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Title: Statistical bulletin
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Language: English
Creator: Florida Citrus Exchange
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Creation Date: 1938
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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 1938-39
















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Issued November 29, 1939

Statistical Department
FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE































FORE WORD


We have compiled and herewith submit

statistical reports covering classi-

fied shipments of citrus fruits from the

state as a whole and by the Florida Citrus

Exchange, during the season of 1938-39, to-

gether with other information concerning the

Exchange and the citrus industry.



FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE




Secretary


1210016








TABLE OF C 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

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

Exchange comparative statement of volume by varieties....................*..*....* ...* 3
Exchange statement of decay by varieties according to districts....................... 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 earlot movement rail, boat and truck by months, comparative.................. 6

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

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

Florida shipment in boxes indicating percent moved by various carriers.................

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.................... .....*** ....***.........**... 14

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

Florida, California and Texas citrus shipments in boxes since 1900-01,................ 16

Exchange analysis of different types of containers used past four seasons*......... 17

Exchange analysis of shipments by sizes indicating percentage each size............ .. 18

Exchange grade analysis on packed shipments.................*.** ..**.*****.** 19

Florida auction sales and averages each auction market three seasons......*...*.....* 20

United States total tree production of oranges by states 1889 thru 1938................ 21

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

Estimated bearing acreage Grapefruit with percentage by age groups.......... ...... ... 23

Estimated bearing acreage Oranges with percentage by age groups.,.,,........... ...... 23

Estimated bearing acreage Tangerines with percentage by age groups.............,.*.... 24

United States citrus tree enumeration by varieties and states......................... 25

United States bitrus production and utilization by producing areas 1935-36 1938-39... 26

Estimated Orange production in principal countries....... .....................*......* 27

Estimated Grapefruit production in principal countries...... ... ................ ...** 28

Estimated citrus bearing acreage by states.........................* .*..... ...*** *...* 29

Boat destinations, Florida citrus...... .................. ... .......** *.......***** 30

Comparison of Florida citrus shipments and auction sales and averages................. 31

Record of auction sales and unloads.*.......... .....*......****** ....**************** 32

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OFFICERS, DIRECTORS AND HEADS
OF DEPARTMENTS, FLORIDA CITRUS
EXCHANGE, SEASON 193~.40


C. H. Walker
H. E. Cornell
W. M. Moseley
J. C. Palmer
L. L. Lowry
C. 0. Commander
Fred S. Johnston
L. D. Aulls
S. L. Looney
0. M. Felix
Counts Johnson


Sub-Exchange

Indian River
Florence
Fort Pierce
International
Lake
Lake Region
North Pinellas
Orange
Pinellas
Plymouth
Polk
Scenic
St. Johns River
West Coast
Winter Haven
Clark


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


Director

H. 0. Putnam
W. C. VanClief
W. M. Moseley
L. L. Lowry
E. F. DeBusk
Fred T. Henderson
Chas. B. Anderson (Star Route)
J. C. Palmer
John S. Taylor, Jr.
Wm. G. Oeier
D. A. Hunt
C. H. Walker
~on B. Stewart
W. Raymond
H. E. Cornell
R. J. Kepler


Bartow
Winter Haven
Fort Pierce
Windergere
Winter Haven
Tampa
Tampa
Tampa
Tampa
Tampa
Tampa


Address

Oak Hill
Winter Haven
Fort Pieroe
Winter Haven
Gainesville
Winter Haven
Tarpon Springs
Windermere
Largo
Windermere
Lake Wales
Bartew
DeLand
Alva
Winter Haven
DeLand

















FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE SHIPMENTS
AS INDICATED BY SHIPPING REGISTER
STATISTICAL DEPARTMENT
FINAL REPORT
Season 1936-39


DISTRICTS

#1
#2
#3
#4
INT. FRUIT CORP.

GRAND TOTALS


TOTALS LAST SEASON

INCREASE


ORANGES

2,450.370

1,758,494-
404,5161-

607,545

414,3731-

5,1635292i


5,151(030

484,26?-


GRAPEFRUIT

512,072

1,735,434
625,508

913,460
334,606

4,121,080


2,425k466

1,695,614


TANGS.

290,493

290,555-
82,727*

47,855-5
26,492

38, 12351

492, 551-

245,572


TEMPLES

41,782

31,1871
84-&

19,014-
0

92o06e-


TOTALS

3,294,717
3,s15,67*1
1, 112,836i

1,587,875
775,4711

1o,5e6 v71*


52187 8,121,2341-

39.881-i 2 465,3?


FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
TONNAGE BY VARIETIES FOR SEASONS


VARIETY
Early & Mid-
Season Oranges
Valenolas
commonn Grapefruit
M. S. Grapefruit
Tangerines
Temples

TOTALS


1938-39

3,156,004-
2,479,294-
2,500,409
1,620,671-i

738,123y-
92,o68
o10,586,T71


1937-a8 1936-37


2,800.600

2,350,430

1,352,1311-
1,073,3341
492,551-'

52,187
8,121,234j


2,210,59*7-

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

697,o019i

77,154
8,601,73 5


PRCT.
31.1

36.1
10.5
15.0

7.3

1060o


1235-36

2,049,133
1,422,225

1,271,825
802,934
463,187k

40, 20
6A050,224*


12934-3

2,225,530,
1,128,911

1,538,0541
713,089
488,097

34,018
6,128,600












FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF SHIPMENTS
BY DISTRICTS SEASONS 1938-39 & 1937-38


DISTRICTS

#1

#2

#3

#4
International

Total


1938-39

3,294,717

3,815,67*fr
1,112,836-

1,587,875
775,471*
10o,86e,7l


1937-38 GAIN

2,906,9561- 387,7602

2,645,489 1,170,182

778,519 334,317
1,242,315 345,560

5471,55 227.516-

8,121,234- 2,/65, 37 :

NET GAIN 2p465337


VARIETY

Oranges

Grap e fruit t

Tangerines

emrples

TOTALS


COMPARATIVE STATEMENT
BY.VARIETIES

.1930*39

5,635,299
4,121,080

738,12*
92,o6e-

10,586.71


1 3)38 PGAIN

5,151,030 484,269i
2,425,466 1,695,614

492,5513 245,572

52.187 39,8846

,121A234I 2,4651,77
ET GAIN 2,465,377


FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
STATEMENT OF DECAY
EXPRESSED IN PERCENTAGES

GFT. TANGS TEMPS.

0.53 0.81 0.24

0.20 0.87 1.17

0.38 0o53 .

0.01 0.08 0.10

0.17 0 0

0.19 0.72 O.5L


,019 0.27

S- 0.45

-


0.27

0&24


ORGS.

0*10

0.29

0.35

0.04

0.05

0 17


DISTRICTS




3


::vt.

ote.1




3 INCREASE

I EC EASE


83-39
TOTAL

Q.21

0.33
0.38

0.02

0.10

0.23


37-38
TOTAL

0.26

0.25

0,17

0.07


0.21


IN*
CREASE


0 08

0.21




0.02


DECREASE

0.05


0,05

0.19


=L


0.21



0.04


0.21

0,02













FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
VOLUME BY VARIETIES
AS MANIFESTED TO TAMPA OFFICE
(BOXES)


i;AS: ONS

.)09-10

S911-12
S!)12-13
1913-14
2<14-15
3515-16
1516-17
2 17-18
1918-19
1919.-20
1920-21
1 21..22
1)22..23
1 23-24
1 24..25
1 )25-26
1.)6.,27
1i27.-28
1,:!8-29
1';:!9-30
1( 30.31
13 1-32
1 3 2-33
15 3-34
1534-35
1535-36
1936-37
1937-38


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
2,473,310
3,261,130
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
5,203,16l
5,727,368

73 ,9p 127


30 YEAR TOTALS


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
2,084,098
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
2,425,446
4,121,080

55,677,390


TANGS.

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
S697,020
492,551
738,123 2


TOTALS

1,482,358
832,309
741,917
1,780,300
1,481,471
1,945,602
1,735,422
1,289,984
1,184,711
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
10,586,5741


8,426.462~- 138,084,9791-


AVG.LOAD
EER. CAR

323*5
328.5
321.7
341.5
341.7
337-7
334.2
344.9
344.0
348.0
353%o
366.7
360.8
359.0
353.7
358.0
365.6
S360.7
359.7
367,9
368.3
370.6
384,3
371.8
387.0
395,6
396.1
395#1
396.2
396.3


371.1


















STATE OF FLORIDA
RAIL & BOAT SHIPMENTS
CARROTSS)


ORANGES ORFRUIT


14,471
8,903
11,224
16,038
16,147
16,308
15,139
13,214
8,914
15,515
18,368
20,820
18,948
25,091
34,330
25,875
20,508
24,163
18,919
35,276
21,289
38,892
24,806
30,948
31,574
28,217
29,706
37,225
46,490
55,961


TRUCK SHIPMENTS

236
743
1,445
2,708
180
4,800
4,372
5,150
6,452
7,227
6,278
6,411
8,602
14,473


4,073
4,926
3,230
6,971
6,496
10,965
8,297
8,358
6,536
9,275
15,278
14,167
16,667
20,000
20,727
21,293
15,320
18,866
16,020
24,561
16,252
30,441
20,241
19,904
17,434
19,251
15,130
23,891
16,958
25,128


142
581
666
1,250
83
2,400
2,641
2,650
1,898
2,792
2,577
3,211
3,086
4,498


TANIS, TOTALS


225
325
161
541
391
843
825
599
728
1,006
1,076
1,680
1,330
1,853
1,385
2,248
1,623
2,116
1,900
3,443
1,772
5,238
4,206
4,415
4,131
3,582
4,014
5,999
4,406
6,335


22
65
111
208
14
800
415
488
675
669
584
1,076
745
1,324


18,769
14,154
14,615
23,550
23,034
28,116
24,261
22,171
16,178
25,796
34,722
36,667
36,945
46,944
56,442
49,416
37,451
45,145
36,839
63,280
39,313
74,571
49,253
55,367
53,139
51,050
48,850
67,115
67,854
87,424


400
1,389
2,222
4,166
277
8,000
7,428
8,288
9,025
10,688
9,439
10,698
12,433
20,295


*-Fruit fly season restrictions limited truck 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
1927-26
1928-29
1929-30
1930-31
1931-32
1932-33
1933-34
1934-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39


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
1938-39







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

ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES TOTALS


VARIETY & MONTH
CHANGES
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
T('ALS

OG APEFRUIT
September
Ootbber
November
December
January
February
Marah
April
May
Jame
July
TO .ALS

TAk IGERINES
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
TOhLS

CO; BINED
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
Jugust
TOT_ 1.S


CARS BY RAIL
38.39 37-38


14
577
678
866
721
959
1086
1128
807
292
43


CARS BY BOAT
38-39 32f


CARS BY TRUCK
38-39 373Z8


1
73
250
455
665
724
713
467
700
715
294


TOTAL CARS
32-39 37-38


39
727
1232
1758
1834
2031
1906
1304
1542
1683


20
701
1121
1606
1496
1812
1871
2013
1651
819
171


6657 7171 572 401 _3 18013 14782 21


305
428
302
269
252
306
552
643
677
372

4202


1
243
442
247
90
29
15
2




325
897
1262
1536
1316
1179
129v
1225
1316
1155
366


252
342
206
175
191
180
251
254
303
122
4
2280



0
42
357
174
8
0


655


266
919
926
1398
1086
1213
1345
1382
1110
414
47


9
112
203
239
297
324
500
346
402
274
29




1
59
161
161
95i
61
20
8




10
186
512
655
1123
1143
1274
833
1110
989
323


15
43
100
137
197
255
301
223
198
60
2




0
37
119
167
98
14
1

436



15
86
432
717
941
946
788
856
860
507
126


45
100
116
113
145
170
197
130
122
65

1224


2
52
133
74
36
14
3
0
314


63
288
433
724
571
730
687
403
327
250


28
56
51
71
78
89
118
89
81
29
1
691


0

77
46
26
5
0


165


34
137
210
427
322
375
435
342
263
o09
5


359
640
621
621
694
800
1249
1119
1209
711

8161
8i -i


295
441
357
383
466
524
670
566
582
211
4--
4502


4 0
354 90
736 553
482 387
221 198
104 27
38 1
10
1949 1256



398 315
1371 1142
2207 1568
3115 2542
3010 2349
3052 2534
3259 2568
2461 2580
2753 2233
2394 1030
178


92 10106 6274 4591 2659 24892 103









STATE OF FLORIDA
SHIPMENTS BY MONTHS.
(INCLUDING PROPORTION OF MIXED CARS)

ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES TOTALS


VARIETY & MONTH

(RANGES
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
T TALKSS

G:tAPEFRUIT
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
TOTALS

TA IGERINES
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
O "ALS

COT INED
September
Ooteber
November
December
January
February
Marsh
April 1
May
June
July
August
TOTALS COMBINED


CARS BY RAIL

38-39 37L238


59
2049
3358
5352
4700
5021
5428
4201
3505
2827
9.5

37548


1132
1367
1359
1210
1496
1686
2102
2603
2447
1451
224
43
17120


3
859
1977
976
451
189
61
6
4522


1191
3419
5576
8539
7172
7158
7719
6865
5958
4278
1177
138


61
2484
3226
4539
3647
4713
5188
4228
2634
745
.71
0




788
1885
1063
1274
1284
1110
1368
1384
1022
275
14
0
11467


1
192
1737
790
353
42
0
0



849
4370
4471
7550
5721
$176
6598
5612
3656
1020
85
0


CARS BY BOAT CARS BY TRUCK TOTAL CARS

3839 37-38 38-39 37-32 383 9 37238


6
387
1417
1698
2465
2276
2806
2216
2137
2013
o10
82




38
411
724
766
960
852
1251
1189
1009
649
142

8008


1
312
536
468
278
160
46
12



44
799
2453
3000
3893
340~
4217
3451
3158
2662
1052
_22


4
185
1107
1280
.1705
2057
2147
2499
2477
1341
152
0
14954


65
212
365
470
709
690
854
980
820
304
22

5491

0
lOg
109
367
477
307
41
0
0
1301


69
397
1581
2117
2891
3054
3042
3479
3297
1645
174
0


72
769
1415
2928
1831
1976
2216
1346
961
666
258

14473


146
333
414
451
521
581
686
549
430
268
101
18
4498


3
101
570
288
189
75
11
7-
1324


218
1105
2010
3949
2640
2746
2977
1906
1398
934
359
.-53


32
446
799
1697
1048
1161
1353
1009
763
281
13
0
8602


123
299
344
355
397
406
450
359
260
90
3
0
3086


0
51
356
189
122
26
1
0




155
745
1194
2408
1634
1689
1829
1369
1023
371
16
0


137
3205
6190
9978
8996
9273
10450
7763
6603
5506
2121
212
70434


1316
2111
2497
2427
2977
3119
4039
4341
3886
2368
467
--78
29626


7
1352
3083
1732
918
424
118

7659


1453
5323
10039
15488
13705
13310
14913
12222
10514
7874
2588
290


97
3115
5132
7516
6400
7931
8688
7736
5874
2367
236
0




976
2396
1772
2099
2390
2206
2672
2723
2102
669
39
0
20044


1
342
2460
1456
782
109
1
0




1073
5512
7246
12075
10246
10919
11469
10460
7976
3036
275
0


59190 46108 28234 21746 20295 12433 107719 80287
















AVERAGE AT TAMPA OFFICE ON PACKED FRVIT
Seasons 1909-10 To 1938-39


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
1938-39


ORANGES

$1.15
1.51
1.93
1.97
1.69
1.47
1,99
1.94
3.92
3.69
4.20
2.57
3.77
2.96
1.86
3.51
3.58
2.78
4.39
1.99
3.22
2.35
2.38
1.55
1.93
1.88
2.26
2*54
1.59
1.45


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


ORFRUIT

$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
1*04


*-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
1.34


TOTAL

$1.34
1.65
2.21
-1.96
1.83
1.42
1.96
2.91
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
1.31










TOTAL SEASON'S SHIPMENTS
WITH AMOUNTS MOVING BY DIFFERENT CARRIERS
Four Seasons Ineluding Relief

FLORIDA ORANGES, GRAPEFRUIT, AND TANGERINES
(In Boxes)


iAILt
Oranges
Grapefrutt
Tangerines
totall Rail

I OAT
Oranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines
tetal Boat

^FUC?
Oranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines
lotal Truak

TOTALS
Oranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines
GANI) TOTALS

C LNNERY
Oranges
Grapefruit
T tat. Cannery

A'1ERAGE LOADS
RAIL
Oranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines
Yotal Rail

B(tlT & TRUCK

A 1. CARRIERS
Oranges
Orapefruit
Tangerines
CC( INED


1238-39
SHIPMENTS PRCT.


14,268,240
6,676,800
1,816,487
22,761,527


7,365,200
3,203,200
725,200
11,293,600


5,789,200
1,799,200
529,600


52.0
57.2
59.2
54.0


26.9
27.4
23.6
26.8


21.1
15.4
17 2


8,118,000 19.2
1 A I k I


27,422,640
11,679,200
3,071,287
421 ,1{


1,187,544
*8,481,053
61,4s! O
,1 521


380.0
390.0
401.7


400.0


389.3
394.2
401.0


S10*0O
100.0
100,0
100.0


1937-38
SHIPMENTS PRCT.

12,257,191 56.5
4,446,987 56.4
1,209,:59 9.6
17,913p337 56.7


5,981,600
2,196,400
929,400
8?698,400


3,440,800
1,234,400
258,000

t4,07,200o


21,679,591
7,877,787
2o027,559




1,250,336
6 045,261


388.7
387.8
389.4

388*5

400.0


393.5
393.0

-)4


27.6
27.9




15.9
15.7
14.7




100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
19.@


196-37
SHIPMENTS PRCT.
8,820,176 51.3
6,410,903 59.3
1,600,573 5, .
16,831,652 54


5,806,400
3,106,800
750o800
9,664,000


2,564,400
1,284,400
4P0O400
4,279,200


17,190,976
10,802,103
2,781,77)
30,774,852


550,337
6,722,753

J2191 "o


388,4
397.6
388.3
- 395.5

400.0


394.0
398.6
393.2
395.5


33.8
28.&
27i.
31.4


14.9
11.9





100.0
100.0
10090
100.0
100*0


1?35-36
SHIPMENTS PRCT.
6*582,516 46.2
3,313,826 47.7
1,o7,33.1 4.5
10,?33.881 42_


5,143,200
2,599P200
84,400
8,326.800


2,511,200
1,030,800
23,600
3,775,600


14,236,916
6,943,826
1,855,532
2,0o36,281


212,744
3t646,324
.3244?, 6


36.1
37.4

36.1


17.7
14.9
12.6.
16.4


100.0
100.0
100,0
100.0


390.7
383.9
406.4



400.0


395.6
392.2
40)3.


*.Does not include Government purchases for Canning (739,451).

NCTE: Express shipments included with Rail.











CERTIFIED SHIPMENTS FROM AUGUST 24, 1936 THRU JUNE 30, 1939
AS RELEASED BY CITRUS INSPECTION BUREAU
(IN BOXES)


COUNTY

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

BBEVARD.....,.o... ...

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

CITRUS........ ..,.....

COLLIER..... .. .....

DABDE..................
DESOTO........4.....*.

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

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

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

HIGHLANDS......,..,...

HILLSBOROUGH..........

INDIAN RIVER..........

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

LEE..... .. ..... ......
MANATEE............. ..
MARION................
MARTIN .... ..........

RANGE................
OSCEOLA.... ...........
PALM BEACH.....***....

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

PINELLAS.............
POLK............. ....

PUTNAM...............

ST. JOHNS,...........

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

SARASOTA .............

SEMINOLE..............

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

VOLUSIA ......,....,...

MISCELLANEOUS. .. ,..

OTALS..................


ORANGES

66,112

813,027

33,759
20,382
12

115,444

559,031
409,075

28,130

86,164

547,316
1,145,421

240,015

2,990,066

119,153
169,631

1,000,103
12,154

6,411,048
158,815
44,246

571,577
657,436

7,688,006

220,552

51,345
490,587

77,384

1,320,329
26,621

753,619
11,861

2 ,838e421


GRAPEFRUIT

2,543

367,832

10,063

2,518

12,252

78,599
37,197
84,164

365

12,397

312,979

305,805

863,791

908,786

127,722
266,304

90,115
54

867,131
34,413
40,826

203,894

937,228
3,723,106
24,118

4,369

781,849

41,723

172,304

3,642

114,336

4,704

10, 129

(10)


TANGERINES

5,134
27,215

1,370

1,574
0

5,932
26,812

97,239

11,693

51,755

54,235

75,298
40,243

241,897

1,272
2,273

38,921
0

773,922
26,227

4,731
56,443

81,362
929,696

45,373

2,338

65,200

0

104,256

1,570

171,797
2,996

2,948,774


TOTALS

73,789
1,208,074

45,192

24,474

12,264

199,975
S623,040

590,478

40,188

150,316

914,530

1,526,524

1,144,049

4,140,749

248,147
438,208
1,129,139
12,208

8,052,101
219,455

89,803
831,914
1,676,026
12,340,808

290,043

58,052

1,337,636
119,107

1,596,889

31,833

1,039,752

1q,561

40,224,324
"(V .*-~CrT- .,--,-.-














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
189596
1896-97
1897-98
1898-99
1899-00
1900-01
190'.-02
1902-03
1903-04
1904-05
1905-06
1906-07
1907-08
1908-09
1909-10
1910-11
1911-12
1912-13
1913-14
1914-15
1915-16
1916-17
1917-18
1918-19
1919-20
1920-21
1921-22
1922-23
1923-24
1924-25
1925-26
1926-27
1927-28
1928-29
1929-30
1930-31
1931-32
1932-33
1933-34
1934-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
*-ORANGES ONLY (REVISED)

NOTE: TRUCK, CANNERY &


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
374,033
1,147,491
1,954,954
2,961,192
3,794,133
3,801,101
3,250,000
4,634,000
6,100,000
4,600,000
4,750,000
8,125,000
7,946,926
9,700,000
8,370,000
7,649,049
5,581,309
8,407,680
12,495,925
12,109,320
11,888,280
16,886,701
20,399,614
17,781,120
14,694,120
16,588,800
13,635,360
23,239,645
14,214,600
27,229,945
18,914,165
20,596,524
20,884,890
20,088,232
19,260,681
26,495,652
26,611,737
34,055,127


*-CALIFORNIA

840,560
957,600
1,o67,040
1,333,800
1,541,280
1,691,760
2,255,680
2,230,980
1,908,360
2,878,500
2,793,000
5,758,140
3,933,380
6,767,420
9,156,860
7,747,060
8,921,220
11,114,656
11,559,542
10,155,542
11,388,029
12,327,944
15,460,912
12,815,272
17,960,544
15,827,162
7,404,474
20,931,372
18,303,054
17,508,414
21,525,042
7,908,978
18,216,198
16,483,698
22,319,682
13,662,726
23,546,292
22,007,370
22,036,938
23,113,860
26,409,306
21,677,964
33,878,922
21,161,448
30,805,236
28,927,436
27,280,176
26,486,460
32,863,908
27,827,184
19,652,094
33,614,658
27,833,190


LOCALLY CONSUMED CITRUS NOT INCLUDED.











ESTIMATED GROSS F6.OB. 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
1917-16
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.-'1
1931.-'"2
1931-33
1933-34
1934-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39


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
26,317,533
33,927,076


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


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


BOXES

56,447,995
40,939,629
40,601,208
29,462,052
32,835,854
29,276,287
28,409,630
24,443,523


AMOUNT

$64,291,731.00
57,379,315.00
72,898,879.00
56,724,637.00
46,081,338.00
45,914,345.00
36,877,896.00
47,499,006.00


(12)


AMOUNT

$ 9,699,000.00
8,740,000.00
11,685,000.00
17,558,000o00
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
40,658,032.00
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
34,4>1,906.00
32,724,488.00
41,206,791,00
53,611,677.00
41,370,281.00
44,446,374.00


SEASONS

1938-39
1937-38
1936-37
1935-36
1934-35
1933-34
1932-33
1931-32










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 GRFRUIT TANGS. COMBINED

193-39 Rail and Boat $ .2' $ *oo $ .06. .15
Truck .10 .10- .15. .06
Cannery .05- .20w- .18-
Local .09 .0-. .05- .04
TOTAL CROP .20 .09- .07w .07

1937-38 Rail and Boat .30 .35 .18 .305
Truck .11 .21 .09- .12
Cannery .15- *.03 .o05
Local .24 *2 .16 251_
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
Cannery .2e ,10 ,19
Local .78 .20 .0_9 *53
TOTAL CROP 1.06 .25 .18. .61

1935.36 Rail and Boat .90 .61 .35 .76
Truck .90 .56 .70 .80
Cannery .40 .19 .20
Local .80 *46 .60 .67
TOTAL CROP .88 .46 *42 .69

1934-35 Rail and Boat .50 .0o .16 .32
Truck .65 .18 .35 .53
Cannery .20 .12- .11.
Local 55 .06 30 t36
TOTAL CROP .53 *01 .21 .27

1933-34 Rail and Boat .38 *29 .19 .336
Truck -59 .31 .64 .54
Cannery .19 .02 .02
Local .54 ...36 4 .48
TOTAL CROP .42 .23 .29 .34

1932-33 Rail and Boat .10 .07. .30- .015
Truck .32 .08. .24 *22
Cannery .07 .21* 4 .21-
Local .27 .13.. 19 *11
TOTAL CROP .14 .11- .18- .02

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








FLORIDA CANNED CITRUS PRODUCTION
FOR PAST TEN SEASONS
CONVERTED TO REPRESENT CASES OF 24 CANS, NO. 2 SIZE
(RELIEF.NOT INCLUDED)


GRAPEFRUIT GRAPEFRUIT ORANGE TOTAL NO.FIELD
SEASONS JUICE SEGMENTS JUICE CASES. BOXES USED
*-1938-39 5,502,102 4,105,775 926,278 (1)11,377,638 9,656,059
1937-38 3,370,002 3,419,226 806,183 (2) 8,260,441 7,160,462
1936-37 3,918,604 4,057,672 498,206 (3) 8,833,839 7,273,090
1935-36 1,758,497 2,251,775 162,452 (4) 4,322,876 3,859,068
1934-35 2,236,726 3,588,042 240,967 6,065,735 5,781,933
1933-34 610,115 2,184,577 57,678 2,852,370 2,424,906
1932.33 727,803 2,182,597 37,258 2,947,658 2,644,115
1931-32 247,652 907,323 36,362 1,191,337 966,533
1930-31 412,066 2,712,489 61,110 3,185,665 2,954,056
1929-30 173,934 1,316,738 37,552 1,528,224 1,676,437
(1) Includes 130,562 Cases Citrus Salad, 699,295 Cases Combination Juice, and
13,626 Cases Orange Segments.
(2) Includes 84,271 cases Citrus Salad, 547,329 cases combination Orange and
Grapefruit juice, and 33,430 cases Orange segments*
(3) Includes 87,758 eases Citrus Salad and 271,599 oases combination Orange
and Grapefruit juice.
(4) Includes 65,194 cases Citrus Salad and 84,958 cases combination Orange and
Grapefruit juice.
.* Does not include 688,188 oases Grapefruit juice canned for Federal Surplus
Commodities Corp., for Relief purposes.
FLORIDA CANNED GRAPEFRUIT SEGMENTS
PRODUCTION FOR PAST NINETEEN SEASONS
CONVERTED TO REPRESENT CASES OF 24 CANS, NO. 2 SIZE

SEASONS NO. CASES
1938.39 4,105,775
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


SUMMARY OF FIELD BOXES USED 1938-39
*-GRAPEFRUIT USED...................... 8,472,189
ORANGES USED.......................... 1,83, 879
TOTAL FIELD BOXES USED .............. 9,656,059

*.Relief Not Included (739,204 Field Boxes).
Furnished through the courtesy of Florida Grapefruit
Canners Association.
(14)











FLORIDA CITRUS USED ALL CANNERS BY WEEKS & TO DATE 1938-39 SEASON
Furnished through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Commission
Lakeland, Florida



ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT
WEEK ENDING BOXES USED TO DATE BOXES USED TO DATE
(Federal Surplus Commodities Corporation Purchases NOT Inoluded)

September 1 to
October 8 2,266 2,266
15 8,218 10,484
22 10,967 21,451
29 11,717 33,168
November 5 144 144 20,823 530991
12 144 49,027 103,018
19 821 965 114,771 217,789
26 1,643 2,608 141,866 359,655
December 3 3,837 6,445 190,165 549,820
10 10,749 17,194 251,926 801,746
17 19;972 37,166 264,933 1,066,679
24 11,352 48,518 208,261 1,274,940
31 13,355 61,873 232,133 1,507,073

January 7 25,232 87,105 297,595 1,804,668
14 27,969 115,074 304,265 2,108,933
21 29,553 144,627 256,769 2,365,702
28 29,555 174,182 132,728 2,498,430
February 4 37,650 211,832 129,220 2,627,650
11 36,715 248,547 133,441 2,761,091
18 53,296 301,843 146,322 2,907,413
25 44,807 346,650 174,670 3,082,083
March 4 46,972 393,622 193,305 3,275,388
11 45,257 438,879 238,444 3,513,832
18 42,559 481,438 310,401 3,824,233
25 38,975 520,413 292,916 4,117,149
April 1 37,282 557,695 293,896 4,411,045
8 38,192 595,887 356,344 4,767,389
15 45,698 641,585 314,151 5,081,540
22 49,342 690,927 261,309 5,342,84
29 47,924 738,851 218,501 5,561, 3.
May 6 50,459 789,310 221,075 5,782,425
13 50,370 839,680 181,740 5,964,165
20 49,695 889,375 158,470 6,122,635
27 52,085 941,460 189,344 6,311,979
June 3 37,150 978,610 158,314 6,470,293
10 23,920 1,002,530 176,915 6,647,208
17 19,148 1,021,678 129,622 6,776,830
24 20,847 1,042,525 173,703 6,950,533
July 1 23,939 1,066,464 213,664 7,164,197
8 34,280 1,100,744 206,795 7,370,992
15 36,288 1,137,032 238,110 7,609,102
22 26,344 1,163,376 260,848 7,869,950
29 17,814 1,181,190 220,252 8,090,202
August 5 3,792 1,184,987 172,981 8,263,183
12 2265 1,187,252 134,834 8,398,017
19 277 1,187,529 71,941 8,469,958
26 15 1,187,544 11,095 8,481,053


(15)










CITRUS SHIPMENTS, IN BOXES, SEASON 1900-01 1938-3)


FL RIDA


SEASONS
1900-01
1901-02
1902-03
1903-04
1904-05
1905-o6
1906-07
19070oe
1908-09
1909-10
1910.11
1911-12
1912-13
1913-14
1914-15
1915-16
1916-17
1917-18
1518-19
151920
1 '20-21
1521-22
1M22-23
1P23-24
1c24-25
19 25-26
1926-27
1927-28
1928-29
19)29-30
1930-31
1931-32
1932-33
1933-34
1934-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39


*Included with Oranges.


ORANGES

282,080
779,266
917,993
1,563,963
2,368,954
3,035,306
3,040,881
2,605,000
3,707,200
4,775,430
2,937,990
3,703,920
5,533,110
5,570,715
5,626,260
5,222,955
4,558,830
3,075,530
5,275,100
6,612,480
7,495,200
6,821,280
9,032,760
12,35P,800
9,308,520
7,467,840
8,868,240
7,065,360
13,547,520
7,664,040
15,736,610
10,834,176
13,464,485
14,511,496
14,010,560
14,236,916
17,190,976
21,679,591
27,422,640


GRAPEFRUIT

70,520
194,817
229,498
390,991
592,238
758,827
760,220
645,000
926,800
1,344,090
1,625,580
1,065,900
2,404,995
2,241,120
3,782,925
2,862,465
2,883,510
2,254,920
3,153,500
5,500,080
5,100,120
6,000,120
7,200,000
7,461,720
7,665,480
5,720,940
7,047,568
5,920,560
9,353,160
5,850,720
12,178,590
8,446,080
7,912,105
7,509,501
8,696,684
6,943,826
10,802,103
7,877,787
11,679,200


TANGERINES
*

*

*



74,250
107,250
53,130
186,645
134,895
290,835
284,625
206,655
251,160
342,040
387,360
604,800
478,800
667,080
498,600
809,280
593,080
779,360
710,800
1,329,080
637,920
1,916,615
1,785,984
1,749,45
1,856,247
1,675,848
1,855,539
2,781,773
2,027,559
3,071,287


## As Of August 19, 1939


FLORIDA:
TALIFORNIA:

TEXAS:


Includes rail, boat & truck shipments.
1'%T.19. through 1937-38 furnished by the California Fruit Growers Exchange and
represents rail & boat shipments prior seasons from railroad reports.
1933-34 through 1938-39 are rail, boat & truck shipments prior seasons,
production.


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TOTALS

352,600
974,083
1,147,491
1,954,954
2,961,192
3,794,133
3,801,101
3,250,000
4,634,000
6,193,770
4,670,820
4,822,950
8,124,750
7,946,730
9,700,020
8,370,045
7,648,995
5,581,610
8,770,640
12,499,920
13,200,120
13,300,200
16,899,840
20,3191120
17,783,280
13,781,860
16,695,168
13,696,720
24,229,760
14,152,680
29,831,815
21,066,240
23,126,035
23,877,244
24,383,092
23,036,281
30,774,852
31,584,937
42,173,127


CALIFORNIA
ORANGES

9,156,860
7,747,060
8,921,220
11,114,656
11,559,542
10,155,542
11,388,029
12,327,994
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
18,230,947
13,675,266
21,170,497
12,216,793
18,875,047
21,161,090
15,964,477
21,915,945
24,999,028
20,328,640
33,898,626
19,196,066
32,728,752
31,771,415
31,151,717
25,711,851
38,818,521
30,414,598
19,450,000
30,170,000
21,808,710##


TEXAS
GRAPEFRUIT



-
w
-
-
-
-


-





3,000

35,000
65,ooo
211,000
200,000
361,000
524,000
753,000
1,530,000
1,135,000
2,480,000
1,385,000
1,055,352
1,983,024
2,069,268
6,589,668
6,655t383
7,487,130











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


C ON T A INER
Standard Boxes

2 Bu. Bruoe Boxes

1 3/5 Bu. Bruce Bxs.
4/5 Bu. Nail Boxes

4/5 Bu. Bruce Boxes
3/2 Straps

1/2 Box Bags

1-Bushel Boxes

::/5 Bushel Boxes

I# Bags

5# Bags


1935-36
STD.BX.EQUIVALENT
BOXES PRCT.

3,$60,926 75.61

703,130 14,52


399,774


3,291

54,773
146



5,373
14,374


8*26


0.07

1.13




0.11

0.30


TOTALL


1936-37
STD.BX.EQUIVALENT
BOXES PRCT.


4,350,768

1,447,571

.. 9,403

584,374


52,774

9,585
6,050


1,410


67.33
22.40

0.14

9.04


0,82

0.15

0.09


OoO2


317 0.01

6I462L252 100.00


1937-38
STD.BX.EQUIVALENT
BOXES PRCT.


53,09

38.17

1.07

6.11

0.98

0.40

0.15


3,323,253

2,389,047

66,707

382,449

61,387

25,266

9,637


254

1,196

406


6,259,602 100.00


1938-39
STD.BX.EQUIVALENT
BOXES PRCT.
3,025,500 38.43


4,053,942

432,107

237,253

66,392

54,154


0,02 3,220

0.01 100


-

51.50

5.49
3.01

0.84

0.69


0*04

0.00


7,872,668 100.00


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* -


4,841,787 100000









SIZE ANALYSIS CITRUS SHIPMENTS PAST 10 SEASONS


SIZES


1938-. 1937. 1936- 1935-


0.1 0.7 0.2 0.2
0.5 3.8 0.7 1.6
11.1 28.5 11.4 11.7
a.*1 32.2 24.2 20.9
28.4 19.8 27.6 24.3
8.6 5.0 11.4 9.4
16.7 6.1 13.9 15.3
8.1 2.9 8.3. 11.2
2.4 1.0 2.3 5.4

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0


SIZES


90s
lo6s
120s
144s
168s
196s
216s
224s
250s
288s


1934- 1933- 1932-.. 1931-


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 8.3 17.4 13.7
0.3 2.4 4.9 1.8
14*4 3.9 14.6 .9.2
5.6 0.4 46 3.5
100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0


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


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1938. 1937 1936- 1935- 1934- 1933- 1932- 1931- 1930- 1929-
1M.' 1938 MI 1936 R22- 19 1932 1931 1930


0 RANGES

0,1 0.1 0.2 0.6 O.1 0.1 0.3 0.4 0.1 0.3
0.7 1.3 1.5 2.8 0.2 0.6 0.5 0.5 0.4 2.8
7.5 11.3 10.4 12.2 3.3 5*8 5.2 3.9 6.2 16.9
13.9 17.3 15.3 16.9 7.9 11.2 9.1 8,0 12.8 23.0
19.0 21.6 20.4 20.1 15.5 19.5 15.2 14.8 21.6 24.3
14.9 13.9 14.8 14.2 14.3 16.3 13.7 13.6 16.8 12.9
18.1 13.8 15.4 14.3 19.5 19.5 18.9 20.3 20.1 10.7
14.5 11.8 13.2 11.2 20.3 16.0 18.8 19.7 13.7 6.1
8.1 6.0 5.1 12.2 7.8 12.0 12.7 6.2 2.6
_.2 2.9 2.8 2.6 6.7 .2 6.3 6.1 2.1 0.4
100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0



GRAPEFRUIT

0.8 2.0 1.1 1.0 0.7 1.3 0.9 1.9 1.3 3.6
6.1 10.1 7.0 5.8 3.3 6.5 5.0 6.2 0.2 19.0
18.0 23.4 21,8 18.8 12.6 20.0 17.2 16.5 25.8 35.3
19.6 20.9 22.1 18.8 15.8 19.1 17.8 18,2 22.2 17.2
18.6 16.3 18.3 17.8 18.1 17.8 17.8 18.7 18.2 11.4
23.6 17.1 19.7 22.8 28.4 21.6 24.5 23.4 16.8 9.4
11.1 8.5 8.6 12.5 16.8 11.4 13.6 12.5 6.3 3.7
0.4 0.6 0.2 0.1 0.4 0.1 0.1 0.4 0.5 0.1
1.8 1.1 1.2 2.4 3 2._ 1 3.1 2.2 07 0.3
100.0 100.00 1000 100.0 100.0 100.0 1000 0 1000 100.0 100.0



TANGERINES


96s
100s
126s
150s
176s
200s
216s
250s
288s
3248
Total


36s
46s
54s
64s
70s
80s
96s
100s
126s
Total


SIZES


90s
100s
120s
150s
176s
200s
210s
246s
294s

Total











FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
GRADE ANALYSIS ON PACKED SHIPMENTS
(Twelve Seasons)



SEASONS VARIETY No.ls No.2s No.3s COMB.

1938-39 ORANGES 16.5% 42.4% 2.5% 38.6%
GRAPEFRUIT 29.8 40.8 0.5 28.9
TANGERINES 24.7 33.1 0.4 41.8
ORANGES 23.6 52.3 5.6 18,5
1937-38 GRAPEFRUIT 26.1 57*8 4,9 11.2
TANGERINES 31.0 55.0 3.2 10.8
ORANGES 30*2 59.1 6.9 3.8
1936-37 GRAPEFRUIT 37.6 55.2 2.5 4.7
TANGERINES 33.9 56.3 0,2 9.6
ORANGES 34.0 61.5 4.5
1935-36 GRAPEFRUIT 27.2 59.4 13.4
TANGERINES 42.8 51.5 5.7
ORANGES 35.7 60.6 3.7
1934-35 GRAPEFRUIT 41.6 55.0 3,4
TANGERINES 47.9 51.2 0.9
ORANGES 39.6 59.4 1.0
1933-34 GRAPEFRUIT 41.1 55.1 3.8
TANGERINES 49.0 50.7 0.3
ORANGES 31.9 63.4 4.7
1932-33 GRAPEFRUIT' 32.1 63.4 4.5
TANGERINES 52.3 46.9 0.8
ORANGES 48.2 49.2 2.6
1931-32 GRAPEFRUIT 49.5 46.0 4.5
TANGERINES 54.7 45.0 0.3
ORANGES 50.1 49.1 0.8
1930-31 GRAPEFRUIT 45.6 51.1 3.3
TANGERINES 60.1 39.7 0.2
ORANGES 30.4 69.6
1929-30 GRAPEFRUIT 36.5 63.5
TANGERINES 52.0 48.0 -
ORANGES 36.2 63.8 -
1928-29 GRAPEFRUIT 41.2 588 -
TANGERINES 59.6 40.4 -
ORANGES 63.8 36.2 -
1927-28 GRAPEFRUIT 60.0 40*0 -
TANGERINES 79.2 20.8 -

NOTE: "Comb." indicates combination, consisting of ones and twos mixed.
Prior to Season 1930-31 No. 3s were included with No. 2's.











FLORIDA STATE AUCTION SALES
BY AUCTION MARKETS
THREE SEASONS


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


GRAPEFRUIT

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

COMBINED


*.TANGERINES

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


1938.-.
CARS AVG.


12,440
4,049
2,132
694
1,091
1,639
511
1,555
717
396


19A?"38
CARS AVG.


2.10
1.99
2.16
2.11
2.20
2.26
2.01
2.01
2.17
12.9


25,224 2.09


6,389
1,429
1,020
329
384
361
118
432
277
,187


1.75
1.57
1.73
1.68
1.77
1.95
1.85
1.66
1.80
1.46


10,228
3,376
1,849
495
898
1,394
413
1,181
550
302


2.26
2.20
2.24
2.18
2.28
2.39
2.05
2.16
2.26
1.98


20,686 2.24
a;&AAA -


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


196.ARS
CARS AVG.


9,112
3,164
1,657
429
824
1,080
264
708
412
282


3.23
3.15
3.28
3.12
3.21
3.33
3.01
3.12
3.27
L- L8


17932 3.21


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


10,926 1.7L


1,851
551
172
152
189
257
107
203
148
__3


2.14
1.84
1.86
1.90
1.96
1.94
1.72
1.82
1,92
.L5.L


2.24
2.06
2,22
2.14
2.29
2.58
2.53
2.24
2.41
2.12


1 9 2.23


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


2*52
2.42
240
2.56
2.60
2,50
2.20
2.36
2.46
2.16


1,557
572
196
210
193
306
103
138
116
332


2.24
2.06
2.10
2,38
2,18
2.28
2.20
2.16
2.32
1.92


COMBINED


3,663 2,_00


, 2.48
- =0


*-STANDARD BOX BASIS.

NOTEt ALL ABOVE AVERAGES ARE ON DELIVERED BASIS.


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3,424 220








UNITED STATES
TOTAL ORANGE PRODUCTION BY STATES, CENSUS
YEARS 1889, 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919-1938


CALIF.
1,000
Boxes
1,245
5,882
14.440


FLA. #
1,000
Boxes
3,147
273
4.888


TEX.
1,000
Boxes


ARIZ.
1,000
Boxes


ALA.
1,000
Boxes


1/ "
1


IA.
1,000
Boxes


MISS.
1,000
Boxes


TOTAL
1,000
Boxes
4,392
6,167
19.530


CROP
YEAR




1899
1909

1919
1920
1921
1922
1923


EARLY AND
MID-SEASON
1,000 Boxes

9,600
10,700
9,600
12,000
13,700
17,500


VALENCIAS
,4lOOO Boxes

6,500
4,900
6,300
7,500
10,700
13,000


TANGERINES
1,000 Boxes

2,000
2,000
2,100
3,000
2,300
3,400


TOTAL
PRODUCTION
14000 Boxes

18,100
17,600
18,000
22,500
26,700
33,900


Division of Crop & Livestock Estimates, Agricultural Marketing Service.


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15,528 7,533 9 80 20 37 31 23,238
22,547 9,457 60 82 42 25 32,213
13,921 8,371 80 82 50 30 22,534
21,286 10,897 4 81 190 60 45 32,563
24t324 13t725 6 86 225 75 55 38,496

rage 19,521 9,997 4 77 120 53 37 29,809

18,535 11,639 12 60 2 75 30,323
24,200 10,044 10 86 130 100 27 34,597
28,167 11,512 41 75 75 150 42 40,062
22,737 9,487 70 54 110 200 50 32,708
P8,24 15,588 ,115 9 85 220 o 9,j 131
rage 26,527 11,654 49 75 80 149 30 38,564


21,483 10,304 261 137 212 187 37 32,621
35,470 19,211 250 139 3 195 2 5 270
34,900 14,220 520 145 80 245 54 50,164
34,265 16,200 315 147 120 241 80 51,368
28,439 18,100 30 143 3 212 2 47,289

rage 30,211 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 26,700 1,440 323 76 238 67 71,610
40,670 33,900 2,815 350 96 p85 85 78,301

rage 38,480 23,740 1,512 261 74 294 53 64,414


oxes or less. 2/ Estimated. # Includes Tangerines.



FLORIDA PRODUCTION SEGREGATED r EARLY & MID-SEASON, VALENCIAS & TANGERINES


Ave


1924
1925
1926
1927
1928


Ave


1929
1530
1931
1932
1933


Ave


1934
1935
1936
1937
1938


Ave


./ 500 B


CROP
YEAR


1933
1934
1935
1936
1937
1938








UNITED STATES
TOTAL GRAPEFRUIT PRODUCTION BY STATES, CENSUS
YEARS 188, 1892, 1?0o & YEARLY 1919.198


CROP
YEAR



1C89
1899
1909

919
1920
1921
1922
1923



1924
1925
1926
1927
1928


Average


Average


1929
1930
1931
1932
1933



1934
1935
1936
1937
1938


Average


Average


1/ 500 Boxes or less.


CROP
YEAR


1933
1934
1935
1936
1937
1938


FLA.
1,000
Boxes
10
12


TEX.
1,000
Boxes


CALIF.
1,000
Boxes


ARIZ.
1,000
Boxes


TOTAL
1,000
Boxes
10
- 31


1,062 1/ 123 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 95 9,459
--- --- V -- .-f
7,077 21 375 51 7,523

9,177 211 387 105 9,880
7,660 200 600 150 8,610
8,693 361 672 120 9,846
8,158 524 720 176 9,578
11,314 753 972 211 13,250

9,000 410 670 152 10,233

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
1 1 -'i- f .9 1_9 t I7/
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
14,600 11,800 1,944 2,500 30,844
23,700 15,670 1,824 3,000 44,194
4I -r I- Ia ~ I 4 -- -- 1. 4 -, 1 I i9
16,620 8,518 1,902 1,988 29,029

2/ Estimate.


FLORIDA PRODUCTION SEGREGATED SEEDLESS AND OTHER


TOTAL
GRAPEFRUIT
OTHER PRODUCTION


SEEDLESS

1000 Boxes
2,800
4,100
4,000
6,000
5,500
7,900


1000 Boxes

7,900
11,100
7,500
12,100
9,100
15,800


1000 Boxes

10,700
15,200
11,500
18,100
14,600
23,700


Division of Crop & Livestock Estimates, Agricultural Marketing Service.


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ESTIMATED CITRUS BEARING ACREAGE & TREES, BY STATES & AGE GROUPS, AS OF JULY ~t938 1/


BEARING TREES BY AGE GROUPS


STATE


GRAPEFRUIT
Early Varieties
Florida 2/
Texas 2/~
California 4/
Arizona
Total 4 States


Bearing
Acres
5 Years
Old &
Over
ACRES



54,124'
8,879
1,266
150


Bearing
Trees
5 Yrs.
Old &
Over


5
Years
Old


6-10
Years
Old


11-15
Years
Old


16-20
Years
Old


21 Yrs.
Old &
Over


5.15 Yrs.
Old,Not
In Full
Produo-
tion


16 Yrs.
& Over
At Or
Near
Full Pro-
duction


1 000 TREES


3,518
586
104
14


407 394
309 204
31 32
2 2


949
6o*
17
1


1,721

17
7


848 2,670
526 60
70 34
6 8


64,419 4,222 69 749 632 1,027 1,745 1,450 2,772


Late Varieties (Seedless)


Florida 2/
Texas /f
California .4/
Arizona
Total 4 States

All Varieties
Florida 2/
Texas /
California 4/
Arizona
Total 4 States


30,246
67,636
16,302
13.334


1,966
4,464
1,337
1.134


500
2,785
537
863


547
1,306
323
138


494
214*
207
32


1,109
4,250
937
1.079


127,518 8,901 376 4,685 2,314 947 579 7,375 1,526


84,370 5,484 109 907 941 1,443 2,084 1,957 3,527
76,515 5,050 172 3,094 1,510 2740 4,776 274
17,568 1,441 84 568 355 224 210 1,007 434
13,484 1,148 80 865 140 33 30 1,085 63
191,937 13,123 445 5,434 2,946 1,974 2,324 8,825 4,298


ORANGES
Navels & Other Early Varieties
Florida 2/ 114,554
California 4/ 95,938
Texas V/ 13,864
Arizona 3.977


Total 4 States


7,446
8,443
915
352


249 1,385
196 725
41 415
33 227


1,479
1,236
395
28


1,519
681
64*
18


2,814
5,605
46


3,113
2,157
851
288


4,333
6,286
64
64


228,333 17,156 519 2,752 3,130 2,282 8,465 6,409 10,747


Valenoia & Other Late Varieties


Florida 2/
California 4/
Texas j/
Arizona
Total 4 States

All Varieties
Florida 2/
California 4/
Texas /
Arizona
Total 4 States


92,415
136,577
9,500
2,767


6,006
12,019
627
243


1,220
2,939
291
198


1, 864
1,936
269
22


1,813
1,657
39*
2


1,146
5,107
4


3,047
5,255
588
237


2,959
6,764
39
6


241,259 18,895 568 4,648 3,911 3,511 6,257 9,127 9,768


206,969 13,452 392 2,605 3,163 3,332 3,960 6,160 7,292
232,515 20,462 576 3,664 3,172 2,338 10,712 7,412 13,050
23,364 1,542 69 706 664 103* 1,439 103
6,744 595 50 425 50 20 '50 525 70
469,592 / 36,051 1,087 7,400 7,049 5,793 14,722 15,536 20,515
? N- r:cq -'_~~~~_,_ nr -i ~ rrl- --.-


fOTiE 1/ 1/ 2/1, -, see explanation at foot of Page 24.


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ESTIMATED CITRUS BEARING ACREAGE & TREES, BY STATES & AGE GROUPS, AS OF JULY 1938 1/

BEARING TREES BY AGE GROUPS


STATE


TANGERINES
Florida 2/
California 4/
Texas /
Arizona

Total 4 States


LEMONS
California 4/


Bearing
Aeres
5 Years
Old &
Over

ACRES


24,446
1,478
636


Bearing
Trees
5,Years
Old &
Over


5
Years
Old


6.10
Years
Old


11-15
Years
Old


16-20
Years
Old


21 Yrs.
Old &
Over


5-15 Yrs.
Old.Not
In Full
Produc-
tion


16 Yrs.
& Over
At Or
Near
Full Pro-
duction


1,000 TREES


1,589
130
42


433
10
4*'


58 5 4 1 5

26,618 1,766 12 269 701 447 337 982 784




51,466 4,530 402 1,044 343 602 2,139 1,789 2,741
t


From Report of the 1939 Citrus Outlook released by the Bureau of Agricultural Economics.






16 years old and older

I/ Estimates based upon surveys by age and varietal groups made in
Florida in 1934; Arizona in 1935; California in 1937; Texas in
1934 and 1937* (Orange estimates do not include tangerines.)

/ 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 acrefor oranges, tangerines
and lemons.

/ Total bearing trees in the United States amount to about 37,100,000
trees. In addition to the total for the four States shown, it is
estimated that there are 1,023,000 bearing trees in Alabama,
Mississippi and Louisiana, as of July 1938, Most of the trees in
Alabama and Mississippi consist of satsumas; those in Louisiana
are mostly Navels.












TREE NUMBERS, UNITED STATES CENSUS ENUMERATIONS


CENSUS 1920


CENSUS 1225


Non- Non.
Seang Bea Beang Bearing Bearing

(Trees) (Trees) (Trees) (Trees)


CENSUS 1930 CENSUS 193


Non- Non-
Bearing Bearing Bearing


(Trees) (Trees)


Bearing


(Trees) (Trees)


GRAPEFRUIT
Florida
California
Texas
Arizona

Total


ORANGES
Florida
California
Texas
Arizona
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana

Total



TANGERINES
Florida
California
Arizona
Texas

Total



USMONS

California


LIMES
Florida


963336
81873
74039
12768


1681481
231136
5454
18819


951909
251616
315694
14568


2969910
304262
159576
38988


938874
494496
2198614
495254


3595155
619561
714735
177068


493438
431277
1856735
297478


4929128
980880
3438420
731032


1132016 1936890 1533787 3472736 4127238 5106519 3078928 10079460




2341341 ;3684327 6046261 7305722 3421837 9002362 2076538 13355512
2599707 10300068 1762027 13870018 2539312 14239607 2634579 17342937
41551 14350 184878 69336 764006 366421 586976 1165520
13362 46952 54185 77246 358914 96564 238051 389120
165536 260294 359126 262689 161377 432632 62300 277572
37350 28127 57109 11406 111981 6o703 21290 236639
26356 104382 135931 137456 226848 154946 185970 347872

5225203 14438500 8599517 21733873 7584275 24362235 5805704 33115172




29770 38516 479425 919975 *
948 2475 / *
300 / *
222 19 T *

30940 41310 *


781535 2884770



80870 115624


284000 3196469


309185 2776114


1/ 15430 42294


Prom Report of the 1939 Citrus Outlook released by the Bureau of Agricultural Eoonomies.

1/ Not available.

Information not available at time of Summary release*


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UNITED STATES CITRUS PRODUCTION & UTILIZATION, BY PRODUCING AREAS, 1935-36 128-)9
Furnished through the courtesy of the Growers Administrative Committee
Lakeland, Florida
Source Bureau of Agricultural Economios
TOTAL
FLORIDA CALIF. & ARIZ. TEXAS OTHERS U.S.
YEAR AND TANGER, NAVELS VALEN- ORANGES
UTILIZATION ORANGES INES & MISC. CIAS ORANGES ORANGES & TANGS.
Thousand Boxes -

Commercial Shipments (fresh) 27,066 2,852 12,230 16,000 2,543 99 60,790
Relief Shipments (fresh) 209 637 925 1,771
Processing, Commercial 1,188 1,148 3,600 6 5,952
Local Consunption,Elimination,Etc. 2.037 548 3,885 3,075 245 467 10,257
TOTAL PRODUCTION 30 500 3400 190 2360 2,804 56 78,770

Commerolal Shipments (fresh) 20,262 1,979 13,218 21,178 1,330 96 58,063
Relief Shipments (fresh) 825 690 1,174 2,689
Processing, Commercial 1,250 669 4,022 33 5,974
Local Consumption,Eliminationto. 206 21 2,223 3090 285 049
TOTAL PRODUCTION 24,400 2,00 16.800 29.464 1,430 381 74i75
1936-72
Commercial Shipments (fresh) 16,722 2,720 9,788 10,910 1,888 85 42,113
Relief Shipments (fresh) ,
Processing, Commercial 620 1,46 4,546 6,627
Local Consumptlon,Ellmination,Eto. 24158 280 2,118 1,224 112 06 6,198
TOTAL PRODUCTION 19i500 3,000 13,3 6 16680 2,000 91 54,938

Commercial Shipments (fresh) 13,934 1,796 12,701 14,845 636 42 43,954
Relief Shipments 'fresh) 27 171 198
Processing, Commercial 213 487 1,240 1,940
Local Consumption,Elimination,Eto. 1.753 204 1,394 2,184 141 205 5,981
TOTAL PRODUCTION 2100 14,60.7 27
NOTE 1938-39 figures: California estimated; Others preliminary.
y ,1 4 t (,; -.t ---i -, 'T I

YEAR AND FLORIDA CALIF.& ARIZ. TEXAS TOTAL U.S.
UTILIZATION GRAPEFRUIT GRAPEFRUIT GRAPEFRUIT GRAPEFRUIT
Thousand Boxes -
Commercial Shipments (fresh) 10,732 2,600 7,404 20,736
Relief Shipments (fresh) 908 291 755 1,954
Processing, Commercial 8,700 500 4,793 13,993
Processing, Relief 739 738 1,477
Local Consumption, Elimination, Etc. 26 1,980 5510
TOTAL PRODUCTION 220 4,300 15,67 43,670
Commercial Shipments (fresh) 7,768 3,267 6,481 17,516
Relief Shipments (fresh) 401 401
Processing, Commeroial 5,956 619 3,536 o,111
Processing, Relief 105 96 1,604 1,805
Local Consumption, Elimination, Eto, 771 307 .259 1 337
TOTAL PRODUCTION 14,600 469 11980 31,170

Commercial Shipments (fresh) 9,654 1,734 5,729 17,117
Relief Shipments (fresh) 925 1,199 2,124
Processing, Commercial 6,687 745 1,721 9,153
Processing, Relief 36 857 89
Local Consumption,Elimination,Etc.. ? 21 124 1,15
TOTAL PRODUCTION 18,100 2,710 9,630 30,440
Commercial Shipments (fresh) 6,921 3,711 2,057 12,689
Rellef Shipments (fresh) 10 22 32
Processing, Commercial 3,646 233 606 4,485
Processing, Relief -
Local Consumption,Elimination,Ete. 232 104 92 1 124
TOTAL PRODUCTION 1 276
NDOTE 1938.39 figures preliminary.
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ORANGES AND MANDARINS.
Estimated ProduCtion in Principal Countries
Average 1927-1931, Annual 1932-37.
(From Report of the 1939 Orange Outlook released by the Bureau of Agricultural Economics)


COUNTRY
Harvesting Ends
In Year Shown
United States
Spain
Italy
Brazil
China 2/
Japan
Palestine 2/
Union of South Africa 9/
Mexico
Australia
Algeria
Uruguay 2/
Greece
Southern Rhodesia a/
Mozambique an
Phtllippine Islands
Tunis
Italian Aegean Islands
France
Egypt
Cyprus 9/
Puerto Rico 2/
Cuba 2/
Jamaioa 2/
Argentine 2/
Dominica, B.W.I. 2/
British Honduras
Paraguay 2/
Syria /
Chile
New Zealand
Portuguese E. Africa 2/


AVERAGE
1927-31


43,166
37,368
8,760
12,346
15,000
11,213
2,560
2,000
3/ 3,262
2,243
1,880
2,700
4/ 641
180
4/ 140
/ 140
6o
*/ 25
24
2/ 1,000 2/
100
1,000
2,000
500
7,000
10
/ /y
3,000
1,400
2/ 100 2/
7/ 5 ?/2
20


1932 1933 d 1934
Thousand Boxoes


50,164
37,900
10,260
27,588
15,000
12,496
4,000
2,500
3,949
2,712
1,807
3,000
885
190
150
150
100
25
33
1,600 2/
230
1,000
2,000
500
Moo
7,000
10
3,. 0
1,000
1,000
95 2/
10 7/
30


51,415
36,109
16,188
32,642
15,000
13,053
5,9oo
2,600
3,558
2,603
2,398
3,000
968
130
175
180 2/
110
31
41
2,000 2/
205
1,000
2,000
500
7,000
10
-y
3,000
1,000
90 2/
15 /
36


47,374
34,400
10,263
36,281
15,000
13,943
$,500
2,800
2,885
2,713
)2,246
3,000
1,180
150
145 2/
200 -/
120
28
44
2,200 2/
250
1,000
2,000
495
7,000
10

3,000
1,000
90 2/
15 F/
40


1935 1936 1237


63,988
30,458 l/
11,367
36,104
12,000
12,164
7?,00
2,900
3,550
2,778
2,190
3,000
1,236
148
150 2/
200 D/
150
13 2/
38
2,500 1
275
1,000
2,000
300
7,000
12
2 2/
3,000
1,100
85 2/
20 /
36


52,313
29,149 I/
10,148
36,039*./
15,000
17,274 3/
6,000
3,300
3,552 2/
2,658 /
2,417
3,000
1,090
151 2/
150 2/
200 /
200
25 2/
31 7/
3,270 7
236
1,000
2,000
500
7,000
13
2 2/
3,000 .
1,200
80
20 2/
36


55,129
44,823
13,188
36,500
15,000
15,ooo
10,500
3,000
3,500
2,500
2,802
3,000
1,691
150
150
200
300
25
35
3,900
289
1,000
2,000
500
7,000
15
2
3,000
1,300
79
25
37


Compiled from official, trade, and consular sources.

Harvesting in Northern Hemisphere countries begins in the year previous to the one shown,
whereas the harvesting in Southern Hesmnaphere countries takes place in year shown, The 1937
production, for instance, in most Northern HemStphere countries began from September 1936 and was comp
was completed between April and October 1937.


/ Preliminary.

R/ Reugh estimate.

3/ Estimated from exports with allowance for local consumption and waste.
4/ 4-year average.

3/ 3-year average.

6/ Not available.


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GRAP EFRUI T

Estimated Production in Principal Countries
Average 1927-31, Annual 1932-37

(From Report of the 1939 Grapofruit Outlook released by the Bureau of Agricultural Economios)


COUNTRY
Harvesting Ends
In Year Shown


AVERAGE
19227-1


1932 1922 19,34 3 522 l26 o193
Thousand Boxes -


United States
Puerto Rico 1/
Cuba 2/
JEnalca 2/
Philjipine Islands
Union of So. Africa
Palestine 2/
Trinidad 27
British Honduras 2/
Honduras 2/
Spain
Australia 4/
Southern Rhodesia 4
Argentina
Brazil 2/
Hozanbique
Egypt 2/
Doninioa, B.W.I. 2/
!texico


12,556
1,100
225
100
/ 101
2/ 112
30
5
3

.
5
/ 10


2
50


15,147
950
300
125
102
200
120
15
5
2
22
5
/ 15
25
2/ 30
2
6
4/ 50


15,149
525
125
175
110
325
270
20
4
8
6
25
5
2/ 20
30
2/ 40
4
8
4/ 55


14,243
800
225
150
100
375
400
40
16
17
14
30
5
28
40
2/ 50
6
8
4/ 55


21,357
650
200
210
4/ 100
350
760
70
30
19
13
35
5
2/ 25
80
61
8
10
l/ 55


18,329
800
250
180
4oo
4/ 100
400
940
60
40
20
14
35
5
/ 42
95
4/ 60
/ 10
10
1/ 55


30,440
650
225
185
4/ 100
450
1,700
80
44
4/ 20
/ 20
40
6
49
100
2/ 60
12
/ 10
T/ 60


Compiled from official, trade and consular reports.


The crops of Northern Hemisphere countries blossom in the year previous to
the one shown, e.g. the 1937 crop blossomed in 1936 and harvesting started in
the fall of that year but was not completed until the summer of 1937. Crops in
Southern Hemisphere countries are entirely harvested in the year shown.

/ Based on exports of fresh and canned fruit with an allowance for
domestic consumption and waste.

2/ Based on exports with allowance for domestic consumption and waste.

3/ 3-year average.
4/ Rough estimate.

/ Not available or less than 500 boxes.

6/ 2-year average.


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ESTIMATED CITRUS BEARING ACREAGE BY STATES
FIVE YEARS OLD AND OVER. AS OF JULY 1938
FROM CITRUS OUTLOOK BUREAU OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS


ORANGES


Pleoida
Percentage

California
Percentage
Arizona
Percentage
Texas
Percentage

Total


EARLY
VARIETIES

114,554
50.2

95,938
42.0

3,977
1.7
13,864
6.1

228,333
100.0


LATE
VARIETIES

92,415
38.3

136,577
56.6
2,767
1.2
9,500
3.9
241,259
100.0


Florida
Percentage
California
Percentage
Arizona
Percentage
Texas
Percentage

Total


TANGERINES

Florida
Percentage

California
Percentage
Arizona
Percentage
Texas
Percentage

Total


GRAPEFRUIT


54,124 30,246
84.0 23.7
1,266 16,302
2.0 12.8

150 13,334
0.2 10.5
8,87.9 67,636
13.8 53*0

44,419 127,518
100.0 100.0


24,446
91.8

1,478
5.6
58
0.2

636
2.4

26,618
100.0


TOTAL ORANGES, GRAPEFRUIT
AND TANGERINES

315,785
45.9
251,561
36.6
20,286
2.9
100,515
14.6

688,147
100s0


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TOTAL

206,969
44.1

232,515
49.5
6,744
1.4
23,364
50o
469,592
100.0


84,370
44.0

17,568
9.2
13,484
7,0
76,515
398

131,937
100.0


10060










BOAT DESTINATIONS,. FLORIDA CITRUS, 1938-39 SEASON
(Car-lots on basis 400 boxes per car)

Sept. 10 1938 To June 29, 19)9, Inclusive



MIXED
CITIES ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES CITRUS

Albany 8 5 "
Arlington 1 -
Baltimore 363 188 26 1
Boston 2,368 1,142 137 -
Bridgeport 31 13 2
Burlington, Vt. 16 -
Charlestown, Mass. 2 -
Chicago (via Mobile) 40 -
Cincinnati 9 -
Cleveland 7 -
Detroit 8 -
East St. Louis 14 -
East Hartford 3 -
Harlen River 1 -
Hartford 38 4 2 -
Milwaukee (Via Mobile) 1 -
Kingston, Can. I -
Meriden, Conn. 1 -
Mobile (Mostly for diversion) 126 1 -
Montreal, Can. 28 65 5
New Haven 280 18 6
New Orleans 555 138 6
New York City 10,519 5,174 1,288 6
Norfolk 63 "
Norwich 2 -
Olneyville 5 -
Ottawa, Can. 2 3 -
Philadelphia 1,786 831 194 4
Pittsfield, Mass. 2 -
Portland, Me. 19 8 -
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 1 -
Providence 67 12 8
Quebec, Can. 2 13 -
:Iensselaer, N. Y. 45 24 2
Rutland, Vt. 1 -
St. Louis (via Mobile) 7 -
Scranton, Pa. 45 21 -
Somerville, Mass. 88 16 -
South Norwalk 2 -
Springfield, Mass. 91 20 10
Torrington, Conn. 8 -
Troy, N. Y. 3 2 -
Waterbury 6 -
White River Jet. 11 -
Wilkes Barre 12 2 1 -
Woroester, Mass. 2 -

For Export 704 130 131 -


17,334 7,836 ;,818 11
ears oars oars cars
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1938-39 RECORD OF FLORIDA CITRUS SHIPMENTS
INTERESTING BECAUSE OF LONG PERIOD, HEAVY
SHIPMENTS, LOW PRICES


FLORIDA AUCTION SALES
ALL VARIETIES ALL SECTIONS


WEEK
ENDING

Sept* 3
10
17
24
Oct. 1
8
15
22
29
Nov. 6
12
19
26
Deca. 3
10
lo
17
24
31
Jan. 7
14
21
28
Feb. 4
11
18
25
March 4
11
18
25
April 1
8
15
22
29
May 6
13
20
27
Juno 3
10
17
24
July 1
8
15
22
29
Aug. 5
12
19
THIS SEASON

LAST SEASON


ORANGES
CARS AVG.

$ -
-

1 2.25
4 2.50
32 2.43
228 2.03
275 1.96
252 2*27
420 1.97
449 1.69
484 1.95
509 1.86
567 1.85
63c 1.05
744 1.81
614 1.94
504 1.97
554 1.92
750 1.86
760 1.77
670 1.82
670 1.84
730 1.99
817 1.86
746 1.86
795 1.88
696 1.93
677 2.08
768 2.09
771 2.07
675 2.08
562 2.19
613 2.39
624 2.34
686 2.38
787 2.23
636 2.33
730 2.30
565 2.38
710 2,68
663 2.46
632 2.45
624 2.29
384 2.28
385 2.41
320 2.37
233 2.56
159 2.68
88 2.84
2 3.05
25,224 2.09


GRAPEFRUIT
CARS AVG.

$ -
33 2.54
133 2.24
116 2.32
218 2.22
287 1.82
299 1.62
216 1.63
180 1.76
184 1.89
223 1.81
291 1.73
199 1.68
245 1.65
232 1.68
233 1.69
194 1.79
149 1.72
178 1.71
233 1.67
229 1.71
213 1.87
297 1.71
289 1.71
237 1.67
231 1.66
305 1.74
344 1,66
343 1.55
300 1.52
249 1.64
223 1.81
289 1.78
370 1.75
370 1.63
331 1.65
335 1.59
298 1.70
304 1.72
277 1.66
232 1.93
273 1.80
190 1.69
204 1.38
76 1.38
61 1.82
57 1.97
55 1.62
57 1.45
27 1.66
7 2.66
10,926 1.72


20,686 2.24 8,555 2.16


TANGERINES
CARS AVG.


7
93
156
172
224
262
263
318
218
263
360
166
127
177
161
140
117
115
69
42
55
46
34
31
14
10
8
7
3
4
1











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FLORIDA SHIPMENTS
RAIL, BOAT AND TRUCK
ORANGES GRFRT. TANGS. TOTALS


1.61
1.05
1.18
1.12
1.01
.96
.95
.99
1.00
.83
.62
,72
1.04
1.03
1.06
1.03
1.03
1.15
1.28
1.58
1.65
1.49
1.51
1.28
1.60
1.81
1.65
1.49
1.52
1.48
1,28











1.00


3
5
11
30
109
400
720
612
1,037
1,312
1,254
1,819
1,427
1,722
2,336
3,291
2,058
1,356
1,938
2,122
2,186
2,092
1,998
2,328
2,245
2,540
2,234
2,365
2,518
2,313
2,209
1,910
1,773
1,876
1,652
1,765
1,463
1,493
1,443
1,429
1,516
1,171
1,241
934
567
639
419
258
210
60

70,434


25132 1*24


37
194
272
322
621
656
496
356
369
507
629
645
543
592
599
690
394
429
594
677
766
686
802
801
715
774
876
1,013
961
846
797
897
1,074
1,154
953
960
856
894
891
687
685
510
550
331
115
102
102
110
55
24

2,626


0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
72
251
395
414
510
728
837
689
544
648
381
247
363
281
260
228
181
161
101
84
91
62
45
31
18
9
7
8
7
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

7,659


55.092 20,044 5,151


40
199
283
360
730
1,056
1,216
968
1,408
1,091
2,134
2,659
2,384
2,024
3,663
4,a18
3,141
2,329
3,180
3,180
3,199
3,141
3,081
3,389
3,188
3,495
3,271
3,479
3,563
3,250
3,068
2,852
2,878
3,048
2,614
2,732
2,327
2,394
2,338
2,.16
2,201
1,681
1,791
1,265
682
74
521
368
265
84
34
107,719

80,287












New York


CARLOTS
1938*39
1937-38
1936.37
1935- 36
1931-35


1030.83
19 6-37

1934-35

1938-39
1937-387
1935-36
1934-35

1938-39
1937-38
1936-37
1935-36
1934-35


CARLOTS
1938-39
1937-38
1936-37
1935-36
1934-35

CARLOTS

1938-39
1537 -3 8
1536.-37
1935-36
1934-35


RECORD OF AUCTION
SALES AND UNLOADS

ORANGES
12,440
10,228
9.112
,503
8,243

6,577
5,527
5,103
4,425
4,397
19,017
15,755
14,215
11,928
12,640


All Auctions


25,224
20,686
17,932
14,780
15,890


ALL AUCTIONS
ALL VARIETIES
39,813
31,754
31,553
24,943
27,846

ALL AqTICONS
AL VAR IETIES

39,813
31,754
31,553
24,943
27,846


GRFRUIT
6,389
4,881
5,376
3,928
4,893
2,636
2,185
2,757
2,061
2,359

9,025
7,066
8,133
5,989
7,252
10,926
8,555
10,197
7,765
9,759


ALL SEABOARD
AUCTIONS
30,649 77.0%
24,686 77.7
24,706 78.3
19,589 78.5
21,482 77.1

NEW YORK
ALL VARIETIES


20,680
16,420
16,045
12,555
14,207


51.9%
51.7
50.9
50*3
51.0


TANGS.
1,851
1,311
1,557
1,124
1,071

756
554
801
548
519
2,607
1,865
2,358
1,672
1,590

3,663
2,513
3,424
2,398
2,197


TOTALS
20,680
16,420
16,045
12,555
14,207

9,969
8,266
8,661
7,034
7,275
30,649
24,686
24,706
19,589
21,482

39,813
31,794
31,553
24,943
27,846


ALL OTHER
AUCTIONS
?,164 23.0o
,068 22.3
6,847 21.7
5.354 21.5
6,364 22.9

ALL OTHER
ALL VARIETIES


19,133
15,334
15,508
12,388
13,639


- 48.1%
- 48.3
- 49.1
- 49.7
- 49,0


AUCTION AVERAGES


New York
All Seaboard
All Auctions
Other Than Seaboard

New York
All Seaboard
All Auctions
Other Than Seaboard

New York
All Seaboard
All Auctions
Other than Seaboard

New York
All Seaboard
All Auctions
Other than Seaboard

New York
All Seaboard
All Auctions
Other than Seaboard


ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT


$2.10
2.08
2.09
2.14

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


$1.75
1.71
1.72
1.77
2.20
2.16
2.16
2.16

2.24
2,24
2.20
2.23
2.36

2.67
2.58
2.57
2.51

2.04
1.98
2.00
2.06


All Other Seaboard




All Seaboard "


1938-39



1937-38



1936-37



1935-36



1934-35


(FULL BOX)
TANGERINES

$2.14
2.05
2.00
1.89

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