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November 1962


AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS
MIMEO REPORT 63-3


MOVEMENT OF CITRUS TREES

FROM

FLORIDA NURSERIES


JULY 1, 1928


TO

JUNE 30, 1962



ZACH SAVAGE
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMIST


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS
FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATIONS
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA


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Agricultural Economics Mimeo Report 63-3


MOVEMENT OF CITRUS TREES FROM FLORIDA NURSERIES
JULY 1, 1928 TO JUNE 30, 1962















Zach Savage
Agricultural Economist













Department of Agricultural Economics
Florida Agricultural Experiment Stations
Gainesville, Florida


November 1962





MOVEMENT OF CITRUS TREES FROM FLORIDA NURSERIES
JULY 1, 1928 TO JUNE 30, 1962

Data of this publication were reported by Florida nurserymen to the nursery
Inspector of the Division of Plant Industry, Florida State Department of Agriculture,
Gainesville as copies of invoices of nurseries when shipping trees to their destina-
tions. Only invoices to Florida destinations were included in these data. Personnel
of the Department of Agricultural Economics, Florida Agricultural Experiment Stations,
Gainesville assembled these data from the invoices in the files of the Division of
Plant Industry, Florida State Department of Agriculture, Gainesville as here shown.

Table 1. Citrus Trees Moved from Florida Nurseries to Florida Destinations
July 1, 1928 to June 30, 1962

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

1928-29 699,343 305,641 271,403 8,348 2,020 904 74,879 1,362,538
1929-30 296,306 328,991 139,877 8,547 1,907 899 9,389 785,916

1930-31 401,023 264,803 91,725 11,187 3,031 1,340 15,161 788,270
1931-32 431,123 72,657 62,492 25,687 3,771 1,134 6,985 603,849
1932-33 499,864 144,412 53,391 47,785 4,313 1,588 11,237 762,590
1933-34 440,541 158,359 74,187 40,616 22,438 1,818 16,101 754,060
1934-35 351,289 89,468 30,880 33,666 11,486 3,065 7,865 527,719
1935-36 531,081 153,469 34,128 61,207 29,472 1,989 11,047 822,393
1936-37 746,974 106,296 38,427 123,054 19,381 5,295 16,560 1,055,987
1937-38 799,439 150,557 26,507 80,034 13,407 3,515 10,593 1,084,052
1938-39 512,526 87,876 21,795 47,432 8,600 3,431 19,665 701,325
1939-40 403,775 80,588 21,819 26,899 6,435 3,294 16,555 559,365

1940-41 592,208 85,954 36,156 26,550 2,961 5,233 15,187 764,249
1941-42 579,809 64,069 58,413 14,412 2,751 6,304 24,130 749,888
1942-43 533,802 104,754 55,545 14,406 2,229 8,379 9,507 728,622
1943-44 701,977 136,637 65,184 11,931 3,287 18,015 9,291 946,322
1944-45 611,854 125,135 81,391 15,190 2,109 11,451 9,907 857,037
1945-46 722,550 223,117 96,302 20,874 1,970 13,849 7,912 1,086,574
1946-47 728,882 281,637 128,895 34,755 6,328 6,259 10,104 1,196,860
1947-48 518,383 238,602 137,151 26,392 4,224 6,220 12,813 943,785
1948-49 399,444 217,605 148,337 33,635 5,923 11,020 14,815 830,779
1949-50 975,382 383,805 178,188 21,180 6,875 31,236 17,502 1,614,168

1950-51 917,218 344,256 163,873 17,206 7,351 30,159 19,714 1,499,777
1951-52 608,111 220,615 98,378 25,696 6,0o40 23,746 21,527 1,004,113
1952-53 698,689 217,162 78,669 35,256 6,908 24,305 30,203 1,091,192
1953-54 1,102,570 158,372 132,017 87,232 31,621 34,845 19,159 1,565,816
1954-55 1,445,932 90,426 186,357 71,559 63,333 46,035 23,187 1,926,829
1955-56 1,566,297 59,101 189,979 27,683 29,398 40,428 19,751 1,932,637
1956-57 1,882,459 53,054 158,150 17,769 31,845 39,216 12,542 2,195,035
1957-58 855,495 37,357 110,855 21,387 18,736 32,604 9,027 1,085,461
1958-59 2,181,893 102,613 197,944 39,722 29,762 51,165 12,122 2,615,221
1959-60 1,987,184 134,885 302,060 13,858 20,819 64,286 15,984 2,539,076

1960-61 2,311,114 140,653 196,327 10,286 15,359 113,721 47,730 2,835,190
1961-62 2,229,480 95,985 265,940 14,839 37,018 105,764 70,426 2,819,452




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Table II. Orange Trees Moved from Florida Nurseries to Florida Destinations
July 1, 1928 to June 30, 1962


Val- Pine- Parson Lue Gim Pope Other
Year encia apple Brown Hamlin Gong Navels Sumner Oranges Total


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

1960-61
1961-62


285,420
101,383

143,141
181,531
168,283
139,228
122,152
152,071
203,039
184,011
147,148
131,662


2,090
760

2,o46
1,860
5,422
6,299
4,222
6,31.6
7,999
5,276
5,893
12,982


101,362
55,843

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


83,323
27,936

51,847
45,569
46,899
27,761
19,377
27,432
30,763
51,062
30,996
27,358

37,545
51,764
48,809
53,032
43,383
54,316
87,51.7
48,976
38,105


62,514
36,912
41,405
)51,372
58,858
55,105
33,444
30,464
83,510
87,550

78,965
80,278


60,084.
29,633

49,199
69,892
111, 64
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
44-,366
24,531
58,164

35,676
29,106
35,537
59,167
106,907
158,539
379,417
187,454
667,198
568,457

694,299
721,067


48,943
12,976

20,438
19,907
30,003
23,196
27,566
34,681
44,909
50,959
30,101
22,538

31,158
35,i .Y
.27,086
51,258
26,692
44,334
22,459
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

10,010
883


118,121
67,775

85,720
65,157
86,437
68,805
45,867
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
S13,747
67,146

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

162,3(4
103,102


*Not tabulated separately


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


30,619 *
29,419
18,570 32,012
4-1,791 26,972
29,231 5,484
29,173 10,845
11,093 23,126
'22,446 28,388
21,034 19,765
26,090 68,804


1l89,o090o 6553
196,1999 65,o002
170,399 48,: '
241,3797 78,196
232,037f 67,978
248,085f 90,995,
329,089 77,952!
258,850 60,111i
208,457 47,80o6
482,530 i139,; "-

483,032 201,348
319,104 157,616i
371,056 180,679'
660,867 24o,613j
861,525 2; T, :3-
947,935 285,9971
S995,273 381,059:
399,811 186,948
i 803,576 499,3188
! 817,072 370,4811


22,825"
19,928
25,840
45,0626
75,7T7
56,228
44,621
9,388
38,890
36,4'

S33,514
41,702
',


41,024'
10,543i
7,572'
7,0451
8,1911
2,078f
3,163
2,050
889
3,913

1,706
295


850,777
890,626


479,479
391,527


I I I I I


.... t


699,343
296,306

401,023
431,123
499,864
44o,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
518,3C3
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

2,311,114
2,229,480


i




Table 111. Grapefruit 'rees Moved from Florida Nurseries tc Florida Destinations, July 1, 1926 to June 30, 1962

Marsh Comers Thomp- Red Red Excel- Davis Other
Year Seedless Duncan Early Foster so Seed, Seedless Walters MCarty sior Seed- Grape- Total
___ less fruit


1928-29
1929-30

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

- '"0-41
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
195'1-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60

1960-61
1961-62


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
69,045
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

107,768
79,815


42,379
48,135

28,818
3,,22
8,356
7,332
2,383
8,629
6,546
7,448
2,260
3,711

3,681,
5,282
_,597
10,8331
8,960!
22,680
61,912
26,221
12,418j
27,774

20,550
10,133
7,778
6,265
5,649
4,807
6,056
3,339
9,806
9,774


12,163
6,496


23,039
24,064

25,272
7,2T79
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

9
8


3,225
2,819

1,041
5,029
6,752
11,293
5,869
8,669
6,924
6,849
1,358
1,998

2,240o
726:
740
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
4,9491
2,206;
1,732
486

291!
80'


1,607
1,671


1,955
7,654
12,445
31,139
18,742
34,132
32,877
34,634
28,785
28,932

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

58,744
41,986
34,1 02
13,431
8,843
6,365
4,122
1,935
3,024
7,292

4,374
2,497


48,150

53,056
49,911
43,647
37,499
17,476
8,976
9,881
4,370
5,620
5,441


72


3,651

1,561
1,6e88
8,209
4,277
3,524
45,105
45,958
55,071
61,161
97,879

108,319
52,380
74,060
52,160
25,3"
10,398
7,811
2,805
6,870
4,116

6,721
2,314


I I A I


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
5
4


10,551
4,673
-o
334
1,236
624
156
261
1, 19
661
6oo
600

1,267
148
1,802
3,662
11,224
7,736
7,122
5,097
418
634

212
142
255
234
47
24
32
10
8
3

3
20


14,863
28,702

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

733
1,129t
85o0
2,154
1,564|
3,7431
9,804
1,018j
2,067!
2,492;

2,743j
236,
1711
169!
70o
381
81
2i
239
6

1
7


234
162
201
5o4
254

122
856
73
255

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

274
438
692
243
253
391
169
186
214
228

44
56


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
12,794
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

9,083
4,620


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

140,653
95,985


j
I


I f




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Table IV. Lime, Temple and Tangerine Tre 3 Moved from Florida Nurseries to
Florida Destinations, July 1, 1928 to June 30, 1962

Limes
Other
Year Tahiti Idemor Limes Total Temple Tangerines

1923-29 5,607 2,741 8,348 17,200 90,4C5
1929-30 5,535 3,012 8,547 12,731 45,302

1930-31 5,364 5,323 11.187 15,348 19,993
1931-32 11,955 13,732 25,687 26,004 E,-32
1932-33 28,939 18,846 47,785 21.51 10,5'
1933-34 25,806 14,810 4,616 36,995 .323
1934-35 20,631 13,035 33,666 l.59 .93
1935-36 42,078 19,129 61,207 23,359 6.110
1936-37 69,949 2 53,103 123,054 27,790 4,L6
1937-38 43,980 36,054 80,034 18,154 3,73
1938-39 35,869 11,563 47,432 12,026 3,835
1939-40 20,855 6,044 26,899 12,801 3,441

1940-41 20,591 2,246 3,713 26,550 25,190 6,195
1941-42 7,068 878 6,466 14,412 42,745 =,312
1942-43 10,544 2,301 1,561 14,406 42,217 5,
1943-44 5,523 2,385 4,023 11,931 45,51c 52
1944-45 11,256 1,146 2,788 15,190 64,954 5,902
1945-46 10,383 8,758 1,733 20,874 77,083 11,93&
1946-47 13,373 14,829 6,553 34,755 92,192 22,349
1947-48 15,903 7,174 3,315 26,392 111,674 17,153
1948-49 17,670 4,417 11,548 33,635 109 0 21,6 '2
1949-50 13,947 1,521 5,712 21,180 115,3-E 33,22E

1950-51 11,198 879 5,129 17,206 115,749 1,331
1951-52 8,447 325 16,924 25,696 57,194 12,661
1952-53 31,118 6 4,132 35,256 40,197 11,696
1953-54 66,750 20,482 87,232 55,833 25,930
1954-55 63,946 7,613 71,559 70,207 26,817
1955-56 23,168 4,515 27,683 81,672 28,31
1956-57 14,911 2,858 17,769 56,463 16,539
1957-58 5,541 15,846 21,387 47,445 12,118
1958-59 12,019 27,703 39,722 61,54' 32,.49
1959-60 11,482 2,376 13,858 53,148 L6,=25

1960-61 6,298 3,988 10,286 58,350 29,983
1961-62 13,665 1,174 14,839 64,606 77,29




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Table V. Lemon Trees Moved From Florida Nurseries to Florida Destinations
July 1, 1928 to June 30, 1962


Villa- Sper- Ponde- Other
Year franca Perrine Meyer riola rosa Lemons Total


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

1960-61
1961-62


421
1,028
645
361
192
255
258
239
215
139

148
139
144
296
112
65
86
70
50
52

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

30
17


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

9,969
34,916


223
1
716
294
9
856
201
101


258
6
10
11
39
15


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
480

1,129
810


1,252
1,266

1,661
1,679
1,392
2,989
1,770
2,346
3,822
4,356
4,309
1,850

1,351
1,038
554
1,226
789
636
4,090
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

4,231
1,275


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
4,22L
5,923
6,875

7,351
6,040
6,908
31,621
63,333
29,398
31,845
18,736
29,762
20,819

15,359
37,018


- _____ J 1- J. I I ______ i ______









Movement of Orange Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1961 to June 30, 1962


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


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


29
310
211
83


49
456



97
18





4


292
1

2
1


78,075
36,438
247
14,641
25


4 1,220
1114
833
S 4


3,607
4

2


4


2,956
1,190
41
19


44
46
1


63
2
4


2,400
1,583
376
622


7




70

1


30
4
60
1,578


2
5

5

11


16
19
I 26
74


3,062
12

251







5


Total 1,257 13 55 300 (35,21( 4,30 5,059 1,695 163 3,330 1


Table VI.






Table VI. Movement of Orange Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1961 to June 30, 1962 (continued)



Oranges Dade DeSoto Duval Escambia Flagler Franklin Gilchrist Gulf Hardee Hendry


Valencia 14,263 15,009 3,795 1 1 46,669 6,043
Pineapple 4,768 13,616 293 1 1 43,353 6,691
Parson Brown 13 319 2 1 8 9
Hamlin 2,253 12,275 4,282 12 11 2 52,840 14,623
Lue Gum Gong 1 1 3
Surprise Navel
Washington Navel 377 101 2 1
Summerfield Navel 10 1 45
Glen Navel 2 4
Dream Navel 6
Choate Navel 1 6
Other Navels 32 1 194 12 1 9
Ruby Blood 2 4
Jaffa 5 10
Pope Summer
Homosassa
Walkers Early
Enterprise Seedless
Glen Summer 1
Conners Seedless
Queen 2,213 840 5,235 16,325 86
Delicious
Other Oranges 3 35 1


Total 23,942 41,741 14,286 16 58 4 1 12 159,199 27,465








Table VI. Movement of Orange Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1961 to June 30, 1962 (continued)

Her- High- Hills- Indian Jack- Lafa-
Oranges nando lands borcugh River son yette Lake Lee Leon Levy Manatee

Valencia 2,080 55,977 88,199 40,204 71,529 3,798 10,479
Pineapple 340 15,832 24,797 15,200 2 22,279 1,635 7 3,347
Parson Brown 4 36 1,217 42,215 89 2 16
Hamlin 18,037 24,650 73,049 14,785 49 122,575 2,822 8,965
Lue Gim Gong 155 250 2
Surprise Navel 1 1 5 14
Washington Navel 2 673 67 155 40 16
Summerfield Navel 19 169 1,031 1 5,273 2 3
Glen Navel 316 6
Dream Navel 5 162 132 1 58
Choate Navel 2 905
Other Navels 33 49 2,598 173 60 1,487 30 2 3 141
Ruby Blood 6 6 3
Jaffa 3 12
Pope Summer 1 8 129 1
Homosassa
Walkers Early
Enterprise Seedless 3
Glen Summer 16
Conners Seedless 3
Queen 502 1,353 9,7Y3 7,981 10 241
Deli cious
Other Oranges 34 649 2 5


'potal 20,5 9'(7,050 192,'758 )1 ,,22 L09 3 27',, 19) 8, 43) 3 12 23, 30(,






Table VI. Movement of Orange Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1961 to June 30, 1962 (continued)


Oka- Okee- Palm
Oranges Marion Martin Monroe Nassau loosa chobee Orange Osceola Beach Pasco Pinellas

Valencia 3,118 45,769 4 4,050 60,005 7,731 4,508 25,153 5,776
Pineapple 1,068 6,963 2 1 1 2,643 38,385 4,258 162 9,763 2,971
Parson Brown 10,619 1 2 13,868 592 9 238 107
Hamlin 4,109 7,221 2 1,026 142 82,384 18,330 22 47,653 2,079
Lue Gim Gong 2 5 3 3 37
Surprise Navel
Washington Navel 3 180 16 13 89 470
Summerfield Navel 2,499 11 1 356 4 58 20 73
Glen Navel 76 32 245
Dream Navel 8 5 50 1 2 37 2
Choate Navel 2 404 2
Other Navels 290 23 451 18 572 2,082 80
Ruby Blood 1 1
Jaffa 2 282 75
Pope Summer 3 2
Homosassa 30
Walkers Early 1
Enterprise Seedless
Glen Summer 9 1 1 1
Conners Seedless
Queen 9 3,419 190 93
Delicious 533 420
Other Oranges 1 6


Total 21,713 59.993 9 1 1,032 6,854 200,053 31,654 5,426 85,259 12,046







Table VI. Movement of Orange Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1961 to June 30, 1962 (concluded)

Saint Saint Santa Sara- Semi-
Oranges Polk Putnam Johns Lucie Rosa scta nole Sumter Volusia Tctal~

Valencia 208,717 4,385 13 62,697 908 5,389 3 7,459 890,626
Pineapple 99,055 1,314 23 24,277 1,330 3,930 3,092 568 391,527
Parson Brown 4,483 1,362 6 56 407 679 2,957 80,278
Hamlin 122,760 6,684 49 28,659 1 2,950 12,256 1,556 14,680 721,067
Lue Gim Gong 27 350 1 1 16 883
Surprise Navel 15 41 77
Washington Navel 920 412 52 25 42 25 1 397 5,448
Summerfield Navel 1,670 22 1 14 4 687 1 798 13,394
Glen Navel 207 120 13 19 1,874
Dream Navel 182 4 1 1 666
Choate Navel 3 280 1,744 3 3,354
Other Navels 451 821 3 2,443 34 22 8 909 16,889
Ruby Blood 1 8 61
Jaffa 3,493 130 I 7 4,024
Pope Summer 1 148 295
Homosassa 1 i 31
Walkers Early 1
Enterprise Seedless 812 293 1,113
Glen Summer 25 1 59
Conners Seedless 1 4
Queen 37,540 6,475 10 5 92,310
Delicious 569 1,553
Other Oraniges 2,988 57 3 144 10 3,946


T 1
'tIl l 1i 3 l6,403 I l 1),o3 23,'i4l 5,3)i0 28,116 ;229,8o


XNS) u ramiigc Tlra s ippedo ion t Cakllioin, Dixie, Caddoi W, Giuesin, g11til Cu it ,
Suwarnni(', Taylor, Union, Wakulla, Walton and Washi ngton CouniLies.


Imen;;, Jefferson, Liberly, Madison,







Table VII. Movement of Grapefruit Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1961 to June 30, 1962



Brad- Colum-
Grapefruit Alachua Bay ford Brevard Broward Charlotte Citrus Clay Collier bia Dade DeSoto

Marsh Seedless 73 3 3 485 221 25 9 42 11 448 1,221
Duncan 12 28 1 74 65 38 8 1 11 62 2
Conners Prolific
Foster 2 3 17 1
Thompson 72 15 1 47 90 8 6 159 1
Other Pink 40 13 1 1 13 4
Red Seedy 33 16
Red Seedless 6 1 25 64 10 3 5 172
Other Red 1 7 50 1 19 1 63 2
McCarty
Triumph
Excelsior
Davis Seedless 15 32
Royal
Leonardi
Silver Cluster 1
Isle of Pine 4 84
Other Grapefruit 1 28 652 19 42 27 2



Total 167 74 6 1,366 557 137 18 72 32 1 1,061 1,232








Table VII. Movement of Grapefruit Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1961 to June 30, 1962 (continued)


Jack- Jef-
Grapefruit son ferson Lake Lee Leon Levy Manatee Marion Martin Monroe Nassau Okaloosa

Marsh Seedless 799 100 1 106 56 187 9 2
Duncan 273 127 1 1 1,241 31 12 1 1 7
Conners Prolific 3
Foster 2
Thompson 1 25 44 110 26 5 4
Other Pink 633 18 2 14 6
Red Seedy 17
Red Seedless 731 40 4 18 9 2
Other Red 24 102 25 56 4 15 3
McCarty 3
Triumph 2
Excelsior
Davis Seedless 2 4
Royal 16
Leonardi
Silver Cluster
Isle of Pine 1
Other Grapefruit 1 1 3 2 5 5 25




Total 26 1 2,571 355 3 4 1,571 146 233 20 3 35










Table VII. Movement of Grapefruit Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1961 to June 30, 1962 (continued)


Okee- Palm Saint Saint Santa
Grapefruit chobee Orange Osceola Beach Pasco Pinellas Polk Putnam Johns Lucie Rosa

Marsh Seedless 633 4,892 247 292 1,186 2,477 5,784 495 31 20,881
Duncan 4 159 15 93 28 511 2,621 107 2
Conners Prolific 3
Foster 2 1
Thompson 5 644 7 83 110 148 246 37 69 1
Other Pink 53 4 2 160 40 5 3
Red Seedy 1
Red Seedless 2 29 13 27 1 209 455 54 6
Other Red 2 170 1 180 19 179 580 109 14 31 1
McCarty 1 13
Triumph
Excelsior 7
Davis Seedless
Royal
Leonardi 4
Silver Cluster
Isle of Pine
Other Grapefruit 34 19 7 9



Total 64i6 5,9B6 ;87 69C 1,356 3,68i 9,7)I2 815 5' 20,990









Table VII. Movement of Grapefruit Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1961 to June 30, 1962 (concluded)



Grapefruit Sarasota Seainole Sumter Volusia Wakulla Walton Washington Total*

Marsh Seedless 770 24 3 514 79,815
Duncan 54 35 5 65 6 2 6,496
Conners Prolific 2 8
Foster 3 20 80
Thompson 115 14 102 2,497
Other Pink 15 4 1,200
Red Seedy 72
Red Seedless 54 92 2,314
Other Red 15 6 13 1 2,306
McCarty 2 20
Triumph 2
Excelsior 7
Davis Seedless 3 56
Royal 11 30
Leonardi 6
Silver Cluster 8
Isle of Pine 1 90
Other Grapefruit 5 10 2 1 978



Total 1,046 81 18 814 1 7 2 95,985
__________________ I ________________ ______________


*No grapefruit trees shipped
Li'trty, Madison, Suwannee,


into Baker, Calhoun, Dixie,
Taylor and Union Counties.


Escambia, Gadsden, Glades, Hamilton, Lafayette,





Table VIII. Movement of Mandarin Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1961 to June 30, 1962

(D

Mandarin Alachua Baker Bay Bradford Brevard Broward Calhoun Charlotte Citrus Clay Collier

King 1 1 28 18 9 9
Temple 243 880 218 77 16 10 11
Oneco Tangerine 1 4 26 5
Dancy Tangerine 16 1 294 65 8 6 18
Other Tangerines 919 486 3 4 1 11
Clementine
Murcott Honey 4 3 94 34 414 13
Ponkan 60 1 6 1 8 9
Other Mandarins 1 7 2
Owari Satsuma 297 482 111 7
Other Satsumas 17 92 3 41 2 2


Total 1,556 489 203 10 ,2 10 39 I _..







Oneco Taiiger i ne 77 j I
inOtg I Mt Ii S

One(- : ) hi;- i :

Ot,-her u c ; I r
C Leoi-r i i .r (
'IA '
PTe le I vi 6 M d rl
OCkar-t i lw ')


T ot I




Table VIII. Movement of Mandarin Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1961 to June 30, 1962 (continued)

Her- High- Hills- Indianr Jeffer- Lafa-
Mandarin Hendry nando lands borough Holmes River Jacksson on yette Lake Lee

King 5 4 2 42 4 66 10
Temple 4 47 5,742 6,312 2,207 1 6,947 260
Oneco Tangerine 10 8
Dancy Tangerine 790 6,043 381 35 20 2,078 152
Other Tangerines 4 25 509 67 2,398 10 6,385 29
Clementine 2 528 5
Murcott Honey 6 2,387 6,255 7,999 10,801 2 12,154 29
Ponkan 6 20
Other Mandarins 2
Owari Satsuma 20 716 20 143
Other Satsumas 2 54 14 39 37 2 1,907


Total 29 3,255 18,571 15,581 14 15,445 91 37 3 30,228 493

j i Oka- Okee-
Mandarin Leon Levy Liberty Manatee Marion Martin Monroe loosa chobee Orange

King 6 4 10 4 10
Tmple 3 ,881 1,086 124 2 2 64 8,504
Oneco Tangerine 26 222 1 1
Dancy Tangerine 242 36 12 4 11 2,643
Other Tangerines 1 15 556 7 2 20,302
Clementine
Murcott Honey 1 122 2,579 794 5 15,069
Ponkan 2 31 28
Other Mandarins 8 20 2
Owari Satsuma 52 3 205 1 50 87 69
Other Satsumas 74 1i 194 50 259


Total 127 15 3 2,302 4,902 948 13 81 139 80 46,887




Id
oS
Table VIII. Movement of Mandarin Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1961 to June 30, 1962 (concluded)
Fo

Palm Saint Saint Santa Sara-
Mandarin Osceola Beach Pasco Pinellas Polk Putnam Johns Lucie Rosa sota Seminole

King 4 9 7 175 4 1 10 3
Temple 2,044 410 2,228 887 9,503 587 11,551 131 291
Oneco Tangerine 7 10 24
Dancy Tangerine 4 83 17 685 3,026 2,912 69 1,544 32 648
Other Tangerines 181 68 12 32 4,197 1,529 4,984 6 6,777
Clementine 1 1 7 6
Murcott Honey 153 205 2,150 940 34,272 990 4 4,724 43 798
Ponkan 1 8 44 1 1
Other Mandarins 3
Owari Satsuma 6 3 10 5 292 214 151 33
Other Satsumas 2 7 9 30 6 36 1 30 3 4


Total 2,394 790 4,426 2,770 51,021 6,398 289 22,813 181 252 8,551

Suwan- IWash-
Mandarin Sumter nee Volusia Wakulla Walton ington Total*


King
Temple
Oneco Tangerine
Dancy Tangerine
Other Tangerines
Clementine
Murcott Honey
Porlkan
Other" M: nllr ins
Ow:i.r i ;:i.L::um;
O t i f ;iw ,;u.t,-


t I


X N i'I I : l. ;'1


6
303

1,839
25

1,03.1
I:,


531
64,606
w22
25,323
52, o080
55)1
113,627
33i

)I Ii(


'I II


i il.i I l)ixii ( !:x itl,,, 1l l i.i I l 'i ,i M Ilf i:'. i 1, I i, y l i i t. !11 Il I i i i ( ) lu i I :.


- t







Table IX. Movement of Lime Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1961 to June 30, 1962



Limes Alachua Brevard Broward Charlotte Citrus Clay Collier Columbia Dade DeSoto

Tahiti 7 34 275 39 400 21 8 10,691 2
Key 10 50 18 3 500 1
Rangpur 15 1 1
Bearss 37
Other Limes 17 3 49 3 12



To tl 24 47 426 57 400 24 11 13 11,192 3


High- Hills- Indian
Limes Duval Hardee Hendry Hernando lands borough River Lake Lee Manatee

Tahiti 2 1 6 402 201 145 276 435 19 33
Key 1 1 26 1 4 19 25
Rangpur 1 1 2 2
Bearss
Other Limes 42 1 13 6 10



Total 45 3 6 402 201 172 278 454 44 70








Table IX. Movement of Lime Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1961 to June 30, 1962 (concluded)


Palm
Limes Marion Martin Monroe Nassau Orange Osceola Beach Pasco Pinellas Polk Putnam


Tahiti 61 21 1 45 4 53 11 191 95 63
Key 1 39 4 92 10 66 2 1
Rangpur 1
Bearss 1
Other Limes 5 1 2 2 1 2 4



Total 61 27 40 1 50 6 147 22 259 101 65


Saint Sara- Semi- Suwan-
Limes Lucie sota nole nee Volusia Total*


Tahiti 35 57 16 15 13,665
Key 16 12 902
Rangpur 10 1 35
Bearss 38
Other Limes 8 18 199



Total 51 87 16 1 33 14,839


xNo lime( tre(c;:: liippd into Baker, Bay, BradFord, C:lhllo nl, Dixie, Er.erIlanbin, Flaglcr, Frnikl in, Gadsden,
Gilchrict, Glade;, Gul', HauniiLobrn, lHolmnne, Jackson, J(l'icrson,r LaF'ayeLtt, Lon, Levy, IibeI'rty, Madison,
(kalo c.(I Okeechlee, !ai tr Joln; ;anta l ona umnbcr, ';a ylor, Union, Wnaill a, Walton and Wanrhington
Count ies.






Table X. Movement of Lemon Trees to Destinations


Lemons


Ponderosa
Villafranca
Meyer
Harvey
Everbearing
Messina
Avon
Sicily
Other Lemons


Alachua


+


1 T 5 r r


Baker


Bay


Brevard


Broward


Char-
lotte


Citrus


Clay


Collier


Dade


DeSoto


Duval


- 4 + 4 4- I 4- 4


49
4
171
37
7



17


106

1

2

14


27

436


1


1


1


17

211
2


11


6,001



770


Total 17 1 25 132 285 137 463 42 3 245 6,771 167


!Escam- Flag- Frank- i Her- jHigh- Hills- Indian Jef-
Lemons bia ler lin Gadsden Hardce Hendry nando lands borough River ferson Lake
_I_ i

Ponderosa 1 21 72 16 30
Villafranca 1
Meyer 30 1 1 6 817 2 225 7 25,007 124 1 72
Harvey 1 4
Everbearing 2 1 2
Messina
Avon 1 6 1
Sicily
Other Lemons 1 31 4


_Total 31 1 2 81_ 2 2I7 1 1 151 1_ 109
Total 31 1 2 6 818 2 247 15 25,l16 151 1 109
317 1 5,1 5


by Counties, July 1, 1961 to June 30, 1962








Table X. Movement of Lemon Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1961 to June 30, 1962 (concluded)

Palm
Lemons Lee Leon Levy Manatee Marion Martin Monroe Okaloosa Orange Osceola Beach

Ponderosa 35 42 30 4 37 1 20
Villafranca 1 3 1
Meyer 88 2 1 46 38 6 3 1 188 1 98
Harvey 1 3 8 6 2 10
Everbearing 4
Messina 31 13
Avon 2 1 1
Sicily
Other Lemons 29 2


Total 125 2 1 125 68 20 4 1 268 17 128

Saint Saint Sara-
Lemons Pasco Pinellas Polk Putnam Johns Lucie sota Seminole Sumter Volusia Total*

Ponderosa 31 50 31 150 3 20 9 1 23 810
Villafranca 1 6 17
Meyer 16 297 265 193 8 27 79 27 46 34,916
Harvey 1 26 53 1 5 170
Everbearing 18
Messina 29 1 84
Avon 2 1 3 1 803
Sicily 12 34 52
Other Lemonsr 7 2 2 2 148


Total 57 1109 35 357 1. 31 11.1 37 1 105 37,018

XNo lemonn tl :. ;; :; iiipp d i tLo lh, r: i l l '(d, C'i .l Iun C( llmrib :i, Dixie, ( il ti L, ( : :, C ill', ]lmil t,(r, i lm :,
J :.ck::o, t iI,.:yil. t,tc Liril ,ly, M;,(i l:11, Nl ;:;.: n kr ()k l< .', ,;n.nl,;i. ::l ,:I f wnllIy or, Union, Wtikutl la,,
WiltclJn ,n.ll Wli.:;hinrigtonl Ccount, i ":.





Table XI. Movement of Tangelo Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1961 to June 30, 1962

I
Tangelos Alachua Baker Bradford Brevard Broward Charlotte Citrus Clay Collier Dade DeSoto

Orlando 8 2 1 1,669 72 2 402 10 3 440 1,182
Seminole 1 6
Minneola 799 266 27 1 1 8 156 5
Thornton 2
"K" Early 920 i
Other Tangelos 5 26 8 10 1 36 239


Total 8 7 1 3,417 352 39 404 11 11 636 1,426


Her- High- Hills- Indian
Tangelos Duval Hardee Hendry nando lands borough River Lake Lee Levy Manatee


Orlando 45 388 1 29 4,258 4,352 3,042 17,780 1,111 191
Seminole 1 7 2 35
Minneola 52 207 14 15 31 259 714 6 52 172
Thornton
"K" Early 4 250 1,600 5,204
Other Tangelos 10 2 2 670 2 1,218 21 1 35



Total 108 595 15 46 4,295 5,538 5,358 24,210 1,219 1 398








Table XI. Movement of Tangelo Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1961 to June 30, 1962 (concluded)

Okee- Palm
Tangelos Marion Martin Monroe Nassau chobee Orange Osceola Beach Pasco Pinellas

Orlando 1,159 774 2 17 11,455 52 522 515 647
Seminole 5 1 115 5
Minneola 252 59 1 7 5 432 10 740 293 734
Thornton
"K" Early 199
Other Tangelos 9 3 1 1,447 1 6 16


Total 1,420 838 6 8 22 13,533 62 1,264 929 1,402


Saint Saint Sara-
Tangelos Polk Putnam Johns Lucie sota Seminole Sumter Volusia Total*

Orlando 16,557 478 11 6,574 70 3,061 1,036 1,939 79,857
Seminole 178
Minneola 249 50 3,648 195 11 1 52 9,524
Thornton 10 12
"K" Early 1,852 875 310 11,218
Other Tangelos 660 42 14 483 7 4,975



Total 19,318 528 11 11,139 279 3,865 1,037 2,008 105,764

*No tangelo trees shipped into Bay, Calhoun, Columbia, Dixie, Escambia, Flagler, Franklin, Gadsden, Gilchrist,
Glades, Gull', Hamilton, Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson, Lafayette, Leon, Liberty, Madison, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa,
Suwannee, Taylor, Union, Wakulla, Walton and Washington Counties.






Table XII. Movement of Kumquat Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1961 to June 30, 1962


Char- Colum-
Kumquats Alachua Baker Bay Bradford Brevard Broward Calhoun lotte Citrus Clay Collier bia

Marumi 1 1 4
Meiwa 245 99 85 5 35 116 7 8 9 15 2
Nagami 4o 53 43 5 161 111 4 15 8 16 4 2
Other Kumquats 50 33 7 70 4 5


Total 286 202 161 10 204 297 15 19 21 25 19 4


Escam- Her- High- Hills-
Kumquats Dade Duval bia Franklin Gadsden Gulf Hardee Hendry nando lands borough Holmes

Marumi 2 1 4 6
Meiwa 119 546 210 29 4 21 156
Nagami 263 107 68 4 25 29 3 2 1 115 1
Other Kumquats 34 93 5 32 3 1 22 18


Total 416 748 278 4 30 90 7 2 5 44 293 7

Indian Jack- Madi-
Kumquats River son Lake Lee Leon Levy Liberty son Manatee Marion Martin Monroe

Marumi 8 2 1
Meiwa 1 96 17 15 1 1 13 74 2
Nagami 219 11 130 82 25 3 46 58 23 1
Other Kumquats 27 21 58 42 19 17


Total 219 12 253 120 106 5 1 1 101 152 25 18









Table XII. Movement of Kumquat Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1961 to June 30, 1962 (concluded)

Palm Saint
Kumquats Nassau Okaloosa Okechobee Orange Osceola Beach Pasco Pinellas Polk Putnam Johns

Marumi 15 70
Meiwa 60 16 2 222 1 12 53 241 41 626 23
Nagami 12 1 235 1 188 25 424 160 150
Other Kumquats 61 8 19 257 1 1



Total 60 43 3 518 2 208 97 665 458 847 24


Saint Santa Semi- Wash-
Kumquats Lucie Rosa Sarasota nole Sumter Volusia Walton ington Total*


Marumi 3 2 30 150
Meiwa 10 11 13 75 6 18 58 3,419
Nagami 13 24 72 3 6 73 1 2 3,068
Other Kumquats 5 45 37 995



Total 28 38 130 78 12 130 59 32 7,632


iton, Jefferson, Lafayette,


*CNo kumnquut trees shipped into DeSoto, Dixie, Flaglcr, Gilchrist, Glades, Hami
Suwannee, Taylor, Union and Wakulla Counties.







Table XIII. Movement of Miscellaneous Citrus Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1961 to June 30, 1962



Miscellaneous Alachua Baker Bay Brevard Broward Charlotte Clay Collier Dade DeSoto Duval

Eustis Limequat 14 15 1 3 35 42
Lakeland Limequat 1 22 2 18 28
Other Limequats
Calamondin 35 35 190 2,425 10 2 24 45,902 6 306
Shaddock 1
Other Citrus 1 2



Total 37 14 50 214 2,427 12 5 24 45,955 6 376


Frank- Gads- Her- High- Hills- Indian Lafa-
Miscellaneous lin den Hardee nando lands borough River yette Lake Lee Leon

Eustis Limequat 1 6 25
Lakeland Limequat 2 10 4 8 17 3 24 2
Other Limequats 1
Calamondin 1 21 123 13 2 386 10,212 12
Shaddock
Other Citrus 1 1 5



Total 1 6 5 10 26 156 35 2 389 10,236 14
_____________________________________________ ____________________ _______________ __________________I ________________________ _____________________ _________________ __________________ ____________________ __________________________







r'z
Table XIII. Movement of Miscellaneous Citrus Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1961 to June 30, 1962
(concluded)

Oka- Okee- Palm
Miscellaneous Manatee Marion Martin Monroe Nassau loosa chobee Orange Osceola Beach Pasco


Eustis Limequat 17 1 10 50
Lakeland Limequat 4 4 2 14 4 2 2
Other Limequats 1
Calamondin 98 1 35 27 2 14 3 343 1 303 174
Shaddock
Other Citrus 1



Total 102 23 36 27 2 14 5 367 5 356 176

Saint Saint Sara-
Miscellaneous Pinellas Polk Putnam Johns Lucie sota Sumter Volusia Walton Total*

Eustis Limequat 45 82 24 2 19 392
Lakeland Limequat 144 11 3 1 2 15 3 352
Other Limequats 2
Calamondin 315 421 212 5 143 46 11 162 3 62,024
Shaddock 1 2
Other Citrus 8 1 22


Total 512 432 2~99 29 1)1 51 11 196 6 62,794

*XN(o miL Icc llan'o ; 11.)rc: ul )ih pp d i ntl. B1r:.( l' rId' C(d l tlonm Citru; Columir ii., I)Ixie, E;hcun lie: .ni Fi'.agler, Gi cihr- i;t,
2Cl;l( :;;, Gul ', l[unmi lt,01, HIleidry, l, ilm n', Jackl:;n J 'l''i r;;oi, Levy, I, i rty MrKlt i: n) ;:,til.,i, Ro;r, S rmi nol ,
GIwannIec, Tay l or, Un i on, Wakul ia ;irnid W~i:;hi ngton counritis.





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Table XIV. Movement of All Citrus Trees to Destinations by Counties
July 1, 1961 to June 30, 1962


COUNTIES ALL CITRUS COUNTIES ALL CITRUS


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
DeSoto
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Gulf
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette


Percent


.1
*


5.1
.3
*X
.2
.1

.1
*X
3.1
2.0
.7
*X
*X





5.9
1.0
.9
4.3
8.7

4.9


*


Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Pal.. Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
Saint Johns
Saint Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washington

TOTAL**


Trees


+


333,408
21,026
255
38
4
1
27,975
28,485
62,120
137
156
1,264
7,610
267,662
34,427
9,017
92,322
21,747
563,939
25,712
570
182,055
222
7,346
36,069
6,448
21
35,072
2
153
142

2,819,452


Percent


11.8
.8
*
*
*
*
1.0
1.0
2.2



.3
9.5
1.2
.3
3.3
.8
20.0
.9

6.5

.3
1.3
.2
*
1.2




100.0


Trees


3,352
726
568
327
142,429
9,066
25
5,588
3,440
466
3,599
94
86,208
54,706
20,311
900
65
25
51
3
215
167,428
27,522
24,570
121,380
243,647
23
137,028
238
39
8


* Less than .05
**No citrus trees shipped into Dixie, Glades, Hamilton, Taylor and Union Counties.






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Table XV. Percentage Distribution of Kind of Rootstock by Scion Variety, July 1, 1961 to June 30, 1962



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

ORANGES

Valencia 68.0 27.3 .9 3.2 .6
Pineapple 54.7 35.4 .9 .1 7.7 1.2
Parson Brown 7.6 77.8 2.0 .2 12.4
Hamlin 16.3 58.9 10.2 .2 13.6 .8
Lue Gim Gong 21.9 78.0 .1
Surprise Navel 27.3 45.4 27.3
Washington Navel 12.4 57.2 28.3 1.9 .2
Summerfield Navel .9 82.5 8.6 8.0
Glen Navel 95.1 4.1 .8
Dream Navel 21.5 56.6 .1 21.8
Choate Navel 93.7 6.3
Other Navels 17.6 62.0 11.9 8.5
Ruby Blood 8.2 88.6 1.6 1.6
Jaffa 89.3 10.2
Pope Summer 1.7 33.9 .7 63.7
Homosassa 96.8 3.2
Walkers Earl y 100.0
iLt, rpri ;(, i i n rIummer ]3.I 91.5 1 .1 3.)
n ; 5.0 5

Del ic 30 ] ;. 0 0.00


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Table XVI. Percentage Distribution of Kind of Rootstock by Scion Variety, July 1, 1961 to June 30, 1962


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

GRAPEFRUIT
Marsh Seedless 29.4 62.7 .4 7.5 *
Duncan 64.2 32.7 1.6 1.5 *
Conners Prolific 87.5 12.5
Foster 20.0 66.3 2.5 6.2 5.0
Thompson 59.2 32.4 2.5 5.9
Other Pink 72.2 16.8 3.4 7.4 .2
Red Seedy 25.0 75.0
Red Seedless 86.8 13.1 .1 *
Other Red 60.5 30.4 .1 .3 8.3 .4
McCarty 15.0 80.0 5.0
Triumph 100.0
Excelsior 100.0
Davis Seedless 91.1 8.9
Royal 56.7 43.3
Leonardi 66.7 33.3
Silver Cluster 100.0
Isle of Pine 12.2 1.1 86.7
Other Grapefruit 7.0 78.3 10.0 2.0 2.7

All Grapefruit 35.0 57.4 .4 .3 6.9 *


*Less than .05 percent







Table XVII. Percentage Distribution of Kind of Rootstock by Scion Variety, July 1, 1961 to June 30, 1962

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

MANDARIN

King 35.4 22.8 2.1 .2 39.1 .4
Temple 3.8 16.7 14.6 64.8 .1
Oneco Tangerine 28.4 4.0 67.6
Dancy Tangerine 75.0 4.7 6.4 .2 13.7 *
Other Tangerines 11.2 19.3 12.1 57.4 *
Clementine .9 .7 .2 98.2
Murcott Honey 48.5 10.0 1.3 40.2 *
Ponkan 4.5 32.6 35.0 12.3 15.6
Other Mandarins 63.5 28.6 6.3 1.6
Owari Satsuma 1.7 3.2 70.5 24.4 .2
Other Satsumas .3 46.3 16.7 28.7 7.3 .6 .1
All Mandarin 31.1 13.3 7.4 1.7 46.4 .1 *

LIMES
Tahiti 19.1 1.0 4.4 3.9 1.2 3.6 66.8 *
Key 54.1 5.5 .3 6.4 .3 33.3 .1
Rangpur 2.9 5.7 71.4 8.6 5.7 5.7
Bearss 97.4 2.6
Other Limer; 31.2 2.5 20.1 39.7 5.0 1.5
All Limen; 21.6 1.3 .3 4.8 4.1 1.0 3.4 63.5
LEMONS
Pondero;a 34.7 27.I 16.) 12.0 -1.h 8.1
Villafran-a 5.9 61.7 23.5 5.)
Meyer 7.7 .9 x .3 1. 0 88. x
Harvey 90.6 I4.1 1.8 2.3 1.
Ev ('rbtear i I; 72.2 16.7 11.1
Me~A ;i a P. 4. 8
Avon 96.) .2 3.4
;i i y 88. 5 1 .9 9.6
Otliel (. lin;: 9.' 11l .6 I .3 ;.) 2- 3 ; ".
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Table XVIII. Percentage Distribution of Kind of Rootstock by Scion Variety, July 1, 1961 to June 30, 1962


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

TANGELOS
Orlando 24.6 11.9 14.9 45.5 3.1
Seminole 69.1 30.9
Minneola 25.2 48.2 .2 26.4 *
Thornton 25.0 75.0
"K" Early 1.3 20.4 2.8 75.5
Other Tangelos 3.1 7.7 19.7 69.4 .1 *
All Tangelos 21.2 15.9 12.5 48.0 2.4

KUMQUATS
Marumi 51.3 48.7
Meiwa 18.5 .6 .1 71.1 9.5 .2
Nagami 39.4 6.4 2.0 22.5 25.6 4.0 .1 *
Other Kumquats 42.5 6.4 .2 24.2 26.1 .5 .1
All Kumquats 29.7 3.7 .9 45.1 18.9 1.7 *

MISCELLANEOUS

Eustis Limequat 12.5 87.5
Lakeland Limequat 84.9 2.3 8.0 3.4 .8 .6
Other Limequats 50.0 50.0
Calamondin 5.0 .2 1.1 2.0 .2 91.5 *
Shaddock 100.0
Other Citrus 22.7 9.1 40.9 4.6 13.6 9.1
All Miscellaneous 5.5 .2 1.6 2.0 .2 90.4 .1

ALL CITRUS 41.5 36.0 5.2 .5 12.7 .6 3.5 *

*Less than .05 percent

ZS/lst 11/26/62
Exp. Sta., Ag. Ec. 1200 copies





Page 34


Other publications available of nursery stock movement series:


Agr. Ec. Mimeo Report


62-7 Movement of Citrus Trees
July 1, 1928 to June 30,
61-6 Movement of Citrus Trees
July 1, 1928 to June 30,
60-7 Movement of Citrus Trees
July 1, 1928 to June 30,
59-5 Movement of Citrus Trees
July 1, 1928 to June 30,


from Florida Nurseries,
1961.
from Florida Nurseries,
1960.
from Florida Nurseries,
1959.
from Florida Nurseries,
1958.


Other publications available in citrus costs and returns series:


Agr. Ext. Ser. Ec. Series


62-16 29 Years
Florida,
61-1 27 Years
Florida,
58-6 25 Years
Florida,


of Citrus Costs
1931-1960.
of Citrus Costs
1931-1958.
of Citrus Costs
1931-1956.


and Returns in

and Returns in

and Returns in


60-2 27 Years of Orange Costs and
Florida, 1931-1958.


Some other citrus publications:

Agr. Ext. Ser. Ec. Series


Returns in


62-9 Citrus Grove Records.
61-11 How Many Citrus Trees per Acre?
59-6 Cost of Planting and Developing Florida
Citrus Groves Through 10 Years of Age.
62-7 So You Would Like to Set a Citrus Grove.
60-8 Citrus Yield Per Tree By Age.


Circular 119-B, Should I Buy A Citrus Grove?
Estimating the Value of Citrus Fruit as It Develops.
Agr. Ec. Mimeo Report 62-11 Cost of Picking and Hauling Florida Citrus
Fruits, 1960-61 Season.
62-12 Cost of Processing, Warehousing and Selling
Florida Citrus Products, 1960-61 Season.
62-14 Cost of Packing and Selling Florida Fresh
Citrus Fruit, 1960-61 Season.
62-15 Cost of Processing, Warehousing and Selling
Florida Citrus By-Products, 1960-61 Season.


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