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 Front Cover
 Preface
 Front Cover
 Table of Contents
 General comments & weather
 Carlot shipments by weeks 1970-71...
 Mixed car analysis, Florida rail...
 Florida citrus shipments - rail,...
 Total shipments, Florida citrus...
 Arizona, California, Texas & Mexico...
 Unloads rail & truck, oranges,...
 Florida fruit processed - boxes...
 Exports - Florida citrus - fresh...
 Exports - U.S. citrus - fresh -...
 Production - oranges - 1889 through...
 Production & utilization - Florida...
 Per capita consumption - citrus...
 Florida equivalent "on tree" prices...
 Crop values (citrus) by states...
 Delivered cannery prices 1970-71...
 Florida canners' association -...
 Containers - Florida - By kind...
 Florida commercial citrus trees...
 Florida citrus: estimated county...






Group Title: Market news service on fruits and vegetables
Title: Marketing Florida citrus
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Title: Marketing Florida citrus
Series Title: Market news service on fruits and vegetables
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Language: English
Creator: Federal-State Market News Service
Publisher: Federal State Marketing News Service.
Place of Publication: Lakeland, Fla.
Publication Date: 1970-1971
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page i
        Page ii
    Preface
        Page iii
    Front Cover
        Page iv
    Table of Contents
        Page v
    General comments & weather
        Page 1
        Page 2
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
    Carlot shipments by weeks 1970-71 &1969-70
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
    Mixed car analysis, Florida rail shipments, 1970-71 season
        Page 10
    Florida citrus shipments - rail, boat & truck
        Page 11
    Total shipments, Florida citrus - 1970-71 & 1969-70 season
        Page 12
    Arizona, California, Texas & Mexico truck shipments - citrus 1970-71 season
        Page 13
    Unloads rail & truck, oranges, 41 U.S. cities & 5 canadian cities
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
    Florida fruit processed - boxes - 1970-71 season
        Page 18
    Exports - Florida citrus - fresh - by weeks, 1970-71 season
        Page 19
    Exports - U.S. citrus - fresh - July 1970 through June 1971
        Page 20
        Page 21
        Page 22
    Production - oranges - 1889 through 1970
        Page 23
        Page 24
        Page 25
        Page 26
        Page 27
    Production & utilization - Florida citrus - 1966-67 through 1969-70
        Page 28
        Page 29
        Page 30
        Page 31
    Per capita consumption - citrus fruits - United States, 1934 through 1970
        Page 32
        Page 33
        Page 34
        Page 35
    Florida equivalent "on tree" prices - oranges, grapefruit & tangerines
        Page 36
        Page 37
        Page 38
        Page 39
        Page 40
        Page 41
        Page 42
    Crop values (citrus) by states & United States totals
        Page 43
        Page 44
        Page 45
        Page 46
        Page 47
        Page 48
        Page 49
        Page 50
        Page 51
        Page 52
        Page 53
        Page 54
        Page 55
        Page 56
        Page 57
        Page 58
    Delivered cannery prices 1970-71 season
        Page 59
    Florida canners' association - consolidated report
        Page 60
        Page 61
    Containers - Florida - By kind of citrus
        Page 62
        Page 63
    Florida commercial citrus trees - by variety & year set 1966 through 1969
        Page 64
        Page 65
    Florida citrus: estimated county production for 1969-70 crop year
        Page 66
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PREFACE

The Federal-State Market News Service, a co-operative agency of

the U. S. Department of Agriculture and the Florida Department

of Agriculture, submits this annual summary for the 1970-71

season.

The daily citrus reports were issued at Lakeland, Florida from

various reports released by the U. S. Department of Agriculture,

Washington, D. C.; Florida Crop & Livestock Reporting Service;
the Citrus Inspection Division, Florida Department of Agriculture,
the Federal-State Frost Warning Service; the Florida Citrus

Commission; Seald-Sweet Growers Inc; Florida Citrus Mutual;
Florida Citrus Marketing Agreement Committee; Florida Canners'

Association; Department of Agricultural Economics, Agricultural

Experiment Station, University of Florida.

Late and corrected reports which are not yet available may cause

revision of shipments, unloads and other similar data, for the

1970-71 season. Every effort has been made to include data in
this summary which will be of most value to the Citrus Industry.

We have endeavored to include basic statistics suitable for
Comparisons with past seasons.

;We are deeply grateful to the Citrus Industry and related

agencies for their fine cooperation in making this summary

possible.
Additional copies of this summary may be obtained upon request

to Federal-State Market News Service, P. 0. Box 69, Lakeland,

Florida 33802.

Released: L. B. Morgan,

October 1971 Local Representative






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CONTENTS
TABLE
General Comments & Weather - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Carlot Shipments by Weeks 1970-71 & 1969-70
1. Rail and Boat Oranges - - - - - - - - - - -
2. Grapefruit - - - - - - - - - -
3. Tangerines - - - - - - - - - -
4. Mixed Citrus & Imports Into Florida - - - -
5.Mixed Car Analysis, Florida Rail Shipments, 1970-71 Season - - - - -
6.Florida Citrus Shipments Rail, Boat & Truck - - - - - - - -
7.Total Shipments, Florida Citrus 1970-71 & 1969-70 Season - - - - -
8.Arizona, California, Texas & Mexico Truck Shipments Citrus 1970-71 Season -
9.Unloads Rail & Truck, Oranges, 41 U.S. Cities & 5 Canadian Cities - - -


10. Grapefruit, " " "
11. Tangerines, " " "
12. Mixed Citrus" " "
13.Florida Fruit Processed Boxes 1970-71 Season - - -
14.Exports Florida Citrus Fresh By Weeks, 1970-71 Season
15.Exports U.S. Citrus Fresh July 1970 through June 1971


16.Production -
17.
18. "
19.Production &
20. "
21. "
22.


Oranges 1889 through 1970 - - - - -
Grapefruit - - - - -
Florida Citrus 1951-52 through 1970-71 - -
Utilization Florida Citrus 1966-67 through
California Citrus "
Texas,Arizona&La Citrus "
Total U.S. Citrus "


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1969-70 -


23.Per Capita Consumption Citrus Fruits United States, 1934 through 1970 -
24. Fresh Citrus Fruits United States, 1934 through 19
25. Chilled & Frozen Citrus Juices-U.S. "
26. Canned Citrus Juices & Segments-U.S. "
27.Florida Equivalent "On Tree" Prices Oranges, Grapefruit & Tangerines - -
28.Crop Values (Citrus) By States & United States Totals - - - - - -
29.Weighted Average Auction Prices Florida, By Months - - - - - -
30. By Weeks, Oranges - - - -
31. By Weeks, Grapefruit - - - -
32. By Weeks. Tangerines - - - -


33. By Weeks, By Markets Past 10 Years
34.Delivered Cannery Prices 1970-71 Season - - - - - - - - - -
35.Florida Canners' Association Consolidated Report - - - - - - -
36. Production Data - - - - - - - -
37.Containers Florida By Kind of Citrus - - - - - - - - -
3R.Florida Commercial Citrus Trees By Variety & Year Set 1966 through 1969 -
39. Acreage " "
40.Florida Citrus: Estimated County Production for 1969-70 Crop Year - - -


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27
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36-42
43
44
45-48
49-55
56
57-58
59
60
61
62-63
64
65
66


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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

Consumer and Marketing Service
and the
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Division of Marketing
Cooperating




MARKET NEWS SERVICE ON FRUITS AND VEGETABLES



MARKETING FLORIDA CITRUS
SUMMARY OF 1970-71 SEASON

Daily market reports on citrus were issued at Lakeland, Florida
from October 6, 1970 to June 4, 1971, Inclusive


GENERAL COMMENTS
Floridats citrus crop for 1970-71 Season was considerably less than was anticipated at the
beginning of the crop year. Even though, with its adversities, the final figures indicate that
fresh shipments were slightly larger than the previous season.
Harvest got underway in light volume about mid September, slightly later than the previous
season.

The weather for the 1970-71 Season was very unusual. Throughout most of the season the
weather was detrimental to both growing and harvesting conditions. The area was plagued with
below normal temperatures (36F or lower for 56 nights). The first frost and freezing temp-
eratures occurred in November in most of the citrus belt. Other damaging temperatures
followed throughout the month of March. Considerable damage was done to both trees and fruit
during these cold spells.
Florida:s commercial citrus bearing acreage on all citrus through December 1969 was 817,138
acres. This is an increase over 1968. Oranges 636,128 acres; Grapefruit 99,702 acres; Specialty
Fruits 82,308 acres.
Preliminary production figures on citrus for the United States released by Statistical
Reporting Service of the U. S. Department of Agriculture for crop year 1970-71, amounted to
approximately 282 million boxes; this is an increase of 12 million boxes compared with the
1969-70 Season. Orange production (excluding Temples) approximately 191 million boxes, an
increase of about 3 million boxes; Temples 5,000,000 boxes; Grapefruit up about 7 million boxes
over 1969-70 Season, approximately 61 million boxes; Temous 16,00,000 boxes; Tangerines show an


Continued Bage 2






2 -

General Oc:; ents Conttd:
increase compared with the previous season; 1970-71 approximately 4,700,000 boxes. Tangelos
2,700,00 boxes; Limes 725,000 boxes. Florida breakdown on citrus fruits as follows: Oranges
142,800,000 boxes; Temples 5,000,000 boxes; Grapefruit 42,900,000 boxes; Tangerines 3,700,000
boxes; Tangelos 2,700,000 boxes; Limes 725,000 boxes; for a grand total of 197,825,000 boxes,
approximately 9 per cent higher than 1969-70 crop. All above figures subject to correction.
Florida's total volume of fresh citrus shipments carlot and carlot equivalents for 1970-71
Season 59,154 as compared to 55,095 last season. Breakdown for 1970-71 Season as follows:
Oranges 27,271; Grapefruit 27,231; Tangerines 4,652.
All comparison for Oranges, Grapefruit and Tangerines include tha estimated proportion
of 'mixed cars' (exclusive of all Florida consolidated l.c.l. express cars for both years).
For the 1970-71 Season the percentage of shipments that moved from the Scate by rail totaled
18 per cent, by truck 82 per cent.
Florida Oranges and Grapefruit sold at auction this season totaled 107 cars more than
1969-70 Total cars sold 1970-71: Oranges 1100; Temples 493; Grapefruit 2,137; Price averages
were irregular during the 1970-71 Season. Oranges (excluding temples) $3.16 average; Temples
$3.06 average; Crapefruit $3,56 average per 4/5 bushel container. Tangerines volume sold on
auction market in 1970-71 was 22 cars over the total volume in 1969-70. Total number of cars
sold 832, average price $3.81 per 4/5 bushel container (includes: Tangerines, straight 511 cars,
average price $3.95; Tangelos 215 cars, average price $2.92; Murcotts 102 cars, average price
$5.03; Satsumas 3 cars, average price $2.14, Clementines 1 car, average price $1.44).
The number. of 1-3/5 bushel boxes, all citrus, used by Florida Processors in 1970-71 as
compiled by Florida Canners' Association was 161,608,284; this is an increase of 9,459,992 boxes
compared to 152,148,292 for the 1969-70 Season, Processors used about 91 per cent of the Oranges
and about 67 per cent of the Grapefruit that was harvested during the 1970-71 Season. Delivered
Cannery Prices 1970-71 Season through August 28th as follows: Oranges, Concentrate $2.07, Juice
$1.61; Grapefruit Juice $2.05.
Shipments of fresh citrus unloads from Florida in 1970-71 totaled 40,031 cars for the 41
U.S. Cities and 5 Canadian Cities via rail & truck. Orange unloads from Florida totaled 16,203;
New York City-Newark leading the way with rail 2,113, truck 1,887, total 4,000. Philadelphia
was second with a total number of 651 rail and 830 truck. Unloads of Florida Grapefruit in 41
Cities (rail and truck) totaled 19,095; New York City-Newark receiving the greater part both
rail and truck totaling 4,293 with Philadelphia second with a grand total of 1,439 cars and
Toronto, Ont., Canada third with 1,304 cars. Both Tangerines and Mixed Citrus from Florida were
well represented. Grand total Florida Tangerines 3,219; Mixed Citrus 1,514.


The conversion factor of 1,000 4/5 Bushel Containers was used in converting truck and boat
shipments to carlots.

For detailed auction data for California citrus for 1970-71 Season, write Federal-State Market
News Service, OO Whlolesale Termliqal Bulldfiig, Los AngelTs, eCaifornIa 90021.




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WEATHER

CHARACTER OF THE 1970-71 SEASON
The 1970-71 Season was characterized by frequent frost and freezes occurring both early
and late in the season. Record cold temperatures for so early in the season occurred on the
morning of November 25, 1970. Following this freeze, frosts and freezes successively killed or
severely, retarded crops over much of the peninsula throughout the winter season. Frost and
freezing temperatures occurred southward into central Florida as late as April8, 1971. There
were 56 cold night (minimum temperatures 36F or lower) from November 1 through March 31 in the
peninsula. Strong winds preceded and followed many of the frontal passages as cold air swept
through the peninsula. Deficit rainfall was the general rule over the peninsula. Near drought
conditions were prevalent over the central and southern districts by the end of March.

November was cold with temperatures averaging 3 to 6 degrees below seasonal normal through-
out the peninsula. Frost or freezing temperatures occurred over north and central districts on
the morning of the 17th and patches of frost were reported in the Everglades. Cold air plunged
southward into extreme south Florida on the morning of the 24th and freezing temperatures were
recorded in the north and central districts. Clear skies and near calm winds prevailed on the
night of the 24th and on the morning of the 25th freezing temperatures were recorded in all
agricultural districts of the peninsula. Heavy frost was reported in all districts with the
exception of the Lower East Coast where it was light. A warming trend began on the 25th and
only the northern districts and colder locations of the central districts reported frost or
freezing temperatures on the morning of the 26th. Rainfall averaged 1.0 to 2.0 inches below
normal throughout the peninsula.

December began mild and continued seasonably mild until the 26th when a cold front moved
through the peninsula into the Florida Straits. Freezing temperatures occurred in the interior
of the northern districts on the morning of the 26th. On the 27th frost and freezing temperatures
were reported over all districts except the Lower East Coast where only patchy frost was observed
and temperatures were in the middle thirties. Frost and freezing temperatures occurred again
on the morning of the 28th in all districts of the peninsula except the Lower East Coast. Minimum
temperatures on the morning of the 28th were 2 to 6 degrees higher than those recorded on the
27th. Rainfall continued below normal and was generally 0.5 to 1.5 inches below normal through-
out the peninsula.

January was cold with temperatures 1 to 3 degrees below normal. On several mornings minimum
temperatures in the'upper twenties to mid-thirties were reported in the north and central dis-
tricts while mid-thirties and low forties were reported in the southern districts. Frost on
these morning was scattered in the northern and central districts and patchy in the Everglades
district. A severe freeze occurred on the mornings of the 20th and 21st with minimum temperatures
in the upper teens and mid twenties in the northern and central districts and mid twenties to
low thirties in the Everglades district. Upper twenties and mid-thirties were reported on the
Lower East Coast. Rainfall for the month was 1 to 2 inches below normal with reported amounts
ranging from .1 to near 1.5 inches.

February was seasonably cool with temperatures averaging near normal. There were 12 cold
nights on the peninsula. The frost and freeze on the morning of the 15th was the most severe of
the month peninsula-wide. Frost was heavy over all of the peninsula except on the Lower East
Coast where it was moderate to locally heavy. Minumum temperatures on the morning of the 15th
were in the mid-twenties and low thirties in the northern districts, mid-twenties to mid-thirties
in the central districts, upper twenties to mid-thirties Everglades district, and low to upper
thirties on the Lower East Coast. Rainfall over the northern districts was near normal and in
the central districts ranged up to 3 inches above normal. Rainfall in the southern districts
averaged about 1.0 inches below normal.

March was cold. Temperatures averaged 2 to 4 degrees below normal. Several occurrences
of frost and freezing temperatures were recorded in the northern, central,-afd Everglades dis-
tricts. Rainfall continued light and was generally 1.5 to 2.5 inches below normal.


Furnished thru
the courtesy of the Federal-State Agricultural Weather Service, Lakeland, Florida.





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SUMMARY DATA FOR EACH OF THE FORECAST DISTRICTS FOR THE 1970-71 SEASON


DISTRICT
Gainesville
Upper East Coast
Orlando
Brooksville
Ridge
Bartow
West Coast
Indian River
Kissimmee Valley
Everglades
Lower East Coast


Nights at
and below
360 320
53 36
43 28
44 27
41 27
40 28
29 22
25 19
24 12
25 18
29 17
14 5


--


First Occurrence
of Season
320 280
Nov. 17 Nov.
Nov. 17 Nov.
Nov. 17 Nov.
Nov. 17 Nrov.
Nov. 17 Nov.
Nov. 17 Nov.
Nov. 18 Nov.
Nov. 24 Dec.
Nov. 17 Nov.
Nov. 17 Nov.
Nov. 25 Jan.


Occurrence
Reason


Last
of
280
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.


Min.
130
16
16
16
18
20
17
25
19
20
27


DATE
Nov. 25
Jan. 21
Jan. 21
Jan. 21
Jan. 21
Jan. 21
Jan. 21
Jan. 20
Jan. 20
Jan. 20
Jan. 20


MINIMUM TEMPERATURES COLDEST DATES LOW GROUND LOCATIONS
SELECTED FLORIDA CITRUS WEATHER STATIONS 1970-71 SEASON


Station November 1970 I December 1970 J January 1971 I February 1971
'24 25 I 27 I 20 .21 28 I 11 15
Citra 27 24 26 24 21 25 25 29
Deland 29 27 28 25 21 25 27 28
Mims 31 29 28 26 22 28 29 28
Fruitland Park 28 23 26 22 22 24 27 28
Heidrich Groves 28 24 26 24 17 22 24 26
Forest City 31 28 29 25 22 26 29 28
Howey 29 29 26 26 18 23 26 27
Conway 31 30 31 27 23 26 32 30
Brooksville 27 22 30 25 19 25 27 29
Blanton 28 23 27 24 23 24 28 31
Valrico 31 23 31 27 21 22 30 27
Denham 30 23 25 26 21 24 28 29
Elfers 32 23 31 26 17 22 26 27
Parrish 35 25 33 28 25 28 32 31
Sarasota 36 27 32 27 21 26 28 27
Polk City 29 20 24 25 19 22 26 25
Lake Alfred 31 25 26 25 21 24 30 27
Mammoth 33 24 28 25 20 23 30 27
Avon Park 35 28 32 29 24 27 34 30
Bartow 33 28 30 27 22 25 30 28
Arcadia 32 23 28 25 20 23 29 24
Cocoa 33 31 32 27 27 30 37 31
Vero Beach 36 29 32 26 31 31 37 28
Stuart 40 32 32 28 31 34 40 29
Hypoluxo #2 44 35 39 29 35 38 41 35
Homestead 40 33 39 30 34 37 40 38


Furnished thru
the courtesy of the Federal-State Agricultural Weather Service, Lakeland, Florida.


320
Mar. 21
Mar. 21
Mar. 21
Mar. 21
Mar. 31
Mar. 21
Mar. 21
Mar. 21
Mar. 21
Mar. 21
Feb. 15


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TOTAL RAINFALL BY MONTHS
SELECTED U. S. FLORIDA WEATHER BUREAU STATIONS

1970-71 SEASON


STATION

Avon Park

Bartow

Bradenton Exp. Station

Brooksville

Bushnell

Clermont

Daytona Beach Airport

Crescent City

Ft. Lauderdale Exp. Sta.

Ft. Myers Airport

Fort Pierce

Homestead Exp. Station

Lakeland Weather Bureau

Melbourne

Miami Airport

Mountain Lake

Ocala

Orlando Airport

Plant City

St. Leo

St. Petersburg

Tampa Airport

Wauchula

West Palm Beach

Winter Haven


OCT.
2.25

3.25

3.61

2.13

2.92

2.69

3.87

1.88

5.02

1.19

9.67

6.87

2.59

4.45

3.01

1.32

2.04

2.60

1.66

3.40

1.60

.89

2.16

4.13

1.42


NOV.

.54

.61

1.41

.69

.84

.81

.31

.22

.28

.46

1.41

.09

.48

.32

.09

.48

.20

.24

.70

.86

1.45

1.08

.84

.23

.62


DEC.

1.06

.89

.66

1.77

.48

1.50

.72

2.07

.62

.37

1.13

.24

.91

.97

.17

1.11

1.60

2.06

.84

.67

1.10

1.25

.89

.11

1.01


JAN.

.22

.34

.28

3.03

4.17

2.09

.61

1.83

.67
.85

.46

.56

.26

.13

.51

.13

1.90

.45

.44

2.30

.50

.86

.35

.82

.24


Furnished thru

the courtesy of the Federal-State Agricultural Weather Service, Lakeland, Florida.


FEB.

2.52

4.87

5.02

6.83

6.42

3.94

5.48

6.32

1.05
1.55

3.57

1.07

4.81

4.47

.80

4.48

6.34

2.98

5.46

6.35

4.75

4.25

4.01

1.06

4.64


MAR.

.95

1.61

.80

3.48

1.60

2.43

2.00

2.59

.42

.55

1.55

.07

2.04

1.75

.40

1.22

1.55

1.46

.97

2.07

1.20

.54

1.46

.55

1.24


APR.

.49

1.28

.21

3.72

2.79

1.25

2.57

4.59

.28

.70

1.67

.07

1.25

.54

.07

.72

3.84

1.52

2.69

2.49

1.12

1.80

.05

1.27

.67


MAY.

2.34

3.67

2.87

3.05

2.94

4.76

3.12

2.15

4.25

3.77

2.18

3.05

4.01

1.76

4.13

3.42

1.30

4.31

5.38

3.22


2.80 5.00 10.97

4.09 2.54 7.74


5.80

5.04

3.54


5.65

9.03

4.52


8.24

5.13

11.03


JUNE

6.22

9.68

3.15

7.08

4.99

4.78

4.73

6.11

5.05
6.18

6.82

6.11

2.97

3.83

11.65

4.42

5.32

4.39

5.57

5.50


JULY

5.59

8.94

7.19

6.94

5.08

10.95

3.20

11.27

3.74

9.50

9.43

4.94

7.69

4.68

4.72

6.59

4.59

9.29

8.98

6.60


TOTAL

22.19

35.14

25.20

38.72

32.23

35.20

26.61

39.03

21.38

25.12

37.89

23.07

27.01

22.90

25.55

23.89

28.68

28.30

32.69

33.48

30.49

25.04

29.45

27.39

28.93





TABLE 1


ORANGES-CARLQT SHIPMENTS (RAIL & BOAT) BY WEEKS

1970-71 and 1969-70 SEASONS


Week FLORIDA CALIFORNIA TEXAS ARZONA TOTAL P R T S
Ending I I "*I I **i I I I I ** MEXICO ** SRAELIJAPAN
170-71169-701 70-711 69-70170-7169-70170-71169-70 170-71169-70170-71169-70170-71170-71


1970
9/ 5
12
19
26
10/ 3
10
17
24
31
11/7
14-
21
28
12/ 5
12
19
26
1971
1/ 2
9
16
23
30
2/ 6
13
20
27
3/ 6
13
20
27
4/ 3
10
17
24
5/ 1
8
15
22
29
6/ 5
12
19
26
7/ 3
10
17
24
31
8/ 7
141
21
28
31


5 3 363
4 3 364
4 466
6 420
3 355
3 236
9 12 199
12 41 157
26 19 78
37 35 88
114 91 309
105 104 501
53 67 353
96 60 458
103 129 601
141 173 331
146 107 215

33 115 410
139 205 568
197 159 445
234 56 471
62 132 581
88 69 492
134 155 605
176 131 557
162 116 642
93 96 579
103 115 594
99 113 597
110 105 578
87 85 701
101 102 653
115 99 657
125 95 618
127 136 562
157 152 559
174 153 547
145 194 571
163 149 588
100 155 466
119 130 521
106 100 527
88 103 413
42 86 302
39 68 255
37. 53 424
24 44 433
14 34 178
13 21 360
9 13 392
12 15 390
9 13 418
390


386
520
514
505
357
322
208
195
180
168
455
611
682
762
981
360
249

423
713
771
757
807
706
630
693
820
675
871
725
680
588
731
852
871
802
714-
736
665
697
625
632
538
457
384
479
445
435
446
394
403
413
427
437


TOTAL 4290 4424 23538 29897 21 24 904 1846 28753 36191 3 63 408 8

**Corresponding Week Last Season. Note 1970-71 Season figures following week ending April 24
thru August 31, 1971 subject to correction. 1969-70 Season corrected week ending 5/1/70 thru
week ending 8/31/70.


368 389
368 523
466 518
420 511
355 360
239 322
208 221
169 239
105 203
6 1 132 204
38 32 462 580
38 23 645 739
32 40 438 790
59 36 613 858
79 39 783 1153
21 22 493 555
14 7 375 363

21 6 464 544
18 7 725 925
10 22 653 953
23 23 731 838
4 24 652 965
10 18 592 795
3 22 743 807
7 33 742 857
26 58 830 994
25 60 697 831
34 119 733 1106
35 144 731 982
32 88 721 873
55 95 843 768
50 91 80': 924
34 108 806 1059
42 117 785 1083
30 136 719 1074
40 86 756 952
34 85 755 974
24 84 740 943
20 64 771 910
13 67 579 847
7 32 647 794
3 19 636 657
8 11 509 571
- 5 344 475
3 8 297 555
3 3 464 501
1 4 458 483
- 1 192 481
2 2 375 417
- 2 401 418
S 1 402 429
1 427 441
390 437


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TABLE 2


GRAPEFRUTT-CARLOT SHIPMENTS

(RAIL & BOAT) BY WEEKS


Week FLORIDA CALIFORNIA TEXAS ARZONA TOTAL
Ending I *N **I **
I 70-71 I 69-70 I 70-71 I 69-70 I 70-71 I 69-70 I 70-71 I 69-70 I 70-71 69-70
1970
9/ 5 1 45 70 5 50 71
12 2 14 52 7 21 54
19 3 2 25 6 8 28
26 5 8 3 8 8
10/ 3 16 23 1 16 24
10 52 38 52 38
17 55 138 55 138
24 68 106 1 69 106
31 109 76 2 2 111 78
11/ 7 92 118 1 6 1 2 %93 127
14 88 149 2 1 9 2 1 91 161
21 161 121 1 2 1 3 2 2 165 128
28 83 99 4 15 3 10 4 94 124
12/ 5 97 92 6 5 12 5 102 115
12 117 125 2 2 3 14 1 1 123 142
19 204 207 5 11 10 14 1 4 220 236
26 127 111 2 14 3 8 2 2 134 135
1971
1/ 2 42 106 3 5 5 11 4 50 126
9 162 143 3 12 6 15 1 7 172 177
16 213 85 10 17 12 20 3 18 238 140
23 241 60 5 16 29 23 1 17 276 116
30 155 174 7 19 28 17 1 8 191 218
2/ 6 153 143 11 9 13 24 5 177 181
13 172 153 11 19 14 17 1 13 198 202
20 151 137 4 9 8 22 2 7 165 175
27 140 175 5 11 10 16 2 7 157 209
3/ 6 114 104 6 12 18 24 2 6 140 146
13 128 119 11 16 23 32 3 13 165 180
20 145 126 10 21 12 24 4 20 171 191
27 147 141 10 28 26 23 3 18 186 210
4/ 3 118 142 10 21 14 7 2 14 144 184
10 119 150 11 33 14 20 6 13 150 216
17 133 136 9 36 12 16 18 154 206
24 169 147 17 41 11 23 2 13 199 224
5/ 1 175 131 28 64 2 15 205 210
8 149 121 61 71 6 2 31 218 223
15 120 128 77 90 4 2 4 41 205 261
22 120 92 111 78 3 2 7 29 241 201
29 131 70 68 45 24 41 223 156
6/ 5 68 69 70 44 12 56 150 169
12 46 42 81 50 20 59 147 151
19 26 11 84 66 32 54 142 131
26 17 9 71 86 24 44 112 139
7/ 3 11 :17 75 110 17 30 103 157
10 4 6 73 77 4 24 01 107
17 17 83 85 2 27 102 112
24 27 3 94 93 2 13 123 109
31 17 61 87 11 61 115
8/ 7 124 82 124 82
14 109 75 109 75
21 140 68 140 68
28 91 70 91 70
31 19 61 19 61

TOTALS 4687 4374 1738 1928 297 414 219 695 6941 7411

Note 1970-71 Season figures following week ending April 24th thru August 31, 1971 subject to
correction. 1969-70 Season corrected week ending 5/1/70 thru week ending 8/31/70. **Corres-
ponding week last season.


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TABLE 3


8 -

TANGERINES-CARLOT SHIPMENTS

(RAIL & BOAT) BY WEEKS


WEEK I FLORIDA CALIFORNIA TEXAS ARIZONA T 0 TAL I IMPORTS
ENDING I I ** i I * MEXICO **
170-71 1 69-70 170-71 1 69-70 170-71 I 69-70 1 70-71 | 69-70 70-71 169-70 170-71169-70
1970
9/ 5. .
12- .
19 .
26
10/ 3
10
24 1 1 5
31 6 1 1 6 2 1 2
11/ 7 6 2 1 6 3 2
14 29 2 1 30 2 2 6
21 38 12 4 38 16 3 15
28 17 41 1 2 18 43 3
12/ 5 47 73 2 47 75 -
12 25 90 25 90 14
19 49 93 1 50 93 6 9
26 24 90 24 90 9 2
1971
1/ 2 6 38 6 38 5 -
9 47 29 2 1 2 51 30 2 -
16 65 13 1 2 1 67 15 -
23 19 7 6 1 7 26 14 -
30 6 4 1 2 1 6 8 12 3
2/ 6 2 4 2 5 4 9 -
13 1 2 2 11 3 13 -
20 1 9 1 7 2 16 -
27 6 2 5 3 11 5 -
3/ 6 1 2 5 1 6 3 -
13 6 6 3 4 9 10 -
20 4 3 4 7 8 10 -
27 3 4 2 6 5 10 -
4/ 3 1 1 4 2 4 -
10 4 2 6 -
17 1 1 -
24 1 1 1 2 1
5/ 1 -
15 ..
22 -
29 -
6/ 5 ..
12 -
19 ...
26 .
7/ 3 .
10 ...
17 -
24 -
31 -
8/ 7
14 ....
21 -
28 -
31 -

TOTAL 385 498 35 50 1 33 65 454 613 28 64

**Corresponding Week Last Season. Note 1970-71 Seasnns iourai f'llnwlna week nndin Anril 24


thru August 31, 1971
week ending 8/31/70.


subject to correction. 1969-70 Season corrected week ending 5/1/70 thru





TABLE 4


9-

MIXED CITRUS CARLOT RAIL SHIPMENTS


BY WEEKS
No Florida, or Texas Consolidated l.e.l. express shipments included 1970-71 or 1969-70 season.
WEEK I FLORIDA I CALIFORNIA TEXAS ARIZONA TOTAL
ENDING

S70-71" 69-70 70-71 69-70 071 9-70 70-7 69-770 070-71 69-70
1970
9/ 5 36 19 36 19
12 24 15 24 15
19 14 15 14 15
26 1 13 19 1 14 20
10/ 3 4 15 9 15 13
10 3 3 10 7 13 10
17 15 11 7 6 22 17
24 14 15 4 6 1 19 21
31 17 16 5 1 1 1 18 23
11/ 7 26 19 5 26 24
14 40 45 3 3 1 10 3 53 52
21 73 42 1 2 8 3 81 48
28 54 33 2 2 8 8 64 43
12/ 5 62 65 3 6 1 2 8 6 74 79
12 72 106 2 14 1 5 7 11 82 136
19 109 97 4 6 1 2 7 1 121 106
26 66 73 2 12 3 1 2 3 73 89
1971
1/ 2 12 34 3 8 1 6 1 22 43
9 63 77 5 16 1 2 12 9 81 104
16 85 45 4 14 4 2 6 8 99 69
23 61 28 8 14 2 10 3 8 74 60
30 11 49 13 22 3 9 1 7 28 87
2/ 6 25 26 13 24 5 3 15 43 68
13 21 41 9 23 3 4 1 2 34 70
20 44 35 19 19 5 3 6 68 63
27 35 39 13 14 4 1 1 3 53 57
3/ 6 23 29 19 13 2 1 7 44 50
13 22 38 19 17 5 6 4 52 59
20 14 55 9 8 5 2 4 30 67
27 26 25 16 8 3 3 4 4 49 40
4/ 3 26 40 14 16 3 1 2 43 59
10 17 26 12 9 4 2 3 2 36 39
17 33 29 8 23 3 1 44 53
24 16 31 9 22 1 3 8 28 62
5/ 1 13 13 22 8 2 5 37 31
8 16 17 17 19 8 10 41 46
15 27 12 26 29 10 4 63 45
22 14 18 24 27 11 17 49 62
29 22 10 36 39 19 9 77 58
6/ 5 13 8 35 59 12 16 60 83
12 5 7 68 55 6 11 79 73
19 18 9 46 88 3 10 67 107
26 1C 3 51 72 2 69 77
7/ 3 17 10 64 73 -81 83
10 6 7 72 79 78 86
17 5 5 79 92 84 97
24 10 3 91 76 101 79
31 1 45 78 45 79
8/ 7 46 77 46 77
14 85 63 85 63
21 63 60 63 60
28 55 61 55 61
31 22 48 22 46
TOTAL 1269 1305 1279 1518 61 61 170 211 2779 3095

Note 1970-71 Season figures following week ending April 24 thru August 31, 1971 subject to corr-
ection. 1969-70 Season corrected week ending 5/1/70 thru week ending 8/30/70. **Corresponding
week last season. Additional Rail Shipments: September, 1970, Jamaica Ugli fruit 23, 940
pounds; September, 1970, Dominican Republic Limes 3,230 pounds; November, 1970, JamAica Citrus
variety unidentified), 13,477 pounds; January, 1970, Jamaica Ugli fruit 108,815 pounds;
January, 1971 Ecuador Limes 2,818 pounds; February, 1971, Jamaica Ugli fruit 199,857 pounds;
February, 1971, El Salvalor Limes 660 pounds; February 1971, British Honduras Oranges and
Grapefruit 50 pound; March, 1971, Jamaica Ugli fruit 115,476 pounds; April, 1971, Haiti- Limes
7,741 pounds; May, 1971 British Honduras Limes 2,500 pound; May, 1971 Gye Limes 2,382 pounds;
June, 1971 Ecuador Limes 8,000 pounds; June, 1971 Guatemala Limes 37 pounds; September, 1971
Dominican Republic Oranges 1,560 pounds,





TABLE 5


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FLORIDA MIXED CAR ANALYSIS RAIL SHIPMENTS

1970-71 Season


Week I0 R A NG E S GRAPEFR I TA NGFRI NES
Ending I G R
I Week I Season t, I Week I Season to Week Season to
I Ending I Date .. | Ending I Date I7n I Date


1970
9/ 5
12
19
26
10/3
10
17
24
31
11/7
14
21
28
12/5
12
19
26
1971
1/2
9
16
23
30
2/6
13
20
27
3/6
13
20
27
4/3
10
17
24
5/1
8
15
22
29
6/5
12
19
26
7/3
10
17
24
31
8/7
14
21
28


39.8
32.3
35.9
46.5
37.3

30.7
39.9
31.3
3j 3









45.3
42.5
49.5
50.0
50.0
57.0
62.1
46.8
44.2
55.3
51.8
45.0
50.4
43.3
32.2
45.6
48.6
44.1
50.6
58.8
68.6
74.8
76.8
77.6
76.3
54.9





Note- Fiaures


through the cooperation of the Seald


47.4
58.4
54.4
50.3
54.6


42.9
47.0
49.0
49.2
50.3


12.8
9.3
9.7
3.2
8.0


20.0
17.2
15.2
12.8
11.8


37.1
35.8
35.8
38.0
37.9

37.4
37.8
36.8
37.7
38.2
39.0
40.1
41.0
42.0
43.0
44.0
44.0
44.0
44.0
52.2
45.0
45.0
45.0
45.0
45.0
45.0
45.0
45.0
45.0
45.0
46.0
46.0
46.0
46.0





not available


44.1 50.0 25.2 12.6
44.3 49.0 15.8 13.2
40.6 47.6 28.1 15.6
31.8 45.9 22.9 16.4
41.5 45.4 16.0 16.4
49.8 45.7 .7 15.3
42.0 45.5 8.0 14.4
47.1 45.0 2.9 14.0
42.0 45.0 1.0 13.0
36.7 45.0 1.2 12.0
52.3 45.0 .9 11.0
53.5 45.0 2.3 11.0
44.7 45.0 11.0
45.0 45.0 3.1 11.0
45.0 47.1 10.0 .7
49.6 46.0 -9.0
56.6 46.0 9.0
67.8 47.0 8.0
54.4 47.0
51.4 47.0 .0
55.9 48.0 9.0
49.4 48.0 7.0
41.2 47.0 8.0
31.4 47.0 8.0
25.2 47.0 8.0
23.2 47.0 7.0
22.4 47.0 7.0
23.7 47.0 7.0
45.1 47.0 7.0





week ending 9/5/70 thru week ending 11/21/70
Made available
Sweet Growers Inc. & the Federal State Market News Service.






TABLE 6


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TOTAL FLORIDA CITRUS SHIPMENTS RAIL. BOAT & TRUCK BY WEEKS

Note Includes the estimated proportion of "Mixed" cars & truck shipments Intra & Interstate
movement. Does not include any Florida consolidated l.c.l. express shipments. Truck reduced to
carlot equivalents on basis 500 boxes per car.
1970-71 SEASON


WEEK GRA P E F R U I T I O RA NG ES TA NG ER I N E S
ENDING RAIL&BOAT TRUC | RAIL&BOAT TRUCK RAIL & BOAT TRUC-
ENIN| RAIL & BOAT I TRUCK# 1 RAIL & BOAT | TRUCK# RAIL & BOAT TRUCK#


1970
9/ 5
12
19
26
10/ 3
10
17
24
31
11/ 7
14
21
28
12/ 5
12
19
26
1971
1/ 2
9
16
23
30
2/ 6
13
20
27
3/ 6
13
20
27
4/ 3
10
17
24
5/ 1
8
15
22
29
6/ 5
12
19
26
7/ 3
10
17
24
31
8/ 7
14
21
28


37
310
772
1026
830
821
748
618
622
694
425
661
713
719
217

322
746
812
1153
25
753
710
670
674
664
701
718
754
671
658
613
552
482
353
262
154
110
64
35
23
13
12
4
7
3
1
1
2
1
1


1
2
5
26
53
191
433
536
671
766
744
809
598
967
1293
1723
453

410
841
950
1187
61
810
814
810
674
573
648
559
523
451
448
406
412
386
414
340
325
257
212
178
146
87
67
49
51
31
10
7
5
5
5


TOTAL 5294 21937 4848 22423 489 4163

#Corrected.






TABLE 7


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TOTAL SHIPMENTS. FLORIDA CITRUS BY WEEKS 1970-71 & 1969-70 SEASONS
Note Includes rail, boat, truck & 'mixed citrus' broken down into estimated proportion.
Truck reduced to carlot equivalents on basis 500 boxes per car. No 1. c. 1. express
included.


I R A P EF R UI T O RA NG E S T A N.G.E R I N E S TO T A L..
--7 I I --7 *


1970
9/ 5
12
19
26
10/ 3
10
17
24
31
11/7
14
21
28
12/ 5
12
19
26
1971
1/ 2
9
16
23
30
2/ 6
13
20
27
3/ 6
13
20
27
4/ 3
10
17
24
5/ 1
8
15
22
29
6/ 5
12
19
26
7/ 3
10
17
24
31
8/ 7
14
21
28


37
315
788
1081
895
899
867
725
725
890
534
794
869
978
380

369
936
1059
1413
184
919
891
842
829
787
841
871
913
801
785
763
729
664
513
397
282
253
136
83
55
35
27
9
25
35
1
1
2
1
1


13
25
74
305
632
884
1155
788
852
834
849
778
514
776
845
863
246

550
828
546
686
965
808
827
825
875
718
738
876
700
690
735
709
650
490
440
362
261
163
129
79
42
28
30
19
8
3

2
1
1
1


6
6
5
26
53
194
447
552
702
811
878
944
672
1083
1422
1915
624

447
1005
1174
1449
126
910
958
1008
856
680
761
664
647
551
557
537
545
519
576
526
476
430
319
300
264
188
122
93
92
60
24
20
14
17
14


4
4
7
23
85
99
276
475
499
679
842
936
580
963
1301
1872
318

710
1099
732
626
1078
806
1091
909
827
801
734
694
520
488
559
557
496
499
518
479
461
345
322
302
238
201
167
133
117
101
34
15
7
4
5


6
6
42
341
842
1302
1384
1491
1669
1743
1905
2266
1488
2361
2956
3591
1208

1020
2350
2560
3028
323
1854
1860
1857
1686
1468
1602
1536
1560
1356
1343
1300
1274
1183
1089
923
758
683
457
383
319
223
149
102
117
.;5
25
21
16
18
15


17
29
81
328
717
985
1455
1304
1413
1590
1831
1999
1394
2247
2899
3704
760

1588
2196
1368
1365
2118
1642
1937
1747
1703
1523
1472
1570
1220
1178
1294
1267
1146
990
958
841
722
508
451
381
280
229
197
152
125
104
34
17
n
5
6


TOTAL 27231 25218 27271 25638 4652 '4239 59154 55095

% Corrected. **Corresponding week last season.








CITRUS SHIPMENTS TRUCK ARIZONA. CULIFORNIA. TEXAS & MEXICO BY WEEKS

1970-71 & 1969-70 SEASONS
Carlot Equivalents Basis 1,000 4/5 Bushel Containers.


1 ARIZONA I CALIFORNIA #+ 1 T E X A S I MEXIC 0
I GRAPEFRUIT ORANGES (GRAPEFRUIT T


S ** *I I ** I * I I ** I I* I I I* I I**
70-1 69-1 70-1 69-1 70-1 69-1 70-1 69-1 70-1 69-170-1 -1-170-169-170-169-170-169-
71 I 70 I 71 1 70 I 71 I 70 I 71 I 70 I 71 I 70 171 170 171 170 171 170 171 170


8
22
4


1970
9/ 5
12
19
26
10/ 3
10
17
24
31
11/ 7
14
21
28
12/ 5
12
19
26
1971
1/ 2
9
16
23
30
2/ 6
13
20
27
3/ 6
13
20
27
4/ 3
10
17
24
5/ 1
8
15
22
29
6/ 5
12
19
26
7/ 3
10
17
24
31
8/ 7
14
21
28


Week
Ending


5 -
-21 18 -
- 63 42 1 -
- 75 37 18 14-
- 27 37 61 48
- 60 19 69 56
- 29 17 50 43
- 30 28 66 98
- 20 22 56 102
- 14 8 46 13
1 15 5 71 12
- 17 21 96 61
5 13 18 139 39
- 13 10 101 12

1 8 13 86 17
- 12 6 28 14
S 7 22 21 12
S 7 32 21 10
- 22 25 16 9
1 23 23 10 5
- 44 31 15 -
- 26 28 9 -
- 27 24 6
- 28 19 1 -
- 25 18 1 -
- 17 15 -
- 14 16 -
- 14 12 -
- 9 17 -
- 10 18 -
- 6 18 -
- 10 16
- 11 17 -
- 16 19
- 23 17 -
- 20 10
- 21 11 -
- 23 8 -
- 5 -


TOTALS 925 21320 3594 5384 10233 5 825 988 31
2163 20795 2779 3910 8114 8 722 565 34
#Outbound Passings. **Corresponding week last season. +Arizona Oranges & Tangerines not available
California Tangerines not available.


GRAPERRIIT-TT3- RANGES GR-A-VRR-l-TTTiPANGE IGRAPERRUTT I TANG,1ORANGES1 TANG. I GFRT


-


__ __


TABLE 8


13 -





TABLE 9


- 14 -


UNLOADS RAIL & TRUCK ORANGES 41 U. S. CITIES & 5 CANADIAN CITIES


FROM SEPT. 1970 THRU JULY 1971. BY STATES OF ORIGIN
Carlots rail include boat Truck.& boat converted to carlot equivalents on basis 500 boxes
I I II I I I
CITIES FLORIDA CALIF. ARIZ. TEX. I MEX. OTHER TOTAL
I Rail IRail Rail IRall IRail IRail Rail
Truck I Truck I Truck I TruckI TruckI Truckl Truck
Albany, N.Y.# 1 104 143 128 1 -- 8 145 240
Atlanta, Ga.# 1 929 5 57 1 1 6 -2 7 995
Baltimore, Md.# 145 401 175 76 11 1 1 1 4 331 484
Birmingham, Ala. 442 4 36 1 34 4 513
Boston, Mass.# 180 416 1575 8 31 16 1786 440
Buffalo, N.Y.# 35 172 361 18 2 2 414 176
Chicago, Ill.# 224 527 1552 149 32 2 77 39 10 1808 804
Cincinnati, 0.j 86 469 127 139 16 5 2 -14- 7 1 231 635
Cleveland, 0. 16 415 525 224 4 12 3 6 545 660
Columbia, S.C. 8 579 12 26 2 -- 1 20 608
Dallas, Tex.# 11 324 1 42 506 22 3 12 897
Denver Colo.# 10 563 13 74 4 9 673
Detroit, Mich.# 171 657 1118 266 61 10 1 48 1 7 3 1352 991
Fort Worth, Tex. 2 62 1 68 8 141
Houston, Tex. 18 4 166 4 20 201 31 8 436
Indianapolis, Ind. 151 15 243 1 24 15 419
Kansas City, Mo. 94 12 434 27 66 3 12 624
Los Angeles, Cal. 1 27 3803 210 292 80 1 4412
Louisville, Ky. 18 292 7 62 1 4 15 29 370
Memphis, Tenn. 9 228 3 84 5 128 20 12 465
Miami, Florida 812 91 903
Milwaukee, Wise. 95 120 110 2 9 1 120 217
Mnpls-St.Paul,Minn. 63 132 861 3 11 15 2 135 952
Nashville, Tenn. 20 5 1 1 28 1 1 55
New Orleans, La.# 4 438 1 138 1 120 10 5 707
N.Y.C.-Newark, N.J.# 2113 1887 3222 69 36 3 7 5371 1966
Oklahoma City, Okla 6 132 13 28 179
Philadelphia, Pa.# 651 830 1199 92 7 2 2 1 408 10 2265 937
Pittsburgh, Pa. 55 341 691 6 28 3 774 350
Portland, Ore.# 23 469 10 3 15 1 33 488
Providence, R.I.# 78 116 5 4 1 120 84
St. Louis, Mo.# 9 144 299 396 :14 13 14 72 1 7 1 337 633
Salt Lake City, U. 448 3 3 3 457
San Antonio, Tex. 7 1 125 174 63 1 369
San Fran-Oakland, Cal. 9 1885 4 17 9 1924
Seattle-Tacoma Wash.# 9 112 691 2 9 3 7 7 121 719
Washington, D.C.# 46 393 203 55 8 5 3 3 257 459
TOTAL 3773 11065 11768 12428 293 401 21 2051 2 340 415 97 16272 26382

Montreal Que. Can.# 705 1065 16 116 1 3 341 1526 721
Ottawa, 6nt., ban.# 38 97 42 20 1 38 34 155 115
Toronto, Ont., Can. 30 586 896 10 50 5 2 1 71 300 1054 897
Vancouver, B.C., Can.f 5 172 401 23 7 2 23 3 9 367 567 445
Winnipeg, Man., Can.# 1 144 85 17 4 7 35 121 1 2R- 13-
TOTAL 30 1335 2374 554 226 12 8 30 8 45 938 335 3584 2311

Others by Origin: Truck United States: Albany, N. Y. Israel 8; Atlanta, Ga Israel 2;
Baltimore, Md Israel 4; Boston, Mass. Israel 16; Buffalo, N. Y. Israel 2; Chicago, Ill -
Israel 10, Cincinnati, 0. Israel 1; Cleveland, 0. Israel 6; Dallas, Tex. Israel 3; Denver,
Colo. Israel 9; Detroit, Mich Israel 3; New Orleans, La. Louisiana 10; New York, N. Y. -
Israel 7; Philadelphia, Pa. Israel 10; Portland, Ore. Japan 1; Providence, R. I. Israel 1;
St. Louis, Mo. Israel 1; Washington, D. C. Israel 3. Canada: Ottawa Israel 6, Japan 4,
South Africa 24; Toronto Brazil 60, Israel 9, South Africa 231; Winnipeg Japan 1.
RAIL UNITED STATES: Philadelphia, Pa. Israel 408; Seattle-Tacoma, Wash-Japan 7. CANADA:
Montreal Brazil 4, Cuba 2, Israel 116, Japan 16, South Africa 192, Spain 11; Ottawa Israel
28, Japan 10; Toronto Israel 54, Japan 17, Vancouver Australia 3, Formosa 3, Israel 2,
Japan 346, South Africa 13; Winnipeg Israel 3, Japan 112, South Africa 6.






TABLE 10


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UNLOADS RAIL & TRUCK GRAPEFRUIT 41 U. S. CITIES & 5 CANADIAN CITIES

FROM SEPT. 1970 THRU JULY 1971 BY STATES OF ORIGIN

Carlots rail include boat Truck & boat converted to earlot equivalents on basis 500 boxes.
Cits FLORIDA I CALIF. I ARIZ. TEXAS I MEX. I OTHER TOTAL
Cities Rail IRail IRail IRail Rail IRail I Rail
Truck I Truck I Truck I Truck Truckl Truck Truck


Albany, N.Y.
Atlanta, Ga.
Baltimore, Md.
Birmingham, Ala.
Boston, Mass.
Buffalo, N.Y.
Chicago, Ill.
Cincinnati, 0.
Cleveland, 0.
Columbia, S.C.
Dallas, Tex.
Denver, Colo.
Detroit, Mich.
Fort Worth, Tex.
Houston, Tex.
Indianapolis, Ind.
Kansas City, Mo.
Los Angeles, Cal.
Louisville, Ky.
Memphis, Tenn.
Miami, Florida
Milwaukee, Wise.
Mnpls-St.Paul,Minn.
Nashville, Tenn.
New Orleans, La.
N.Y.C.-Newark, N.J.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Portland, Ore.
Providence, R.I.
St. Louis, Mo.
Salt Lake City, U.
San Antonio, Tex.
San Fran-Oakland,Cal.
Seattle-Tacoma, Wash.
Washington, D. C.


83

254
27
108
-52
19


138


1

1
2





2269

547
110

1
12



8
32


178 2
353
312 19
152 -
669 61
249 21
718 74
400 8
562 38
135 2
9
132
840 26
2 -
1 -
167
372
727
194 1
65
632 2
187 1
239 2
8 -
141
2024 120
33
890 52
468 16
84 8
219 2
282 2
28

324
227 4
470 24


3
15
3
11
1

32
22
22
8
42
76
2
12
16
42
43
654
15
11
19
13
43
3
27
9
14
2

101
2
38
52
19
400
109
9


13
1
3

2
1

3
9
1

1
1

7
232
6
4
1
1
1




1

6
3
25
37


S 6 2 187
14 5 395
4 108 320
17 2 183
23 29 357 699
48 249
1 318 193 1070
4 118 1 67 542
8 97 65 681
- 6 146
600 3 663
379 1 589
7 100 2 200 944
102 117
143 2 163
1 85 2 294
255 2 679
2 573 12 3 2198
27 1 3 243
72 152
- -2 651
42 1 1 244
11 244 1 13 528
4 1 16
49 217
37 2 2391 2072
153 200
6 607 898
3 139 468
107 3 24 296
3 221
117 188 1 131 515
217 300
116 26 161
25 229 3 25 981
105 27 478
S 8 58 487


TOTAL


3664 12493 485 1890


Montreal, Que., Can.# 1207 107 2
Ottawa, Ont., Can.# 163 8 5
Toronto, Ont., Can.# 29 1275 79 2
Vancouver, D.C. Can. 40 104 23 76
Winnipeg, Man., Can. 22 98 11 21
TOTAL 91 2847 228 106


132 359 202 4444 61 4483 19247

39 11 21 25 182 1230
1 1 2 5 6 16 175
2 1 9 6 1 3 1 8 121 1295
6 5 124 2 74 306
6 67 3 39 189
48 2 33 218 1 8 31 14 432 3195


#Others by Origin: TRUCK UNITED STATES: None. CANADA: OTTAWA S. Africa 6; Toronto -
S. Africa 8.
RAIL UNITED STATES: None. CANADA: Montreal Cuba 6, Israel 4, South Africa 15; Ottawa -
Israel 5; Toronto Israel 1.






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UNLOADS RAIL & TRUCK. -TANGENFS Al U. S CITIES & 5 CANADIAN CITIES

FROM SEPT. 1970 THRU JULY 1971. BY STATES OF ORIGIN

Carlots rail include T k & bot converted to carlot euvalent basis 500 bo
FLORIDA I CALF. ARIZ. TE. i MEX. I OTHER I TOTAL
Cities Rail Rail Rail Rail Rail. Rail Rail
Truck Truck I Truck TrTrck I Truck Truck Truck Truck


Albany, N.Y.
Atlanta, Ga.
Baltimore, Md.
Birmingham, Ala.
Boston, Mass.
Buffalo, N.Y.
Chicago, Ill.
Cincinnati, 0.
Cleveland, O.
Columbia, S.C.
-Dallas, Tex.
Denver, Colo.
Detroit, Mich.
Fort Worth, Tex.
Houston, Tex.
Indianapolis, Ind.
Kansas City, Mo.
Los Angeles, Cal.
Louisville, Ky.
Memphis, Tenn.
Miami, Florida
Milwaukee, Wise.
Mnpls-St.Paul, Minn.
Nashville, Tenn.
New Orleans, La.
N.Y.C.-Newark
Oklahoma,City, 0.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Portland, Ore.
Providence, R.I.
St. Louis, Mo.
Salt Lake City, U.
San Antonio, Tex.
San Fran-Oakland
Seattle-Tacoma,Wash.
Washington, D.C.


37 -
103 1
9 115 -
S 54 12
16 211 4
6 61 -
19 145 9 8
14 54 5
1 130 1
2 75 -
11 20
"1 18
7 '158 1 -
1 3
1 24
38 1
40 9
1 248
2 45 2
20 13
110 -
38 1
26 32
2
31 10
279 497 1
5
76 183 3
26 119 1
1 36
1 15 -
2 25 2 2
25

91
30
2 70 -


1









1-

- 5

- 3
- 1






3

2




- 1
- -


3- -
3 -

1 24 -
4 -

1 22 -
15 -

23 -
43 -
1 122 -
20 -

15 -
1- -
15 -
18 -
4 -
15 -

3 -
1 4 -
5 -
9 40 -
2
24 -
20 -


11 67 -

41 -


5 -


TOTAL 462 2417 22 599 7 96 17 26 679 517 3808

Montreal, Que., Can. 134 2 2 3 4 137
Ottawa, Ont., Can. 13 1 2 8 3 21
Toronto, Ont., Can. 3 186 7 11 20 72 41 258
Vancouver, B. C., Can. -
Winnipeg, Man., Can. 4 2 2 16 1 24

TOTAL 3 337 9 2 2 11 2 24 99 49 440


TABLE 11


37
107
9 119
66
27 235
6 65
31 282
15 82
1 146
2 75
79
64
9 281
7
54
46
68
309
2 51
48
110
42
1 65
2
51
289 537
12
79 207
27 139
1 36
1 16
15 95
26
43
101
S 30
2 75






17 -

IUNLOASIL & TRUCK MIXED CITRUS 41 U. S. CITIES & 5 CANADIAN CITIES

FROM SEPT. 1970 THRU JULY 1971 BY STATES OF ORIGIN


Carlots rail include b9at Truck & boat converted to carrot ulvalents on bAsis 500 boxes.
FLORIDA CALIF. IARZ. I TE. MEX. I OTHER I TOTAL
Cities Rail !Rail Rail Rail IRail IRail IRail
Truck I Truck I Truck I Truck l Truck Truck I Truck


Albany, N.Y.
Atlanta, Ga. 2
Baltimore, Md. 75
Birmingham, Ala.
Boston, Mass. 96
Buffalo, N.Y. 21
Chicago, Ill. 56
Cincinnati, 0. 58
Cleveland, 0. 3
Columbia, S.C. 4
Dallas, Texas
Denver, Colo.
Detroit, Mich. 22
Fort Worth, Tex.
Houston, Tex.
Indianapolis, Ind.
Kansas City, Mo.
Los Angeles, Calif.
Louisville, Ky. 9
Memphis, Tenn.
Miami, Florida
Milwaukee, Wise.
Mnpls-St.Paul, Minn.
Nashville, Tenn.
New Orleans, La.
N.Y.C.-Newark, N.J. 633
Oklahoma City, 0.
Philadelphia, Pa. 162
Pittsburgh, Pa. 118
Portland, Ore.
Providence, R.I.
St. Louis, Mo. 2
San Antonio, Tex.
San Fran-Oakland, Cal. -
Seattle-Tacoma, Wash. -
Washington, D.C. 65


20 -
2
1 -



5
- 1



3



3 -
- 85


24




25 -
2


TOTAL 1326 182 462 148. 48 1 59 12 2 1896 445

Montreal, Que., Can. 7 -
Ottawa, Ont., Can. 6 1 7 -
Toronto, Ont., Can. 7 14
Vancouver, B.C., Can. 2 2 4 8 1 1 3 1
Winnipeg, Man., Can. 2 4 6 1 15 10

TOTAL 2 4 14 14 3 1 4 19 24


TABLE 12


- 26
. - 106 -
- 106 -

154
44 -
1 148 -
S60 -
S 30

- 5

..- 49
- 0 -



- 0 -



. 20 1
S 2 336
- 1
- 707 -
. 48
S 182
S- 169

S 14 -
S 42


- -0
. 90 -





TABLE 13


vlnTt nl WiRITT'1' P~~l.. JZV WRFLq -


110-71 SEASON


BOXES


WEEN I
ENDING RAPEPRUi ORANGES TEMPLES MURCOTTS TANGELOS TANGERINES


1970
Sept. 27
Oct. 4
11
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27
1971
Jan. 3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May. 2
9
16
23
30
June 6
13
20
27
July 4
11
Is
18
25
Aug. 1
8
15
22
29


55,985
1178;689
305,083
500,271
552,919
805,605
919,921
1,064,598
1,182,607
777,740
981,643
889,775
789,890
477,275

681,925
930,662
1,179,427
1,130,617
1,027,883
1,003,495
973,825
1,270,134
1,455,615
1,604,721
1,729,121
1,535,807
1,264,960
829,527
405,231
407,170
298,086
209,699
187,894
120,087
67,084
45,765
33,281
16,141
9,787
8,381
9,985
4,086
2,226
995
743
211
352
115
429


541
21,241
146,391
236,375
278,435
318,674
470,381
855,033
900,417
3,474,454
4,597,817
5,219,260
3,045,589

5,379,372
5,308,954
5,812,938
6,165,508
7,649,478
6,692,961
5,199,937
5,485,065
4,213,058
3,541,705
3,077,170
2,156,943
2,541,483
2,540,119
2,199,504
2,792,271
3,965,184
4,563,684
4,630,543
3,950,346
4,430,508
4,148,510
3,612,256
3,170,237
2,559,140
1,410,421
873,306
243,790
166,090
61,745
24,019
9,973
5,133
4,456
943


1,516
3,060
21,175
7,905

36,271
119,078
145,037
181,465
158,694
226,664
239,529
327,617
315,179
269,423
213,605
151,434
109,333
59,192
47,320
34,863
25,412
14,311
9,730
2,553
3,024
3,543
2,907
4,728
4,511
8,277
3,819
6,382
2,318
2,003
1,719
310
-


1,006
5,054
6,582
1,933
1,354
2,915
1,395
3,297
46,703
59,211
88,562
85,675
87,969
84,213
57,699
37,126
26,826
9,703
5,222
6,575
2,895
1,295
941
1,563
1,148
39
1,482
1.,2286-
570;
124:
385-
294


1,461
2,376
7,569
5,954
9,105
29,239
81,902
106,299
76,909
58,664
116,504
113,616
81,588
40,707

34,883
32,295
48,146
59,382
41,099
18,178
29,075
27,855
23,146
27,471
8,849
2,879
3,492
2,703
49
196
792
353
267
142
125


839
3,121
3,057
10,966
25,412
61,873
99,616
58,054
117,490
162;587
169,986
65,471

36,602
87,612
75,597
39,162
4,403
5,034
4,342
2,443
1,802
172
1,369
'690
450
394
14


TOTALS 27,927,468 128,151,078 2,766,927 630,984 1.093,270 1,038,557

Made available
through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Marketing Agreement Committee, Lakeland, Florida.


- 18 -








FRESH CITRUS PLORIDA EXPORTS

BY WEEKS 1970-71 SEASON
Standard Box Basis -

I EXPORTS
Week I
Ending I Commercial o n vern ent

I GRAPEFRUIT I ORANGES I GRAPEFRUIT ORANGES


1970
Aug. 9
Sept.27
Oct. 4
11
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27
1971
Jan. 3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May 2
9
16
23
30
June 6
13
20
27
July 4
11
18
25
31


4,685
10,840
9,464
12,236
28,351
20,548
14,714
15,312
11,173
14,027
5,553
13,160
13,918
7,887

2,450
12,816
11,400
43,702

19,979
11,688
15,270
24,190
20,383
25,588
9,936
10,985
5,397
3,800
21,785
15,875
4,415
1,800
4,500
300


1,382


1,037

1,615
2,667
1,700
4,935
2,830
1,640
2,553
151
989
1,204

1,294
1,045
726
430

750
2,624
1,260
2,700
1,376
183
2,858
5,308
3,083

16,078
2,670
7,257
9,049
8,490
7,913
5,562
3,949
2,022
1,720
1,800
7,130
5,490
5,966
8,599
2,440


1,833
600


1,009
862
772
774

2,056


480
350
2,104
380

100
2,225
260
940
280
320
1,468
635
680
540
440


1,305
971
970
17,389
9,263
12,902
8,535
8,821
9,933
13,289
10,230

12,261
380
2,040
430

8,990
4,140
760
603
518
1,180
1,708
1,632
1,671
903
523

400
1,336



-,


TOTALS 448,127 142,475 19,108 133,083


Made available
Inspection Citrus


TABLE 14


- 19 -


through the courtesy of the State


Office, Winter Haven, Florida.






TABLE 15


20 -
UNITgD STATES EXPORTS OF FRESH ORANGES BY MONTHS

JULY 1970 thru JUNE 1971


70 lb. Boxes
COUNTRY I I I I I
YEAR JULY AUGUST I SEPTEMBER OCTOBER I NOVEMBER | DECEMBER
1970
Bahamas 1,241 966 1,088 1,002 478
Belgium-Luxembourg 8,790 4,147 -
Bermuda 94 62 85 146
Canada 230,316 238,479 234,004 186,870 265,473 397,350
Denmark 3,240 5,429 5,221 -
France 48,973 25,931 6,654 -
French Pac. Islands 930 2,372 1,623 1,399 1,979 849
French West Indies 57 120 -
Germany, Ea st -
Hong Kong 221,972 138;588 141,282 101,901 29,905 66,963
Ireland 2,160 -
Japan 15,507 13,256 11,134 2,077 15,904 12,650
Malaysia 1,951 -
Mexico 1,239 2,917 3,666 5,318 1,635 -
Nansei Islands 28,719 12,675 1,367 217 454
Netherlands 174,096 190,791 54,577 961 -
Netherlands, Antilles 50 100 271 868 687
Norway 23,428 12,385 899 -
Philippines 163 1,579 423 387 116
Singapore 21,234 4,601 4,246 266 135
Sweden 4,344 3,534 675 -
United Kingdom 29,119 12,366 4,799 -
New Zealand -
Others 11,452 7,906 598 414 1,083 260
TOTALS 870,285 671,699 476,463 300,852 318,151 470,088


COUNTRY I I I I
YEAR JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY JUNE
1971
Bahamas 40 827 3,381 2,738 1,660 1,515
Belgium-Luxembourg 1,881 6,480 4,465
Bermuda 40 476 262 353 307
Canada 446,165 481,303 553,508 474,756 471,647 352,905
Denmark 10,462 9,609 3,964
France 3,297 1,057 35,872 44,071 29,730
French Pac. Islands 1,271 480 1,738 635 649 634
French West Indies 46 -
Germany, EAST -
Hong Kong 118,395 86,427 160,791 159,177 173,385 174,444
Mexico 286 674
Japan 7,960 6,249 15,765 24,120 11,982 20,444
Malaysia 2,198 990
Nansei Islands 2,787 10,900 15,471 19,764 18,455 10,018
Netherlands 50,814 152,224 215,523
Netherlands, Antilles 1,031 338 1,059 493 60
Norway 7,126 13,951 17,294
Philippines 145 -
Singapore 3,260 455 9,511 13,400 10,434 10,299
Sweden 1,080 4,500 3,150
United Kingdom 10,966 13,649 36,284
New Zealand 21,600 26,980 18,900 35,410 -
Others 415 58 483 2.474 4.796 1,954
TOTALS 602,964 617,314 781,226 854,480 938,383 984,654
*Includes Ireland


Foreign Agricultural Service, U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, Washington, D. C.






TABLE 15


21 -
UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF FRFSH GRAPEFRUIT BY MONTHS
JULY 1970 thru JUNE 1971


80 lb. Boxes

COUNTRY JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER
YEAR I I I I

Australia 314 419 2,128
Bahamas 297 81 1127 131
Belgium-Luxembourg 427 21
Bermuda 101 28 60 49 -
Canada 79,764 75,814 66,650 245,096 225,323 276,280
Denmark 3,538 -
Finland 1 002 211 -
France 14,145 21,763 1,446 22,117 13,362 9,526
Germany, East 2,437 3,447 -
Germany, West 10,911 2,314 1,183 1,480 4,192 2,189
Hong Kong 3,342 389 105 2,845 607 70
Ireland -
Japan 4,671 4,175 1,394 4,411 8,400 4,556
Mexico 188 -
Nansei Islands, NEC -
Netherlands 25,134 31,869 7,013 5,268 2,994 1,437
Netherlands, Antilles 75
Norway 1,236 907 80 81 65
Philippines -
Singapore 643 369 149 236
Sweden 598 525 1,832 894 489
Switzerland -
United Kingdom 2,979 427 210 -
Others 9 773 422 2975 3,587 6.016
TOTALS 143,602 149,079 79,773 287,076 260,069 303,219


COUNTRY I JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY JUNE
YEAR I
1971
Australia 1,056 1,054 -
Bahamas 144 391 643 443 135
Belgium-Luxembourg 211 422 1,144
Bermuda -
Canada 331,383 180,843 287,074 218,343 131 595 104,633
Denmark 844 813 537 807
Finland "
France 16,585 19,585 29,536 19,107 2,815 -
Germany, East -- 1,503 14,522
Germany, West 975 788 12,381 2,395 15,044 -
Hong Kong 677 421 211 281 352 319
Ireland -
Japan 3,176 4,832 5,162 8,372 13,272 17,040
Mexico 150 830
Nansei Islands NEC 133 226 -
Netherlands -422 219 620 7,145 2,637
Netherlands, Antilles 108 161 218 -
Norway 74 714
Philippines -
Singapore 2,382 123 2,067
Sweden 1,216 813 643 -
Switzerland -
United Kingdom 393 7,811 807 -
Others 10,756 10,453 6.629 18 9 604 6.135
TOTAL 361,387 220,937 341,634 262,788 183,165 149,462

Foreign Agricultural Service, U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, Washington D. C.






TABLE 15


22 -

SUNITED STATES EXPORTS OF FRESH TANGERKNES & CLEMENTINES --BY MONTHS

JULY 1970 thru JUNE 1971


70 lb. Boxes


COUNTRY I I I I I
YEAR I JULY I AUGUST I SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER

1970
Bahamas 98
Bermuda -
Canada 1,064 4,998 102,717 98,669
French Pac. Islands -
Hong Kong 260 50 168 592 -
Japan 5,431
Jordan -
Korea -
Mexico -
Netherlands -
Venezuela -
Others 157 322
TOTALS 417 50 1,064 5,166 103,409 104,520



COUNTRY AARY I MARCH
__ YEAR JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH I APRIL I MAY I JUNE
1971
Bahamas 74 191 94
Bermuda 147
Canada 70,885 16,307 22,704- 276
French Pac. Islands 42
Hong Kong 729 250
Japan 265 543
Jordan -
Korea -
Mexico -
Netherlands -
Venezuela -
Others 187 1.704 43 204
TOTALS 71,411 18,011 22,746 963 526 488




Belgium-Luxembourg, France, Netherlands Antilles, Norway, Phillipines, Sweden & Barbados,- None.


Foreign Agricultural Service, U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, Washington, D. C.






- 23 -


UNITED STATES: Total Orange Production _By States
Census Year, 1889, 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919-1970


Crop Year CALIF# FLA# TEX# ARIZ# ALA# I LA# MISS# | TOTAL#

-THOUSAND BOXES-


11


9
5
5
10
6

7

17
12
41
85
125

56

261
250
520
325
430

357

650
777
2,000
1,440
2,815

1,536

2,360
2,650
2.850


S33'
11 I/ -
33- 1


77


75


20
82
82
190
225

120
2
130
75
110
85

80

212
3
80
120
3


53 37


149 30


1919
1920
1921
1922
1923



1924
1925
1926
1927
1928



1929
1930
1931
1932
1933



1934
1935
1936
1937
1939


8,000
9,400
8,400
10,900
13,700

10,080

11 300
10.200
11,000
9,500
16,500

11,700

9,800
19,200
14,200
16,400
17,900

15,500

17,600
18,000
22,100
26.200
33,300

23,440

28,000
31,300
29,300


4,392
6,167
19,530


24,809
33,385
22,668
32,569
38,300

30,346

29,960
34,755
39,635
32,736
56,218

38,661

31,829
55,060
49,902
51,615
47,174

47,116

63,988
52,073
54,538
74,285
78,531

64,682

75,742
85,510
85,163


Continued Page 24


TABLE 16


1,245
5,882
14,440


16,632
23,711
14,021
21,283
24,153

19,972

18,506
24,200
28,252
22,737
39,159

26,571

21,195
35,179
34,658
34,265
28,439

30,747

45,047
32,809
20,827
45,914
41,420

39,003

44,425
50,779
52,155


Average


Average


Average


3,147
273
4,888


282 74 294 53


145 84 248 35


Average


1939
1940
1941


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UNITED STATES: Total Orange Production By States Continued
Census Year, 1889, 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919-1970


Crop I I I I I I I I
Year I CALIF., I FLA.# I TEX.# I ARIZ.#I ALA.# I LA.#I MISS.#| TOTAL#
.Continued I I 1I I I|


1942
1943
Average
1944
1945
1946
1947
1948

Average

1949
1950
1951
1952
1953

Average
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958

Average
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963

Average

1964
1965
1966
1967
1968 2/

Average
1969 2/
1970 6/


Thou s and Boxe s-
44,329 41,400 2,550 730 340 89,349
51,961 49,800 3,550 1,100 240 106,651
48,730 35,960 2,792 732 16 250 12 88,492
60,500 4/48,800 4,400 1,150 360 113,210
44,010 54,000 4,800 1,210 330 104,350
53,530 3/58,400 5,000 1,200 410 118,540
45,830 62,400 5,200 780 300 114,510
37,010 62,700 3,400 710 300 104,120

48,176 56,860 4,560 1,010 340 110,946

41,860 63,500 1,760 985 370 108,745
45,210 4/72,100 2,700 1,400 300 121,710
38,410 3/83,100 300 730 50 122,590
46,030 77,100 1,000 900 50 125,080
32,400 4/96,300 900 1,170 100 130,870

40,782 78,420 1,332 1,037 174 121,745
39,420 4/93,500 1,500 1,130 175 135,725
38,370 _/95,700 1,600 1,150 195 137,015
35,900 4/97,800 1,600 1,290 115 136,705
23,200 84,600 2,000 1,250 205 111,255
40,200 90,500 2,300 610 220 133,830

35,418 92,420 1,800 1,086 182 130,906

31,200 94,300 2,700 1.500 260 129,960
25,000 91,600 3,500 1,160 275 121,535
20,400 117,400 2,300 1,440 255 141,795
5/28,800 74,500 40 1,560 15 104,915
j/32,000 58,300 240 2,200 15 92,755

27,480 87,220 1,756 1,572 164 118,192

./31,600 5/86,200 880 2,420 8 121,108
./36,850 100,400 1,300 2,600 / 141,150
37,400 139,500 2,800 3,910 183,610
19,150 100,500 1,800 3,120 124,570
44,300 129,700 4,500 5,380 / 183,880

33,860 111,260 2,256 3,486 2 150,864
39,000 137,700 4,200 4,760 - 185,660
39,000 142,800 6,200 3,500 191,500


6 Preliminary
# Includes small quantities of Tangerines prior to the 1964-65 Season. *Negligible.
1/ Too small production to estimate.
/ Revised.
SIncludes economic abandonment: Early & Midseason 900,000 boxes.
Tangerines 800,000 Boxes
/ Includes economic abandonment: Tangerines 1944-45 season, 150,000 boxes
1950-51 season, 200,000 boxes; 1951-52 season, 400,000 boxes; 1953-54
season 500,000 boxes; 1954-55 season, 200,000 boxes; 1955-56 season,
200,000 boxes; 1956-57 season, 200,00 boxes; 1964 season 150,000 boxes.
5/ Includes economic abandonment: Oranges 1962, 330,000 boxes; 1963, 550,000 boxes; 1964
500,000 boxes; 1965, 600,000 boxes.

U. S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service.


TABLE 16





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UNITE STATES: Total Grapefruit Production By States
Census Year, 1889, 1899, 1909 & early 1919-1970

Crop Year FLA. TEX. CALIF. ARIZ. TOTAL

-THOUSAND BOXES-


10
12
1/1,062


18
123


10
31
1,186


1889
1899
1909


1919
1920
1921
1922
1923



1924
1925
1926
1927
1928



1929
1930
1931
1932
1933


15,900
24,600
19,200


14,400
13,650
14,500


1,992
1,983
3,181


2,900
2,650
3,380


35,192
42,883
40,261


Continued Page 26


TABLE 17


5,900 3 363 29 6,295
5,800 5 395 34 6,234
6,700 8 360 35 7,103
7,800 35 394 60 8,289
8,500 65 363 95 9,023

5,940 23 375 51 7,389

8,900 301 387 105 9,693
7,600 200 600 150 8,550
8,600 361 672 120 9,753
7,500 524 720 176 8,920
11,300 753 972 211 13,236

8,780 428 670 152 10,030

8,300 1.550 1,000 365 11,215
15 800 1,200 1,290 400 18,699
10,700 2,600 1,431 450 15,181
11,600 1,440 1,350 614 15,004
10,900 1,200 1,772 800 14,672

11,460 1,598 1,36C 526 14,952

15,200 2,740 2,167 1,240 21,347
11,500 2,780 2.267 1,800 18,347
18,100 9,630 1,540 1,400 30,670
14,600 11,840 1,943 2,750 31,133
23,300 15,670 1,924 2,700 43,594

16,540 8,532 1,969 1,970 29.019


Average


Average


Average


1934
1935
1936
1937
1938



1939
1940
1941


Average





TABLE 17


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UNITED STATES: Total Grapefruit Production By States Continued
Census Year, 1889, 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919-1970

I I I I I
Crop PFLA. TEX. CALIF. I ARIZ 1 TOTAL
Year Continued I I I

-Thousand Boxes-


1942
1943
Average

1944
1945
1946 3/
1947
1948

Average

1949
1950
1951 3/ 1/
1952 -/
1953 32/

Average
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
Average
1959
1960
1961 3/
1962 1/ 1/
1963 3/ T/
Average

1964 ~/
1965 3/
1966
1967
1968

Average

1969 2/
1970 Preliminary


27,300
31,000


17,510
17,710


3 071
3,300


2,600
4,080


50,481
56,090


23,600 15,554 2,705 3,122 44,981

22,300 22,300 3,830 3,750 52,180
32,000 24,000 3,350 4,100 63,450
29,000 23,300 3,120 4,100 59,520
33,000 23,200 2,430 3,000 61,630
30,200 11,300 2,150 1,880 45,530

29,300 20,820 2,976 3,366 56,462

24,200 6,400 2,500 3,400 36,500
33,200 7,500 2,730 3,150 46,580
36,000 200 2,160 2,140 40,500
32,500 400 2,460 3,000 38,360
42,000 1,200 2,500 2,670 48,370

33,580 3:140 2,470 2,872 42,062

34,580 2,500 2,420 2,470 42,190
38,300 2,200 2,510 2,370 45,380
37,400 2,800 2,410 2,180 44,790
31,100 3,500 2,400 2,780 39,780
35,200 4,200 2,530 1,870 43,800
35,360 3,040 2,508 2,334 43,242
3,500 5,200 2,700 3,220 41,620
31,600 6,800 2,640 2,260 43,300
35,000 2,700 2,740 2,270 42,710
30,000 70 2,500 2,170 34,740
26,300 500 4,200 3,210 34,210
30,680 3,054 2,956 2,626 39,316

31,900 2,000 4,230 2,900 41,030
34,900 3,800 4,950 3,050 46,700
43,600 5,600 5,000 1,680 55,880
32,900 2,800 4,618 3,740 44,058
39,900 6,700 5,060 2,510 54,170
36,640 4,180 4,771 2,776 48,367


37,400
42,900


8,100
10,100


5,250
5,100


3,160
2,500


53,910
60,600


S500 Boxes of less
/ Revised
3 Includes economic abandonment
1946-47 season 2,600,000 boxes seedless 800,000 others 1,800,000):
1951-52 season 3,000,000 boxes seedless 500,000 others 2,500,000:
1953-54 season 1,300,000 boxes seedless 300,000 others 1,000,000):
1961 season Florida 200,000 boxes (seedless 100,000 others 100,000):
Arizona 100,000 boxes; Calif. 120,000 boxes;
1962 season Calif 2,000 boxes;
1963 season Calif 3,000 boxes;
1964 season Calif. 3,000 boxes; 1965 season Calif. 5,000 boxes.

U. S. Department of Agriculture Statistical Reporting Service.





TABLE 18


SEGREGATED TANGELOS, TEMPLES,


PRODUCTION FLORIDA ORANGES


OTHER EARLY &


MID-SEASON, VALENCIAS & TANGERINES


I II I I I
Crop Year TANGELOS TEMPLES I EARLY & VALENCIAS TANGERINES I TOTAL
I MID-SEASON I I PRODUCTION
1951-52 1,700 42,100 34,800 3/ 4,500 83,100
1952-53 1,700 40,600 29,900 4,900 77,100
1953-54 2,200 48,000 41,000 3/ 5,000 96,300
1954-55 2,500 49,500 36,400 / 5,100 93,500
1955-56 235 2,800 48,700 39,500 3/ 4,700 95,935
1956-57 320 2,700 51,600 38,700 3/ 4,800 98,120
1957-58 350 1,500 51,200 29,800 2,100 84,950
1958-59 300 3,000 44,100 38,900 4,500 90,800
1959-60 550 3,900 45,100 42,500 2,800 94,850
1960-61 500 4,000 47,000 35,700 4,900 92,100
1961-62 1,000 4,600 52,300 56,500 4,000 118,400
1962-63 750 2,000 43,500 29,000 2,000 77,250
1963-64 900 3,400 24,400 30,500 3,600 62,800
1964-65 1,000 3,800 42,600 39,800 3,900 91,100
1965-66 1,200 4,500 47,000 48,900 3,600 105,200
1966-67 1,800 5,000 73,200 66,300 5,600 151,900
1967-68 1,700 4,500 51,400 49,100 2,800 109,500
1968-69 2/ 1,800 4,500 69,700 60,000 3,400 139,400
1969-70 7/ 2,500 5,200 72,900 64,800 3,000 148,400
1970-71 1/ 2,700 5,000 82,200 60,600 ,'3.700 154,200
1/ July estimate. 2/ Revised. 3/ Includes Government purchases & abandonment for economic
reasons: 1950-51 200,000 boxes; 1951-52 400,000 boxes; 1953-54 500,000 boxes; 1955-56 200,000
boxes; 1956-57 200,000 boxes.
PRODUCTION FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT
SEEDLESS and "OTHER"


Crop Year S e e d l e s s I I t TOTAL GRAPEFRUIT
op ar White Pink TOTAL Seedy (Others) PRODUCTION

-Thousand Boxes-
1951-52 -- 17,700 18,300 3/36,300
1952-53 -- 17,100 15,400 32,500
1953-54 21,900 20,100 3/42,000
1954-55 15,800 4,700 20,500 14,300 34,800
1955-56 15,600 5,000 20,600 17,700 38,300
1956-57 15,500 6,100 21,600 15,800 37,400
1957-58 12,600 5,000 17,600 13,500 31,100
1958-59 14,000 5,600 19,600 15,600 35,200
1959-60 13,400 6,700 20,100 10,400 30,500
1960-61 11,900 7,300 19,200 12,400 31,600
1961-62 14,800 9,000 23,800 11,200 35,000
1962-63 12,500 7,500 20,000 10,000 30,000
1963-64 12,100 7,600 19,700 6,600 26,300
1964-65 13,000 8,700 21,700 10,200 31,900
1965-66 14,400 9,300 23,700 11,200 34,900
1966-67 18,600 11,500 30,100 13,500 43,600
1967-68 14,300 9,400 23,700 9,200 32,900
1968-69 2/ 17,000 10,700 27,700 12,200 39,900
1969-70 2 17,700 10,200 27,900 9,500 37,400
1970-71 20,200 10,900 31,100 11,800 42,900

1/ July estimate. 2/ Revised.
./ Includes Governmett purchases for economic reasons: 1951-52 season 3,000,000 boxes (seed-
less 500,000 boxes, others 2,500,000); 1953-54 season 1,300,000 bOxes (seedless 300,000 others
1,000,000); 1961 season 200,000 boxes (seedless 100,000 others 100,000).

U. S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service.


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PRODUCTION AND UTILIZATION FLORIDA CITRUS
CROPS OF 1966-67 to 1969-70. INCLUSIVE


TOTAL tion UTILIZATION O F SALES
CROP PRO-
DUCT- IFor I I Shipped Out Of State
SEASON ION Farm I ITotal I Rail I I I I
I /3/ House I Sold Fresh I Total I Includ-I BoatlTruckl Intra ITotal
SHold I Sales I I ing Ex-1 I I State IProcessed
I Use I I I I press I I I Sales I
Thousand Box e s2/


ALL ORANGES (Excluding
1966-67 139,500
1967-68 100,500
1968-69 129,700
1969-70 5/ 137,700
Early & Midseason
1966-67 73,200
1967-68 51,400
1968-69 69,700
1969-70 5/ 72,900
Valencias
1966-67 66,300
1967-68 49,100
1968-69 60,000
1969-70 5/ 64,800
TANGERINES
1966-67 5,600
1967-68 2,800
1968-b9 3,400
1969-70 ./ 3,000
ALL GRAPEFRUIT
1966-67 43,600
1967-68 32,900
1968-69 39,900
1969-70 5/ 37,400
SeedleU
1966-67 30,100
1967-68 23,700
1968-69 27,700
1969-70 5/ 27,900
Other than Seedless
1966-67 13,500
1967-68 9,200
1968-69 12,200
1969-70 5/ 9,500
Temples
1966-67 5,000
1967-68 4,500
1968-69 4,500
1969-70 5/ 5,200
TANGELOS
1966-67 1,800
1967-68 1,700
1968-69 1,800
1969-70 5/ 2,500
LIMES
1966-67 420
1967-68 720
1968-69 700
1969-70 5/ 725


Temples)
750 138,750
750 99,750
750 128,950
650 137,050

400 72,800
400 51,000
400 69,300
350 72,550

350 65,950
350 48,750
350 59,650
300 64,500

70 5,530
70 2,730
55 3,345
50 2,950

180 43,420
180 32,720
175 39,725
170 37,230

130 29,970
130 23,570
130 23,570
130 27,770

50 13,450
50 9,150
45 12,155
40 9,460

50 4,950
50 4,450
50 4,450
50 5,150

15 1,785
15 1,685
15 1,785
15 2,485


17,126
16,346
12,554
12,613

9,671
8,991
7,467
7,141

7,455
7,355
5,087
5,472

2,962
2,064-
2,272
2,333

17,101
11-.522
13,892
14,092

15,828
13,716
13,125
13,573

1,273
806
767
519

2,952
2,751
2,053
2,773
1,279
1,400
1,199
1,382


12,480
11,689
8,440
8,721

7,102
6,425
5,131
4,961

5,378
5,264
3,309
3,760

2,654
1,74-9
1,990
2,082

14,956
12,553
12,367
12,533

14,261
12,206
11,920
12,253
695
347
447
280

2,464
2,315
1,647
2,295

1,013
1,140
971
1,107


j,4/
A/

A/'
A/'
A/ A
A /

609
9^ ^
A/A
S4/

4,982 69
A/ A
A/A


A4/
A4
Al.
4








2,045
A/ 1
4/






9,905
Al
A'





a/
4




4/
A/





4/
2,045
A,
A'


4/
9,905
A'


4/

4/


4,646
4,657
4,114
3,892
2,569
2,566
2,336
2,180

2,077
2,091
1,778
1,712
308
315
282
251

2,145
1,969
, 525
1,559

1,567
1,510
1,205
1,320


578 12,177
459 8,344
320 11,388
239 8,941

488 1,998
436 1,699
406 2,397
478 2,377

266 406
260 285
228 586
275 1,103

./ 147
4l 377
A 320
4 351


415 268
715 338
695 375
720 369


Note 1970-71 Season figures not available at time of Summary Release.

I/ "Total Production" and "Production of Value" are the same for each season. 2/ Net content of
box of Fla. Oranges & Tangerines 90 lbs; Grapefruit 85 lbs; Limes 80 lbs. 3/ Includes economic
abandonment. A/ Not Available. 5/ Preliminary.
U. S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service.


121,624
83,404
116,396
124,437

63,129
42,009
61,833
65,409

58,495
41,395
54,563
59,028

1,068
666
1,073
617

26,319
18,198
25,833
23,138

14,142
9,854
14,445
14,197


TABLE 19


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PRODUCTION & UTILIZATION CALIFORNIA CITRUS

CROPS OF 1966-67 to 1969-70. INCLUSIVE


SEASON

I


TOTAL
PRO-
DUCT-
ION
1/3/


ALL ORANGES
1966-67 37,400
1967-68 19,150
1968-69 / 44,300
1969-70 4/ 39,200
Navels & Miscellaneous
1966-67 17,400
1967-68 9,150
1968-69 18,600
1969-70 4/ 21,200
Valencias
1966-67 20,000
1967-68 10,000
1968-69 _/ 25,700
1969-70 4/ 18,000
ALL GRAPEFRUIT
1966-67 5,000
1967-68 4,618
1968-69 / 5,060
1969-70 /5,300
Desert Valleys
1966-67 2,700
1967-68 2,918
1968-69 / 3,260
1969-70 / 3,200
Other Areas
1966-67 2,300
1967-68 1,700
1968-69 6/ 1,800
1969-70 4/ 2,100
LEMONS
1966-67 15,100
1967-68 13,600
1968-69 / 12,300
1969-70 4/ 12,000
LEMONS ARIZONA
1966-67 2,810
1967-68 3,250
1968-69 3,510
1969-70 4/ 2,820


Pro-
duct-
ion
having
value
1/


FARM
nTIPOST TON


For
Farm
House
Hold
Use


SOLD I
I
I


UTILIZATION OF SALES


Fresh Sales


Total I
I
I


Packed ILoose
I
I


Thou s and Box e s 2/


36,650
19,050
44,125
39,044

16,950
9,100
18,525
21,144

19,700
9,950
25,600
17,900

4,974
4,594
5,045
5,286

2,690
2,910
3,255
3,196
2,284
1,684
1,790
2,090

15,090
13,585
12,290
11,990

2,806
3,245
3,505
2,813


150 36,500
100 19,050
175 43,950
156 38,888

75 16,875
50 9,050
75 18,450
56 21,088

75 19,625
50 9,900
100 25,500
100 17,800

22 4,852
24 4,570
15 5,030
14 5,272

6 2,684
8 2,902
5 3,250
4 3,192

16 2,168
16 1,668
10 1,780
10 2,080

10 15,080
15 13,570
10 12,280
10 11,980

4 2,802
5 3,240
5 3,500
7 2,806


26,650
11,640
26,190
25,989

14,590
5,530
14,190
15,949

12,060
6,110
12,000
10,040

2,945
2,820
2,545
2,825

1,365
1,780
1,485
1,525

1,580
1,040
1,060
1,300

8,240
8,070
7,500
7,5415

1,033
1,308
1,364
1,334


Note 1970-71 Season figures not available at time of Summary Release.


1/ Difference between "Total Production" and "Production having Value" include quantities to
charity or eliminated.
2/ Net content of box of Calif. Oranges considered to be 75 lbs; Grapefruit in Desert Valleys
64 lbs; in other areas 67 lbs; Lemons 76 lbs.
SIncludes economic abandonment.
Preliminary.
/Not Available.
Revised.


U. S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service.


I Total
I Pro-
S cessed


10,000
7,410
17,935
13,055

2,360
3,570
4,335
5,195

7,640
3,840
13,600
7,860

2,029
.1,774
2,500
2,461

1,325
1,130
1,770
1,671


6,850
5,515
4,790
4,445

1,773
1,937
2,141
1,479


I-S--------O


TABLE 20


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CROP







PRODUCTION & UTILIZATION TEXAS,_ARIZONA & LOUISIANA CITRUS

CROPS OF 1966-67 to 1969-70. INCLUSIVE

I I
STATE Total I FARM I UTILIZATION
CROP PRO- I DISPOSITION OF SALES
SEASON DUO- IFor Farm I
TION IHouse Sold Fresh I Total
1/ IHold ISales Processed
l Use
TH USAND BO XES 2/
TEXAS ORANGES. ALL
1966-67 2,700 40 2,660 1,790 870
1967-68 1,800 40 1,760 1,440 320
1968-69 4,500 50 4,450 2,120 2,330
1969-70 4/ 4,200 50 4,150 2,350 1,800
Early & Midseason 3/
1966-67 --
1967-68 -
1968-69 -
1969-70 -
Valencias 3/
1966-67 -
1967-68
1968-69 -
1969-70
GRAPEFRUIT
1966-67 5,400 80 5,320 3,960 1,360
1967-68 2,800 80 2,720 2,205 515
1968-69 6,700 80 6,620 4,510 2,110
1969-70 4/ 8,100 80 8,020 4,850 3,170
ARIZONA ORANGES. ALL
1966-67 3 910 22 3,888 2,315 1,573
1967-68 3,120 21 3,099 2,521 578
1968-69 5,380 24 5,356 3,379 1,977
1969-70 4/ 4,760 25 4,735 2,467 2,268
NAVELS & -ISCELLANEOUS
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
Valencias
1966-67 -
1967-68
1968-69 -
1969-70
GRAPEFRUIT, ALL
1966-67 1,680 15 1,665 935 730
1967-68 3,740 15 3,725 2,385 1,340
1968-69 2,510 17 2,493 1,433 1,060
1969-70 4/ 3,160 11 3,149 1,748 1,401
LOUISIANA ORANGES. ALL
1966-67 -
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
Note 1970-71 Season figures not available at time of Summary Release.

l/ "Total Production" and "Production having value" are the same each season.
2/ Net content of box of Oranges in Texas & Louisiana, 90 lbs; in Arizona 75 lbs.
Net content of box of Grapefruit in Texas 80 Ibs; in Arizona 64 lbs.
/ Utilization of Texas & Arizona Oranges by varieties, not available.
SPreliminary.

U. S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service.


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TABLE 21





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PRODUCTION AND UTILIZATION UNITED STATES

CITRUS CROPS OF 1966-67 to 1970-71. INCLUSIVE


I Production I
Total I
PRODUCTION Having
Value I
I /
I I


FARM DISPOSI
For
Farm
House
Hold
Use


:TION


Sold
I


UTILIZATION OF SALES
I
I
Fresh I Total
Sales I Processe
I


ORANGES
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


(Excluding Temples)


3/
3


1966-67
1967-68
1968-69 3/
1969-70 3/
1970-71 4/
TEMPLES -FLORIDA
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70 /
1970-71 j/
TANGELOS FLORIDA
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70 3/
1970-71 _4/
TANGERINES
1966-67 5/
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70 3/
1970-71 ~/

1966-67 5/
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70 3/
1970-71 I/
GRAPEFRUIT
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70 3/
1970-71 4/

1966-67
1967-68
1968-69 3/
1969-70 3/
1970-71 4/


Box Basis T1
182,910 182,910
124,570 124,570
183,880 183,880
185,660 185,860
191,500 6/
Ton Basis T1
7,926 8,146
5,439 4,440
7,902 7,859
8,035 7,996
8,299 6/
Box Basis -
5,000 5,000
4,500 4,500
4,500 4,500
5,200 5,200
5,000 6/
Box Basis -
1,700 1,700
1,700 1,700
1,800 1,800
2,500 2,500
2,700 6/
Box Basis Tl
4,900 4,900
3,510 3,510
4,210 4,138
3,980 3,912
4,700 6/
Ton Basis -
225 225
160 160
192 192
180 180
214 6/
Box Basis -
55,676 55,676
44,058 44,058
54,170 53,883
53,960 3,685
60,600 6/
Ton Basis T)
2,286 2,283
1,781 1,781
2,209 2,197
2,188 2,176
2,474 6/


thousand Boxes
962 1
911 1
999 1
881 1
&/
thousand Tons 2
45
41
43
39
6/
Thousand Boxe:
50
50
50
50
6/
Thousand Boxe
15
15
15
15
6/
lousand Boxes
83
84
72
68
6/
Thousand Tons
4
4


4
4
6/
Thousand Bo:
297
299
288
275
6/
thousand Tons
12
13
12
12
6/


2/
31,948
23,659
32,881
34,979
--/
/
8,101
5,399
7,816
7,957
6/
s
4,950
4,450
4,450
5,150
6/
s
1,685
1,685
1,785
2,485
6/

4,817
3,426
4,066
3,844
6/

221
156
188
176


6/
xes 2/
55,379
43,759
53,595
53,410
&/
2/
2,271
1,768
2,185
2,164
6/


1/ See individual State tables for explanation of difference.
2/ Net content varies: For Oranges In Calif. & Arizona the approximate average per box is
considered to be 75 lbs; Calif. & Arizona Grapefruit approximate average is considered to
be 64 lbs. in CalPi. Desert Vallbyt & Ariz6na & 67 lbs. it Calif areas other'than Desert
Valleys. For Florida & other states, net contents of box is considered to be 90 Ibs. for
Oranges and 85 Ibs. for Grapefruit. Texas Oranges 90 Ibs. Florida Tangerines 95 lbs.
3/ Revised. 4/ Indicated. 5/ Florida Production & U. S. Production synonymous.
6/ Not available.

U. S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service.


TABLE 22


CROP


SEASON


i


47,881
31,947
44,243
43,419
6/

2,080
1,332
1,769
1,741
6/

2,952
2,639
2,053
2,773
6/

1,279
1,400
1,199
1,382
&/

3,533
2,639
2,815
2,875
86/

162
120
128
131
6/

24,941
21,932
22,380
23,515
6/

1,008
873
900
941
6/


134,067
91,712
138,638
141,560
&/

6,021
4,067
6,090
6,255
6/

1,998
1,e99
2,397
2,377
6/

406
285
586
1,103
6/

1,284
787
1,323
1,037
6/

59
36
60
45
6/

30,438
21,827
31,503
30,170
6/

1,263
895
1,297
1,235
6/






TABLE 23


UNITED STATES CITRUS FRUITS. PER CAPITAL CONSUMPTION
FRESH WEIGHT EQUIVALENT 1934-70


I I Canned I Canned
YEAR ( FRESH /- I wi$s I Juice I Frozen TOTAL


Ibs. Ibs Ibs Ibs Ibs
1934 39.8 0.6 0.8 41.2
1935 44.6 1.2 2.4 48.2
1936 46.2 1.0 2.2 49.4
1937 44.5 1.4 4.7 50.6
1938 49.1 1.2 5.4 55.7
1939 61.4 1.4 8.5 71.3
1940 56.7 1.2 9.2 67.1
1941 57.7 1.7 13.1 72.5
1942 57.7 1.8 12.6 72.1
1943 60.3 0.1 11.2 71.6
1944 68.2 2/ 21.1 89.3
1945 66.6 0.! 21.6 88.3
1946 59.1 1.1 34.8" 0.3 95.3
1947 62.2 1.5 30.2 0.2 94.1
1948 54.4 2.0 36.2 0.5 93.1
1949 47.8 1.8 26.2 6.6 82.4
1950 41.2 1.5 19.8 10.8 73.3
1951 45.1 1.7 20.8 15.2 82.8
1952 44.4 1.5 17.0 21.5 84.4
1953 43.4 1.8 15.9 24.5 85.6
1954 41.2 1.9 15.8 2711 86.0
1955 41.2 2.2 16.6 30.9 90.0
1956 38.5 2.4 16.3 30.3 87.5
1957 36.5 2.0 17.2 33.0 88.7
1958 30.5 2.6 17.6 25.8 76.5
1959 33.4 2.2 12.1 32.6 82.3
1960 I/- 33.7 2.0 16.0 34.2 85.9
1961 / 30.8 1.8 14.4 32.1 79.1
1962 / 29.5 1.9 15.0 37.2 83.6
1963 1/ 22.1 1.3 14.2 25.1 62.7
1964 / 26.2 1.7 12.2 23.5 63.6
1965 T/ 29.1 1.8 12.5 29.6 73.0
1966 T/ 29.1 2.0 16.6 28.0 75.7
1967 1/ 31.6 2.2 20.4 40.0 94.2
1968 "/ 26.3 2.1 19.4 34.3 82.1
1969 / 28.3 1.7 23.3 34.5 87.8
1970 / 28.4 1.7 23.2 41.5 94.8

1/ Revised.
2/ Less than 0.05 pound.
3/ Preliminary.

4/ All Data on calendar year basis with exception of citrus fruits which start October or

November prior to year indicated.

Made available
through the courtesy of United States Department of Agriculture and Economic Research Service.


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TABLE 24


UNITED STATES FRESH CITRUS FRUITS PER CAPITAL CONSUMPTION


FRESH WEIGHTS 1934-70


I I
YEAR I Total
I Oranges I Tangerinesi Lemons Limes Grapefruit Citrus
I I I I I I
lbs. Ibs. Ibs. Ibs. Ibs. lbs.
1934 27.0 1.4 3.6 0.1 7.7 39.8
1935 30.7 1.4 4.1 0.1 8.3 44.6
1936 30.1 1.5 4.3 0.1 10.2 46.2
1937 26.6 2.1 3.4 0.1 12.3 44.5
1938 33.5 1.6 4.3 0.1 9.6 49.1
1939 41.1 2.3 4.2 0.1 13.7 61.4
1940 39.4 1.6 4.5 0.1 11.1 56.7
1941 38.9 1.8 4.7 0.1 12.2 57.7
1942 39.8 1.4 4.3 0.1 12.1 57.7
1943 39.7 2.9 5.0 0.2 12.5 60.3
1944 47.6 2.5 4.9 0.2 13.0 68.2
1945 45.1 2.7 5.1 0.2 13.5 66.6
1946 37.9 2.4 4.7 0.1 14.0 59.1
1947 41.5 1.9 4.8 0.1 13.9 62.2
1948 35.7 1.8 4.5 0.1 12.3 54.4
1949 30.7 2.0 4.1 0.1 10.9 47.8
1950 26.9 2.0 4.0 0.1 8.2 41.2
1951 28.8 1.9 4.0 0.1 10.3 45.1
1952 27.9 2.0 3.9 0.1 10.5 44.4
1953 27.6 2.2 3.7 0.2 9.7 43.4
1954 24.5 2.0 3.6 0.1 11.0 41.2
1955 24.8 2.1 3.4 0.2 10.7 41.2
1956 22.6 2.0 3/ 3.2 0.2 10.5 38.5
1957 21.6 2.0/ 3.3 0.1 9.5 36.5
1958 17.6 1.0/ 3.0 0.2 8.7 30.5
1959 19.8 1.5 2.9 0.1 9.1 33.4
1960 I/ 19.3 1.4/ 2.9 0.1 10.0 33.7
19611/ 16.1 2.07/ 2.8 0.1 9.8 30.8
1962 1/ 15.6 2.07/ 2.8 0.1 9.0 29.5
1963 11.9 1.2 32.5 0.1 6.4 22.1
1964/ 14.4 1.6/ 2.6 0.1 7.5 26.2
1965/ 16.5 1.9 3/ 2.4 0.1 8.2 29.1
1966 1/ 16.5 1.8 2.3 0.1 8.4 29.1
1967 I/ 18.1 2.2 3 2.2 0.1 9.0 31.6
1968 1/ 14.2 1.8 / 2.2 0.1 8.0 26.3
1969 1/ 16.3 1.7 3/ 2.2 0.2 7.9 28.3
1970 2/ 16.2 1.8 / 1.9 0.2 8.3 28.4

I/ Revised.
2/ Preliminary.

3/ Tangelos includes as follows: 1956 0.1; 1957 0.1; 1958 0.2; 1959 0.1;
1960- 0.2; 1961 0.2; 1962 0.4; 1963 0.3; 1964 0.3; 1965 0.4; 1966 0.4; 1967
0.6; 1968 0.6; 1969 0.5; 1970 0.6 pound.


Made available
through the courtesy of the United States Department of Agriculture and Economic


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Research Service.






TABLE 25


UNITED STATES CHILLED AND FROZEN CITRUS JUICES

PER CAPITAL CONSUMPTION 1934-70


I I
YEAR J CHILLED R,_
SI Single
I ORANGE GRAPEFRUIT TOTAL Product Strength
TAIII weight 1/ I hais ?/

lbB Ibs. Ibs. lbs. lbs.
1934 -
1935 -
1936 -
1937 -
1938 -
1939 -
1940 -
1941 -
1942 -
1943 -
1944 -
1945 -
1946 0.07 0.12
1947 0.06 0.09
1948 0.09 0.22
1949 0.92 3.09
1950 1.52 5.12
1951 2.19 7.22
1952 3.53 11.44
1953 4.08 12.85
1954 4.40 13.93
1955 0.94 0.94 4.94 15.91
1956 1.05 0.07 1.12 4.86 15.48
1957 1.72 0.05 1.77 5.32 16.99
1958 1.60 0.04 1.64 4.32 13.27
1959 1.87 0.03 1.90 5.42 16.64
1960 2.10 0.02 2.12 5.58 17.48
1961 1.65 0.03 1.68 5.24 16.73
1962 2.19 0.08 2.27 5.92 19.49
1963 1.14 0.03 1.17 4.06 13.04
1964 1.29 0.07 1.36 3.80 11.96
1965 1.90 0.05 1.95 4.79 15.43
1966 3.04 0.14 3.18 4.53 14.70
1967 4.15 0.23 4.38 6.36 21.05
1968 3.96 0.24 4.20 5.49 18.16
1969 4/ 3.87 0.30 4.17 5.51 18.28
1970 3/ 4.35 0.34 4.69 6.52 22.02

/ Includes single strength & concentrated juices.

/ Concentrated fruit juices converted to single strength on basis of 3.525 lbs. to 1.

3/ Preliminary.

4/ Revised.

Made available
through the courtesy of United States Department of Agriculture and Economic Research Service.


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TABLE 26


UNITED STATES CANNED CITRUS JUICES AND SEGMENTS (EXCLUDING FROZEN)

PER CAPITAL CONSUMPTION 1934-70


SI Canned Canned I
YEAR Canned Canned Single Canned Hot Pack
Single Single Strength Lemon Single iCitrus TOTAL Canned
Strength Strength Blended i and Strength Concen- Citrus
Orange Grape- Orange jLime Tang- trate Sections
fruit Grape- I erine 3/ I
f_____ruitI I I
Ibs. Ibs. Ibs. Ibs. Ibs. lbs. Ibs. Ibs.
1934 0.07 0.21 0.28 0.6
1935 0.22 0.62 0.01 0.85 0.5
1936 0.20 0.56 0.02 0.01 0.79 0.7
1937 0.28 1.29 0.06 0.04 1.67 0.6
1938 0.19 1.55 0.12 0.05 1.91 0.8
1939 0.23 2.61 0.15 0.03 3.02 0.6
1940 0.68 2.34 0.25 0.02 3.29 0.8
1941 0.74 3.08 0.42 0.04 0.42 4.70 1.1
1942 0.94 2.63 0.48 0.08 0.44 4.57 0.3
1943 0.27 3.03 0.27 0.02 0.43 4.02 2/
1944 1.46 4.80 1.11 0.03 0.19 7.59 2/
1945 2.75 3.19 1.08 0.06 0.76 7.94
1946 4.15 4.93 2.36 0.10 0.11 0.97 12.62 0.
1947 4.11 3.38 2.18 0.07 0.21 1.09 11.04 0.8
1948 5.03 3.83 2.28 0.08 0.16 1.88 13.26 1.0
1949 3.87 2.84 1.86 0.10 0.22 1.82 10.71 0.9
1950 3.37 2.02 1.01 0.07 0.23 1.95 8.65 0.8
1951 3.81 2.73 1.30 0.08 0.20 1.85 9.97 0.9
1952 3.58 2.04 -.95 0.09 0.15 1.63 8.44 0.7
1953 3.13 1.97 0.86 0.09 0.13 1.65 7.83 0.9
1954 3.08 2.28 0.89 0.08 0.10 1.36 7.79 1.0
1955 2.95 2.18 0.78 0.11 0.09 1.16 7.27 1.2
1956 2.42 2.12 0.66 0.09 0.09 1.58 6.96 1.1
1957 2.45 1.94 0.58 0.12 0.09 1.66 6.84 0.8
1958 2.66 1.74 0.72 0.12 0.08 1.62 6.94 1.1
1959 1.91 1.56 0.49 0.15 0.08 1.07 5.26 O..
1960 2.12 1.51 0.51 0.13 0.07 1.45 5.79 1.0
1961 1.70 1.39 0.45 0.13 0.06 1.51 5.24 0.9
1962 1.92 1.48 0.47 0.13 0.06 1.05 5.11 0.9
1963 1.69 1.30 0.42 0.13 0.04 1.70 5.26 0.6
1964 1.17 1.09 0.30 0.11 0.04 1.61 4.32 0.8
1965 1.24 1.39 0.30 0.10 0.02 .97 4.02 0.9
1966 2.53 1.73 0.34 0.10 0.02 .99 4.71 1.0
1967 1.57 2.33 0.39 0.10 0.02 1.08 5.49 1.1
1968 1.19 2.22 0.32 0.10 0.01 1.35 5.19 1.1
1969 4/ 1.30 2.94 0.33 0.10 0.01 2.52 7.20 0.8
1970 / 1.75 2.98 0.33 0.10 0.01 1.39 6.56 0.5
1/ Preliminary.

2/ Less than 0.05 pound.

3/ Single Strength equivalent.

.4/ Revised.

Made available
through the courtesy of United States Department of Agriculture and Economic Research Service.


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FLORIDA EQUIVALENT "ON TREE PRICES" BY MONTHS
PER BOX SEASONS 1954-55 1970-71

ORANGES Early and Mid-season

SALES I I I I I I I SEASON
SEASON I OCT. NOV. DEC. JAN. I FEB. MAR. I APRIL AVERAGE
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
ALL METHODS
OF SALES
1954-55 1.23 1.00 1.02 1.07 1.23 1.52 1.68 1.12
1955-56 1.58 1.29 1.53 1.79 1.98 1.90 1.71
1956-57 2.22 1.30 1.29 1.35 1.59 1.75 1.45
1957-58 1.21 1.04 1.47 1.65 2.04 2.21 1.56
1958-59 3.05 2.36 2.55 2.61 2.81 2.97 3.00 2.65
1959-60 1.88 1.34 1.59 1.98 2.23 1.78 1.82
1960-61 2.31 2.50 2.63 2.83 3.20 3.21 2.86
1961-62 2.08 1.75 1.88 1.95 1.98 1.84 1.93
1962-63 1.97 1.50 1.90 2.55 3.39 2.17
1963-64 3.86 4.18 4.40 4.55 4.61 4.25 4.43
1964-65 3.71 2.50 2.48 2.62 2.56 2.21 2.57
1965-66 1.77 1.09 1.25 1.43 1.61 1.61 1.44
1966-67 2.44 .75 .74 .81 .82 .82 .81
1967-68 2.37 1.62 1.72 1.92 1.95 1.82 1.85
1968-69 1.52 1.36 1.52 1.74 1.73 1.56
1969-70 2/ 1.48 .98 .88 1.08 1.35 1.31 1.11
1970-71 I/ .92 .58 .48 .49 .82 1.39 NA
SALES FOR
FRESH USE
1954-55 1.34 1.07 .99 1.15 1.43 1.89 1.95 1.20
1955-56 1.73 1.32 1.60 2.87 2.03 2.21 1.69
1956-57 2.67 1.53 1.55 1.50 1.83 2.31 1.67
1957-58 1.30 1.01 1.27 1.82 2.62 3.27 2.51
1958-59 3.48 2.39 2.60 2.51 2.67 3.15 3.15 2.51
1959-60 2.29 1.51 1.61 1.96 2.23 1.96 1.77
1960-61 3.47 2.79 2.91 3.23 3.33 2.96 3.01
1961-62 2.44 2.04 2.03 2.13 2.43 1.97 2.14
1962-63 2.37 1.35 1.65 4.42 4.33 2.34
1963-64 4.00 4.36 4.57 4.64 4.80 4.28 4.49
1964-65 4.49 2.82 2.76 2.98 2.96 2.11 2.97
1955-56 2.30 1.19 1.24 1.23 1.66 1.68 1.38
1966-67 2.51 .94 .76 .69 .66 .70 .84
1967-68 2.83 1.93 2.33 2.83 2.78 2.73 2.46
1968-69 1.87 1.37 2.12 2.32 2.62 1.82
1969-70 2/ 1.97 1.72 1.62 1.67 2.37 3.12 1.82
1970-71 l/ 1.32 1.12 1.17 1.22 2.27 2.27 NA
SALES FOR
PROCESSING
1954-55 .78 .94 1.03 1.05 1.18 1.37 1.42 1.09
1955-56 1.22 1.27 1.57 1.77 1.97 1.82 1.72
1956-57 1.32 1.02 1.17 1.32 1.55 1.62 1.37
1957-58 .98 1.08 1.53 1.63 1.83 2.08 1.58
1958-59 2.03 2.33 2.53 2.63 2.83 2.93 2.93 2.68
1959-60 1.28 1.23 1.58 1.98 2.23 1.73 1.83
1960-61 2.18 2.18 2.53 2.78 3.18 3.23 2.83
1961-62 1.28 1.53 1.83 1.93 1.93 1.83 1.88
1962-63 .83 1.73 1.93 2.43 2.53 2.13
1963-64 3.63 4.08 4.33 4.53 4.58 4.23 4.41
1964-65 2.43 2.28 2.38 2.58 2.53 2.23 2.48
1965-66 .71 1.01 1.26 1.46 1.61 1.61 1.46
1966-67 .66 .60 .73 .82 .83 .82 .0
1967-68 1.41 1.37 1.55 1.81 1.85 1.77 1.72
1968-69 / 1.23 1.36 1.48 1.70 1.70 1.53
1969-70 2/ .80 .70 .75 1.05 1.30 1.25 1.4
1970-71 -/ .60 .35 .40 .45 .75 1.35 NA

1/ Preliminary 2/ Revised NA Not available
Made available
through the courtesy of Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting Service, Orlando.


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TABLE 27






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FLORIDA EQUIVALENT "ON TPEE" PRICES. BY MONTHS

PER BOX SEASONS 1954-55 1970-71. INCLUSIVE

ORANGES Late Type (Valencia)

SALES I I I I I II SEASON
SEASON I FEB. I MAR. I APR. I MAY I JUNE JULY I AVERAGE
$ $ $ $ $ $ $


ALL METHODS
OF SALES
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70 2/
1970-71 -/
SALES FOR
FRESH USE
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70 2/
1970-71 1/
SALES FOR
PROCESSING
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71 1/


1/ Preliminary

through the courtesy of Florida


1.'50
1.89
1.89
2.50
2.68
2.05
3.10
2.05
2.54
4.53
2.49
1.66
.78
2.45
1.79




1.57
1.86
2.07
2.45
2.77
2.17
3.79
2.55
3.93
4.68
2.90
1.82
.62
2.78
2.32




1.45
1.97
1.49
2.53
2.63
1.93
2.78
1.78
2.43
4.48
2.33
1.56
.84
2.00
1.65


1.63
1.85
1.78
2.68
2.91
1.86
2.94
1.87
3.24
4.25
2.20
1.64
.89
2.38
2.37
1.36
1.44


1.61
1.87
1.90
2.35
2.96
2.01
2.96
2.11
4.98
4.05
2.27
1.77
.72
2.73
2.62
1.62
2.02


1.64
1.82
1.62
2.78
2.88
1.73
2.93
1.68
3.03
4.33
2.18
1.61
.98
2.04
2.30
1.25
1.35


Made available
Crop and Livestock


1.69
1.83
1.46
3.46
2.86
1.94
2.94
1.88
3.93
4.48
2.19
1.79
.98
2.24
2.06
1.03
1.56


1.68
1.84
1.75
3.84
3.00
1.78
2.76
1.67
5.33
4.22
1.91
1.99
.46
2.63
2.12
1.27
2.02


1.69
1.82
1.32
3.38
2.83
1.98
2.98
1.93
3.73
4.53
2.23
1.76
1.06
2.15
2.05
1.10
1.50

2/


1.65
2.15
1.28
3.89
3.42
2.12
3.13
1.77
5.10
4.52
2.32
1.90
1.12
2.29
2.12
1.32
2.12


1.56
2.28
1.37
3.51
3.36
2.03
3.12
1.28
6.60
4.41
2.23
2.31
.79
2.73
1.77
1.62
2.42


1.68
2.12
1.26
3.93
3.43
2.13
3.13
1.83
4.78
4.53
2.33
1.86
1.15
2.24
2.15
1.30
2.10

Revised


1.92
2.27
1.03
4.24
3.34
2.52
3.24
1.80
6.15
4.41
2.60
1.91
1.18
2.24
2.14
1.27
2.71


2.12
2.77
1.23
4.45
3.40
3.09
3.31
1.36
6.72
4.81
3.07
2.66
.89
3.03
1.87
1.62
3.02


1.86
2.17
1.00
4.13
3.33
2.43
3.23
1.83
5.68
4.28
2.38
1.86
1.19
2.20
2.15
1.25
2.70


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2.43
2.47
1.44

3.11

3.33
1.61



1.14
2.29
2.39




2.76
3.34
2.02

3.29

4.50
1.52



1.06
4.03
3.72




1.86
1.97
1.27

3.03

3.13
1.63



1.14
2.17
2.30


NA -


1.72
2.04
1.34
3.17
3.12
2.07
3.08
1.81
3.50
4.45
2.28
1.79
1.08
2.28
2.16
1.25
NA


1.75
2.08
1.68
2.96
3.06
2.04
3.07
1.73
5.33
4.34
2.29
2.03
.70
2.78
2.22
1.52
NA


1.71
2.02
1.22
3.23
3.13
2.08
3.08
1.83
3.25
4.48
2.28
1.76
1.13
2.19
2.15
1.22
NA

Not available






TABLE 27


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FLORIDA EQUIVALENT "ON TRSE" PRICES. BY MONTHS
PER BOX SEASONS 1958-59 1970-71. INCLUSIVE
GRAPEFRUIT Seedless Pink

SALES SEASON
SEASON OCT. NOV. EDEC. IAN. FEB. MAR. APR. MAYI JUNE JULY AVERAGE

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
ALL METHODS
OF SALES
1958-59 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 1.44
1959-60 1.11 1.00 1.10 .92 .93 .99 1.05 1.54 1.25 1.05
1960-61 1.58 1.46 1.29 1.11 .85 .77 .54 .83 .59 1.53 .99
1961-62 1.19 .78 .64 .64 .71 .99 1.02 1.00 .95 .86
1962-63 1.21 1.21 1.29 2.18 1.89 2.25 2.79 2.58 3.36 1.81
1963-64 2.08 2.26 2.52 2.59 2.61 2.95 2.99 3.54 2.66 2.54
1964-65 3.08 2.06 2.16 1.63 1.41 1.16 1.76 2.45 1.82
1965-66 1.56 1.28 1.47 1.61 1.52 1.76 2.81 2.87 2.78 1.64
1966-67 1.39 1.24 1.03 1.02 .95 .75 .51 .69 .81 .58 .94
1967-68 2.38 2.14 2.39 2.36 2.45 2.61 2.84 3.33 3.27 2.48
1968-69 2/ 2.49 1.32 1.37 .85 .86 .77 .82 .95 .85 1.15
1969-70 2/ 1.83 1.67 1.73 1.97 1.73 1.80 2.60 3.17 1.97
1970-71 1/ 1.86 1.25 1.36 1.36 1.86 2.22 2.85 4.26 NA
SALES FOR
FRESH USE
1958-59 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 1.62
1959-60 1.19 1.18 1.29 1.10 1.13 1.19 1.25 1.79 1.50 1.24
1960-61 1.69 1.65 1.48 1.33 1.04 .91 .69 1.02 .74 1.62 1.19
1961-62 1.35 .95 .84 .87 .97 1.40 1.37 1.38 1.38 1.13
1962-63 1.32 1.44 1.58 3.09 2.52 2.94 3.02 3.00 3.88 2.19
1963-64 2.36 2.51 2.71 2.80 2.89 3.30 3.37 4.35 3.75 2.80
1964-65 3.48 2.38 2.51 2.00 1.83 1.48 2.09 2.94 2.21
1965-66 1.74 1.48 1.67 1.89 1.82 2.47 2.81 2.87 2.78 1.98
1966-67 1.67 1.59 1.31 1.39 1.29 1.06 .77 1.09 1.37 .94 1.30
1967-68 2.69 2.54 2.84 2.99 3.29 3.74 4.04 4.54 5.54 3.14
1968-69 3.23 1.73 1.98 1.28 1.38 2.33 1.33 1.78 1.53 1.78
1969-702/ 2.38 2.18 2.28 2.48 2.43 2.68 3.33 4.08 2.63
1970-71 1/ 2.47 1.72 1.72 1.82 2.42 3.17 3.77 5.12 NA
SALES FOR
PROCESSING
1958-59 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA .47
1959-60 -.07 .08 .13 .28 .28 .18 .18 .13 -.07 18
1960-61 -.07 .03 .13 .23 .18 .18 .08 .38 .28 .23 .18
1961-62 -.25 -.20 -.13 -.10 -.10 -.14 -.12 -.12 -.12 -.13
1962-63 -.11 -.05 -.03 .24 .28 .48 .52 .60 1.58 .24
1963-64 .50 .95 1.55 1.65 1.75 1.80 1.80 1.75 1.60 1.47
1964-65 .75 .85 .85 .80 .35 .35 .50 .80 60
1965-66 .56 .51 .61 .71 .81 .76 .76 .41 .16 .66
1966-67 .13 .13 .13 ,11 .12 .12 .10 .08 .07 .12 .11
1967-68 .62 .52 .55 .64 .70 .73 .72 .71 .64 .66
1968-69 2/ .11 .10 .09 .11 .12 .12 .10 .16 .17 .12
1969-70-/ -.19 .06 .26 .86 .91 .91 1.11 1.21 .72
1970-71 / .36 .41 .76 .71 .76 .91 1.46 1.66 NA

1/ Preliminary 2/ Revised NA Not available
Made available
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FLORIDA EQUIVALENT "ON TREE" PRICES. BY MONTHS

PER BOX SEASONS 1958-59 1970-71. INCLUSIVE

GRAPEFRUIT Seedless White


SALES I I I SEASON
SEASON I OCT.I NOV.I DEC.i JAN.| FEB. MAR. APR. MAY, JUNEI JULY | AVERAGE

ALLMETHODS $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
ALL METHODS
OF SALES
1958-59 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 1.11
1959-60 .94 .98 1.04 1.13 1.19 1.20 1.20 1.58 1.67 1.16
1960-61 1.64 1.38 1.47 1.36 1.05 .86 .69 .80 .79 1.79 1.05
1961-62 1.24 .90 .83 .75 .72 .67 .61 .50 .53 .34 .68
1962-63 1.12 1.03 1.15 .98 .97 1.83 2.25 2.45 2.95 1.29
1963-64 1.93 2.03 2.22 2.23 2.21 2.39 2.74 3.22 2.63 2.24
1964-65 2.84 1.93 1.82 1.51 1.22 .94 1.38 1.83 1.50
1965-66 1.59 1.18 1.33 1.44 1.37 1.29 1.51 1.52 1.41 1.39
1966-67 1.26 1.10 .95 .87 .85 .58 .45 .54 .57 1.10 .72
1967-68 2.32 2.10 2.25 2.07 1.96 1.89 1.94 2.32 2.50 2.05
1968-69 2/ 2.41 1.40 1.27 .93 ;76 .64 .62 .70 1.03 .98
1969-70 2/ 1.91 1.49 1.45 1.67 1.63 1.66 2.15 2.60 .NA
1970-711/ 1.72 1.32 1.35 1.27 1.58 1.58 2.35 .NA
SALES FOR
FRESH USE
1958-59 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 1.32
1959-60 1.23 1.18 1.23 1.31 1.39 1.44 1.47 1.94 2.35 1.39
1960-61 1.88 1.75 1.70 1.65 1.32 1.11 .88 .95 .99 2.62 1.34
1961-62 1.56 1.16 1.07 1.05 .99 1.11 .97 .84 .96 .90 1.05
1962-63 1.35 1.29 1.52 2.32 2.22 2.62 2.93 3.04 3.91 2.11
1963-64 2.21 2.33 2.43 2.51 2.55 2.79 3.17 4.24 3.81 2.56
1964-65 3.43 2.35 2.32 1.93 1.70 1.27 2.77 2.26 1.98
1965-66 1.88 1.38 1.61 1.76 1.86 1.90 2.10 2.33 2.65 1.85
1966-67 1.56 1.46 1.31 1.31 1.21 .92 .69 .85 1.09 1.10 1.16
1967-68 2.69 2.54 2.84 2.84 2.89 2.84 3.14 3.94 5.54 2.94
1968-69 3.19 1.89 1.79 1.39 1.29 1.09 .99 1.54 2.09 1.74
1969-70 2/ 2.34 1.89 2.89 2.29 2.19 2.29 2.59 3.49 2.34
1970-71 / 2.17 1.52 1.47 1.47 2.17 2.37 2.87 NA
SALES FOR
PROCESSING
1958-59 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA .72
1959-60 .23 .48 .53 .73 .88 .83 .68 .73 .68 .68
1960=61 .23 .45 .58 .73 .53 .45 .33 .68 .63 .63 .55
1961-62 .01 .11 .15 .20 .30 .16 .13 .08 .08 .03 .14
1962-63 .18 .25 .45 .56 .46 .63 .88 .98 1.58 .54
1963-64 1.05 1.35 1.70 1.75 1.90 1.85 1.95 1.85 1.90 1.72
1964-65 1.15 1.20 1.00 .95 .65 .60 .85 1.20 .85
1965-66 .66 .81 .86 1.06 1.11 1.01 .91 .81 .71 .96
1966-67 .31 .45 .47 .48 .46 .41 .36 .36 .34 .36 .40
1967-68 1.09 1.16 1.29 1.27 1.26 1.26 1.21 1.14 1.09 1.22
1968-69 2/ .51 .52 .53 .54 .50 .48 .48 .54 .56 .51
1969-70 / .61 .96 1.11 1.26 1.41 1.46 1.71 1.76 1.37
1970-71l/ 1.06 1.26 1.26 1.16 1.21 1.41 1.91 NA

1/ Preliminary 2/ Revised NA Not available


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FLORIDA EQUIVALENT "ON TREE" PRICES. BY MONTHS

PER BOX SEASONS 1954-55-1970-71, INCLUSIVE

GRAPEFRUIT Seedy


SALES I I I I I I SEAS
SEASON OCT. NOV. DEC. JAN. FEB. MAR.| APR.I MAY I JUNEI JULY I AVERAGE
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
ALL MEHTODS
OF SALES
1954-55 .53 .44 .44 .38 .35 .25 .28 .28 .32 .42- .37
1955-56 .65 .23 .33 .31 .26 .20 .22 .46 .55 .61 .30
1956-57 1.65 .53 .60 .62 .59 .49 .47 .56 .47 .42 .58
1957-58 .71 .70 .71 .69 .69 .88 1.28 .90 .74
1958-59 1.39 .99 .93 .85 .75 .70 .59 .81 .87 .83
1959-60 .77 .88 .90 .91 .99 1.01 .84 .79 .91
1960-61 1.18 1.01 1.06 1.05 .91 .68 .40 .75 .65 .84
1961-62 .58 .59 .59 .61 .76 .37 .34 .17 .11 .51
1962-63 .54 .67 .71 .72 .72 .97 1.42 .74
1963-64 1.61 1.98 2.05 1.91 2.14 1.92 1.89 1.97 2.03 1.91
1964-65 1.73 1.40 1.21 1.26 1.03 .68 .81 1.36 1.13
1965-66 .90 .99 1.03 1.22 1.27 1.13 1.13 .97 1.09
1966-67 .62 .67 .65 .65 .65 .61 .46 .47 .42 .60
1967-68 1.54 1.51 1.56 1.54 1.51 1.43 1.31. 1.27 1.24 1.48
1968-69 2/ 1.19 1.02 .88 .85 .74 .60 .52 .1 .81
1969-70 2/ .84 1.07 1.12 1.28 1.43 1.48 1.69 1.27
1970-71 / 1.26 1.26 1.26 1.16 1.27 1.47 1.89 NA
SALES FOR
FRESH USE
1954-55 .71 .72 .66 .61 .56 .46 .54 .55 .67 1.00 .66
1955-56 .84 .57 .59 .52 .43 .41 .41 .76 .85 1.16 .58
1956-57 2.15 .98 .89 .99 .81 .80 .80 .95 1.96 1.16 1.03
1957-58 .87 .87 1.00 .87 .83 1.17 1.65 1.97 .98
1958-59 1.83 1.51 1.18 .97 .84 .86 .65 .73 .78 1.05
1959-60 1.02 .92 1.10 1.07 1.12 1.15 1.13 1.23 1.10
1960-61 1.42 1.29 1.33 1.41 1.00 .68 .51 .87 .80 1.08
1961-62 .80 .84 .82 .89 .92 .94 .84 .65 .77 .87
1962-63 .88 .88 1.04 1.40 1.24 1.79 2.12 1.22
1963-64 1.63 1.82 2.03 2.01 2.08 2.07 2.15 2.71 2.66 1.94
1964-65 2.56 1.71 1.59 1.59 1.17 .86 .97 1.84 1.51
1965-66 1.21 1.23 1.23 1.39 1.43 1.53 1.53 1.35 1.33
1966-67 2.08 .94 .86 .87 .81 .62 .51 .62 .63 .89
1967-68 1.68 1.97 1.98 1.97 1.97 2.23 1.98 2.48 2.95 1.95
1968-69 2.38 2.53 2.38 .88 .88 .58 .48 .88 1.53
1969-70 2/ 1.48 1.38 1.38 1.68 1.88 1.88 1.88 1.63
1970-71 1/ 1.72 1.22 1.22 1.22 1.47 1.82 2.12 NA
SALES FOR
PROCESSING
1954-55 .17 .36 .37 .33 .29 .21 .18 .12 .14 .08 .28
1955-56 -.05 .05 .24 .27 .22 .15 .12 .30 .50 .50 .21
1956-57 .10 .35 .52 .55 .55 .45 .42 .46 .37 .26 .47
1957-50 .57 .66 .65 .66 .67 .81 .84 .61 .68
1958-59 .48 .83 .88 .83 .73 .68 .58 .83 .88 .78
1959-60 .43 .88 .88 .88 .98 .98 .73 .73 .88
1960-61 .23 .88 .98 .98 .88 .68 .38 .73 .63 .78
1961-62 .15 .52 .53 .53 .73 .30 .28 .10 .08 .43
1962-63 .08 .59 .61 .63 .63 .73 1.08 .62
1963-64 1.60 2.00 2.05 1.90 2.15 1.90 1.80 1.80 1.85 1.91
1964-65 1.40 1.35 1.15 1.20 1.00 .65 .75 1.20 1.0f
1965-66 .76 .96 1.01 1.21 1.26 1.11 1.01 .91 1.06
1966-67 .38 .63 .62 .62 .64 .61 .46 .46 .41 .57
1967-68 1.47 1.45 1.51 1.50 1.48 1.38 1.28 1.25 1.20 1.43
1968-69 2 .89 .97 .85 .85 .74 .60 .52 .61 .76
1969-70 .71 1.06 1.11 1.26 1.41 1.46 1.66 1.25
1970-71/ 1.11 1.26 1.26 1.16 1.26 1.46 1.86 NA
i/ Preliminary. 2/ Revised. NA Not available.
Made available
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FLORIDA EQUIVALENT "ON TREE" PRICES. BY MONTHS

PER BOX SEASONS 1954-55 1970-71. INCLUSIVE

TANGERINES


SALES SEASON
SEASON NOV. DEC. JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. AVERAGE

$ $ $ $ $ $


ALL METHODS
OF SALES
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69 2/
1969-70 ./
1970-71 I/
SALES FOR
FRESH USE
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70 .
1970-71 1/
SALES FOR
PROCESSING
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69 2/
1969-70 2/
1970-71 /


3.48
3.24
2.98
2.83
2.80
2.70
4.10
3.05
3.97
3.48
4.05
2.82
1.90
5.02
5.06
4.85
1.58


3.64
3.55
3.38
3.21
3.22
3.24
4.62
3.54
4.53
3.96
4.79
3.45
2.40
5.93
6.35
5.85
2.20


.02
.17
-.02
.11
.05
-.15
-.35
.20
.48
1.60
.70
-.05
-.20
-.25
-.09
-.90
1.35


1.40
2.10
1.57
2.20
1.94
2.60
1.86
2.00
2.47
3.33
2.70
2.15
.85
4.39
1.65
1.88
1.13


1.65
2.50
1.94
2.65
2.39
3.34
2.30
2.44
3.04
4.08
3.45
2.78
1.26
5.63
2.30
2.55
2.10


.04
.17
.20
.12
.35
-.05
.10
.50
.66
1.55
.85
.00
-.30
.75
.08
-.75
-1.25


1/ Preliminary

through the courtesy of Florida


.92
.84
1.20
2.06
.88
2.30
.94
1.93

2.26
1.69
1.34
.63
3.99
2.26
.80
2.10


1.21
1.09
1.57
2.52
1.82
2.96
1.41
2.71

3.38
2.29
2.00
1.13
5.28
3.55
1.35
3.20


.04
.12
.28
.07
.30
.30
.25
.70

1.50
1.00
.10
-.28
.77
.09
-.60
-1.05


.70
1.01
1.09
1.26
.51

.82
1.14

2.53
1.29

1.43
2.98
1.17




1.21
2.62
2.02
2.11
1.25
I. 69
1.69
2.21

3.25
1.69

1.48
3.98
3.35




.07
.12
.27
.07
.25

.15
.55

1.10
.90

-.20
.78
.17


2/ Revised
Made available
Crop and Livestock Reporting


1.18
.98
1.22



1.44










1.85
1.69
2.85



2.77










.12
.17
.27



.55


1.67

















1.74


1.39
1.77
1.73
2.40
1.62
2.59
1.51
2.04
3.02
3.1l
2.67
2.12
1.05
4.26
2.54
2.22
NA


1.78
2.23
2.31
2.96
2.42
3.26
2. 1
2.72
3.63
3.95
3.49
2.80
1.53
5.44
3.70
3.00
NA


S.06
.17 .15
.22
.10
.30
.00
--.15
.55
.61
1.54
.90
.05
-.28
.62
.07
-.73
NA

NA Not available


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TABLE 27





TABLE 27


FLOTPDA EQUIVALENT "ON TREE" PRICES

PER BOX SEASONS 1954-55 1970-71. INCLUSIVE


IALL I SOLD SOLD FORIALL I SOLD I SOLD FOR IALL I SOLD I SOLD FOR
SEASON METHODS I FESH IPROCESS-IMETHODS FRESH PROCESS- IMETHODSj FRESH PROCESS-
ISALES I USE ING SALES USE ING SALES USE ING


1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69 2/
1969-70 2/
1970-71 -/


1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69 2/
1969-70 2/
1970-71

1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69 /
1969-70 2/
1970-71 1/


ALL
ORANGES
1.37 1.42 1.35
1.85 1.86 1.85
1.40 1.67 1.31
2.14 2.00 2.18
2.87 2.78 2.89
1.96 2.02 1.94
2.98 3.15 2.94
1.88 2.05 1.84
2.71 3.41 2.58
4,44 4.48 4.43
2.45 2.74 2.38
1.63 1.75 1.60
.94 .78 .96
2.06 2.60 1.95
1.68 1.98 1.65
1.18 1.68 1.13
NA NA NA
ALL
GRAPEFRUIT
.63 .95 .24
.57 .92 .20
.89 1.35 .44
.98 1.37 .63
1.04 1.36 .75
1.05 1.31 .76
.96 1.24 .66
.67 1.06 .26
1.24 2.02 .55
2.24 2.62 1.78
1.47 2.03 .92
1.36 1.87 .97
.75 1.21 .44
2.01 2.98 1.24
.98 1.75 .56
1.69 2.45 1.23
..,A NA NA
TANGEL OS
3.55 3.80 2.55
4.29 4.95 1.10
4.91 5.55 2.20
3.36 4.20 1.30
4.66 5.55 1.50
4.83 5.32 3.35
4.00 4.51 1.90
2.84 3.39 .45
1.64 2.14 .05
3.22 3.73 .69
2.46 3.40 .55
1.26 2.25 .02
NA NA NA


L/ Preliminary


Early and Midseason
ORANGES
1.12 1.20 1.09
1.71 1.69 1.72
1.45 1.67 1.37
1.56 1.51 1.58
2.65 2.51 2.68
1.82 1.77 1.83
2.86 3.01 2.83
1.93 2.14 1.88
2.17 2.34 2.13
4.43 4.49 4.41
2.57 2.97 2.48
1.44 1.38 1.46
.81 .94 .80
1.85 2.46 1.72
1.56 1.82 1.53
1.11 1.82 1.04
NA NA NA
Seedless
GRAPEFRUIT
.81 1.02 .16
.80 1.01 .19
1.12 1.42 .38
1.16 1.46 .53
1.20 1.42 .68
1.12 1.33 .57
1.03 1.27 .46
.75 1.09 .07
1.49 2.15 .49
2.36 2.67 1.64
1.63 2.08 .78
1.62 2.02 1.07
.80 1.23 .33
2.22 3.04 1.08
1.04 1.76 .40
1.83 1.99 1.21
NA NA NA
TEMPLES
2.87 3.06 2.48
2.41 2.86 1.58
3.43 2.83 2.88
2.17 3.01 1.33
3.09 5.32 1.57
4.45 4.95 4.06
2.78 3.28 2.08
1.79 2.44 1.01
.88 1.36 .16
2.78 3.81 1.10
2.21 3.52 1.08
1.43 2.27 .45
NA NA NA


Revised
Made available
Florida Crop and Livestock


Late (Valencia)
ORANGES
1.72 1.75" 1.71
2.04 2.08 2.02
1.34 1.68 1.22
3.17 2.96 3.23
3.12 3.06 3.13
2.07 2.04 2.08
3.08 3.07 3.08
1.81 1.73 2.83
3.50 5.33 3.25
4.45 4.34 4.48
2.28 2.29 2.28
1.79 2.03 1.76
1.08 .70 1.13
2.28 2.76 2.19
1.83 2.22 1.79
1.25 1.52 1.22
NA NA NA
Seedy
GRAPE FRUIT
.37 .66 .28
.30 .58 .21
.58 1.03 .47
.74 .98 .68
.83 1.05 .78
.91 1.10 .88
.84 1.08 .78
.51 .87 .43
.74 1.22 .62
1.91 1.94 1.91
1.13 1.51 1.05
1.09 1.33 1.06
.60 .89 .57
1.48 2.95 1.43
.81 1.53 .76
1.27 1.63 1.25
NA NA NA
T A N G E RINES
1.62 2.42 .30
2.59 3.26 .00
1.51 2.18 .15
2.04 2.72 .55
3.02 3.63 .61
3.18 3.95 1.54
2.67 3.49 .90
2.12 2.80 .05
1.05 1.53 -.28
4.26 5.44 .62
2.54 3.70 .07
2.22 3.00 -.73
NA NA NA

NA Not available


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Reporting Service, Orlando.


through the courtesy of




TABLE 28


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CROP VALUES

CITRUS FRUITS 1/


CROP AND STATE 1Q-q Iq9-7n
I Returns 1 Value of Returns I Value of
SPer box 2/3/ | Production ./ Per box 2/ | Production

1,000 1,000
Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars
ORANGES
Early, Midseason &
Navel Varieties:
California 3.01 55,986 2.84 60,208
Florida 2,36 164,492 1.91 139,239
Texas 5/ 5/ 5/ 5/
Arizona 3.51 4,45# 2.40 2,685
Louisiana 6/ 6/ 6//

Valencia
California 1.93 49,601 2.41 43,380
Florida 2.62 157,200 2.04 132,192
Texas 5/ 5/ 5/ 5/
SArizona 1.8T 7,439 1.87 6,807

ALL ORANGES
California 2.38 105,587 2.64 103,588
Florida 2.48 321,692 2.97 271,431
Texas 1.86 8,370 1.40 5,880
Arizona 2.21 11,897 1.99 9,495
Louisiana 6/ 6/ / 6/

U. S. ALL ORANGES 2.43 447,546 2.10 390,394

GRAPEFRUIT
Florida, All 1.64 65,428 2.35 88,009
Seedless (Pink) 1.84 19,688 2.65 27,030
(White) 1.65 28,050 2.42 42,834
Others 1.45 17,690 1.91 18,145
Texas 1.46 9,782 1.56 12,636
Arizona 1.91 4,794 2.47 7,805
California, All 2.12 10,728 2.19 11,586
Desert Valleys 1.64 5,346 1.77 5,664
Other Areas 2.99 5,382 2.82 5,922

U. S. ALL GRAPEFRUIT 1.68 90,732 2.23 119,447

TANGERINES
Florida 4.08 13,872 3.73 11,109
California 3.95 2,528 2.38 1,809
Arizona 4.45 '757 3.14 691

U. S. ALL TANGERINES 4.07 17,157 3.44 13,690
LEMONS
i-lifornia 4.84 59,532 4.54 54,480
Arizona 2.86 10,039 4.87 13,733

U. S. LEMONS 4.40 69,571 4.60 68,213


TEMPLES
Florida
LIMES 4/
Florida
TANGELOSn 4/


3.07
4.50


13,815
3,150


2.28
5.69


11,856
4,125


Floria 3.38 6,084 2.20 5,500

1/ Difference between Production & Production having value consists of fruit unharvested for
economic reasons, donated to charity, or eliminated from production. 2/ Equivalent packinghouse
door returns per box for all uses. 3/ Revised. 4/ Florida Production & U. S. Production
synonymous. 5/ Texas Oranges by varieties, not available. 6/ Louisiana Orange production too
small to warrant quantitative estimate.

Madi available
through the courtesy of the United States Department of Agriculture Statistical Reporting Service.





TABLE 29


COMMODITY
SECTION SEPT. OCT.

ORANGES
INTERIOR
CARS 10 52
AVG. 4.16 2.67

INDIAN RIVER
CARS 3 13
AVD. 4.31 3.26

GRAPEFRUIT
SEEMED
.VglTE- INTERIOR
CAR- 2
AVG. 4.87
PINK
CARS 1
AVG. 4.78
WHITE-INDIAN RIVER
CARS -
AVG: .

SEEDLESS
HSITE-TNTERIOR
CAR 2 34
AVG. -5.51 2.62

PINK-INTERIOR
CARS 2 35
AVG. 5.55 2.89

WHITE-INDIAN RIVER
CARS 1 87
AVG. 7.25 3.24

PINK-INDIAN RIVER
CARS 1 21
AVG. 7.21 3.66

TEMPLES
ALL FLORIDA
CARS -
AVG. -


44-

MONTHLY AUCTION SALES 1970-1971 SEASON

CARS AND PER 4/5 BUSHEL CONTAINER AVERAGE

BY MONTHS



NOV. DEC. JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY JUNE JULY TOTAL


91
2.68


33
2.63


2.(


2.



2.


2.


TANGERINES (ALL VAR.)
CARS 36 1
AVG. 5.28 3.

TANGERINES (STRAIGHT)
CARS 28 1
AVG. 5.80 3.


54
2.53


75
2.81


52
2.56


97
3.10


- 32
2.92


85
3.58


6 2 2 2
05 1.97 2.46 2.41


18 3 4 -
02 2.02 2.68 -


90 136 123 158
79 2.90 3.25 3.12


52 83 97 71
80 3.07 3.35 3.62


- 7 98 137
- 3.15 2.26 2.88

ALL FLORIDA
98 215 243 54
23 3.61 3.62 4.36


ALL FLORIDA
34 159 176
81 3.77 3.80


12
5.58


35
2.51


88
3.12


23
2.97


117
3.22


3 2
1.95 2.85


6 3
2.49 2.98


159 216
3.11 3.31

103 121
3.55 3.64



125 110
3.19 3.83


37 45
4.10 5.99

2
4.84


13
3.23


67
3.83


24
3.23


62
3.74


28
3.83


46
4.50


414
2.83


686
3.36


2
4.87

S 1
4.78

2 -
4.29



10 16 1 80
4.50 4.91 6.60 3.35

4 75
3.72 2.72


150 76 21 1217
4.13 4.93 5.92 3.41


97 80 34 760
4.43 5.50 6.12 3.88



15 1 493
3.25 2.55 3.06


4 832
6.48 3.81

511
3.95


Made available
through the cooperation of the Seald Sweet Growers Inc.


& the Federal-State Market News Service.





TABLE 30


NEW YORK CITY PHILADELPHIA


INTERIOR INDIAN RIVER TEMPLES INTERIOR INDIAN RIVER TEMPLES
WEEK 4/5 BU.* 4/5 BU.* 4/5 BU.* 4/5 BU.* 4/5 BU.* 4/5 BU.*
ENDING CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG.


1970
Sept.18
25
Oct. 2
9
16
23
30
NOv. 6
13
20
27
Dec. 4
11
18
25
1971
Jan. 1
8
15
22
29
Feb. 5
12
19
26
Mar. 5
12
19
26
Apr. 2
9
16
23
30
May. 7
14
21
28
June 4
11
18
25
July 2
9
16
23
30


3.93
5.12

3.09
2.61
3.06
3.41
3.03
3.19
2.76
2.62
2.47
.2.76
3.03
2.34

2.60
3.00
2.75
2.90
3.04
3.53
3.70
2.71
2.43
1.98
2.69
3.53
3.22
2.91
3.02

3.03
2.77
3.49
3.15
3.12
3.51
3.15

3.22
2.87
3.76
3.51
4.54

4.98


4.31


3.58
3.53
3.03
3.36
3.14
2.84
2.69
2.53
2.77
2.92
2.91
2.65

3.20
3.05
3.08
3.19
3.36
3.60
3.93
3.79
3.33
2.67
3.27
3.53
3.50
3.19
3.30
3.26
3.28
3.30
3.54
4.07
4.30
3.92
3.47
4.03
4.20
3.81
3.95
4.16
5.23
5.02
4.79


2.14

2.71


3.37
2.14
2.25
2.42
3.26
3.52
3.32
2.49
2.11
3.88
3.59
3.73
3.91
4.10
4.14
3.62
3.66
3.44
3.05
3.79
2.86


2.10'


2.18
2.40
3.06
3.05
3.09
1.98;
1.57
1.14
2.12
2.58
2.65

1.77
2.03
1.98
4.05
3.12
3.05
2.53

2.46
2.03
3.34
3.23
3.23
2.99






3.37
2.65

3.82
4.08
3.93
3.92
3.84
3.71


A
".4.



3.28
2.90.
**

2. 62
2.17
2.49
2.65
2.83
3.38

2.85
2.63
2.93
2.83
3.40
3.75
3.82
3.69
2.89
2.53
3.55
3.67
3.37
2.95
3.13
3.11
2.98
3.03
3.44
3.67
3.96
3.85
3.00
3.49



4.41
4.42
5.04


203 3.03 456 3.45 256 3.21


99 2.67 157 3.14 91 2.83


TOTAL SALES, FLORIDA ORANGES TOTAL SALES, FLORIDA ORANGES
EXCLUDING TEMPLES 659 CARS $3.32 Avg EXCLUDING TEMPLES 256 CARS $2.96 Avg


*- 4/5 Bushel Containers. Made available
through the cooperation of the Seald Sweet Growers Inc. & the Federal-State Market News Service.


45 -
WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FLORIDA ORANGES

1970-71 SEASON


2.32
1.95
2.68
3.50
3.34
3.1P
2.18
1.97

3.84
3.79
3.66
4.45
3.22

3.15
2.38
3.60


TOTALS





TABLE 30


46-

WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES-FLORIDA ORANGES

1970 1971 SEASON


BOSTON PITTSBURGH


INTERIOR INDIAN RIVER TEMPLES INTERIOR INDIAN RIVER TEMPLES
Week 4/5 BU.* 4/5 BU. 4/5 BU.* 4/5 BU.* 4/5 BU.* 4/5 BU.*
Ending CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG.


1970
Sept.18
25
Oct. 2
9
16
23
30
Nov. 6
13
20
27
Dec. 4
11
18
25
1971
Jan. 1
8
15
22
29
Feb. 5
12
19
26
Mar. 5
12
19
26
Apr. 2
9
16
23
30
May. 7
14
21
28
June 4
11
18
25
July 2
9
16
23
30


1.89
2.03
2.86
2.47
2.88
3.29
3.02
3.01
2.51
2.72





3.13
2.21




2.72




3.16







2.81



3.21


3.01





2.50
2.62
2.60
2.92

2.90
3.34

2.83
3.47
3.76
3.58
3.73
3.57
3.02
3.75
3.53
3.68
3.72
3.43
3.40
3.55
3.41
3.71
4.00
4.06
4.24
4.13
3.55
3.74
4.19
3.79
3.70
4.39


2.34




2.94
2.68
1.97
2.97
3.52
2.84
2.31
3.68
3.63
3.58
3.72
3.76
3.72
4.38
3.68




2.55


3.21



2.83
2.62
2.74
2.61
2.24
2.59
2.42
2.00
2.92
2.71
3.05

2.60
2.50
2.57
2.78
2.53
3.18


3.18
2.81
2.88
2.28

3.30
2.76

2.93
2.89
3.18
3.27
3.57
3.62
3.49
3.04
3.41


-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
2.80
-
-
-
-
-
~
-
-
-
3.48
-


4.84

2.41

2.80
3.02
3.27
3.18
2.76
3.32
3.60
4.63
3.71

4.29
3.84
3.07
4.08


TOTALS 24 2.71 54 3.51 31 3.19 49 2.77 2 3.14 28 3.36


TOTAL SALES FLORIDA ORANGES TOTAL SALES FLORIDA ORANGES
EXCLUDING TEMPLES 78 CARS $3.26 AVG. EXCLUDING TEMPLES 51 CAhp $2.78 AVG.

* 4/5 Bushel Containers.
Made Available
through the cooperation of the Seald Sweet Growers Inc. & the Federal-State Market News Service.





TABLE 30


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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES-FLORIDA ORANGES

1970 1971 SEASON


CHICAGO DETROIT

INTERIOR INDIAN RIVER TEMPLES INTERIOR INDIAN RIVER TEMPLES
WEEK 4/5 BU. 4/5 BU.* 4/5 BU.* 4/5 BU. 4/5 BU.* 4/5 BU.*
ENDING CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG.


1970
Sept.18
25
Oct. 2
9
16
23
30
Nov. 6
13
20
27
Dec. 4
11
18
25
1971
Jan. 1
8
15
22
29
Feb. 5
12
19
26
Mar. 5
12
19
26
Apr. 2
9
16
23
30
May 7
14
21
28
June 4
11
18
25
July 2
9
16
23
30


42.4

2.43

1.90


2.09


1.20
1.69





2.12


2.42


2.27





2.40



3.07

2.90



2.80


4.22




2.61
1.69
2.42
1.97
2.36

2.64
2.68



3 35
3.28
-


2.50
1.B6

2.25
3.42
2.41
2.31


2.62

2.47
1.57
2.20
1.63
2.69

2.86

3.23
1.81
2.12


2.91
2.81



3.23


2.54


2.68


2.39
2.54




2.22
2.19


2.75


3.32


3.52


3.83
4.07


3.30
2.01
2.76
2.44

2.82
2.77
2.35
2.28
2.79
4.04
4.28
4.14
4.05
4.74
3.69
2.77
3.00


TOTALS 11 2.00 6 2.64 23 2.39 20 2.37 11 2.60 64 2.85


TOTAL SALES, FLORIDA ORANGES TOTAL SALES, FLORIDA ORANGES
EXCLUDING TEMPLES 17 CARS $2.22 AVG. EXCLUDING TEMPLES 39 CARS $2.43 AVG.


* 4/5 Bushel Containers.
Made available
through the cooperation of the Seald Sweet Growers Inc. & the Federal-State Market News Service.






TABLE 30


WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES-FLORIDA ORANGES

1970 1971 SEASON


TOTAL ALL CITIES


INTERIOR INDIAN RIVER TEMPLES
WEEK CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG.
ENDING


1970
Sept. 318
25
Oct. 2
9
16
23
30
Nov. 6
13
20
27
Dec. 4
11
18
25
1971
Jan. 1
8
15
22
29
Feb. 5
12
19
26
Mar. 5
12
19
26
Apr. 2
9
16
23
30
May 7
14
21
28
June 4
11
18
25
July 2
9
16
23
30


3.79
4.52

3.09
2.47
2.57
3.19
2.92
2.94
2.58
2.42
2.32
2.59
2.84
2.47

2.34
1.93
2.28
3.16
2.87
3.32
3.20
2.71
2.56
2.13
2.74
3.01
3.11
2.98
2.94

3.02
2. 83
2.94
3.19
3.35
3.50
2.98
3.04
3.44
3.35
3.69
3.65
4.26
3.71
4.98


4.31


3.58
3.53
3.08
3.27
3.14
2.94
2.67
2.40
2.64
2.84
2.87
2.83

3.06
2.97
2.97
3.01
3.38
3.64
3.87
3.76
3.24
2.61
3.29
3.56
3.48
3.14
3.27
3.23
3.20
3.24
3.52
3.93
4.17
3.85
3.36
3.81
4.15
3.86
3.94
4.02
5.02
4.95
4.82


3.18
3.83
2.96


3.57
2.18
1.96
2.50
3.07
3.23
3.16
2.46
2.20
3.78
3.69
3.83
3.84
4.04
4.03
3.69
3.31
3.32
3.14
3.79
2.86
2.55


TOTALS 414 2.82 686 3.36 493 3.06


TOTAL SALES, FLORIDA ORANGES EXCLUDING TEMPLES 1100 CARS $3.16 AVG.


Made available
through the cooperation of the Seald Sweet Growers Inc. & the Federal-State Market News Service.


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TABLE 31


NEW YORK CITY

WHITE PINK
SEED SSEEDLESS SEED SEEDLESS
INTERIOR INDIAN INTERIOR INDIAN INTERIOR INDIAN INTERIOR INDIAN
Week RIVER RIVER RIVER RIVER
Ending CARS AVG.CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG.


1970
Sept. 18 - -
25 -
Oct. 2 2 4.87 -
9- -
16 -
23 -
30 -
Nov. 6- -
13 -
20 -
27- -
Dec. 4- -
11 -
18 -
25 -
Jan. 1- -
1971 8- -
15 -
22 -
29 -
Feb. 5- -
12 -
19 -
26 -
Mar. 5- -
12 -
19 -
26 -
Apr. 2- -
9- -
16 -
23 -
30 -
May 7 -
14 -
21 -
28 -
June 4- -
11 -
18 -
25 -
July 2- -
9- -
16 -
23 -
30 -


5.51

4.32
3.12
2.32
1.26
2.36




1.95

1.98


















3.16


4.50
4.63
4.72
5.39






6.60


1 7.25
10 5.24
14 3.85
8 2.83
15 2.74
13 2.67
14 2.73
9 2.85
14 3.19
15 2.49
18 2.60
18 3.12
22 2.82
13 2.65
8 3.18
13 3.66
20 3.18
4 3.46
12 3.68
18 3.38
24 3.26
21 3.04
28 2.71
26 2.75
22 3.11
20 3.48
25 3.02
25 3.08
25 3.37
19 3.54
20 3.60
25 3.52
30 3.43
20 4.10
17 4.81
18 4.99
18 4.79
12 5.07
10 5.79
11 5.20
4 6.49
7 6.08
2 6.48
3 4.84
2 6.38


- 1
1 4.78 2
- 5
- 1
- 1
- 1

- 1






- 1



- 1


- 2

-- 2 4.2 -
- - -
- - -



- - -






- - -


- -


- - -

-~~ -- -


TOTALS 2 4.87 34 3.70 693 3.51 1 4.78 2 4.29 16 3.15 424 3.97


TOTAL SALES, FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT, ALL VARIETIES & SECTIONS 1172 CARS $3.68 AVG.


Made available
through the cooperation of the Seald Sweet Growers Inc. & the Federal-State Market News Service.


49 -

WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT
1970-71 SEASON


6.00
4.24
2.96
2.72

2.26
1.67



1.56












2.37





3.03




3.78


1 7.21
4 4.84
3 4.00
3 2.97
3 2.89
3 3.24
9 2.61
7 2.74
4 3.17
9 2.59
10 2.58
9 3.13
12 2.72
10 2.70
9 2.80
8 3.36
11 3.29
8 3.35
8 3.56
5 3.81
11 3.61
11 3.35
11 3.23
10 3.04
11 3.73
12 3.52
15 3.25
10 3.43
10 3.62
11 4.01
14 3.68
21 3.56
15 3.55
9 4.34
10 5.17
19 4.94
16 4.80
12 5.12
15 6.10
16 5.93
13 6.71
7 5.96
5 5.99
4 5.37






TABLE 31


50 -

WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES-FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT

1970 1971 SEASON


PHILADELPHIA
WHITE PINK

SEED SEEDLESS SEED SEEDLESS

INTERIOR INDIAN INTERIOR INDIAN INTERIOR INDIAN INTERIOR INDIAN
Week RIVER RIVER RIVER RIVER
Aninrg CARS AVG CARS R AVG _PRA AVQ.. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG.


1970
SEPT. 25 -
Oct. 2 -
9-
10 -
23-
30-
Nov. 6 -
13-
20-
27-
Dec. 4 -
11 -
18 -
25-
Jan. 1 -
1971 8 -
15-
22-
29-
Feb. 5 -
12 -
19 -
26 -
Mar. 5-
12 -
19-
26-
Apr. 2-
9-
16-
23-
30 -
May 7 -
14 -
21 -
28 -
June 4-
11 -
18-
25-
July 2-
9-
16-
23-
30-


3.30
2.03
1.23
2.68
1.35

2.28










2.46


1.90







2.53



4.59
4.12
4.46


3.15
2.92
2.79
2.63
2.30
2.65
2.89
2.53
3.03
3.51
3.22
2.49
1.48
3.10
2.92
3.33
3.66
4.04
3.34
3.24
2.47
3.06
3.14
3.37
2.90
3.12
3.32
3.33
3.21
3.24
3.28
3.91
4.61
4.34
3.97
4.64
5.52
4.99
5.76

5.12


5.10

2.93

2.62
2.67
2.03
2.12
2.20
2 *
2.09
2.41





3.96





2.02


3.85
3.59
3.54
2.45
2.58
3.56
3.03
4.21
3.92
3.36
2.87
2.28
3.25
3.55
3.53
4.02
3.62
3.70
3.84
3.99
3.56
4.33
3.85
3.53
3.49
4.07
3.83
3.35
3.62
3.99
3.81
4.84
4.58
4.61
5.55
6.63
6.56

7.01
5.09


TOTALS 15 2.88 163 3.26 22 2.66 115 3.78

TOTAL SALES, FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT, ALL VARIETIES & SECTIONS 315 CARS $3.39 AVG.


Made available
through the cooperation of the Seald Sweet Growers Inc. & the Federal-State Market News Service.






TABLE 31


51 -

WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES-FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT

1970 1971 SEASON


B 0 S T.O N


WHITE PINK

SEED SEEDLESS SEED SEEDLESS


INTERIOR INDIAN INTERIOR INDIAN INTERIOR INDIAN INTERIOR INDIAN
WEEK RIVER RIVER RIVER RIVER
ENDING CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG.


1970
Sept.18 -
25-
OCT. 2
9-
16-
23-
30-
Nov. 6-
13-
20-
27-
Dec. 4-
11 -
18-
25-
Jan. 1 -
1971 8 -
15-
22-
29-
Feb. 5-
12 -
19 -
26 -
Mar. 5 -
12 -
19 -
26 -
Apr. 2 -
9-
16-
23-
30-
May 7-
14-
21-
28-
June 4-
11-
18 -
25-
July 2-
9-
16-
23-
30-


3.18
2.87
1.90
2.48


























4.39

4.76
4.75


3.20
2.48
2.67
2.80
3.41
2.84
2.93
3.06
3.02
3.17
2.96
3.24
3.33
3.20
3.65
3.44
3.31
3.46
3.20
2.80
3.33
3.10
3.39
3.21
2.96
3.18
3.30
3.20
3.47
3.91
4.01
4.48
4.38
4.78
5.24
5.19
4.62


3.57
2.84
2.81
2.44
2.44

























3.15
-



-


3.77




3.62
3.32
3.42
3.37
3.61
3.51
3.06
3.41
3.52
3.50
3.80
3.82
3.86
3.73
3.50
3.16
3.58
3.75
3.48
3.67
3.57
3.67
3.61
3.43
3.,58
4.46
4.49
5.25
5.43
5.20
5.85
6.29
5.62

4.24


TOTALS 10 3.32 96 3.31 7 2.82 64 3.86

TOTAL SALES, FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT, ALL VARIETIES & SECTIONS 177 CARS $3.49 AVG.


Made available
through the cooperation of the Seald Sweet Growers Inc. & the Federal-State Market News Service.






TABLE 31


52 -
WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES-FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT

1970 1971 SEASON


PITTSBURGH

WHITE PINK


SEED SEEDLESS SEED SEEDLESS

INTERIOR INDIAN INTERIOR INDIAN INTERIOR INDIAN INTERIOR INDIAN
Week RIVER RIVER RIVER RIVER
Ending CARS AVG, CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG.


19Y70
Sept.18 -
25 -
Oct. 2 -

23 -
30 -
Nov. 6 -
13 -
20 -
27 -
Dec. 4 -
11-
18 -
25-
Jan. 1 -
1971 8 -
15-
22-
29-
Feb. 5-
12-
19-
26-
Mar. 5-
12-
19-
26 -
Apr. 2-
9-
16-
23-
30 -
May 7-
14 -
21 -
28 -
June 4 -
11 -
18-
25-
July 2-
9-
16-
23-
30-


2.99



1.97



2.2






-



5.4

-


4.64
3.15
2.89
2.44
2.36

3.30
2.87
2.61
2.89
2.88
3.07
2.84
3.25
3.15
2.89
3.47
3.19
3.47
3.04
3.09
2.98
3.02
3.43
3.57
3.40
2.86
3.11
3.52
3.32
3.26
4.32
4.46
4.19
4.67



-


3.25
2.39

2.90

1.76

















2.68





4.17


3.38
2.52
2.34
2.94
2.50
2.53
3.10
3.11
4.23

3.61
3.64
3.19
3.53
3.15
3.48
3.50
3.70
3.35
3.49
3.91
3.81
3.75
3.59
3.79
3.80
4.03
4.39
4.84
4.47
4.95
5.55
5.66
6.37
5.60
5.94


TOTALS 4 3.17 124 3.22 9 2.80 67 3.80

TOTAL SALES, FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT, ALL VARIETIES & SECTIONS 204 CARS $3.39 AVG.


Made available
through the cooperation of the Seald Sweet Growers Inc. & the Federal-State Market News Service.






TABLE 31


53 -

WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES-FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT

1970 1971 SEASON


CHICAGO


WHITE PINK

SEED SEEDLESS SEED SEEDLESS

INTERIOR INDIAN INTERIOR INDIAN INTERIOR INDIAN INTERIOR INDIAN
RIVER RIVER RIVER RIVER
Week
Ending CARS AVfl CARS AVP. CARR AVX CARS AVrf CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG.
. 1 -


25
OCT. 2-
9 -
16 -
23 -
30 -
Nov. 6 -
13 -
20 -
27 -
Dec. 4 -
11 -
18 -
25 -
Jan. 1 -
1971 8-
15 -
22 -
29 -
Feb. 5-
12 -
19 -
26 -
Mar. 5-
12 -
19 -
26 -
Apr. 2-
9 -
16 -
23 -
30 -
May 7 -
14 -
21 -
28 -
June 4-
11 -
18 -
25 -
July 2-
9 -
16 -
23 -
30 -


3.52
2.80






























4.53
4.51
4.41
-


3.09
2.74
2.52
2.27
3.36
2.73
2.71
3.15
3.13
3.62
3.22
3.51
3.49
2.76
3.05
3.57
3.74
3.73
3.14
3.39
4.13
3.75
3.61
2.94
3.21
2.99
3.51
3.37
4.37
5.10
4.79
4.93
4.62
-


4.08



2.14
1.89
1.76


2.74
2.76
4.32
3.21
3.56
3.38
3.69
3.79
3.97
3.93
4.06
3.25
3.79
4.74
4.76
4.51
3.97
3.72
4.37
4.22
4.26
3.93
3.98
3.44
3.53
3.39


5.79
5.93


TOTALS 6 4.05 71 3.39 4 2.47 52 3.92


TOTAL SALES, FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT, ALL VARIETIES & SECTIONS 133 CARS $3.60 AVG.


Made available
through the cooperation of the Seald Sweet Growers Inc. & the Federal-State Market News Service.






TABLE 31


54 -

WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES-FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT

1970 1971 SEASON


DETROIT


WHITE PINK

SEED SEEDLESS SEED SEEDLESS

INTERIOR INDIAN INTERIOR INDIAN INTERIOR INDIAN INTERIOR INDIAN
Week RIVER RIVER RIVER RIVER
Ending CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG.


1970
Sept.18 -
25 -
Oct. 2 -
9-
16-
23-
30-
Nov. 6 -
13-
20-
27-
Dec. 4 -
11 -
18 -
25-
Jan. 1 -
1971 8 -
15-
22-
29-
Feb. 5 -
12-
19-
26-
Mar. 5 -
12-
19-
26 -
Apr. 2 -
9 -
16-
23-
30-
May 7 -
14-
21-
28-
June 4 -
11 -
18 -
25-
July 2 -
9 -
16-
23-
30-


2.13
1.35

2.23
2.11
1. 57








2.66
2.35




2.04









4.14

4.90


2.88
2.82


2.85
3.00
3.28
3.06
3.02
3.04
3.38
3.25
3.64
3.47
3.73
3.70
3.17
3.59
2.74
2.88
2.36

3.65
3.08
2.97
3.15
3.32
3.35
3.56
4.02
4.69
4.06
3.76


-


2.70
2.18

2.41
1.88
2.15






2.02


2.48
2.24




2.58


3.23
2.77
3.15


1.92

3.64
2.67

3.08
3.24
3.04

3.24
2.81
3.59
3.43

3.65
3.61
3.56
3.15
2.98
3.98
3.74
3.34
3.00

3.62
3.61
3.52
4.63
4.76
5.16
3.47
i


TOTALS 11 2.54 70 3.37 17 2.38 38 3.47

TOTAL SALES, FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT, ALL VARIETIES & SECTIONS 136 CARS $3.21 AVG.


Made available
through the cooperation of the Seald Sweet Growers Inc. & the Federal-State Market News Service.







TABLE 31


55 -

WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES-FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT

1970 1971 SEASON


TOTAL ALL CITIES

WHITE PINK


SEED SEEDLESS SEED SEEDLESS


INTERIOR INDIAN INTERIOR INDIAN INTERIOR INDIAN INTERIOR INDIAN
Week RIVER RIVER RIVER RIVER
Ending CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG.


1970
Sept.18 -
25-
Oct. 2 2
9-
16-
23-
30-
Nov. 6-
13-
20-
27-
Dec. 4-
11 -
18 -
25-
Jan. 1 -
1971 8 -
15-
22-
29-
Feb. 5-
12-
19-
26-
Mar. 5-
12-
19-
26-
Apr. 2-
9-
16-
23-
30 -
May 7 -
14 -
21 -
28 -
June 4-
11 -
18-
25-
July 2-
9-
16-
23-
30-


-
-

4.87
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-


- -




-- -


- -
















2 -.2


5.51

4.32
3.19
2.42
1.44
2.47
2.04
2.04
2.08

;.95

1.98


2.25


2.55
2.35
2.46


1.90
2.04







2.85


4.46
4.52
4.59
5.10







6.60


7.25
5.24
3.86
2.88
2.80
2.62
2.58
2.78
3.16
2.62
2.73
3.12
2.93
2.79
2.73
3.52
3.18
3.15
3.57
3.41
3.31
3.17
2.77
2.84
3.11
3.42
3.12
3.13
3.21
3.37
3.49
3.41
3.42
4.09
4.69
4.65
4.51
4.95
5.71
5.18
6.06
6.08
6.03
4.84
6.38


-
-

4.78
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-


5.55
4.24
3.05
2.49(
2.72
2.55
2.03
2.03
1.98

1.83
2.41


2.02


3.22
2.24





2.25


2.96
2.77
3.15
3.03



4.17
3.57


7.21
4.84
4.00
3.31
3.07
3.33
2.53
2.66
3.43
2.74
2.90
3.27
3.09
2.99
2.75
3.44
3.44
3.37
3.68
3.80
3.73
3.59
3.47
3.23
3.76
3.72
3.51
3.53
3.67
3..88
3.60
3.57
3.71
4.26
4.99
4.96
4.80
5.21
6.14
5.96
6.59
6.09
5.61
5.37


TOTALS 2 4.87 2 4.29 00 3.34 1217 3.42 1 4.78 75 2.72 760 3.89


TOTAL SALES, FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT, ALL VARIETIES & SECTIONS


2137 CARS $3.56 AVG.


Made available
through the cooperation of the Seald Sweet Growers Inc. & the Federal-State Market News Service.





TABLE 32


56-

WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES-FLORIDA TANGERINES

1970 1971 SEASON


NEW YORK PHILA- BOSTON PITTSBURGH CHICAGO DETROIT TOTAL ALL
DELPHIA CITIES
4/5 BU.* 4/5 BU.* 4/5 BU.* 4/5 BU.* 4/5 BU.* 4/5 BU.* 4/5 BU.*
Week CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG. CARS AVG.
Endi n
1970
Oct. 9 3 6.78 1 3.43 4 5.94
16 6 4.62 1 5.23 7 7.41
23 9 5.14 2 4.26 11 4.98
30 9 5.83 4 5.09 1 5.59 14 5.60
Nov. 6 22 4.02 6 3.77 1 4.17 2 4.23 1 4.67 2 1.54 34 3.87
13 24 3.21 10 2.71 4 3.28 3 2.99 2 3.03 5 2.26 48 2.99
20 35 3.40 17 2.36 4 3.05 2 3.12 1 2.46 8 2.48 67 2.98
27 28 3.58 9 3.38 3 3.21 2 2.74 7 2.64 49 3.35
Dec. 4 25 3.07 13 2.84 2 3.42 4 3.13 3 2.71 2 3.38 49 3.02
11 34 2.94 14 2.99 6 2.76 8 3.03 9 2.80 71 2.93
18 22 4.00 14 3.81 3 3.55 8 3.47 3 2.76 4 3.58 54 3.75
1971 25 23 5.48 10 4.98 4 5.41 1 4.53 3 4.97 41 5.29
Jan. 1 18 5.81 4 5.23 1 5.53 1 5.00 1 5.37 25 5.66
8 26 4.34 6 4.42 2 4.56 5 4.12 2 4.29 41 4.33
15 34 3.36 10 3.69 3 3.93 7 2.82 7 3.08 61 3.35
22 25 3.07 17 2.46 5 2.61 6 2.77 7 2.06 12 2.38 72 2.66
29 23 4.51 5 3.21 4 2.77 6 2.81 2 2.36 4 3.13 44 3.75
Feb. 5 10 4.87 1 3.60 1 5.31 1 2.92 13 4.66
12 7 5.06 1 3.99 2 4.78 10 4.90
19 10 4.91 1 3.29 11 4.77
26 11 3.89 6 3.32 1 3.12 1 4.15 1 3.39 20 3.67
Mar. 5 10 3.81 1 2.76 1 3.60 1 2.54 13 3.62
12 14 3.73 14 3.73
19 5 4.08 5 4.08
26 5 6.40 5 6.40
Apr. 2 8 5.95 1 4.83 1 4.06 10 5.65
9 10 6.02 1 5.58 11 5.98
16 9 6.01 2 5.77 1 4.26 12 5.82
23 8 6.40 2 5.86 10 6.29
30 2 7.33 2 7.33
May 7 2 8.17 2 8.17
14 1 6.60 1 6.60
21 1 2.99 1 2.99

TOTALS 477 4.19 158 3.47 43 3.29 64 3.48 20 2.66 70 2.91 832 3.81


TANGERINES - - - -832 Cars $3.81 AVG. Satsumas 3 $2.14
Includes in Tangerines Total the following: Clementines 1 $1.44
Tangerines (Straight) 511 $3.95 Total All 932 $3.81
Tangelos 215 $2.92
Murcotts 102 $5.03

* 4/5 Bushel Containers

Made available
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TABLE 33


FLORIDA AUCTION SALES, SEASONS 1961-62-1970-71

ORANGES


SEASON
THRU
July 31 Cars
1970-71 Avg.

July 31 Cars
1969-70 Avg.

Aug. 1 Cars
1968-69 Avg.

July 26 Cars
1967-68 Avg.

July 28 Cars
1966-67 Avg.

July 29 Cars
1965-66 Avg.

July 30 Cars
1964-65 Avg.

July 31 Cars
1963-64 Avg.

July 26 Cars
1962-63 Avg.

July 27 Cars
1961-62 Avg.


SEASON
THRU
July 31 Cars
1970-71 Avg.

July 31 Cars
1969-70 Avg.

Aug. 1 Cars
1968-69 Avg.

July 26 Cars
1967-68 Avg.

July 28 Cars
1966-67 Avg.

July 29 Cars
1965-66 Avg.

July 30 Cars
1964-65 Avg.

July 31 Cars
1963-64 Avg.

July 26 Cars
1962-63 Avg.

July 27 Cars
1961-62 Avg.


N. Y.
659
3.32

592
3.05

501
3.40

760
3.45

777
2.39

1044
2.91

1028
3.22

1052
7.95

1224
8.02

1361
5.28


N. Y.

1172
3.68

1108
3.47

1131
2.94

1332
3.30

1824
2.43

1545
2.98

1642
3.07

1815
6.19

2007
6.00

1980
4.66


PHILA.
256
2.96

259
2.71

263
2.93

330
3.05

303
2.68

405
2.68

372
2.94

331
7.64

393
7.41

532
4.83


PHILA.

315
3.39

409
3.18

376
2.55

286
3.02

428
2.09

341
2.70

459
2.60

411
5.79

460
5.52

481
4.01


BOST. PITTS. CLEVE.
78 51 -
3.26 2.78 -

55 45 -
2.72 2.53 -

46 35 -
3.08 3.01 -

115 68 -
3.36 3.04 -

107 70 -
2.34 2.14 -

131 56 -
2.83 2.55 -

140 83 1
3.14 2.79 2.62

159 70 14
7,64 7.04 6.96

223 55 36
7.80 6.89 6.36

206 108 50
5.20 4.77 4.74

GRAPEFRUIT
BOST. PITTS. CLEVE.

177 204 -
3.49 3.39 -

179 202 -
3.14 3.29 -

135 187 -
2.52 2.75 -

244 158 -
3.15 3.13 -


303
2.20

225
2.81

274
2.77

222
5.85

322
5.49

395
3.99


223
2.41

171
2.90

183
2.92

181
6.00

223
5.77

226
4.56


81
5.36

122
5.48

113
4.49


CHIC.

17
2.22

10
2.15

3
2.50

6
3.09

13
1.83

26
2.49

45
2.74

6
5.95

58
7.07

77
4.58


CHIC.

133
3.60

118
3.52

125
2.98

131
3.46

191
2.58

133
3.05

189
3.29

188
6.49

313
6.20

359
4.80


ST.


5.1


4.1


ST.


6.1


6.;


3.7


L. DETR.
- 39
- 2.43

S 32
2.31

S 37
S 2.73

S 57
S 3.01

S 78
S 2.06

S 108
S 2.53

S 107
2.74

54
S 7.08

9 55
15 6.01

L5 160
L4 4.98


L. DETR.

136
3.21

116
3.05

134
2.59

86
3.26

154
2.32

116
2.88

207
2.90

11 141
L7 6.02

57 196
20 5.85

L8 192
74 4.41


Cleveland and St. Louis No Auction sales during 1970-71 Season.
Prices based on 4/5 Bushel Containers, effective with 1964-65 Season.
Made available
through the cooperation of the Seald Sweet Growers Inc. & the Federal-State Market News Service.


TOTAL
1100
3.16

993
2.88

885
3.19

1336
3.30

1348
2.28

1770
2.80

1776
3.09

1696
7.78

2053
7.73

2509
5.09


TOTAL

2137
3.56

2132
3.35

2088
2.80

2237
3.24

3123
2.37

2531
2.91

2954
2.97

3050
6.09

3700
5.88

3773
4.49


- 57 -





58 -

FLORIDA AUCTION SALES. SEASONS 1961-62-1970-71 (Cont'd)


SEASON
Cars
1970-71 Avg.

ears
1969-70 Avg.

Cars
1968-69 Avg.

Cars
1967-68 Avg.

Cars
1966-67 Avg.

Cars
1965-66 Avg.

Cars
1964-65 Avg.

Cars
1963-64 Avg.

Cars
1962-63 Avg.

Cars
1961-62 Avg.


SEASON
Cars
1970-71 Avg.

Cars
1969-70 Avg.

Cars
1968-69 Avg.

Cars
1967-68 Avg.

Cars
1966-67 Avg.

Cars
1965-66 Avg.

Cars
1964-65 Avg.

Cars
1963-64 Avg.

Cars
1962-63 Avg.

Cars
1961-62 Avg.


N. Y.
256
3.21

289
3.21

147
3.68

296
3.57

348
2.50

359
2.99

321
3.48

370
4.08

22E
4.27

422
2.94


N.Y.
477
4.19

505
4,21

465
4.38

573
4.98

732
3.21

635
3.75

606
3.98

563
4.55

467
4.52

921
3.83
Temple


PHILA.
91
2.83

90
3.07

57
3.61

101
3.43

113
2.47

112
2.91

112
3.39

69
3.82

57
4.16

116
2.73


PHILA.
158
3.47

149
3.40

173
3.93

146
4.29

211
2.92

172
3.45

197
3.42

143
4.01

97
4.08


TEMPLES
BOST. PITTS. CLEI
31l 28
3.19 3.36


IE.


35 24
3.27 3.24

10 14
3.92 3.43

37 30
3.51 3.34

38 30
2.21 2.53

41 21
2.77 2.91

28 23
3.45 3.27

24 13 2
4.03 3.96 2.94

26 9 5
4.04 4.36 3.43

34 18 6
2.92 2.63 2.76

TANGERINES
BOST. PITTS. CLEVE.
43 84 -
3.29 3.48

10 71
3.45 3.60

12 57 -
2.83 3.67

10 56 -
3.45 4.50

24 82
2.44 2.87

32 54 -
2.64 3.43 -

28 50 -
3.14 3.14 -

9 28 8
2.53 3.58 4.11

10 20 13
3.95 4.10 3.94


218 20 54 8
3.43 3.09 3.41 3.24
& Tangerine Averages based on


4,


CHIC.
23
2.39

25
2.56

7
3.52

21
3.31

25
2.24

33
3.09

35
3.24



34
4.44

66
2.93


CHIC.
20
2.66

22
3.29

13
2.57

4
3.58

24
2.94

26
3.47

18
3.06

21
3.13

23.
4.10

71
3.29
/5 Bushel


ST. L. DETR. TOTAL
64 493
2.85 3.06


1
1.93


42
3.08

15
3.16

34
3.06

36
2.32

25
2.96

26
3.31

7
3.86

11
3.78

40
2.77


3T. L. DETR.
70
2.91

53
2.93

57
3.35

50
4.10

92
2.65

99
3.18

102
3.41

38
3.76

2 31
3.49 3.46

6 55
3.15 3.64
Containers.


505
3.15

250
3.62

519
3.48

590
2.46

591
2.96

545
3.43

485
4.02

370
4.23

703
2.88


TOTAL
832
3.81

810
3.89

777
4.10

839
4.74

1165
3.07

1018
3.60

1001
3.73

810
4.32

663
4.37

1353
3.69


Made Available
through the cooperation of the Seald Sweet Growers Inc. & the Federal-State Market News Service.


TABLE 33





TABLE 34


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DELIVERED CANNERY PRICES

1970-71 SEASON

Advertising and Inspection tax not included

II
I O RANGES GRAPEFRUIT
Week
Ending I CONCENTRATE I CANNED JUICE CANNED JUICE
S Average Price Single Strength Single Strength
Average Price Average Price


1970

Oct. 3
10
17
24
31
Nov. 7
14
21
28
Dec. 5
12
19
26
1971
Jan. 2
9
16
23
30
Feb. 6
13
20
27
Mar. 6
13
20
27
Apr. 3
10
17
24
May 1
8
15
22
29
June 5
12
19
26
July 3
10
17
24
31
Aug. 7
14
21
28
Season Average


Per Box
$
-







1.15
1.17
1.18
1.21
1.30

1.35
1.39
1.40
1.45
1.48
1.56
1.71
1.91
2.08
2.18
2.17
2.19
2.16
2.22
2.27
2.40
2.57
2.75
2.89
2.99
3.12
3.25
3.32
3.39
3.42
3.55
3.63
3.65
3.38
3.85


2.07


Per Box
$

1.99
1.98
1.87
1.94
1.96
1.94
1.98
1.93
1.88
1.77
1.77
1.83


Per Box
$



1.14
.99
.90
1.01
1.16
1.10
1.14
1.14
1.17
1.15

1.17
1.23
1.30
1.33
1.35
1.44
1.61
1.75
1.59
1.70
1.86
1.93
1.87
1.99
2.09
2.11
2.44
2.27
2.31
2.70
2.76
2.90
3.10
2.62


1.83
1.82
1.80
1.78
1.94
1.85
1.85
1.94
2.07
2.08
2.20
2.37
2.41
2.52
2.52
2.58
2.57
2.58
2.64
2.72
2.49
2.50
2.36
2.29











2.05


1.61


Made available
Florida Canners' Association,


--


Winter Haven, Florida.


through the courtesy of the





TABLE 35


CANNERY CONSOLIDATED REPORT

SEASON 1970-71


NUMBER OF FIELD BOXES USED:
Grapefruit for Sections
Salad
"Juice
"Blend
"Frozen Cone.
SProcessed Cone.
"Frozen Blended Cone.
S Chilled Juice
"Chilled Sections &
Salads


TOTAL Boxes


of Grapefruit
for all uses


2,332,785
101,643
14,572,601
672,086
6,729,261
83,152
6,891
2,348,003

1,090,841


27,937,263


Oranges
I!

II

It
it


Juice
Blend
Salad
Sections
Frozen Cone.
Processed Cone.
Frozen Blended Cone.
Chilled Juice
Chilled Sections &
Salads


TOTAL Boxes of Oranges
for all uses


7,667,799
863,678
77,447
13,845
103,521,122
24,668
8,288
19,771,503

703,534


132,651,884


Tangerines for Tangerine Juice 25,294
Tangerines for Frozen Tangerine 1,000,427


TOTAL Boxes of Tangerines for all uses 1,025,721



CASH PRICES PAID PER BOX FOR GRAPEFRUIT DELIVERED PROCESSING PRICES SINGLE STRENGTH:

For Sections For Salad For Juice For Blend Grapefruit
White Pink

1.90255 2.52057 2.04965 2.01816 2.08237 1.86481


CASH PRICES PAID PER BOX FOR ORANGES DELIVERED PROCESSING PRICES SINGLE STRENGTH:

For Juice For Blend For Salad For Sections

1.61310 1.49967 2,82426

Season's Average Price Paid for Oranges Used for Frozen Orange Concentrate 2.06815

Season's Average Price Paid for Grapefruit Used for Frozen Grapefruit Concentrate 2.15464

CASH PRICES PAID PER BOX FOR CHILLED CITRUS PRODUCTS:

Chilled Orange Juice Chilled Grapefruit Juice Chilled Gfrt. Sections Chilled Gfrt. Salad
2.15280 2.11505 1.92388 2.02165


SEASON THRU 8/28/71

Furnished through the courtesy of the Florida Canners' Association, Winter Haven, Florida.


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FLORIDA PRODUCTION OF CANNED CITRUS
1970-71 SEASON
Actual Cases -


CONVERTED TO 24/2 CANS:
Sw Gfrt Sections
Unsw Gfrt Sections
Broken Sections
Citrus Salad
Orange Sections
Tangerine Juice


3,235,547
561,023
182,412
300,556
25,563
56,067


Sw Gfrt Juice
Unsw Gfrt Juice *
Sw Orange Juice
Unsw Orange Juice
Sw Blended Juice
Unsw Blended Juice
Converted Totals
*Includes Reconstitutes


FLORIDA PRODUCTION OF CITRUS CONCENTRATE
COERTD I FROZEN PROCESSED I FROZEN PROCESSED I FROZEN I FROZEN
CONVERGE I ORANGE ORANGE GRAPEFRUIT GRAPEFRUIT I BLEND I TANGERINE
TOTAL SIZES
Converted to
Gallons 101,402,521 27,830 2,120,653 89,004 189,758 137,030
Bulk Gallons 69,379,912 6,585,896 13,988 1,154,649
Gross Gallons 170,782,433 27,830 8,706,549 89,00'. 203,746 1,291,679
Less Repro-
cessed Gallons 45,594,984 1,836,944 185,833 201,797
NET GALLONS 125,187,449 27,830 6,869,605 89,00e.- 17,913 1,089,882
Imported
Gallons 5,879,341 -
TOTAL GALLONS 131,066,790 27,830 6,869,605 89,004 17,913 1,089,882

FLORIDA PROCESSED CONCENTRATED ORANGE JUICE & FROZEN CONCENTRATED ORANGE JUICE
& FROZEN GRAPEFRUIT 1961-62 1970-71, INCLUSIVE

I PROCESSED I FROZEN I FROZEN
Year I CONCENTRATED I *CONCENTRATED I CONCENTRATED
I ORANGE JUICE # I ORANGE JUICE # GRAPEFRUIT '
1961-62 277,501 116,081,547 3,162,798
1962-63 54,360 51,647,737 2,323,381
1963-64 41,108 53,674,426 2,572,655
1964-65 69,763 88,868,804 3,999,367
1965-66 48,506 70,831,316 3,970,546
1966-67 119,027 93,686,282 5,358,074
1967-68 22,374 83,697,0.:7 1,013,964
1968-69 31,126 103,750,060 5,919,679
1969-70 34,293 124,947,460 4,293,843
1970-71 27,830 125,187,449 6,869,605
* Does not include Imported Gallons. # Net Gallons.
FLORIDA PROCESSED CONCENTRATED GRAPEFRUIT. FROZEN BLENDED CONCENTRATE
AND FROZEN TANGERINE CONCENTRATE 1961-62 1970-71. INCLUSIVE

S PROCESSED FROZEN PROCESSED I FROZEN
Year GRAPEFRUIT BLEND BLEND AND TANGERINE
I I TANGERINE I
1961-62 116,171 266,598 3,989 1,370,187
1962-63 36,340 53,242 20,821 204,458
1963-64 21,375 130,430 1,495,495
1964-65 54,946 69,599 1,153,569
1965-66 30,539 50,487 715,490
1966-67 32,011 29,099 1,119,869
1967-68 10,349 581,966
1968-69 38,742 36,310 1,050,946
1969-70 39,752 16,285 785,150
1970-71 89,004 17,913 1,089,882

SEASON THRU 8/28/71
Furnished through the courtesy of the Florida Canners' Association, Winter Haven, Fla.


2,128,650
18,796,321
4,081,875
8,615,685
674,545
1.806.077
40,464,321


TABLE 36


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TABLE 37


CONTAINERS BY KIND OF CITRUS

SEASON AUG. 1. 1970 JULY 31. 1971

In Terms of 1 3/5 Bu. Boxes -


I I I I
Container GRAPEFRUIT i ORANGES TANGERINES i TOTAL
Description Indian I I Indiani I Indian I I Indian
I Interior I River I Interior I River I Interiorl River IInterior I River

NAILED BOXES
4/5 Bu. (1/2 Bx) -

WIREBOUND BOXES
1 3/5 Bu Bx 318 712 1,030
4/5 Bu (l/2 Bx) 18,619 3,320,825 582,533 3,645,907 104,610 6,985,351 687,143

MESH BAGS
20 b (/4 Bx -
8 lb. 110 Bx -
5 lb. 1/16 Bx -
4 lb. 1/20 Bx -

FILM BAGS
2 lb Vexar 65 65
8 lb /10Bx Vx 72,181 125 269,426 3 341,610 125
5 lb l/16Bx" 1,209,290 29,567 2,419,566 10,641 58 3,628,914 40,208
8 lb 1/OBx 134,376 21,262 356,404 5,293 490,780 26,555
5 lb 1/16Bx 2,311,842 355,049 2,281,625 132,006 342 4,593,809 487,055

CORRUGATED BOXES
1 3/5 Bu(1 -
1 Bu (/8 Bx -
4/5 Bu( /2Bx 8,725,277 13,085,627 13,005,251 3,221,365 938,413 16,879 22,668,941 16,323,871
2/5 Bu( /4Bx 3,277 97 10,748 339 240 14,265 436
3/4 Bu(7/16Bx) -

CONSUMER -

GRAND TTL. INT 12,475,180 21,664,557 4,585,028 38,724,765
By Containers I.R. 13,491,727 3,952,177 121,489 17,565,393

BULK 269,152 658,126 1,045,422 364,658 28,462 8,144 1,343,036 1,030,928


TOTAL
Interior

Indian River


12,744,332

14,149,853


22,709,979


4,613,490


4,316,835


40,067,801


129,633


Made available
through the courtesy of the Citrus Inspection Division, Winter Haven, Florida.


18,596,321


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TABLE 37


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CONTAMINRS BY KIND OF CITRUS


SEASON AU 1 1970 J 1


In Terms of 1-3/5 Bu. Boxes.
(State Wide)


I I I I
Container Description GRAPEFRUIT I ORANGES I TANGERINES | TOTAL

NAILED BOXES
4/5 Bu. (1/2 Bx.) -

WIREBOUND BOXES
1-3/5 Bu (1 Bx.) 318 712 1,030
4/5 Bu (1/2 Bx) 18,619 3,903,358 3,750,517 7,672,494
MESH BAGS
20 lb. 1/4 Bx) -
8 lb. 1/10 Bx) -
5 lb. 1/16 Bx -
4 lb. 1/20 Bx) -

FILM BAGS
2 b.exar 6 65
8 lb. 1/10 Bx Vexar 72,306 269,426 3 341,735
5 lb. 1/16 Bx 1,238,857 2,430,207 58 3,669,122
8 lb. 1/10 Bx 155,638 361,697 517,335
5 lb. 1/16 Bx 2,666,891 2,413,631 342 5,080,864

CORRUGATED BOXES
1-3/5 Bu (1 Bx) -
1 Bu (5/8 Bx) -
4/5 Bu (1/2 Bx) 21,810,904 16,226,616 955,292 38,992,812
2/5 Bu (1/4 Bx "3;374 11,087 240 14,701
3/4 Bu (7/16 Bx) -

CONSUMER -

GRAND TOTAL
By Containers 25,966,907 25,616,734 4,706,517 56,290,158

BULK 927,278" 1,410,080 36,606 2,373,964

TOTAL
Interior &
Indian River 26,894,185 27,026,814 4,743,123 58,664,122


Made available
Citrus Inspection


C lid t d Re t


through the courtesy of the


Division, Winter Haven, Florida.





TABLE 38


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FLORIDA CITRUS INVENTORY OF COMMERCIAL TREES BY VARIETY & YEAR SET AS OF DEC. 1969

1966 Thru 1969


Type of Fruit Total 1966 1967 1968 1969 Nn- TOTAL
Bearing I I I I IBearing
1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
ORANGES: Trees Trees Trees fees Trees Trees Trees
Early 14,636.0 1,022.5 468.6 154.3 219.3 1,864.7 16,500.7

Midseason 11,343.8 875.3 469.3 141.0 120.7 1,606.3 12,950.1
Late 23,394.8 1,116.9 1,049.7 342.6 456.9 2,966.1 26,360.9
Unidentified 29.6 101.8 516.8 602.9 738.7 1,960.2 1,969.8

Total 49,404.2 3,116.5 2,504.4 1,240.8 1,535.6 8,397.3 57,801.5
GRAPEFRUIT

SEEDY 1,644.0 28.7 60.7. 7.8 1.9 99.1 1,743.1
White Seedless 3,336.7 632.9 433.0 119.0 30.4 1,215.3 4,552.0
Pink Seedless 1,762.3 157.8 160.1 80.5 14.9 413.3 2,175.6

Unidentified 3.6 10.9 158.4 134.8 147.0 451.1 454.7

Total 6,746.6 830.3 812.2 342.1 194.2 2,178.8 8,925.4
SPECIALTY:

Temple 1,829.9 149.5 96.8 26.9 5.0 278.2 2,108.1

Tangelo 1,635.7 381.6 296.6 108.3 51.0 837.5 2,473.2
Tangerines 1,471.8 170.9 114.2 36.7 35.9 357.7 1,829.5
Murcotts 942.2 119.8 45.8 42.7 10.6 218.9 1,161.1

OTHER 1,724.2 201.8 143.0 189.0 105.8 639.6 2,363.8

ALL CITRUS 63,754.6 4,970.4 4,013.0 1,986.5 1,938.1 12,908.0 76,662.6

Made available through the courtesy of Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting Service.







PLORIDA CITRTJS: INVENTORY OF COMMERICAL ACREAGE BY VARIETY & YEAR SET. AS OF DEC 1969

Acreage Shown By Estimated Year In Which Set


Type of Fruit gTotl 1966 1967 1968 1969 n TOTAL
iBearing I I Bearing I

Acreg Acres Acres Acres Acres Acres Acres

ORANGES:
Early 187,709 10,521 4,377 1,293 1,817 18,008 205,717

Midseason 144,342 8,418 4,165 1,288 968 14,839 159,181
Late 303,717 10,897 9,475 3,315 4,004 27,691 331,408
Unidentified 360 1,164 5,179 5,566 7,231 19,140 19,500

TOTAL 636,128 31,000 23,196 11,462 14,020 79,678 715,806

GRAPEFRtTT:

SEEDY 25,075 397 661 101 21 1,180 26,255

White Seedless 47,194 7,233 5,202 1,486 383 14,304 61,498

Pink Seedless 26,396 1,828 1,735 1,040 165 4,768 31,164

Unidentified 37 121 1,822 1,530 1,623 5,096 5,133

TOTAL 98,702 9,579 9,420 4,157 2,192 25,348 124,050

SPECIALTY:
Temple 21,779 1,450 833 251 52 2,586 24,365

Tangelo 18,119 3,446 2,572 869 479 7,368 25,487

Tangerine 18,577 1,659 1,010 392 248 3,309 21,886

Murcott 9,182 984 424 356 83 1,847 11,029
Other 14,651 1,446 976 1,152 623 4,197 18,848

ALL CITRUS 817,138 49,566 38,431 18,639 17,697 124,333 941,471

Made available through the courtesy of Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting Service.


TABLE 39


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TABLE 40


FT. RIDA CTTTUS: ESTIMATED COUNTY PRODUCTION FOR 1969-70 CROP YEAR


Counties I ALL ALL I I ALL
by I Oranges I Grapefruit Temples ITangelos ITangerines IMurcotts Citu
Areas I I I II itr
1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
BOXES BOXES BOXES BOXES BOXES BOXES BOXES
EAST COAST
Brevard 3,127 1,107 125 66 3 7 4,435
Browara 865 132 10 18 1 1,026
Indian River 2,961 4,645 230 76 6 43 7.961
Martin 1,896 184 47 19 1 4 2,151
Palm Beach 576 178 75 40 1 17 887
St. Lucie 5,667 4,924 775 154 18 63 11,601
UPPER INTERIOR
Lake 21,499 4,884 1,140 915 551 272 29,261
Marion 3,056 196 18 26 33 3,329
Orange 12,810 1,242 894 321 471 95 15,833
Osceola 2,889 327 118 42 97 32 3,505
Putnam 995 30 1 78 7 1,111
Seminole 2,319 166 29 87 158 24 2,783
Sumter 477 15 2 494
Volusia 2,520 334 19 17 194 2 3,086
Other 112 1 2 7 122
LOWER INTERIOR
Charlotte 655 79 34 13 3 6 790
Collier 326 4 8 3 3 344
DeSoto 3,656 340 17 71 36 28 4,148
Glades 173 1 174
Hardee 9,111 30? 39 77 65 28 9,623
Hendry 1,842 239 60 14 17 2,172
Highlands 7,393 2,211 393 81 132 37 10,247
Lee 445 131 20 1 597
Okeechobee 304 57 5 5 4 5 380
Polk 31,477 12,889 850 217 821 119 46,373
WEST COAST
Citrus 358 14 7 5 10 3 397
Hernando 1,222 50 3 9 66 30 1,380
Hillsborough 8,957 877 117 59 116 88 10,214
Manatee 2,171 551 54 112 1 14 2,903
Pasco 6,575 400 79 28 97 48 7,227
Pinellas 1,027 805 30 8 11 1,881
Sarasota 239 86 4 13 3 345

TOTAL 137,700 37,400 5,200 2,500 3,000 980 186,780

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