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MARCH 1958


MOVEMENT OF CITRUS TREES

FROM

FLORIDA NURSERIES

JULY 1, 1928
TO

JUNE 30, 1957


ZACH SAVAGE
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMIST




DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS
FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATIONS
GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA


AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS
MIMEO REPORT 58-9









Agricultural Economics Mimeo Report 58-9


MOVEMENT OF CITRUS TREES FROM FLORI-A NURSERIES

JULY 1, 1928 to JUNE 30, 1957












Zach Savare
Agricultural Economist















Department of Agricultural Economics
Florida Agricultural Experiment Stations
Gainesville, Florida


March 1958










Page I


MOVEMENT OF CITRUS TREES FROM FLORIDA NURSERIES
JULY 1, 1928 to JUNE 30, 1957

Data of this publication were reported by Florida nurserymen to the Nursery
Inspector of the Florida State Plant Board, Gainesville as copies of invoices of
nurseries when shipping trees to their destinations. Only invoices to Florida
destinations were included in these data. Personnel of the Department of APri-
cultural Economics, Florida Agricultural Experiment Stations, Gainesville assem-
bled these data from the invoices in the files of the Florida State Plant Board,
Gainesville as here shown.

Table I. Citrus Trees Moved from Florida Nurseries to Florida Destinations
July 1, 1928 to June 30, 1957


Year


Oranges


--1928-29 699,343:
-1929-30, 296,306;
1930-311 401,023
1931-32' 431,123:
1932-33! 499,864
S1933-344 440,54l
r 1934-35, 351,289
1935-36: 531,081;
1936-37t 746,974,
1937-38; 799,439
1938-39 512,526'
1939-40 403,775
1940-41l 592,208
1941-42 579,809
1942-43: 533,802
1943-44 701,977
1944-45 611,854
"-'1945-46 722,550.
196-47 728,882
1947-48 518,383.
---1948-491 399,444i
1949-50 975,382
1950-51f 917,218;
1951-52; 608,111
1952-53; 698,689;
1953-5411,102,570;
1954-551,)445,932
1955-561,566,297:
1956-571,882,459'
.....I


Grane- Man- Ot!


fruit

305,6641
328,991
264,803
72,657
144,4l12
158,359
89,468
153,469
106,296
150,557
87,876
80,588
85,9541
64,069
104,754
136,6371
125,135
223,1171
281,6371
238,602.
217,605
383,805
344,256i
220,615
217,162'
158,3721
90,4261
59,101'
53,054;


Sinmes Le~mons IT~neol' --


darin -

271,403 ,348 i
139,877 8,547
91,725 11,187
62,4921 25,6871
53,3911 47,785
74,1871 40,616'
30,880 33,666
34,128 61,207
38,127 123,054
26,5071 80,034
21,795 )7,0232
21,819, 26,899.
36,156 26,550
58,413 1l4,12,
55,545 14,406.
65,184 1.1,931'
81,391 15,190;
96,302 20,874
128,895; 34,755
137,151 26,392
148,337 33,635.
178,188 21,180
163,873 17,206W
98,378 25,696,
78,669 35,256
132,017 87,232
186,357 71,559
189,979 27,683
158,150 17,769


2,020
1,907
3,031
3,771
4,313:
22,438
11,486'
29,472
19,381
13, 07
8,600o
6,435
2,961:
2,751
2,229
3,287
2,109
1,970.
6,328
4,224.
5,923.
6,875
7,351
6,040
6,908
31,621
63,333
29,398
31,845


904
899
1,340
1,134
1,588
1,818
3,065
1,989
5,295
3,515
3,431
3,294
5,233
6,304
8,379
18,015
11,451
13,849
6,259
6,220
11,020
31,236
30,159
23,746
24,305
34,845
46,035
40,428
39,216


her
trus


74,879
9,389
15,161
6,985
11,237
16,101
7,865
11,047
16,560
10,593
19,665
16,555
5 1,187
24,130
9,507
9,291
9,907
7,912
10,10)4
12,813
14,815
17,502
19,714
21,527
30,203
19,159
S23,187
19,751
12,542


Total


:1,362,538'
785,916 /
S788,270
603,849
762,590
754,060
527,719
822,393
1,055,987)
1,084,052
701,325
559,365
764,249
749,888
728,622
946,322
857,037
.1,086,5746 f^
1,196,860/
S943,785
830,779
1,614,168>
1,499,777J
,1,004,113
1,091,192
1,565,81 (2/
1,926,829 ,
1,932,637 I /
2,195,035
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Orange Trees


Moved from Florida Nurseries to Florida Destinations
July 1, 1928 to June 30, 1957


Val- Pine- Parson H Lue Girm Pope Other
Year encia apple Brown Gong Navel Summer Oranges Total

1928-29 285,420 101,362 83,323i 60,084 L 8,9431 2,090i 118,1218 699,343
1929-301101,383 55,84.3 27,9361 29,633 12,9761 760i 67,7751 296,306
1930-31 143,111 48,632 51,8647 49,199 20,4381 2,0466 85,720 401,023
1931-32 181,531 47,207 45,569' 69,892 19,907 1,860! 65,1571 431,123
1932-33 168,283 51,756 46,899 111,06L 30,003 5,422i 86,371 499,864
1933-34 i139.,228 53,509 27,761 121,743 23,196 6,299 68,805 440,541
1934-35 122,152 23,027 19,377 109,078 27,566 4,222; 45,867 351,289
1935-36 152,071 58,564 27,432 174,686 34,681 6,316 77,331 531,081
1936-37 203,039 63,230 30,763 258,718 44,909 7,9991 1,060 137,256 746,974
1937-38 184,011 78,713 l,.062!268,281 50,959 5,276 13,516 147,621 799,439
1938-39 il17,148 70,827 30,996 158,090i 30,101 5,893 17,392t 52,079 512,526
1939-401131,662 42,956 27,358 92,l99! 22,538 12,982J 4,757 59,023 403,775
1940-41 189,090 86,553 .37,51451145,350 31,158 30,619 -* 71,893 592,208
-1941-42 196,199 65,002 51,76 4122,023 35,776 29,1191 79,626. 579,809
1942-43-1170,399 48,345 .18,809 126,601 27,086 18,570o 32,0121 61,9801 533,802
.1943- i241,379 78,196 53,032 139,356 5$1,258 41,791 26,972 69,993, 701,977
1944-451232,037 67,978 63,383 164,152 26,692 29,231 5,841 42,897i 611,854
194$5-46 1248,085 90,995 54,316 197,537 14,33k 29,173 10,815 47,265 722,550
1946-47 i29,089 77,952 87,517 120,249 22,459 11,093 23,126 57,397 728,882
.1947-48 i258,850 I 60,111 8.,976 i L1,366 32,079 22,h16 28,388 23,1671 51,383
1948-49{208,5 7 47,806 38,105 24,531 25,999 21,034 19,76 13,7471 399,Wi1
1949-501i482,530--139,)68 101,8851 58,164 31,295 26,09 C 68,804l 67,1.6j 975,382
1950-51!483,032. 203,348 62, 51 35,6761 24,868 22,825 L1,0241 45,931 917,218
1951-52 319,104 l157,616 36,912 29,106 13,763 19,928 10,543 21,1391 608,111
1952-53i371,056 -180,679 4lr40Si 35,537, 16,207 25,8o40 7,572! 20,393 698,689
1953-54 .660,867 '2240,613 5.1,3721 9,167! 9,325 h5,062 7,0L45 29,119 1,102,570
1954-55 861,525 297,663 58,858 106,907! 10,367 75,776 8,191! 26,6L 511,I5,932
1955-561947,935 285,997 55,105 158,5391 17,535 56,228 2,078 42,880 1,566,297
-1956-57i99,273 381,059 33,144 379 417; 13,4271 4h,621 3,163! 32,055 1,882,459
-NIot tabula d sep ately

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Table II.




Table III. Grapefruit Trees Moved from Florida Nurseries to Florida Destinations, July 1, 1928 to June 30, 1957


Year Marsh
,Seedless
.. ..... .. i .

1928-29 151,776
1929-30: 122,459
1930-31: 110,189
1931-32, 29,511
1932-33 66,389
1933-34: 69,213
1934-35, 33,501
1935-36! 49,580
1936-37i 37,098
1937-38, 73,509
1938-39 46,585
1939-140 33,382
1940-41j 6,688
1941-42 26,474
19h2-h3 51,027
1943-h44 69,045
1944-45' 46,401
1945-461 75,227
1946-47J 59,069
1947-8; 32,573
1948-49! 32,877
1949-50J 47,497
1950-51 142,172
1951-52 37,213
1952-531 24,880
1953-514 27,674
1954-55' 25,593
1955-56: 20,605
1956-57. 19,253
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I


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- I.


42,379
48,1405
28,818
3,622
8,356
7,332
2,383
8,629
6,546
7,4h48
2,260
3,711
3,681
5,282
8,597
10,833;
8,960
22,680!
61,9121
26,221
12,418
27,77L4
20,550
10,133
7,778
6,265
5,6149
4,807
6,056


23,03
2L,06j
25,27:
7,271
11,811
6,74
1,89;
1,22'
77i
3,86(
6:
3(
19
159
51
10
165
1,185
1,92i
1,60:
314
78
1,12
2!
24:
261
3'
1


j.


9 3,225
4 2,819'
2 1,041;
9 5,029
8 6,752
7 11,293
2 5,869:
9 8,669
4 6,924:
0 6,8i49
2 1,358
6 1,998:
7 2,240!
9 726:
6 7140
7 3,3114
5 4,674i
9 2,755'
4 2,915:
1 884;
5 1,385
6 54,603o
6 49,274:
9 25,217
3 20,598;
8 18,007:
7 5,850'
1 6,614l
3 4,949


1,607
1,671
1,955
7,6514
12,445
31,139
18,71 2
34,132
32,877
34,631
28,785
28,932
23,796
21,355
25,383
30,2142
35,563
61,226
81,035
112,387
93,069
89,703
58,7ha4
41,986
34,602
13,431
8,843
6,365
4,122


9,881


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alters
endless


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8,150
3,056 1
9,911
8,647
7,499
7,476
8,976


24
8
2
3






17
18
3
9
9
11
21


rty


4,523
6,722
912
553
658
525
297
90
603
627
39


Excel- lDavis
so l jSeed-
s3or 'less
--r --'- -\


10,551
4,673
778
384
1,236
624
156
261
1,019
661
600
600
1,267
148
1,802
3,662
11,224
7,736
7,122
5,097
418
634
212
142
255
234
47
214
32


3,651:
1,561
1,688
8,209
4,277
3,524
145,105
45,958
55,071
61,161'
97,879
.08,319
52,380
714,060
52,160
25,366;
10,398
7,811


14,863! 407
28,702 1408
16,298 2314
2,2611 162
6,157 201i
3,890 504ob
4,606 254i
3,055
3,329 1221
8,o66i 8561
1,3914 73,
393: 2551
733! 169
1,129; 216i
850 398
2,1514 163
1,5614 266
3,7L3 417i
9,804; 798
1,018 1,0147
2,067 417
2,492 1,057 1
2,743 2714
236 438
171 692
169 2143
70: 253
38 391
81 169
. .... . .


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4
4
13
1I


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Other !
Grape- Total
fruit


53,271 305,64:
89,068 328,99:
79,306 264,80
16,202 72,65'
30,400 144,14
27,092 158,35
21,768 89,14i
47,824 153,46
17,004 106,29
14,017 150,55
6,720 87,87
7,606 80,538
5,614 85,951
3,890 64,o61
7,229 104,75
12,8640 136,63
12,794 125,135
3,038 223,112
11,100 2(1,63'
2,703 238,606
13,448 217,60o
13,230 383,80!
7,769 344,25
2,912 220,61
5,233 217,162
2,413 158,372
1,233 90,142
871 59,10]
746 53,051


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Table IV. Lime, Temple and Tangerine Trees Moved from Florida Nurseries to
Florida Destinations, July 1, 1928 to June 30, 1957


Year ITahiti Idem

1928-29 5,607
1929-30 5,535
1930-31 5,864
1931-32 11,955
1932-33 28,939
1933-34 25,806
1934-35 20,631
1 A h, ln Pi


Lj
69,
)03,
35,
20,
20,
7,
10,
5,
11,
10,
13,
15,
17,
13,
11,
8,
31,
66,
63,
23,
14,


,949
980
869
855
591 2,21
068 8'
,544 2,3C
523 2,38
256 1,11
383 8,7c
373 14,82
903 7,17
670 4,41
947 1,52
198 87
447 32
118
750
946
168
911
1----


or ti es Total Temples

2,741 8,368 17,200
3,012 8,5)47 12,731
5,323 11,187 15,348
13,732 25,687 26,004
18,846 47,785 21,571
14,810 40,616 36,995
13,035 33,666 16,819
19,129 61,207 23,359
2 53,103 123,054 27,790
36,054 80,034 18,154
11,563 47,432 12,026
6,044 26,899 12,801
46 3,713 26,550 25,100
78 6,466 14,L12 I 2,7!45
3 1,561 14,0o6 42,217
65 4,023 11,931 48,510
A6 2,788 15,190 6,954
8 1,733 20,874 77,083
9 6,553 34,755 92,192
4 3,315 26,392 111,674
7 11,548 33,635 109,901
1 5,712 21,180 115,388
9 5,129 17,206 115,749
5 16,924 25,696 57,194
6 4,132 35,256 o,197
20,482 87,232 55,833
7,613 71,559 70,207
4,515 27,683 81,672
2,85C 17,769 86,463
J: -___ t_ ___ _


Tangerines


90,488
45,302
19,993
8,732
10,587
7,323
h,934
6,110
4,467
3,736
3,835
3,4L1
6,198
8,612
5,876
7,782
5,902
11,938
22,349
17,153
21,626
33,228
17,331
12,661
11,696
25,930
26,817
28,378
16,539


1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940o-1
1941-42
1942-43
1943-44
1944-45
1945-46
1946-)47
1947-48
1948-49
1949-50
1950-51
1951-521
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57


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Table V. Lemon Trees Moved from Florida Nurseries to Florida Destinations
July 1, 2928 to June 30, 1957


Yer Villa-
Year franca

1928-29 i 89
1929-30 353
1930-31 421
1931-32 1,028
1932-33 6145
1933-34 361 1
1934-35 192
1935-36 255 2
1936-37 258 11


1937-30
1938-39
1939-40
19h0-1h
1941-42
1942-43
19h3-hh
1944-45
1945-46
1946-47
19L7-48
1948-49
1949-50
1950-51
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57


239
215
139
148
139
144
296
112
65
86
70
50
52
86
31
100
31
2,709
840
2,040


e e M s Sper- Ponde- Other
terrine Meyrs riola rosa LemonsI Total
------ -4----t --
I l
124 155 1,252 j 2,020
131 157 1,266 1,907
785 160 1,661 3,031
36 846 182 1,679 3,771
853 1,062 223 138 1,392 ",313
6,804 1,961 1 322 2,989 22,438
6,800 1,93l 716 74 1,770 11,486
4,13h 2,207 294 236 2,346 29,472
3,777 1,360 9 155 3,822 19,381
6,291 1,355 856 310 4,356 13,007
1,585 2,049 201 2241 .,309 8,600
624 3,17 101 304 1,850 6,435
259 939 26h 1,351 2,961
138 812 258 366 1,038 2,791
130 1,066 6 329 55 2,229
198 1,178 10 379 1,226 3,287
244 720 11 233 789 2,109
9 771 39 o50 636 1,970
3 1,7 7 15 387 ,090 6,328
5 1,981 1 351 1,816 h,224
3,061 981 1,831 5,923
3,200 8 925 2,690 6,875
16 3,567 11 1,346 2,327 7,351
2 2,826 2 1,077 2,102 6,040
3,66h4 1,L58 1,686 6,908
5 7,858 1,150 22,577 31,621
10 11,136 947 '18,531 63,333
9 8,193 688 19,468 29,398
6 9,943 943 18,913 31,845
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Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1956


Oranges


Valencia
Pineapple
Parson Brown
Hamlin
Lue Gim Gong
Surprise Navel
Washington Navel
Summerfield Navel
Glen Navel
Dream Navel
Other Navels
Ruby Blood
Jaffa
Pope Summer
Homosassa
Conners Seedless
Enterprise Seedless
Mendenhall
Glen Summer
Queen
Delicious
Other Oranges


Total


jAlachuea Baker


1,352 8
L97 19
65 i 13
36 2
1 j 2
ii 2

92 8

18
80
114t


6







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Bay


843
13
20
366


10



7










1


1,260


Brad-
ford


Brevard Broward


6,313 900
1,538 100
61 5
2,774 L
622
229
229 3


464
I1 42
155
1,342
2
1





1,329

181



31 15,063


1,340


Calhoun


10


Char-
lotte


1,118
237
2
9

6


1,398


Citrus


1,007
81
322
368
11

20


1,936


Clay Collier


102
168
61
22


118



22
1


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553


179


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2,255
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Table VI. Movement of Orange Trees to


to June 30, 1957






Table VI. Ilovement of Oren-e Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1956 to June 33, 1957 (continued)


Oranges


I Colum-
bia


Valencia
Pineapple
Parson Brown
Hamlin
Lue Gim Gong
Surprise Navel
Washington Navel
Sunmmerfield Navel
Glen Navel
Dream Navel
Other Navels
Ruby Blood
Jaffa
Pope Summer
Homosassa
Conners Seedless
Enterprise Seedless
Mendenhall
Glen Summer
Queen
Delicious
Other Oranges


Total


2
6
3

2





3


1


21


Dade De Soto
iJ


6,921l
2,296
259!
3,818
110

56!
18'
2i

138



2
6.


l, j
2,38511

1)4


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9,483
5,506
93
9W4
5,161
8-


9
1
13


15,629 21,22 I


Di


agler Fank-i Glades


10 -:390 38
2 783 34
3 4
1 I
2
1


xie Duval bEam- Fl


912 13
2, h0S 3
2 589 11
167 1
107

236 110

18l
101i
993 1
2141
1I

5






S100 35

2 6-063 175
2 6, 175


1,173


Gulf


639
13
7








16


2,078




675 80,202


Hardee



31,622
32,$80
202
13,716
1

2



I


I


6








26


-"






Table VI. Movement of Orange.Trees tp Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 (continued)

1Her- High- iHills- Indian I Jef- I
Oranges Hendry nando plans borough River Jackson person Lake Lee Leon Levy
_-..--.-. --- --.--..-. --- -- -.---.-- -- -
I------i I
Valencia 5,136i 4,877 3i,110 1i09,45 6,638 3 1 1,322 1,701 1 3
Pineapple 69! 71 11,607 27,672 1,00 3 27 146,82 387 1
Parson Bro n 2 31 2,368 8 2 67,937 9 5
Hamlin 5,455 7,851 8,079 9,71h 3,307 2 19,753 215 660 11
Lue Gim Gong 10 67 $394 2 451 9
Surprise Navel 1 743j
Washington Navel 106 820 29' 13' 1
Summerfield Navel 766' 546 3,161
Glen Navel 4' 2 246i 2 177 7
Dream Navel 61 1,6321
Other Navels 4 17 2,272 114 2,201 32 1
Ruby Blood 18 31
Jaffa 5h 1 i 6
Pope Summer 2; 209 11
Homosassa 1 11 10
Conners Seedless
Enterprise Seedless
Mendenhall 216
Glen Summer Ij 1,172 1
Queen 291
Delicious
Other Oranges 12 149 17 30 7

Total 10,666 12,923 50,858 194,202j 14,080 1L 28 227,414 2,670 662 25


CO






Trees to Destinations by Counties, July


Oranges


Manatee


Marion Martin


I. --" -.4-


Valencia
Pineapple
Parson Brownm
Hamlin
Lue Gim Gong
Surprise Navel
Washington Navel
Summerfield Navel
Glen Navel
Dream Navel
Other Navels
Ruby Blood
Jaffa
Pope Summer
Homcsassa
Conners Seedless
Enterprise Seedless
Mendenhall
Glen Summer
Queen
Delicious
Other Oranges


Total


4,896
2,908
99
1,072
1
5
149

30
h
312

37


9,422


8,160o
6,421i
2,528
2,236;
20

191

3

1,5422
3)
3








2 1


21,57l4


15
113
13
h



4

100
13










1


263


Monroe


Nassau'


1
4
















2


18 i6


Oka-
loosa


itj


ii


Okbee- Orange Osceola
chobee,


926


700


101


-i -~


2 1,727


216,632
90,128
11,9$6
98,2781
5,313

771
h,2 24
1,304
2,2171
3,833;
158
247
111






1,663
3


436,862


1


9,863
508
392
4,155
2

81
69.
36
17
64
18
22





1

4,552



-9,707


Palm Pasco
Beachi
t


1,383 115,274
3891 21,471
1911 84O
2311 17,561
22!

51 94
992


4
270
1

1
336


200
816
17

110


2,33518,017
2,335 18,0o17
,^ ___ ___ --


- -~----~-~----- 1


------ --


J


- -------------- ---


i


~_-___L-- --i------------


1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 (continued)


Table VI. I'ovement of Orange






Table VI. Movement of Orange Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 (continued)


Oranges


Valencia
Pineapple
Parson Broian
Hamlin
Lue Gim Gong
Surprise Navel
Washington Navel
Summerfield Navel
Glen Navel
Dream Navel
Other Navels
Ruby Blood
Jaffa
Pope Summer
Homosassa
Conners Seedless
Enterprise Seedless
Mendenhall
Glen Summer
Queen
Delicious
Other Oranges


Total


Pinel-
las


5,123
3,208
54
2,368
11
200
234
2140
43
58
711

1
1
31


Polk Putnam

i .--? ^-


207,103
94,441
2,185
73,146
43

392
15
69
40
676
690
522

.3



3
6,967


I4,451
2,234
833
h,284


35 161 4


12,319 386,796 12,498


Saint
Johns


83
52


50
1

1
111
1









3


Saint
Lucie


214,8231
3,816
1
122?
1

3

146

484

3





4,545





33,912


Santa
Rosa




2
2






1


I


Sara- Semi- SuwSumter an-
sota nole nSum nee Taylor


932 32,128 6,818 3 201
931 15,770 131 6 300
1ll 199 i 575 2
670 20,928 814 2
8 201 1 3
27
7 3
o09 1
1 26
72 101
89 649 37
42 1
9 28
2 2,777




1
20
357
40 16 1


2,827 73,846 8,506 16 501







Table VI. Movement of Orange Trees to Destinations by


Oranges


Union


Valencia
Pineapple 4
Parson Broow 6
Hamlin
Lue Gim Gong
Surprise Navel
Washington Navel 1
Summerfield Navel
Glen Navel
Dream Navel
Other Navels 3
Ruby Blood
Jaffa
Pope Summer
Homosassa
Conners Seedless
Enterprise Seedless
Mendenhall
Glen Summner
Queen
Delicious
Other Oranges


Total 1


Volusiaj Wakulla


19,296! 2,17L
3,3871 297
961i
5,1321 548
69li
21
432i
1,Ls13
2381
33?
1,63;j
30,
37.
!j


1,618


i
2

65;
28,


35,022 3,019
Ji


"-ITo orange trees shipped into Gadsden, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Holmes, Lafayette, Liberty, Madison and Washington o
Counties.


Walton
i


Total*-


_____________.---1__________


1o-


3


1,882,h59


I


--


I


1342







3
12I1


I, 6
4,6
1826
1,2


995,273
381,059
33, L,44
379,417
13,h27
995
4,321
12,817
3,26L
l,961
18,263
1,228
992
3,163
h29
7
1,6214
416
10,277
9,417
6,818
849


Counties, July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 (concluded)










Table VII. Movement of Grapefruit Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957

rBrad- I rChar- I i
Grapefruit Alachua Baker Bay ord Brevard reward Calhoun tte Citrus Clay Collier


Marsh Seedless 59 6 111 82 57 145 81
Duncan 78 27 27 11 I 4 15 12 10 33 8 23
Conners Prolific
Foster 23 22 4 62 30 3 11 26
Thompson 28 6 l 113 30 6 4
Red Seedy 5 1 55 67 19 7 2
Red Seedless 9 1 8 107 36 1 13
McCarty j I 2 1 2
Triumph
Excelsior
Davis Seedless 21
Royal 6
Leonardi
Silver Cluster
Isle of Pine 7 1
Walters
Other Grapefruit 2 1 7 i1 1


Total 289 39 52 37 501 293 16 101 203 137 24




(D
H-
rv>









Table VII. Movement of Grapefruit Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 (continued)


cou- Frank-Daid-
Grapefruit buma Dade ee Soto Duval cam-RFlagler Fln k- i i Glades Gulf Hardee
-rbia -bia Gchrist i

Iarsh Seedless 3 357 5 j 2h6i 26 3 3 106 3
Duncan 7 14h 7 375 55 6 3
Conners Prolific
Foster 2 h1 h 135 65
Thompson 361 3 118 1 2
Red Seedy 157 3 3 3 i 25 1 1 1
Red Seedless 1 68 2 211 8
McCarty 10
Triumph i 2 1
Excelsior
Davis Seedless 135
Royal
Leonardi
Silver Cluster
Isle of Pine 135
Walters
Other Grapefruit 1 32 2 1 2


Total 1 1,430 26 1,132 181 6 6 1 7 110 10





(D












Table VII. Movement of Grapefruit Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 ( continued)


Grapefruit


Marsh Seedless
Duncan
Conners Prolific
Foster
Thompson
Red Seedy
Red Seedless
McCarty
Triumph
Excelsior
Davis Seedless
Royal
Leonardi
Silver Cluster
Isle of Pine
Walters
Other Grapefruit


Hendry


Her-
nando


4
5

5
2

116


High- Hills- Indian
lands borough River


632
76


12
129
16


715
338

1,311
237
78
1,060



18


18


2,769
37

1,226
1,653
6,673
600


JJackson Lake Lee Leon


1


1


1,136
1,570

257
356
268
429


Levy !Manatee



3 135
5 144

90
93
53
16


------- ---- ----+- -t--4-- _____


3,761


9
12



2h
6


'82


Total


203


-- --------~----- .--------------


.


5


132


13,161


4,020










Table VII. Movement of Grapefruit Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 (continued)


Grapefruit


Marsh Seedless
Duncan
Conners Prolific
Foster
Thompson
Red Seedy
Red Seedless
McCarty
Triumph
Excelsior
Davis Seedless
Royal
Leonardi
Silver Cluster
Isle of Pine
Waiters
Other Grapefruit


Marion Martin Monroe Nassau


30 7 1
28 1 1 16

9 13
17 2 2
S3
14 4 3




1


1 1 ,


Oka- Okee-
loosa chobee


7

8


11









8


Change Osceola


164
1407

218
250
60
2,063
2


_-- - tl----- 4 ---


115
38

9
19

30
3








2


Palm
Beach


278
40


11
37
128
8
1



2




6


216 -- 88
216 588


Pinel-
Pasco las


)4 1,482
_5 i )57

21 552
61 126
19 268
116 266


1



I
39


306 j3,211


---- --~I- -~---~'-'


I -I---- i~ ~ _.I_


32


8
8 ; 2 .


Total


1 3,284










Table VII. Movement of Grapefruit Trees to Destinations by Counties,


I flf,. Ii


Marsh Seedless
Duncan
Conners Prolific
Foster
Thompson
Red Seedy
Red Seedless
McCarty
Triumph
Excelsior
Davis Seedless
Royal
Leonardi
Silver Cluster
Isle of Pine
Walters
Other Grapefruit


UJ.I -


Putnam


-4 -----1------t


8,20
1,381

132
261
h6h
1,791
5

8




9

66


162
58

1
90
29
85









3


Saint
Johns


~~__~ Saint_


Saint 1
Lucie


1,515
3
3
374
3
912
61
2
5


2


I

72


Santa
Rosa


July 1, 1956 to June 30,


Sara- Semi-
sota nole


lh3 35
164 65

70 00


21










2


Sumter


Suwan-
nee



3


1957 (continued)


Taylor


4 ------~-------4-------+-------i-- +t----t


94 12,983


_ _______


----- I 1 .


1


Lurapei r-l-


218


9


29


Total


12,322


S28










of Grapefruit Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 (concluded)


Grapefruit


Marsh Seedless
Duncan
Conners Prolific
Foster
Thompson
Red Seedy
Red Seedless
McCarty
Triumph
Excelsior
Davis Seedless
Royal
Leonardi
Silver Cluster
Isle of Pine
Walters
Other Grapefruit


Total


Union


13


Volusia i Walton


248
163

103
71
69
258





1
1


945


3

12


12









12


39


-N~o grapefruit trees shipped into Dixie, Gadsden,
Wakulla and Washington Counties.


Hamilton, Holmes, Jefferson, Lafayette, Liberty, liadison,


-M


Total-


19,253
6,056
3
4,949
4,122
9,881
7,811
32
18
8
169


21
290


53,0o5


_ ~ ~


; I _i_--


-- c


Table VII. Movement





Table VIII. Movement of Mandarin Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957


Mandarin


King
Temple
Oneco Targerine
Dancy Tangerine
Other Tangerines
Clerentine
Murcctt Honey
Ponkan
Other Mandarins
Owari Satsuma
Silverhill Satsuma
Kawano Wase Satsuma
Other Satsumas


Total


Mandarin


King
Temple
Oneco Tangerine
Dancy Tangerine
Other Tangerines
Clementine
Murcott Honey
Pcnkan
C- he r Mandarins
Or-ari Satsuna
Silverhill Satsuma
K ano. V.ase Satsuma
C "er Satsunas


Ala chua


5
67

61
5


16

380


Baker


Erad-
ford


I -- ,- ---. -*---


493 369

Dade iDe Soto

276 7
2,099 179
326
743 27
17 215


S3,466


8

4





101


11

1214


Dixie


!
i


i


7


18


11


1

73


I--~--~----


1141


ii1


8


Brevard Broward Calhoun


13 148
1,212 135
19
33 10
15 4


Colum-
bia


69 1,321 2 290 141 164 130 1,105 103 71
.... ... ... .....- -__ -' ............... .. ... ... =........ ..esi Ha r de.
Escam- Frank- Gil-
Duval bia Flagler lin :Cadsden |christ Glades Gulf Hardee

1 1 2
186 i 11 608 4

15i 2 1 4 203
10 1 3
2 2
1 2


2,722 502 7 40 120 2 26 2

11 1
963,232 29 22 2 21

3,232 529 22 h2 120 1 21 63h 213


Total


II


Char-
lotte


13
79
33
15
214


Citrus


9
42

35
2

9


Clay


1
32

20
2


11

1,033


6


Collier


7
66
6
10
13

1


I
- -- -- ---L --e




Table VIII. Movement of Mandarin Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 (continued)


Mandarin


King
Temple
Oneco Tangerine
Dancy Tangerine
Other Tangerines
Clementine
Murcott Honey
Ponkan
Other Mandarins
0wari Satsuaa
Silverhill Satsuma
Kawano Wase Satsuma
Other Satsumas


Total


Hendry


Her-
nando


High- Hills-
lands Iboroug'h
I


`f


Holmesi


Indian
River ( Jackson
River


583


10 68
45 209 777 6,782
2 52
40 838 268 957
2 3 86
S1
36 1 5 1,625

21
1 27


2 74

89 ;1,084 1,06 9,693


27 112 -


person


Jef- Lake Lee Leon Lev
1Lake Lee Leon Lecvv


21,003


583


320


Mandarin


King
Temple
Cneco Tangerine
Dancy Tancerine
Other Tangerines
Clementine
Kurcott Honey
Ponkan
Other i-iandarins
C -ri SatE ina
Iverhill Satsu~ma
I wano Wasc Satsuma
? ner Satsuacs


Total


Madison M:anatee


26
428
1 58
178
25

240

8.



5 1

5 984


Marion LartinI Monroe Nassaui
__ _!- I --- J

17 3 1
102 63 28
8 3
45 7
2 10

12 75
10

550 99


751 161 29

751 161 29 99


Oka-
loosa











101


21


Okee-
chobee Orange Osceola

2 375 12
12 33,798 350

4 1,993 102
h448 691

18,201 334

3 13 )
1 532 13
31
3
15 3

22 55,381 1,509


Palm
Beach

8
922
12
67
17

6

2
2
2

6


Pasco


15
610

33
3

1,50o


1,0hh 2,135


71 21
o10,30Lb 428 3
1 53
892 36
130 39
51
7,639 4

2
1, 07 315
1

I' 7 I


S30 633


21


1


23


- ------------`-----"c- --- -"I-~-


I


I





Table VIII. Movement of Mandarin Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 (concluded)

Pinel- Saint Saint Santa Sara- Semi- Suwan-
Mandarin las Polk Putnam Johns Lucie Rosa sota nole Sumter nee Taylor Union
King 37 111 11 17 b4 7 1
Temple 2,092 16,843 125 105 4,564 225 423 736 28 2 3
Oneco Tangerine 23 6 39 30 1
Dancy Tangerine 420 1,984 837 19 37 82 1,610 3 1 3
Other Tangerines 57 471 542 1 56 3 2 4
Clementine 17 14 7 1
Murcott Honey 262 2,412 1,002 2 600 3 3,704 1
Ponkan 156 36 1
Other Mandarins 1 29 25 3 1 2
Cwari Satsuma 4 56 511 239 436 2,108 2 42 35
Silverhill Satsuma 2
Kawano Wase Satsuma 1
Other Satsumas 11 3 166 3 1 3
Total 12,925 121,917 I 3,389 j 379 _,257 662 643 _8,207__ 38 43 2 5

Wash-
Mandarin iVolusia *akulla Walton nson Total
King 93 1,338
Temple 1,014 125 86,463
Oneco Tangerine 1 690
Dancy Tangerine 1,100 12,919
Other Tangerines 18 2,930
Clementine 116 216
Murcott Honey 596 38,251
Ponkan 2 232
Other Mandarins 265
Owari Satsuma 1,272 78 13,536
Silverhill Satsuma 3 36
Kawano Wase Satsuma 2 6 32
Other Satsumas 146 24 1,242
Total 4,363 125 102 6 158,150
N-o mandarin trees shipped into Hamilton, Lafayette and Liberty Counties.










Table IX. Movement of Lime Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957


Limes


Tahiti
Key
Rangpur
Bearss
Other Limes


Total


Alachua Brevard Broward


10


75 76
9 71
I iI


1 14
85 1I lh


Char-
lotte


18


18
1


3


Ci trn:


Clh-- Col]Thr


28 18 7
i 7


1 3


S 33 21 14


Fade `e
i- .-.-


8,636
930
2


9,569


Poto Daval Flasler

1- -------- --


1 4
I~_ _


18


234 1


Glades



1


H. er- High- ,Hills- i Indian
Limes Hardee Hendry nando .lends .borough River Lake Lee Leon Manatee i Marion jMartin
jnando lends borough River

Tahiti 3 13 2 33 1,013 9h 8 61! 1 7 21 10
Key 1 6 1 71 1 93 59 6 8
Rangpur j 1 3 h 1 2
Bearss


Other Limes


Total i


2 20 2 21 2


19 j 2 36 1, 10h 101 110 710


10


1 17


28 20
J--,..


---


I












Movei:ent of Lime Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 (-oncluded)


--No lime trees shipped into Baker, Bay, Bradford, Calhoun, Columbia, Dixie, Escambia, Franklin, Gadsden, Gilchrist,
Gulf, Hamilton, Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson, Lafayette, Levy, Liberty, Madison, Nassau, Okeechobee, Santa Rosa,
Suwannee, Taylor, Union, Wakulla and Washington Counties.

(D


Table IX.







Table X. Movement of Lemon Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957


I Brad-
Lemons Alachual Baker Bay ford


Ponderosa 1 2
Villafranca
Meyer 23 6 6 2
Harvey 1 2 1
Everbearing
Messina
Avon
Sicily
Perrine
Other Lemons 3 2


Total 28 10 8 3

S Escam-
Lemons Dade' De'Soto Duval Esa
I bia

Ponderosa 21 32 2
Villafranca 2
Meyer 151. 11h h43 53
Harvey 15 62
Everbearing 11
Messina h 1
Avon 202
Sicily
Perrine
Other Lemons 123 1,716 2
I *-- ________-___- --


540 55


Total 327


2,032


i Char- IColum-
Brevard Browar Calhoun lotte Citrus Clay Collier bia


18 lh 3 7 i 1 6
2 1
6 53 2 18 26 39 7 1
13 275 6 3 i 6
20
3
2

6
3 70 2 1I 1
1 --------C- --i.--- -~
53 412 2 h3 4j 3 ; I4 20 1

Flagler Gulf Hardee Hendry lHer- High- Hills- Indian
nando lands borough River

1 19 70 8
1,106
1 2 1,816 3 70 3,9h7 5
2h 31
2 3 16 h

251 9 1 78


4 ,800 1 1,56 h0 10


1 1 2 I 6,868 2 7 11,55 1 5,204 136
\ ____. ___ !______________I _____ ______________ ________ _____


---~-"-'---







Table X. Movement of Lemon Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 (continued)


Lemons


Ponderosa
Villafranca
Meyer
Harvey
Everbearing
Messina
Avon
Sicily
Perrine
Other Lemons


Total


Lemons


Ponderosa
Villafranca
Meyer
Harvey
Everbearing
Messina
Avon
Sicily
Perrine
Other Lemons


Jackson


Lake


Lee


Leon


Manatee


Marion Martin


Nassau


I -I --- + --~----


27

266
1
3




25


322


IPaPinel-
Pasco 11as


h
1
21
2
1




1,502


202
15
572
17
6


10

39


8

t6
2
5


1

7


69


Polk


175
10
343
13
41
1
287
7

1,198


24


Putnam


119
9
1




66


223


106


Saint Saint Santa
Johns Lucie Rosa


7 26
7
l 13 2
7 23


116


Oka-
loosa


Orange


76
846

78
2
90
1,619


1,333


Osceola


5
1
40
18


12 3 3 h4,088 77 361
__ ____ I


Sara- Semi-
sota nole


1,171
1,300
8

2


1,438


Sumter


Suwan-
nee


2


- 1 1-- I- + 4-----------I .-- 4 .


Tota 18-- (-L 2 13-L- 2_


1,531 861


Palm
Beach


241
5


49
10

3


Volusia


145
63
4
4
6
5


- +---------1-----------t-- -------- ~--


-------- ------------.--~--I11~1~-
---------- ----------


I f---------L------ _.~___~__ _j


8


i


12,07


13


2


2


Total


186


3,9541 85










Table X. Movement of Lemon Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 (concluded)


Lemons Walton Total*


Ponderosa 2 943
Villafranca 2,040
Meyer 2 9,943
Harvey 2,065
Everbearing 156
Messina 119
Avon 2,624
Sicily 40
Perrine 6
Other Lemons 2 13,909


Total 6 31,865


;No lemon trees shipped into Dixie, Franklin, Gadsden, Gilchrist, Glades, Hamilton, Holmes, Jefferson, Lafayette,
Levy, Liberty, Madison, Nonroe, Okeechobee, Taylor, Union, VWakulla and Washington Counties.









0'













Table XI. Movement of Tangelo Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1956 to June 30, 19'7


Brad-
Bay ford


Brevard


Char-
Broward lotte


Citrus


Clay Collier


Dade


De Soto Duval


_____I 4- i ----- 4--- -I--- ---------------I---


Thornton
Orlando
Seminole
Minneola
Other Tangelos


Total


1 hh
I k44
1
86
5 519


5 1 650


1
l 2

h1 8
9 9


455 19


i
35 11 88
1 1 3
2 309
S2 156


36 15 557


Tangelos


Thornton
Orlando
Seminole
Minneola
Other Tangelos


Flagler Glades


3


Hardee


179
1


Hendry


1,644
2
8
8


- -__ ------ ---- -- IS I


Total


1,659


-- ----- L _____


Her-
nando


High-
lands


49

20
8


153


Hills
borough


Indian
River" j


Lake


12 1
"1,022 296 5,870
235 2
598 389 144
97 499 68


1,964 1,186 :6,096


Lee


62


Leon Manatee




1 2,313
1
596
29


1 2,939


Tangelos


Alachua


16


3


19


458

12
7


h77


1
416
9
100
7


533


- ----- ~-II


_ --__L_- -- ---
- ---- ll-T- ---Ll^-r-------^--I---- -- ------ I----^---*--------l----L----


-- -- -i


--I^-r ----- ---~---- ----


I


I I


---- --I--- -


---


----i_--_I ---


i











Table XI. Movement of Tangelo Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 (concluded)


Tangelos Marion Martin


Thornton
Orlando
Seminole
Minneola
Other Tangelos


Total


60

3



63


425

6


M1onroe


Okee-
chobee Orange


3



3


9,371

122
31


Osceola


Palm
Beach


31
h
159
41


Pasco
Pasco I


198 737
i


Pinel-
las


72
6
343
135


Polk


7,065
2
21h
5


Putnam


Saint
Johns


5 7 29
6 |7,335 61 29


Tangelos


Thornton
Orlando
Seminole
Minneola
Other Tangelos


Total


Saint Sara-
Lucie sota


5
151
8
200
1


4 .4.-t --


I 1 4 ----------- -..--------i--4-------..--.- -


914


C -- ~ -


Semi-
nole


Sumter


Volusia


383
16
32h
68


h47

112
355


Total@-


34
32,146
308
4h,66
2,262


39,216


----------- --- .1rI~~

-No tangelo trees shipped into Baker, Calhoun, Columbia, Dixie, Escambia, Franklin, Gadsden, Gilchrist, Gulf,
Hamilton, Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson, Lafayette, Levy, Liberty, Madison, Nassau, Okaloosa, Suwannee, Taylor,
Union, Wakulla, Nalton and Washington Counties.


---


I- `-- -


----------------~-------- ----





Table XII. Movement of Kumquat Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957


Im i Brad- Char-
Kumquats Alachual Baker Bay ford Brevard Broward Calhoun lotte Citrus Clay

I__ t_-; -.-........-.i------
Marumi 25 2
Meiwa 136 393 4 18 9 6 3 17 67 60
Nagami 114 74 16 6 36 37 1 7 39 11
Other Kumquats 2 7 6 18 32 11
I 3


_~~*1--*


SColum-
Collier bia


11
2


Total 252 1 467 5$2 2 101 61 4 56 117 73 13 20
I I -i

Escam- Frank-
Kumquats Dade De Soto Dixie Duval bia Flagler lin iGadsden Glades Gulf Hardee Hendry
_____ ___,..__ .,_____J -.- ..- -. 71

Marumi 2 91 9 2 2
Meiwa 1 2 1 856 190 3 20 1 8 1
Nagami 387 18 698 263 1 2 15 1 11 1 12
Other Kumquats 19 18 4 h 51 1 I 1
-------- -----4--i---t--i- Ii1
Total 1lO 0 5 1,696 463 1 6 35 21 4 17


i Her- IHigh- IHills. IndJian
Kumquats nando lands borogh River Jackson Lake Lee Leon Levy Madison Manatee Marion


Marumi 9 1 175 6 3
Meiwa 11 77 lh 1 107 14 59 1 65 62
Nagami 10 250 8 2 401 16 65 3 113 h4
Other Kumouats 3 3 72 23 59 36 1 i 98 3

Total 3 08 72 66 1 3 282 113
Total 3 24 408 25 ) 7h2 66 125 I 3 282 113


't
OQ
(D
ro


B


-I- ----~--~-~-- -1-----~-i-----~ 'r. --~- -~-










Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 (concluded)


Kumquats


Marumi
Meiwa
Nagami
Other Kumquats


Total


Martin


2
311
1


314


Monroe Nassau


6


6


226
10


236


Oka-
loosa Orange


8
23
20


51


Osceola


Palm
Beach


270


Pasco



1
2
5
20


Pinel-
las


Polk Putnam
I


2
156
12
15


185 48


Kumquats


Saint Santa
Lucie I Rosa


Marumi
Meiwa 21 2
Nagami 50 66
Other Kumquats 17


Total 88 i68
__ _ F


i I- 1-- - - -L
'
Sara- Semi- Suwan-
Ssota Inole Sumter nee Taylor Union Volusia Walton


1 4 1hi
63 22 2 1 1 3 9 30
29 65 5 1 8 27 1
67 2 1 37 10


160 89 8 5 1 11 37 1 t l
_J.!__.__.__ __- ---I__i '____J___ I _.__ ___


-No kumquat trees shipped into Gilchrist, Hamilton, Holmes, Jefferson, Lafayette, Liberty, Okeechobee, Wakulla
and Vashington Counties.


Saint
Johns


Total-


379
3,11i
4,728
871


9,095


~-I------------- --- -~----~- -- --~----~T~-l----


^--------L----~-


-------c- _-L


_ -C- -~--L-----L.- -._..- I __I~_


L


--- --~---


~---------~I---


-~-----T~------


Table XII. Movement of Kumquat


~









Table XIII. Movement of Miscellaneous Citrus Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957

Brad- Char- Colum-
Miscellaneous Alachua I Baker Bay ford iBrevard Broward lotte Citrus Clay Collier bia Dade

i D
,ustis Limequat 3 3 1 1
Lakeland Limequat 7 2 1 6 lh 12 1
theirr Limequats 3 2
alamondin 3h 10 17 21 88 17 9 30 3 1 52
haddock 5 2 7
:itron
their Citrus 1 17

- Total ----- -- 38 07 -2 43 3 -5
Total | h7 il 19 1 38 107 17 i 2h h3 I 3 i 2 ';L9
I---~---I' ----- ~


Miscellaneous


Eustis Limequat
Lakeland Limequat
Other Limequats
Calamondin
Shaddock
Citron
Other Citrus


De Soto Dixie
-F- --- ----

6


2 2





8 2


Escam-
Duval bia


Frank- High- fHills- Indian
lin "Jackson I Lake
i a.rdee Hendry :lands borouh RiverJackson Lake


2
17 1 5
6 1 25
2 1 7 20 86 h 1 86
1


E
I
C
C
S
C
O


--_----


7


25


116


Total


292


2 I 1


o n


20


2










Table XIII. Movement of Miscellaneous Citrus Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1956 to June 33, 1957
(continued)


Miscellaneous


Eustis Limeauat
Lakeland Limequat
Other Limequats
Calamondin
Shaddock
Citron
Other Citrus


Total


Lee


Leon


Levy Manatee
i


Marion martin IMonroe
i i


__~~~~ 4-------~----------- --__--- --


10 3

1 157 2


10


1 177 5


2


103

1


------4------


107 1
;


Nassau


6 2


Oka- iOkee-
loosa chobee Orange
t-- -4- -?--t---
9
1 15
34
50 78





15-0 136
1 t 50 136
i _______


Miscellaneous


Osceola


Palm
Beach


_____ ---1 --J----- r-t


Eustis Limequat
Lakeland Limequat
Other Limequats
Calamondin
Shaddock
Citron
Other Citrus


Total


1
19


2
28
1
268


Pinel-
Pasco las
ila


Polk


- ----- -----p -t------ t --t--


3

5;


8


36
107
4
450

1
1


599


20
30
2
133


185


'Saint Saint
Putnam Johns Lucie


9


Sara- Semi-
sota nole


1
9
16
178


234


------_-i-L-- j '-- ---- --"-.~_


3uwan-
nee





2


--L


1


--------------- ---L-- ~_.._.. _
-----~---------


- ~------


- I I I --t- --5 -- -t- -- t---- -t -- --I


I











Table XIII. Movement of Miscellaneous Citrus Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957
(concluded)


Miscellaneous Volusia Walton Total-'


Eustis Limequat h 160
Laleland Limequat 66 387
Other Limequats 116
Calamondin 81 I10 2,695
Shaddock 16
Citron 2
Other Citrus 71
_____- _-____ --------- _____ ---- --. -
Total 151 10 1 3,L47


-,-No miscellaneous trees shipped into Calhoun, Flagler, Gadsden, Gilchrist, Glades, Gulf, Hamilton, Hernando,
Holmes, Jefferson, Lafayette, Liberty and Madison Counties.





Page 33


Table XIV. Movement of All Citrus Trees to Destinations by Counties
July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957


COUTTI.S ALL CITRUS I COUNTIES ALL C


CITRUS


Trees Percent Trees Percent
Alachua 3 ,397 .2 Lee 4,387 .2
Baker 951 .1 Leon 1,196 .1
Bay 1,520 .1 Levy 58 5
Bradford 166 Madison 8 *
Brevard 17,812 .8 Manatee 1 ,756 .7
Broward 3,107 .1 Marion 22,739 1.0
Calhoun 173 i martin 1,30o .1
Charlotte 1,820 .1 Monroe 187
Citrus 3,238 .1 Nassau 370 *
Clay 2,012 .1 Okaloosa 218
Collier 371 Okeechobee 1,803 .1
Columbia 129 Orange )09,620 23.2
Dade 31,817 1.5 Osceola 21,727 1.0
De Soto 24,27 1.1 I Palm Beach 5,348 .2
Dixie 3 Pasco 163,213 7.4
Duval 13,722 .6 Pinellas 21,382 1.0
Escambia 1,428 .1 Polk / 34,09 ? 19.8
Flagler 60 Putnam 16,725 .8
Franklin 1,229 .1 St. Johns 921 -
Gadsden 155 i St. Lucie 2,884 2.0
Gilchrist 2 Santa Rosa 760 *
Glades I 110 Sarasota 9,577 .4
Gulf 1,442 .1 Seminole 83,l17 3.8
Hardee 87,4821 4.0 Sumter i 8,609 .
Hendry 12, 52 .6 Suwannee 81
Hernando 1l, 15 .6 Taylor 507
Highlands 4,575 2.5 Union 83
Hillsborough i)21i6,4j8 9.9 i Volusia 42,088 1.9
Holmes 30 W Wakulla 3,141 .1
Indian River 29,352 1.3 Walton 20 1
Jackson 56 Washington 6
Jefferson 1_0 1-
Lake !j259,823 11.8 TOTAL 2,195,035 100.0

-"Less than .05
-1No citrus trees shipped into Hamilton, Lafayette and Liberty Counties.







Table XV. Percentage Distribution of Kind of Rootstock by Scion Variety, July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957


Rough
Variety Lemon


ORANGES
Valencia
Pineapple
Parson Brown
Hamlin
Lue Gim Gong
Surprise Navel
Washington Navel
Sunmerfield Navel
Glen Navel
Dream Navel
Other Navels
Ruby Blood
Jaffa
Pope Suinner
Homosassa
Conners Seedless
Enterprise Seedless
Mendenhall
Glen Summer
Queen
Delicious
Other Oranges


All Oranges


67.1
61.3
27.6
33.6
35.9
.6
3.2
8.6
.7
22.4
1.6
.7
59.9
1.2
7.9
71.4

51.7
6.8
72.2
11.3
21.2

56.6


Other
Lemon



22.7
18.8
9.5
7.0
.h

1.5

2.9
.2
3.3
24.3
3.5
3 -:5
85.1
S28.6

48.1

27.2
.6
5.9

18.0
l


Sour ISweet
Orange Sweedling


6.1
6.5
34.7
32.1
59.7
21.3
27.0
23.5
28.7
21.5
31.9
27.h
12.3
9.1
4.0


8.0
.2
69.2
.6
68.1
15.6

13.3
_i-i--


22.4
27.7
13.6
-"** -1i


Trifo-
liate


.1
.3
1.9

.9

13.4

3.9


21 .5 1.5
16.3
19.8
53.5 .1


52.1

214.0


.6 1 .2

3.3 .2


Cleo- Grape-
patra fruit




2.9
7.7
22.7
19.2


3.1
3.4
31.9
0.n n


48.7
16.8
36.9
1.0
3.9
36.1
3.0

39.9




5.6

8.3


.6


Other


.1

.1


S7U.7


134.7

.1


Own Unknown




.1 .1

1.7




-i-
1.5

-* .1
30.0
.3 .1








.2 2.0

.1 .1


--Less than .05

(D


L




2












Table XVI. Percentage Distribution of Kind of Rootstock by Scion Variety, July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957


Variety


GRAPEFRUIT
Marsh Seedless
Duncan
Conners Prolific
Foster
Thompson
Red Seedy
Red Seedless
McCarty
Triumph


Excelsior
Davis Seedle
Royal
Leonardi
Silver Clust
Isle of Pine
Walters
Other Grapef


All Grapef


Rough Other
Lemon Lemon
4----C-- -


46. 14
41.5

34.5
46.0
14.2
20.7
L0.6
16.7
100.0


ass (2.
38.7
100.0
er 80.9
53.8
12.5
ruit 31.9


ruit 34.9


21.6
3.9

29.6
11.5
7.7
21.4
53.1
27.8

1.2
6.5

4.8
22.1

13.5


16.8


Sour
Orange


26.5
33.9
100.0
9.8
23.0
55.3
20.5
6.3
14.h

1.8
19.3

14.3

4.2
13.8


29.6


Sweet
Seedling


.6
6.1


5.h.
.3
.6

11.1


3.2




16.6


1.7


Trifo-
liate


1.6
9.6

5.9
3.3
.1
3.8









7.8


3.1


Cleo- Grape-
patra fruit


3.1
4.0

11.5
5.9
22.l
32.8



S.7
32.3


10.0
83.3
6.0


12.3


4.7





18.9



9.6

.3


Other


I .1
.6

.1
.1

.2









6.5


.2


Own Unknown




S.1
.1

8.6 I
.1


.8


1.2



1.5

3.6


.1


-Less than .05


--- -----~---- -'----


---r -'--~-- -----~~


I


I


__






Table XVII. Percentage Distribution of Kind of Rootstock by Scion Variety, July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957
Rough IOther Sour Sweet Trifo- Cleo- Grape-
Variety Lemon Lemon Orange Seedling late patra fruit Other Own Unknown
IMADARIN
King 59.0 4.2 20.6 1.6 .1 13.3 .4 .8
Temple 6.0 1.3 l.h 1.7 .1 62.3 .4 .6 2
Oneco Tangerine 71.0 14.8 6.1 1.4 6.2 .3 .2
Dancy Tangerine 45.0 35.1 5.7 5.9 1*7 6. 1 .1 1
Other Tangerines L5.8 33.1 5.4 1.1 .8 13.5 .1 .2
Clementine 3.3 4.6 70.8 21.3
Murcott Honey 1i.5 27.1 2.7 2.0 "" 53.7
Ponkan 83.7 .4 15.5 .4
Other Mandarins 10.6 2.3 66.4 11.3 9.1 .3
Owari Satsurma .2 5.2 6.h 72.7 7.1 8.4
Silverhill Satsuma 100.0
Kawano Wase Satsuma 100.0
Other Satsumas 1,0 .1 12.9 26.h 16.8 38.7 4.0 .1
All Mandarin 12.1 10.9 10.1 9.9 6.6 49.0 .2 1.1 .1
LIKES
Tahiti 82.5 8. 1.7 ..9 1.2 .2 .2 4.9 *
Key 61.3 6.4 3.6 2.9 4.3 .2 .7 16.2 1.4
Rangour 27.8 11.1 55 44k.5 11.1
Bearss 100.0
Other Limes 9.8 4.7 2.0 1.5 3.5 66.9 11.3 .3
All Limes 77.1 7.9 1.8 1.1 .2 4.9 .2 .3 6.3 .2
LO1NS
Ponderosa 35.6 14.5 29.3 2.1 16.1 .3 1.0 1.1
Villafranca 4.6 1.2 32.3 .1 10.0 51.8
Meyer 26.7 5.9 3.0 2.5 5.9 5.8 .3 49.7 .2
Harvey 15.4 .1 6h.O 1.7 1.6 17.0 .1 .1
Everbearing 9.6 17.3 12.8 19.3 5.1 35.9
Messina 98.3 1.7
Avon 6R.8 .1 .1 5.7 25.3
Sicily 95.0 5.0
Other Lemons 11.9 85.U .7 4 .1 .8 .1 1 .2 .8
All Lemons 22.1 139.8 8.4 1.0 2.0 4.9 1 .2 21.5 .1
*Less than .05







Table XVIII. Percentage Distribution of Kind of Rootstock by Scion Variety, July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957


Variety


TANGELOS
Thornton
Orlando
Seminole
Minneola
Other Tangelos
All Tangelos

KUMC' UATS
Marumi
Meiwa
Nagami
Other Kumriuats
All Kumquats

MISCELI IT-7TS
Eustis Limequat
Lakeland Limequat
Other Limequats
Calamondin
Shaddock
Citron
Other Citrus
All Miscellaneous


Rough
Lemon



55.9
19.8
12.7
19.3
22.8
19.9


4.0
5.6
23.3
30. 4
17.1


16.3
41.3
37.1
38.6
18.7


36.9


ALL CITRUS

-"Less than .05
ZS/fj 3/20/58
Exp.Sta., Ag.Ec. 1500


Other Sour
Lemon Orange


3.0
3.6
1.7


.3
.5
2.24
21.9
3.8



8.8
.9
1.9

50.0
o.o8
L.8


17.3


6.9
80.5


17.1
49.2
11.1


.3
9.1
7.8
11.1
8.2


1.9
22.5
6.0
6.1
62.5

32. 4
8.5


13.2


Sweet Trifo-
SweedlJng! late



2.9
10.3 .1
1.3 2.6
I -i i


4.
4.7
9.3



.2
1.6
.1
1.0



1.6

.4

50.0

.6


3.8 i
i


93.9
72.2
28.3
12.9
14.6


l14.3
16.5
33.6
12.1



14.5


1.0


12.2


her Own Unknown




.1 i- "i


j-


.1 .2 .4


Cleo- Grape-
patra fruit Ot
i---


35.3
59.L 2
2.9
50.9 3.4
18.7 .3
55.6 .1


1.5
9.9 2
25.7 1
15.9 .1:
18.3 -


37.5
8.5
17.2
31.0
18.8

67.6
29.0


*:


2.1
D.7
3.1
5.6



.3
2.6
5.5



4.4,


-------- ----- --------L------t-------t------t---+-----


.7
.5
1.8


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