55,4?3 61,275
;RAND TOTALS 100,488 892215 64,394 260,808 380o629 6,145452 7,040,946
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ORANGES*..*.. .... ........ ......

GRAPEFRUIT .......................

TANGERINES,................,......

LOEONS T...... ............,,....

LIMES,............................

OTHER CITRUS.....................

TCTAL...t.*....... .
- 0e 4 eO o I1


TEXAS CITRUS ACREAGE
As of August 1, 1937
(3c.sed on 66 troos per nare)
BEARING ACRES YEARS
( EARLY LATE
.... 13,318 9,152

..... 8,742 65,697




*4*.* -

.... -

of=


SUMMARY BEARING ACREAGE IN U. S.
OP 5 YEARS AND OVER INDICATING
EACH STATE TO TOTAL
As of July, 1937


STATE

FLORIDA
Percent

CALIFORNIA
Percent

TEXAS
Percent

ARIZONA
Percent

*OTHER STATES
Percent

TOAL
Percent



MOSTLYY SATSUMAS.


& OVER
TOTAL
22,470

74,439
6o6

444

48

8825
98882


UNDER
5-YRS
TOTAL
2,501

4,783

99
324

38

5_4
-^ii


TOTAL
ACRES

24,971

79,222

705
768

86

929
106,681


ORANGES

202,076
43.5
221,242
47.6

22,470
4,8

6,246
1.4

12,314
2.7

464,348
100.0


GRAPEFRUIT

83,168
44.4

16,853
9.0

74,439
39.8

12,651
6.8
.0
0.0

187,111
100.0


TANGERINES

24,509
91.6

1,602
6.0

606
2.2

54
0.2

0
0.0

26,771
100.0


COMBINED

309,753
45.7

239,697
35.3

97,515
14.4

e1,951
2.8

12,314
1.8

678,230
100.0















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
23,716


TOTAL
217,716
223,266
230,259
238,986
239,081
239,837
232,052
238,000


GRAPEFRUIT


BEARING
9,139
10,771
10,990
11,796
12,561
12,648
14,400
15,639


NON-
BEARING
5,854
4,497
5,192
6,195
6,249
6,008
5,982
4,006


CALIFORNIA LEMONS 1936-37:


BEARING
NON.BEARING
TOTAL


42,757 ACRES
18,442 "
61,179


VARIETY

GRAPEFRUIT
ORANGES
TANGERINES
LEMONS
LIMES
TOTALS


ARIZONA CITRUS ACREAGE SURVEY OF 1935
REPORTER BY
U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
4 YEARS
AND OVER

10,411
5,533
52
103

16,o106


UNDER
4 YEARS

3,428
1,729
8
95
5 24
5.284


THE ABOVE ACREAGE BASED ON 86.1 TREES PER ACRE.



U. S, CITRUS ACREAGE
ALL VARIETIES 193P


ALL CITRUS

FLORIDA
eCALIPORNIA
TEXAS
ARIZONA
ALABAMA
*LOUISANA
*MISSISSIPPI
PUERTO RICO


BEARING
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


NON-
BEARING
ACRES PRCT.


41,400
34t834
45,060
5,284
2,000
250
200
24,,, ,,


12.1%
11.3
47.3
24.7
30.8
16.7
20.0
40.4


TOTALS
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 _1LO6


@-INCLUDES LEMONS.
*-ESTIMATED. FOR LATER REPORT BY VARIETIES SEE PAGE 27


(28)


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


BEARING
193,595
197,435
201,785
207,125
207,692
211,346
207,200
214,284


TOTAL
14,993
15,268
16,182
17,991
18,810
18,656
20,382
19,645


TOTAL
ACRES

13,839
7,262
31
198

21_390


TOTAL











New York


OARLOTS
1937-38
1936-37
1935-36
1934-35
1933-34
1937-38
1936-37
1935-36
1934-35
1933-34
1937-38
1936-37
1935-36
1934-35
1933-34
1937-38
1936-37
1935-36
1934-35
1933-34

NOTE

1937-38
1936-37
1935-36
1934-35
1933-34



1937-38
1936-37
1935-36
1934-35
1933-34


All Seaboard




All Auotiins


RECORD OF AUCTION
SALES AND UNLOADS

ORANGES
10,228
9,112
7,503
8,243
7,613
5,527
5,103
4,425
4,397
4,210
15,755
14,215
11,928
12,640
11,823
20,686
17,932
14,780
15,890
14,786
ALL AUCTIONS
ALL VARIETIES

31,754
31,553
24,943
27,846
25,252

ALL AUCTIONS
ALL VARIETIES

31,754
31,553
24,943
27,846
25,252


GRFRUIT
4,881
5,376
3,928
4,893
3,948
2,185
2,757
2,061
2,359
1,866
7,066
8,133
5,989
7,252
5,814
8,555
10,197
7,765
9,759
8,085
ALL SEABOARD
AUCTIONS


24,686
24,706
19,589
21,482
19,349


- 77.7%
- 78.3
- 78.5
- 77.1
- 76.6


NEW YORK
ALL VARIETIES


16,420
16,045
12,555
14,207
12,755


- 51.7S
- 50.9
S50.3
- 51.0
- 50.5


TANGS.
1,311
1,557
1,124
1,071
1,134
554
801
548
519
578
1,865
2,358
1,672
1,590
1,712
2,513
3,424
2,398
2,197
2,381


TOTALS
16,420
16,045
12,555
14,207
12,695
8,266
8,661
7,034
7,275
6,654
24,686
24,706
19,589
21,482
19,349
31,754
31,553
24,943
27,846
25,252


ALL OTHER
AUCTIONS


7,o68
6,847
5,354
6,364
5,903


22.3%
21.7
21.5
22,9
23.4


ALL OTHER
ALL VARIETIES


15,334
15,508
12,388
13,639
12,497


- 48.3%
- 49.1
- 49.7
- 49.0
- 49.5


AUCTION AVERAGES

1937-38 New York
All Seaboard
All Auctions
Other than Seaboard

1936-37 New York
All Seaboard
All Auctiens
Other thah Seaboard

1935-36 New York
All Seaboard
All Auctions
Other than Seaboard

1934-35 New York
All Seaboard
All Auctions
Other than Seaboard

1933-34 New York
All Seaboard
All Auctions
Other than Seaboard


ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT


$2.26
2,24
2.24
2.25

3.23
3.22
3.21
3.21

3.02
3.00
3.00
3.00

2,61
2.57
2.56
2.48

2.75
2.72
2.70
2.59


$2.20
2,16
2.16
2.16

2.24
2.20
2.23
2.36

2,67
2.58
2.57
2.51
2.04
1.98
2.00
2.06

2e41
2038
2,39
2.43


All Other Seaboard


(FULL BOX)
TANGERINES

$2.52
2.48
2.48
2.46

2.24
2.18
2.20
2.26

2.70
2.67
2.70
2.75
2.36
2.32
2.36
2.50

2.42
2.38
2.40
2.43