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Title: Statistical bulletin
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Language: English
Creator: Florida Citrus Exchange
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Place of Publication: <Tampa Fla.>
Creation Date: 1940
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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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S TA T I S T I, C A L. B U L LEE T I N


SEASON 1940-41



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Issued Odtober 21, 1941

Statistical Department
FLORIDA CITRUS,EXCHANGE












1)


I


FOREWORD

Here with is Statistital informa-

tibn pertaining to the Citrus in-

dustry of tho State of Florida for

the Season 1940-41.



FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
Statistical Department


'ii,


Ia 11.5L i6















T A B L E OF C 0 N TE N T S

State of Florida Rail & Boat Shipments (Carlots) Seasons 1909 thru 1940-41.................... 2
Florida State oarlot movement Rail, Boat and Truck by Months, comparative**... ........, .... 3
Florida shipments in boxes indicating percent moved by various carriers............ ........ 4
Florida certified shipments by counties, by varieties 'in boxes..................... .......... 5
Florida Rail and Boat and California Orange shipments each season sinwe 188................. 6
Florida FOB gross returns on Rail and Boat shipments each Season since 1909-10 ....... ........ 7
Florida gross revenue from all citrus including proportion of transportation"charges......... 8
Florida Citrus Cannery production sinoo 1929.30 thru 194041........ ......... ......... /
Florida citrus used by all Canners, by weeks'and to date,..................... ............... 10
Florida, California and Texas Citrus shipments-in boxes since 1900-01...... ............. .. 11
Size/Analysis citrus shipments past 10 Seasons............. ........ ...... ................ 12.
Florida Auction sales and averages each Auction Market 4 Seasons...... ... ............. .... 13
United States total,tree production.of Oranges by States 1889.thru 1940 .................... 14
United States total tree production of Grapefruit by States 1889 thru 1940....... ......... 15
Estimated bearing acreage by States, ORANGES & TANGERINES 1919-20 thru 1939-40....... ..... 0 16
Estimated bearing acreage by States GRAPEFRUIT 192930 thru 1939-40..........,.......... .. ..... 17
United States Citrus tree enumeration by varieties and Statess.. ................ ............ 18
Index of National Non-agricultural Income................ ... .... ... ... ...... ... .. 19
Estimcetd citrus bearing acreage by States............................... ......... ...... .. 20
Boat destinations, Florida Citrus......... ................. ....... ...................... 21
Comparison of Florida Citrus shipments and Auction sales and averages.................... ... 22
United StatesExports of Oranges and Grapefruit...................... ...................... 23
Record of Auction sales and Unloads,..... .................. ..........o...... ............... 24
Cost of Packing, Florida Oranges, by containrse.................. ....... .......... 25
Cost of Packing, Florida Grapefruit, by containers............ ..... ...... ................. 26
Cost of Packing,.Florida Tangerines, by containers.................. ....... ............ 2
United States Production of major Fruit Cropss.............................................. 28
Florida Citrus container report........ ,............ ......... ......................... 29
Now York City, Rail and Boat, unloads sinoe 1928-29............................ ................. 30
Disposition of Florida Citrus............................................................. 31
FloridaGrapefruit production, showing utilization of oanners................................ 32;
Florida Oranges Production, showing utilization of canners.,....................... ......... 33
United States Oranges, Production and Dispostion......................... ....................... 34
United States Grapefruit, Production and.Disposition.................... ... ................... 35















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SEASONS

1909-10
1910411
1911-12
1912-13
1913-14
1914-15
1915-16
1916-17
S 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
S 1935-36
1936037
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41


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
42,305


GRPRUIT

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,e886
20,184


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
12,313
15,755


142
581
666
1,250
83
2,400
2,641
2;650
1,898
2,792
2,577
3,211
3,o06
4,498
3,258
4,627


22
65
111
208
14
800
415
488
675
669
584
1,076
745
1,324,
1,235
1,182


*..RUIT FLY SEASON RESTRICTIONS LIMITED TRUCK SHIPMENTS


TANGS.:

225
325
161l
541
391
843
825
599
.728
1,oo6
1,076
1,680
1,330
1,853
1,385
2,248
1,623
2,116
1,900'
1 3,443
1,772
5,238
4,206
4,415
4,131
-3,582
4,014
5,999
4,406
6"335
4,047
4,560


TOTAL,

18,769
14,154
14,615
23,550
23,034
20,116
24,261
22,171
16,178
25,796
34,722
36,667
36,945
46,944
56,442
49j416
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
67,049


1925.26
1926-27
1927-28
1928-29
*-1929-30
1930-31
1931-32
1932-33
1933-34
1934-35
1935-36
193637
1937-38
1938-39
1939340
1940-41


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
21,564


STATE OF FLORIDA
RAIL & BOAT SHIPMENTS
(CARLOTS)







STATE OF FLORIDA
CARLOT SHIPMENTS BY MONTHS

(INCLUDING PROPORTION OF MIXED CARS)

ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES TOTALS


VARIETY & MONTH

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


CARS BY RAIL
40*41 3940


0 3
493 2,328
3,963 4,037
4,373 6,249
4,656 6,240
3,271 3,663'
4,398 3,351
3,393 2,335
3,984 890
2,246 104
341 2
'1 0


CARS BY BOAT
40-41 39.40


0 0
56 493
927 468
1,212 1,682
1,788 2,089
1,669 1,005
1,551 997
1,491 1,038
1,722 991
673 115
97 24
_0 0


CARS BY TRUCK
40.41 39-40


0 28
464 .879
1,850 1,734
3,199 3,343
2,574 2,159
1,956 1,348
2,155 1,274
1,530- 972
1,248 487
660 86
119 3
O 0


TOTAL CARS
40-41 39.40


0 31
1,013 3,700
6,740 6,239
8,784 11,274
9,018 10,488
6,896 6,016
8,104 5,622
6,414 4,345
6,954, 2,368
3,579 305
557 29
1 0


TOTALS 31.119 29.202 11186 8.902 12.31 58.060 50.41
'PO~S 4 ?8if; ~ir,~ eBb~~tZ~.f~A "AIW~t


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

TANGERINES:
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
TOTALS


CokhBINED:
September
October
November
December
January,
February
March'
April
SMay
June
July
August

..TOTALS


o 130
1,196 1,743
1,319 1,413
1,755 1,022,
2,409 1,236
1,694 906
2,127 943
1,818 1,010
1,915, 581
421 105
49 1
0 0


0 80
526 883
1,396 1,431
1,020 810
493 98
61 10
1 0

3.497 3.312


0 .133
1,689 4,151
5,808 6,333
7,524 8,702
8,085 8,286
5,458 4,667
6,586 4,304
5,212 3,345
5,899 1i,471
2,667 209
390 3
1 o

42Z931 41.604


0 3
136 227
433 199
524 609
852 725
794 451
932 344
901 733
776 468
131 37
2 0
0 0


0 39
79 96
225 285
384 260
275 .51
98 4
-_ 0

1.063 735


o 79
364 362
432 433
471 441
677 493
646 397
748 385
653 372
487 232
134 64
15 0
o0 0_


0 18
163 259
475 609
250 312
208 30
81 7
5

1.182 _1.235


0 212
1,696 2,332j
2,184 2,045
2,750 2,072
3,938 2,454
3,134 .1,754
3,807 1,672
3,372 2,115
3,178 1,281
686 206
66 1
S 0__


o 137,
759 1,238
2,096 2,325
1,654 1,382
976 179
240 21


55.742 5.282


o 3 0 107 0 243
192 759 828 1,259 2,709 6,169
1,430 763 2,445 2,426 9,683 9,522
1,961 2,576 4,145 4,33 13,630 15,671
3,024 3,074, 3,501 2,964 14,610 14,324
2,738 1,507 2,810 1,775 11,006 7,949
2,581 1,345 2,984 1,666. 12,151 7,315
2,403 1,771 2,188 1,344 9,803 6,460
2,498 1,459 1,735 719 10,132 3,649
804 152 794 150 4,265 511
99 24 134 3 623 30
0 0 0 1 0..
170730 13.433 21.564 16.806 88.613 71.843


AL7 01 16j 144
14.703 9.090 15.481 3.9 4.27 325 4,1 1,4






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


RAIL
GOranges
Grapefruit
Tangerine a
TOTAL RAIL

BOAT
Oranges,
Grapefruit
Tangerines

TOTAL BOAT

TRUCK
Oranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines

TOTAL TRUCK

TOTALS
Oranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines
G RAND TOTALS

CANNERY:
Oranges
Grapefruit


1P4Q.41
SHIPMENTS PRCOT.


11,762,982
5,645,952
1i381f315


52.2
58.3
6o0,6


18.79q.249 54.5


4,474,400
2,192,400
425,200


19.8
22e6
18.7


7e092,000 20,5


6,302,000
1,850,800
472.800


28.0
19.1
20.7


8/625,600 2g.o


22,539,382
9,689,152
2,27 15


100.0
100.0
100.0


34507 849 100.0


3,950,000
i3,867,ooo


TOTAL CANNERY '1,17 oo0


1939.40O
SHIPMENTS PRCT.
11,096,760 56.7
3,557,826 $55.8
1,324,800 62_.7

S15.979.3a 56.9


3,560,800 18.2-
1,518,400 23*8
294,000 13.9

2QD 1 Z


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


25.1
20.4
23.4


6,722,400 24.0


19,582,760
6,379,426
2,41121800


100.0

100.0
1o000


28,074,986 100.0


4,170,134
8 800,274

,2to704P8


1938-39
SHIPMENTS PRCT.
14,268,240 52.0
6,676,800 57.2
1,816,487 59.2

22.761.527 54,


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


26.9
27.4
23.6


1937-38


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




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


?RCT.
56.5,
56.4
59.*6




27.6
27.9
25.7


11i,23,p00 26.8 8.6t 8,400 27.6
'* s cs a -. .. 11


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


21.1
15.4
17.2


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


15.9
15.7
14.7


,l11soo00 19.2 j 4,973,200 15.7


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


100.0
100.0
100.0


42,173,127 100.P


1 ,187544
8,481 053

.*x66set,


21,679,591
7,877,787
2.027,559


100.0
100.0
100.0


31,584,937 100oo.o


1,250,336
6,045,291

7.295,62


AVG. LOADS
RAIL
Oranges
Grapefrui
Tangerines

TOTAL RAIL

BOAT & TRUCK

&LL CARRIERS
Oranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines

COMBINED


378.0
384.0
395.0
381.0

400.0


388.2
390.5
397.0
389.4


tELIEP SHIPMENTS INCLUDED IN ABOVE AS FOLLOWS:
1940-41 GRAPEFRUIT 970,765 BOXES ALL RAIL.
1938-39 GRAPEFRUIT 908,622 BOXES ALL RAIL.
.193940 ORANGES 859,100 BOXES ALL RAIL.
1938.39 ORANGES 208,827 BOXES -ALL RAIL.
YOTE_ EXPRESS SHIPMENTS INCLUDED WITH RAIL.
i (A


380.0
391.4
400.0



400.0


388.4
395.2
400.0

390.8
smmgc=e


380.0
390.0
401.7

384.5

400.0


389.3
394.2
401.0


388.7
387.8
389.4

388.5

400.0


393.5
393.0
393.6

393.4
=








CERTIFIED COUNTY SHIPMENTS FROM SEPTEMBER 24, 1940 THRU JUNE 30, 1941.
AS RELEASED BT CITRUS INSPECTION BUREAU (1l3/51s BUSHEL BOXES)


COUNTY

ALACHUA..........

BREVARD.o..,..,..

BROWARD.O.........

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

DADE,.... ... ...
DESOTO..........,

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

HARDEE..........

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

HIGHLANDS.........

HILLSBOROUGH.....
INDIAN RIVER.....

LAKE COUNTY.......

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

MANATEE...........
MARION..S.......

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

OSCEOLA. .. ......

PALM BEACH........

PASCO,1...........
PINELLASS..;.....


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

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

ST4 LUCIE.........

SARASOTA.........

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

VOUS IA ...........

STATEWIDE TOTALS..


GRAPEFRUIT

2,054

)314,916
16,865

745
81,628

26,704
103,089

207

2,207

237,216
226,211

706,804

438,649
96,018

167,088

33,880
689,779

45,766

54,869
252,672

673,693

3 530,o007
1i2,743,

2,677
728,152

231,747
181,258

.582
74,916


8,725.162


ORANGES

S57,838

634,934

820949
8,439
110,930

437,135
627,319

99,268

76,113
382,285

953,483

237,139
2,052,098

63,583

87,314
842,453

5,945,063-
201,264

49,313
495,996

358,552
6,465,838

155,399
36,962
452,755
88,289

978,606
18,282

'597,643

222597,24?


TANGERINES

1,285

24,117

i.23o
185

5,897
38,327
65,007

6,625

59,576

66559
41,386
41,604

185,896

2,309
1,260

21,3.86

564,167
11,368

12,070

25,160
40,176

811,209

21,903
816

'84,764


58,923
251
88,039


TOTALS

61,177

973 967

101,064

9,369
198,455
502,166

795,415'
106,100

137,896
688,060
1,221,080

985,547
2,676,643
161,910

255,662
897,719

7,199,009

258,398
116,252

773,828
1,072,421

10o,87,054
190,045

40,455
1,265,671
112,036

1,218,787

19,115
760,598


2,283,495 33,605,892


NOTE: Citrus fruit transported by express or parcel post, or used for charity, and relief
purposes, is, exempt from certification and is, therefore, not shwwn in the above
shipping report*
(5)


COL. ADDED

2,459

18,217
-



5,425
101,055

S75,567
11,711

6,548

155,278
217,337
181

765,246
10,424

14,908

395,572
2,786,541

175,184


,50,717

113,532

2,433,138
5,104
3,024

4,043

87.564

277,526


38,734

7,755,035







TOTAL CITRUS CROP MOVEMENT
RAIL AND BOAT SHIPMENTS IN BOXES


SEASONS FLORIDA
1886.87 1,20o,000
1887"88 1,450,000
1888.89 1,950,000
1889.90 2,150,000
1890i 91 2,450,000
'1891-92 2,713,180
1892-93 3,450,000
1893-94 5,055,367
1894-95 2,808,187
1895-96 147,000
1896-97 218,379'
1897-98 358,966
1898.99 252,000
1899-00 274,000
1900-01 352,600
1901-02 974,083
1902-03 1,147,491
1903-04 1,954,954
1904-05 2,961,192
1905-06 3,794,133
1906-07 3,801,101
1907-08 3,250,000
1908-09 4,634,000
1909-10 6,193,770
1910-11 4,670,820
1911.12 4,822,950
1912-13 8,124,750
1913-14 7,946,730
1914-15 9,700,020
1915-16 8,370,045
1916-17 7,648,995
1917418 5,581,610
1918-19 8,770,640
1919-20 12,499,920
1920.21 13,200,120
1921&22 13,300,200
192223 16,899,840
1923-24 20,319,120
1924-25 17,783,280
1925-26 13,637,860
1926-27 16,195,128
1927.28 12,896,800
1928-29 22,729,900
1929-30 14,052,960
1930-31 -26,951,815
1931.32 19,050,240
1932-33 20,373,835
1933-34 20,628,244
1934-35 20,107,892
1935-36 19,260,681
1936-37 26,495,652
1937-38 26,611,737
1938-39' 34,055,127
1939-40 21,352,586
1940.41 25,882,249
**-As of Octobor 16, 1941
:*.ORANGES ONLY-(REVISED)'


*-CALIFORNIA

.840,560
,957,600
1,067,040
1,333,800
1,541,280
1,691,760
2,255,680
2,230,980
1,908,360
2,878,500
.2,793,000
5,758,140
3,933,380
6,767,420
9,156,860
7,747,060
8,921,220
11,114,656
11,559,542
10,155,542
11,388,029
12,327,994
15,460,912
12,815,272
17,960,544
15,827,162
7,404,474
20,931,372
18,303,o54
x17,508,414
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
33,67,0ol
27,993,966
20,264,244
34,552,518
27#833,190
33,601,260
**33,054,033


NOTE: TRUCK, CANNERY AND LOCALLY CONSUMED
CITRUS NOT INCLUDED.
CALIFORNIA .-Shipments for Seasons 1930-31 thru
1939-40 from U, S. Department of Agriculture,
Includes percentage of Mixed. Seasons
S1912-13 thru 1929-30 from "Fruit World,"
Straight cars prior seasons from Railroad reports.
: (6)








ESTIMATED GROSS F. 0. B. RETURNS FLORIDA POINTS
iON FLORIDA'S CITRUS -CROP AS REPORTED BY STATE MARKETING(


G BUREAU


(RAIL'AND BOAT SHIPMENTS)


SEASONS

1909.10.......................
1910.11 ......,.....*.*.......
1912-13.......................
1913 14*......................
19149 15r**... .............
1916-17................
1917-18,*...** ...............
1918519.....2.6...............
1919.20......................
1920-21...........4O....a.....
1921-22....................
1922.23...................
1923-24. ......................
19246-27.. 44.4.4.4.44444444 4
1925-256.......................
1926-27.2........ ...........
1927-28.....4......4.........
19284-29.......... .. .......
1929-30.......... ............
1930-31**.*.*... *.............*
1931-329....... ....4 .......
1932*334......................
1933344....'..................
1934-35.......................
1935-36.......................
1936*37.......................
1937-38........................
1938-39**.*****...*...........
1939.40.......................
1940.41...*... ........... .....


BOXES

6,100,000
4,600,000
4,750,000
8,125,000
7,956,000
9,700,000
8,370,000
7,649,00oo
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
21,449,504
26,358,127


NOTE: TRUCK, CANNERY.AND LOCALLY CONSUMED CITRUS NOT
INCLUDED.

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


SEASONS

1940-41.................. ....
1939-40.. .................. .
1938-39*..........*****.. .. .
1937-38*.......4..............
1936.37......................
1935-36.......................
1934-35. ...* ... ....
1933-34............ 9 4..... o..
1932-33 ... .................
1931-32.......4 4.............


BOXES AMOUNT


55,890,754
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


)9,781,770.00
54,662,438,00
64,291,731400
57,379,315.00
72,898,879*00
56,724,637.00
46,081,33800
45,914,345.00
36,877,896.00
47,499,006.00


'*-Oranges, Grapefruiit, and Tangerines combined.


AMOUNT.

$ 9,699,000o.o00
8,740,000.00
11,685,000.00
17,558,000.00
16,550,406.00
16,19,ooo00.00
180497>700.00
17,4s sooo.oo
17,286,000.00
20,706,656.,3
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.o0
41,370,281,00
44,446,374.00
34,341712.00
39,711,619,00








ESTIMATED NET RETURNS TO FLORIDA GROWERS 0I 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

SEA3$Ot TYPE OF SHIPMENT ORAOUES GRFRUIT TANGS. COMB.
1940.41 Rail & Boat *36 .12 .10 .27
Truck .33 .03) .08 ,26
Cannery .25 11-l .03.
Local :2232 .01;dL ,015 .5
TOTAL CROP, .32 .02- ,08 .16
1939-40 Rail & Boat ,29 .20 .44: 28
Truck .22 .10. 635 *21
Cannery .33- .15- .21-
Local .20 *.07 .40 *18
TOTAL CROP .17 .01- ,42 .12

1938-39 Ral & Boat .25 '.00 .o6 .1
Truck .10 .100 .I15 .06
Cannery .05-. 4 20w .18.
Loeal .09 .05- .05- .04
'TOTAL CROP 20 .r09 .07- .07

1937-38 Rail & Boat .30 .35 .18 ,305
STruck 011 *21 .09. *12
Cannery .15. .03.- .05-
Local .24 2 .16 .25
TOTAL CROP .25 .18 l.4 .22
1936-37 Rail & Boat 1.15 .35 .20- .75
Truck,. 85 *27 *20- *57
Cannery 68 .10 .15
Local .78 .0 #o05. t53
STOTAL CROP 1,06 25 18.- .61

1935-36 Rail $ Boat .90 .61 .35 .76
Truck .90 56 ,70 80
Cannery .40 .19 .20
Local 80 .44 .60 .67
TOTAL CROP .88 .46 42 .69

1934-35 Rail & Boat .50 .08 .16 *32
Truck .65 18 35 .53
Cannery .20 .12- .11-
Local *55 6 30- 36
TOTAL CROP .53 .01 .21 *27
193-.34 Rail & Boat .38 .29 *19 .336
STruck 59 .31. 64 .54
Cannery .19 02 .02
Local .54 g3 54 .48
TOTAL CROP 42 .23 '29 34


NOTE: Averages followed by a dash (-) ndinales red ink.


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


GRPT.
SECTIONS

3,139,491
4,133,786
4,105,775
3,419,226,
4,057,672
2,251,775
3,588,042
2,184,577
2,182,597
.907,323
2,712,489
1,316,738


ORG.
JUIgE

2,350,169
2,851,373
926,278
806,183
498,206
162,452
240,967
57,678
37,258
36,362

37,552


ORG.
'sEgtos


1,998
13,626
33,430
0
0
0
0o
O
0
0


* *


CITRUS
SALAD

29),244
84,693
130,562
84 271
87,758
65,194
0
0
0
0
0
0


COlB.
JUICE

1,806,446
1,402,662
699,295
547,329
271,599
84,958
0
0
0
0
0 o
o0
;o


TOTAL
CASES

16,401,627
13,156,569
11,377,638
8,260,441
8,833,839
4,322,876
6,065,735
2,852,370
2,947,658
1,191,337
3,185,665
1,528,224


* *


FLORIDA CANNED GRAPEFRUIT SEGMENTS
PRODUCTION PRIOft TO 922 0


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


SEASONS

1928..29 .S** 3** **. ** *. i ....... ....
192728.. .................. ............
1926527,.*..***.........................
192524 .................................
1924.25*2.............*........****..*..
1923-24*...... .... 3* 3* **.*..... ..**..**.
1922-23.................................
1921.22........*....*....*...............
192021..................,r...............


;NO. CASES

957,000
7oo,ooo
700,000
'400,000
350,000
200,000
150;ooo
3,000
2,000


SUMMARY Of FIELD BOXES USED 1240.41
ORANGES USED.......,....,..,,,......... 3,9489925
GRAPEFRUIT BUSED,. .......... ...... ... )273522 8
TOTAL FIELD BOXES USED.................. 17,222,518


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SEASONS
1940-41
1913940
1,'38-39
; 1937-38
153 36-37
S135-36
,15 34-35
1533-34.
S1932-33
,531-32
S1930 431
1929-30


GRPFT
JUICE

8,812,277
4,682,786;
5,502,102
3,370,002
3,918,604
1,758,497
2,236,726
610,115
727,803
247,652
412,066
173,934


NO.FIELD
BOXES USED

17,222,518
12,708,978
9,656,059
7,160,462
7,273,090
3,859,068
5,781,933
2,424,906
*2,644,115
966,533
2,954,056
1,676,437







FLORIDA CITRUS USED ALL CANNERS BY WEEKS &.TO-DATE 1,940.41 SEASON
Furnished through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Commission
Lakeland, FPorida


0 R A N G E S.


WEEK ENDING
9140
October 19
26
November 2
9
16
23
30
December 7
14
f .21
28
1941
January 4
11
18
25
February 1
8
15
22
March 1
8
15
22
29
April 5
12
19
26
May 3
10"
17
24
31
June 7
14
21
28
July 5
12
19
26
August 2
9


BOXES.USED


2
.571
4,606
16,617
26,972
55,531
46,419
73,598
83,585
42,967

117,421
155,890
169,o7o
,143,737
144,186
143,412
155,407
150,640
141,477
157,474
153,278
123s704
122,651
120,459
160,549.
'100,499
102,638
105,045
117,493
130,985
126,193
133,765
135,856
124,351
119,614
116,334
48,064,
30,631
24,989
14,581
7,531
133


STODATE


2
573
5,179
21,796
48,768
104,299
150,718
224,316
307,901
350,868

468,289
624,179
.793,249
936,986
1,081,172
1,224,584
1,379,991
1,530,631
1,672,108
1,829,582
1,982,860
2,106,564
2,229,215
2,349,674
2,510,223
2,610,722
2,713,360
2,818,405
2,935,898
,3,066,883
3,193,076
3,326,841
3,462,697
3,587,048
3,706,662
3,822,996
3,871,060
3,901,691
3,926,680
3,941,261
3,948,792
3,948,925


GRAPE F R U IT
BOXES USED TODATE


4399
8,232
11,444
14,997
20,782
58,726
95,131
259,883
412,279
463,342
340,402

607,095
521,731
455,504
540,479
630,159
701,133
734,295
768,109
664,318'
616,756
597,647
524,712
524,617
532,794
528,194
511,176
515,446
402,324
368,912
310,286
205,133
125,628
73,914
43,063
27,034
23,460
10,373
5,928
6,821
4,576
4,619


2 9
10,371
21,815
36,812
57,594
116,320
211,451
.471,334
.883,613
1,346,955
1,687,357

2,294,452
2,816,183
3,271,687
3,812,166
4,442,325
5,143,458
5,877,753
6,645,862
7,310,180
7,926,936
8,524,583
9,049,295
9,573,912
10,106,706
10,634,900
11,146,076
11,661,522
12,063,846
12,432,758
12,743,044
12,948,177
13,073,805
13,147,719
13,190,782
13,217,816.
13,241,276
13,251,649
13,257,577
13,264,398
13,268,974
13,273,593
13,273,593


Included in above tabulationst 837,618 oases"of canned grapefruit
juice & sections purchased by the Federal Surplus'Commodities Corpor-
ation and 112,008 boxes of oranges used fop pacing concentrates for
Federal Surplus Commodities Corporation orders*

Not Tncluded in above tabulations '601,992 boxes of grapefruit purr
chased by, Goernment Agencies for canning.








CITRUS SHIPMENTS, IN BOXES, SEASONS 1200-01 19,40-41
(RELIEF INCLUDED)


SEASONS
1,'00.01
i1901-02
: 1?02-03
i: 1'0304
S1104-05
1i: ,5-o6
i1 o6-o7
1 :)o708
Sl908-09
1909-10
1910-ll
1 911-12
1 112-13
S1913-14
19 14-15
1i ;15-16
1917-18
1518.19
19120
1c120.21
: 121.22
1922-23
1 23-24
1i 124-25
S1.925-26
1926-27
S1527-28
1928-29
S1929-30
S1930-31
1931-32
1932-33
S1933-34
1934-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
S1938-39
1939-40
S1940.41


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
22,539,382


F L O R
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
9,353,160o
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
9,689,152


**-As of October 16,, 1941

S*-.Included with OrangeS.
iFLORIDAi Includes Rail, Boat and Truck shipments.
CALIFORIIIA: Shipments for Seasons 1930-31 thru 1939-40 from V, So Department of Agriculture,
: includes percentage of Mixe'd Seasons 1912-13 thru 1929-30 from "Fruit World,"
straight oars Prior Seasons from Railroad reports.

TE ;AS: 1933-34 through 1938-39 are Rail, Boat and Truck shipments Prior seasons,
production


(11)


I D A
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
593,08o
/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
2,279,315


TOTALS
352,6oo
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
4,8229950
8,124,750
7,946,730
9,700,020
8,370,045
7,648,995
5,581,610
8,770,640.
12,4993',920
13,200,120
13,300,200.
16,899,840
S20,319,120
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'
28,074,986
34,507,849


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
18,216,198
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
**33,054,033


TEXAS
GRAPEFRUIT



',
\
--



--
\ -



,-




,3,000
-






35,0ooo
65,000
211,000.
200,000
361,000
524,000-
753,000
1,530,000
1,135,000
2,,480,000
l,385,000
1,055,352
1,983,024
2,069,268
6,589,668
6,655,383
7,487,130
7,261,200
7,034,000










SIZE ANALYSIS CITRUS SHIPMENTS PAST 10 SEASONS


ORANGE'S

*1940- 1939- 1938- 1937- 1936- 1935- 1934- 1933- 1932- 1931-
SIZES 191 140' 1939 1938 1L 1926 19351 13934. 19322 1932
% %6 % ** % % %*
961' 0.0 0.0 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.6 0.1 0.1 0.3 0.4
100oo 03 0.3 0.7 1.3 1.5 2.8 0.2 0.6 0*5 0.5
126s 5.1 3.3i 7.5 11.3 10.4 12.2 3*3 5.8 5.2 3.9
1508 11.1 8.5 13.9 17.3 15*3 16.9 7.9 11.2 9.1 8.0
1768 17.3 168 19.0 21.6 20.4 20.1 15.5 19.5 15.2 14.8
200s 13.6 15.6) 14.9 '139 14.8 14.2 14.3 16.3 13.7 13.6
216s 20.3 21.8 18.1 13.8 15.4 14.3 19*5 19.5 18.9 20.3-
250 17.5 19.6 14.5 11.8 13.2 11.2 20.3 16.0 18.8 197
2868 12.7 10.3 8.1 6,0 6.0 5.1 12.2 7.8 12.0 12.7
324S 2.1 J38 3 2.9 2.8 2.6 6 3*2 6. 6.1
TOTAL 100.0 100.0 1000 100 100.0 0loo 1. 100.0 o10 0 O 0 100.0


G R A P E F R T IT


0.8 1.7 0 0.8 2,0 1.1 140
5.9 8.3 6*1 10.1 7.0 5*8
18*8 18.1 18.0 23.4 21.8 18.8
20.9 179. 19.6 20.9 22.1 18.8
19.1 16.8 18.6 16,3 18.3 17.8
22.9 22.4 23.6 17.1 197 22.8
9.8 12.0 11.1 8.5 8.6 12.5
0.7 1.0 0.4 o0.6 0.2 0.1
1.1 1.8 1.8 2.4


.TOTAL 1000, 100.0 1000 100.0 100.0 100.0
i--2 -0- =0=0404


0.7 1.3 0.9, 1.9
3.3 6.5 5.0 6.2
12.6 20.0 17.2 16.5
15.8 19.1 176. 18.2
.18.1 17.8 17.8 18.7
28.4 21.6 24.5 23.4
16.8 11.4 13.6 12.5
0.4 0.1 0.1 0.4
329 2.1 31 2.2
100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0
Z==,=== :=::=:=


T AMNG E R I N E S


1940- 1939- 1938- 1937- 1936- 1935-
SIZES 1941 1940 1939 1938 937 1936 SIZES
F < -i '
90s 0.1 0.0 0.1 0.7 0.2 0.2 90B
100s 0.2 Oi4 0.5 3.8 0o.7 1.6 o16s
S:120s 5.5 7.4 11.1 28.5 11.4 11.7 120s
150s 16.8 r9.2 24,; 32.2 24.2 20.9 144s
S 176 ,30.6 30.4 28.4 19.8 27.6 24.3 168s
200s 9.2 11.0 8.6 5.0 11.4 9.4 196s
,210s 31.5 27.6 16.7 6.1 13.9 15.3 216.
246s 5.6 3.2 8.1 29 8.3 11,2 224s
294s 0.5 8 2.4 j. 2.3 5.4 250s
288s

TOTAL 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0
== := =Q aaiT ,= 9


1934- 1933- 1932- 1931-
1935 1934 U933 1932


0.1 00 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' 189 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 4g.6 3.5
100.0 100,0 100.0 r 100.0
1=006


/ NOTE: *.- Based on figures furnished by Citrus Inspection Bureau. ,Previous Seasons are
i'F.' C. E. Reports.
>'* r


36s:
468
'54s
64,
70,
80s
96s
100s
126s.









FLORIDA STATE AUCTION SALES
BY AUCTION MARKETS'
POUR SEASONS


ORANGES

New York
Philadelphia
Boston
Pittsburgh
Cleveland
Chioago'
St. Louis
Cincinnati
Detroit"
Baltimore,


COMBINED



GRAPEFRUIT

New York
Philadelphia
Boston
PittsburAh
Cleveland
S Chicago'
S St. Louis
Cincinnati
S Detroit
S Baltimore

S .COMBINED


1940.41
CARS AIUG.


10,089
3,320
1,385
426
647
1,020
312
1;077
434
261


2.37
2.26'
2.45
2.31
2.44
2.45
2.25
2.18
2.42
2.22


18.971 22,3


5,035 1.96
1,3341 1.75
805 1.933
249 1.76
256 1.92
313 2.00
109 1.77
416 1.74
215 1.91
91 1,61

8.823 ,


139-40
CARS. 'AVG.

8,758 2.43
2,908 2.25
1,290 2.47
364 2.16
589 2.31
1,012 2441
318 2.09
1,031 2.05
393 2.25
...13 2.23
16.83 2 5


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


2.21
1.92
2.10
1.92
2.11
2.29
2.10
1.98
2.06
1.73
2.13


S13 3839
.CARS AVG.

12,440 2.10
4,049 1*99
2,132 2,16
694 2.11
1,091 2.20
1,639 2.26
511 2.01
1,555 2.01
717 2.17
.396 1.94
25,224 *202


6,389 1.75
1,429 1.57
1,020 1.73
329r 1.68
384 1.77
361 1.g95
118 1.85
432 1.66
277 t180
187 1*46

10L926 1.2


1M37-38
CARS. AVG.

10,228 2.26
3,376 2.20
1,849 2.24
495 2.18
898 2.28
1,394 2.39
413 2.05
1,181 2.16
550 2.26
: 302 ,8 .8
20A666 224


4,881 2.20
1,244 2.06
814 2.13
190 2.05
313 2.11
353 2.28
72 2,16
342 2.09
219 2.21
127 1.88

8555 .16


TANGERINES-*

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


1,425 2.46
454 2.32
109 2.38
77 2.14
154 2.40
195 2.44
59 2*18
149 2.24
82 2.28
'13 2.12

2,717 2.38
,; r=1


1,192
345,
66
65
104
142
48
115
57
9


2.74
2.68
2.82
2.74
2.94
2.90
2.62
2.54
2.68
2.74


2,143 2.74


1,851 2.14
551 1.84
172 1.86
152 1.90
189 1.96
257 1,94
,107 1.72
203 ,e182
148 1*92
33 1.58

3i'663 2,00


1,311 2.52
382 2.42
149 2.40
95 2.56
117 2.60
149 2.50
S74 2.20
125 2.36
88 2.46
23 2.16

2p513 2.48


*#.STANDARD BOX BASIS.

.NOTEs All above averages are on delivered basis.,


Sii'









CROP
YEAR


S-1889
1899
* 1909

1919
1920
1921
S 1922
1923

S Av rage


1924'
1925
1926
1927
1928

S Average


1929
1930
i 1931
S 1932
1933

Average


' 1934
1935
1936
1937
1938

Average
il

. 1939
S 1940 2/


CALIF.
1,000
* Boxes

1,245
5,882
14.440


TOTAL
YEARS

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


UNITED STATES
ORANGE PRODUCTION BY STATES, CENSUS
1889, 1879, 1909 & YEARLY 191..1940


1,000
Boxes


11


ARIZ
1,000
Bpoes

11
133


ALAI.
1,000
Boxes

.1


LA.
1,000
Boxes

1
152


MISS.
1,000
Boxes
i
-
<


TOTALS
1,000
Boxes

4,992
6,167
19.530


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 13,725 6 86 225 75 55 38,496

19,830 9,997 7 77 120 53 37 30,121
-1 .. h- A.- 1.- -

18,535 11,639 17 60 2 75 30,328
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
38,994 15,588 115 99 85 220 30 55,131

26,527 11,654 50 75 80 149 30 38,565
n1--, *:r 't -V >-+ ,-I "- :-,r- -tvV-r-1 Pr VA .-----. i-- ... V
21,483 10,304 261 137 212 187 37 32,621
35,470 19,21, 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
28.439 18,100 430 155 3 245 2 47,374
",..- H ,, 4 .' ..- A. t-rr ,-- -, --v. -..... ,-D ^,- ,-.-' ,7. -. ,.." rr----- .a. -7--- "- r- l g

30,911 15,607 357 145 84 248 35 47,387


45,047 17,600 650 170 140 293 88 63,988
32,80o 18,000 ,777 k240 2 ; 44 1 52,073
29,827 22,500 2,000 220 $6 309 26 54,938
45;914 26,700 1,440 350 76 238 67 74,785
41,420 33300 2,815 430 96 385 85 78,531

39,003 23,670 1,536 282 74 294 53 64,862
>-;, ^.... : .+:.- + i. -r r- .. .. | r-,- t i-- f -- ,-- ,,,-f

44,404 28,000 2,360 520 75 228 59 75,646
45,340 31,100 2,750 506 1 253 79,994
'. .'~&t


!/ 500 Boxes or less.
NOTE': "Crop Year," iidioates
Season of 1940.41.


2/ Estimated. ; # Includes Tangerines.

year of Bloom. That is year 1940 would be shipping


*.*
FLORI~DA PROIXYCTION SEGREGATED EARLY & MIDSEASON.


VALENCIAS & TfA?4GERINES


CROP
YEAR


EARLY AND
MID-SEASON
1,000 Bxs,


1933. ............ .....0. r 9,600
1934.................... 10,700
1935....... ........,.. 9,600
1936............ ......... 12,000
1937 .* ... 13;,700
S1938........... ....... 17,150
' 1939.......... .........* 15,600,
1940......... ...... ...... 16,300


VALENCIAS
liO00 Bxs.o

6,500
4,900
*6,300
-7,500
10,700
12,750
10,000
12,000


TANGERINES
1,000 Bxs,

2,000
2,000
2,100
3,000
2,300
3,400
2,400
2,800


Division of Crop & Livestock Estimates, Ag rioultural1 Marketing Service.
0%()


TOTAL
PRODUCTION
1,000 Bxst

18,100
17,600
18,000
22,500
26,700
33,300
28,000
31,100'


FLO'I D PRDUCION SGRGATD ERL A MI-SASO.





,UNITED STATES
TOTAL GRAPEFRUIT PRODUCTION BY STATES, CENSUS
YEARS 1889, 18p,) 109 & YEARLY 1919-1940


FLA. TEXAS CALIF. ARIZ. TOTALS
1,000 1,000 1,000 1,00 1,000
BOxes Boxes Boxes Boxes Boxes


CROP
YEAR



1889
1899
1909


10
31
1,186


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
1940. /'


V/ 500 Boxes or less, 2/
"CROP YEAR," indioaates year of
shipping Season 1940-41.


Estimated.
blom. That is year 1940 would be


FLORIDA PRODUCTION SEGREGATED SEEDLESS AND OTHERS


SEEDLESS
1,000 Bxs.


2,800
4,100
4,000
6,000
5,500
7,800
6,500
8,300


TOTAL
GRAPEFRUIT
OTHERS, PRODUCTION
1,000 Bxs. 1,000 Bxs.


7,900
11,100
7,500
12,100
9,100
15,500
9,400
16,300


Division of Crop & .Livestook Estimates,Agricultural Marketing Service.


10
12
1,062


t _J--- X:,,. --
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
8,9363 5 3 95 9,459

7,077 23 375 51 7,526

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 75 722 211 13f250

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
100700 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
23,300 15,670 1.924 2 700 43,594

16,540 8,524 1, 92 1,978 28,964


15,900 14,400 1,975 2,900 35,175
24,600 13,800 1,863 2,800 43,063
+T---------.. ^ ^ 'I


CROP
YEAR

1933
1934,
1935
1936

1938
1939
1940


10,700
15,200
11,500
18,100
14,600
23,300
15,900
24,600










UNITED STATES ORANGES AND TANGERINES: ESTIMATED BEARING ACREAGE, BY STATES.
1919-20 to 1939.40


CA L IF 0 R N I A
NAVELS
AND


SEASONS MISC.* VALS.


1.919-20
1920-21

:1921.22

S:922.23

1923-24

1924-25

1925.26

1926.27

1927-28
19289-29

1929-30

1930-31

1931-32

1932.33

1933-34
1:934-35
1935-36
1 36-37

1937-38
S1938-39

1939.40


90,0

93.0

93.5

94,0

94.5

95.0

95.5

95.71
96.0

96.8

97.4

97.8
98.1
98.6

95.7
96.6

95'.0

93.5
94.9
96.6

97.4


55.0
6,.o

78.4
81*4

82.3

83.0

85*8

88.4

80.5

90,6

96.2

99.6

103.7
108.5

112.0

114.7
120.6
126.7

132.7

137.1

138.7


PFL 0R I D
ORGS. TANGS. TOTALS TEXA
.- Thousand Aorees -


TOTALS


145.0

162.0

171.9

175.4

176*8

178.0

181.3

184.1

184.5

,187.4

193.6

197*4
201.8

207,)

207.7
211.3
215.6
220.2
226

233.7

,236.1


*OTHER
S* ARIZ.* STATES TOTAL*


** ** 56.7

*i* 61.9
** .* 69.6

** 78.8

** "* 92.7

**" 112.4

** ** 116.9

** ** 133.5

** ** 140.5

** ** 144.0

"* ** 147.0

** ** 153.0

** ** 160.0

** **, 175.0

178.6 23.2 201.8

187.3 24.1 11.4
195.7 25.1 220.8
202.4 25.2 227.6

208.5 25.3 233.8

213.5 25.2 238.7
216.2 25.1 241.3,


.2

4.3
.5
.6
.8

1.0

1.2

1.4

1,8

3.0

5.1

7.4

9.9

13.7
18.4

20,9
21.4
22.0

23.1

24.0

24.2


.5
*6

.6

.7

.8


.9

1,0

1*0

1.1

1.1

1.3
1.6

2*0

2.7

4.0

5.4
6.0

6.3
6.8

7.1


3.0

5.8

6.3
12.9

14.6

3*5
3.8

4.3

5.0

5.2

5.1
4.9

5.2

5,5
6.1
6.6

7.1

7.3

7*5
7.9


8*3 5170.


**,Includes Tangerines.
-**-Not available separately.

:SCJRCE: U. S. D. A. Surplus


Marketing Administration.


205.4

230.6

248.9

268*4

285.7

295.8
304.1

324.3

332.8
340.7

351.9
364.0

378.5
403.3

436.7
454.2

470.3
483.1

498.3'

511.1














UNITED STATES GRAPEFRUIT: ESTIMATED BEARING ACREAGE, BY STATES.
1919-20 *o 1939 40


PLA.


25.9
31*4

36,1

39.1
40.7

.45.7

43.7
48.2

' 53*0

55.0
58.0

60.0
-67.8

7?;00

75.9

78.3
82,4

84*.1
85.8

87.o

87,5


TEX. ARIZ.

- '- Thousand Acres -- -


19-1920

1920-21

1921-22

1922.23

1923.24

,1924-25

1925-26

1926-27

1927-28

1928-29
1929-30'

1930-31

1931932

1932.33

1933-34

1934*35
1935-36

1936-37

1937.38
1938-39
1939-40


.3
.3

.3
.4

.5
6.

.7

.9
1.3

2.1

2.5

3.0

3.8

4.9
7.0

10.5
11,6

12.7

13.5

13.8


CALIF.


2.9
3.2

3.6

3.7
3.9
S4.5

5 4
6.6

8.5

10.0

10.8


11.8

12.8

13.4
14.1

14.9

16.2
16*3
16,3'5


SEASONS


SOURCEt U. S. r. A. .Surplus Uarketing Administration.


TOTAL


28.8

34.9
40.4'

44,2

46.6

52.5
51*8
.58.2

650.

7t*2


88.6

103.9
121*6

141.0

156.6

171.4

181.8

189.1

193.3
194.4


.3
.8

1.2

1.8

2.4,

3.0

3.9
5.1

7.4

11.1

15.3
21.9

34.0

47.4

57.9
64.4

7102
74.4

76,5
76.6










TREE NUMBERS, UNITED STATES CENSUS ENUMERATIONS


COMMODITY
AND
STATE

GRAPEFRUIT
Florida
California
Texas
Arizona,
TOTAL


ORANGES
Florida
California
'Texas
SArizona
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisana

TOTAL


TANGERINES v
Florida
California
Arizona
Texas
TOTAL


CENSUS 13AO
NON.
BEARING BEARING
(Trees) (Trees)


963336
81873/
74039
12768

1132016



2341341
2599707
41551
13362
165536
37350
26356

5225203



29770
948
222

30940


1681481
231136
5454
18819
1936890



3684327
10300068
14350
46952
260294
28127
104382

14438500



38516
2475
300

41310


CENSUS 12$
NON.
BEARING BEARING
(Trees) (Trees)


951309
251616
315694
14568

1533787



6046261,
1762027
184878
54185
359126
57109
135931

65997517



*
*
*
*

*


2969910
304262
159576
38988

3472736r



7305722
13870018
69336
77246
262689
11406

21733873






*- -
*
*

*


CENSUS
NON.
:BEARING BEARING
(Trees) (Trees)


938874
494496
2198614
495254
4127238



3421837
2539312
764006
358914
161377
111981
S226848

7584275



,47942



rn-4-


3595155
619561
714735
177068

5106519



9002362
14239607
366421
96564
432632
69703
154946

24362235



919975



9


CENSUS 195
NQNL
NON- :
BEARING BEARING
(Treeg) (Trees)


493438
431277
1856735
297478

3078928



2076538
2634579
586976
238051
62300
21290
185970

5805eo70o4



*
*
*


4929128
980880
3438420
731032

10079460



13355512
17342937
1165520
389120
277572
236639
147872

33115172



*,
*


*


LEMONS
California


LIMES
Florida


781535 2884770




80870 115624


284000 3196469 309185 776114 *


1/


if


15430 42294 *
:: i : :'

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

i/ Not available.
* Information not available at time of Summary release.


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INDEX Of1 TIONAL NONAGRICULTURAL INCOME
1919.20 to 1941.42
(SEASONALLY CORRECTED, 1924-1929:100)


W-S--i --'-t r -i:-- .-...- ,.-. / ,--.-
Season
(Sept ,- Aug.) Index


PERCENT
1919-20 2............ .. .. .... 8152
1920-21l ...... 75*5
1921.22......... .......... 7209
1922-23 ........................ 84*4
1923-24............. ........... 90.2
1924-25......................... 93.1
1925-26....................;. 99.6
192627......................... 101.8
1927-28. o........... .i.. ...... 102.6
1928-...29 ............ 0..... 10643
1929-30 ........................ 1044
1931-32........... ...... 73.5
1932-337. ....................... 62.3

1933-34......................... 69.7
1934-35***.-******** *********** 74*8
1l35 36.................,....... 84.8
1936-37*..*...*.......**........ 94*6
193773 ******************** **-* 89*7
193839).... ........ ...... 90.6
1939-40 ..................... .. 95.7
1940-41......................... 110.0/1
1941-42.., ........... ..... 125*0/?






,SOURCE OF DATI. Bureat of Agricultural
Economics.
/1 Last 2 months estimated by Growers
Administrative Committee.

/2 Estimated by Growers Administrative
S Commite*.


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ESTIMATED CITRUS BEARI:IG ACREAGE BY STATES
Five years old and over as of, July 1939
From Citrus Outlook -Bureau of Agricultural Economics


0R A N ES


Florida
Percentage

California
Percentage

Arizona
Percentage
Texas
Percentage

TOTAL


EARLY
VARIETIES

116,215
50.3

96,778
41.9

4,122
1.8

13,954
6.0

231,06-


LATE
VARIETY IES

93,355
38.1

139,000
56.8
2,832
1,2

9,561,
32 9

244,748


TOTAL

209,570
44.0

235,778
49.6

6,954
1.5

23,515
4.9


GRAPE PR '0 T


Florida
Percentage

California
Percentage

Arizona
Percentage

Texas
Percentage

TOTAL


Florida
Percentage

California,
.Percentage

Arizona
Percentage,

Texas
Percentage

ssssss


54,169
83.7

1,501
2.4

152
0.2

8,864
139?7

64,686
, 490% >


TANGERINES


24,354
91.8
1,486
S5.6

59
0.2

637
2.4

26,536
100,0

(20)


30,646
23.8

16,692
13,0

13,631
10,6

67,712
52.6

128,681
100.0=


84,815
43.9

18,193
.794
13,783


76,576
39.6

193,367
, 100.0


TOTAL ORGS
GRFRUITe &
TANGERINES


318,739
45.8

255,457
36.7
20,796
3.0
100,728
14.5

695,720
100.0


i
1;

i:
ii
ri

i



i:









S BOAT DESTINATIONS, FLORIDA CITRUS, 1940.41 SEASON
(Car-lots on basis 400 boxes per oar)

Oct. 12, 1940 to June 28, 1941 Inolusive

*MIXED
CITIES ORANGES ORiRUIT TANGS CITRUS'
Cars Cars Cars Car
SAlbany, No Y.............. 1
Allentown, Pa.. .......... -
Altoona, Pa...,i......o. 6. 4
Atlantio, N. J .....*...... 1a 9' 3 -
Baltimore, Md,.... ...... 1 251 10. 11 1
Bethlehem, Pa............ 13
'Boston, Mass...,.. ...... 1,53593 :
''Bridgeport, Conn.... ...., 20 14 -
S' Buffalo, N. Y.......... .. 17 *i .
Burlington, Vto......... ., 4
Camden, N. J............. 2t
SChester, Pa...... *..... .. .
Dover, Del....... ....... -
East Hartford, Conn..... 7 -
Eastoii, Pa.,.... ....... 10 -
Elmira, N, Y...... Y.... -. ..
Erie, Padiro.,d.......... .' -
Frederick, *Md..6.*41do*w*o
Hanover, Pa............ 2 i
Hartford, Conn .......... 26 5 1
Harrisburg, Pa............ -1 6 .
Hazelton, Pa...... ...... 4 -
Lancaster, Pa........... 11'2 .
Media, Pa..t1...,..... .... j 2
Montreal, 4u2............ 33 42
New Haven, Oonn..;.... 244 19
New Orleans, La ........ 385 57 7 1
New York, N. Y............ 6,755 a730 829 7
North Abington, Mass... ... 4 *. ,
Norwtohb, onn13......... '1 3
Olneyvillq R. I......... 10 5 -
Philadelphia, ,Pa..*.. *... 1,126 475 111 1
Portland, Me.............. 27 6 a ,
Providence, Re I......... 23 28 1
SReading, Pa.............. 22 3 r
Rensselaer, N. Y......... 7 8 7 s
Rochester, N. Y...... 3 *
'' Soranton, Pa............. 58 2 20 '' :
Silver Springs, Md*.... 6 2 -
Somerville, MasBs......... 45 '20
1 Springfield, lass........ 18 12 -
/ Trenton, N, J........... 23 11 ,
S'Troy N. Y... ............ 18 8
|1 Upper Darby, Pa. .......... 26 11 -
"Washington, D. C.... .... 3 18 ,
S Waterbury, Conn,....,..... 6
:West Chester, Pa..... ...... ,
i ilkes Barre, Pa... ... 1
Wilmington, D#el......... l
York, Pa......... ..... '14
OTHERS...... .... ..... 51- -

TOTALS........... ... 11.o64 .4810


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1940-41 RECORD OF FLORIDA CITRUS SHIPMENTS
AUCTION SALES AND AVERAGES


FLORIDA AUCTION SALES
ALL VARIETIES ALL SECTIONS


WEEK
ENDING,

S; ot. 5
12
S.19
26
ov 2

23
S 30
Dec. 7
S 14
i, 21
28
SJan 4
11
18
25
Seb. 1
8

* 8
15
S 22
Mar. 1


22
S 29
Apr. 5
12
19
26
S l ay_ -3
10
S 24
`31
June, 7
14
21
28
.July 5
12
19
26
i'. Aug. 2


S -ASOF


SEASON
=s


ORANGES
CARS AVGo


.0

31
201
253
386
465
533
542
488
669
338
327
6o6
633
561
505
612
571
579'
566
482
613
"557
558
621
604
508
S517
579
614
S651
596
473
585
544
466
275
266
264,
159"
107,
66


$ ..

2.56
2.21
2.30
2.18
2.19
2,04
1,89
2.03
2.06
2.09
2*31
2*22
2.12
2.21
2 .227
2.31
2.28
2.24
2.28
2'60
2.43
2.54
2.55
2.49
2.44
2.24
2.30
2.54


2.35
2.57
, 2.59
2.54
2.43
2,82
2.55
2*59:
2.49
2.90
3.62


G. RAPEFRUIT
CARS A ,


27
241
244
183
148
198
531
146
150
217
216
150
137
250
245
250
226
220
177'
220
274
286
257
275
297
S282
308
352
339
295
354
320
352
281
219
163
123
83
"37
26
11
8
5


$ -
3*53,
2008
1.72
1.67

S1.88
1.77
1.79
1.96
1.83


1.83

1.78
i 1.9
S172
.1*74;


1.72
1.74


1*74
, 1.78
1.79
: 1,973
1.97
1.74
1.74
1.97
2.05
2.07
2.03
2.07
2.36
2.76
2.75
,. 181

1.62
1.76
1.57


18,971 $2.35 8,823 $1.91


16,85 $2.35 7,583
t ; '-' "


TANGERINES
OARS AVG.


19
82
134
169
210
199
172
206
314
142
157
151
177
151
162
204
43
31
36
28
19
7
4







4w


, ) .


i .



1.98
S2.13
2*03
1.61
1;38
1.27
1.32
1.42
1.12
,:- .7
.86
1.08

1.13
1.01
1.14.
1.40
1.61
1.60
1.20
1.05
1.15
.83







*
<*' ^
: "


2,717 $1.19


* 2.13


$1.37


FLORIDA SHIPiMNTS
RAIL, BOAT, AND TRUCK


OROGSr .ORFT*

2 43'
9 362
93 6o01
530 452
.742 355
1,227 472
1,654 549
1,754 509
1,741 537
1,797 724
2,758. 825
2,980 712
767 298
1,,598 688
1,795 945'
2,205 888
2,115 902
.2,191 830
1,816 -797
1,839 736
1,644 794
1,487 864
2,064 903
1,745 a818
1,813 969
1,848 828
1,772; 840
1,597 8 95
* 1,277 767
1,421 689
1,604 846
1,749 788
1,644 766
1,254 625
1,392 442'
1,403 313
1,017 177
589 108
S503 79
310 31
'168 17
88 17
'54 10
5.: _


TANGS.

'4



13
95
266
385
491
577:
547
268
688
314
262
300
370
280
306
232
110
69
72
47
26
16
7
1





t

*


TOTALS

45
371
694
982
1,097
1,712
2,298
2,529
2,663
3,012
4,160
4,239
1,333.
2,974
3,054
3,355-
3,317
3,391
2,893
2,881
2,670
2,461
3,036
2,635"
2,829
2,702
2,628
2,499
2,044
2,110
2,450.
2,537
2,410
1,879
1,834
1,716
1,194
697
582
341
185
105
64
5


58.060 24,811 5,742 88,613


50,417 16,144 5282 71,84
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UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF ORANGES & GRAPEFRUIT
(FREsH FraUT)


CALENDAR UNITED
YEAR KINGDOM
1,000
SBoxes

1928 149

1929 1,303

1930 68

1931 1,121
1932 407

1933 868
1934 756

1935 1,)661

,1936 768

1937 31
1938 2,718

1939 854
1940 30


, SEASON
S JULY.JUNE




1938-39
1939.40
*1940-41


61

1,738
1,841

41

0


O R. A

CANADA
1,000


2,323

3,628
2,001

3,073
2,341
2,004

1,982

2,350

2,513

2,177

3,407

3,592

3,551





2,432

2,712

3,552

3,330

2,707


i NOTE: That the above Exports are for all actrus producing states
Exports for the State of Florida alone are not available.

SSOURCE: Bureau of Foreign,& Domestio Commeree.

S-Exports April Thru June uhavailable.


G R'A P EF R U I T


N G E S
OTHER
FOREIGN
1,000.
Boxesr

206

501
167

655
381

527

580

1,451

960
269

1,944

1,851

433





591
1,482
2,188

483

289


TOTAL
EXPORTS
1,000


2,678'

5,512

2,236

4,849

3,129

3,39.9

3,318

5,462
4,241

2,477

8,069

6,297

4,014





3,084

5,932

7,581

3,854

2,996


UNITED
KINGDOM
1,000
Boxes

385

570
521
846

562

554

495
441

343,
20

298

163







53
129

320

27
0-


in the tJ. S. combined.


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ii


'i


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,1
''
';
i ,


;!
i
(i
ii
i


CANADA
1,000
Boxes

260

355

311
419
418

362

384
445

534
604

736
845

723





596

655'

831

731
548


OTHER,
FOREIGN
1,000
Boxes

34

51

57

76
42

52
80(

105
oo0

46

109

171

39





53

89

155

73:

31,


TOTAL
EXPORTS
1,000
Boxes

679

976

889
1,341
1,022

968

959

991
977
670

1,143

1,179
770





702

873

1,306

831
579






RECORD OF FLORIDA CITRUS AUCTION PALS CARS SO0D & PER BOX AVERAGE


' ORANGES GRPRUIT -. TANGS.


gAjLOTS
1940-41
1939-40
1938039
1937.38
1936.37
1935.36
1940-41
1939-40
1938-39
1937.38
1936-37
1935-36
1940.41
1939.40
1938.39
1937-38
1936-37
1930 .6

1940.41
1939.40
1938-39
1937-38
1936..37
1935.36


New York
ditto
ditto
ditto
ditto
*ditto

All Other Seaboard
ditto"
ditto
ditto
ditto
ditto

All Seatboard
ditto
ditto
ditto
ditto
ditto

All Auctions
'ditto
ditto
ditto
ditto
ditto


10,089
8,758
12,440
10,228
9,112
7,503
4,966
4,371
6,577
5,527
5,103
4,425

&1,055
13,129
19,017
15,755
14,215
11,928

18,971
16,836
25,224
20,686
17,932
14,780


5,035
4,765
6,389
4,881
5,376
3,928
2,230
1,871
2,636
2,185
2,757
2,061

7,265
6,636
9,025
7,066
8,133,
5,989

8,823
7,583
10,926
8,555
10,197
7,765


1,425
1,192
1,851
1,311
1,557
1,124

576
420
756
554
801
548

2,001
1,612
2,607
1,865
2,358
1,672

2,717
2 ,143
3,663
2,513
3,424
2,398


NE1C YORK ALL OTHER ALL SEA.BOARD' ALL OTHER ALL ,AUCTIONS
ALL' VARIETIES AUCTIONS AUCTIONS AUCTIONS ALL VARIETIES


54.2~
55.4
51.9
51.7
50.9
50.3


13,962
11,847
19,133
15,334
15,508
12,388


45.8%
44.6
48.1
48.3
49.1
49.7


24,321
21,377
30,649
24,686
24,706
19,589


79.7*
80.5
77.0
77.7
7803
78.5


6,190
5,185
9,164
7,068
6,847
50354


20.3%
19*5
23.0
22.3-
21,7
2145


30,511
26,562
39,813
31,754
31,553
24,943


New York
All Seaboard
All Auctions
Other ThanSeaboard

N ew York
All Seaboard
All Auctions
Other Then Seaboard
New York
All Seaboard
All Auotions
Other Than Seaboard

New York
All Seaboard
All Auotions
Other Than Seaboard

New York
All Seaboard
All Auctions
Other Than Seaboard

New York
All Seaboard
All Auctions
Other Than Seaboard
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ORGS.

$2.31
2.31
2,35
2*34

$2 43
2.39
2.35
2.23
$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


(FULL.
BOX)
GRFT. TANG.
-1 -
$196, $2.46
1.80 2.32
1.91 2.38
1.85 2.32


$2.21
2.14
2.13
2,07

$1.75
1.71
1.72
1;77
$2.20
2,16
2.16
2.16

$2.24,
2.20
2.23
2.36

$2.67
2,58
2.57
2.51


$2.74
2.73
2.74
2.76

$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


TOTAL
16,549
14,715
20,680
16,420
16,045
12,555
7,772
6,662
9,969
8,266
8,661
7,034
24,321
21,377
30,649
24,686
24,706
19,589

30,511
26,562
39,813
31,754
31,553
248943


;, GCARLOTS

1940o.4
S 1939.40
1938*39
1937,38
1 1936-37
1935-36


16,549
14,715
20,680
16,420
16,045
12,555


AUCTION
AVERAGES
1940-41



1939.40



1938-39



1937-38



193647



1935-36










FLO R IDA 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)

SOURCE: See Foot Note


OTHER
OPERATING
LABOR SALARIES COSTS


TOTAL
PACKING &
FIXED COLORING
COSTS COSTS,


S.I 25,000 & Under
25,001-100,000'
S 100,001i-250,000
S 250,001-500,000
500,001 & Over
*Average All Groups



25,000 & Under
S 25,001-100,000
100,0001250,000
250,001-500,000
500,001 & Over
*. Average All Groups



S 25,poo & Under
25,901-100,000
100,001-250,000
250,001-500,000
S 500,001 & Over

*Average All Groups



25,000 & Under
25,001100,0oo0
1001001.250,000
250,001-500,000
500,001 & Over
*Average All Groups


.* Cents Per Box -
STANDARD BOXA WRAPPED
27.19 14.68 4.60 5*98 5.67 58*12,
29.37 16,92 4.93 7.69 4.33 63.24
2873 15*00 3.14 7.58 3*65 58.10
29*24 14.26 2.81 8.60 3.37 58.28
28457 13e51 152 e 6.85 2.25 52.70
28.89 14.75 3.00 7.63 340 57.67

$RUCE BOX

19,71 12.69 4.60 5098 5.67 48,65
19*03 13.15 4.93 7.69 4*33 49.13
19,29 11.79 3.14, '758 3.65 45.45
18.59 11.43 2.81 8.60 37 44*80
19.05 9.53 1*52 6.85 2.25 32.20
19.02 11.39 3*00 7.63 3.40 44.44

;/2 BOX BAO
14.15 9.70 4.60 5.98 5.67 40.10
15.03 10009 4.93 7.69 4.33 42.07
13.50 9.18 3.14 7*58 3.65 37.05
14.51, 942 2.81 8.60 3.37 38.71
15.72 7.01 1.52 6.85 2.25 3335

14,60 8.87 3.00 7.63 3.40 37.50

BULK
6.86 4.60 5.98 5.67 ,23.11
7.64 4.93 7*69 4.33 24.59
6.35 3.14 7.58 3.65 20.72
r 582 2.81 8.60 3.37 20.60
4.23 1.52 6.85 2.25 14.85


5 92


3.00


7.63


3.40


19.95


*.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 Agriculture Division ofMarketing & Marketing
Agreements.


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VOLUME OF
HOUSE
BOXES


-MATERIALS










FL O RID A GRAPE FR VIT \
Cost of Paoking, and Coloring for
Principal Constanerw, by Volume of House
1~38.39 Season
(All Containers Converted to 1.3/5s Bushel Box Equivalent)
SOPRO t Se PFoot Noti


VOLUME OF
HOUSE
BOXES




25,000 & Under
S 25,001-100,000
i .100,001-230,000
S 250,001-500,000
S 500,001 & Over

*Average All Gioups



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

S *Average All Groups



25,000 & Under
S 25,001-100,000
100,001-250,000
250,001-500,000
5 500,001 & Over

*Average All Groups



25,000 & Under
25,001.100,000
100,001-250,000
250,001-500,000
S 500,001 & Over

'Average All Groups


OTHER
OPERATING
MATERIALS LABOR SALARIES COSTS


TOTAL
: PACKING &
FIXED COLORING
SCOSTAS COSTS


Cents Per Bozx *.

STANDARD glO, WRAPPED
26.52 11,36 5.88 7.37 13.34 64.47
27.29 11.34 5.96 4.06 3.81 51.86
26.86 11.48 2.52 4.78 2.61 48.25
26,72 8.94 2.25 4.96 1.55 44.42
26.12 8,97 1.53 3,80 1.63 42.05

26.70 10.16 2.79 4.53 2.62 46.80

BRUCE BOX
19.50 11.27 588 7.37 13.34 57.36
18.89 9.61 5*36 4.06 3.81 41.73
19.57 9.58 2.52 4.78 2,61 39.06
18.81 8.01 2.25 4.96 1.55 35.58
18.51, 7.40 1.53 3,80 1.63 32.87-

18.99 8.68 2.79 4.53 -2.62 37.61

1/2 BOX BAG
14.83 8.72 5.88 7.37 13.34 50.14
15.29 7.10 5.36 4.06 3.81 35.62
13.54 8.17 2.52 4.78 2.61 31.62,
13.58 6.43 2.25 4.96 1.55 28.77
16.10 6.16 153 3.80 1.63 29.22

1453 7.05 2.79 4.53 2.62 31.52

B U 4,
S 5.6o 5.88 7.37 1334 32.19
4,86 5.36 4.06 3.81 18.09
5.26 2.52 4.78 2.61 15*17,
S 3.71 2.25 4.96 1.55 12.47
3.28 1.5 3*80 1.63 10.24


- 4.30


2.79


4.53


2.62


14.24


*-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 138.39 SEASON," issued by
U. S. Department of Agriculture Division of Marketing & Marketing
: A .Agreemoent. '


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F, L O R I DA- T A N G E R I NE 1
Cost of Paoking, and Coloring for
Principal Containers, by Volume of Hou0oe
1930-39 Seasoh
(All Containers Converted to 1.3/58 Bushel Box Equivalent)
SOURCEt See Foot Note


MATERIALS LABOR 'SALARIES


OTHER
OPERATING
COSTS


TOTAL
PACKING &
FIXED COLORING
COSTS COSTS


25,000 & Under
25,0014..00'000
100,001*250,000
250,001-500,000
500,001 & Over

*Average All Groups



25, 000 &' Under *
S25,001-190,000
100,001-250,000
;250,001.500,000
S 500,001,& Over

*Average All: Groups



25,000 & Under *4
25,001.100,000
100,001.250,000
250,001.500,000
500,001 & over

*Average All Groups



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


.* Cents Par Box -

/a Box
36.15 19.19 8.63 9.43 11.08 84.48
36.36 22.40 7.06 8.95 7.78 82.55
37.16 20.37 5*01 7.03 6.34 75.91
39*19 21.78 4.79 7*80 7.13 80.69
37.85 19.39 2.31 '5.51 4.59 69.65

37.69 20.80 4.73 7.26 6.49 76.97

1/2 STRAP
*
47.89 24.78 7.06 8.95 7.78 96.42
46.23 23*99 5* 01 7 03 6.34 88.60
48 85 22.90 4.79 7.80 / 7.13 9e147
47.16 18.96 2*31 5051 4.59 78.53

47.45 22.48 4.73 7. 26 6.49 88.41'

4/5 BRUCE BOX

29.08 20.37 7.06 8.95 7.78 73.24
34.45 22,01 5.01 7,03 6.34 74.84
26.40 20,85 4.79 7.80 7.13 66,97
27.64 19.34 2.31 5051 4.59 59*39

29.73 20.63 4,7 7.26 6.49 68.84

B U K L K
S- a U. S*
10.20 7.06 8.95 7*78 33.99
9.86 501'. 7*03 634 28.24
10,02 4.79 7.80 723 29.74
8.50 2.31 5.51' 4i59 20.91


9.55


4.73


7.26


6.49


28.03


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


by percentage distribution


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

SOURCE OF DATAt "COST OF HAJIDLING FLORIDA CITRUS FOR THE'1938-39 SEASON," issued by
U. S. Department of Agrioulture Division of Marketing & Marketing
Agreements.


VOLUME OF
HOUSE.
BOXES












!. UNITED STATES PER CAPITAL PRODUCTION OP MAJOR FRUIT CROPS
S5 Year Averages 1919 1938
i; ,SOURCEt From Fruit Outlook for 1940

C R 0 P 1919-.23 1924.28 1929*33 1934-'3
P; lou*d4 Pounds Pounds Pounds

CITRUst
S. Oranges......... 212 25,0 29,2 39.1
GrapeOrutt........ 5.4 6.8 9.3 17.3
emons........... *- 43 ~4 44 54

o TOTAL CITRS...... 0 .1 61.8

APPL............. 71.5 64 61.1 56.9
RAPS......s. ..o.. a**31.7 39.5 33.3 36.7
PEACHES............. 20.5 22.4 20.5 19.5
SPLUMS a PRUNES...... 8.3 10.6 11.4 11.0
i PEARS.. .............. 7.4 8.9 9.6 10.9
APRICOTS....,..... 2.7 29 3.9 3.3
; STRAWBERRIES ....... 2s8 3.5 3.4 '0o
CHERRIS. r*......s.. # 0.8 1.4 2.0 2.1
CRANBERRIES........ 05 0.5 0.5 0.4
SOLI VES.. ..0.3*. 062 ,. 03 04

SToTAL i3 FRUITS,..... 176.4, 194.5 206.8


BANANAS ; IMPORTS... 18.6 237 21.0 22.7
... .( -)




















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FLORIDA CITRUS CONTAINER REPORT INCLUDINGS BRELIE' PURCHASES)
Thru June 30, 1941 Season 1940.41.

(All Figures represent Equivalent Standard Boxes (l3/5's Bushels)

SOURCEt FPlorida Citrus Inspeotton Bureau


TYPE
CONTAINER

1.3/5sa Bushel ,Nailed ox ,

1.3/5's Bu, Nailed Box without partition,
1 .Bushel Nailed Box
4/5's Bushel Nailed Box

Strap Nailed Box

2/5's Bushel Nailed Box

Satsuem Nailed Box

1.3/5*.s Bushel Wirebound Boxes
1-Bushel Wirebound Box
4/5's Bushel Wirebound Box

2/5', Bushel W$rebound Box

4/5's Bushel Burlap Bag
4/5's Bushei Mesh Bag

20-Lb SBurlap Bag

20.Lb, Mesh Bag

12-Lb. Mesh Bag

10-Lb. Mesh Bag

8-Lb. Mesh Bag

,5Lb Mesh Bag

1-Bushel Basket

* Bushel Basket

4/5's Bushel Cardboard Box

Consumers Cardboard Carton


TOTAL',
-to, ,. ..(


NO.BOXES

9,53,5l0o

7,260
.128

1,927,1o09
229,730
.101

,3i,765
*0,282,519
200

2854927
1, 13

3,077

1,232,387;
295

156,275

5,815

4,392
264,566

25,798
58,516

S 135
2,850

1,130


34p055 228
,.a-p1^ F


PERCENT

28.0

0.0
0.0

5.7
0.7
0.0

Ool
059
59.5
0.0,

0*8

0,0
0.0


0.0

o"'


0.0
0.0
0.8




0.0
001
owo

0.0'



100,0







S.. N E 'W Y 0 R K, C I T Y
I TOTAL UNLOADS OF FLORIDA CITRUS
INDICATING NO. CARS NOVED BY RAIL, & BOAT

SEASONS CARRIER ORtS. GRFT. TAN TOTALS
RAIL..... 4,712 3,207 603 8,522
*-19,2..30 BOAT..... 13, 1046 191
STOTAL.... 4,848 3,253 .612 8,713
SRAIL.t... 7,695 '4,779 1,278 13,752
S193o031 BOAT*..... 249 490 .__23 1272
io TOTAL.... 8,444 5,269 1,311 15,024
RAIL..... 5,264 2,842 1,102 0 9,208
!; *-1931-32 BOAT..** 1.253 1,038 34s 8 3129
TOTAL.... 6,517 4,680 1,190 12,387
;\ .RAIL...; ,4,976 2,631 982 8,489
*-1932-33 BOAT..... 5 3 2995 480 8.498
STOTAL,... 9,899 5,626 1,462 16,987
RAIL...,. 969 885 391 2,245
*-1933-34 BOAT..... ,5,10 8 1 3.421
STOTAL.... 9,479 4,898 1,289 15,666
RAIL..... 1,557 412 338 2,307
*.1934..35 BOAT,* ..... 423 5.20 90 15,13
i TOT.... 9,9eo 6,132 1i328 17,440
RAIL..,.. 1*395 562 21) 2,170
l ,1935.36 BOAT*.... 7.6 4.62 .267 3192
TOTAL... 9,358 4,724 1,o180 15,262
RAIL*,*.. 2,002 1,089 241 3,332
S193637 BOAT....**. 8.723 5.448 118 15.539
TOTAL.... 1,775 6,537 1,559 18,871
RAIL..... 3,658 2,027 363 6,038
S1937-38 BOAT..... 9.57J6 841 .1 6 14,4
TOTAL ... 13,234 5,868 1,369 20,471
SRA:,L..... 4.305 2,457- 591 7,353
1938.39 BOAT..... 10519 ~5.174 1.288 16 1
STOTAL. ., 14,823 7,631 1,879 24,334,
RAIL.... 4,298 2,414 619 7,331
1939-40 BOAT..... 5 2 2.67 555 9.294
TOTAL...,. 10,270 5,181 1,174 16,625
RAIL*.... 4,425 2,218 648 7,291
1940-41 BOAT',... 6,758 3233 830 11321
STOTAL.... 11,183 5,951 1,478 18,612


p mBoat shipments estimated. Based on certain percentage of
, otal Eoat movement.


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DISPOSITION OF FLORIDA CITRUS
SEASON 1940.41
(In Boxes)


DISPOSITION

Interstate
Shipments
j Express
Shipments
i !'
SRelief, Fresh

Rcliief, Canned

In trastate
S: shipments

Exports

Inrtberstate
li y.Productia

S' ('Commerolal)

interstate
Ion-Oomnercial


EARLY AND
MID.SEAS ON
ORANGES


VALENCIA
TYPE
ORANGES


TOTAL
ALL
ORANGES


DUNCAN AND MARSH -AND TOTAL
SEEDED SEEDLESS ALL
GRAPEFRUIT GRAPEFRUIT GRAPEFRUIT.


TANGERINES


12,916,882 9,385,666 22,302,548 3,410,424 5,079,719 8,490,143 2,227,439


153,460 91,540


S 112,008

391,410 204,820
>.


33,478

1,828,818


26,347

2,008,099


971,520


16,300,000 12,800,000-


245,000


112,008


596,230



59,825

3,836,917


74,700

835,999
1,033,512


74,700
134,766

254,429


159,009 103,177
840

10,211 ,


10,300,537


2,287,107


1,947,472 275,608 265,262


29,100,000 16,100,000 8,200,000


, 149,400

970,765
1,287,941

262,186

840


73,200





56,056
,-


10,211


12,587,644


540,870


443,305


24,300,000 2,800,000


(Bo:es 1s.3/5 Bushel)

i;gLE:ASED BY GROWERS ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE*

21)UirCE nt Inter, Intrastate and Export shipments Citrus Inspection Bureau.

i Express Federal State Market News Service.

Interstate By-Produots, Relief and Cannery Florida Citrus Commission.


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FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT
TOTAL PRODUCTION FRESH FRUIT
NO. CASED PCAKED BY CANNERS & NO *FIELD BOXES USED


TOTAL
PROD.
AUCTION
(1,000
iao.cs)

6,149
6,644
7,766
8,936
9,177
7,660
e,693
8,158
11,314
8,274
16,109
10,786
11,800
10,700
15,200
11,500
leiloo
18,100
14,600
23,600
24,600'


SEASON




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
19324p
1940.41


SEGMENTS
CANNEp
(1,000
Cases) *

2
10
150
200
350,
400,
700
6oo
957
1,317
2,712
907
2,183
2,185
3,508
2,252
4,058
3,419
4,106
4j 194
4,139
3.139


JUCE
CANNED
(1,000


0
0
0
0
0
0
0
205,
174
248
"726
610
2,237
1,758
3,919
3,370
6,190-
4,683
4,812


*.JMISC.
'(1,000


0
0
0
0
0
S0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0


,75
180
316
415
744
1,050


SAME FOI\ UNITED STATES
(FLORIDA- TEXAS CALIFORNIA ARIZONA COMBINED)


6,576:
7,047
8,255
9,459
9,970
8,610
9,846
9,;57
13,250
l1,169
18,934
15,147
15,149
14,35
21,367
18,329
S30,440
31,093
43,714
35*175
1 .1 .


*2
10
150
200
350
400
700
6oo
,957
1,317
2,712
90o7
2,183
2,192
3,599
2,275
41,89
3,523
4,212
4,191


0
S0
0
0
0
0
0
205
192
462
3411
177
708
2,668
2,422
6,432
8, 31;
11,625
10,933


0
0
0
0
o'
0
i
0
0
0
0
o
0
0

75
180
316
415
744


2
r 10
150
150o
200
350
400
700oo
.600
1,162
1,509
3,174
1,248
2,960
2,900
6,267
4,772
10,801
12,670
16,252
15,868


**JUhavailable 'at timo'of release
* kCas Equivalent of grapefruit i sed ,in otrus sala4 and combination juice.

NOTE0 Canned grapefruit expressed in equivalent of oases of 24 oans" No. 2 size.
Grapefruit canned for relief purposes not included in above cannery figures

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


TOTAL
CANNED
(1,000
,Coses)

2
10
'150
S200
350
400
70oo
60oo
1,162
1,491
3,124
1,155
2,909
2,795
5,825
4,085
8,157
7,105
10,711
9,561
13,001


EST. NO,
FIELD
BOXES
(1,00ooo
Boxes)

2
9
136
181
317
362
633
543
1,049
1,640
2,893
2,52
2,369
5#545
3,646
6,723
6,050
8,472
8,757
13,274


1920.21
1921.22
1922123,
1923-24
1924-25
1925.26
1922627
1927.28
1928-29
1929-30
1930.31
1931-32
S 1932.33
1933-34
1934-35

1936-37
1937.38
1938.39
1939-40
'**.1940-.41


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
15,400












F L 0 R I D A. O R A N G'E S
TOTAL PRODUCTION FRESH FRUIT
NO. CASED PACKED BY CANNERS & NO. FIELD BOXES USED


TOTAL
PROD- JUCE SEGMENTS .*MISC*
ACTION CANNED ,CANNED CANNED

(1,000 (1,00o0 (,000 (1,000
Boxes) Cases) Cpses) Casoe)


SEASON



1929-30
1930-31
1931-32
1932-33
1933-34
1934-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41



1929-D30
1930-31
1931-32
1932-33
1933-34
1934-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
*.*-1940-41


37.6
61.1
36.4
64.3
57.7
241.0
162.5
498.2
80642
.926.3
2,851.4
2,350,2


0
o
0

0
0
0
0

33.4
13,*6
2.0
0.0


0
0
0
0

0
75.1
179.7
315.8
414.9
743.7
1,049.8


SAME UNITED STATES ORANGES


37.6
99,0
36.4
104.0
343.0
10580
1,177.0
1,557.o
1,040.0
1,263.0
3,595.0


0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
33.4
13.6
2.0


0
0
0
0
0

75.1
179.7
315.8
414.9
743.7
743,y


**-Unavailable at time of release.
* Case equivalent of Oranges used in citrus salad and combination juioe*


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

NOTE: -Canned Oranges expressed in equivalent of'cases of 24 oans No. 2 si;e.
(Does not include Relief.)

SORCE: U.. S A. reports and releases of the Bureau of Foreign & Domestic
Commerce, and bulletins of the Growers Administrative Committee.


9,856
17,341
12,754
14,681
16,100
'15,600
15,900
19,500.
24,400
29,900
25,600
28,300



31,737
53,200
48,319
49,408
45,374
61,988
49,973
51,938
72,485
75,131
73,246


TOTAL'
CANNED

(1,000
.Csaes)

37.6
61,1
36.4
64.3
57.7
241.0
237.6
.677.9
1,155.4
1,354.8
3,597.1
3,400,0.



37.6
99.0
36.4
:104.0
.343.0
1,058.0
1,252.1
1,736.7
14389.2
1,691.5
4,340.7


NO.PIELD
BXS.USED
(1,ooo
Boxes)

.37.5
61.4
33.7
60.7
55.8'
265.3
212.7
550.3
1,108,9
"1183.9
3,*952.1
3948.9


UNAVAIL-
ABLE
At




It
II
I *













I



SEASONS


1919-20
1920-21
192122.
1922-23
S192324
1924-25

1925-26
1926*27
1927-28
1928-29

S1929-30

1930.31
1931.32
1.932-33

; 1933-34,
:1934-35
i 935-36
S1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40 y


UNITED STATES ORANGES ALL VAREIEJTES PRODUCTION AND DISPOSITION
1919 .2 to 1939-40


SHIPPED PRESH
COMMERCIAL OUT.OF-STATE
RAIL BsoA TRUC TOTALS RELIEF_
S- Thousand Boxe -

21,324 101 21,425 0
29,412 210 29,622 0

19,393 234 19,627 0
28,704 370 29,074 0

33,201 717 33,e18 0
25,273 653 25,926 0

30,253 617 93 31,163 0o

33,163 1,3863 305 34,851 0o
27,098 868 601 28,567 0

45,139 2,777 1,114 49,030 0
26,634 .861 .161 27,656 0

,A3889 2,161 2,139 48,189 0
38,543 1,534 2,033 42,110 0
37,239 3,921 2,242 43,402 0
30,551 6,912 2,871 40,334 o
36,647 9,971 4,491 51,109 0
30,929 7,824 3,768 42,521 198

30,552 60974 3,730 41,256 0
41-,202 10,586 4,471 56,259 2,761
40,140 11,132" 86425 59,697 1 559
l 44,006 4,700 7,534 56,240 2,406


* -Data unavailable.
I/ P preliminary*


Quantities believed to*be negligible.


SOURCEM U. S. D. A. Surplus Marketing Administration.


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PROC.


189l

347
310
90
500

565
137
643
188
2,516

.647

2,035
2,532-
2,688

897
3,955
1,941
6,561

5,815
6,058

7,172


OTHER
DISPO-
SIT ION


3,195
3,416
2,731
3,405
3,882

3,469
3,455
4,141

3,981
4,672

3,526
4,836
5,260

5,525

5,943
8,924
7,413
6,721
9,450
11,217
9,828


TOTAL
PRO.
DUCTION


24,809

33,385-
22,668
32,569

38,300
29,960

34,755
39,635
32,736
56,218

31,829
55,060
49,902

51,615
47,174
63,988
52,073
54,538
742285
78,531
75,646







N.c


UNITED STATES GRAPEFRUITz PRODUCTION AND DISPOSITION

1919-20 'To 1939o.40 .


S H P P E D F R E'S H'
C o0 E R C I A L /


'SEASONS


: 191-20

1920-21-

1921-22

1922-23.

S 192'3-24


"-: 1;-5-26
1?25-27

1927-28
1928-29

1923-30

1
L. 133132

S .932.33

.33-34
:'34 35

r35-36.

3* 36-37.
1 ;37-38B
1138..39

1 119.40 /1 *


RA.IL BOAT


5,627


6, 282

7,481
7,708

8,041

6,756

7,505

6,653

10,1299

1,03'9

12, .1

9,978

7,091
6,483

6,865

7,157
11,246

11,671

12,171

9,978


4


18


50
124

70,

139
S20r
294

264

412;

1,67

1,8L4
2,50.2

3,952

2,915

3,162
2,541

3,653

1,777


P R'O C E S SED


COWlI.


TRUCK TOTALS, RELIEF ERCIAL REH

'... Thousand Boxes r


132

,146

S94

'.143

75
116

304'

454

-465
912

553
1,946

2,289

2,473

1,987

3,009
2,7 9

2,930

3,272

5,532

5,387


5,763


5,606

6,'394
7,634

7,833
8,281

7,130
8,09L .

.7,323

11,395,
8,858 '

14,773

13,040 0

11,388

11,052

13,826

12,801

17,338
17,484

.21,356
17,142


'0


0

0

0

0-




0











32
, 124







401
2,054
380
401

2,054

38.


r9'

136,
i11 r .

317

362"


543
r4' M54''




2,949
1,036'

2,587
2,525

6,248

4,498

9,132
10,250

13,702

16,293


LIEF TOTALS


.Trata unavailable. Quantities believed to be negligible.

/ O' 0it of the State of Florida, out of the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texasy and total California.
S Arizona shipments.
/2 Includes 3,384,000 boxes diverted from commeroinl channels under industry programs'.

/ Preliminary.


S O'r;TCEi U. S. D. A. Surplus Marketing Admi:nistrationo

--


(35)


OTHER
'DISPO-
SITION



532
628

700

:. 519


1,095
1., 00o


1,058
1,022

S1,054
7i92

..; 697

968

1l,105 '
1,029

1,095

1,273

1,016
1,183

1,193

5,003/Z

1,702


TOTAL
PRO-
DUCTION-


6,295, .
,234,

7,103
8,289

9,023

9,693

8,550

9,753

8, 925,.

13 236
11,215


15,181

15,004 :
14,672

21,347

18,347

30,670

31,133

43,594

35,175


o0

0
o .r' *' 0








::. o. *. 5
0:' 0 1,36













-. o ;' o .. ,,,5
:0 317
'O 2,62

0 63243
O 433
0 5439-
S8 1,0492

0 1,660

70 12,9419
0 1,036

0 2,587
0 2,525

0 6,248

0 4,498

893 10,025
1,805 12v,055

1,479 15,181
0 16,293'
,, 10-












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