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December 1959


AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS
MIMEO REPORT 60-7


MOVEMENT OF CITRUS TREES


FROM

FLORIDA NURSERIES


JULY 1, 1928

TO
JUNE 30, 1959


ZACH SAVAGE
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMIST



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS
FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATIONS
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA








Agricultural Economics Mimeo Report 60-7


MOVEMENT OF CITRUS TREES FROM FLORIDA NURSERIES
JULY 1, 1928 to JUNE 30, 1959













Zach Savage
Agricultural Economist












Department of Agriculture~ Economics
Florida Agricultural Experiment Stations
Gainesville, Florida


December 1959






Page 1


I -VITNT 07' 21PUS TRITS rF FLOFIDA NTUSFPIFS
JULY 1, 1928 to JUNE 30, 1959

Data of this publication were reported by Florida nurserymen to the Nursery
Inspector of the Florida State Plant Board, Dainesville 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 Agri-
cultural Economics, Florida Agricultural Experiment Stations, Gainesville assem-
bled these data from the invoices in +he 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, 1959


Year Oranes Grape- Man-
Year fruit darin


1928-29
1929-30

1930-31
1931-32
1932-33
1933-34'
1934-35
1935-36;
1936-37;
1937-38
1938-39
1939-140


699,343 305,641
296,306: 328,991


L01,023
431,123
499,864
b4o,541
351,289
531,081
746,9714
799,439
512,526
403.775


1940-41 592,208
1941-142 579,809
1942-43 533,802
1943-44 701,977
1944-45 611,854
1945-46! 722,550
1946-47; 728,882
1947-48: 518,383
1948-149 399,444
1949-50 975,382

1950-511 917,218
1951-52 608,111
1952-53 698,689
1953-54 1,102,570
1954-55 1,445,932
1955-56 1,566,297
1956-57 1,882,1459
1957-58 855,495
1958-59 2,181,893


264,803
72,657
144,412
158,359
89,168
153,469
106,296
150,557
87,876
80,588

85,954
61,069
10'4,754
136,637
125,135
223,117
281,637
238,602
217,605
383,805

344,256
220,615
217,162
158,372
90,426
59,101
53,0514
37,357
102,613


S271,403
139,877

91,725
62,1192
53,391
74,187
30,880
34,128
38,427
26,507
21,795
21,819

36,156
58,413
55,545
65,184)
81,391
96,302
128,895
137,151
1.48,337
178,188

163,873
98,378
78,669
132,017
186,357
180,979
158,150
110,855
197,91?4


SLi.nes

8,3486
8,597

S11,187
25,687
i7,785
40,616
33,666
61,207
123,051.
80,034
47,!32
26,899

26,550
14,4h12
14,406
11,931
15,190
20,87?4
31, 755
26,392
33,635





71,559
27,i683
S17,769
21,387
39,722


Lemons Tongelos,

2,020; 904
1,907 899

3,031 1,340
3,771 1,134
4,313 1,588
22,438! 1,818
11,4936 3,065
29,4721 1,989
19,381 5,295
13,407 3,515
8,600' 3,431
6,h435 3,294

2,9611 5,233
2,751; 6,30
2,229 8,379
3,287 18,015
2,109 11,451
1,970 13,849
6,328 6,259
)1,224 6,220
5,923 11,020
6,875 31,236


7,351
6,ohO
6,908
31,621
63,333
29,398
;31,8645
18,736
29,762


30,159
23, 7,6
214,305

L66,03S
10,128
39,216
32,604
51,165


Other
Citrus

74,879
9,389

15,161
6,985
11,237
16,101
7,865
11,047
16,560
10,593
19,665
16,555

15,187
24,130
9,507
9,291.
9,907
7,912
10,104
12,813
11,815
17,502

19,714
21,527
30,203
19,159
23,187
19,751
12, 542
9,027
12,122


Total


362,538
785,916


788,270
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
1,086,574
1,196,860
943,785
830,779
1,614,168

1,499,777
1,004,113
1,091,192
1,565,816
1,926,829
1,932,637
2,195,035
1,085,461
2,615,221





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Table II. Orange Trees


Val-
Year encia

1928-29 285,420;
1929-301101,383
1930-31 143,141i
1931-32 181,531
1932-33 168,283
1933-341139,228
1934-35 122,152
1935-36:152,071
1936-37 203,039
1937-38 184,011
1938-39 1ii7,18
1939-40'131,662
1940-li 189,090
1911-42 196,199
1942-43 170,399
1943-4 241,379
1944- 45232,037
1945-46 248,085
1946-47 329,089
1947-48 258,850
1948-49 208,L 57
1949-50 L82,530
1950-5!483,032
1951-52 319,104
1952-53 371,056
1953-541660,867
1954-551861,525
1955-566 947,935
1956-57 995,273
1957-58 399,811
1958-59 803,576


Toved from Florida Nurseries to Florida Destinations
July 1, 1928 to June 30, 1959


Pine- Parson H Lue Oim' Pope Other
apple Brown amin Gong Navels ;?uner Oranres

101,362 83,323' 60,084! 48,943 2,090 118,121
55,8143 27,936 29,633' 12,976i 760 67,775
L8,632 531,817i1 49,199 20,1438; 2,046 85,720
L7,207 14 ,691 69,892 1.9,907 1,860 65,157
51,756 46,899 111,064i 30,003; 5,122 86,)37
53,509 27,761 121,7143 23,196; 6,299, 68,805
23,027i 19,3771109,078 27,566, 4,222 45,867
.58,5614 27, 432 174,6868 34,681 6,316; 77,331
63,230, 30,763i253,718 hL,909 7,999' 1,060137,256
78,713; 51,062 268,281 50,959; 5,276 13,516 147,621
70,827 30,996 158,090 30,101 5,893 17,392' 2,079
42,9561 27,358 92,199! 22,538 12,982 14,757; 59,023
86,5531 37,545 145,350; 31,158 30,619i 71,893
65,002 51,761 122,023 35,776 29,1l19i 79,626
48,345 148,809 126,601 27,086 18,570132,012 61,980
78,196 53,0321139,356 51,258 41,791'26,972 69,993
67,978 43,383i 164,152 26,692 29,231 5,484 L2,897
90,995 54,316; 197,537 44,334| 29,173 10,845 47,265
77,952i 87,517'120,29 22,459 11,093 23,126i 57,397
60,1111 148,9761 44,366 32,079 22,L46 28,388 23,167
147,806, 38,105: 24,531 25,999 21,034 19,765; 13,747
139,468 1101,8851 58,164 31,295 26,090 '68,8c4, 67,146
201,348 62,5114 35,676 2),868. 22,825 141,024 145,931
157,616 36,912; 20,1063 13,763 19,928 10,543 21,139
180,679 41.,4o05, 35,537. 16,207' 25,8!10, 7,572 20,393
2140,613; 51,3721 59,167, 9,325 b45,062; 7,0%45 29,119
297,663; 58,858 106,907 10,367i 75,776 8,191 26,645
285,997, 55,1051.58,.,39 17,535. 56,228: 2,078i 42,880
381,059 33,4144 379,L,17, 13,1427. 144,621 3,163; 32,055
186,9148 30,464i6187,5 5: 22,836 9,388. 2,050 16,544
499,318: 83,510.667,1986 19,1495 38,890 889 69,017


*NTot tabulated separately


Total

699,343
296,306

1401,023
4131,123
L99,864
440,541
351,289
531,081
746,974
799,439
512,526
b03,775
592,208
579,809
533,802
701,977
611,854
722,550
728,882
518,383
399,44L
975,382
917,218
608,111
698,689
1,102,570
1,h5.,932
1,566,297
1,882,459
855,495
2,181,893




Table III. Grapefruit Trees I'oved from Florida Nurseries to Florida Destinations, July 1, 1928 to June 30, 1959


Year ; ershs Duncan C ners
rSeedless Duncan, Tarly


1928-29
1929-30

1930-31
1931-32
1932-33
1933-34
1934-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
193-39 i
193?-10

19110-1
1941-)42
1942-43
1943-144
1914-145
1945-16
1926-87
1947-48
19141-9
19e9-950

1950-51
1951-52
1952-53 1
1953-5 4
1954-55
1955-56
1956-571
1957-58
1958-59!


151,776 142,379'
122,:.59 U48,U405

110,1891 28,818'
29,511 3,6221
66,389 8,356i
69,213| 7,332
33,501 2,3831
49,580| 8,629i
37,0981 6,5!.6
73,509; 7,!8o
46,585 2,260:
33,382! 3,711;

6.6,688 3,681
26,1471 5,282,
51,027; 8,597
69,0o5i 10,8331
4,6,401! 8,960
75,227 22,680
59,069' 61,912j
32,573: 26,221.
32,8771 12,418
497,)97 27,774;

42,172i 20,550
37,2131 10,1331
21,8801 7,778
27,6714 6,265
25,593 5,61.9
20,605 1 4,807
19,253; 6,056'
20,975 3,339,
73,790: 9,806!


23,039
24,0664

25,272
7,279
11,818
6,747
3,892.
1,229
774
3,860
62
36.

197.
159:
516
107
165:
1,189
1,924.
1,601
315,
786:

1,126
29
2143
268
37
1
3
3
31:


Red Red
Seedy Seedless


Foster Thompson
J

3,225 1,607
2,819 1,671

1,041 1,955
5,029 7,654
6,752 12,45
11,293 31,139
5,869 18,7)42
8,669 34,132
6,924 32,877
6,8L9 344,634
1,358 28,785
1,998 28,932

2,240 23,796
726 24,355
740 25,383
3,314 30,242
4,674 35,563
2,755; 61,226
2,915 81,035
884 112,387
1,385 93,069
54,603 89,703

49,274 58,744 !
25,217, 41,986
20,598 3L,602
18,0071 13,431
5,850: 8,8L3
6,614 6,365
4,919 4,122
2,206 1,935
1,732 3,0214


3,651

1,561
1,688
8,209
4,277
3,524
45,10o
15,958
55,071
611,1T61
97,879

108,319
52,380
74,060
52,160
25,366
10,398
7,811
2,805
6,870


,alters UTcCarty Ecel-
Ssior

4,523 10,551 14,863
6,722 4,673 28,702

912 778 16,298!
553 384 2,261
658 1,236 6,157;
525 62)1 3,890;
297 156 4,606;
90 261 3,055
,03 1,019 3,329
627 661 8,066:
39 600 1,3941
24 600 393,

8 1,267 733!
2 148 1,1291
3 1,802 850i
3,662 2,154
11,2214 1, 564!
1 7,736 I 3,73
7,122 i 9,804
5,097 1,018i
SI18 2,067'
634 2,4921

17 212 2,7431
18 142 2361
3 255 171:
9 234 169'
9 h7 70|
11 24 38
21 324 8i
5 101 2!
14 8 23


Davis
eed4_


l


122
856
73
255

169
216
398
163
266
1417
798
1,0)47
1417
1,057

274
438
692
243
253
391
169
186
214


ess
h07
o08

23h4
162
201.

254


48,150

53,056
:9,911
48,6)7
37,499
17,476
8,976
9,881
4,370
5,620


Other
Grape-
fruit
53,271
89,068

79,306
16,202
30,400
27,092
21,768
47,824
17,004
14,047
6,720
7,606

5,614
3,890
7,229
12,840
12,79h
3,038
11,100
2,703
13,1)8
13,230

7,769
2,912
5,233
2,413
1,233
871
746
1,521
1,275


Total

305,641
328,991

264,803
72,657
!41,412
158,359
89,468
153,469
106,296
150,557
87,876
80,588

85,954
64,069
104,754
136,637
125,135
223,117
281,637
238,602
217,605
383,805

3l14,256
220,615
217,162
158,372
90,h26
59,101
53,054
37,357
102,613
i --





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Table IV. Lime, Temple and Tangerine Trees M'oved from Florida Nurseries to
Florida Destinations, TiJulr 1, 1928 to June 30, 1959


S-- Limes
.. Other ~
Tahiti ,demor Limes


2,741
3,012


Year

1928-29
1929-301

1930-31
1931-32
1932-33
1933-3bi
1934-35
1935-361
1936-37
1937-38!
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
19h-2-3
1943-44
1944-45
1945-46
1946-47
1947-48
1948-49
1949-50
1950-51
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59


Total Temnle Tangerines

8,348 17,200 1 90,488
8,547 12,731 45,302

11,187 1,348 19,993
2,687 26,004 8,732
47,785 21,571 10,587
.0,616 36,995 7,323
33,666 16,819 i1,934
61,207 23,359 6,110
123,054 27,790 4,467
80,034 18,154 3,736
47,432 12,026 3,835
26,899 12,801 3,.)1l

26,550 25,190 6,198
14,412 12,745 8,812
14,406 42,217 5,876
11,931 48,510 7,782
15,190 64,954 5,902
20,874 77,083 i 11,938
34,755 92,192 22,349
26,392 111,674 17,153
33,635 109,901 21,626
21,180 115,388 33,228

17,206 115,749 j 17,331
25,696 57,194 12,661
35,256 40,197 11,696
87,232 55,833 25,930
71.,559 70,207 26,817
27,683 81,672 28,378
17,769 86,463 16,539
21,387 47,445 12,118
39,722 61,847 34,685


5,607
5,~35


S-323
!3,732
18,846
14,810
13,03
19,129
2 53,103
36,054
11,563
6,044
2,246 3,713
878 6,466
2,301 1,561
2,385 4,023
1,146 2,788
8,758 1,733
14,829 6,553
7,.174 3,315
4,.17 11,548
1,521 5,712

879 5,129
325 16,924
6 h,132
20,182
7,613
4,5:15
2,858
15,846
27,703


5,864
11,955
28,939
25,806
20,631
.2,078
69,949
43,980
35,869
20,855

20,591
7,068
10,544
5,523
11,256
10,383
13,373
15,903
17,670
13,947
11,198
8,147
31,118
66,750
63,946
23,168
14,911
5,541
12,019





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Table V. Lemon Trees Moved From Florida Nurseries to Florida Destinations
July 1, 1928 to June 30, 1959

Year Vlla- Perrine Meyer Sper-i Ponde- Other Total
Ye franca i rola rosa Lemons

1928-29 .89 124 155 1,252 2,020
1929-30 353 131 157 1,266 1,907
1930-31 )21 785 164 1,661 3,031
1931-32 1,028 36 8L6 182 1,679 3,771
1932-33 645 853 1,062 223 138 1,392 4,313
1933-34 361 16,80 1 1,961 1 322 2,989 22,L38
1934-35 192 6,800 1,9394 716 74 1,770 11,486
1935-36 255 24,134 2,207 29!. 236 2,3L6 29,472
1936-37 258 13,777 1,360 9 155 3,822 19,381
1937-38 239 6,291 1,355 856 310 4,356 13,L07
1938-39 215 1,585 2,019 201 241 1, 309 8,600
1939-40 139 624 3,417 101. 304 1,850 6,435
.19O0-41 148 259 939 264 1,351 2,961
1941-42 139 138 812 258 366 1,038 2,751
1942-43 144 130 1,066 i 6 329 554 2,229
1943-44 296 198 1,178 10 379 1,226 3,287
1944-64 112 244 720 11 233 789 2,109
19i5-46 65 9 771 39 150 636 1,970
1946-47 86 3 1 ,7 7 15 387 4,090 6,328
1947-48 70 5 1,981 1 351 1,816 4,224
1948-49 50 3,061 981 1,831 5,923
1949-50 52 3,200 8 925 2,690 6,875
1950-51 8B 16 3,567 11 1,346 2,327 7,351
1951-52 31 2 2,b26 2 1,077 2,102 6,040
1952-53 100 3,66)4 1,I58 1,686 6,908
1953-54 31 5 7,858 1,150 22,577 31,621
1954-55 2,709 10 11,136 947 8,531 63,333
1955-56 840 i 9 8,193 888 19,468 29,398
1956-57 2,040 6 9,93 953 18,913 31,845
1957-58 5,083 L,li4h4 702 8,507 18,736
1958-59 822 6,025 78)4 22,131 29,762







'Iovement of Orange Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959


urang<


Valencia
Pineapple
Parson Brow


es




n


Hamlin
Lue Gim Gong
Surprise Navel
' ashington Navel
Suimerfj eld N"Tavel
Clean Navel
'ream Navrel
Other Navels
Ruby Blood
Jaffa
Pope Su.inmer
Iomosassa
Conners Seedless
walkers l.arly
Enterprise Seedless


'e;endenhall
Glen summer
Cueen
Delic ous
Other Oranges


Total


Alachua


33
158
521
262


26
648
2

18
7


1, 10


Baker


Brad-
Pay ford


148

15
; 5


17 194
............ I_


25


1
3

5


2


261


Char-
Brevard Bro-rard lotte
lotte


5,414 2561 1,939
2,513 108 L43
43 2 3
1.731 36 74


321
229
66
2,863
3


29


1---,858
17,8581


20

5 14
66
2
1
145 3

21 .11

4

2
1


10

1 20


673 2,508


Citrus


352
17
305
4,783
1


60












5,603




5,603


Clay


6
28
13
475
1

3
76
1


Collier'


39
21

14


5


80


Table VI.


Dade


2,1437
2,339
20
443
2

1
1
11

10

2
1
32




2


135


5,436







Table VI. Movement of Oranre Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959 (continued)


Oranges



Valencia
inespple
Parson Brownm
Hamlin
Lue Gim Gon
Surprise Navel
iashin.ton Navel
curm erfield Navel
Glen I avel
Dream Mavel
Other i]avels
Ruby 1.1 ood
Jaffa
Pope S-umer
Homosassa
Conners Seedless
alkers Early,
interT)rise Seedless
1tendenhall
Glen Surmer
Queen
Deelicious
Other Oranges


Total


De Soto



14,727
6,848
1
1,254
13,62



2

1


SEscam-
Duval bia


1,206 1,173
912 2,595
286 1
835 1,086
63, 10
I ^i


Flagler Ga


6
2

5


ds den





28


260
77


1

11
1 7:


2











2


36,159 3,703 1i,869 20


28


Glades


G'lf Hardee HF


62,214
S!,70
21,107
1


i I


93











3 I 35


1 3 1!42,220


<7 n066


J


er- i h-
cndry nando: lands
_-.-- .- .! .- ,.

1,100 2,302 h9,3hL
2,5L3 18,370o 8,675
8 801 1,581
,180 113,341 11,367
1

6
6


8 j 19
1








226

13,3031 1,207


7,846 hP,121 72,1!26






Table VI. Movement of Orange Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959 (continued)


Oranges


Hills-
borough


Valencia
Pineapple
Parson Brown
Hamlin
lue Gim Gong
Surprise Navel
'Iashington N'avel
Sumrnerfield Tavel
Glen Navel
Dream Navel
Other travels
Ruby Blood
Jaffa
Pope Summer
Ho;mosas'sa
Conners Seedless
ILalkers Zarly
Enterprise Seedless
- endenhall
Glen Summer
Queen
Delicious
Other Oranges


Total


94,568
b1, 152
1,603
87,625
164

330
108
118
17
382
5


Indian
River

21,063
S9,160
23
h,814
2,100
1
13
2,388


175
1


398
1
800

1,388


28,865


183


h0,864i


^- -
Lake iLee Leon


146,199 5,280 1
1.6,471 3,85i 1
Ll,8649, 3k4:
155,597 201
217 352; 1

599 6!
6,947' 301
5 2
2,804, SQ
2


5, 131






2;
1,225;

46: 61]


4o01,.26 9,720


I
Levy



S 3
3








1










1


Manatee


8,088
4h,25
161
1,,lh
2
13
12

12
58
780
1
111


2
253





9


3 8 15,371


-arJ on Martin


4,533 2,600


b,3'J(
1 i- 002


10,691
14


1,413
2
4
1,098

9
100


1





3


38,2142


3.52
1
13
2


3,020


[-


Monroe Nassau


1
2
1 13
17










2










23 13







Table VI. HIovement of Orange Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959 (continued)


Oranges


Valencia
Pineapple
Parson Brown
Harmlin
Lue Gim Gong
Surprise Navel
Lashin-ton navel
Summerfield Navel
Glen Navel
Dream ITavel
Other Navels
Ruby Blood
Jaffa
Pope Summer
Homosassa
Conners Seedless
Nalkers Early
Enterprise Seedless
IIendenhall
Glen Summer


Queen
Delicious
Other Oranges


Total


SOka- Okee-
loosa chobee


Orange Osceola


3 h!i6 181,867
3 133 131,514
1 1 12,899
126 115,161
2 2 16


1













11


6,798
8,9c9
1,9C3
9, C9
1


180 3:
2,583 27
1 600 1
23
5 3,465 12
15
20
3
2
36 ii

275

157 1
1,901
1,725 2,279
1,636


713 1A, 076 28,966
713 484,076 28,966
. i, .. .


Palm
Beach

2,928
1,260
8
25
7


---L ----c--


4,3 1


i.


81,685 '1,580


Pasco


46,013
L11,897
195
L9,.h6
1
100
34
h
201

2,158

2








3
1,300


Putnam


3,068
320
822
5, 544
3

27
10


376,72h 9,885


Saint
Johns

5
313

178


1h
64


Sajnt
Lucie

19,016
3,193
2
1,o75
38

4


PJ
1

8,
2,

3,



1,


uP
(D
1,0


. . .


nel- Polk
Polk
as

311 96,744
1h3 105,228
198 3,665
258 128,243
24 2,118
5 98
51 h71
001 75
3 1'
33 383j
200 1,100!
5 21
23 i 839i

81
1

272



11 36,494

37 1,1791


153
5

330





2

5
26


584 23,843


)6





Table VI. Movement of Orange Trees to Destinations b7- Counties, July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959 (concluded)


Oran-es


Santa
Rosa


Valencia
Pineapple
Parson Brown
Harlin
Lue Gim Gong
Surprise Navel
Sashington Navel
Summerfield Navel
Glen Navel
Dream Havel
Other Navels
Ruby Blood
Jaffa
Pope Summer
Homosassa
Conners Seedless
Walkers Early
Enterprise Seedless
Mendenhall
Glen Summer
Queen
Delicious
Other Oranges


Total


*1

1


2


Sara- Semi- Sunter!
sota ole

1,5004 6,239 3,259
6557 8,298 1,506
93 230 218
84 11,733 3,097
309
32
34
77
6
26
26 372 197

19 1 1
411


49


2
S 11 25

14 10

0o cn in 7n R P7 ?


Taylori


Vo1,ilsi~


I


aton ~ngtonsh-
lalton
ington


7,202
1 4,527
198
15,818
78

47
720
25
12
1,113
2
28


2

96

1
378

87


1 30,334


*No orange trees shipped into Calhoun, Columbia, Dixie,
Jefferson, Lafayette, Liberty, hadison, Suwannee, Union


Franklin, GJlchrist, Hamilton, Holmes, Jackson,
and bTakulla Counties.


i


1






















ii


3J


i4





















4


Totals


803,576
4199,318
83,510
'67,198
19,l495
478
1,024
19,092
1,033
564
16,699
169
1,l111
889
223
63
577
388
398
183
L1,089
4,013
20,793


2,181,893


~VJlv/


: J/VV










Table VII. Movement of Grapefruit Trees to Destinatfons by Counties, July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959


Grapefruit

Marsh Seedless
Duncan
Conners Prolific
Foster
Thompson
Red Seedy
Red Seedless
ScCarty
Tri-nmph
Excels or
Davis Seedless
Royal
Silver Cluster
Isle of Pine
Walters
Other Grapefruit


Total


IBrd- har-
Alachua Baker Bay ford revrd Broward Citrus Clay Collier Dade

518 1,57 49 9 i 17 1 5 13
8 1 2 2 31 37 i 8 3 1 i 7
1
2 2 8 6 3 2 7
4 i 4 6 5 6 1 31 100
26 25 54 76 8 3 194
89 15 366 2 2 3 17 5
2


24 J 183

5
3 1 3 38

9 2 2 9 2 6
158 0 6 2,~8 '7 27 1789 2 1,O'


17 89 22


158 20 6 6 2,0F8


277


157


1,051










Table VII. Movement of Granefruit Trees to Destinations hy Counties, July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959 (continued)


I.
C




F
T








I

C


Grapefruit E



larsh Seedless
)uncan
;onners 'rolific
_oster
ihoinpson
?ed Seedy
.ed Seedless
;c Cart
triumphh
xceleijor
)avis Seedless
Royal
Silver Cluster
[sle of Pine
Jalters
otherr Grapefruit



Total


e Soto!



15
15



2
15








I


Duval Escm-



561
140 6

204
38

47 I








1 3



991 9


... _--j


Flagler







1
7













8


Gadsden




1


















1


Gulf






3


3


Hardee


6
15


8


29


Hendry




2

1
1
2

.


Her-
nando


10
13


3





9


-iandh- Hilos-
lands borough


9.5


3
8


532
1,751


3,293


7,207
339
9
83
394
92
618
1

210

1

1

83



9,038


-t-










Table VII. Movement of Grapefruit Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959 (continued)


Grapefruit Holmes


Marsh Seedless
Duncan
Conners Prolific
Foster
Thompson
Red Seedy
Red Seedless
h-icCarty
Triumph
Excels:-cr
Davis Seedless
Royal
Silver Cluster
Isle of Pine
alters
Other Grapefruit 1


ian


Ind
Riv


20,




1,


er fe


207
1

55
571
1hh
171

1






36


Total 1 22,186


4ef-
;rson


1


1 ll,


:Leke Lee Le


7,215 112
894i 98
6
4oq
4h94- 32
1 1, c7


328 66




hi



Lh5 h7


,109 373


on Levy Mad ion



1 3 1

2


I'Tnatee


1,79$
377

11
259
97
17


11



2


1 2,580


25








1


27 5


"4ar on martin


34 17
31 5


(


2





22




105


18
176
2
40











301


J


-J










Table VII. Movement of Grapefruit Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959 (continued)


Grapefruit


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


Total


Monroe
_4 -------4

1;

S 1 I

i






12




S14


Ok
lo


S- i Okee-
osa chobee


4 10
9 10

2 5


3 11








2


20 36


Orange Osceola


41,733
295
11
66/ ;


192


153
713


9





13

186
6,186 ;


185
98

7
25
5
20
1





8


Palm
Pasco
Beach


131 I 769
77 47
4
18 18
75
16 32
98 128




2

1

13


421 1,011
1 .


Pinel-:


Th11..
ru uriam


las


3,075
540

264
98




10

20

1

113


4,692


13,933
6,171

52
99
7466
989'








257.


22,247


97
25

3
7
28
120
2







7


289


i


I


rutrnam


Saint
Johns


621
1

114
1
25
9











671


4,733
295
II








Table VII. Movement of Grapefruit Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959 (concluded)


Grape


'fruit
-


Tarsh Seedless
Duncan
Conners Prolific
Foster
Thompson
Red Seedy
Red Seedless
MlcCarty
Triumph
Excelsior
Davis Seedless
Royal
Silver Cluster
Isle of Pine
Valters
Other Grapefruit


Total


Saint
Lucie


8,816
3

281
15
668
13h

2






9 1


9,920


Sara-
soto


46
197

31
110
59
l02




7



31


1,283


Semi-


n


ole


253
43

73
73


SUI


30


419


Q Sn Vt -


ter nee Taylor


i '
1 i

2 i


2








3


46 3 1


*No grapefruit trees shipped into Calhoun, Columbia, Dixie, Franklin, Gilchrist,
Lafayette, Liberty, Nassau, Santa Rosa, Union and eashington Counties.


Glades, Harilton, Jackson,


Volusia Wakulla


293
98 9

66
132
171
109
log


10



1

23 2


903 11


Walton







1
2











3


Totals


73,790
9,806
31
1,732
3,024
5,620
6,870
8
3
239
21L
45
5
99
4
1,123


102,613


I





Table VIII. Movement of Mandarin Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959


King
Tempi
Oneco
Dancy
Other
Cleme
1'urco
Ponka
Other
Gwari
Other


Mandarin Alachua! Baker

i
e 18 15
Tangerine
Tanrerine 11
Tangerines 4
ntine
tt Honey 5
n 10
Landarins
Satsuma 19 320
Satsumas 73


Total 1.1 335


Iandarin


King
Temple
Oneco Tangerine
Dancy Tangerine
Otier Tangerines
Clementine
Murcott Honey
Ponkan
Other Fandarins
Owari Satsuma
Other Satsumas


Total


i Br
Bay fB
fo


1





28
29


Dade De Soto Duval


242 2
'87 407 50
240 1


3
29


220
4
1
2



1,228


41
2 52
1
15 1,576
137
6
925
1 937


425 3,728


ad-
ird





1


7 1,229 110


:Escam-
Sbia



S1


Brevard B:

116
1,0140
14
13
34


14

7


I Frank-


1


46
13


60


reward Calhoun I


* J


L- Gadsden:











Sho
2 54


2h
h49

2
5

10
20


32 3:


Glades



1


2 9 4 1


har-
Lotte

1
153
167

6

6

1i

)


Citrus,


42

5


5


4
135


339
355


Coalm-
bia


3


34 191 721 16


Gulf Hamilton Hardee He
"K -. '


303








6 3


6 306


3


Her-
!ndiry nando


6
19 7
3 1
8
11

4 3



1 5


38 32


C'
(FJ
-


Clay Collier


18 10
10

3
1 4


5
2





Table VIII. Movement of Mlandarin Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959 (continued)


Ilandarin


King
Temple
Oneco Tangerine
Dancy Tangerine
Other Tangerines
Clementine
Murcott Honey
Fonkan
Other Mandarins
Owari Satsuma
Other Satsumas

Total


Mandarin

King


High-
lands


9,394


Hills-
borough

235
2,U458
51
259
155
2
2,020
6
6
1
678


10,409 5,871


Madison Manatee

78
1,Ul4


Temple I-1, 6
Oneco Tangerine 57
Dancy Tangerine 98
Other Tangerines 8
Clementine 5
Murcott Honey 431
Ponkan 1
Other Mandarins 4
Owari Satsuma 1
Other Satsurmas 10 12


Total 10 2,337
--- I


Holmes


10
18

28


Marion M


Indian
River


333
856
1
39
30

4,672


S10
1I 48

5,932 58

martin Monroe


7 10
449 17


20



3

39
291


818


166


27
4


31


Lafa-
on yette











2

2


Oka-
Nassau loosa


3
1






26 28
3 76


29 108


Lake



5,239


Lee


61
511
80


1,352 662
2,038 73
319
18,973 250
11 8
2 1
256 h
1,021 8

29,216 1,658


ILeon Levy Liberty
i --1 -- -

2


i 225
I 1


75 26 1
32 1 9

332 30 9


Okee- Palm
ichobee Orange Osceola, Beach

10 762 1 1l
12 j18,177 133 395
3 212 50
15 1,223 30 12
2,396 854 h2
1 I
32,615 6 45 21
646 4
5
80 5
61 6


h0 56,173; 1,673 5 U
i i ___


Pasco


809
3
57
20
1
8,909

1
3
16


9,819


'T)
id
(D)


. .


62





Table VIII. Movement of Maidarin Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959 (concluded)


Mandarin


King
Tenmle
Cneco Tangerine
Dancy Tanqerine
Other Tangerines
Clementine
Murcott Honey
Pornan
Other Mandarins
Owari Satsuma
Other Satsiunas


Total


Pinel-
las


28
2,145
170
120
113

159
2
1
2
2


3,0 51


Polk


53
10,501
95
1,952
2,418

14, 181
2


Putnam



92

9
395


30
23
14


32 319
15 28

29,249 910


Saint !Saint
Johns ILucie
I

158
8 5,0,2
161
1 26
I 2 kj
4 10,159'

800
ij

125

16
105 I 16,199


Santa
Rosa


S
s


ara-
Soto [

7
383
45 j
33
26

1


12
1


Semi-


n


Lf6 1


lole Sumter

15 1
17 j 5
2
1,070 9
3,010 22

5,629 1
1
1 3
27

0 172 i )i


--5-,


I


Mandarin *lolusia !-akulla Walton: ahing Totals
ton
King 38 2,236
Temple 222 7 f 61,817
Oneco Tangerine 10 1,224
Dancy Tan erine 849 7,954
Other Tangerines 971 i 23,271
Clementine 18 3k8
Murcott Honey 344 92,'01
Ponkan 2 i 898
Other Vandarins I 4
Owari Satsuma 18 ; 9 3 12 3,14
Other Satsumas 73 4 21 15 i ,206
Total 2,945 I 13 2 27 157,944

*No mandarin trees shipped into Dixie, Fla' ler, Gilchrist and TUnrion Counties.


---


Suwan- lor
Snee Tav


2
f -









10


I 25










Table IX. Movement of Lime Trees to Destinaticns by Counties, July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959


Limes Alachua


Tahiti
Key
Rangpur
Bearss
Other Limes


Total


Baker




1




1


1 I


1 I 98


ard Broward


37
31


68


Char- I
lotte .Citrus
lotte

54 2
17


2 1


73 3


IC




Cl-


!4


ay ICo





9t
9


7


er Dade !De


8,2I4
282

24
51

8-- 0- 1 .
S,2ho i


SotojDuval


Limes


Fscam-
bia


---- -- -- I---~----.. *- -~

Tahiti 1
Key 1
Ran.pur
Eearss
Other Lines


Total


Hardeei


18
i


Her-
Hendryi
nando

8
3 5


18 11 i 10


High- Hills- Indian
i I Lacke
lands borough River

38 789 159 :3
10 139 1 i 1
3 2
4,766 1 30
1 13,637 1 13


4,815 14,569 191 50


Lee


921
46


9


976


1 I
[Manatee


128
645


301


Sh7h


Marion iMartin


8
2 2
3




13 2


9 '


+*-









Table IX. Movement of Lime Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959 (concluded)


Tat
Ke3
Rai
Eea
Oti


-i Oka- i Okee- ra' alm
Limes ilonroe loosa ch Orange Osceola
7 --eac-

hiti 1 80 7 1 f
S16 17 1 52
igpur 1 2
arss 10 1
ler Limes i 2,012 1


Total 16 1 2 2 j 2,621 8 300


Pi nel-
Pasco s olk Putnam Saint Saint
I I lasV Johns Lucie
I I 69
2 211 182 2 3 69
101 5 1 1 16
1 50

10 16 5,497 5 7

13. ... j .- .' -8 8
13 328 5,73L 8 4 92


Sara- Semi-
Limes sota nol Volusiai Totals
sta n- ole --. .

Tahiti 119 61 j 72 12,019
Key 82 8 I 5 1,008
Rangpur 1 68
Bearss i 21 ,852
Other Limnes 12 125 1 21,775


Total 213 215 79 39,722

"-'o lime trees shipped into Bay, Calhoun, Columbia, Dixie, Flagler, Franlin, Gadsden, Gilchrist, Glades, Gulf,
Hamilton, Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson, Lafayette, Leon, levy, Liberty, Madison, Nassau, Santa Rosa, Sumter,
Suwannee, Taylor, Union, Wakulla, ,lalton and Washington Counties.


_- 71-~r--- ----J-- -. ~-------~-- -r. I:~,T-_-


------- --






Table X. Movement of Lemon Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959


Lemons


Alachua


Ponderosa
Villafranca
Meyer
Harvey
Everbearing
Messina
Avon
Sicily
Other Lemons


Total


214


i Escam-
Lemons ba
Sbia

Ponderosa 1
Villafranca
iejer 9
Harvey
Everbearing
Messina
Avon
Sicily
Other Lemons


Total 10


SBrad-
Baker i ford IBrevard Broward

12 28

26 3 I 51 5
14

7
3,200 86
8 21


26 h 3,292 1U0


Her-
Gulf Hardee Hendry Hnd
nando

10

1 1,383 7 12
1 1 2


S 145


1 1,

1 1,629


Char-
lotte
1
1
71
1




3


77


High-
lands

8

13



9,867


24 9,888
i


Citrus Clay collier



3 4 1
4 1
1

I


8


Hills-
boroughi


33
29
596
11
1
2
S 1
10
412


1,095


Indian
Lake
River ake
----- .I-..-.-.-....

1 13
8
17 63
3
5

547 3
1
1 225

67 320-
567 320
LJ


Dade De Soto

7
6 702
140 671
1
22

401

76


252 1,774


Lee


365
1




71


491


Leon




26








26


Duval

73
15
123
1
1


1
160


374


Manatee


24

173
12
1



60


270





Table X. Movement of Lemon Trees to Destinatiors by Counties, July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959 (concluded)


Lemons


Ponderosa
Villafranca
Meyer
Harvey
Everbearing
Messina
Avon
Sicily
Other Lemons


Total


Lemons

Ponderosa
Villafranca
Meyer
Harvey
Everbearing
Messina
Avon
Sicily
Other Lemons

Total


Marion Martin Mo


4 1
2 1
22 4



1 11

4 2


33 19

Sa ti c
Putnam, jonlms

1

61 i 6





1

66 9


nroe lNassau
- ---I --- -/


1


Oka-
loosa




3


Sumterl Volusia
-- I .--1---- --

52
1
3 159
5
20


1

238


Totals*

78h
822
6,025
1,223
60
46
15,264
3,314
2,224

29,762


SOkee- Palm Pinel-
Lcobee Orange Osceola Beach Pasco las olk
- cbee B-- las

28 i 33 5 199 38
6 1 18
$ 207 32 112 28 4 75 772
1,031 18 2 1 2 80
1 i 1
39 5
31 2 327
S16
25 6 7 14 3 290 765

30 1,39 62 0 001 1,982
30. 1,3h9 62 161 h ko 1,0011 1,982


3 5 3

Saint: Sara- Semi-
Luciel soto nole

29 701 50
32
26 2051 119


, i

17

6

137


3,90%


56i

4,2401 170
I


--No lemon trees shipped into Bay, Calhoun, Columbia, Dixie, FlaFler, Franklin, Gadsden, Gilchrist, Glades,
Hamilton, Hulmes, Jackson, Jefferson, Lafayette, Levy, Liberty, Madison, qanta Rosa, Suwannee, Taylor, Union,
Wakulla, Walton and Washington Counties.










Table XI. Movement of Tangelo Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959


SI iChar-
Tangelos Alachua Brevard Broward! lote Citrus
Tangelosilotte 1
F I I --

ando 27 951 8 50 1
inole 7 6
neola 1 1,287 149 2 1 1
er Tangelos 3 17 8 11 1


31 2,392


Orla
Sem:
Minz
Other









Orla
Semi
Mint
Oth


165


69


Clay iCollier Dade


35 14
23
2 225
1 4 48


3 1 16 A


- -,


Her- High- Hills- Indian
nando lands borough River Lake Lee

1 992 3,955 204 16,189 62
2 9O 7
i 4 762 112 31 77
1 I 1 1,4o 6 2,864 19


4 997 6,207 322 19,084! 165


oto Duval Flagler Hardee
oto i Duval 1Flagler Hardee
-~~ ~ ---- --


32

43
60


310 541


IManateel Marion

-I ... I- ... ....3


2,070
csoA


2,673


139
2


200


Martin


2
2
25
10


39


3 219


212


3 431


Okee-
chobeee



1



1


Orange


6,880

242
910


8,062


Total


Tangelos Hendry


ado
hole 1
sola 6
r Tangelos 1


Total 8 8


ir
Ir
s,


---- -t---


,, V









Table XI. Movement of Tangelo Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959 (concluded)


Tangelos 'Osceola


Orlando i 787
Seminole 4
Minneola 14
Other Tangelos 4

Total 809


Palm Pinel- Saint Saint
Beacn Pasco las Polk Putnam Johns Lucie
...... .. .. -- F .. l -. .. + .- -
BaJohns Lucie

43 748 289 i 1,620 21 17
7 16 1 35 j 2
346 6 1417 85 10 153
5 364 175 671 1 3


401 1,134i 882 2,411 35 17 8


Sara-
soto

217
12
287
48


56k


Semi-
nolemi- Volusia
nole

2,1453 288

1 4
3 122


2,457 414


0O


Tangelos Totals*


rlando 38,775


Seminole


176
r-' ^-


-inneola I U.
Other Tangelos 7,183


Total 51,165

*No tangelo trees shipped into Baker, Bay, Bradford, Calhoun, Columbia, Dixie, Escambie, Franklin, Gadsden,
Gilchrit, Glades, Gulf, Hamilton, Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson, Lafayette, Leon, Levy, Liberty, IMadison,
Monroe, Nassau, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, Sumter, Suwannee, Taylor, Union, Wakulla, Walton and Washington Counties.




Table XII. Movement of Kumquat Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959
uquats Alachua Bake I Brad- Char- Colum-
Ku s Aer Bay fd Brevard rroward Calhoun lotte Citrus Clay ollier bia
Kumquats lachua Baker I i bia

I -I -- r* I
Marumi 1 1
Meiwa 12h 59 2 3 5 15 1 t 1
Nagami 29 179 10 1 55 1! 27 2
Other Kumquatsi 5 11 11 5 1 6 3 1 i
i c ~i I J _---- J -4 --1- -- -'..- ,- i ^
Total 158- :- 238 2 71 2 1 45 12 4 1 3

SEscam- Frank- Hamil- Her- High- Hills-
Kumquats Dade iDe Soto Duval bia lin iadsden Gulf on Hardeeo a borough
i -inand lands borough
!-- i-i------ -


ar
ei
at
ti


.Na
Me:
Na;
Ot'


umi I i 1
iwa 1 ; 12 586 i 18 6 5 10 76
1ami !68 243 17 4 20 I 22 189
ler Kumquats 33 1 79 3 1 3 1 2 11 212
I-- ; j
Total 202 13 908 38 5 23 7 3 477

I Indian Jef-
Kumquats Holmes ~ iver !Jacksoni ferson Lake Lee Leon Liberty Madison! anatee Marion Martin


rumi 2 1 1 6 1
iwa 1 1 96 12 95
garai 1 16 1 305 79 29 3 62 18 11
her Kumquats 2 1 3 60 135 I1 111 9
o1! i 2
Total 5 18 h 2 62 j 226 33 3 1 2 j 33 11


M
M
N
O
Mi
0h







Table XII. Movement of Kumquat Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959 (concluded)


SOka- Okee-
Kumquats Nassau loosa chobee Orange Osceola
__ --- --- --- -i----- j__~~~~t_

Marumi 1
Meiwa 5 1i 10 1O2 13
Nagami j 24 17 11 21
Other Kumquats i 57 2


Total 5 42 27 214 36
Sute


SSanta Sara- Semi-
Kumquats Rosa soto nole

Marumi
Meiwa 37 9


Nagami
Other Kumquats


Total


25 69 8 i
88 30


25 194 123


i Sumter

I----

I 3


'alm
Beach



80
111
19

210


Taylor Volusia


1
57
200
19


277


Pasco
1


2
54


IPinel-
las



33
135
309
*'-- --4


56 4 77


Polk Putnam



30 20
395 4
96 13


521 37


i ~ Wash-
Wakulla Walton ington

i


8


Saint
Johns



2
2
7


Saint
Lucie



40
h
74
4

118


Totals*


26
1,549
2,792
1,844

5,811


-*To kumquat trees shipped into Dixie, Flagler, Gilchrist, Glades, Hendry, Lafayette, Levy, Monroe, Suwannee
and Union Counties.


9








Table XIII. Movement of Miscellaneous Citrus Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959


Miscellaneous

Eustis Limequat
Lakeland Limequat
Other Limequats
Calamondin
Shaddock
Other Citrus



Total



Miscellaneous


Flistis Limequat
Slaikeland Liiaeuuat
Other Limequats
Calamondin
Shaddock
Other Citrus


Total


Alachua I Baker
-- --4


1 i
1


Hills-
borough



40
3,001
64
1


3,106


Brevard Broward


1

0o 23



- 1--*----


1 41


Indian Lake
River



25 2


2


30- 11
30 .: 11


Char-
lotte


1



1
1b1




161


Lee Leon
1-.. .


2
134

1


137


Dade !Duval

201


572 8

294 46



596 1 255
Ma9tee Ma. o


Manatee Mari or





167 33


167


Fscam-
bia


2






2


Martin


9


14


Glades




2




2



Monroe


2



I
2


Hardee






10



10


Oka-
loosa



1





1


Her- High-
nando lands


8

176



184


Okee-
chobee Orange



10 22
3
S140




10 165






Table XIII. Movement of Miscellaneous Citrus Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1957 to June 30, 1958
(concluded)


Miscellaneous


Eustis Limequat
Lakeland Limequat
Other Limequats
Calamondin
Shaddock
Other Citrus

Total

Miscellaneous


Eustis Limequat
Lakeland Limequal
Other Limequats
Calamondin
Shaddock
Other Citrus


Total


Palm i Pinel-
Osceola Beach Pasco Polk
each las

6 I 30
Si 22 34 20
2
1 155 7 593 159
S2
__ 2
7 177 7 633 21


Volusia
i i


ho
2
36

7


85


Sail
Luc
0utnam u
5 \


nt
Le


Sara-
soto


2 7
1 8
7 10 184


60 1 10 203


Semi-
nole


28


82


Totals*


287
257
3,027
2,456
3
281


6,311


-No miscellaneous trees shipped into Bay, Bradford, Calhoun, Citrus, Clay, Collier, Columbia- De Soto, Dixie,
Flagler, Franklin, Gadsden, Gilchrist, Gulf, Hamilton, Hendry, Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson, Lafayette, Levy,
Litc-ty, Miadison, Nassau, Saint Johns, Santa Rosa, Sumter, Suwannee, Taylor, Union, Wakulla, Walton and
Washington Counties*
o,
*j-


t







Page 29


Table XIV.


Movement of All Citrus Trees to Destinations by Counties
July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959


COUNTIES I ALL


Trees

Alachua 1,622
Weaker 638
Bay 282
Bradford 284
Brevard 23,069
Broward 1,360
Calhoun 33
Charlotte .3,399
C;irus 5,837
Clay 1,482
Collier 139


Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Hi ghlands
Iillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
L.c:e

* Less than .05
** No citrus tre


CITRUS


F-


6
17,676
39.262
10, i56
4,990
31
7
146

94
10
144,544
7,919
48,260
102,055
269,228
34
70,110
62
68
2
461,678


Percent

.1



.9
.1
*
.1
.2
.1

*
.8
1.5
.4
.2
*
*




5.5
.3
1.8
3.9
10.3


*
2.7



17.7


Total
I TotalP,_


ALL CITRUS


COUNTIES




Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Volusia
Wakulla
Walt on
Washington


es shipped into Dixie, Gilchrist and Union Counties


Trees

13,746
446
43
12
12
24,146
39,673
3,376
89
52
186
882
558,846
31,925
6,555
93,765
26,6644
439,082
11,290
1,441
50,477
78
9,813
44,343
8,380
7
50
35,275
32
31
37

2,615,221


Percent

.5
*
*


.9
1.5





21.4
1.2
.3
3.6
1.0
16.8
.4
.1
1.9

.4
1.7
.3


1.3

0.0
*


100.0






Table XV.


Percentage Distribution of Kind of Rootstock by Scion Variety, July 1, 195e to June 30, 1959


i Rough
Variety Lemon
SLemon


ORANGES

Valencia $ 9.0
Pineapple 67.2
Parson Brown 19.3
Hamlin 27.3
Lue Gim Gong i91.5
Surprise Navel 1.5
Washington Navel 20.7
Summerfield ITael .6
Glen Navel .6
Dream Navel 1 0,
Other Navels 22.1
Ruby Blood 7.1
Jaffa 50.:4
nope Sumi..er .2
Homosassa 82.1
Conners Seedless
Walkers Early
Enterprise Seedless
Mendenhall 99.5
Glen Summer 6.0
Queen 64.9
Delicious 21.1
Other Oranges 2.6


All Oranges
*Less than .05


48.5


Other i
SLemon




25.2
16.7
8.7
6.7


2.1

.3
.2
.6
1.2
40.l
.1






7.h
.2
25.5


15.9


Sour Sweet
Orange iSeedling
--T--



12.4 1.3
8.8 1.0
51.8 6.7
40.5 10.0
7.7 .7
90.2
32.2 .2
83.3 12.6
6.8 89.8
72.3 .
49.6 5.8
5 .0 12.4
2.1 1.8
16.2 .3

100.0

92.3 7.7
.5
8.8 85.2
5.6 18.3
78.7
69.4 *


23.1 1.6


Trifo-
liate




.1
.1 i
j

.1

3.5

.3

1.0
2.9




'I




.5


.1


Cleo-


pa


1
1

4


2
2




IC
9


tra i




1.8
6.1
3.1
h.6

8.3
1.3
2.8
2.2
3.6
0.0
.6
5.
13.2
.7.9

?9.7



3.8

.3


7.4


Gra
fru


pe-
it




*


.1


I


Other


.1
.1

.1


.1 I


.1
.5
0.8


Own





.1


.2



.7


.1

.1









1.6


.1


Unknown






*

.6






*





.3






.2
.2


3

3(


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







Table XVI. Percentage Distribution of Kind of Rootstock by Scion Variety, July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959


Variety


GRAPEFRUIT

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



All Grapefruit


Rough Other
Lemon Lemon
I-


o0.o 9.6
71.7 11.1
45.2
20.5 28,1
30.0 1.8
36.2 12.6
46.o 5.3
12.5

100.0
85.0 2.4
8.9
100.0
30.3
50.0
51.7 5.3



42.8 9.6


Sour i Sweet
Orange i Seedl



43.1 1.
7.1 4
54.8
23.1
42.6
34.6 1.
14.6 1.
87.5
100.0


51.1

2.0 1
25.0
12.8



36.4


Trifo-
.ing late



.0 .i


0i


,2
,9


2.6


12.7
.9
1.7
1.7


.0

2.9



.9 1.0
1.


*-Less than .05


Grape-
fruit



*1



1.7

9


Other




.


Unknown




1.9


.1
.a
*
.1


Cleo-
patra



3.4
7.5

15.5
22.1
14.8
30.4



1.4
35.6

65.7
25.0
26.4



7.3


Own




.6



.9
.2



-*i


11.Z


1.0

.5



.5I
__.__._L__^~ i





Table XVII. Percentage Distribution of Kind of Rootstock by Scion Variety, July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959


Variety


MANDARIN
King
Temple
Oneco Tangerine
Dancy Tangerine
Other Tangerines
Clementine
Murcott Honey
Ponkan
Other Mandarins
Owari Satsiuma
Other Satpsmuas
All Mandarin

LIMES
T-- iti
Key
Ranrpur
Bearss
Other limes
All Limes

LEMONS
Ponderosa
Villafranca
Meyer
Harvey
Everbearing
Messina
Avon
Sicily
Other Lemons
All Lemons
*Less than .05


1 Rough
Lemon


Other
Lemon
-1- -


eet
edling


;-1


F--


Sour
Orange


.3
.5
.8
15.4
6.0


I


61,9
16,6
85.2
52.6
30,6
21.3
22.7
19.2
4.5

.4
22.9


83.6
52.9
1.5
66.5
1.6
35.7


28.1
1.3
24.8
95.4
3.3
87.0
94.3
.6
48.2
61.9


28.3
9.7
2,8
6.8
3.5
.6
8.8
8.8
64.4
.9
3.4
8.3


2.1
1.5


39.0
22.0


4.3
2.1
1.2
.2
20.0


98.7
1.6
11.6


11.1

.2
8.1


2.2
.8

33.0
.1
4.7


1.8
4.0
8.1
.1
33.3



.4
1.9


!Sw
Sea










I


25.2

.3
46.4
69.8
.6
.6
2.2
6.1
7.1
14.1



.2
5.9

56.0
30.7


.1
.1

.1
1.7
13.0


Trifo-
liate



.1
.2
.2
.1
*
.2
4.5
84.5
48.8
2.6



.3


.3
.2


9.2

5.6
.2




2.3
1.5


Cleo-
patra


4.0
47.6
10.8
24.2
12.6
8.0
53.8
67.7
13.3
1.1
39.8
43.6


1.4
14.9


.1
.9


18.6
3.9
4.4
2.5
40.0

.2

15.2
2.9


Grape-
fruit



.2







.6

.1




85.3

1.5
1.1


4.1

1.8


Other



*
*

.5

.3
.1
3.5

6.6

.2



.8
7.3


*I




.1


Own



.1

.1
*










10.2
28.3


.7
4.2


33.7
88.6
53.8
1.4
1.7

5.5
.7
15.0
1 18.3


16.4
1.3


Unknown



.3
.1
.1

.8




.2
.3
.1


.1
.3

.5
.7
.5


.1






Table XVIII. Percentage Bistribution of Kind of Roctstock by Scion Variety, July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959


Variety


TAu\GE LOS
Orlando
Seminole
Minneola
Other Tangelos
All Tangelos

KUMQUATS
1Harumi
1'eiwa
Nagami
Other Kumquats
All Kumquats


Eustis Limeq'uat
Lakeland Limequat
Other Time -ats
Cala:;,onc.'in
Shaddock
Other Citrus
All Miscellaneous


Rough
Lemon



16.9

12.6
12.6



15.4
3.6
15.8
29.8
16.0


1.7
6.2
.1
41.4
33.3
3.9
16.7


ALL CITRUS 45.6

I-Lese than .05

ZS/jl 12/21/59
Exp.Sta., Ag.Ec. 1000


Other
Lemon



2.9

6
3.9
2.8



.1
.6
4.6
1.5



3.5
-I.N
.9
66.7
2.5
.6


1J4.4


Sour
Orange


6.0
22.7
27.6
23.8
10.7


3.8
.5
3.1
4.1
2.7



2.3
99.3
2.14


48.6


22.2


Sweet
Seedling


18.2
73.9
13.1
10,8
16.9


.1
2.7
3.0
2.0


.3
5.1
.1
1.1


.7


5.7


Trifo-
liate



.1

.1
.7
.2


65.4
60.6
50.6
18.8
45.5


63.1


10.9


7.2


Cleo- Gra
patra fru



42.6
2.3
44.8
38.2
42,1


15.4
25.9
21.2
28.1
24.1




23.7
.4
24.2

17.8
11.4


.4 10.7


pe-
pet Other
it -



* I 11.9
1,I
1.2
* 9.9
" 10.5



.3 4.0
.1 2.3
.9
.1 2.4





1.3


.5


* 1.3


Own


4.9
3.6
10.3
5.6


34.9
58.5
.1
15.9

14.6
10.8


Unknown



1.4


.I
1.1





.4
.1





1.9

61.2
3.5






Page 34


Other publications available of nursery stock movement series:

Agr. Ec. Iimeo Report 59-5 Movement of Citrus Trees from Florida Nurseries,
July 1, 1928 to June 30, 1958.
58-9 Movement of Citrus Trees from Florida Nurseries,
July 1, 1928 to June 30, 1957.
57-5 Movement of Citrus Trees from Florida Nurseries,
July 1, 1928 to June 30, 1956.
56-4 Movement of Citrus Trees from Florida Nurseries,
July 1, 1928 to June 30, 1955


Other publications available of

Agr. Ext. Ser. Ec. Series


Agr. Ec. Series NO.


54-7

53-

52-3


Some other citrus publications:

Agr. Ext. Ser. Ec. Series 58-5
59-3
59-6


citrus costs and returns series:

59-5 26 Years of Citrus Costs and
Florida, 1931-1957.
58-6 25 Years of Citrus Costs and
Florida, 1931-1956.
57-2 2h Years of Citrus Costs and
Florida, 1931-1955.
56-1 23 Years of Citrus Costs and
Florida, 1931-1954.
55-1 22 Years of Citrus Costs and
Florida, 1931-1953.
21 Years of Citrus Costs and
Florida, 1931-1952.
2( Years of Citrus Costs and
Florida, 1931-1951.
19 Years of Citrus Costs and
Florida, 1931-1950.


Returns

Returns

Returns

Returns

Returns

Returns

Returns

Returns


Citrus Grove Records.
How Many Citrus Trees per Acre?
Cost of Planting and Developing Florida
Citrus Groves Through 10 Years of Age.


Circular 119-R, Should I Buy A Citrus Gro- e?
AE Series NO. 54-8, Does Irrigation Pay o-- Your Grove'
Estimating the Value of Citrus Fri.t as It Develops.




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