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January 1961


AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS
MIMEO REPORT 61-6


MOVEMENT OF CITRUS TREES
FROM

FLORIDA NURSERIES


JULY 1, 1928

TO


JUNE 30,


1960


ZACH SAVAGE
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMIST



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS
FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATIONS
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA











Agricultural Economics Mimeo Report 61-6


MOVEMENT OF CITRUS TREES FROM FLORIDA NURSERIES
JULY 1, 1928 to JUNE 30, 1960













Zach Savage
Agricultural Economist












Department of Agricultural Economics
Florida Agricultural Experiment Stations
Gainesville, Florida


January 1961





Page 1


MOVEMENT OF CITRUS TREES FROM FLORIDA NURSERIES
JULY 1, 1928 to JUNE 30, 1960

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 Agri-
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 1. Citrus


Trees Moved from Florida Nurseries to Florida Destinations
July 1, 1928 to June 30, 1960


i
Year Oranges iGrape- Man- Limes Lemons Tangelos Other Total
fruit darin Citrus


401,023
431,123
499,864
440,541
351,289
531,081
746,974
799,439
512,526
403,775
592,208
579,809
533,802
701,977
611,854
722,550
728,882
518,383
399,444
975,382
917,218
608,111
698,689
1,102,570
1,445,932
1,566,297
1,882,459
855,495
2,181,893
1,987,184


8,348
8,547


11,187
25,687
47,785
40,616
33,666
61,207
123,054
80,034
47,432
26,899
26,550
14,412
14,406
11,931
15,190
20,874
34,755
26,392
33,635
21,180
17,206
25,696
35,256
87,232
71,559
27,683
17,769
21,387
39,722
13,858


2,020
1,907

3,031
3,771
4,313
22,438
11,486
29,472
19,381
13,407
8,600
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
18,736
29,762
20,819


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
32,604
51,165
64,286


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
14,815
17,502
19,714
21,527
30,203
19,159
23,187
19,751
12,542
9,027
12,122
15,984


1,362,538
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
2,539,076


- -- -


699,343
296,306


1928-29
1929-30

1930-31
1931-32
1932-33
1933-34
1934-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
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
1959-60


305,641
328,991
264,803
72,657
144,412
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
344,256
220,615
217,162
158,372
90,426
59,101
53,054
37,357
102,613
134,885


271,403
139,877

91,725
62,492
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
148,337
178,188
163,873
98,378
78,669
132,017
186,357
189,979
158,150
110,855
197,944
302,060


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Page 2


Orange Trees Moved
July


from Florida Nurseries to Florida Destinations
1, 1928 to June 30, 1960


Y Val- Pine- Parson Lue Gim Pope Other
ear encia apple Brown Hamlin Gong Navels Summer Oranges


1928-29
1929-30

1030-31
1931-32
1932-33
1933-34
193K-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40

1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
1943-4h
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
1959-60


285,420
101,383

143,141
181,531
168,283
139,228
122,152
152,071
203,039
184,011
147,148
131,662
189,090
196,199
170,399
241,379
232,037
248,085
329,089
258,850
208,457
482,530
483,032
319,104
371,056
660,867
861,525
947,935
995,273
399,811
803,576
817,072


101,362
55,843

48,632
47,207
51,756
53,509
23,027
58,564
63,230
78,713
70,827
42,956

86,553
65,002
48,345
78,196
67,978
90,995
77,952
60,111
47,806
139,468
201,348
157,616
180,679
240,613
297,663
285,997
381,059
186,948
499,318
370,481


83,323
27,936

51,847
45,569
46,899
27,761
19,377
27,32
30,763
51,062
30,996
27,358

37,545
51,764
48,809
53,032
L3,383
54,316
87,517
48,976
38,105
101,885

62,514
36,912
1l, o5
51,372
58,858
55,105
33,b44
30,464
83,510
87,550


60,084
29,633

49,199
69,892
111,064
121,743
109,078
174,686
258,718
268,281
158,090
92,499

145,350
122,023
126,601
139,356
164,152
197,537
120,249
L4,366
24,531
58,164
35,676
29,106
35537
59,167
106,907
158,539
379,417
187,4514
667,198
568,457


48,943
12,976

20,438
19,907
30,003
23,196
27,566
34,681
h4,909
50,959
30,101
22,538

31,158
35,776
27,086
51,258
26,692
44,33L
22,S59
32,079
25,999
31,295
24,868
13,763
16,207
9,325
10,367
17,535
13,427
22,836
19,495
19,324


2,090
760

2,046
1,860
5,A22
6,299
4,222
6,316
7,999
5,276
5,893
12,982

30,619
29,419
18,570
41,791
29,231
29,173
11,093
22,h46
21,034
26,090

22,825
19,928
25,840
45,062
75,776
56,228
44,621
9,388
38,890
36,,56


1,060
13,516
17,392
14, 757


32,012
26,972
5,484
10,845
23,126
28,388
19,765
68, 804

41,024
10,543
7,572
7,045
8,191
2,078
3,163
2,050
889
3,913


118,121
67,775

85,720
65,157
86,1437
68,805
L5,867
77,331
137,256
147,621
52,079
59,023

71,893
79,626
61,980
69,993
42,897
47,265
57,397
23,167
13,747
67,146

45,931
21,139
20,393
29,119
26,645
42,880
32,055
16,544
69,017
83,931


699,343
296,306

401,023
431,123
499,864
4ho,54l
351,289
531,081
746,974
799,439
512,526
403,775

592,208
579,809
533,802
701,977
611,854
722,550
728,882
518,383
399, hh
975,382
917,218
608,111
698,689
1,102,570
1,445,932
1,566,297
1,882,459
855,495
2,181,893
1,987,18l


*Not tabulated separately


Table II.


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Table III. Grapefruit Trees Moved from Florida Nurseries to Florida Destinations, July 1, 1928 to June 30, 1960

Marsh C cnners Thomp- Red Red Excel- Davis Other
ear Seedless Duncan Early sturdy endlesslter s cCarty eed- Grape- Total
.. El son Seedy Seedle ss ior less fruit


1928-29
1929-30

1930-31
1931-32
1932-33
1933-34
1934-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-30
1938-39
1939-4u

1940-l1a
1941-42
1942-1-.
1943-)4'
1944-l4i
1945-4
1946-47
1947-b- -
1948-49
1949-50

1950-51
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60


151,776
122,459

110,189
29,511
66,389
69,213
33,501
49,580
37,098
73,509
46,585
33,382

46,688
26,474
51,027
69,o45
46,401
75,227
59,069
32,573
32,877
47,497

42,172
37,213
24,880
27,674
25,593
20,605
19,253
20,975
73,790
100,064


42,379
48,405

28,818
3,622
8,356
7,332
2,383
8,629
6,546
7,448
2,260
3,711

3,681
5,282
8,597
10,833
8,960
22,680
61,912
26,221
12,418
27,774

20,550
10,133
7,778
6,265
5,6)49
4,807
6,056
3,339
9,806
9,774


23,039
24,064

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

197
159
516
107
165
1,189
1,924
1,601
345
786

1,126
29
243
268
37
1
3
3
31
7


3,225
2,819

1,0)41
5,029
6,752
11,293
5,869
8,669
6,924
6,849
1,358
1,998

2,240


726
7h0
3,314
4,674
2,755
2,915
884
1,385
54,603

49,274
25,217
20,598
18,007
5,850
6,614
4,9 49
2,206
1,732
486


1,6071
1,671;

1,955
7,654
12,445
31,139
18,742
3.,132
32,877
34,634
28,785
28,9321
1


23,796
24,355
25,383
30,242
35,563
61,226
81,035
112,387
93,069
89,703

58,744
41,986
34,602
13,431
8,843
6,365
4,122
1,935
3,024
7,292


48,150

53,056
49,911
48,647
37,499
174,76
8,976
9,881
4,370
5,620
5,441


3,651

1,561
1,688
8.209
4,277
3,524
)45,1o5
45,958
55,071
61,161
97,879

108,319
52,380
74,060
52,160
25,366
10,398
7,811
2,805
6,870
4,116


4,523
6,722

912
553
658
525
297
90
603
627
39
24

8
2
3

1




17
18
3
9
9
11
24

4


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
23)4
47
24
32
10
8
3


14,863
28,702

16,298
2,261
6,157
3,890
4,606
3,055
3,329
8,066
1,394
393

733
1,129
850
2,154
1,56)4
3,743
9,804
1,018
2,067
2,492

2,713
236
171
169
70
38
8
2
239
6


407
408

234
162
201
504
254

122
856
73
255

169
216
398
163
266
417
798
1,047
417
1,057

27)4
438
692
243
253
391
169
186
214
228


53,271
89,068

79,306
16,202
30,400
27,092
21,768
47,82h
17,00L4
14,047
6,720
7,606

5,614
3,890
7,229
12,8)40
12,794
3,038
11,100
2,703
13,448
13,230

7,769
2,912
5,233
2,413
1,233
871
-746
1,521
1,275
7,468


305,641
328,991

264,803
72.657
144,412
158,359
89,468
1.53,469
106,296
150,557
87,876
80,588

85,954
64,069
10- 754
136,637
125,135
223,117
281,637
238,602
217,605
383,805

344L, 256
2209615
217,162
158,372
90,426
59,101
53,o054
37,357
102,613
13L. 885


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Page 4


Lime, Temple and Tangerine Trees Moved from Florida Nurseries to
Florida Destinations, July 1, 1928 to June 30, 1960


Limes
Year Tahiti Idemor Other Total Temple Tangerines
Limes


1928-29
1929-30

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

1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
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
1959-60


5,607
5,535

5,864
11,955
28,939
25,806
20,631
42,078
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
8,447
31,118
66,750
63,946
23,168
14,911
5,541
12,019
11,482


2



2,246
878
2,301
2,385
1,146
8,758
14,829
7,174
4,417
1,521

879
325
6


2,741
3,012

5,323
13,732
18,846
14,810
13,035
19,129
53,103
36,054
11,563
6,044

3,713
6,466
1,561
4,023
2,788
1,733
6,553
3,315
11,548
5,712

5,129
16,924
4,132
20,482
7,613
4,515
2,858
15,846
27,703
2,376


8, 348
8,547

11,187
25,687
47,785
40,616
33,666
61,207
123,054
80,034
47,432
26,899

26,550
14,412
14,4o06
11,931
15,190
20,874
34,755
26,392
33,635
21,180

17,206
25,696
35,256
87,232
71,559
27,683
17,769
21,387
39,722
13,858


17,200
12,731

15,348
26,004
21,571
36,995
16,819
23,359
27,790
18,154
12,026
12,801

25,190
42,745
42,217
48,510
61,954
77,083
92,192
111,674
109,901
115,388

115,749
57,194
40,197
55,833
70,207
81,672
86,463
47,445
61,847
53,148


90,488
45,302

19,993
8,732
10,587
7,323
4,934
6,110
4,467
3,736
3,835
3,441
6,198
8,812
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
12,118
32,449
4 6,828


4 1


Table IV.




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Table V. Lemon Trees Moved From Florida Nurseries to Florida Destinations
July 1, 1928 to June 30, 1960

Villa- I Sper- Ponde- Other
Year Pfraa Perrine Meyer Sriola rosa Lemns Total
franca riola rosa _Lemcns


1928-29
1929-30

1930-31
1931-32
1932-33
1933-3~3
1934-,35
1935 -36
1936--37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40

1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
1943-44
1944-45
1945-46
1946-47
1947-L48
1948-49
1949-50

1950-51
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60


489
353

421
1,028
645
361
192
255
258
239
215
139
11[8
139
144
296
112
65
86
70
50
52

84
31
100
31
2,709
840
2,040
5,083
822
69


36
853
16,804
6,800
24,134
13,777
6,291
1,585
624

259
138
130
198
244
9
3
5


16
2

5
10
9
6


124
131

785
846
1,062
1,961
1,934
2,207
1,360
1,355
2,049
3,417

939
812
1,066
1,178
720
771
1,747
1,981
3,061
3,200

3,567
2,826
3,664
7,858
11,136
8,193
9,943
4,444
6,025
11,408


223
1
716
294
9
856
201
101


258
6
10
11
39
15
1

8

11
2


155
157

164
182
138
322
74
236
155
310
241
304

264
366
329
379
233
450
387
351
981
925

1,346
1,077
1,458
1,150
947
888
943
702
784
80o


1,252
1,266

1,661
1,679
1,392
2,989
1,770
2,3)46
3,822
4,356
4,309
1,850

1,351
1,038
554
1,226
789
636
4,o90
1,816
1,831
2,690

2,327
2,102
1,686
22,577
48,531
19,468
18,913
8,507
22,131
8,862


2,020
1,907

3,031
3,771
4,313
22,L38
11,86
29,472
19,381
13,407
8,600
6,L35

2,961
2,751
2,229
3,287
2,109
1,970
6,328
4,224
5,923
6,875

7,351
6.o04
6,908
31,621
63,333
29,398
31,845
18,736
29,762
20,819


-& .1







Table VI. Movement of Orange Trees to uestinailons oy ouuounes, uuiy 7, 17 ui w v v/v


Brad- Char-
Oranges Alachua Bay ford Brevard Broward lotte Citrus Clay Collier Columbia Dade

Valencia 37 512 5,107 1,883 582 256 16 364 2,247
Pineapple 1,65 1 6,612 39 219 3,833 9 1,011 2 857
Parson Brown 439 848 1 38 21 27 1,205 6 3 2 48
Hamlin 125 1 1 8,084 10 13 4,608 26 10 392
Lue Gim Gong 26 663 1,251
Surprise Navel 1 144
Washington Navel 69 206 9 14 29 5 3 62
Summerfield Navel 180 1 408 9 28 2
Glen Navel 2 5 24 1
Dream Navel
Other Navels 758 56 2 I 10
Ruby Blood 1 1 18 4 3
Jaffa 24
Pope Summer 12
Homosassa 14
Conners Seedless
Walkers Early 1
Enterprise Seedless
Mendenhall 1
Glen Summer 2,667 8
Queen 10
Delicious
Other Oranges 10 71 2 1 2



Total 2,517 850 516 24,154 2,023 855 10,604 91 1,425 9 U,928


lorio +n _tmn ?n fs~n


l.lr 7








Table VI. Movement of Orange Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1959 to June 30, 1960 (continued)

Escam- Her- High
Oranges De Soto Duval Esam- Flagler Franklin Gadsden Gulf Hardee Hendry ao

Valencia 16,032 876 2 28 3 12 59,786 7,M7h -614 71,195
Pineapple 9,588 324 3h 3 70 1,h470 8,189 8,034 11,388
Parson Brown 171 1 29 150 2,980 55
Hamlin 6,920 689 3 25 22,163 9,524 7,177 18,b48
Lue Gim Gong 3,901 9 1 735 1
Surprise Navel 7
Washington Navel 130 11
Sum~erfield Navel 538 3 1,000
Glen Navel 2 400
Dream Navel 3
Other Navels 3 130 15 28 1 4
Ruby Blood 5
Jaffa 4 2 1
Pope Surmer
Homosassa
Conners Seedless
Walkers Early
Enterprise Seedless
Mendenhall
Glen Surner
Queen 12 9,273 250 3,083
Delicious
Other Oranges 8 4 6 25 2


Total 36,W46 3,295 7 142 6 70 12 153,613 25,564 19,821 107,179








June 30, 1960 continuede)


Table VI. Movement of Orange Trees to Destinations by Counties,


Oranges Hlls- Indian Jackson Lake Lee Leon Levy Manatee Marion Martin Monroe Nassau
borough River

Valencia 75,028 67,006 129,152 3,097 1 2,083 2,521 13,730 27
Pineapple 23,451 17,095 46,791 1,8484 10 1 3,307 41393 20 91
Parson Brown 1,686 12 23,850 618 22 1 85 24,606 11 1 2
Hamlin 55,797 5,065 115,955 57 2 3,297 5,678 19
Lue Gim Gong 413 3,562 15 382 48 11
Surprise Navel 33 61 2 25
Washington Navel 490 292525 104 51 41 2 2
Summerfield Navel 30 075 6,515 1,095 1
Glen Navel 122 200 3 11
Dream Navel 21 351 500 37 1
Other Navels 10 637 165 3 2 44 2
Ruby Blood 5 1 22
Jaffa 2 1 13 133 4 3
Pope Surner 16 856 4 4
Homosassa
Conners Seedless 2
Walkers Early 91
Enterprise Seedless
Mendenhall 343
Glen Summer 2 2
Queen 2,048 7,904 16 1,676 4
Delicious
Other Oranges 908 847 3 1 4 7


Total 160,372 95,036 25 331,916 7,083 32 6 10,862 40,363 13,794 120 2


July 1,1959 to







1960 (continued)


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


Oranges


Oka-
oosa


Valencia
Pineapple
Parson Brown
Famlin
Lue Gim Gong
Surprise Navel
Iashington Navel
Simmerfield Navel
Glen Navel
Dream Navel
Cther Navels
Ruby Blood
Jaffa
Pope Suirrer
Homosassa
Conners Seedless
Walkers Early
Enterprise Seedless
Mendenhall
Glen Sumner
Queen
Delicious
Other Oranges


Total


Okee-
chobee


1,132
1,081
6
296
7
1
3
2


25
1
3







12


2,569


Orange


i-1_ t


94,778
33,347
17,928
71,907
1
1,94h
569
908
283
10
777
31
5


13





2,331
7


221,839


Osceola


1,952
2,691
751
8,158
1

65
29
1

15
3
1






8

2,256
2


15,933


aJI


Palm
Beach


5,310
L.,241
451
2,172
3
421
15
65
11
1
24
8
26







1


Pasco


145,269
10,8149
946
28,872

428
160
44
389

203
2
4
2





1


2


Pinel
1-


14,634
948
128
2,028
7

71
1
81
28
32

42



64

26


- -I 1 I


I I1


Putnam


I 4


__ j Lcrl-J _


Polk

145,828
103,280
3,016
115,042
1,768
15
329
63
386
302
64
1
339






1
42,194
3
752


i 1


12,749


87,171


18,095


413,383


1,837


Saint
Lucie


2,006
2,983
192
4,552
10

1,559
2,032


1,494
8










1


62,020


12
10
12
178
1

50




4








2

17


26,459
9,166

8,266
6,1h39
3
202
632
3,602
620
525
7
21
978





4,800
300


- -


.Saint
Johns







Table VI. Movement of Orange Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1959 to June 30, 1960 (concluded)


Santa Sara- Semi-sia lton otals
Oranges Rosa sota nole Sumter Union Volusia Walton Totals
Rosa sota noleI


Valencia
Peneapple
Parson Brown
Hamlin
Lue Gim Gong
Surprise Navel
Washington Navel
Sunmmerfield Navel
Glen Navel
Dream Navel
Other Navels
Ruby Blood
Jaffa
Pope Suniner
Homosassa
Conners Seedless
Walkers Early
Enterprise Seedless
Mendenhall
Glen Sumner
Queen
DAlicious
Other Oranges


Total


106


1,951
329
175
425
7
18
107

3
36
6
1
24
1


64


I
5

11


7,327
6,922
2,198
13,569


1
458
3

33
1

2,040

1



4
88
h4


216
2,213
1,920
1,012
3


3


1










1


4-~ .4


3,164


32,694


5,369


11


L _____ 4.~ ______ _______ j. ..


5,427
2,079
2,905
27,295
54
4
545
298
333
2
438
6





711

11
80

28


817,072
370,481
87,550
568,457
19,324
3,108
5,224
14,827
5,862
1,912
5,513
133
652
3,913
14
16
220
711
-370
7,505
66,958
4,634
2,728


-4 4Ii-


40,216


1,987,184


Holmes, Jefferson, Lafayette,


*No orange trees shipped into Baker, Calhoun, Dixie, Gilchrist, Glades, Hamilton,
Liberty, Madison, Suwannee, Taylor, Wakulla and Washington Counties.










Table VII. Movement of Grapefruit Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1959 to June 30, 1960

Grapefruit lAlachua Baker Bay Erad- prevard Broward Char- Citrus Clay Collier Columbia Dade
_ford _lotte__
Marsh Seedless 26 3 $5 2 924 135 87 12 16 9 2 327
Duncan 3 5 175 1 71 1 58 7 5 22 1 51
Conners Prolific
Foster 8 2 13
Thompson 1 1 80 38 14 1 6 4 1 289
Red Seedy 23 41 22 50
Red Seedless 9 8 3 73 20 56 7 07
McCarty 2
Triumph
Excelsior
Davis Seedless 8 206
Royal
Silver Cluster
Isle of Pine 1 1 1 1 60
Walters
Other Grapefruit I 2 5 8 9 10


Total 66 8 240 6 11222 229 216 22 42 L5 4 1065











Table VII. Movement of Grapefruit Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 199 to June 30, 1960 (continued)


Grapefruit De Soto Duval Esam- Flagler Franklin Gadsden Gulf Hardee Hendry H Hig Hills
i bia ... nando lands borough
Marsh Seedless 10 280 1 21 500 10 2 6 3,157 7,568
Puncan 16 195 3 10 2 10 1 345 499
Corners Prolific 5
oster 1 3 10 1 35
Thompson 100 15 6 14 74
ked Seedy 341 11 7 200 21
1ed Seedless 46 11 171 10 91
r1Carty
'riumph 6
txcelsior
PD-vis Seedless 1
-yal 19
"ilver Cluster 10
Isle of Pine 2
^lters
Other Grapefruit 31 1 7 112


Total 368 666 4 67 2 510 1 194 3 2h 3,716 8,h49











Table VII. Movement of Grapefruit Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1959 to June 30: 1960 (continued)


Indian IM,'rionIn oe Ok.
Grapefruit Rivn Lake Lee Leon Levy Manatee Marion Martin Monroe 1o a

Marsh Seedless 34,304 8,226 708 1 510 1,535 311 16
Duncan 55 2,459 231 28 246 11 1 8
Conners Prolific 1 1 1
Foster 3 308 1 3 1
rhompson 425 428 27 183 8 9
Red Seedy 293 1,297 1 2 11 4
Red Seedless 118 1,242 19 59 61 6 3
McCarty
Tri~nriph 2 9
Excelsior
Davis Seedless 1 9
Royal 1 2 18
Silver Cluster
Isle of Pine 5
i alters
Other Grapefruit 247 2,429 79 25 10 6 3 13


Total 35,547 16,391 1,074 53 1 1,040 1,633 329 38 18

H-
"-------------------- ------ ----- ------------------ '" 0











Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1959 to June 30, 1960 (continued)


Okee- Palm Pinel- Polk Putnam Saint Saint
Grapefruit chobee Orange Osceola Beach Pascc ls Jons Luie

Marsh Seedless 1,769 6,915 152 475 2,999 1,63 9 163 ,3 ,095 48 10,096
Tuncan 6 716 67 184 9 459 2,863 8 17 573
Corners Prolific 1
fosterr 14 15 1 18 5 10
Thompson 169 2,575 176 352 15 12' 1,284 6 4 437
Red Seedy 2,642 16 165 15 116 70 8 2
Red Seedless 25 297 10 335 107 94 943 151 18 10
McCarty
Triumprh 10
Excelsior
Lavis Seedless
Royal 4
Silver Cluster 3
Isle of "ine 1 17 7
, alters
Other Grapefruit 289 69 12 59 1,580 619 1,26


Total 1,979 134,79 h21 1,616 3,18 8 2,435 21,189 1,892 87 12,556


Table VII. Movement of Grapefruit












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


__________________________-_________ .- ------~c- ..~f-- ~- I -


Grapefruit


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


Total


Santa
Rosa


Sarasota


4. 4 I


956
227

17
187

7



3
9

12

174


1,592


Semi-
nole


355
11

2
18
9
20






1


----.4. -I


Union


Volusia


Sumter


Walton


AI ________'.i


4


403
100


9
101
74
35
1







23


Totals


looo64
9,774
7
3 486
8 7,292
5,441
4,116
3
19
6
228
53
13
109

7,27h


-i i + i ....


746


134,885


AI J, __________


--No grapefruit trees shipped
Lafayette, Liberty, Madison,


into Calhoun, Dixie, Gilchrist, Glades, Gulf, Hamilton, Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson,
Nassau, Suwannee, Taylor, Wak'ulla and Washington Counties.


July 1, 1959 to June 30, 1960 (concluded)






Table VIII. Movement of Mandarin Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1959 to June 30, 1960

'_ C-olum- Dade
Mandarin Alachua Baker Bay Brad- Brevard Broward Char- Citrus Clay Collier olum- Dade
ford lotte bia


King
Temple
Oceco Tangerine
Dancy Tangerine
Other Tangerines
Clementine
Murcott Honey
Ponkan
Other Mandarins
Owari Satsuma
Other Satsumas


9

12
6

2
22

167
44


127
14


1





115
100


1
3


23
437
8
108
9

1,376
2

3
2


29
170
7
36
17

495


1
44
22
16
6

22


A


22
109
16
9


500
906
279
16
29
1
9,347


Total 262 141 216 13 1,968 754 117 67 252 157 60 111,090

Mandarin De Soto Duval EsCam- Flag- Frank- Gadsden Glades Gulf Hardee Hendry Her- High-
bla ler lin nndo lands
King 3 10 1 6
Temple 25 180 1 21 837 2 7 3,330
Oceco Tangerine 1 1 1
Dancy Tangerine 10 62 30 2 1 5 5 37
Other Tangerines 8 5
Clementine 1
Murcott Honey 1,573 4,218 25 5,698 716 1,189
Ponkan 58
Other Mandarin 3 4
Owari Satsuma 1,159 39 13 75 11 1 9
Other Satsumas 16 2 25 4 6


Total 1,608 5,708 40 96 15 100 2 12 6,540 4 733 4,578
II






Table VIII. Movement of Mandarin Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1959 to June 30, 1960 (continued)

.... ..- |*---- -- i 1 T IT


Mandarin


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


Hills-
'krn nrm r


Holmes


Indian
I' Irbt


Jackson


Jef-
fPn r-vnc


Lafa-
yette


Lake


Lee


Leon


Levy


Manatee


I _______l __I I I


28
3,728
61
504
10


29,897

7
1
456


69
662
4
158
5


7,360


11
7,105
4
10,758
283
87
24,289
2

2,050
3,562


210
1,298
35
27
164

240
1
2


203
50


17
1,238
131
63
h


132
2
1

7


Marion

2
112
15
16
41

428


18
596


Total 34,692 $ 8,258 220 56 1 48,151 1,977 253 10 1,595 1,228

Oka- Okee- Osce. Palm Pinel-
Mandarin Martin Monroe Nassau Orange Pasco Polk Putnam
loosa chobee rang a Beach sco Polk Plas
King 1 5 3 1,345 5 8 6 76 25
Temple 97 98 1 53 9,367 501 807 2,026 1,379 9,438 2,09o4
Oneco Tangerine 2 8 1 315 30 53 39 30
Dancy Tangerine 5 1 14 9,112 793 378 109 126 9,414 1,989
Other Tangerines 3 23 15 46 11 114 634 86
Clementine 2
Murcott Honey 1 6 33,732 1,039 379 3,386 1,236 40,089 19
Ponkan 14 11 12
Other Mandarins 1 2 1
Cwari Satsuma 2 41 31 1,229 2 6 103 h43
Other Satsumas 1 575 2 12 16 59


Total 68 115 41 32 78 55,712 2,387 1,671 5,557 2,988 59,746 1,03






Table VIII. Movement of Mandarin Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1959 to June 30, 1960 (concluded)


Saint Saint Santa Sara- Semi- Suwan- Volusia
MandarJohns Lucie Rosa Soto nole _nee
King 3 105 6 1 120 152
Temple 37 5,115 739 256 3 I 937
Oneco Tangerine 13 127 43
Dancy Tangerine 3 60 61 4,170 2 4,192
Other Tangerines 1 8 3 62 1,679
Clementine 1 7
Murcott Honey 5 5,690 41 10,224 4 1,669
Ponkan 12 4 3 314 7
Other Mandarins 8 1
CTari Satsuma 113 600 h29 1 8 30 268
Other Satsumas 3 603 8 19


Total 181 10,988 600 990 16,000 i 192 16 3 8,973

Mandarin Walton Washing-t Totals

King I 2,794
Temple 53,148
Oneco Tangerine 1,247
Dancy Tangerine 42,309
Other Tangerines 3,272
Clementine 99
Murcott Honey 184,581
Ponkan 475
Other Mandarins 48
Owari Satsuma 8 1 7,797
Other Satsumas 6,290

Total 8 1 302,060


-No mandarin trees shipped
counties.


into Calhoun, Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Liberty, Madison, Taylor and Wakulla










Table IX. Movement of Lime Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1959 to June 30, 1960


Tahiti
Key
Rangpur
Bearss
Other Limes


Tahiti
Key
Rangpur
Bearss
Other Lires


21
154









Table IX. Movement of Lime Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1959 to June 30, 1960 (concluded)


Limes Oka- Okee- e Palm Pinel- l Saint Sara- Semi-
Limeloosa Chobee Orange Osceola Beac Pasco Pok Putnam
loosa Chobee Beach I:. L," e'a r!ol4

Tahiti 11 6 281 37 60 3 193 168 43 17 186 11
Key 24 1 160 9 105 12 2 32 1
Rangpur 10 1 110 3
Bearss 250
Other Limes 11 57 13 1 25 212 8 1 1


Total 32 6 363 38 233 13 323 502 51 20 472 12


Limes Sumter Volusia Walton Totals

Tahiti 81 11, b82
Key 6 1,3 0
Rangpur 1 25 213
Bearss 10 399
Other Limes 4 1 l14


Total 1 126 1 13,858

-,,o lime trees ship-jed into Bay, Baker, Calhoun, Columbia, De Soto, Dixie, r-i.:l'iiK.- GiiL2' Hamilton, Hendry, Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson, Lafayette, Leon, Levy, Liberty, Madison, Nassau, Saint Johns,
Santa Rosa, Suwannee, Taylor, Union, Wakulla, and Washington Counties.


(D
ro
0





Table X. Movement of Lemon Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1959 to June 30, 1960

Brad- Br r BrCard Citrus lay Collier Columbia Dade
Lemons Alachua Baker Bay ford Brevard Braward lotte Citrus

Ponderosa 2 25 10 25 2 2 6
Villafranca 1 20
Meyer 19 5 30 2 43 133 63 3 5 9 250
Harvey 2 1 2
Everbearing 27
Messina 29
Avon 5 1
Sicily 789 54
Other Lemons 18 12 1 42

Total 21 5 30 2 906 215 65 28 7 12 1 343

Escam- Flag Her- High- Hills- Indian
Lemons De Soto Duval Ebia ler Gadsden Glades Hardee Hendry nando lands borough River

Ponderosa 6 3 1 1 11 23 1
Villafrance 3 28
Meyer 11 100 3 3 1 15 8,215 56
Harvey 2 2 1 2 149 1
Everbearing 1
Messina 2
Avon 3 10 2,341 159
Sicily 11 20 3 1
Other Lemons 7 8 52 2


Total 11 124 3 13 1 1 5 1 29 38 10,812 220






Table X. Movement of Lemon Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1959 to June 30, 1960 (continued)


Ponderosa 12 3 38 8 1 3 16 20 3
Villafrance 6 1 1 2 2
Meyer 34 95 2 86 18 3 1 1 18 6 404 6
Harvey 1 20 14 3 7 8
Everbearing 9 2 10 1
Yessina 1 644 12
68
Avon 39 68
Sicily 777 260
Other Lemons 17 15 62 2 3 30 1


Total 886 142 2 200 32 10 15 1 34 6 1,T36 32

Lmons Palm Pinel- Saint Saint Santa Sara- Semi- Sumter Volusi
Lemons m Pasco Polk Putnam Sumter Vl
Beach las Johns Lucie Rosa soto nole
Ponderosa 48 3 63 24 2 4 25 25 6 1 57
Villafranca 2 2 19 1
Meyer 265 27 359 671 17 9 17 5 273 13 1 106
Harvey 2 2 9 2 1 14 2 4
Everbearing 5 3
Messina 2 1 6 14
Avon 256 1 2,105 14
Sicily 1
Other Lemons 8 1 88 220 1 300 19












Table X. Movement of Lemon Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1959 to June 30, 1960 (concluded)



Lemons Walton Totals*

Ponderosa 480
Villafranca 69
Meyer 4 11,408
Harvey 251
Everbearing $9
Messina 711
Avon 5,016
Sicily 1,916
Other Lemons 909



Total 4 20,819


*No lemon trees shipped into Calhoun, Dixie,
Lafayette, Leon, Liberty, Madison, Suwannee,


Franklin, Gilchrist, Gulf, Hamilton, Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson,
Taylor, Union, Wakulla and Washington Counties.


o5
'Jp










Table XI. Movement of Tangelo Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1959 to June 30, 1960


T Brad- Char-
Tangelos Alachua Bay. Brevard Broward Citrus Clay Collier Dade De Soto
Bay.ford rloeear Broward
Orlando 306 4 2 1,419 395 31 25 8 2 100 518
Seminole 3 3 29
Minneola 1,119 120 31 2 4 178 1
Other Tangelos 855 10 7 17 450


Total 306 4 2 3,396 518 72 34 8 6 324 969


HFlag- Hendry Her- High- Hills- Indian
Tangelos Dixie Duval l- Hardee Hendry H Hills-Lake e
ler nando lands borough River
Orlando 55 136 26 411 11 1,099 1,242 12 10,180 163
Seminole 76 8 22
Minneola 33 3 5 12 102 471 5 47
Other Tangelos 4 22 40 11,338 312


Total 55 249 26 414 5 11 1,111 1,374 523 21,523 544
________ I________ ______ ______________ __________










Table XI. Movement of Tangelo Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1959 to June 30, 1960 (concluded)


Tangelos Levy Manatee Marion Martin Monroe okee- Orange Osce- BP Pasco Pinel- Polk
chobee ola Beach la1

Orlando 1 1,158 55 30 4 13 11,269 110 618 128 326 4,7h9
Seminole 4 4 19 15
Minneola 811 4 7 51 3 487 38 428 45 397 117
Other Tangelos 3 4,212 1 7 4 46 1,081


Total 1 1,972 59 37 55 16 15,968 153 1,057 196 769 5,962

Saint Saint Sara- Semi-
Tangelos Putnam Johns Lci snta nle Sumter Taylor Union Volusia Totalj
Johns Lucie sota nole

Orlando 388 7 765 205 1,116 2 2 4 198 37,293
Seminole 6 2 191
Minneola 18 620 472 4 264 5,899
Other Tangelos 17 2,211 5 2 3 256 20,903


Total 423 7 3,596 688 1,124 5 2 4 718 64,286

*No tangelo trees shipped into Baker, Calhoun, Columbia, Escambia, Franklin, Gadsden, Gilchrist, Glades, Gulf,
Hamilton, Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson, Lafayette, Leon, Liberty, Madison, Nassau, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, Suwannee,
Wakulla, Walton and Washington Counties.





Table XII. Movement of Kumquat Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1959 to June 30, 1960

Kumquats Alachua Baker Bay ra- Brevard Broward Char Citrus Clay Collier Colum Dade

Marumi 2
Meiwa 179 24 75 6 h5 40 8 8 19 13 18 42
Nagami 33 656 11 28 24 16 8 3 24 4 360
Other Kumquats 2 30 31 1 3 2

Total 214 680 86 6 103 95 25 16 22 40 22 406
Kuquats Soto Duval Esca Flag- Frank- Hamil- H Her- High-
Ku ats De otba l l Gadsden Gulf ton1 Hardee Hendy nand lands
.e.. ..I nI70 lands
Marumi 3
Meiwa 1 534 75 5 20 1
Nagami 249 56 10 1 15 1 3 1 2 48
Other Kumquats 2 1 4 2


Total 1 785 131 15 4 35 2 4 3 4 2 48

Hills- Indian Jack- Lafay-
Kumquats borough River son ette Lake Lee Leon Levy Manatee Marion Martin Monroe

Marumi 42 242
Meiwa 39 4 26 1 35 8 125 44 46 10 1
Nagami 379 266 1 368 58 1 38 23 60 4
Other Kumquats 45 25 2 7 24 9 1

Total 505 29 27 1 405 73 125 1 348 78 71 5
I ____________ ______________________________ __________________________________









Table XII. Movement of Kumquat Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1959 to June 30, 1960 (concluded)


"-No kumquat trees shipped into Calhoun, Dixie, Gilchrist, Glades, Holmes, Jefferson, Liberty, Madison and
Taylor Counties.

ro









Miscellaneous Citrus Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1959 to June 30, 1960


Miscellaneous Alachua Brevard Broward lotte Citrus Clay Collie Dade Dixie Duval Flagler

Eustis Limequat 1 3 7 2
Lakeland Limeouat 2
Other Limeauats 14 4
Calamondin 8 19 854 15 3 5 15 4,145 33 5
'haddock 2
Other Citrus 8


Total 8 36 854 15 3 5 15 4,156 5 h 13

ise o ~High- Hills- Indian
Miscellaneous Hardee Hendry lands rough River Lake Lee Manatee Marion Martin Monroe

Eustis Limequat 1
Lakeland Limequat 1 1 2
Other Limequats 5
Calamondin 1 82 77 25 18 75 109 8 15 11
Shaddock
Other Citrus 2


Total 6 2 82 79 25 18 75 111 9 15 11


Table XIII. Movement of









Table XIII. Movement of Miscellaneous Citrus Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1959 to June 30, 1960
(concluded)


i ll Okee- Palm Pinel- Saint Sara- Semi-
Miscellaneous chobee e Beach Pasco las Lucie sota nole

Eustis Limequat 1 5 5
Lakeland Limequat 1 2 1 1 1 4
Other Limequats 5
Calamondin 3 369 3 933 9 537 610 22 51 232 14
Shaddock 1
Other Citrus 3 4


Total 3 375 5 938 9 542 616 22 51 242 14


Miscellaneous Volusia Totals

Eustis Limequat 2 27
Lakeland Limequat 21
Other Limequats 28
Calamondin 36 8,3h6
Shaddock 3
Other Citrus 17

Total 38 8,442


*No miscellaneous trees shipped into Baker, Bay, Bradford, Calhoun, Columbia,De Soto, Escambia,
Gilchrist, Glades, Gulf, Hamilton, Hernando, Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson, Lafayette, Leon, Levy,
Nassau, Okaloosa, Saint Johns, Santa Rosa, Sumter, Suwannee, Taylor, Union, Wakulla, Walton and
Counties.


Franklin, Gadsden,
Liberty, Madison,
Washington






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Table XIV, Movement of All Citrus Trees to Destinations by Counties
July 1, 1959 to June 30, 1960



COUNTIES ALL CITRUS COUNTIES ALL CITRUS


,Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duwal
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Glades-
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake


Trees


3,116
834
1,426
547
31,977
4,832
1,410
10,810
428
1,712
96
29,863
39,403
60
10,881
187
380
27
718
3
27
4
1607379
25,583
20,756
116,8143
216,526
5
140,218
272
56
2
419,389


Percent


.1

.1

1.3
.2
.1
.4

.1

1.2
1.6

.4





*
6.3
1.0
.8
4.6
8.5

S1.
55


16.6
i6+


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


Trees


13,279
463
21
16,347
43,414
14,347
535
74
137
4,659
312,571
18,993
18,788
96,450
26,074
502,837
22,049
618
89,441
736
10,401
50,316
5,588
28
2
63
51,342
1
30
2


Percent


.5

*
.6
1.7
.6



.2
12.3
.8
.7
3.8
1.0
20.0
.9
*
3.5

.4
2.0
.2
2
-a-

2.0
*
*
*


*Less than .05


Trees


**No citrus trees shipped


into Calhoun, Gilchrist, Liberty and Madison Counties.








Table XV. Percentage Distribution of Kind of Rootstock by Scion Variety, July 1, 1959 to June 30, 1960



Rough Other Sour Sweet Trifo- Cleo- Grape- Other Unknown
Variety Lemon Lemon Orange Seedling late patra fruit Unkn

ORANGES

Valencia 76.1 1.5 16.9 .8 3.4 1.3 *
Pineapple 71,6 2.5 18.1 1.3 5. .1 1.0
Parson Brown 7.0 66.5 8.1 *3 17.2 .9
Hamlin 16.4 .6 60.0 7.0 .1 h148 .1 *
Lue Gim Gong 40.5 1.5 30.4 .1 27.5
Surprise Navel 2.2 96.8 1.0
Washington Navel 18.3 .1 35.8 27.3 3.5 15.0
Suirrerfield Navel 1,1 86.2 11.3 1.4
Glen Navel 6.0 51.o4 2.2 .4
Dream Navel 1.1 79.9 1.2 17.8
Other Navels 4h. 64.6 17.0 .1 10,2 3.6 .1
Ruby Blood 3.0 57.9 6.8 2.2 30.1
Jaffa 4b.7 .3 16.h 38,0 .6
Pope Suwmner .1 46.0 27.1 26.8
Homosessa 100,0
Conners Seedless 100.0
Walkers Early .9 9901
Enterprise Seedless 72.2 27.8
Mendenhall 99.7 .3
Glen Sumner 2.8 97.0 .2
Queen 76.1 11.0 11.3 1.6
Delicious 30.5 69.5 Q
Other Oranges 28.2 21.1 37.7 1.6 10.8 .6*

All Oranges 52.8 1.3 33.1 3.7 .1 7.9 1.0 .1


*Less than .05








Table XVI. Percentage Distribution of Kind of Rootstock by Scion Variety, July 1, 1959 to June 30, 1960


Variety Rough Other Sour Sweet Trifo- Cleo- Grape- Other Own Unknown
VarietyLemon Lemon Orange Seedling late patra fruit

GRAPEFRUIT

Marsh Seedless 38.9 1.1 Sh.6 2 4.5 .1 .1
Duncan 81.9 8.3 .6 2.9 6.1 .1 .1 *
Conners Prolific 100.0
Foster 9.1 82.5 .2 1.9 4.7 1.6
Thompson 33.6 3.2 22.1 2.1 1.4 33.7 .3 3.6 *
Red Seedy 87.0 .2 10.0 .1 .4 1.3 .6 .
Red Seedless 69.4 25.9 .8 1.2 2.1 .4 .2
McCarty 66.7 33.3
Triumph 42.1 57.9
Excelsior 100.0
Davis Seedless 1.3 5.7 93.0
Royal 15.1 58.5 18.9 7.5
Silver Cluster 100.0
Isle of Pine 76.2 1.8 .9 .9 20.2
Walters
Other Grapefruit 59.1 .8 35.4 .8 3.1 .7 .1 *

All Grapefruit 45.5 1.1 65.7 .6 .5 5.9 .1 .1 .5 *

*Less than .05


M






Percentage Distribution of Kind of Rootstock by Scion Variety, July 1, 1959 to June 30, 1960


Rough Other Sour Sweet Trifo- Cleo- Grape- Other Own Unknown
Variety Lemon Lemoni Orange Seedling late patra fruit____
MANDARIN
King 56.4 10.0 4.4 .1 29.1
Temple 13.5 144 19.5 .2 52.1 .1 .1 .1
Oneco Tangerine 76.7 2.5 20.8
Dancy Tangerine 78.1 5.5 6.1 1.6 8.7
Other Tangerines 76.2 11.5 9.2 2.5 .5 .1
Clementine 85.9 14.1
Murcott Honey 38.1 2.1 12.2 6.1 .4 40.0 1.1
Ponkan .8 10.3 1.3 4.9 81.9 .8
Other Mandarins 16.7 43.7 2.1 37.5
Owari Satsuma .1 30.6 5.5 48.5 15.1 .2
Other Satsumas 1.5 49.4 5.0 42.2 1.8 .1
All Mandarin 38.3 2.0 13.0 7.7 1.7 36.6 .7
LIMES
Tahiti 90.4 .6 4.3 .3 1.9 2.1 ;
Key 54.3 .4 2.4 13.6 29.0 .3
Rangpur 3.3 1.9 2.3 69.0 23.5
Bearss 37.3 62.7
Other Limes 20.0 1.5 2.4 10.1 12.8 h.6 48.6
All Limes 81.9 2.4 3.9 a .6 4.3 .4 h.7 1.8
LEMONS
Ponderosa 45.6 .8 12.7 6.7 16.7 17.5
Villafranca 49.3 1.4 1.4 4.4 4.4 33.4 1 .4 1. 2.9
Meyer 16.3 .7 .1 2.4 4.2 .1 76.2
Harvey 33.8 6.4 1.2 4.4 54.2
Everbearing 23.7 5.1 47.5 23.7
Messina 26.9 72.8 .3
Avon 75.8 11.9 2.5 6.0 3.8
Sicily 54.7 4.5 40.6 .2
Other Lemons 37.6 28.3 7.8 21.6 L.6 .1
All Lemons 36.5 1.3 6.9 .1 1.5 8.2 1.5 W4.0
*Less than .05


Table XVII.







Percentage Distribution of Kind of Rootstock by Scion Variety, July 1, 1959 to June 30, 1960


Variety Rough Other Sour Sweet Trifo- Cleo- Grape- Other Own Unknown
variety Lemon Lemon orange Seedling late patra fruit


TANGELOS
Orlando
Seminole
Minneola
Other Tangelos
All Tangelos

KUMQUATS
Marumi
Meiwa
Nagami
Other Kumquats
All Kumquats

MISEELAIAEOUS
Eustis Limequat
Lakeland Limequat
Other Limequats
Calamondin
Shaddock
Other Citrus
All Miscellaneous

ALL CITRUS


29.1
20.4
20.6
23.9
26.6


1.5
14.9
35.4
53.1
28.5


48.2
61.9
35.7
32.6

23.5
32.7

50.0


.3

.1





1.0
-*1





.1


1.3


17.3
73.8
41.5
18.5
20.1



1.9
3.8
14.8
3.5


3.7


5.4
66.7
17.6
5.4

30.5


18.5
5.8
4.2
31.2
21.2



3.7
8.3

6.2





.1


.1

4.4


67.6
31.5
5.2
39.3


25.9
14.3

2.6


2.7


-Less than .05
ZS/lst 1/16/61
Exp.Sta., Ag.Ec. 1000


29.8

33.4
10.9
23.9


94.5
10.8
20.5
22.6
21.7


22.2
19.0
64.3
11.3
33.3
11.8
11.5

11.7


13.9
7.5


.8
1.0
.2
2.0
.5





1.2


1.2

1.1


46.6-

47.1
46.2

.6


1.6
.5



.1

1.3
.1





.1

.1


* ?

T'r-


Table XVIII.






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Other publications available of nursery stock movement series:


Agr. Ec. Mimeo Report 60-7


Movement of Citrus Trees
July 1, 1928 to June 30,
Movement of Citrus Trees
July 1, 1928 to June 30,
Movement of Citrus Trees
July 1, 1928 to June 30,
Movement of Citrus Trees
July 1, 1928 to June 30,
Movement of Citrus Trees
July 1, 1928 to June 30,


from Florida
1959.
from Florida
1958.
from Florida
1957,
from Florida
1956.
from Florida
1955.


Nurseries,

Nurseries,

Nurseries,

Nurseries,

Nurseries,


Other publications available in citrus costs and returns series:


Agr. Ext. Ser. Ec. Series 60-2


27 Years of Orange Costs
Florida, 1931-1958.


58-6 25 Years
Florida,
57-2 24 Years
Florida,
56-1 23 Years
Florida,
55-1 22 Years
Florida,


of Citrus Costs
1931-1956.
of Citrus Costs
1931-1955.
of Citrus Costs
1931-1954.
of Citrus Costs
1931-1953.


and Returns in


and Returns in

and Returns in

and Returns in

and Returns in


Some other citrus publications:

Agr. Ext. Ser. Ec. Series


58-5
59-3
59-6


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 Grove?
AE Series NO. Sh-8, Does Irrigation Pay on Your Grove?
Estimating the Value of Citrus Fruit as It Develops.
Agr, Ec. Mimeo Report 60-9 Cost of Picking and Hauling Florida Citrus
Fruits, 1958-59 Season.
60-12 Cost of Processing, Warehousing and Selling
Florida Citrus Products, 1958-59 Season.
60-10 Cost of Packing and Selling Florida Fresh
Citrus Fruit, 1958-59 Season.




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