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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: 1939
Frequency: annual
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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.
General Note: Description based on: season 1930/31; title from cover.
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FLOhIDA CITRUS EXCHAIGEI

STATISTICAL BULLTTI'

sDASo0I 1939-40










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Issuod Nlovoubor 9, 1940

Statistical Dopartment
FLCRIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE





























F C iR E W7 0 R D


Wo have compiled and herowith submit

statistical reports covering classified

shipments of citrus fruits from the state

as a whole and by the Florida Citrus

Exchange, during the season of 1939-40,

together vith other information convorning

the Exchango and the citrus industry.



FLOrIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE




Socrotary.


121017










T A B L E C F 0 0 11 T E 1l T S


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

Exchange Volume by Districts and Variotioe.*4......................................... 2

Exchange Comparison of Tonnage by Variotios for Pive Seasons in Boxos.............. 2

Exchange District Comparativo Volume.............. .. ...... .................. 3

Exchange Comparative Statoront of Voluno by Varietics,**........,, ................ 3

Exchange Statonont of Decay by Varietios according to districts...................... 3

Exchange volumo by varieties seasons 1909-10 thru 1939-40, in boxos.................. 4

State of Florida carlot shipments seasons 1909-10 thru 1939-40....**.................. 5

Exchange carlot movenont rail, boat and truck by months, oomparativo.o.................. 6

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

Exchange FOB averages eaoh season since 1909, by varioties............................ 8

Florida shipment in boxes indicating porcont movod by various carriors.............. 9

Florida certified shipments by counties, by varieties in boxos........................ 10

Florida rail and boat and California orange shipments each season since 1C86...*...... 11

Florida FPB gross returns on rail and boat shipnonts each season since 1909-10........ 12

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

Estimated not returns to Florida growers for difforont typos of shipmonts............. 13

Florida citrus cannery productiono...... ...e.... .. ............................... 14

Florida citrus used by all oannors, by weeks and to do............................. 15

Florida, California and Texas citrus shipnonts in boxes sinoo 1900-01.................. 1

Exchange analysis of different typos of containers used past four soasons..*........... 17

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

Exchange grade analysis on packed shipr.ents....................................... 19

Florida auction sales and avoreCos each auction market three seasons.......... ....... 20

United States total tree production of oranges by states 1089 thru 1939.............. 21

United States total tree production of grapefruit by states 1889 thru 1939........... 22

Estimated bearing acreage Grapofruit with percentage by ago groups.....*............. 23

Estimrtod bearing acreage Oranges with percentage by ago groups....................... 23

Estimated bearing acreage Tangerines with porcentago by ago groups.................... 24

United States citrus tree numeration by varieties and statcs*..*.................*.** 25

Index of national non-agricultural incomo................. ..... .... .... ......... 26

Estimated OranGo production in principal countrics................ o.................. 27

Estimated Grapofruit production in principal eountrios.............................. 28

Estimated citrus bearing acreago by stateos.............................. .......... 29


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T.BLE Or COETEI1TS (CONTIITUED)


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

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

United Statos exports of Oranges and Orapofruit....*............*** o. ............. 32

oocord of auction sales and unloads............ ...........,.,,,.. ,,,o.....,.. 33

Cost of PackinG, Florida Oranges, by containers............................,..,.. 34

Cost of Packing, Florida Gra-cfruit, by containers.............................. 35

Cost of Packing, Florida Tangorinos, by oontainors......... .............. .......... 36

United States production of major fruit orops7....................... ............. 37

Citrus contain3r6see...... ................o.................*.*......o....... 38

Now York City, rail and boat, unloads since 1928-29............................. 39

Disposition of Florida citrus............**.*...... ..... ........................ 40

Florida grapefruit production, showing utilization of oanncrs....... ............. 41

United States grapefruit production, showing utilization of cannors.e............... 41

Florida oranGo production, showing utilization of cannors ..*........................ 42

United States erango production, showing utilization of eannors.**.................. 42

United States exports of canned Grapefruit segmonts................ ................... 43













OFFICERS, DIRECTORS AND HEADS
OF DEPART::ENTS, LORIDA CITRUS
EXCHANGE, SEASON 19O0-41


C. H. Walker
H. E. Cornell
UV 0. Putnam
J. C. Palmer
J. S. Taylor, Jr.
C. C. Connandor
P. S. Johnston
L. D. Aulls
S. L. Looney
0. M. Folix
Counts Johnson


Sub-Exchango

Clark
Florence
Port Pierce
Indian River
International
Lake County
Lake Region
North Pinollas
Orango
Pinollas
Plymouth
Polk County
Polk Packing
Sonic
St. Johns Hiver
West Coast
Winter Haven


President & Chairman of tho Board
First Viooc-Prosident
Socond Vico-President
Third Vico-Presidont
Fourth Vioe-Prosidont
Gonoral 1:anagor
Sales manager r
Traffic ::anagor
Treasuror-Conptrollor
Secretary
Attorney


Director

R. J. Koplor
U. C. VanCliof
W. Lt. Uoseloy
H. G. Putnan
L. L. Lowry
J. 1!. Movery
Frod T. Honderson
J. W. Smith
J. 0. Palmor
John S. Taylor, Jr.
Wn. G. Golor
D. A. Hunt
J. A. Snivdly, Jr.
0, H. Walker
Ton B. Stewart
U. U. Raymond
H. E, Cornell


Bartow
intor Haven
Oak Htll
Windornero
Largo
Tanpa
Tampa
Tampa
Tampa
Tampa
Tanpa


Address

DoLand
Winter Havon
Fort Pierce
Oak Hill
Winter Haven
Eustis
Winter Haven
Brooksvillo
Windornore
Largo
Windermoro
Lake Wales
Winter Haven
Avon Park
DoLand
Alva
Winter Haven














.FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE SHIPMENTS
AS INDICATED BY SHIPPING REGISTER
STATISTICAL DEPARTMENT

FINAL REPORT
Season 1939.40


DISTRICTS

.1
//2

i3
;4
INT. FRUIT COR9.
GRAND TOTALS


TOTALS LAST SEASON
D C R E A S E


ORANGES

1,472,165
1,324,382
326,221

531,32r-

394,81)
4,048,907


5,622,998,
1. 574.0?


GRAPEFRUIT

298,365
1,064,287 -

398,410

651,532i
221,614-,
2,634,209o-


4,045,850
1,411, 64&0


TANGERINES

164,142
189,860-

51,8a83-
38,638
20,81k-
465,344


8738,O06
272.722j


TEMPLES

15,962*-

17,565
236

6,829
0

40.592,o

92.068-
51.476


TOTALS

1,950,635
2,596,095

.776,75a0-
1,228,323
637, 249k

7,189,O53

10,498.,82-

3,309,,929


FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
TONNAGE BY VARIETIES FOR 5 SEASONS


VARIETY
Early & Mid-
season Oranges
Valenoias

Common Grapefruit
V., S. Grapefruit
Ta.ngerines

Temples


139-.-40

2,410,797J-

1,638,109 l
1,426,174

1,208,0359-
465,344

40,5921j


7,189,o53 10,586,571-


PRCT.
27*1

36.1
10.8

17.1


1001
8!0 9

i0O40O


1938-39

3,156,004o-
2,479,294j-

2,500,409
1,620,67r1-

738,123-
92,06oa6


1237-p3

2,800,600

2,350,430

1,352,131*-
1,073,3341--
492,551-

52,187

8,121,234*-


1936-37

2,210,597*

1,795,344
2,298,973

1,522,447*
697,01 9-

77, 354

8,601,739


1935-36

2,049,133

1,422,225

1,271,825
802,934
463,187-r

40Z,20

6,050,224j-
I- *-- .1












FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OP SHIPMENTS
BY DISTRICTS SEASONS 1939-40 & 1938-3?

1939-40 1938-39

1,950,635 3,294,717

2,596,095 3,815,671-

776,75oi 1,112,836-

1,228,323 1,587,875

637,249~ 75A471i

7,189,053 10,586,571k


VARIETY

Oranges

Grapefruit

Tangerines

temples


TOTALS
%z=======


DISTRICTS

#1

#2

#13
#4
INT.

TOTALS

1938-39


ORGS.

0.06

0.10

0.14

0.02

0.03

-a 07


COMPARATIVE STATEMENT
BY VARIETIES

199-40

4,048,907

2,634,209-
465,344

40,592k-


1938-39

5,635,299-
4,121,080

738,123J-
S2,06s 7-


LOSS

1,586,39*

1,486,8701-

272,779
51,476


7.189,053 10,586,571 3.397.510-




FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
STATEMENT OF DECAY
EXPRESSED IN PERCENTAGES


GRFT.

0.09

0.11

0.18

0.00

0.02
-S-.-O

-L-11


TANGS

0.07

0.07

0.28

0.05

0.00

0.0

0.1


TEMPS

0.15

0.00

0,00

0.00

0.00

0.07
-24-m 00Tf

-1..&


39.40
TOTAL

0.06

0.10
o.i7
0.01


0.01



_.23


38-39
TOTAL

0.21

0*33
0.38

0.02

0.10

0.23


IN-
CREASE

0.00

0*00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00


DE-
CREASE

0.15

0.23

0.21

0.01
0.08

0.16


0.10 0.12 0.63 44 0.6
LiSL t~~ -)~~ C~j 0.44~


DE REASE
. *i,.-^... ^ ii


DISTRICTS

#1

#2

#3

#4

INT.

TOTALS


LOSS

1,344,082

1,219,5761-

336,086

359,552

138t222

3, 397.518k-








FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
VOLUME BY VARIETIES
AS MANIFESTED TO TAMPA OFFICE


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

1,143,189
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

5,203,168

5,727,368


(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
2,084,098

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

2,425,466
4,121,080


1939-40 4,0896500 2,634,209

31 YEAR TOTALS 78,088,627 8,*11,5 9


TANGERINES

17,812
19,345
7,76o
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
738,123
465,344


TOTAL
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

10,586,571
7,182,053


8,-Gp1806 145,292,0)~2


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
365o6
360.7
359.7
367.9
368.3

370.6
384.3
371.8
387.0
395.6
396.1

395.1
396.2

396.3
392j9

, ,,














STATE OF FLORIDA

RAIL & BOAT SHIPiENTS
(CARLOTS)


ORANGES

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
38,104


ORFRUIT

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
12,886


TRUCK SHIPMENTS


236
743
1,445
2,708
180
4,800
4,372
5,150
6,452
7,227
,278
6,411
8,602
14,473
12,313


142
581
666
1,250
83
2,400
2,641
2,650
1,898
2,792
2,577
3,211
3,086
4,498
3,258


*-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
1927-28
1928-29
1929-30
1930-31
1931-32
1932-33
1933-34
1934-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40


TANGS.,

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
4,047


TOTALS

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
55,037


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
1939 .40


22
65
111
208
14
800
415
488
675
669
584
1,o76
745
1,324
1,235


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
16,806









FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
CAR.LOT SHIPMENTS BY MONTHS

INCLUDINGG PROPORTION OF MIXED CARS)

ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES TOTALS


VARIETY & MONTH
ORANGES
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August


CARS BY RAIL
3940 9M3


0
400
635
875
996
532
574
521
258
57
1
0


20
468
717
825
817
78
71
567
637
7 8
2 8
__26


CARS BY BOAT
39-40 38.39


O 1
94 73
81 250
382 455
536 665
187 724
203 713
458 467
514 700
a6 715
30 294
0 15


CARS BY TRUCK
39-40 3-.39


6
165
310
480
415
236
248
206
84
14
2
0


18
186
265
478
352
524
476
270
205
185
83
11_


TOTAL CARS
39-40 138-9


6 39
659 727
1026 1232
1737 1758
1947 1834
955 2031
1025 1906
1185 1304
856 1542
157 16s3
33 664
0 62


TOTALS 4849 62571 2


2166 9586 12


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


18
422
376
165
231
174
292
234
166
47
0
0


305
428
302
269
252
306
552
643
677
372
79
__.!Z


1 9
60 112
75 203
191 239
272 297
107 324
112 500
271 346
135 402
10 274
0 29
0 0


17
97
lie
118
107
127
79
117
86
87
24
0
0
o
O


45
100
116
113
145
17o
197
130
122
65
17
4


36 359
573 640
569 621
463 621
630 694
360 800
521 1249
591 1119
386 1201
81 711
0 125
0 21


TOTALS 2125 4202 1234 735


859 1224 4218 8161
= ===


TANGERINESs
October
November
December
January
February
iaroh
April
May


16
188
260
168
20
2
0
0


1
243
442
247
90
29
15
2


14 1
36 59
119 161
120 161
12 95
4 61
0 20
0 8


6
67
144
77
7
3
0
0


2
52
133
74
36
14
3
0_


36 4
291 354
523 736
365 482
39 221
9 104
0 38
___a IQ


654 1069 -5666 34 314= 1263 19464


COMBINED:
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
TOTALS
9=1


18
838
1199
1300
1395
726
868
755
424
104
1
0


325
897
1262
1536
1316
1179
1298
1225
1316
1155
366
-.22


1 10
168 186
192 512
692 855
928 1123
306 1143
319 1274
729 833
649 1110
96 989
30 323
0

4110

(6)


23
268
495
731
619
322
368
292
171
38
2
0


63
288
433
724
571
730
687
403
327
250.
100
S15


42 398
1274 1371
1886 2207
2723 3115
2942 3010
1354 3052
1555 3259
1776 2461
1244 2753
238 2394
33 789
._ _2


339 4591 150 24892
_2.121 SSSS SSSS SSSS


TOTALS
=2M







STATE OF FLORIDA
CARLOT SHIPMENTS BY MONTHS
(INCLUDING PROPORTION OF UIXED CARS)

ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES TOTALS


VARIETY & MONTH
ORANGESt
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
TOTALS

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


TANGERINESi
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May


TOTALS


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


OARS BY RAIL
39-40 3283-


3 59
2328 2049
4037 3358
6249 5352
6240 4700
3663 5021
3351 5428
2335 4201
890 3505
104 2827
2 953

29202 37548


130 1132
1743 1367
1413 1359
1022 1210
1236 1496
906 1686
943 2102
1010 2603
581 2447
105 1451
1 224
0 43

9090 17120



80 3
683 85?
1431 1977
810 976
98 451
10 189
0 61
0 6

_312 4522



133 1191
4151 3419
6333 5576
8702 8539
8286 7172
4667 7158
4304 7719
3345 6865
1471 5958
209 4278
3 1177
0 X138


CARS BY BOAT
39-40 38-3.9

0 6
493 387
468 1417
1682 1698
2089 2465
1005 2276
997 2806
1038 2216
991 2137
115 2013
24 910
0 82


OARS BY TRUCK
39u40 38239


28
879
1734
3343
2159
1348
1274
972
487
86
3
0


72
769
1415
2928
1831
1976
2216
1346
961
666
258
35


TOTAL CARS
39-40 8392

31 137
3700 3205
6239 6190
11274 9978
10488 8996
6016 9273
5622 10450
4345 7763
2368 6603
305 5506
29 2121
0 212


8902 18413 12313 144 50417 70434


23 38
227 411
199 724
609 766
725 960
451 852
344 1251
733 1189
468 1009
37 649
0 142
0 17

3796 8008



39 1
96 312
285 536
260 468
51 278
4 160
0 46
O 12





3 44
759 799
763 2453
2576 3000
3074 3893
1507 3406
1345 4217
1771 3451
1459 3158
152 2662
24 1052
0 .099


79
362
433
441
493
397
385
372
232
64
0
0


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


212 1316
2332 2111
2045 2497
2072 2427
2454 2977
1754 3119
1672 4039
2115 4341
1281 3886
206 2368
1 467
0 78


3258 4498 16144 29626


18
259
609
312
30
7
?
0
0
o


3
181
570
288
189
75
11
._


137 7
1238 1352
2325 3083
1382 1732
179 918
21 424
0 118
0 25


1235 1324 5282 7


107
1259
2426
4393
2964
1775
1666
1344
719
150
3
___


218
1105
2010
3949
2640
2746
2977
1906
1398
934
359
51


243 1453
6169 5323
9522 10039
15671 15488
14324 13705
7949 13310
7315 14913
6460 12222
3649 10514
511 7874
30 2588
_0 -0


41604 0 28234 16806 20295 71843 107719
==


TOTALS












AVERAGES AT TAMPA OFFICE ON PACKED FRUIT
Seasons 1909-10 To 1939.40


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

1920-29
1929-30

1930-31

1931-32

1932-33

1933-34

1934-35

1935-36
1936-37

1937-38

1938-39
1939-40


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

1.74


GRFRUIT

$2038

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

1.51


*-Tangerine averages are
Standard box basis


for Thole straps, or


*-TANOS

$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

2.03


TOTAL

$1.34
1.65

2.21

1.96

1,83

1.42

1,96

2,01

3.46

3.52

3,37

2.65

3.17
2.62

1.82

2.74

3.36


3.90
2,09


2.01

2.01

1.45

1.83

1.67

2.12

2,11

1,60

1.31

1,70









TOTAL SEASON'S SHIPMENTS
IITH AMOUNTS MOVING BY DIFFERENT CARRIERS
(FOUR SEASONS IN BOXES)

FLORIDA ORANGES, GRAPEFRUIT AND TANGERINES


1939-40
SHIPMENTS PRCT.


Oranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines

TOTAL RAIL

BOAT

Oranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines

TOTAL BOAT

TRUCK

Oranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines

TOTAL TRUCK



Oranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines

tRAND TOTALS

IANNERY

Oranges
Grapefruit
TOTALL CANNERY

1'1G. LOADS
"TAIL
Oranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines
T3TAL RAIL

B)AT & TRUCK

A I, CARRIERS
Oranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines
CCUBINED


11,096,760
3,557,826
1,324,800

15,97,.386



3,560,800
1,518,400
294,000

5,37~3200



4,925,200
1,303,200
494,000

6,722.400



19,582,760
6,379,426
2,112,800

28,074,986



4,170,134
8,800,274

12,970 408



380.0
391.4
400.0

390.a
=- d



388.4
395.2
400.0

390.8


56.7
55.8
62.7

56.9



18.2
23.8
13.9

19.1


25.1
20.4
23.4

24.0



100.0
100.0
100.0

100.0


(INCLUDES RELIEF)

1938-39
SHIPMENTS PRCT.


14,268,240
6,676,800
1,816 487

22,761,527



7,365,200
3,203,200
725,200

11,29 600


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

8,118,000



27,422,640
11,679,200
3,071,287

42,173,127



1,187,544
8,481,053

966o8.97



380.0
390.0
401.7


400 0


389.3
394.2
401,0

W-4


52,0
57.2
59.2

54.0



26,9


26.8
27.4_





21.1
15.4
17.2
19.2




100.0
100.0
100.0

100.0


1927-38
SHIPMENTS PRCT.


12,257,191
4,446,987
1,209,159

17,9Y 337



5,981,600
2,196,400
.520,40Q

8,698,400



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





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

31,584,937



1,250,336
6,045291

7,2,5.62y7



388.7
387.8
389*4
388.5
II' at
400.0


393.5
393.0
393.4
392 4


56.5
56.4
59.6

56.7


27.6
25.7

27,6



15.9
15.7
14,7





100.0
100.0
100,0

100.0


1936-37
SHIPMENTS PRCT.
8,820,176 51.3
6,410,903 59.3
1,600,573 57.5

16,831,652 547


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

9,664,000



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





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

30,774,852



550,337
6,722 7V3

7.273,090



388.4
397.6
388.3



400.0


394.0
398.6
393.2


33.8
28.8
27.0

31.4



14.9
11.9
15.5

13.9



100*0
100.0

100.0
100.0


RELIEF SHIPMENTS INCLUDED IN ABOVE AS FOLLOWSt
1939-40 859,100 BOXES ORANGES ALL RAIL.
1938-39 208,827 BOXES ORANGES ALL RAIL. -
1HO1 EXPRESS SHIPMENTS INCLUDED WITH RAIL,


908,622 BOXES GRAPEFRUIT ALL RAIL.









CERTIFIED COUNTY SHIPMENTS FROM SEPTEMBER 1, 1939 THRU JUNE 30, 1940
AS RELEASED BY CITRUS INSPECTION BUREAU (1-3/51s BUSHEL BOXES)


COUNTY

ALACRUA...........

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

BROWARD ........

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

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

DADE.......e.. ...

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

DUVAL.4........0..

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

HERNANDO.**.......

HIGHLANDS.........

HILLSBOROUGH......

INDIAN RIVER......

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

LEE..............

MANATEE...........
MARION............

MARTIN............

ORANGE............

OSCEOLA...........

PALM BEACH........

PASCO...,.........

PINELLAS.........

POLK.............

PUTNAM1.. ....... .

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

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

SARASOTA,.........

SEMINOLE.........
SUMTER....,.......

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

MISCELLANEOUS,....

STATEWIDE TOTALS..


GRAPEFRUIT

1,267

302,260

10,047
882

10,347
90,671

40,814

113,011

2,518

3,775
226,136

185,711

561,508

364,595

139,548
284,456

62,337
0

496,513

37,076
25,643
148,721

487,712

1,898,170

11,845

1,454

600,199

45,914i

89,237
663

56,045

825
6,29?,970


ORANGES

38,583

603,430

99,281
6,631

o

87,890

337,434

350,190
41,207

53,902
463,266

761,648

184,082

1,762,333

98,778
107,667

893,213

9,582

4,549,591

131,583

31,933

351,715
379,404

5,756,163
104,741

34,101

473,299

121,917

709,516
17,216

362,246

1,,37
18,926,479


TANGERINES

1,396

19,177

937
258

0

1,712

31,128

55,746

3,730
37,638
48,774

45,475
27,615

152,927

2,860

2,184

19,223
0

591,894
15,244

5,920
28,842

29,554

667,626

23,986

321

45,483
0
o

85,869
217

89,897


2,035,941


TOTALS

41,246

924,867

110,265

7,771

10,347

180,273

409,376

518,947

47,455

95,315
738,176

992,834

773,205

2,279,855
241,186

396,307

974,773

9,582

5,637,998

183,903

63,496

529,278

896,670

8,321,959

140,572

35,876
1,118,981

167,831
884,622

18,096

508,188

3,140
27,262,390


COL. ADDED

4,524

18,094

0

0

0

3,132
122,093

78,562

11,305

15,252
114,945

249,768

1,344

812,786

10,946

30,098

355,294
0

2,017,721

72,443
44

76,668

121,807

2,166,280

8,515

11,156

16,969

37,816

275,571
0

39,136
o

6,672 262


NOTE; Citrus fruit transported by express or parcel post, or used for charity, and relief
purposes, is exempt from certification and is, therefore, not shown in the above
shipping report.
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TOTAL CITRUS CROP I;OVEMENT
RAIL AMD BOAT SHIPIiENTS
IN BOXES


SEASONS

1886-87..***,*,.,,e,,,,,e,.,,-.
1887-88*,,**. ceses...**..*,,***
1888-89.***********************.
1889-902*************.******.***
1890-91.........................
18910-912............. ..........
1891-92..... ,................
1892394................ ........
1893949*************************
1894r95.......... ........e.....
1895-96,..oe.---...*......-...
1896-97........ ................
1897-98.....*******. *****.******
1898-9-9 .. *....o......,.....,..
189-00...c......c.cc..,,..g..e..
1900-01...*.******.******o**.***
1901-02e..g............oe......
1902-03..*...*.. *......e....**..
1903-04.........................
1904.-05.......**...*.e.........
1905-06::.......................
1906-07.........................
1907-08...... ..o.......... ....
1908-09................ ........
1909-10.........................
1910-11 oo......... ...... .......
1911-12..............c.....e .. .
1912-13....... ee..................
1913-14............. ..c...... ..
1914-15........................
1915-16 ...................
1916-17........................
1917-18. ..... .................
1918-19..........................
1919-20.................... .....
1920-21.........c................
1921-22...5.............g g.... .
1922-23..c...c.. .. .......,.....
1923-243...... ...........e... ..
124-25.*.............*.........
1925-26..................c......
1926-27. ....... ...............
1927-28..................... ....
1928-24...... c...........c....
1929-30..... ..******************
1930-31.....*************************...
1931-32...........*****************..
1932-33**.**********************
1933-334**.....*........*.......
1934-35***.*****...... *....**...
1935-36.........................
1936-37.,************************
1937-38.*....*.................*
1938-39****..,..... ....** .....
1939-40.. ............c..........


FLORIDA

1,260,000
1,450,000
1,950,000
2,150,000
2,450,000
2,713,180
3,450,000
5,055,367
2,808,187
147,000
218,379
358,966
252,000
274,000
352,600
974,083
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
5,501,610
8,770,640
12,499,920
13,200,120
13,300,200
16,899,840
20, 19,120
17,783,280
13,637,860
16,195,128
12,896,800
22,729,900
14,052,960
26,951,815
19,050,240
20,373,835
20,628,244
20,107,892
19,260,681
26,495,652
26,611,737
34,055,127
21,352,586


*6-ALIFORNIA

040,560
957,600
1,067,040
1,333,800
1,541,280
1,691,760
2,255,680
2,230,980
1,908,360
2,878,500
2,793,000
5,758,140
3,933,380
6,767,420
9,156,860
7,747,060
8,921,220
11,114,656
11,559,542
10,155,542
11,388,029
12,327,994
15,460,912
12,815,272
17,960,544
15,827,162
7,404,474
20,931,372
18,303i054
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
17,407,698
23,113,860
26,409,306
21,677,964
33,878,922
21,161,448
30,394,056
28,973,868
26,662,944
25,245,528
33,677,028
27,993,966
20,264,244
34,552,518
27,833,190
33,601,260


*-ORAI'GES ONLY (REVISED)

NOTf: TRUCK, OANNERY & LOCALLY CONSUMED CITRUS NOT INCLUDED.

* CALIPOnITIA Shipments for Seasons 1930-31 thru 1939-40 from
U. S. Department of Agriculturc, includes poroontage of iiixd -
Seasons 1912-13 thru 1929-30 from "Fruit Jorld", straight oars -
prior seasons from railroad reports.










ESTIMATED GROSS P.0.8. RETURNS FLORIDA POINTS
ON FLORIDAtS CITRUS CROP AS REPORTED BY STATE MARKETING BUREAU


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
1927-20
1928-29
1929-30
1930-31
1931-32
1932-33
1933-34
1934-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40


(RAIL AND BOAT SHIPMENTS)
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
5,561,00o
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
21,449,504


NOTEt TRUCK, CANNERY AND LOCALLY CONSUMED CITRUS NOT INCLUDED.




RL 1E '.
ESTIMATED TOTAL GROSS REVENUE TO FLORIDA FROM ALL CITRUS*
INCLUDING A PORTION OF TRANSPORTATION CHARGES


BOXES
42,973,112
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

$54,642,438,00
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
47,499,0006.00


*-Granges, Grapefruit, and Tangerinel combined*


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AMOUNT

$ 9,699,000.00
8,740,000.00
11,685,000.00
1i,558,ooo.oo
17,558,000.00
16,550,406.00
16,199,000.00
18,497,700.00
17,286,000.00
20,706,656.39
31,696,953.60
45,235,248.50
35,117,028.00
40,657,917.60
48,464,831.87
42,337,220.98
53,165,548.40
48,658,032.00
42,887,340.00
51,424,100.00
49,035,794.00
45,399,313.00
50,569,525.00
36,948,352.00
27;465,441.00
34,451,906.00
32,724,488.00
41,206,791.00
53,611,677.00
41,370,281.00
4,4,46,374.00
34,341,712.00


SEASONS

1939-40
1938-39
1937-38
1936-37
1935-36
1934-35
1933-34
1932-33
1931-32










ESTIMATED NET RETURNS TO FLORIDA GROWJERS 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

1939-40 Rail & Boat
Truck
Cannery
Local

TOTAL CROP

1938-39 Rail and Boat
Truck
Cannery
Local

TOTAL CROP

1937-38 Rail and Boat
Truck
Cannery
Local

TOTAL CROP

1936-37 Rail and Boat
Truck
Cannery
Local

TOTAL CROP

1935-36 Rail and Beat
Truck
Cannery
Local

TOTAL CROP

1934-35 Rail and Boat
Truck
Cannery
Local

TOTAL CROP

1933-34 Rail and Boat
Truck
Cannery
Local

TOTAL CROP

1932-33 Rail and Boat
Truck
Cannery
Local

TOTAL CORP


ORANGES

.29
*22
.33-
,20

.17

.25
*10
.05-
.09

.20

.30
.11
*15-
.24

.25

S115
85
.68
78

1.06

.90
.90
*40
80

.88

.50
.65
.20


.53

.38
.59
19
.54

.42

.10
*32
.07
.12
.14


GRFRUIT

.20
.10
S 15-

.01-

.00
.10-
.20-
*05-

.09-

.35
.21
.03-
e29

.18

.35
.27
.10
.20

.25

.61
*56
.19
.46

.46

,08
.18
.12.
.o6-

.01

*29
.31
.02


.23


.08.
.21-


.11.


NOTE: Averages followed by a dash (C) indicates red ink.




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TANGS.

,44
.35

.40

.42

.06.
.15.-

.05-

.07-.

.18
.09-

.16

.14

.20-
.20-

.05-

.18-

.35
.70
-
.60

.42

.16
*35

.30

*21

.19
.64

.54

.29

.30-
.24

.19

.18.-


COiBINED

.28
.21
.21-
*18

.12

.15
.06
.18-
*04

.07

.305
.12
*05-
.25

.22

.75
.57
.15
*53

.61

,76
.80
. *20
067

. .69

*32
.53
.11-
.36

.27

.336
.54
.02
.48

.34

.015
.22
.21.
.11

.02











FLORIDA CANNED CITRUS PRODUCTION
FOR PAST ELEVEN 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
1939-40 (1)
*-1938-39 5,502,102 4,105,775 926,278 (2)11,377,638 9,656,059
1937-38 3,370,002 3,419,226 006,183 3) 8,260,441 7,160,462
1936-37 3,918,604 4,057,672 498,206 4 8,833,839 7,273,090
1935-36 1,758,497 2,251,775 162,452 (5 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) Unavailable at tine of rolease.
(2) Includes 130,562 Cases Citrus Salad, 699,295 Cases Combination Juice, and
13,626 Oases Crange Segmentse
(3) Includes 84,271 oases Citrus Salad, 547,329 oases combination orange and
Grapefruit Juice, and 33s430 oases Orange segments.
(4) Inoludes 87,758 oases Citrus salad and 271,599 cases combination Orange
and Grapefruit juice*
(5) Includes 65,194 oases Citrus Salad and 84,958 oases Combination Orange and
Grapefruit juice.
*- Does not include 688,188 oases Grapefruit Juice canned for Fedoral Surplus
Commodities Corp., for Relief purposes.

FLORIDA CANNED GRAPEFRUIT SEGMENTS
PRODUCTION FOR PAST TWENTY SEASONS
CONVERTED TO REPRESENT CASES OF 24 CANS, NO. 2 SIZE
SEASONS NO. CASES
1939-40 (1)
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............................. 1,316738
1928.29............................... 957,000
192-2............................ 600,000
1926-27................................. 700,000
192526 ............... ....... ...... ..... 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 1939-40
RAN!GES:aUSED,.44..,............ ...... 4,200,358
GRAPsFBUIT USED........... ... .......,... 8,803,685
TOTWL FIELD BOXES USES ..............,,.. 13,004,043












FLORIDA CITRUS USED ALL CANNERS BY WEEKS & TO.DATE 193-40 SEASON
Furnished through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Commission
Lakeland, Florida

ORANGES GRA PEFRUIT
WEEK ENDING BOXES USED TO-DATE BOXES USED TO.DATE

September 30 121 121 856 856
Oetober 7 279 400 9,289 10,145
14 3,061 3,461 11,789 21,934
21 429 3,890 15,258 37,192
28 475 4,365 8,640 45,032
November 4 1,829 6,194 9,756 55,588
11 3,328 9,522 10,620 66,208
18 11,499 21,021 8,170 74,378
25 19,840 40,861 47,210 121,588
December 2 24,181 65,042 91,949 213,537
9 33,113 98,;55, 192,230 405,767
16 55,178 153,333 185,826 591,593
23 54,721 208,054 236,474 828,067
30 35,697 243,751 190,906 1,016,973
1940
January 6 60,818 304,569 273,737 1,294,710
13 70,042 374,611 308,615 1,603,325
20 89,696 464,307 361,357 1,964,682
27 78,044 542,351 329,555 2,294,237
February 3 108,023 650,374 506,815 2,801,052
10 97,262 747,636 667,305 3,468,357
17 117,110 864,746 615,506 4,083,863
24 121,150 .985,896 661,315 4,745,178
Mareh 2 105,050 1,090,946 590,297 5,335,475
1 147,154 1,238,100 498,659 5,834,134
16 152,166 1,390,266 466,065 6,300,199
23 155,534 1,545,800 409,178 6,709,377
30 171,251 1,717,051 323,479 7,032,856
April 6 185,345 1,902,396 293,895 7,326,751
13 204,303 2,106,699 235,252 7,562,003
20 220,315 2,327,014 214,691 7,776,(04
27 210,312 2,537,326 198,204 7,974,808
May 4 245,004 2,782,330 128,691 8,103,499
11 255,129 3,037,459 125,334 8,228,833
18 222,350 3,259,809 147,407 8,376,240
25 211,191 3,471,000 102,311 8,478,551
June 1 190,490 3,661,490 88,188 8,566,739
8 139,847 3,801,337 73,323 8,640,062
15 133,524 3,934,861 85,795 8,725,857
22 118,466 4,053,327 47,902 8,773,759
29 57,411 4,110,738 23,687 8,797,446
July 6 34,062 4,144,800 2,096 8,799,542
13 27,686 4,172,486 2,087 8,801,629
20 24,372 4,196,858 1,791 8,803,420
27 2,582 4,199,440 235 8,803,655
August 3 918 4,200,358 30 8,803,685









CITRUS SHIPMENTS, IN BOXESA SEASON 1_00.01 1139-40
(RELIEF INCLUDED)


PLOR IDA


01AS0NS

,900-01
!)01-02
:'02-03
]903-04
3 ;;04-05
3505-o6
506-07
:o07 -08
()o08-09
:909-10
) 10-11
)311-12
3 12-13
S1913-14
1914-15
1?15-16
19i6..17
1)17-18
1)18..19
1)19..20
1)20-21
1)21..22
1122..23
1)23-24
1)24-25
1::!5-26
1':!6.27
1'27-.28
1! 2;8-29
1 2 9-30
10 v.0-31
1531-32
15 2-33
1;3-34
1534-35
15:5-36
1536-37
15i37-38
1938-39
13 9-40


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
12,358,800
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
19,582,760


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
5,050,720
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
6,379,426


TANGERINES

*
*





74,250
107,250
53,130
186,645
134,895
290,835
284,625
206,655
251,160
342,040
387,36o
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
1,749,445
1,856,247
1,675,848
1,855,539
2,781,773
2,027,559
3,071,287
2,112,800


L~IORIDA
bALIFORNIAt


*Included with Oranges.

Includes rail, beat and truck shipments.
Shipments for Seasons 1930-31 thru 1939-40 from U. S. Department of Agriculture,
includes percentage of Mixed Seasons 1912-13 thru 1929-30 from "Fruit World",
straight cars prior seasons from railroad reports.
1933-34 through 1938-39 are rail, boat and 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
5,581,61d
8,770,640
12,499,920
13,200,120
13,300,200
16,899,840
20,319,120
17,783,280
13,781,060
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
28,074,986


OALIPORNIA
ORANGES

9,156,860
,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
7,900,978
18,216,198
16,483,698
22,319,682
13,662,726
23,546,292
22,007,370
17,407,698
23,113,860
26,409,306
21,677,964
33,878,922
21,161,448
30,394,056
28,973,868
26,662,944
25,245,528
33,677,028
27,993,966
20,264,244
34,552,518
27,833,190
33,601,260


TEXAS
GRAPEFRUIT

















3,000

35,o00
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
6,655,383
7,487,130
7,261,200


















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


CONTAINER
Standard Bo::es

2 Bu.Bruce Boxes

1-3/5s Bu. Bruce
N z Pack
4 /5 Bu. Nail Boxes

4/,5 Eu. Bruce Boxes
1/2' Straps

1/". Box Bags

.1-ushel Box

2/5 Bushel Box


5' Bags
5^ SaBBs


1936-37
STD.BX.EQUIVALENT
BOXES PRCT.
4,350,768 67.33
1,447,571 22.40

9,403 0.14


584,374 9.04


52,774

9,585
6,050


1,410

317


0.82

0.15

0.09


0.02

0.01


1937-38
STD. BX.EQUIVALEN
BOXES PRCT.


3,323,253
2,389,047
66,707


382,449
61,387

25,266

9,637


254

1,196
406


6,462,52 1o00o0 6,25960o2


53.09
38.17
1,07-


6.11
0.98

0.40

o015


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


4,053,942 51*50


432,107 5.49

237,253 3.01
66,392 0.84

54,154 0.69


0.02 3,220

0.01 100

100.00 7,872,668


0.04

0.00


1939-40
STD.BX.EQUIVALENT
BOXES PRCT.
1,871,296 40.00


2,342,567

15,563
366,852
28,504

32,715

17,510




2,409

50


50.11

0.33
7.84
0.61

0o.6

0.37


0.05

0.00


100.00 4,677t466 100.00
=15 ~r==


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SIZE ANALYSIS CITRUS SHIPMENTS PAST 10 SEASONS


ORANGES
1939- 1938- 1937- 1936- 1935- 1934- 1933- 1932- 1931- 1930-
SIZES 1940 1939 i938 2L 1936 1935 1934 3 19_32 1931

96s 0.0 0.1 o.1 0.2 0.6 0.1 0.1 0.3 0.4 0.1
100s 0.3 0.7 1.3 1.5 2.8 0.2 0.6 0.5 0.5 0.4
126s 3.3 7.5 11.3 10.4 12.2 3.3 5.8 5.2 3.9 6.2
150s 8.5 13*9 17.3 15*3 16.9 7.9 11.2 9.1 8.0 12.8
176s 16.8 19.0 21.6 20.4 20.1 15.5 19.5 15*2 14.8 21.6
200s 15.6 14.9 13*9 14.8 14.2 14.3 16.3 13.7 13.6 16.8
216s 21.8 18.1 13.8 15.4 14.3 19.5 19*5 18.9 20.3 20.1
20,O 19.6 14.5 11.8 13.2 11.2 20.3 16.0 18.8 19.7 13.7
288s 10.3 8.1 6.0 6.0 5*1 12.2 7.8 12.0 12.7 6.2
324s 8 38 3.2 2.9 2.8 2.6 67 3.2 6.3 6.1 21
TOTAL 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0


GRAPEFRUIT
36s 1.7 0.8 2.0 1.1 1.0 0,7 1.3 0.9 1.9 1.3
46s 8.3 6.1 10.1 7.0 5.8 3*3 6.5 5.0 6.2 8.2
54s 18.1 18.0 23.4 21,8 18.8 12.6 20.0 17.2 16.5 25.8
64s 17.9 19.6 20.9 22.1 18.8 15*8 19.1 17.8 18*2 22.2
70s 16.8 18.6 16.3 10.3 17.8 18.1 17.8 17.8 18.7 18.2
80s 22.4 23.6 17.1 19.7 22.8 28.4 2..6 24.5 23.4 16.8
96s 12.0 11.1 8i5 8.6 12.5 16.8 11.4 13.6 12.5 6,3
1008 1.0 0.4 0.6 0.2 0.1 0.4 0.1 0.1 0.4 0.5
1268 1.8 1.8 1.1 1.2 2.4 3._ 2.1 3.1 2.2 o0.
TOTAL 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100 0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0


TANGERINES

1939- 1938- 1937- 1936- 1935- 1934- 1933- 1932- 1931-
SIZES 1940 1938 37 1936 SIZES 14 19 1932

908 0.0 0.1 0.7 0.2 0.2 90s 0.1 0.0 0.2 0.7
00oo 0.4 0.5 3.8 0.7 1.6 lo6s 0.3 1.3 0.5 o,9
120s 7.4 11.1 28.5 11.4 11,7 120s 4.4 9.3 2.6 5.9
150s 19.2 24.1 32.2 24.2 20.9 144s 13.6 25.8 10.3 17.6
176s 30.4 28.4 19.8 27.6 24.3 168s 25.7 29.7 22.4 26.5
200s 11.0 8.6 5.0 11.4 9.4 1968 13.8 18.9 22.5 20.2
210s 27.6 16.7 6.1 13.9 15.3 216s 21.8 8.3 17.4 13.7
2&6* 3.2 8.1 2.9 8.3 11.2 224s 0.3 2.4 4,9 1,8
294s 0.8 2.4 1.0 2.3 5.4 250s 14.4 3.9 14.6 9,2
S 288s 5.6 0.4 4.6 3.
TOTAL 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0



NtTEi Tangerine size ratios, Season 1930-31 unavailable.


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FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
GRADE ANALYSIS ON PACKED SHIPMENTS
(THIRTEEN SEASONS)

SEASONS VARIETY NO.ls N0.2a NO.3s COMB.
ORANGES 15.1? 36.0 10.3% 38.6%
1939-40 GRAPEFRUIT 15.1 51.2 9.3 24.4
TANGERINES 20.2 37.3 0.1 42.4
ORANGES 16,5 42.4 2.5 38.6
1938-39 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 4900 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 .048
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 41e2 58*8 -
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.


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FLORIDA STATE AUCTION SALES
BY AUCTION MARKETS
FOUR SEASONS


ORANGES

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


CARS AVG.


8,758
2,908
1,290
364
589
1,012
318
1,031
393
173


2.43
2.25
2.47
2.16
2.31
2.41
2.09
2.05
2.25
.231


1938-39
CARS AVG.


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


2.10
1.99
2.16
2.11
2.20
2.26
2.01
2.01
2.17
1.94;


1937-38
CARS AVG.


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


19m6-37
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


COMBINED


GRAPEFRUIT

oNw York
Philadelphia
Boston
Pittsburgh
Cleveland
Chicago
St. Louis
Cineinnati
Detroit
Baltimore


( ZOtiBINED


16.83 2.3


4,765
1,153
633
181
141
182
62
241
140
85


2.21
1.92
2.10
1.92
2.11
2.29
2.10
1.gs
2.06
1.73


25.224 0 20.686 2.24 17.932 3.21


6,389
1,429
1,020
329
364
361
118
4 2
2 7
187


1.75
1.57
1.73
1.68
1.77
1.95
1.85
1.66
1.80
1.46


271583 1 10,926 1.2


4,881
1,244
814
190
313
353
72
342
212
17


2.20
2,06
2.13
2.05
2.11
2.28
2.16
2.09
2.21
1.88


5,376
1,650
96
274
415
494
151
423
307
151


8555 16 10.197


S-TANGERINES

Ne'r York
Philadelphia
Boston
Pittsburgh
Cleveland
Choiago
St. Louis
Ginoinnati
Detroit
Baltimore


CnE:BINED


1,192
345
66
65
104
142
48
115
57
_9


2.74
2.68
2.82
2.74
2.24
2.90
2.62
2.54
2,68
2.74


1,851
551
172
152
189
257
107
203
148
__31


2.143 2.74 3663 2.00 2.513 2.48


*.,STANDARD BOX BASIS.

HN[E: All above averages are on delivered basis.


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2.24
2.06
2.22
2.14
2.29
2.58
2*53
2.24
2.41
2*12
2.12
2.2


2.14

1,86
1.90
1.96
1,94
1.72
1.82
1,92
1i.58


1,311
382
149
95
117
149
74
125
88


2.52
2.42
2.40
2.56
2.60
2.50
2.20
2.36
2.46
2.16


-1*557
572
196
210
193
306
103
138
116
33__


2024
2.06
2.10
2.38
2.18
2.28
2.20
2.16
2.32
2192


2.20








UNITED STATES
TOTAL ORANGE PRODUCTION BY STATES, CENSUS
YEARS 1889, 1899. Ug09 & YEARLY 1,19-1939


CALIF.
1,000
Boxes

1,245
5,882
14.440


FLA. #
1,000
Boxes

3,147
273
4anna


TEX.
1,000
Boxes


ARIZ. ALA.
1,000 1,000
Boxes Boxes


LA.
1,000
Boxes


MISS.
1,000
BBoxes


TOTALS
1,000
Boxes

4,392
6,167
14.9qO


1889
1899
1909

1919
1920
1921
1922
1923

Average


1924
1925
1926
1927
1928

Average


1929
1930
1931
1932
1933

Average


1934
1935
1936
1937
1938

Average


1939 1/


1/ 500 Boxes or less.


2/ Estimated*


# Includes Tangerines.


P'LOflTD PRODTIOYTOT$- SGFnxo4rin 5~AflLY MTflSEASO?.


CROP
YEAR


1933.........................
1934...................... ..

1936*..... .........* *........
1937.........................
1:38.........................
1)939....................... ..


EARLY AND
MID-SEASON
1,000 Bxs.
9,600
10,700
9,600
12,000
13,700
17,500
15,600


VALENCIAS & TANGE S


VALENCIAS TANGERINES
1,000 Bxs 1,000 Bxs.


6,500
4,900
6,300
7,500
10,700
13,000
10,00o


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


TOTAL
PRODUCTION
1,000 Bxs.
18,100
17,600
18,000
22,500
26,700
33,900
28,000


Division of Crop & Livestock Estimates, Agricultural Marketing Service.

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CROP
YEAR


17,073 7,533 9 80 20 37 31 24,783
22,547 9,457 5 60 82 42 25 32,218
13,921 8,371 5 80 82 50 30 22,539
21,286 10,897 10 81 190 60 45 32,569
24.324 13725 6 86 6 .-225 .. 38,496

19,830 9,997 7 77 120 53 37 30,121


18,535 11,639 17 6o 2 75 30,328
24,200 10,044 10 86 130 100 27 34,597
20,167 11,512 41 75 75 150 42 40,062
22,737 9,487 70 54 110 200 50 32,708
8,994 15~588 115, g 85 220 10 5 131

26,527 11,654 50 75 80 149 30 38,565
, i- C f- .--.. i -- .. +-,IF-- .. -.. .. .
21,483 10,304 261 137 212 187 37 32,621
35,470 19,211 250 139 3 287 2 55,362
34,900 14,220 520 145 80 245 54 50,164
34,265 16,200 325 147 120 278 80 51,415
28 4 18,100 430 155 3 245 2 47374

30,911 15,607 357 145 84 248 35 47,387
,, -1T *4fA'Vi -: -- tIT -L ,---, .. l,):.(f y-r-I- (;I-L H | ,* .- l ^ 1 -.-... .: .:-. -t_ .,,,, V
45,047 17,600 650 170 140 293 88 63,988
32,809 18,000 777 240 2 244 1 52,073
29,827 22,500 2,000 220 56 309 26 54,938
45,914 26,700 1,440 350 76 238 67 74,785
4112 00 _2815 430 86 .85 8t 78,863

38,950 23,740 1,536 282 74 294 53 64,929
44 15 0 .2 0 2N 3T0 ... 2 2'"8 ....*-
44,510 28000 2,360 520 75 228 59 75,752
4i.A -_- ^. ^ ..-_...^;..-.. Y> .-j--.--^;L.,-P-)----- r i _C^A**'* ~:*lV ^*flll h*- --, ^^. ... .L :i.


1-4- -- I '. I --- .. I


---~--- ---T-^- I ^.. --------..---------, -'--


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1/ .
1






UNITED STATES
TOTAL GRAPEFRUIT PRODUCTION BY STATES, CENSUS
YEARS 1889, 1899, 1909 & YEARLY 1919-12?3


FLA.
1,000
Boxes
10
12


TEXAS
1,000
Boxes


CALIF.
1,000
Boxes


ARIZ.
1,000
Boxes


TOTALS
1,000
Boxes

10
31


CROP
YEAR



1889
1899
1909

1919
1920
1921
1922
1923

Average



1924
1925
1926
1927
1928

Average



1929
1930
1931
1932
1933

Average


1934
1935
1936
1937
1938

Average


1939 2/


1/ 500 Boxes or less.


2/ Estimated.


FLORIDA PRODUCTION SEGREGATED SEEDLESS AND OTHERS


SEEDLESS
1,000 BXS.
2,800
4,100
4,000
6,000
5,500
7,900
6,500


OTHERS
1,000 BXS.

7,900
11,100
7,500
12,100
9,100
15,700
9,400


TOTAL
GRAPEFRUIT
PRODUCTION
1,000 BXS.
10,700
15,200
11,500
18,100
14,600
23,600
15,900


Division of Crop & Livestock Estimates, Agiroultural
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Marketing Service.


CROP
YEAR


1933
1934
1935
1936
1937
1938
1939


1,062 1/ 123 1 1,186

5,898 3 363 29 6,293
6,142 5 395 34 6,576
6,644 8 360 35 7,047
7,766 35 394 60 8,255
8,236 6 363 -9 924059

7,077 23 375 51 7,526
T-r

9,177 301 387 105 9,970
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

9,000 428 670 152 10,250


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
1o0700 1 140 1,713 800 14,353

11,534 1,534 1,357 526 14,951


15,200 2,760 2,167 1,240 21,367
11,500 2,762 2,267 1,800 18,329
18,100 9,630 1,310 1,400 30,440
14,600 11,800 1,943 2,750 31,093
23,600 15,670 1,744 2,700 43,714

16,600 8,524 1,886 1,978 28,988


15,900 13,900 1,975 2,900 34,675











ESTIMATED CITRUS BEARING ACREAGE & TREES, BY STATES & AGE GROUPS, AS OF JULY 1939 1/


BEARING TREES BY AGE GROUPS


STATE


OR 1ZPEPRUIT
EL ly Varieties
SFlorida
Cs.lifornia
Texas
Arizona


Bearing
Acres
5-Years
Old &
Over
Acres



54,169
1,50l
6,864


iOS AL 4 STATES 64,686

Iale Varieties (Seedless)
Florida 30,646
California 16,692
Tex:as 67,712
Arizona 13.631

Toti.l 4 States 128.681


All Varieties
:lorida
California
oexas
A.ri zona

Tole.1 4 States


Bearing
Trees
5-Yoars
Old &
Over


3,521
123
585
14


5
Years
Old


23
19
3


6- 10
Years
Old


355
32
207
4


$ I
I I
11-15 t 16-20 s 21 Yrs.
Years s Years : Old &
Old i Old : Over
Thousand Trees -


387
34
296
2


813
18
799
1


4.24 q


1,992
1,369
4,469


8.989


37
69
35
__24
175


432
524
2,153
596
3.960


559
332
1,957
210

3.058


524
218
324*


1.103


1,943
20

7


45 698 719 91 1440


440
226


69-
693


:5-15 Yrs.
:01d, not
Sin full
:Produe-
: tion.


765

4 a
6

1.-62


1,028
925
4,145
19095
7.193


:16 Years
: & over
: At, or
: Near
SFull pro-
: duction


2,756
38
79
8

2.881


964
444
324
64

1.796


84,815 5,513 60 787 946 1,337 2,383 1,793 3,720
18,193 1,452 80 556 366 236 246 1,010 482
76,576 5,054 38 2,360 2,253 403* -- 4,651 403
19,367 1,232 22 4 58 212 014 2,663 8l 72
193.367 1,3.232 220 4,558 3,777 2,014 2,663 8,555 4,677


OEA GES:
NaWel & Other Early Varieties


California 2/
Plorida 3/
Texas 4/
Iri:sona


Totil 4 States

Val noia & Other
Ial fornia 2/
'Forida /
:'c:as 4/
: ri z on

Totc~ 4 States

All Varieties
Calif:ornia 2/
Florida/ /
T 7xas /
Ar zona

Toga'. 4 States


96,778
116,215
13,954
4,122
2q1.069


8,516
7,554
921
_9.26
tl~.?r


Late Varieties
139,000 12,232
93,355 6,068
9,561 631
2348 249180
'447,48R lq.18O


101
151
12

281


229
96
8
8

q41


714
1,319
308
2.38
2.8 O


2,797
1,039
198
221
z-221


1,309
1,460
498
44
9.q11


2,118
1,617
360

4.142


566
1,576
103 *
16


1,592
1,858
65*
2

.1 St7


5,826
3,048


8.92r


5,496
1,458
--
ft*r~


2,124
2,930
818
300

6,172


5,144
2,752
566
242
8 '.04


6,392
4,624
103
67
11,186


7,088
3,316
65
7
10 -'76


'235,778 20,748 330 3,511 3,427 2,158 11,322 7,268 13,480
209,570 13,622 247 2,358 3,077 3,434 4,506 5,682 7,940
23,515 1,552 20 506 858 168 1,384 168
6,954 616 25 426 21 18 _.L 542 741

475,817 V536.538 622 6,801 7,453, ,778 15.884 14,876 21,662


NOTE. *, 1/, /, 2/I /, j, See explanation at foot of page 24.


4 2A 4 5 9;-- -A- 7 91 1 C


-E -I--/ --- ---- -"~-- -1---










ESTIMATED CITRUS BEARING ACREAGE & TREES, BY STATES & AGE GROUPS, AS OF JULY 1939 1/

BEARING TREES BY AGE GROUPS
:16 Years
Bearing : Bearing:t : : 15-15 YrS. : & over
Acros : Trees : : : Old, not : At, or
5-Years : 5-Years : 5 : 6-10 : 11-15 : 16-20 21 Yrs. :in full : Near
Old & : Old & : Years : Years : Years : Years Old & :Produc- tFull Pro-
S :;TATE Over : Over t Old : Old : Old : Old a Over a tion. i duotion
Aores a Thousand Trees -
TANC ERINES
California 2/ 1,486 131 2 38 41 9 41 81 50
Florida 3/ 24,354 1,583 2 124 584 526 347 710 873
Texas 4 637 42 1 18 17 6* 36 6
Ariazona 5,9 5 4 1 5 -
Tote 4 States 26,536 1,761 184 643 541 388 832 ?29

Frlm report of the 1939 Citrus Outlook released by the Bureau of Agricultural Economics*
*-16 Years old and older.

/ Estimates based upon survyes by age and varietal groups made in Florida in 1934, Arisona in
1935; California in 1938, Texas in 1934 and 1937* ( Orange estimates do not include Tang-
orines, as they are shown separately.)
/ .. California trees calculated from acres at the rate of 88 trees per acre*

/ Florida gares calculated from trees at the rate of 65 trees per acre*
4/ Texas acres calculated from trees at the rate of 66 trees per acre*

/ .. Total bearing trees in the United States amounted to about 37,617,000 trees. In addition to
the total for the four States shown above, it is estimated that there wore 1,079,00 bearing
trees in Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana, as of July 1939. Most of the trees in Ala-
bama and Mississippi consist of Sateumas; those in Louisiana are mostly Navels.


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TREE NUMBERSf UNITED STATES CENSUS ENUMERATIONS


COMMODITY
AND
STATE


G HAPEFRUIT
Florida
California
Texas
Arizona

TiTAL


O[ I.NGES
Florida
California
Texas
Arizona
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana

o0 AAL


TAI TGERINES
Plorida
California
Lrizona
Texas

TO AL


L iONS
3alifornia


CENSUS 1920
NON-
BEARING BEARING
(Trees) (Trees)


963336
81873
74039
12768

1132016



2341341
2599707
41551
13362
165536
37350
26356

5225209



29770
948

222

30940


1681481
231136
5454
18819
1936890



3684327
10300068
14350
46952
260294
28127
104382

14438500



38516
2475
300
19

413910


CENSUS 1925
NON-


CENSUS 1930
NON.


BEARING BEARING BEARING BEARING
(Trees) (Trees) (Trees) (Trees)


951909
251616
315694
14568

1533787



6046261
1762027
184878
54185
359126
57109
135931




*
*

*

*


2969910
304262
159576
38988

3472796



7305722
13870018
69336
77246
262689
11406
137456
21733873



*
*
*
*

*


938874
494496
2198614
495254

4127238



3421837
2539312
764006
358914
161377
111981
226848

7584275



479425
1/
I/

____


3595155
619561
714735
177068

5106519



9002362
14239607
366421
96564
432632
69703
154946

24962235



919975




*l


CENSUS 1935
NON-
BEARING BEARING
(Trees) (Troos)


493438 4929128
431277 980880
1856735 3438420
297478 731032

3078928 10079460


2o76538
2634579
586976
238051
62300
21290
185970

5805704



*
*
*
*

__


13355512
17342937
1165520
389120
277572
236639
347872

933115172



*
*
*


*


781535 2884770 284000 3196469 309185 2776114
, ,,t ,


80870 115624 1/ / 15430 42294 *
= =


from Report of the 1939 Citrus Outlook released by the Bureau of Agricultural Economios,

1/ Not available.

* Information not available at time of Summary release.





.(.2 .*. ..
: :-"." :" ::: / ........ ..
.-*.. ." : ".. : :- ..

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.... .' ..." "'
.::.. .. :.: ... .-. ..:
(25)


LI:Ird
2lorida















INDEX OF NATIONAL NONAGRICULTURAL INCOME
11919-20 to 1940-41
(SEASONALLY CORRECTED, 1924-1929:100)


Season
(Sept.-Aug.) a Index
1 2
Per cent--

1919-20 ......... ................... .............. 81.2
1920-21....................... .................. ..... 75.5
1921.22 ............................................ 72.9
1922-23...................................... ... 84.4
1923-24......................................... ... 90.2
1924-25.. ............................ ........... 93.1
1925-26 .................. l99.6
1925-26............................................ 99.$
192627............................................ 101.8
1927-28 ................... .... ................. 102.6
1928-29............................................ 106.3
1929-30........ ......................... .......... 104,4
1930-31***************.*****.***** ************** 91.6
1931-32 ............ .................. .......... 73.5
1932-33............................................ 62.3
1933-34 ............ ......... .............. ..... 69.7
1934-35* ****...**** *****................. 74.8
1935-36 .......... .......o ....#......o.............. 84.8
1936-37............................................ 94.6
1937-38.............. ....... ........... 89*7
1938-39....*****. ***************.***************** go.6
1939-40.............o... ...... ................. 5
1940-41............................ ............. 102.0O






SOURCE OF DATA: Bureau of Agricultural Economics.

Y Last 2 months estimated by Growers Administrative Committee.
L2 Estimated by Growers Administrative Committeep













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ORANGES AND MANDRINE


Estimated Production in Principal Countfies
Average 1926-27 to 1930-31, 1931-32 to 1935-36, annual 1935-36


to 1938-39


COUNTRY




United States..
Spain..........
Brazil.........
China 2/.......
Palestine j/..
Japan..........
Italy...*......
South Africa 4/
Mtexico.........
Algeria........
Australia......
Greece .........
Cyprus 4/......
Jamaica &/.....
New Zealand....


Yugoslavia.....
Dominica 4/....


AVERAGE
1926-27 1931-32
to to
1930-31 1935-36
1,000 1,000
Boxes Boxes


43,177
37,358
12,346
25,000
2,600
11,218
8,417
2,000
./3,262
1,834
2,169
678
100
100
3/ 5
16
23
2/
2


53,003
33,775
33,611
25,000
5,800
13,786
11,645
2,800
3,499
2,212
2,693
1,072
160
150
_/ 25
20
38
Z/ 12
7


Compiled by the
reports of the


Office of Foreign Agricultural Relations from Official and trade
International Institute of Agriculture at Rome.


sources and


1/- Preliminary.
2/ Not available.

2/ Rough approximation*

4/ Estimated from Exports.

2/ 4-Year average.

f/ 1.Year Only,

/ 2-Year average.


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1935-36
1,000
Boxes


52,073
29,149
35,469
25,000
6,000
17,274
10,148
3,300
3,552
2,417
2,658
1,090
260
250
25
25
32
19
10


1936-37
1,000
Boxes


54,938

36,716
25,000
11,500
11,763
13,287
4,000
4,582
2,802
2,611
1,691
480
450
33
25
40
5
12


1/
1938-39
1,000
Boxes


79,481

2/
25,000
15,000

12,931
4,200
2/
2/
1,601



2/
2/
13
2/


1937-38
1,000
Boxes


74,785
2/
2/
25,000
13,000
2/
11I,l4
4,500
.4,633
2,803
2,658
1,545
500
350

2/
41
22
13












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

AVERAGE
COUNTRY 1927-31 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937
Harvesting Ends 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
In Year Shown Bo:ye Boxes Boxee Boxes Boxes Boxes
United States......... 12,556 15,147 15,149 14,243 21,357 18,329 30,440
Puerto Rico / .......... 1,100 950 525 800 650 800 650
Cuba 2/ ................ 225 300 125 225 200 250 225
Jamaica 2/............. 100 125 175 150 210 180 185
Phillippine Islands..... 2/ 101 102 110 100 4/ 100 4/ 100 4/ 100
Union of So. Africa /.. 112 200 325 375 350 400 450
Palestine 2/............ 30 120 270 400 760 940 1,700
Trinidad 2/............. 5 15 20 40 70 60 80
British Honduras 2/.... / 3 5 4 16 30 40 44
Honduras 2/............. / / 8 17 19 20 4/ 20
Spain................... / 2 6 14 13 14 4/ 20
Australia 4/............ 17 22 25 30 35 35 40
Southern Rhodesia 4/.... 5 5 5 5 5 6
Argentina.............. 2/ 10 / 15 2/ 20 28 2/ 25 2/ 42 49
Brazil / .............. 5/ 25 30 40 80 95 100
Mozambique............... / 2/ 30 2/ 40 2/ 50 61 4/ 60 2/ 60
Egypt 2/................ 5/ 2 4 6 8 4/ 10 4/ 12
Dominica, B..I. /..... / 2 6 8 8 10 10 4/ 10
Mexico.................. / 50 4/ 50 4/ 55 4/ 55 4/ 55 4/ 55 4/ 60



(Prom Report of the 1939 Grapefruit Outlook released by the Bureau of Agricultural Economics)
"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 ocmpleted until the summer of 1937e Crops in
Southern Hemisphere countries aro entirely harvested in the year shown*


I/ 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.Year average.
A/ Rough Estimate.
/ Not available or loss than 500 boxes,
;/ 2-Year average.


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ESTIMATED CITRUS BEARING ACREAGE BY STATES
Five years old and ever as of, July 1939
From Citrus Outlook Bureau of Agricultural Economics


ORANGES


Florida
Percentage

California
Percentage

Arizona
Percentage

Texas
Percentage

TOTAL




Florida
Percentage

California
Percentage

Arizona
Percentage

Texas
Percentage

TOTAL


Florida
Peroontage

California
Porcentage

Arizona
Peroentago

Texas
Percentage
TOTAL


EARLY
VARIETIES

116,215
50.3

96,778
41.9

4,122
1.8


LATE
VARIETIES

93,355
38.1

139,000
56.8
2,832
1.2


13,954 9,561
6.0 3.9

21J06. 244,748.


GRAPEFRUIT

54,169 30,646
83.7 23.8


1,501
2.4

152
0.2

8,864
13*7

64,686
100.0


16,692
13.0

13,631
10.6

67,712
52.6

128,681
100,0


TANGERINES

24,354
91.8

1,486
5.6

59
0.2

637
2.4

26,536
100.0


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TOTAL

209,570
44.0

235,778
49.6

6,954
1.5

23,515
4.9






84,815
43.9

18,193
9.4

13,783
7.1

76,576
39*6

193,367
100.0



TOTAL ORGS
GRFRUIT. &
TANGERINES

318,739
45.8

255,457
36.7

20,796
.3.0
100,728
14.5

695,720
100.0










BOAT DESTINATIONSp FLORIDA CITRUS, 19"9.40 SEASON
(Car-Lots on basis 400 boxes per car)
Sept. 11, 1939 to May 1, 1940 Inolusive.


CITIES RANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES
Cars Cars Cars

Albany********.*....* 1 -

BaltimBre.............. 262 46 30

Bosten. .... .......... 1,127 504 56

Bridgeport............r 34 6 -

Burlington............. 4 -

East Hartford.......... 2

Hiartfrd.............. 16 3

Lowell................ 1 -

Menands, N. Y......... 1 -

Mobile................. 1 -

Montreal............... 80 59 5

New Haven............. 90 5 8

New Orleans............ 339 18 5

New York City ......... 5,972 2,767 555

Norwich................ 1 .

Philadelphia........... 750 293 69

Poughkeepsie........... 1 -

Portland, Me........... 1 -

Providenoe........*.... 11 4 1

Luebeoo.*...o*o** o4...o 4

Renselaer...**oo*...... 8 7 -

Scranton...o........... 9 6 2

Somerville............. 10 6 -

Sprlngfield, Masse..... 38 23 3

Torrington............. 2 -

Waterbury.............. 1 1 -

White River Jot....... 3 -

Wilkes Barre......... 4 1

Worcester.............. 1 -

For Export.. -

8,767 3,758 735


MIXED CITRUS
Oars





2



















3


































5
-

-













-

5
-


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1939.40 RECORD OP FLORIDA CITRUS SHIPMENTS
AUCTION SALES AND AVERAGES


FLORIDA AUCTION SALES
ALL VARIETIES ALL SECTIONS


WEEK
V'-,EK
ENDING

Si ;t. 2
9
16
23
30
oc't. 7
14
21
28
No r. 3
10
17
24
Deo I 1
8
15
22
29
Jar. 5
12
20
27C
Feb, 3
10
17
24
Marc h. 2
90
16
23
tio
Aprlt 6
13
20
27
May 5
11
18
25
June 1
8
13
I's
22
29
July 6
13
19

THIS
SEASON

LAS?
SEASON


GRAPEFRUIT
CARS AVG,


ORANGES
CARS AVG.

$ -



3.83
9 3.66
163 2.85
422 2.29
347 2.07
364 1.90
385 1.84
387 1.93
500 1.80
470 1.81
517 1.86
661 1.79
689 1.82
383 1.91
519 1.87
673 1.79
684 1.70
587 1.84
793 2.28
534 2.11
278 2.93
662 2.48
711 2.50
592 2.23
547 2.43
579 2.39
452 2.51
412 2.76
409 2.95
481 3.32
446 3.43
475 3.39
406 3.28
368 3.10
317 3.25
205 3.47
204 3.42
93 3.63
48 3.53
28 3.10
12 2.49
18 2.03
6 2.17


-


22
119
290
293
240
248
226
189
150
267
244
201
205
132
155
245
256
184
204
257
138
177
237
235
176
178
135
212
274.
265
250
264
230
172
172
138
114
40
27
13
9
e,,


TANGERINES
CARS AVG.








10 1.14
74 .96
46 1.56
116 1.50
164 1.45
179 1.26
211 1.18
141 1.32
259 1.46
131 1.49
123 1.51
189 1.24
134 1.15
108 1.28
111 1.61
36 1.65
31 1.80
38 1.57
27 1.67
11 1.81
3 1.91
1 1.67


*
-
3.49
3.00
2.39
2.11
2.01
1.91
2.01
2.12
2.38
2.05
1.91
1.92
2.08
2.00
2.10
1.94
1.76
1.90
2.15
1.83
2.08
2.34
2.18
1.89
2.06
2.15
2.58
2.65

2.41
2.33
2.15
2.14
2.22
2.15
2.15
1.69
1.98
1.80
1.75
1.39


68 7.58 2 12.43 20.41 16.144 5.282 71.843


25.224 *2.09 10,926 1.72 1.00 70.434 29g626 107.719


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FLORIDA SHIPMENTS
RAIL, BOAT AND TRUCK
OROS. GRFT. TANGS. TOTAL

0 4 0 4
4 17 0 21
5 22 0 27
5 36 o 41
17 133 0 150
187 502 o 689
895 585 0 1,480
1,131 583 4 1,718
1,013 505 79 1,597
1,208 408 106 1,722
1,212 434 111 1,757
1,686 469 393 2,548
1,476 496 357 2,329
1,672 591 514 2,777
2,304 498 509 3,311
3,824 604 714 5,142
3,039 406 634 4,079
1,397 338 254 1,989
1,996 552 476 3,024
2,433 585 320 3,338
2,216 497 307 3,020
2,218 426 198 2,842
2,915 784 144 ),843
.290 119 35 444
1,835 410 44 2,289
1,564 471 46 2,081
1,639 534 21 2,194
1,296 409 11 1,716
1,337 383 1 1,721
1,334 316 2 1,652
1,131 390 2 1,523
1,049 613 1,662
1,053 473 1,526
1,049 465 1,514
1,027 488 1,515
794 399 1,193
677 345 1,022
532 308 840
380 210 590
271 148 419
148 93 241
73 60 133
38 20 58
18 14 32
21 21
8 1 9
S -














UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF ORANGES & GRAPEFRUIT
(FRESH FRUIT)

0 R A N G E S GRAPEFRUIT
C t LE2DAR UNITED OTHER TOTAL UNITED OTHER TOTAL
YEAR KINGDOM CANADA FOREIGN EXPORTS KINGDOM CANADA FOREIGN EXPORTS
1,0 100 10000 0 100 100 1000 1,00 ,, 000 1000
Boxes Boxes Boxes Boxeoxs Boxes Boxes
1928 149 2,323 206 2,678 385 260 34 679
19"2 1,383 3,628 501 5,512 570 355 51 976
1930 68 2,001 167 2,236 521 311 57 883
1931 1,121 3,073 655 4,849 846 419 76 1,341
.932 407 2,341 381 3,129 562 418 42 1,022
1933 868 2,004 527 3,399 554 362 52 968
1.934 756 1,982 580 3,318 495 384 80 959
3935 1,661 2,350 1,451 5,462 441 445 105 991
3936 768 2,513 960 4,241 343 534 100 977
1937 31 2,177 269 2,477 20 604 46 670
1938 2,718 3,407 1,944 8,069 298 736 109 1,143
1.939 854 3,592 1,851 6,297 163 845 171 1,179
SEASON
JU tlY..UNE
136..37 61 2,432 591 3,084 53 596 53 702
1)37-38 1,738 2,712 1,482 5,932 129 655 89 873
1)38..39 1,841 3,552 2,188 7,581 320 831 155 1,306
1,:'9-40 41 3,330 483 3,854 27 731 73 831
N fIE. That the above Exports are for all citrus producing states in the U. S. combined*
Experts for the State of Florida alone are not available*

SCURCEs Bureau of Foreign & Domestic Commerce.


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RECORD OF FLORIDA CITRUS AUCTION SALES CARS SOLD & PER BOX AVERAGE


CARLOTS ORANGES GRFRUIT TANGS. TOTALS
1939-40 New York 8,758 4,765 1,192 14,215
1938-39 12,440 6,389 1,851 20,680
1937-38 10,228 4,881 1,311 16,420
1936-37 9,112 5,376 1,557 16,045
1935-36 7,503 3,928 1,124 12,555
1934-35 8,243 4,893 1,071 14,207
1939-40 All Other Seaboard 4,371 1,871 420 6,662
1938-39 "6,577 2,636 756 9,96
1937-38 5,527 2,185 554 8,266
1936 37 5,103 2,757 801 8,661
1935-36 4,425 2,061 548 7,034
1934-35 4,397 2,359 519 7,275
1'39-40 All Seaboard 13,129 6,636 1,612 21,377
1938 39 19,017 9,025 2,607 30,649
1537-38 15,755 7,066 1,e65 24,686
1936-37 14215 8,133 2,358 24,706
1935-36 11,928 5,989 1,672 19,589
194-35 12,640 7,252 1,590 21,482
1939.40 All Auctions 16,836 7,583 2,143 26,562
1938-39 25,224 10,926 3,663 39,813
1937-38 20,686 8,555 2,513 31,754
196-37 17,932 10,197 3,424 31,553
1935-36 14,780 7,765 2,398 24,943
1934-35 15,890 9,759 2,197 27,846

NEW YORK ALL OTHER ALL SEABOARD ALL OTHER ALL AUCTIONS
CARLOTS ALL VARIETIES AUCTIONS AUCTIONS AUCTIONS ALL VARIETIES
1939.40 14,715 55.4$ 11,847 44.6% 21,377 80.5% 5,10 19.5% 26,562
1938-39 20,680o 51.9 19,133 48.1 30,649 77.0 9,164 23.0 39,813
193;7-38 16,420 51.7 15,334 4b.3 24,686 77.7 7,068 22.3 31,754
1936-37 16,045 50.9 15,508 49.1 24,706 78.3 6,847 21.7 31,553
1935-36 12,555 50.3 12,388 49.7 19,589 78.5 5,354 21.5 24,943
1934-35 14,207 51.0 13,639 49.0 21,482 77,1 6,364 22.7 27,846

(FULL BOX)
AUCTION AVERAGES ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES
1939-40 New York $2.43 $2.21 $2.74
All Seaboard 2.39 214 2.73
All Auctions 2.35 2.13 2.74
Other Than Seaboard 2.23 2.07 2.76
1938-39 New York $2.10 $1,75 $2.14
All Seaboard 2.08 1.71 2.05
All Auctions 2.09 1.72 2.00
Other Than Seaboard 2.14 1.77 1.89
1937-38 New York $2.26 $2.20 $2.52
All Seaboard 2.24 2.16 2.48
All Auctions 2.24 2.16 2.48
Other Than Seaboard 2.25 2.16 2.46
1936-37 New York $3.23 $2.24 $2.24
All Seaboard 3.22 2.20 2.18
All Aucticns 3.21 2.23 2.20
Other Than Seaboard 3.21 2.36 2.26
1935-36 New York $3.02 $2.67 $2.70
All Seaboard 3.00 2.58 2.67
All Auctions 3.00 2.57 2.70
Other Than Seaboard 3.00 2.51 2.75
1934-35 New York $2.61 $2,04 $2.36
All Seaboard 2.57 le98 2.32
All Auctions 2.56 2.00 2.36
Other Than Seaboard 2.48 2.06 2.50
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FLORIDA ORANGES
Cost of Packing, and Coloring for
Principal Containers, by Volume of House.
1938-39 Season

(All Containers Converted to 1-3/5s Bushel Box Equivalent)

SOURCEs See Foot Note


Materials Labor Salaries


Other
Operating
Costs


Total
Packing &
Fixed Coloring
Costs Costs


Cents Per Box -- -

STANDARD BOX, WRAPPED


25,000 & Under
25,001.100,000
100,001-250,000
250,001.500,000
500,001 & Over
Average* All Groups



25,000 & Under
25,001-100,000
100,001-250,000
250,001-500,000
500,001 & Over
Average* All Groups


25,000 & Under
25,001-100,000
100,001-250,000
250,001500,000
500,001 & Over

Average* All Groups


25,000 & Under
25,001-100,000
100,001-250,000
:50,001-500,000
500,001 & Over

Average* All Groups


27.19
29.37
28.73
29.24
28.57

28.89



19.71
19.03
19.29
18.59
19.05

19.02


14.15
15.03
13.50
14,51
15.72

14.60


14.68
16.92
15.00
14.26
13.51


4.60
4.93
3.14
2.81
1.52


14.75 3.00

BRUCE BOX


12.69
13*15
11.79
11.43
9.53


4.60
4.93
3.14
2,81
1.52


11.39 3.00

1/2 Box Bag


9.70
10.09
9.18
9.42
7.01


4.60
4.93
3.14
2.81
1.52


8.87 3.00

BULK


6.86
7.64
6.35
5.82
4.23


4.60
4.93
3.14
2.81
1.52


5.92 3.00


*-Average per box costs by volume-of-house groups weighted
of total Florida shipments.


by percentage distribution


Source of Data, "COST OF HANDLING FLORIDA CITRUS FOR THE 1938-39 SEASON," issued by
U. S. Department of Agrioulture Division of Marketing & Marketing Agreements.


(34)


Volume of
House
Boxes


5.98
7.69
7.58
8.60
6.85

7.63


5.98
7.69
7.58
8.60
6,85

7.63


5.98
7.69
7.58
8.60
6,85


5.67
4.33
3.65
3.37
2.35

3.40



5.67
4*33
3.65
3.37
2.25

3.40



5.67
4.33
3.65
3.37
2.25

3.40



5.67
4.33
3.65
3.37
2.25

3.40


58.12
63.24
58.10
58.28
52.70

57.67



48.65
49.13
45.45
44.80
39.20

44.44


40.10
42.07
37.05
38.71
33.35

37.50



23.11
24.59
20.72
20.60
14.85

19.95


5.98
7.69
7*58
8.60
6,85

7.63












FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT
Cost of Packing, and Coloring for
Principal Containers, by Volume of House.
1938-39 Season

(All Containers Converted to 1-3/5s Bushel Box Equivalent)
SOURCE:- See Foot Note


Other
Operating
Materials Labor Salakiebi- Costs


Fixed
Costs


Cents Per Box -

STANDARD BOX, WRAPPED


25,000 & Under
25,001-100,000
100,001-250,000
250,001-500,000
500,001 & Over

Average* All Groups


25,000 & Under
25,001-100,000
100,001-250,000
250,001-500,000
500,001 & Over


Average* All Groups



25,000 & Under
f25001-100,000
0d,001-250,000
250,001-500,000
500,001 & Over

Average* All Groups


26.52
27.29
26.86
26.72
26.12

26.70


19,50
18.89
19.57
18.81
18.51


11.36
11.34
11.48
8.94
a.97


5.88
5.36
2.52
2.25
1.53


10.16 2.79

BRUCE BOX


11.27
9.61
9.58
8.01
7.40


5.88
5.36
2.52
2.25
1.53


8.68 2.79


1/2 BOX BAG


14.83
15.29
13.54
13.58
16.10

14.53


25,000 & Under
25,001-100,000
100,001-250,000
250,001-500,000
500,001 & Over

Average* All Groups


8.72
7.10
8.17
6.43
6.16


5.88
5.36
2.52
2.25
1,53


7.05 2.79

BULK


5.60
4.86
5.26
3.71
3.28


5.88
5.36
2.52
2.25
1.53


4.30 2.79


*-Average per box costs by volume-of-house groups weighted
of total Florida shipments.


by percentage distribution


Source of Data, "COST OF HANDLING FLORIDA CITRUS FOR THE 1938-39 SEASON," issued by
U. S. Department 3f Agriculture Division of Marketing & Marketing Agreement.


(35)


Volume of
House
Boxes


Total
Packing &
Coloring
Costs


7.37
4.06
4.78
4.96
3.80

4.53



7.37
4.06
4.78
4.96
3.80

4.53



7.37
4.06
4.78
4.96
3.80

4.53



7.37
4.06
4.78
4.96
3.80

4.53


13.34
3.81
2.61
1.55
1.63

2.62


13.34
3.81
2,61
1.55
1.63

2.62


13.34
3.81
2.61
1.55
1.63

2.62


13.34
3.81
2.61
1.55
1.63

2.62


64.47
51.86
48.25
44.42
42.05
46.80



57.36
41.73
39.06
35.58
32.87

37.61



50.14
35.62
31.62
28.77
29.22

31.52



32.19
18/09
15.17
12.47
10.24

14.24











FLORIDA TANGERINES
Cost of Packing, and Coloring for
Principal Containers, by Volume of House.
1938-39 Season

(All Containers Converted to l-3/5s Bushel Box Equivalent)

SOURCE: See Foot Note


Materials Labor Salaries


Other
Operating
Costs


Total
Packing &
Fixed Coloring
Costs Costs


- Conts Per Box -


1/2 BOX


25,000 & Under
25,001-100,000
100,001-250,000
250,001-500,000
500,001 & Over

AverageA All Groups



25,000 & Under **
25,001-100000
100,001-250,000
250,001-500,000
500,001 & Over

Average* All Groups


36.15
36.36
37.16
39.19
37.85

37.69


19.19
22.40
20.37
21.78
19.39


0.63
7.06
5.01
4.79
2.31


20.80 4.73


1/2 STRAP


47.85
46.23
48.85
47.16

47.45


24.78
23.99
22.90
18.96


7.06
5.01
4.79
2.31


22.48 4.73


4/5 BRUCE BOX


25,000 & Under **
25,001-100,000
100,001-250,000
250,001-500,000
500,001 & Over
Average* All Groups



25,000 & UNder **
25.001-100,000
16,001-250,000
250,001-500,000
500,001 & Over

Average* All Groups


29.08
34.45
26.40
27.64


20.37
22.01
20.85
19.34


7.06
5.01
4.79
2.31


20.63 4.73


B ULK


10.20
9.86
10.02
8.50


7.06
5.01
4.79
2.31


9.55 4.73


*Average per box costs by volume-of-house groups weighted
of total Florida shipments*


by percentage distribution


** Too few houses reporting to give sufficient basis for an average.


Source of Data, "COST OF HANDLING FLORIDA CITRUS FOR TIE 1938-39 SEASON," issued by
U. S. Department of Agriculture Division of Marketing & Marketing Agreements.

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Volume of
House
Boxes


9.43
9.95
7.03
7.80
5.51
7.26


11.08
7.78
6.34
'7.13
4.59

6.49


84.48
82,55
75.91
o8069
69.65

76.97


8.95
7.03
7.80
5.51
7.26


7.78
6.34
7.13
4.59

6.49


96.42
88.60
91.47
78.53
88.41


8.75
7.03
7.80
5.51
7.26


7.78
6.34
7.13
4.59
6.49


73.24
74.84
66.97
59.39
68.84


8.95
7.03
7.80
5.51
7.26


7.78
6.34
7.13
4.59

6.49


33.99
28.24
29.74
20.91

28.03














UNITED STATES PER CAPITAL PRODUCTION OF MAJOR FRUIT CROPS
5 Year Averages 1919 1938


SOURCE: From Fruit Outlook

CROP 1919-23
Pounds


CITRUS:
Orangoso...oe.o.s
Grapefruite...***
Lemons...........

TOTAL CITRUS........


APPLES..............

GRAPES..............

PEACHES.............

PLUMS & PRUNES..,...

PEARS..............

APRICOTS............

STRAWBERRIES........

CHERRIES............

CRANBERRIES .........

OLIVES...............


TOTAL 13 FRUITS.....



BANANAS IMPORTS...


21.2
5.4
3.4

30.0


71.5

31.7

20.5

8.3

7.4

2.7

2.8

0.8

0.5

0.2


for 1940

1924-28
Pounds


25.0
6,8
4.3

36.1


68.4

39.5

22.4

10.6

8.9

2.9

3.5
1.4

0.5

0.1


1929-33
Pounds


29*2
9.3
4.4

42.9


61.1

33.3
20.5

11.4

9.6

3.9

3.4
2.0

0.5

0.3


1934-38
Pounds


59,1
17.3
5.4
61.8


5669

36.7

19.5

11.8

10.9

3.3

3.0

2.1

0.4

0.4


, 76.4 194.5 188.9 206.8



18.6 237 21.0 22.7


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FLORIDA CITRUS CONTAINER REPORT (INCLUDING F.S.C.C. PURCHASES)
September 1, 1939 -- June 30, 1940
(All Figures represent Equivalent standard boxes (1-3/5s Bushels)
SOURCE: Plorida Cjtrus Inspection Bureau
TYPE AMOUNT
CONTAINER BOXES PERCENT

1-3/5 Bu. Nailed Box 8,856,751 32.5
1-3/5 Bu. Nailed Box (With- 68,067 0.2
out Partition)
1 Bushel Nailed Box 158 0.0
4/5 Bushel Nailed Box 1,610,331 5.9
j- Strap Nailed Box 111,609 0.4
2/5 Bushel Nailed Box 61 0.0

1-3/5 Bus. i1lrebound Crate 14,660,219 53.9
1 Bushel Wirobound Crate 81 0.0
4/5 Bu. Wirebound Crate 414,882 1.5
2/5 Bu. Wirebeund Crate 4 0.0
4/5 Bushel Mesh Bag 1,244,381 4e6

20-Lb, Uesh Bag 75,748 0.3

12-Lb. Mesh Bag 3,142 0.0

10-Lb. Mesh Bag 2,065 0.0
8-Lb. Mesh Bag 131,561 0.5
5-Lb. Mesh Bag 16,095 0.1
4-Lb. Mosh Bag 696 0.0

1-3/5 Bushel Baskot 10 0.0
1 Bushel Basket 35,700 0.1
*-Bushol Basket 39 0.0
1 Bushel Cylinder Drum 10 0,0
4/5 Bushel Cardboard Box 566 0.0
Consumer Size Cardboard Box 1,200 0.0
Misoollanoous 56 0.0


TOTAL .......................


1100.0











NE W YORK C ITY
TOTAL UNLOADS OF FLORIDA CITRUS
INDICATING NO.CARS MOVED BY RAIL AND BOAT


SEASONS


*-1928-29


CARRIER

RAIL...
BOAT*..

TOTAL..

RAIL
BOAT...

TOTAL..

RAIL...
BOAT...

TOTAL.

RAIL...
BOAT,..

TOTAL..

RAIL...
BOAT

TOTAL..

RAIL.,,
BOAT...

TOTAL..

RAIL
BOAT...

TOTAL..

RAIL...
BOAT..

TOTAL..

RAIL...
BOAT...

TOTAL..

RAIL...
BOAT...

TOTAL..

RAIL...
BOAT...

TOTAL..

RAIL...
BOAT...

TOTAL..


ORGS.

6,1 7


6,517

4,712
136

4,848

7,695
742

8,444

5,264
1.253

6,517

4,876
5.023

9,899

969
8s510

9,479

1,557
8,423

9,980

1,395

9,358
2,002
8,773

10,775

3,658
9,576
13,234

4,305
10.519
14,823

4,298
50,270
10,270


*-Boat shipments estimated.
movement,


Based on certain percentage of total Boat


(39)


GRFT.

3,950
152
4,102

3,207
4__4
3,253

4,779
490

5,269

2,842
1,838

4,680

2,631
2,995

5,626

885
4.013

4,898

412
5.720
6,132

562
4.162

4,724

1,089
5.448

6,537
2,027
3.841
5,868

2,457
5.174

7,631
2,414
,6781
5,181


*-1930-31


'-1932-33



*-1933-34



*-1934-35



1935-36



1936-37



1937-38



1938-39



1939-40


TANGS.

1,052
26

1,078

603


612

1,278


1,311

1,102
88

1,190

982
480

1,462

391
898

1,289

338
990
1,328

21
_6

1,180

241
1.318

1,559

363
1.006

1,369

591
1288

1,879

619
.55,
1,174


TOTALS

11,189
508

11,697

8,522
191
8,713

13,752
1,272

15,024

9,208
3g179

12,387

8,489
8.498

16,987

2,245
13.421
15,666

2,307
15.133
17,440
2,170
13.092

15,262

3,332
15.539

18,871

6,038
14.433

20,471

7,353
16.981

24,334

7,331
9,294
16,625


















DISPOSITION OF FLORIDA CITRUS 199.-40 SEASON
(In Boxes)


Interstate Shipments......

Express Shipments........

Relier........ ........ ..

Irtrastate Shipments......

Exports* .................

Interstate By.Products....

Cannery............o.....

Intrastate Non-Commercial.


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


VALENCIA
ORANGES

5,746,158

70,383
180,760

165,433


41,843

3,265,248

530,175


10,000,000


EARLY &
MIDSEASON
ORANGES

12,685,065

136,342

678,340

354,922


27,531

935,110

782,690


15,60ooo00


September 10, 1940

Growers Administrative Committee.


(40)


SEEDED
GRAPEFRUIT

2,666,670

52,617


148,373

5

7,790
6,162,580

261,965


9,300,000


SEEDLESS
GRAPEFRUIT

3,409,485

52,617


86,334

3,060


2,641,105

207,399


6,400,000


TANGERINES

1,999,447
64,441


36,494



907


198,711


2,300,000







FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT


TOTAL
NO. OASES PACKED


PRODUCTION FRESH FRUIT.
BY CANNERS & NO. FIELD BOXES USED


SEASON


1920-21
1921-22
1922-23
1923-24
1924-2 5
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
"*-1939-40


SEGMENTS
CANNED
(1,000 Cases)


TOTAL
PRODUCTION
(1,000 Boxes)

6,142
6,644
7,766
8,936
9,177
7,660
8,693
8,158
11,314
8,274
16,109
10,786
11,800
10,700
15,200
11,500
18,100
14,600
23,600
15,800


JUICE
CANNED
(1,000 Cases)


0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
205
174
412
248
726
610
2,237
1,758
3,919
3,370
6,190
o


*0MISC.
(1,000 Cases)


TOTAL
CANNED
(1,000 Cases)


2
10
150
200
350
400
700oo
6oo
1,162
1,491
3,124
1,155
2,909
2,795
5,825
4,085
8,157
7,105
10,711


ESTIMATED NO.
FIELD BOXES
(1,000 Cases)


2
9
136
181
317
362
633
543
1,049
1,640
2,893
933
2,526
2,369
5,545
3,646
6,723
6,050
8,472
8,797


SAME FOR UNITED STATES
(FLORIDA TEXAS CALIFORNIA ARIZONA COMBINED)


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
1.938-39
*-.939-40


6,576
7,047
8,255
9,459
9,970
8,610
9,846
9,578
13,250
11,169
18,934
15,147
15,149
14,353
21,367
18,329
30,440
31,093
43,714
34,573


2
10
150
200
350
400
700
600o
957
1,317
2,712
907
2,183
2,192
3,599
2,275
4,189
3,523
4,212


0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
205
192
462
341
777
708
2,668
2,422
6,432
8,831
11,625
o














11,625


2
10
150
200.
350
400
700
600
1,162
1,509
3,174
1,248
2,960
2,900
6,267
4,772
10,801
12,670
16,252


2
9
136
181
317
362
633
543
1,049
1,658
2,866
1,127
2,673
2,619
5,659
4,485
9,153
10,111
13,993
15,o00


"- Case equivalent of Grapefruit used in citrus salad and combination Juice.


NOTE: Canned grapefruit expressed in equivalent of cased of 24 cans, no, 2 size.
Grapefruit canned for relief purposes not included in above cannery figures.

SOURCEs U. S. D. A. reports and releases of the Bureau of Foreign & Domestic Commerce, and
bulletins of the Growers Administrative Committoo.

NOE: This bulletin was hold up for a period of six wooks awaiting information of the
utilization of citrus used in canning, from the Canners Association, which wo have
not yet boon able to obtain. (
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2
10
150
200
350
400
7oo
6oo
957
1,317
2,712
907
2,183
2,185
3,588
2,252
4,058
3,419
4,106


















FLORIDA 0 R A NG E S
TOTAL PRODUCTION FRESII FRUIT
NOe CASES PACKED BY CANNERS & NO. FIELD BOXES USED


TOTAL
PRODUCTION
(1,000 Boxes)

9,856
17,341
12,754
14,681
16,100
15,600
15,900
19,500
24,400
30,500


JUICE
CANNED
(1,000 Cases)

37.6
61.1
36.4
64.3
57.7
241.0
162.5
498.2
806.2
926.3


SEGMENTS
CANNED
(1,000 Canes)

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
33.4
13,6


*-MISC. TOTAL
CANNED CANNED


(1,000 Cases)

0
0
0
0
0
0
75.1
179.7
315.8
414.9


(1,000 Cases)

37.6
61.1
36.4
64.3
57.7
241.0
237.6
677.9
1,155.4
1,354.8


NO. FIELD
BOXES USED
(1,000 Cases)

37.5
61,4
33.7
60.7
55.8
265.3
212.7
550.3
1,108.9
1,183.9


SAME UNITED STATES ORANGES


1929-30
31930-31
1931-32
3.932-33
1933-34
1934-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
""-1939-40


31,737
53,200
48,319
49,408
45,374
61,988
49,973
51,938
72,485
75,463


37.6
99.0
36.4
104.0
343.0
1,058.0
1,177.0
1,557.0
1,040.0
1,263.0


0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
33.4
13.6


0
o
0
o
0
0
o
75.1
179.7
315.8
414.9


37.6
99.0
36.4
104,0
343.0
1,058.0
1,252.1
1,736.7
1,389.2
1,691.5


UNAVAILABLE
It
i,


it
ii
it
to


' Case equivalent of Oranges used in citrus Salad and combination Juice.



NOTE. Total Orange Production does not include Tangerines. Orange Production for United
States includes seven States. United States oannory figures are for Florida and
California, very few oranges canned in other States.

NOTEt Cannod Oranges ospressed in equivalent of cases of 24 cans No. 2 size.
(Does not include Reliof.)

SOURCE: U. S. D. A. reports and releases of the Bureau of Foreign & Domestic Commerce,
and bulletins of the Growers Administrative Committoe.

NO?Et This bulletin was held up for a period of six weeks awaiting information of the
utilization of citrus used in canning, from the Cannors Association, which we
have not yet boon able to obtain.


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SEASON


1929-30
1930-31
1931-32
1932-33
1933-34
1934-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
**-1939-40

















GRAPEPRUIT SEO.ENTS CANNED
UNITED STATES EXPORTS, BY MONTHS, JANUARY 1931, To DECEMBER 31, 1939

MONTH 1931 1932 1933- 1934 1950 1336 1937 1938 1939
1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
Cases Cases Cases Cases Cases Cases Cases Cases Cases
JANUARY 44 18 73 251 205 235 99 233 207
:S.BRUARY 41 32 162 97 188 88 326 200 225
IARCH 42 23 24 139 160 133 163 191 184
j.'PRIL 26 38 43 65 28 86 148 148 232
1l.Y 33 15 72 40 82 81 92 114 158
CUNE 24 29 44 116 68 73 40 68 151
JULY 24 14 162 31 48 35 8 63 107
AUGUST 5 37 50 12 63 39 21 25 110
S EPTEMBER 13 14 46 3 106 16 38 20 93
0 ?TOBER 12 5 11 5 31 7 10 8 88
N IWEBER 6 1 3 3 17 4 56 4 0
D1CEMBER 7 5 83 177 37 102 74 209 71

TTAL 277 231 773 939 1,033 979 1,073 1$283 1,626


(TCtAL VALUE
IN
TFIUSANDS) $624 $407 $1,229 $1,577 $1,798 $1,782 $1,742 $2,456 $2,659




S0aAoOE Bureau of Agriculturial Eoonomics. Reported in pounds and reduced to cases, on basis
of 30 pounds average per case.


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