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c qe) December, 1966


AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS
MIMEO REPORT EC 67-4


MOVEMENT OF CITRUS TREES

FROM

FLORIDA NURSERIES


JULY 1,
TO
JUNE 30,


1928


1966


ZACH SAVAGE
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMIST



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS
FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATIONS
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA








Agricultural Economics Mimeo Report EC 67-4


MOVEMENT OF CITRUS TREES FROM FLORIDA NURSERIES
JULY 1, 1928 TO JUNE 30, 1966














Zach Savage
Agricultural Economist














Department of Agricultural Economics
Florida Agricultural Experiment Stations
Gainesville, Florida


December 1966







MOVEMENT OF CITRUS TREES FROM FLORIDA NURSERIES
JULY 1, 1928 TO JUNE 30, 1966


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
July 1, 1928 to June 30, 1966


Destinations


iGrape- Man- F 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

917,2181
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
2,483,285
1,785,024


271,403
139,877

62,535

28,5351

36,1561
58,413
55,5451
65,184!
81,391
96,302
128,895
137,151
148,337
178,188j

163,8731
98,378:
78,669
132,0171
186,357
189,979
158,150
110,855
197,9441
302,060-

196,327
265,940o
155,094j
250,242
412,982
:470,327


8,3481
8,5471

31,7881

67,725

26,550
14,412
14,406
11,931j
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
21,3871
39,722
13,858!

10,2861
14,839,
5,329,
70,436
139,674|
21,153


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
29,348
73,391


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
320,430
262,735


74,879
9,389

11,470

14,884

15,187
24,130
9,507
9,291
9,907
7,912
10,1o4
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
10,012
20,348


1,362,538
785,916

657,298

344,624

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
3,657,312
3,411,755


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
1964-65
1965-66


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
261,581
778,777


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Table II. Orange Trees Moved. from Florida Nurseries to Florida Destinations
July 1, 1928 to June 30, 1966

Val- Pine- Parson Lue Gim Pope Other
Year encia apple Bro.m Hamlin Gong Navels Summer Oranges Total
1928 -29 83,323 60,084 48,943-2-090--- 118,121-69-,343


1935-40 163,586

1940-411189,090
1941-42 196,199
1942-43 170,399
1943-44,241,379
1944-451232,037
1945-46~248,085
1946-47 329,089
1947-48 258,850
1948-49 208,457
1949-50 482,530

1950-51 483,032
1951-52 319,104
1952-53 371,056
1953-54 660,867
1954-55 861,525
1955-56 947,935
1956-571995,273
1957-58 399,811
1958-591803,576
1959-60 817,072

1960-61i850,777
1961-621890,626
1962-63 527,897
1963-64 585,800
1964-65 869,931
1965-661598,295


83,323
27,936

38,291

33,522


86,553 37,545
65,002 51,764
48,345 48,809
78,196 53,032
67,978 43,383
90,995i 54,316
77,952 87,517
60,111' 48,976
47,806! 38,105
139,468 101,885

201,348 62,514
157,616 36,912
180,679 41,405
240,613 51,372
297,663 58,858
285,9971 55,105
381,059 33,444
186,948 30,464
499,318 83,510
370,481 87,550

479,479 78,965
391,5271 80,278
253,6851 31,065
364,195' 42,914
482,677 68,759
486,770 47,872
i


1928-29
1929-30

1930-35:


285,420
101,383

150,867


101,362
55,843

44,826

62,858


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
870,296
481,914


699,343
296,306

424,768


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
230
18,433


Not tabulated separately


2,090
760

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
35,638
40,256


118,121
67,775

70,397

94,662i

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

162,364
103,102
68,094
132,736
128,100
77,728


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
2,483,285
1,785,024


iI


k r


9,345
*
*
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
27,654
33,756








Table III. Grapefruit Trees Moved From Florida Nurseries to Florida Destinations, July 1, 1928 to June 30, 1966
S1 Davis Other
Marsh Conners Thomp- Red Red IExcel- Seed- Grape-
Year Seedless Duncan Early Foster son Seedy Seedless Walters McCarty sior less fruit Total
__ L ._ __ __ __ 0,4


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
1964-65
1965-66


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
193,054
569,681


42,3'79
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
3,774

12,163
6,.496
3, 961
7,504.
14,73
29,632


123,039
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
199
63


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
13,387
17,216


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
9,367
20,002


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
30,840
142,143


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
261,581
778,777







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Table IV.


Lime, Temple and Tangerine Trees Moved from Florida Nurseries to
Florida Destinations, July 1, 1928 to June 30, 1966


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
1964-65
1965-66


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
9,450
18,449


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
130,224
2,704


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
139,674
21,153


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
119,032
143,123


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
107,072
180,946






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Table V. Lemon Trees Moved From Florida Nurseries to Florida Destinations
July 1, 1928 to June 30, 1966

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

1928-29 489 124 155 1,252 2,020
1929-30 353 131 157 1,266 1,907

1930-35 529 4,899 1,318 188 176 1,898 9,008

1935-40 221 9,282 2,078 292 249 3,337 15,45?

1940-41 148 259 939 264 1,351 2,961
1941-42 139 138 812 258 366 1,038 2,751
1942-43 144 130 1,066 6 329 554 2,229
1943-44 296 198 1,178 10 379 1,226 3,287
1944-45 112 244 720 11 233 789 2,109
1945-46 65 9 771 39 450 636 1,970
1946-47 86 3 1,747 15 387 4,090 6,328
1947-48 70 5 1,981 1 351 1,816 4,221
1948-49 50 3,061 981 1,831 5,923
1949-50 52 3,200 8 925 2,690 6,875

1950-51 84 16 3,567 11 1,346 2,327 7,351
1951-52 31 2 2,826 2 1,077 2,102 6,040
1952-53 100 3,664 1,458 1,686 6,908
1953-54 31 5 7,858 1,150 22,577 31,621
1954-55 2,709 10 11,136 947 48,531 63,333
1955-56 840 9 8,193 888 19,468 29,398
1956-57 2,040 6 9,943 943 18,913 31,845
1957-58 5,083 4,444 702 8,507 18,736
1958-59 822 6,025 784 22,131 29,762
1959-60 69 11,408 480 8,862 20,819

1960-61 30 9,969 1,129 4,231 15,359
1961-62 17 34,916 810 1,275 37,018
1962-63 8 19,256 413 2,544 22,221
1963-64 6,102 50,857 514 400 57,873
1964-65 21 21,033 513 7,781 29,348
1965-66 10 29,797 239 43,345 73,391






Table VI. Movement of Orange Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966


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


Valencia 2,589 18,257 2,823 595 45 141
Pineapple 10 6,876 1,695 2,859 16 59
Parson Brown 12 57 75 4 7 15 5
Hamlin 108 10 3,280 30,406 4 6,230 160 27 5
Lue Gim Gong 24 42 34
Surprise Navel 19
Washington Navel 124 350 2
Summerfield Navel 201 65
Glen Navel
Dream Navel 177 4
Choate Navel 8 136 6
Harris Navel
Other Navels 289 140 1 38 32
Ruby Blood 21
Jaffa 15 6
Pope Summer
Homosassa
Enterprise Seedless
Queen 298 109 114 132
Delicious 12 2
Other Oranges 8 11 2 6
____ ___ ___ ___ __ __ __ __
Toa 161,11 51l~ 9 11,10 3 7 4


14,101


51,170 9 12,105


830! 72 344
-!0


126


Total








Table VI. Movement of Orange Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966 (continued)
_______________ ________ _________

Oranges Columbia Dade DeSoto Dixie Duval Escambia Gulf Hardee Hendry Hernando Highlands


Valencia 6,898 2,226 i41 3 9,152 19,505 7,847 29,650
Pineapple 34 978 4,130 58 4,831 12,046 112 16,396
Parson Brown 123 55 1 3 1
Hamlin 5 5,298 18,732 195 454 3 1 16,499 26,736 6,252 22,081
Lue Gim Gong 25 3 1
Surprise Navel 2
Washington Navel 48 273 303 66 19
Summerfield Navel 6 1 3 1
Glen Navel
Dream Navel
Choate Navel i 6 273
Harris Navel
Other Navels 5 62 115 22 3 62
Ruby Blood 2 7
Jaffa 20
Pope Summer 30,467
Homosassa 18
Enterprise Seedless 14
Queen 156 13 6 615 524
Delicious 5,046
Other Oranges 16 15 5



Total 62 13,6561 25,101 195 909 6 2 35,952 89,394 14,283 69,010







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


Hills- Indian Lafay-
Oranges borough River ette Lake Lee Leon Manatee Marion Martin Nassau Okaloosa


Valencia 22,457 84,624 21,120 3,517 3,598 8,312 76,228
Pineapple 5,844 96,270 6,336 645 2,647 25 96,438
Parson Brown 42 4,042 17,671 69 419 1,582 18
Hamlin 25,051 56,414 2 49,817 1,145 4,949 7,517 16,4132 1 250
Lue Gim Gong 8,581 6 1
Surprise Navel 95 12
Washington Navel 3,041 659 1,690 312 8 3
Summerfield Navel 2 740 2,434 1 1,986
Glen Navel 30 19
Dream Navel 401
Choate Navel 1 2,019 111 450
Harris Navel
Other Navels 443 2,557 726 50 788 100
Ruby Blood 6 5
Jaffa 13 8 20 9
Pope Summer 2 2,992
Homosassa I
Enterprise Seedless
Queen 1,350 37,388 16 154 5 10,238
Delicious 84 1
Other Orarnges 230 48



Total 58,907 2 96,418 2 100,031 6,369 5 12,446 i19,428 199,3661 2 350


July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966 (continued)









Table VI. Movement of Orange Trees to Destinations by Ccrunties, July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966 (continued)
(D

Okee- Palm Saint Saint Sara-
Oranges chobee Orange Osceola Beach Pasco Pinellas Polk Putnam Johns Lucie sota

Valencia 144 35,870 536 10,192 7,5'2 5,281 126,789 117 11 86,764 245
Pineapple 94 16,324 2,352 165 736 2,291 100,476 65 101,581 380
Parson Brown 6,353 180 21 10 86 3,769 56 634 20
Hamlin 284 39,741 2,173 5,337 14,028 6,958 52,056 7,748 40 41,140 4,731
Lue Gim Gong 9 21 2 20 8,554 1,098 10
Surprise Navel 20 3
Washington Navel 876 59 100 1 199 3,966 542 83 271
Summerfield Navel 693 55 12 55 4o6 10 0
Glen Navel 323 5
Dream Nav l 111 7
Choate Navel 12 338 90 60
Harris Navel 62
Other Navels 1 1,124 41 431 97 1,508 1,544 4,906 2
Ruby Blood 9 5
Jaffa 770 4 767
Pope Summer 3 8 284
Homosassa 1
Enterprise Seedless
Qu cn 2 67 764 2 297 14,32 1,799 1,075
Delicious 599 397 10
Other Oranges 51 10 1 10


Total 58 10, 5,81 33,76 15,317 3,7211,157 61 238,290 6,739
Total 528 102,558 5,81i 17,016, 33,276 15,317 312,72 10,157 61 238,290 6,739







Table VI. Movement of Orange Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966 (concluded)


Oranges Seminole Sumter Volusia Wakulla Total*


Valencia 2,929 5 747 1,525 598,295
Pineapple 3,557 10 434 486,770
Parson Brown 426 1 1,884 47,872
Hamlin 3,424 238 5,952 481,914
Lue Gim Gong 2 18,433
Surprise Navel 151
Washington Navel 2 9 75 13,081
Summerfield Navel 18 2 279 6,981
Glen Navel 377
Dream Navel 700
Choate Navel 30 267 3,809
Harris Navel 62
Other Navels 8 15,095
Ruby Blood 1 56
Jaffa 1,632
Pope Summer 33,756
Homosassa 19
Enterprise Seedless 14
Queen 2 13 69,468
Delicious 10 6,161
Other Oranges 5 378



Total 10,386 267 9,677 1,525 1,785,024

*No orange trees shipped into Flagler, Franklin, Gadsden, Gilchrist, Glades, Hamilton, Holmes, Jackson,
-Jefferson, Levy, Liberty, Madison, Monroe, Santa Rosa, Suwannee, Taylor, Union, Walton and Washington Counties.










Table VII. Movement of Grapefruit Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966


Grapefruit


Alachua


Baker


Bay


Brevard


Broward Calhoun:


Char-
lotte


Citrus


Clay


Collier


Colum-
bia


Dade


Marsh Seedless 4 9,401 2,124 68 116 86 30 4 1,325
Duncan 89 44 105 2 45 16 179
Foster
Thompson 16 138 201 3 4 1 60 5 140
Other Pink 4 4 8
Red Seedless 572 22 2 61
Other Red 541 365 160
Royal
Other Grapefruit 3 5 40 15 10 13
I I


Total 4 1 105 10,703 2,822| 5 163 156 156 35 4 1,878


Escam- Her- High- Hills- .Indian
Grapefruit DeSoto Duval bia Gulf Hardee Hendry nando lands borough River Lake Lee
____ .
EsaHr Hih- Hll---nda


Marsh Seedless
Duncan
Foster
Thompson
Other Pink
Red Seedless
Other Red
Royal
Other Granefru


it


~35 fl


7]


6,786


15,532!
8;

10


15


(6,93( 15,565


100
228


8

6


I. -- t -


19,144
3,144

38
4

881


23,213


9,902
787
63
52
42
1
2,781


13,66,5


________- ~-I. --+ -- -


178,146
7,087

472
1,086
2,061
39,629


23,398
1,210

2,031
154

15,485


228, 48] 42,278


1, 145
486

88
2
47
9


1,777


~^`-~~---


--


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





Table VII. Movement of Grapefruit Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966 (concluded)


Oka- Okee- Palm
Grapefruit Leon anatee Marion Martin Nassau loosa chobee Orange Osceola .Beach 'Pasco., Pinellas

Marsh Seedless 2,151 1,228 26,486 1 355 25,984 51 28,135 1,528 2,068
Duncan 10 4o 2,233 94 5 548 20 37 2 713
Foster
Thoi.son 3 1,847 1 110 5 2,254 8 216 426 127
Other Pink 12 3 2,505 28 9,776 10 12
Red Seedless 1 232 66 11 87
Other Red 197 17 54 5 13,555 14 8,626 8 39
Royal 14 1 2
Other Grapefruil 3 2


Total 13 4,265 3,479 26,976 5 1 370 44,912 132 46,791 1,974 3,048


Saint Saint Sara- Semi- J
Grapefruit Polk Putnam Johns Lucie sota nole Sumter Volusia Walton Total

Marsh Seedless 134,631 25 20 73,742 5,000 12 8 857 569,681
Duncan 8,963 8 20 3,420 11 9 6 42 29,632
Foster 631
Thompson 8,816 13 9 53 6 3 43 10 17,216
Other Pink 34C 666 6 5 14,677
Red Seedless 10,237 35 6,586 2 4 13 20,042
Other Red 10,392 3 10 33,033 440 2 1 850 127,310
Royal 2 19
Other Grapefruit 6 137


Toial 173,379 71 63 17,456 5,518 31 22 1,810 10 778,7771

*No grapefruit trees shipped into Bradford, Dixie, Flagler, Franklin, Gadsden, Gilchrist, Glades, Hamilton,
Holmes, Jacks on, Jefferson, Lafayette, Levy, Liberty, Madison, Monroe, Santa Rosa, Suwannee, Taylor, Union,
Walkulla and Washington Counties.






Table VIII. Movement of Mandarin Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966

Brad- Char-
Mandarin Alachua Baker Bay ford Brevard Broward Calhoun lotte Citrus Clay Collier

King 7 25 2
Temple 2 360 929 382 23 7
Page 10
Oneco Tangerine
Dancy Tangerine 6 5 122 412 5 20 10 15
Lee Tangerine 5 13 10
Osceola Tangerine i 15 10
Robinson 226 51 318
Other Tangerines 2 22
Clementine
Murcott Honey 1,2 41 1 162 2
Ponkan 14 28
Other Mandarins
Owari Satsuma 27 142 65 6 35 ; 1,551
Other Satsumas 6 51 10 30 58

Total 41 142 70 6 2,741 1,491 36 601 449 1,561 34

Frank-
Mandarin Columbia Dade DeSoto Dixie Duval Escambia Flagler lin Gulf Hardee Hendry


King
Temple
Page
Oneco Tangerine
Dancy Tangerine
Lee Tangerine
Osceola Tangerine
Robinson
Other Tangeri.nes
Clemn tine
Murcott Honey
Ponkan
Other Mandarin.s
Owari Satsuma
Other !;ni-,umas

T+otl *I


1
562

13
2,427
35
25
1,793
15
1
1,705


25


1,192


40
40

555


1,U852


i---i (,- 5 _8'


2

1,453
by~


707
480


120


1,9 (0 135 1,t,7


2

1


4


773
1,685

1,071


2,073
400

769


681
500

925


12
1,445

27


7 13 |6,'71 3,590


--~------~-


, i


I


1 ,. 582




Table VIII. Movement of Mandarin Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966 (continued)

High- Hills- Indian Man-
Mandarin Hernando lands borough Holmes River Jackson Lake Lee Leon atee Marion

King 3 1
Temple 25 2,646 2,467 42,098 3,766 2211 440 8,451
Page 2,262 28 1 9,084 2,261 1,107 3
Oneco Tangerine 30
Dancy Tangerine 1,539 4,190 3,805 97 11,776 83 15 12 5
Lee Tangerine 263 2,009 510 439 22
Osceola Tangerine 5 6 12
Robinson 354 22 3,751 1 8,129 19,824 19 21 928
Other Tangerines 156 6 2 10
Clemcntine 1 5
Murcott Honey 363 12,190 7,829 14,730 5,494 29 24 489
Ponkan 3 5
Other Mandarins 2 45 I 1,386 4
Owari Satsuma I 2 4 10 792 55 1 220
Other Satsumas 340 6 413 2 85 8,849 27 9 223

Total 2,622 121,590 20,508 4 74,661 95 54,595 1,533 70 549 10,316

Oka- Okee- Palm Pin-
Mandarin Martin Monroe Nassau loosa chobee Orange Osceola Beach Pasco ellas Polk
loosaBeach


King
Temple
Page
Oneco Tangerine
Dancy Tangerine
Lee Tangerine
Osceola Tangerine
Robinson
Other Tangerine s
Clementine
Murcott Honey
Ponkan
Other Mandarins
Owari Satsuma
Other Satsumas


Total


10
2,080
10

3,370


6
10

5


89


5,580 I


1,303


6
1

6


2


25
5,699
4,821

19,560
36
1,010
29,604
173
1
7,054


757
1,482


3
33
1

99
1
1
33
15
226



4
11


2
27,090
79

111
77
10
103
17

386


I 1 4 1 I


1,322


70,222


27,886


356
987

4,125

81
4,216
213i
3
950

8


381


21
1,159
60
34
233
54
2
.158
107

273
1
4
19
1,177


10,901 3,302


S_____-- I I


123
20,147
5,798

12,436
511
1,394
7,368
1,666

28,778


15 D
575


78,811








Table VIII. Movement of Mandarin Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966 (continued)
Saint Saint Santa
Mandarin Putnam Johns Lucie Rosa Sarasota Seminole Sumter Taylor Union Volusia

King 11 3
Temple 15 20,808 363 45 3 143
Page 4 3,230
Oneco Tangerine 7
Dancy Tangerine 2,441 2 8,063 19 784 7 1 1,073
Lee Tangerine
Osceola Tangerine 600 7,628
Robinson 28 21 410 21 357
Other Tangerines 25 15 257 40
Clementine
Murcott Honey 270 2,237 17 86 4 2
Ponkan 20 2
Other Mandarins 2
Owari Satsuma 2 194 83 18 5 1,270
Other Satsumas 3,523 4 450 10 1,043


Total 6,939 196 41,988 533 441 1,600 35 11 5 3,928







Table VIII. Movement of Mandarin Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966 (concluded)

Mandarin Walton Washington Total*

King 237
Temple 143,123
Page 31,932
Oneco Tangerine 84
Dancy Tangerine 80,107
Lee Tangerine 3,991
Osceola Tangerine 10,726
Robinson 80,989
Other Tangeriues 5,123
Clementine 237
Murcott Honey 86,407
Ponkan 75
Other Mandarins 1,451
Owari Satsuma 6 30 7,069
Other Satsumas 258 18,776


Total 6 288 470,327


No mandarin trees
Madison, Suwannee


shipped into Gadsden, Gilchrist, Glades, Hamilton, Jefferson, Lafayette, Levy, Liberty,
and Waukulla Counties.











Table IX. Movement of Lime Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966
-F


Char- High- Hills- Indian
Limes Brevard Broward lotte !Citrus Collier Dade Hardee Hendry lands borough River


Tahiti (Persian) 64 143 59 11 15,600 18 11 21 29 25
Key 69 435 104 33 701 3 52 11
Lakeland 6
Other Limes 10 490



___________________________________ __----_--________--__________ --___----------------------------____________
Total 133 578 163 10 44 16,791 18 11 24 87 36


Mana- Okee- Palm
Limes Lake Lee tee Martin Monroe Nassau chobee Orange Osceola Beach Pasco
__ 4 3


Tahiti
Key
Lakelan
Other'L


(Persian)

Ld
imness


Tut :i


73
36
15
1


7


23
55

2


80


138
226

1


I r_ i1 1 1 t


57


1


______- -


1 I 1 I









Table IX. Movement of Lime Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966 (concluded)


Saint
Limes Pinellas Polk Putnam Lucie Sarasota Seminole Sumter Volusia Total*


Tahiti (Persian) 169 891 15 1,031 46 1 2 13 18,449
Key 193 50 19 17 3 7 2,069
LakelanC 72 14 116
Other Limes 8 1 1 519



Total i 442 956 15 1,050 64 i 4 2 20 21,153


*No lime trees shipped into Alachua, Baker, Bay, Bradford, Calhoun, Clay, Columbia, DeSoto, Dixie, Duval,
Escambia, Flaglel, Franklin, Gadsden, Gilchrist, Glades, Gulf, Hamilton, Hernando, Holmes, Jackson,
Jefferson, Lafayette, Leon, Levy, Liberty, Madison, Marion, Okaloosa, Saint Johns, Santa Rosa, Suwannee,
Taylor, Union, Wakulla, Walton, and Washington Counties.










Table X. Movement of Lemon Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966


High- Hills- Indian
Lemons Duval Escambia Franklin Hardee Hendry lands borough River Jackson Lake Lee


Ponderosa 4 8 17 14
Villafranka 5
Meyer 7 10 3 5,43' 2 23 11,729 12 7 1 130
Harvey
Everberi ng 3
Me s s i l la
Mcs-sinat
Avon 1
Sicily
Beur;Ls 76 12 1,10
Other Lenmo ns 105 1 1. 3

Tolni 7 10 3 ;'01 4 .,: L47
Oa 1_'81 )








Table X. Movement of Lemon Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966 (concluded)


Palm
Lemons Leon Manatee Marion Martin Monroe Nassau Okaloosa Okeechobee Orange Osceola Beach

Ponderosa 4 1 5 1 16 21
Villafranka
Meyer 16 11,111 30 1 8 10 7 53 124
Harvey 2
Everbearing
Messina 26
Avon 13 252 10
Sicily 2,070
Bearss 32,910 831
Other Lemons 1 2 2 6


Total 16 11,129 1 35,015 1 9 10 9 1,182 10 151

Saint
Lemons Pasco Pinellas Polk Putnam Lucie Sarasota Seminole Sumter Volusia Total

Ponderosa 16 17 29 1 4 2 239
Villafranka 4 10
Meyer 2 379 140 1 11 51 4 7 17 29,797
Harvey 2
Everbearing 2 11
Messina 1 1 7 36
Avon 2 3 28
Sicily 2,070
Bearss 1 100 4,901 39,935
Other Lemons 1 4 1 3 1,010


Total 18 407 273 2 4,913 59 4 7 29 73,391
- I I I I I


Glades, Gulf,
Rosa, Suwannee,


No lemon trees shipped into Alachua, Bradford, Columbia, Dixie, Flagler, Gadsden, Gilchrist,
Hamilton, Hernando, Holmes, Jefferson, Lafayette, Levy, Liberty, Madison, Saint Johns, Santa
Taylor, Union, Wakulla, Walton and Washington Counties.











Movement of Tangelo Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966


Tangelos Alachua Brevard Broward Charlotte Citrus Collier Dade DeSoto Duval Hardee


Orlando 2 823 3,661 249 99 30 2,701 1,778 26 4,702
Seminole
Minneola 2 169 353 3 2 634 72 5
"K" Early 2 7 3,778
Other Tangelos 1 4 34


Total 6 1,000 4,018 252 99 32 7,113 1,850 26 4,741

Indian
Tangelos Hendry Hernando Highlands Hillsborough River Lafayette Lake Lee Manatee Marion


Orlando 511 58 9,489 7,348 16,206 20,653 539 902 3,367
Seminole
Minneola 5 1 228 579 3,101 443 542 25 103
"K" Early 15 51 1,205 I 5,336 5,427 3,000
Other Tpngelos 1 12 1 19 I 2,958 1 422 9 1


Total 532 71 9,769 9,151 27,601 1 26,945 1,090 3,928 3,470


Table XI.










Table XI. Movement of Tangelo Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966 (concluded)


Palm Saint
Tangelos Martin Okeechobee Orange Osceola Beach Pasco Pinellas Polk Putnam Johns


Orlando 4,095 4 47,032 5 14,914 529 294 42,433 96 20
Seminole 19
Minneola 83 4 804 112 532 55 323 5,497 12
"K" Early 5,344 104 3,378 1,045 500
Other Tangelos 6 228 1 2 3 16,39C 10


Total 4,184 8 53,408 222 18,826 584 639 65,365 118 520


Saint
Tangelos Lucie Sarasota Seminole Sumter Volusia Total


Orlando 14,053 597 612 6 223 198,057'
Seminole 19
Minneola 388 58 3 24 14,162
"K" Early 1,101 30,293
Other Tangelos 101 20,204
I


Total


14,542


655


1,716


262,735


I I. __ .1 __ ._ __i. _ _


No tangelo trees shipped into Baker, Bay, Bradford, Calhoun, Clay, Columbia, Dixie, Escambia, Flagler,
Franklin, Gadsden, Gilchrist, Glades, Gulf, Hamilton, Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson, Leon, Levy, Liberty,
Madison, Mo.nroe, Nassau, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, Suwannee, Taylor, Union, Wakulla, Walton and Washington
Counties.














Table XII. Movement of Kumquat Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966


Char-
Kumquats Alachua Baker Bay Brevard Broward Calhoun lotte Citrus Columbia Dade Duval


Marumi
Meiva 10 250 53 9 1 13 2 15 51 208
Nagami 27 109 190 33 11 133 55
Other Kumquats 7 22 1 6


Total 17 250 80 118 191 46 2 33 15 185 269


Hills- I ndian
Kumquats Escambia Franklin Gulf Hendry Highlands borough Holmes River Jackson Lake Lee


Marumi
Meiwa
Nagami
Other Kumquats


Total


136


1-36


30
1,258
24


L I-+41


878


2


1,312


__ _I. __ I __ i __________ 4. 4 4- 4










Table XII. Movement of Kumquat Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966 (continued)


Oka- Okee- Palm
Kumquats Leon Manatee Marion Martin Monroe Nassau loosa chobee Orange Osceola Beach


Marumi 10
Meiwa 30 6 2 12 1 70 20 53 1 8
Nagami 48 50 79 2 2 318 28 3,269
Other Kumquats 9 20 5 40


Total 78 65 2 91 3 72 20 2 401 34 3,317


Saint Saint Santa Sara-
Kumquats Pasco Pinellas Polk Putnam Johns Lucie Rosa sota Seminole Sumter Union

Marumi
Meila 1 32 1 31 2 36 4 2
Nagami 11 90 3,050 5 323 41 14 4 1
.Other Kumquats 527 4 152 7 6 1


Total 539 126 3,203 43 2 323 77 24 5 1 2
_ 1 1 _
















Table XII. Movement of Kumquat Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966 (concluded)


Kumquats Volusia Walton Washington Total


Marumi 17
Meiwa 24 10 5 1,933
Nagami 15 9,389
Other Kumquats 2 870


Total 41 10 5 12,209


No kumquat trees shipped into Bradford, Clay, Collier, DeSoto, Dixie, Flagler, Gadsden, Gilchrist, Glades,
Hamilton, Hardee, Hernando, Jefferson, Lafayette, Levy, Liberty, Madison, Suwannee, Taylor and Wakulla
Counties.










Table XIII. Movement of Miscellaneous Citrus Trees to Destinations by Counties, July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966


Char-
Miscellaneous Alachua Baker Bay Brevard Broward lotte Clay Collier Columbia Dade


Eustis Limequat 6 10 10
Lakeland Limequat 30
Other Limequats 1
Calamondin 5 19 27 717 22 4 15 5,402
Shaddock
Other Citrus 8 6 98 5


Total 5 i 6 29 35 754 120 14 15 5 5,402


Hills- Indian
Miscellaneous Duval Escambia Gulf Hendry Highlands borough River Lake Lee Manatee


Eustis Litnequat 19
Lakeland .Limequat 1
Other Lim equats 1
Calamondi.n 29 17 1 2 16 41 23 61 59 59
Shaddock
Other Cit;rus 4 19 17 10


Total 48 17 1 6 16 60 40 71 59 61












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


1, 1965 to


Jp
June 30, 1966 e
ro


Okee- Palm
Miscellaneous Nassau Martin Monroe Okaloosa chobee Orange Osceola Beach Pinellas Polk Putnam


Eustis Limequat 10 10
Lakeland Limequat 10 27 14 2
Other Limequats
Calamondin 16 61 25 20 2 21 12 341 150 90
Shaddock 1
Other Citrus 1 13 11 199


Total 16 71 25 20 2 49 12 354 186 291 10


Saint Saint Sara-
Miscellaneous Johns Lucie sota Seminole Volusia Walton Total*


Eustis Limequat
Lakeland Li.nequat
Other Limequats
Calaumondin
Sbhrddock
Other Citrus


Total


235


11

37


92
97
2
7,533
1
414


8,139


No mi.ccll..aneous eLtru; trees; shipped into Bradford, Calhoun, Citrus, DoSoto, Dixie, Flagler, Franklin,
Gaud cd en, G ijchrist, Glades, HamilLtOn, HIInrdoo, Hernando, Hulmoet, Jackson, Jeflferson, Lafay.ette, Leon, Levy,
Liberty, Maedi;con, Marion, Pasco, Sa rnta RaI; S, Sumtecr, Suwanne.i.o, Taylor, Union, WRkulla and Wanhington Counties.


I_ _; 7 r T r r 1







Page 28


Table XIV. Movement


of All Citrus Trees to Destinations by Counties
July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966


COUNTIES ALL CITRUS COUNTIES ALL CITRUS


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


Trees

199
409
310
16
28,946
61,228
103
13,475
1,578
1,816
509
134
52,534
28,890
199
3,300
305
1,187
14
35
59,853
109,110
17,318
123,849
115,087
6
627,314
124
3
226,366


Percent

*
*x
*x
*x
0.9
1.8
*.4
0.4
*x



1.5
0.8

0.1



*x
1.8
3.2
0.5
3.6
3.4
*
18.4
*6.6
*
6.6


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

TOTAL*


Trees

11,166
182
32,523
36,696
271,340
29
123
427
2,247
272,771
6,660
114,706
47,304
23,467
634,999
17,355
844
418,797
610
13,548
13,747
340
1
7
15,804
1,525
27
293

3,411,755


Percent

0.3
*
1.0
1.1
8.0
*
*-
*
0.1
8.0
0.2
3.4
1.4
0.7
18.6
0.5
*
12.3
*
0.4
0.4
*
*
*-
0.5
*
*
*i

100.0


Less than .05 percent.


No citrus trees shipped into Gadsden,
Levy, Liberty, Madison and Suwannee Cc


Gilchrist, Glades, Hamilton, Jefferson,














Table XV. Percentage Distribution of Kind of Rootstock by Scion Variety, July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966

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


ORANGES

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
Homosalsa
Enterprise Seedless
Queren
Delicious
Other Oranges

All Orangies


68.3
68.2
4.5
6.9
39.1
1.3
1.0
0.9



2.4

98.8

5.3

65.0

15.1

46.7


2.8
2.2
0.8
0.7

60.9
0.4




3.1





2.6
0.2
0.3

1.9


24.3
21.6
76.5
58.5
60.9
27.2
94.6
94.1
55.6
28.4
99.8
87.9
71.4
1.2
100.0


10.4
79.9
54.7

36.9


0.3
*
0.1
1.4


1.5
1.2

64.2

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0.3
19.9


0.6


0.2
0.4
1.4
5.1
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2.9

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3.6




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28.8

1.8


1.4
7.3
10.0
24.5

9.9
1.4
0.4
44.4
4.4

2.1
16.1


94.7
100.0
2.0

0.3

9.5


2.6
0.3
6.4
2.8


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Table XVI. Percentage Distribution of Kind of Rootstock by Scion Variety, July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966

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

GRAPEFRUIT
Marsh Seedless 31.6 0.8 63.7 0.7 0.9 1.1 1.2 *
Duncan 37.0 3.6 58.1 0.6 0.2 0.3 0.2
Foster 100.0
Thompson 64.1 4.0 20.0 0.2 0.7 11.0 *
Other Pink 60.9 37-7 1.3 0.1
Red Seedless 25.7 74.3 *
Royal 5.3 94.7
Other Red 24.6 0.8 56.6 0.8 0.6 13.9 0.3 2.4
Other Grapefruit 20.8 7.0 20.8 1.4 44.4 4.2 1.4

All Grapefruit 31.8 1.0 61.1 0.7 0.8 3.1 1.1 0.4






Table XVII. Percentage Distribution of Kind of Rootstock by Scion Variety, July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966

Rough Other Sour Sweet Trifo- Cleo- Grape-
Variety Lemon Lemon Orange Seedling late patra fruit Other Own Unknown
MANDARINS
King 57.4 2.5 30.8 5.5 3.8
Temple 4.7 22.9 1.1 0.8 65.7 4.8 *
Page 53.1 15.3 6.5 3.1 10.9 11.1
Oneco 11.9 42.9 45.2
Dancy Tangerine 59.9 7.1 18.4 3.9 0.6 7.6 2.5
Lee Tangerine 6.4 12.6 7.6 5.3 68.1
Osceola Tangerine 45.1 52.5 0.2 1.8 0.4 *
Robinson 14.0 0.9 25.6 2.6 1.3 50.7 4.9
Other Tangerines 57.8 13.7 6.6 10.5 10.8 0.6
Clementine 54.5 36.4 9.1
Murcott Honey 23.1 0.3 31.9 0.3 43.5 0.8 0.1
Ponkan 4.0 89.3 6.7
Other Mandarins 0.1 55.1 0.1 44.5
Owari Satsuma 1.2 0.1 90.6 8.1
Other Satsumas 0.1 3.3 42.4 54.1 0.1 *
All Mandarins 23.2 2.5 22.2 1.8 3.9 42.7 3.7 *

LIMES
Tahiti (Persian) 77.2 17.0 4.2 0.5 1.1 *
Key 45.1 0.1 10.4 2.7 9.5 32.2
Lakeland 90.5 6.1 1.7 1.7
Other Limes 94.8 0.6 4.4 0.2
All Limes 74.6 16.0 4.0 1.3 4.1 *
LEMONS
Ponderosa 78.7 4.2 2.9 0.8 13.4
Villafrankei 90.0 10.0
Meyers 21.5 0.1 0.5 1.2 0.1 0.2 76.4
Harvey 100.0
Everbearing 100.0
Messina 75.0 25.0
Avon 54.4 3.6 6.4 35.6
Sicily 50.0 50.0
Bcaros 96.8 2.7 0.
OLher Lemons 97.2 2.1 0.1 0.6
All Lemons 63.2 1.5 1.7 0.5 1.5 0.1 31.5








Percentage Distribution of Kind of Rootstock by Scion Variety, July 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966


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

TANGELOS
Orlando 14.8 0.6 19.8 4.8 3.7 53.1 3.2 *
Minneola 40.4 13.6 1.3 3.5 40.6 0.6
Seminole 42.1 31.6 26.3
"K" Early 0.4 9.0 0.5 0.1 80.9 9.1
Other Tangelos 79.4 1.9 0.4 17.7 0.6
All Tangelos 19.5 0.5 16.9 3.7 3.0 52.9 3.5
KUMQUATS
Marumi 100.0 100.0
Meiwa 0.7 2.1 90.8 6.4 *
Nagami 47.3 37.5 3.3 9.3 0.4 2.2 *
Other Kumquats 7.6 17.5 14.5 60.0 0.1 0.2 0.1
All Kumquats 37.1 30.4 18.0 12.5 0.3 1.7
MISCELLANEOUS
Eustis Limequat 1.1 98.9
Lakeland Limequat 74.2 25.8
Other Limequat 100.0
Calamondin 12.5 4.0 3.1 0.6 0.7 79.1
Shaddock 100.0
Other Citrus 11.4 2.4 12.1 3.6 2.7 63.0 4.8
All Miscellaneous 13.0 0.1 4.4. 4.1 0.7 3.9 73.8

ALL CITRUS 38.4 1.6 37.9 1.0 2.0 15.7 2.4 0.9 0.1

*
Less than .05 percent.

ZS/lcb 12/9/66
Exp. Sta., Ag. Ec. 1200 copies


Table XVIII.






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Other publications available of nursery stock movement series:


Agr. Ec. Mimeo Report 66-3


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 Nurseries,
1965.
from Florida nurseries ,
1964.
from Florida Nurseries,
1963.


Other publications available in citrus costs and returns series:


Agr. Ext. Ser. Ec. Series 66-2


33 Years of Citrus Costs and Returns in
Florida, 1931-1964.


65-3 32 Years of Orange Costs and Returns in
Florida, 1931-1963.




Some other citrus publications:


Agr. Ext. Ser. Ec. Series


62-9 Citrus Grove Records.
65-4 How Many Citrus Trees per Acre?
65-1 Cost of Planting and Developing Florida
Citrus Groves Through 10 Years of Age.
62-7 So You Would Like to Set a Citrus Gr:ve.
62-1 Does Irrigation Pay On Your Grove?
64-6 Estimating the Value of Citrus Fruir
as it Develops.
65-5 Per-Acre Yield and On-Tree rice f
Florida Citrus, 1929 to Date.
66-7 Cash Receipts Froin Cirrus third Highest
in 1965.
66-8 Florida Leads Again in World Citrus
Production.
66-3 Citrus Yield Per Tree By Age.


Circular 119B, Should I Buy a Citrus Grove?


Agr. Ec. Mimeo Report 66-7 Cost of Picking and Hauling Florida Ci:rus
Fruits, 1964-65 Season.
66-8 Cost of Packing and Selling Florida Fresh
Citrus Fruits, 1964-65 Season.
66-9 Cost of Processing, Warehousing and Sel-ing
Florida Citrus Products, 1964-65 Season.




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