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"EC -r October 1964


AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS
MIMEO REPORT EC 65-5


MOVEMENT OF CITRUS TREES

FROM

FLORIDA NURSERIES


JULY 1, 1928

TO
JUNE 30, 1964


ZACH SAVAGE
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMIST



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS
FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATIONS
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA






Agricultural Economics Mimeo Report EC '-


MOVEMENT OF CITRUS TREES FRCM FLORIDA NURSERIES
JULY 1, 1928 TO JUNE 30, 1964















Zach Savage
Agricultural Economist














Department of Agricultural Economics
Florida Agricultural Experiment Stations
Gainesville, Florida


October 1964






MOVEMENT OF CITRUS TREES FROM FLORIDA NURSERIES
JULY 1, 1928 TO JUNE 30, 1964

Data of this pTblication 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
July 1, 1928 to June 30, 1964


Destinations


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


699,343
296,306

424,768

598,759

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

2,311,114
2,229,480
1,244,226
1,834,647


8,348
8,547

31,788

67,725

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

10,286
14,839
5,329
70,436


2,020
1,907

9,008

15,459

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

15,359
37,018
22,221
57,873


904
899

1,789

3,505

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

113,721
105,764
59,439
166,381


74,879
9,389

11,470

14,884

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

47,730
70,426
33,538
15,987


1,362,538
785,911

687,29'

844,624

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

2,835,190
2,819,452
1,588,978
2,524,580


1928-29
1929-30

1930-35

1935-40

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
1962-63
1963-64


305,641
328,991

145,940

115,757

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
69,131
129,014


271,403
139,877

62,535

28,535

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

196,327
265,940
155,094
250,242


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Table II.


Orange Trees Moved from Florida Nurseries to Florida Destinations
July 1, 1928 to June 30, 1964


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


1928-29
1929-30

1930-35

1935-40

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
1962-63
1963-64


285,420
101,383

150,867

163,586

189,090
196,199
170,399
241,379
232,037
248,085
329,089
258,850
208,457
482,530

403,032
319,104
371,056
660,867
861,525
947,935
995,273
399,811
803,576
817,072

850,777
890,626
527,897
585,800


101,362
55,843

44,826

62,858

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

479,479
391,527
253,685
364,195


83,323
27,936

38,291

33,522

37,545
51,764
48,809
53,032
43,383
54,316
87,517
48,976
38,105
101,885

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

78,965
80,278
31,065
42,914


60,084
29,633

92,195

190,455

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
314,928
670,066


48,943
12,976

24,222

36,638

31,158
35,776
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
18,321
167


2,090
76o

3,970

7,693

30,619
29,419
18,570
41,791
29,231
29,173
11,093
22,446
21,034
26,090

22,825
19,928
25,840
45,062
75,776
56,228
44, 621
9,388
38,890
36,456

33,514
41,702
27,444
21,811


118,121
67,775

70,397

94,662

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

162,3604
103, 102
68,094
132,736


I_ & ________ 3 3


699,343
296,306


598,759

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

2,311,114
2,229,480
1,244,226
1,834,647


*Not tabulated separately


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9,345

*
*X
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

1,706
295
2,792
16,958






Grapefruit Trees Moved From Florida Nurseries to Florida Destinations, July 1, 1928 to June 30, 1964,


?ear

1.928-29
)29-30

1930-35

1935-40

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
158-59
1959-61

1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
(63-64


Marsh
Seedless


151,776 23,039
I~I 1-4 I 6 .1 6 .1 1 L I
1,607 4,523 10,551 407


151,776
122,459

61,760

48,031

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
57,231
105,058


I- Y 4. I -


Duncan


Conners
Early


42,379
48,405

10,102

5,719

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
5,649
4,807
6,056
3,339
9,806
9,774

12,163
6,496
3,561
7,504


Foster


Thomp-
son


Red
Seedy


Red
Seedless


Walters


McCarty


Excel-
sior


Davis
Seed-
less


Other
Grape-
fruit


23,039
24,064

10,602

1,192

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

5,997

5,160

2,240
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
4,949
2,206
1,732
486

291
80
48
15


1,607
1,671

14,387

31,872

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

4,374
2,497
2,603
2,814


48,150

53,056
49,911
48,647
37,499
17,476
8,976
9,881
4,370
5,620
5,441

186
72
19
3


730

1,561
1,688
8,209
4,277
3,524
45,105
45,958
55,071
61,161
97,879

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

6,721
2,314
2,707
4,777


4,523
6,722

589

277

8
2
3

1




17
18
3
9
9
11
24
5
4


10,551
4,673

636

628

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
2


14,863
28,702

6,642

3,247

733
1,129
850
2,154
1,564
3,743
9,804
1,018
2,067
2,492

2,743
236
171
169
70
38
8
2
239
6

11
7

2


407
408

271

261

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

274
438
692
243
253
391
169
186
214
228

44
56
5
2


53,271
89,068

34,954

18,640

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
2,955
8,839


Total


305,641
328,991

145,940

115,757

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
69,131
129,014


Pa le Ili.












Lime, Temple and Tangerine Trees Moved from Florida Nurseries tc


Florida Destinations, July


1, 1928 to June 30, 1964


Limes
Other
Year Tahiti Idemor Limes Total Temple Tangerines


1928-29
1929-30

1930-35

1935-40

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
1962-63
1963-64


5,607
5,535

18,639

42,546

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

6,298
13,665
3,283
6,655


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

13,149

25,179

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

3,988
1,174
2,046
63,781


8,348
8,547

31,788

67,725

26,550
14,412
14,406
11,931
1.5,190
20,874
34,755
26,392
33,635
21,180

1.7,206
25,696
35,256
87,232
71,559
27,683
1.7,769
21,387
39,722
13,858

10,286
14,839
5,329
70,436


17,200
12,731

23,347

18,826

25,190
42,745
42,217
48,510
64,954
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

58,350
64,606
32,852
87,278


I~~~ I _________


90,488
45,302

10,314

4,318

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
46,828

29,983
77,829
14,155
29,049


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Table IV.





Page 5


Lemon Trees Moved From Florida Nurseries to -'lorida Destinations
July 1, 1928 to June 30, 1964


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


1928-29
1929-30

1930-35

1935-40

1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
1943-44
1944-45
1945-46
1946-47
1947-48
1948-49
19h9-50

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

1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64


489
353

529

221

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
8
6,102


124
131

1,318

2,078

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
19,256
50,857


188

292


258
6
10
11
39
15
1

8

11
2


155
157

176

249

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
413
514


1,252
1,266

1,898

3,337

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
2,544
400


2,020
1,907

9,008

15,459

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

15,359
37,018
22,221
57,873


I I-- _______ I- I -


Table V.


4,899

9,282

259
138
130
198
244
9
3
5



16
2

5
10
9
6













Table VI. Movement of Orange Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1963 to June 30, 1964

Char-
Oranges klachua Baker Brevard Broward Calhoun lotte Citrus Clay Collier Dade DeSoto

Valencia 108 8 1,800 3,807 627 8 1 1,087 24,620 5,534
Pineapple 36 4 1,933 3,758 2,221 25 60 9,402 6,518
Parson Brown 7 4 116 28 6 64 1 87
Hamlin 14 60 2,675 67 155 91 1,909 4,123
Lue Gim Gong 4
Surprise Navel
Washington Navel 13 473 48 64 6 58 3
Summerfield Navel 4 166 368 1 131 6 3
Glen Navel 1 392
Dream Navel 78 4 9
Choate Navel
Harris Navel 7
Other Navels 279 65 1 3 1 27
Ruby Blood 4 1
Jaffa 4 70 17
Pope Summer 15
Homosassa
Enterprise Seedless
Queen 4o8 1,470 2 3,120 2,325
Delicious 4
Other Oranges 5 1 2



Total i-' '7 0,30; 9, 090 !. 3,153 261 4 1,1'5 39,246 18,52
To a I___ __ __ __ __ __ __ ___ __ 39,246_ le__, __ __ __ _









Destinations by Counties, July i, 1963 to June 30, 1964 (continue


Hills- Indian
Oranges Duval Flagler Gadsden Gulf Hardee Hendry Hernando Highlands borough River Jackscl-

Valencia 203 36,79P 14,594 1,387 28,493 35,491 68,319
Pineapple 461 12,07 10,129 1 10,404 32,310 33,187
Parson Brown 61 11 160 1 1
Hanlin 2 1 6 27,~1 1,11 ,312 1, B7 73,975 24,63(
Lue C Gong n2 1
Surprise Navel
Washington Navel 6 1 13 178 23
Summerfield Navel 302 6 65
Glen Navel
Dream Navel 65 1 594
Choate Navel
Harris Navel 130
Cth:-r Navels l1 696 730
Ruby Blood
J.ffa 14 1 25
Pope Summer 4,342 45 11,010
Homosassa
Enterprise Seedless
Queen 115 iO,085 3,956 711 1,000 27,4T7
Delicious
Other Oranges 13 28 203


9 4,,) 3


Tuble VI. Movement of OC, nge Trees to


1l) i '(


i, 81(


34,1 31';


" 1t, 70'


T'. tlaI













Table VI. Movement of Orange Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1963 to June 30, 1964 (continued)


Oka- Okee-
Oranges Lake Lee Manatee Marion Martin Monroe Nassau loosa chobee Orange Osceola

Valencia 62,291 1,304 9,145 1,232 8,057 20 2 602 80,242 3,476
Pineapple 25,251 3,251 3,182 1,499 4,114 17 1,275 52,322 452
Parson Brown lb,o33 89 41 8,564 115 1 7,076 1,995
Hamlin 115,114 295 7,948 6,809 5,507 32 150 114,539 13,467
Lue Gim Gong 7 1 5
Surprise Navel 25 4O
Washington Navel 20 91 5 2 719 24
Summerfield Navel 1,744 1 117 8 6 1,25b 40
Glen Navel 128 3
Dream Navel 10 8 41 2
Choate Navel 14 100
Harris Navel
Other Navel- 668 89 60 279 20 129 9
Ruby Blood 652 50
Jaffa 44 2 10 (0
Pope Summer 4 '55 1
Homosassa
Enterprise Seedless
Queen 9,437 66 600 2 900 1,700 2
Delicious 3,90, 35J
Other Oranges 1,063 6 8



Total 232,887 5,257 20,550 15,500 1,501 03 1 41 3,82 ,04, ],







Table VI. Movement of Orange Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1963 to June 30, 1964 (continued)

Palm Saint Saint
Oranges Beach Pasco Pinellas Polk Putnam Johns Lucie Sarasota Seminole Sumter

Valencia 6,606 65,506 4,782 72,216 884 8 27,188 3,480 14,471 1
Pineapple 7,040 38,911 3,528 60,922 9 24 38,351 96 1,126 1
Parson Brown 74 211 120 5,041 265 248 30 1,123 10
Hamlin 1,110 99,070 7,123 112,752 1,490 152 8,532 772 11,721 910
Lum Gim Gong 1 65
Surprise Navel 2 7
Washington Navel 92 10 192 286 1 12 22 3
Summerfield Navel 79 140 170 46 6 1,158 5 2 3
Glen Navel 157 34 1 12
Dream Navel 2 12 9
Choate Navel
Harris Navel 110
Other Navels 9 1,017 1,059 1,340 145 4,641 5
Ruby Blood 2 17 1 200 1
Jaffa 28 1,695 18 5
Pope Summer 1 1 1 672 4
Homosassa 2,068
Enterprise Seedless
Queen 5 932 122 37,881 10,988 5 390
Delicious 4 58
Other Oranges 2 14 22 32 13



Total 15,020 205,986 L7,182 294,318 3,012 ;8 1 91,688 4,469 28,903 925










Table VI. Movement of Orange Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 19'3 to J;:: 1.' (con'.lu~i )



Oranges Suwannee Taylor Volusia Total*

Valencia 1,402 585,800
Pineapple 305 364,195
Parson Brown 1 173 42,914
Hamlin 5,953 670,066
Lue Gim Gong 1 167
Surprise Navel 276
Washington Navel 59 2,424
Summerfield Navel 245 6,078
Glen Navel 732
Dream Navel 7 842
Choate Navel 1 115
Harris Navel 247
Other Navels 7 11,297
Ruby Blood 8 950
Jaffa 2,016
Pope Summer 16,958
Homosassa 2,068
Enterprise Seedless 150 150
Queen 28 121,713
Delicious 4,424
Other Oranges 1,415


Total 1 6 8,339 1,834,647

*No orange trees shipped into Bay, Bradford, Columbia, Dixie, Escambia, Franklin, Gilcirist, Glades, !:l.r..
Holmes, Jefferson, Lafayette, Leon, Levy, Liberty, Madison, Santa Rosa, Union,Wakuila, Walton anl Was'ti-rr
Counties.










Table VII. Movement of Grapefruit Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1963 to June 30, 1964


Char-
Grapefruit Alachua Bay Brevard Broward Calhoun lotte Citrus Collier Columbia Dade DeSoto

Marsh Seedless 5 1,331 730 68 2 5 1,160 327
Duncan 1 47 206 105 3 16 6 130 8
Foster
Thompson 3 8 73 258 5 27 192 2
Other Pink 4 10 45 35 13
Red Seedy 3
Red Seedless 83 114 39 2 21 61
Other Red 86 2 4 450 1
Excelsior
Davis Seedless
Royal
Leonardi
Isle of Pine 3 1 11
Silver Cluster
Other Grapefruit 2



Total 9 8 1,540 1,407 5 287 7 46 6 2,042 351
















Table VII. Movement of Grapefruit Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1963 to June 30, 1964 (continued)


Her- High- Hills- Indian
Grapefruit Duval Gulf Hardee Hendry nando lands borough River Lake Lee Manatee

Marsh Seedless 7 3 4 310 246 43,211 10,632 194 72
Duncan 42 1 34 798 470 366 209 443
Foster
Thompson 42 16 3 13 74 30 428 81 50
Other Pink 1 10 21 91 20 101 8
Red Seedy
Red Seedless 36 1 377 147 1,266 94 131 9
Other Red 5 44 1,423 2,773 34 1
Excelsior
Davis Seedless 1
Royal 14 40 5 31
Leonardi 3
Isle of Pine
Silver Cluster 7
Other Grapefruit 3 1 1 84 7 2 25



Total 131 16 4 5 5 833 1,361 46,491 14,355 755 640









Table VII. Movement of Grapefruit Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, L')6) to June 30, 1964 (continued)


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

Marsh Seedless 9 29 22 3 2,794 625 212 238 2,069 9,592
Duncan 4 52 1 4 141 15 156 19 1,528 2,542
Foster 4 6
Thompson 4 5 202 9 701 6 138 318
Other Pink 8 33 1 6 251
Red Seedy
Red Seedless 3 54 7 6 3 28 59 160 44 148 649
Other Red 1 4 323 2 19 317
Excelsior 2
Davis Seedless
Royal 2 1 1 4
Leonardi
Isle of Pine
Silver Cluster
Other Grapefruit 5 26 2



Total 30 139 38 6 4 7 3,553 708 1,230 313 3,)18 13,671















Table VII. Movement of Grapefruit Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1963 to June 30, 1964 (concluded)


Saint Saint
Grapefruit Putnam Johns Lucie Sarasota Seminole Sumter Volusia Total*

Marsh Seedless 12 1 30,673 389 3 3 77 105,058
Duncan 5 1 17 56 1 77 7,504
Foster 5 15
Thompson 9 2 26 48 41 2,814
Other Pink 5 1 664
Red Seedy 3
Red Seedless 25 1 1,076 110 23 4,777
Other Red 2,375 12 1 7,877
Excelsior 2
Davis Seedless 1 2
Royal 5 5 108
Leonardi 3
Isle of Pine 15
Silver Cluster 7
Other Grapefruit 4 1 1 1 165



Total 55 5 34,168 627 5 3 230 129,014


*No grapefruit trees shipped into Baker, Bradford, Clay, Dixie, Escambia, Flagler, Franklin, Gadsden, Gilchrist,
Glades, Hamilton, Holmes Jackson, Jefferson, Lafayette, Leon, Levy, Liberty, Madison, Santa Rosa, Suwannee,
Taylor, Union, Wakulla, Walton and Washington Counties.








Table VIII. Movement of Mandarin Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1963 to June 30, 1964


Mandarin Alachua Baker Bay Bradford Brevard Broward Calhoun Charlotte Citrus Clay

King 57 56 61
Temple 1 5 630 601 1 91
Oneco Tangerine 52 87
Dar-y Tangerine 46 42 41
Other Tangerines 95 30 3
Clementine
Murcott Honey 352 59 8
Robinson 1,675 30 7
Ponkan 4 2 1
Other Mandarins 1 11
Owari Satsuma 64 2 187 10 1 30
Other Satsumas 3 59 2 1


Total 69 7 187 10 2,860 942 31 293 7 2


Mandarin Collier Columbia Dade DeSoto Duval Escambia Flagler Franklin Gadsden Gilchrist

King 6 60 3 2
Temple 36 621 97 287
Oneco Tangerine 12 427
Dancy Tangerine 8 22 4 2 5 1
Other Tangerines iI 2 51
Clementine
Murcott Honey 21 7 1,4881
Robinson 19 2
Ponkan 120
Other Mandarins
Owari Satsinna 9 Il1 2POL I ) 1
Other SatmRias 4 21 l1


Total


S2, 38


______________________ ___________ 1I_________ __________a _______ ______________ __________









Table VIII. Movement of Mandarin Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1963 to June 30, 1964 (continued)

Hills- Indian
Mandarin Gulf Hardee Hendry Hernando Highlands borough River Jackson Jefferson Lake


King
Temple
Caeco Tangerine
Dancy Thanerin
Other 'Tngerines
Clementine
Mureott Boney
Rob insco
Poluan
Otbar Mandarins
Ovari 1atours
Other ~stsumas


Total


mandarin


1
183


101


175
3,552


69



69 I4, 01 5


Lee


Leon


Madison


1

1
1,576
712



51


6
1,891

16
4,552

448
341


15


71
3,971
43
397
2,023
1
6,155
10,311


I I IFI I


2.341


7,269


23,.35


1
8,789

2
59

3,043
2,720


14,614


7,6
______ _____ ______
_______--


Manatee


Marion


King I?4 Y
Temple 263 1 70 64
Oneco Tangerine '6 22
Dancy Tangerine 36 24 4
Other Tangerines 78 1 9
Clementine 65
Murcott Hone 46 7 7
Robinson 1 60
Ponkan 10 3
Other Mandarins 196 16
Owari Satsuma 124 6 54
Other Satsimas 6 2 11


Mar ir

4
89
45
67


63


20


Monroe


Nassau


Oka
loosa


_______ ____ 4


3,356

4,282
2,003

3,543
10,803


.839
3,997;


29,823


Oke-
chobee


Total 726 125 6 330 277 289 45 20 26 17









Table VIII. Movement of Mandarin Trees tc Pr. :r.. t: .. y Counties, July 1, 19it to June 30, I L' (' 'cludec)

Pair. I Saint Saint Santa
Mandarin Orange Osceola Beach Pasco Pinellas Polk Putnam Johns Lucie Rosa Sarasota

King 59 1 35 I7 72 30 14
Temple 16,082 560 1,421 3,245 3,350 i ,502 13 2,527 762
Oneco Tangerine 14 26 1
Dancy Tangerine 4,412 74 C2 T17 97 1,710 135 25
Other Tangerines 380 147 21 1,799 102 2,502 4 44
Clementine 12
Murcott Honey 21,4')8 31 3,122 2,810 1,706 5,809 632 3,034 13
Robinson 19,503 686 696 22 5,377 90 6,944 1
Ponkan 160 3 2
Other Mandarins 1 17
Owari Satsuma 33 6 4 6 0 1
Other at;umas 181 1 28 22 16 2 1


Total 62,308 1,459 -,702 9,224 5,39 29,006 880 6 36,589 0 5

3-iwan-
Marndar i Seminole Sumter --e Volusia Walt or Total*

/Kin 1 I2
Te -pic 3 1 56 "7,27"
O!eco T- r I r in I 0
Dancy T3:jr rlir 1, 1 ) IL 1,101
*: i.r Te4-rin 4 14,40
CL, mnt ine
I.,:c)t)t Ho1cney' '


0: Oher Ma! in.n j, ?.
w*ari Sal rn ma 17 4'' '0 3,597
J: ':.rr 2;at~jniTnas 1 1 4 ,' 4

."",, ** l c'",0 ,1 1 ,7 "; '", .(' '!' : '


W W '',; t ,i ,. .













Table IX. Movement of Lime Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1963 to June 30, 1964

High- Hills-
Limes Alachua Brevard Broward Charlotte Collier Dade DeSoto Duval lands borough

Tahiti (Persian) 1 49 106 78 11 5,575 1 13 137
Key 13 132 8 16 848 53
Rangpur 1
Lakeland 1
Bearss 1,858 10,036
Other Limes 6 19 20 2 1


Total 1 68 257 86 27 8,301 1 2 10,049 193

Indian Oka- Oke-
Limes River Lake Lee Manatee Marion Martin Monroe loosa chobee Orange

Tahiti (Persian) 8 1 90 113 27 4 46
Key 2 256 90 3 161 1 6
Rangpur
Lakeland 1 3
Bearss 48,531
Other Limes 2 1



Total 8 3 346 203 2 48,561 165 1 56












Table IX. Movement of Lime Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1963 to June 30, 1964 (concluded)


Palm Saint
Limes Osceola Beach Pasco Pinellas Polk Putnam Lucie Sarasota Volusia Total*

Tahiti (Persian) 22 .14 1 62 125 3 25 24 19 6,655
Key 10 92 98 11 10 55 2 1,867
Rangpur 21 2 24
Lakelani 5 4 1 15
Bears i 1,332 61,757
Other Limes 33 30 1 3 118


Total


32
I


5


190


3
I


1,367


~7 2


*Io lime trees shipped into Baker, Bay, Bradford, Calhoun, Citrus, Clay, Columbia, Dixie, Esc(a ia, Flagler,
Franklin, Gadsden, Gilchrist, Glades, Gulf, Hamilton, Harjee, Hendry, Herrnando, Holmes Ji n, Jefferson,
Lafayette, Leon, Levy, Liberty, Madison, Naissau, Saint Johns, Santa Rosa, Seminole, Sumter, Suwannee, Taylor,
Union, Wakulla, Walton and Washington ri'utis.











Table X. Movement of Lemon Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1963 to June 30, 1964


Lemons Alachua Bay Brevard Broward Calhoun Charlotte Citrus Collier Columbia Dade DeSoto

Ponderosa 1 10 11 17 7 13
Villafranca
Meyer 4 5 34 149 5 56 1 8 6 261 4,902
Harvey 2
Everbearing 1 3
Messina 5
Avon 2
Other Lemons 2 14 1 160


Total 5 5 52 177 5 74 1 15 6 438 4,902









Table X. Movement of Lemon Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1963 to June 30, 1964 (concluded)

I Oka- Okee- Palm
Lemons Manatee Marion Martin Monroe Nassau loosa chobee Orange Osceola Beach Pasc

Ponderosa 17 2 2 6 51 2
Villafranca
Meyer 5,726 2,218 33 6 2 3 51 2 117 3
Harvey 20 24 1 8
Everbearing 1
Messina 22 2 7
Avon 3
Other Lemons 3 24


Total 5,749 2,219 33 22 8 2 3 105 5 183 9

Saint Semi-
Lemons Pinellas Polk Lucie Sarasota nole Sumter Volusia Walton Total*

Ponderosa 4 306 4 14 1 1 514
Villafranca 6 1 6,102
Meyer 245 1,724 32 43 25 5 50,857
Harvey 1 60
Everbearing 6
Messina 1 10
Avon 1
Other Lemons 1 1 1 280



Total 255 2,031 36 59 38 5 57,27y


Glad es,
Jouhns,
(D
i\)


*No lemon trees shipped into Baker, Bradford, Clay, Dixie, E.'::.nmbia, FlKag~ir, Ciidlcenl, G lc hri t,
Hamilton, Hlerrnanuil, IIiLnmes, Jackson, JcFl'Tfrs-on, Lafayett ,, Levy, LiLbrty, M;di ] ron, iPuLnai, ;Silrit
Santa Rosa, 2uwanri e, Taylor, UnLon, Wakul la and Wa:hi.gi il Couni i,:.











Table XI. Movement of Tangelo Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1963 to June 30, 1964


Tangelos Alachua Brevard Broward Charlotte Citrus Collier Dade DeSoto Duval Hardee

Orlando 250 798 2,544 8 12 504 3 91 1,371
Seminole 5
Minneola 266 146 73 8 176 8 76
Thornton 2
"K" Early 240 180
Sunrise
Other Tangelos 1 34 48 5 18 1 3



Total 251 1,098 2,980 86 12 8 703 11 168 1,554


High- Hills- Indian
Tangelos Henary Hernando lands borough River Lake Lee Manatee Marion Martin


Orlando 1 33 2,556 8,650 19,863 144 3,490 1 2
Seminole 60 1 1
Minneola 10 72 1,085 267 186 155 69 84
Thornton 1
"K" Early 2,305 16,564 2
Sunrise 12,346 115
Other Tangelos 1 2 5 136 7 1 7



Total 10 2 107 3,706 11,359 '8,960 307 3,67' 1,"5
V1 31 3J -1 J








Table XI. Movement of Tangelo Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1963 to June 30, 1964 (concluded)

Okee- Palm
Tangelos Monroe Nassau chobee Orange OLceola Beach Pasco Pinellas Polk Putnam

Orlando 6 33,215 120 2,604 979 2,088 32,600 16
Seminole 1 76 2
Minneola 18 226 6 321 2 438 67 1
Thornton
"K" Barly 553 2,676
Sunrise 2,147 1,840
Other Tangelos 2 5 2,102 8 4 24 598


TDtal 20 6 5 38,243 126 2,934 1,061 2,552 37,781 17

Saint Semi-
Tangelos Ludie Sarasota nole Sumter Taylor Volusia Total*

Orlando 1,519 1,604 250 2 1 361 116,918
Seminole 146
Minneola 2,290 44 1 16 14 6,125
Thornton 3
" I" Early 544 650 23,714
Sunrise 16,448
Other Tangelos 10 1 4 3,027


Total 4,363 1,648 902 2 17 379 166,

*No tangelo trees shipped into Baker, Bay, Bradford, Calhoun, Clay, Columbia, Dixie, Escambiu, Flagler, Franklin,
(Qdsden, Gilchrist, Glades, Gulf, Hamilton, Holmes, Jackuon, Jeff'oruon, Lufayette, Ienn, L'vy, Liberty, Madison,
6k aoosa, Saint Johns, Santa Rosa, Suwannloe, Union, Wakulla, Walton andl Wal;lilnton Counties.










Table XII. Movement of Kumquat Trees to Destinations by Counties,


MKnquats


ntrumi
Meiwa
Nagami
Other Kumquats


ALachua


Bay


IBrevard


Broward


Calhoun


Charlotte


Clay


Collier


Columbia


4.-- 4-.-4-- I I I I I--


Total .3



Kimquats DeSoto Duval


Marsumi
seiv I
Nagami
Other Km quats



Total


4


iCumquats Jackso '


Maruni
Meive
Na gami 17
Other :.E. ,




TO Cl! 1.7


-4 I I I- I 4


-''I. -.- -


Franklin


Gadsden


Gilchrist


Gulf


Hendry


High-
lands


_______ I -- ---- I-


--~ L __ -- _--


L400



I Lake


Madison




2
--i


Manatee


Marion


Martin


Hills-
borough
-4


Moir Ce


Dade


Indian
R '-e:


10'
7 L4 42
0 1


Nassau


- --





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


I


July 1, 1963 to June 30, 1964


2I7."


4.


:i ,








Movement of Kumquat Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1963 to June 30, 1964 (concluded)


Oka- Okee- Palm Saint
Rumquats loosa chobee Orange Osceola Beach Pasco Pinellas Polk Putnam Johns

Marumi
Meiwa 6 33 4 23 10 87 3 1
Nagami 2 60 8 63 8 172 105 1 2
Other Kumquats 3 14 3 5 1 6


Total 8 3 107 15 91 19 265 108 2 2


Saint Santa
Kumquats Lucie Rosa Sarasota Seminole Taylor Volusia Walton Total*

Marumi 10
Meiwa 6 20 37 25 6 57 5 1,039
Nagami 20 20 41 46 2,498
Other Kumquats 32 1 6 2 333


Total


105


*No kumquat trees shipped into Baker, Bradf'ord, Citrus, Dixie, Escambia, Flagler, Glades, Hamilton, Harde.,
Hernando, Holmes, Jefferson, Lafayette, LIvy, Liberty, Sumter, Suwannee, Union, Wakulla and W:isli i ngtoii
Counties.


Table XII.


3,880

















Table XIII. Movement of Miscellaneous Citrus


Miscellaneous


Alachua


Bay


4 4 4 --4


Brevard


Broward


Charlotte


Clay


-? I


Cc'lier


Columbia


Dade


Duval


Eustis Limequat 1 5 15
Lakeland Limequat 2
Other Limequats
Calamondin 28 20 19 941 2 17 7,191 60
Shaddock
Other Citrus 35


Total 28 20 19 943 2 1 17 5 7,191 110
-. r I I


,Miscellaneou s


Lardee u


High-
lands


Hills-
borough


Indian
River


Manatee


Ma Ton


MaRrt.in


Monroe


Eustis Limequat 40
Lakeland Limequat 2 3 1 7
Other Limequats
Calamondin 1 5 51 125 102 66 39 2 31 54
Shaddock 3
Other Citrus 3 2 801 474 53 2 20



Total I 9 i 8 125 577 126 41 22 31 5
_______________ _________ ____ -----I ---- 1 ----- i ---- 1 ---- ---


1, 1963 to June 30, 1964


Trees to Destinations


by Counties, July








Table XIII. Movement of Miscellaneous Citrus Trees to Destinations by Counties,
(concluded)


July 1, 1963 to June 30, 1964


Oka- Palm Saint Saint
Miscellaneous loosa Orange Osceola Beach Pasco Pinellas Polk Putnam Johns Lucie

Eustis Limequat 5 2 12 6
Lakeland Limequat 5 1 2 48 10 12 2
Other Limequats 1
Calamondin 29 6 8 77 2 497 146 22 40 2
Shaddock
Other Citrus 14 2 500 259


Total 29 30 11 91 504 551 416 34 42 2


Miscellaneous Sarasota Seminole Sumter Volusia Total*

Eustis Limequat 20 106
Lakeland Limequat 34 4 133
Other Limequats 1
Calamondin 74 1 34 9,692
Shaddock 3
Other Citrus 1 6 2,172



Total 75 40 1 b l,107

*No miscellaneous trees shipped into Baker, Bradford, Calullioun, Citrut;, DeGoLo, Dixie, El'a;tiia, FlagRlr,
Franklin, Gadsden, Gllchrist, Glades, GuLf, Hamitlton, tH'ridr-y, IlHrnando, IIHLmes, Jack un, JI'fer',son,
Lafayette, Leon, Levy, Liberty, Madison, Nassau, Oketlchi h Santa Roa:;, ';uwarinMe, 'TDyl r', Ullion, Wakulla,
Walton and Washington Counties.













Table XIV.


Movement of All Citrus Trees
July 1, 1963 to June


Destinations ty Counties
, 1904


COUNTIES


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


ALL CITRUS


CO1T IES


ALL CITRUS


* 4 4___


Trees


571
83
357
10
14,143
16,559
61
4,000
288
18
1,347
68
59,764
23,908
5,085
201
12
7
62
2
144
113,375
34,157
12,048
70,004
202,653
238,137
85
8


Percent


La:Ke
Lee
Leon
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
Saint Johns
Saint Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sunter
Suwannee
Taylor
Volusia
Walton

TOTAL**


Trees


32b,b55
7,800
231
8
31,271
22,323
67,680
422
54
ill
3, ,18
366,449
22,250
24,516
217,121
30,311.
377,469
4,003
493
168,27-1
61
7,884
36,256
939

29
-0,966
30

2,524,580


Page 28


Percent


12.9
.3
*
x-
1.2
.9
2.7
*
*
*
.2
14.5
.9
1.0
8.6
1.2
15.0
.2

6.7

.3
1.4
*
*
*
.4

100.0
100.0


I1 I

*Less than .05 percent
-*No citrus trees shipped into Dixie, Gladeis, Hamilton, Holmes, Lafayette,
Levy, Liberty, Union, Wakulla anc Washington Counties.








Table XV. Percentage Distribution of Kind of Rootstock by Scion Variety, July 1, 1963 to June 30, 1964

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

ORANGES

Valencia 60.5 3.2 30.4 .5 .3 2.9 2.2
Pineapple 44.2 1.5 36.4 1.1 .1 15.7 1.0
Parson Brown 3.2 71.8 9.0 .4 14.6 1.0
Hamlin 9.5 .4 61.4 7.9 .6 18.8 1.4 *
Lue Gim Gong 90.4 9.0 .6
Surprise Navel 55.3 44.7
Washington Navel 20.1 47.7 30.4 .8 1.0
Summerfield Navel .8 82.9 8.8 7.5
Glen Navel 93.6 .1 6.3
Dream Navel .2 88.1 11.7
Choate Navel 94.8 5.2
Harris Navel 2.8 97.2
Other Navels 9.3 85.2 3.0 2.2 .3
Ruby Blood 97.1 1.9 1.0
Jaffa 99.9 .1 *
Pope Summer 96.0 4.0 *
Homosassa 100.0
Enterprise Seedless 100.0
Queen 44.0 23.8 9.9 21.2 .2
Delicious .7 .1 99.2
Other Oranges .6 8).c6 .U 8.7 .2


All Oranges 34.8 1.5 44.8 4.3 .4 12.8 1.4 *



*Leos than .05 percent,

]
III

















Table XVI. Percentage Distribution of Kind of Rootstock by Scion Variety, July 1, 1963 to June 30, 1964

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

GRAPEFRUIT

Marsh Seedless 24.0 .4 73.5 1.7
Duncan 71.1 .5 26.1 1.2 .3 .8 *
Foster 26.7 66.7 6.6
Thompson 48.2 .4 47.8 2.5 .1 1.0
Other Pink 48.6 .9 46.4 .2 .1 2.9 .9
Red Seedy 100.0
Red Seedless 39.5 .1 44.7 .7 14.9 .1
Other Red 43.1 41.9 .4 14.6 *
Excelsior 100.0
Davis Seedless 100.0
Royal 69.5 29.6 .9
Leonardi 100.0
Isle of Pine 80.0 20.0
Silver Cluster 85.7 14.3
Other Grapefruit 51.5 29.7 1.8 15.8 1.2

All Grapefruit 29.2 .3 67.0 .1 .1 j.0 .


*Less than .05 percent






Table XVII. Percentage Distribution of Kind of Rootstock by Scion Variety, July 1, 1963 tc June


o, 9t,


Rough Other Sour Sweet Trifo- Cleo- Grape-
Variety Lemon Lemon Orange Seedling late patra fruit Other Own U' .knI

MANDARIN

King 20.9 1.1 58.1 9.3 10.4 .2
Temple 2.9 18.3 10.0 68.1 .7 *
Oneco Tangerine 82.2 .7 .4 16.7
Dancy Tangerine 72.3 1.0 10.0 1.9 14.8
Other Tangerines 37.5 .1 10.5 13.2 4.7 28.3 .1 5.6
Clementine 100.0
Murcott Honey 24.8 1.0 11.0 1.9 .1 61.1 .1
Robinson 4.0 20.4 5.3 3.5 64.0 2.7 .1
Ponkan .5 3.1 16.6 79.8
Other Mandarins 7.9 78.6 12.4 1.1
Owari Satsuma 1.0 .2 35.6 50.6 12.6
Other Satsumas 55.0 2.7 4.5 35.5 .1 2.2
All Mandarin 14.2 .3 16.8 6.3 1.9 59.0 .2 1.2 .1

LIMES
Tahiti 95.0 1.1 .5 .1 1.4 1.1 .3 .5
Key 53.7 .1 20.7 .1 -.3 24.1
Rangpur 62.5 12.5 25.0
Lakeland 13.3 53.4 33.3
Bearss 93.8 6.2
Other Limes 19.5 2.5 11.0 6.8 60.2
All Limes 92.6 .1 6.1 .2 .1 .1 .8

LEMONS
Ponderosa 89.7 3.1 1.9 3.1 1.4 .2 .6
Villafranca 99.9 .1 *
Meyer 7.6 .1 .3 3.3 1.3 87.4
Harvey 11.7 33.3 55.0
Everbearing 50.0 50.0
Messina 27.7 70.2 2.1
Avon 28.6 28.6 42.8
Other Lemons 48.9 1.4 2.9 .7 2.5 43.6
All Lemons 18.2 .1 .2 .3 ?.0 1.1 77.1
*Lesa than .05 percent











Table XVIII. Percentage Distribution of Kind of Rootstock by Scion Variety, July 1, 1963 to June 30, 1964

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

TANGELOS
Orlando 14.2 .1 11.3 10.5 .1 60.3 3.5 *
Seminole 3.4 32.9 63.0 .7
Minneola 11.3 1.4 47.6 4.9 34.8 *
Thornton 66.7 33.3
"K" Early 25.5 72.7 1.8
Sunrise .3 10.8 11.5 48.1 29.3
Other Tangelos 2.6 25.6 70.4 1.3 .1
All Tangelos 14.1 .2 11.2 10.0 ..1 58.8 5.6 *

KUMQUATS
Marumi 100.0
Meiwa 6.6 1.7 1.8& .2 61.6 22.5 5.5 .1
Nagami 54.3 .6 9.4 6.5 10.6 13.6 4.9 .1 *
Other Kumquats 30.6 .6 43.9 .6 11.4 10.5 1.2 .3 .9
All Kumquats 39.6 .9 10.3 4.3 24.3 15.7 4.7 .1 .1

MISCELLANEOUS
Eustis Limequat 1.9 94.3 3.8
Lakeland Limequat 70.7 .8 27.1 .7
Other Limequats 100.0
Calamondin 19.3 .1 .2 .2 1.1 1.5 .1 77.5 *
Shaddock 100.0
Other Citrus 37.1 11.5 25.4 1.4 2.5 .2 21.8 .1
All Miscellaneous 22.9 2.2 4.8 .4 2.2 1.5 4.0 62.0 *

ALL CITRUS 32.3 1.2 38.6 4.4 .5 19.3 1.6 2.1 *

*Less than .05 percent
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Other publications available of nursery stock movement series:


Agr. Ec. Mimeo Report 64-4


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
1963.
from Florida
1962.
from Florida
1961.


Nurseries,

Nurseries,

Nurseries,


Other publications available in citrus costs and returns series:


Agr. Ext. Ser. Ec. Series 64-2


31 Years of Citrus Costs and
Florida, 1931-1962.
29 Years of Citrus Costs and
Florida, 1931-1960.


63-3 30 Years of Orange Costs and
Florida, 1931-1961.


Returns in

Returns in


Returns in


Some other citrus publications:


Agr. Ext. Ser. Ec. Series


62-9
61-11
59-6

62-7
62-1
63-7
64-6


Citrus Grove Records.
How Many Citrus Trees per Acre?
Cost of Planting and Developing Florida
Citrus Groves Through 10 Years of Age.
So You Would Like to Set a Citrus Grove.
Does Irrigation Pay On Your Grove?
Citrus Yield Per Tree By Age.
Estimating the Value of Citrus Fruit
as it Develops.


Per-Acre Yield and On-Tree Price of Florida Citrus, 1919 to Date.
Circular 119B, Should I Buy a Citrus Grove?
Agr. Ec. Mimeo Report 64-8 Cost of Picking and Hauling Florida Citrus
Fruits, 1962-63 Season.
64-9 Cost of Packing and Selling Florida Fresh
Citrus Fruits, 1962-63 Season.
64-10 Cost of Processing, Warehousing and Selling
Florida Citrus Products, 1962-63 Season.




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