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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
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 27 cm.
Language: English
Creator: United States -- Dept. of Agriculture. -- Production and Marketing Administration
United States -- Agricultural Marketing Service
United States -- Consumer and Marketing Service
Florida -- Marketing Bureau Section
Florida -- Marketing Bureau
Federal-State Market News Service
United States -- Bureau of Agricultural Economics
United States -- War Food Administration
Florida -- Dept. of Agriculture. -- Division of Marketing
Publisher: The Service
Place of Publication: Washington D.C
Publication Date: 1945-1946
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Subject: Farm produce -- Marketing -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Citrus fruit industry -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Citrus fruits -- Marketing -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
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Statement of Responsibility: Market News Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Agricultural Economics, Division of Fruits and Vegetables and the Florida State Marketing Bureau.
Issuing Body: Issued by: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, War Food Administration, 1942-1944; by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Production and Marketing Administration, 1944-1953; by U.S. Dept of Agriculture, Agricultural Marketing Service, 1938-1942/1953-1964; by Federal-State Market News, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Consumer and Marketing Service, Florida Dept. of Agriculture, Division of Marketing, Marketing Bureau, 1964-
General Note: Place of publication varies : Lakeland, Fla. 1937-
General Note: Description based on: 1925/26; title from cover.
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la k land, Florida and fram aone
dpozbta released by the Prodnucti n and Marlket-
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Pladt Board; the Tflrida Citrus Coaission and
the Departent of Agricultural Economics, 'Agri
kBp. Sta., University of florida.
Shgients. unloads and other similar
data for the 1945-46 season are subject to e,.
vision on account of late amd corrected reports
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Z till be pf aosv r value to th6 Industry.
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Daily market reports on citrus
.were issued at Lakaland, Florida from-Oct. 8,
1945 to May 31, 1946, inclusive,





For the foth epsecutive year, Florida cane through with another record Ireaking
citrus season in 5t-Ar she total production of oranges, grapefruit nd tanrines ws
O 8,000,000 boxes and a cbmnery out-put equaled 41,823,902 boxes, each far ecelng y
previous season's anouat. Prices, to, were maintained generally at higer levels for the
entire year as a result of continued active consumer da~and, less competition from .-
fornia citrus and such c eating comodities as pples, pears, bananas, pinepples and a
.strong supportigg orange juice price hiib tcMrse the end of the season materially owtbid
fresh channels (uater restrictions) for the remaining supplies. Florida oranges on
the 10 auctions averaged 4,58 for all sections ad containers, te highest since .1929..
or in 18 years; and tangerines, wit the most pxalonged shipping period on reo rd. paid off
with a season action avrae of 82.61 per 47S bu. box or equivalent to $5 22 per
standard box, the 4bghest in 18 years and broke into the processing field with a. 'bang' .
Giapefruit, while iot in. the same class with oranges and tiaaae s in breaking price re-
cors, exceeded all other years with the highest production r the history of bhe Industry,
and the total grose returai were the hieuast of any season. 'p orts-of fresh citrus were
b a m es d in a. li hted volume with distribution restricted. Plans have bee' made by
t re trade for future activities when the hange control and import regulations of other
ions are lifted and shipping facilities again app ch nominal. Among other -proyising
new developments were frosn concentrated orange, uipce,. conversion of orange juice into dry
S powdered for, house delivery of orange juice trouh retail dairy'~haainels and the coa-
mercial use o seeds in he manufactureof oil. All of these new phases are aa.yet only. in
the primary stages of tentative potential development
She nlorida citrus industry was faced with nW serious marketing lobwleas, however,
w. 4rouou t the season. fTo b40in with, there was thea difficult job of handling a crop with
the largest proportion of l e bloom fruit ever experienced. In fact, it was 4 season of
multiple bloom, due principally to the prolonged drought extending to late Tune 19*I5 0nd,
S the general early prediction were that florida would be shipping oranges and graetpruit
all summer long.. Govezwsnbt purchases of processed citrus were veby light, only a sumill
fraction 'of the 1944-45 volume. Ceiling prices on, off end 'on again re titled over
and held the spotlight at various times. All fresh fut ceilings on oranes, grofruit
and tangerines were suspended for a proposed trial period, beginning Nov. 19, 1945 but a
combination of ciroumstances which 'included active consumer demand, .good clean-up of sup-
plies during and immediately a$qllowing the Qhristmas Holiidays, tenporaxy light receipts at










receiving centers and unfavorable w. a t .p nts, .resulted in sufficiently high
prices that ceiliaga were agAn. rei*aait _-Wd rained in effect until July
No price cont-ol 1pgislatio t A lt to July 25th, bat.ceilings were
again effective beginning July 5W.^ not,' 5 the Stablixation Administrator of
the Office of Mobilization and' BRediel :a l that it was planned to lift price co0n
trols on processed citrus products ,i '. howeverr it was not until Dec. 184i,
that the Office of .Price Administra tion ) t effective Dec. 24, 1945, price con-
tr6ls on processed citrus products processed on or ter Oct. 1, 1945 were suspended for an
indefinite period. Strikes, local and gqenePld., farting off with steel, then followed by
the tug boat walkout in New York harbor. *tti 44 8g- up with the double barreled coal. and.
rail strikes caused the Industry omeh concern .aa complicated the customary marketing rou--
tine considerably, However, prompt cenentrated action kept unfavorable complications at
minimum and the active shipping season ended at about the nozrel period the Industry bad
successfully merchandised Ihe crop in the shortest possible time'
Florida's production of oranges in 1945-46 season Lwas 49,800,000 boxes grapefruit
seed & seedless) 3,2000,000 and tangerines at .4,00,000 or a grand:total of l86,0,000..
For the total United States, the production of oranges, grap6efruit and tangerihes was
168,360,000 boxes compared to 165,390,000,for the 1s94.45 season's total. f~lorida's total.
production of oranges, grapefruit and tasnerines exceeded any previous year by a substpntial
margin. California's estimated orange production was the lowest for the-past three years,
with Valencias in particular, considerably below e prlyexectatio s. he estimated grape-
fruit production in competing states was at practically the same levels as a year ago onzy
minor differences for ayr state.
total shipments of Florida oranges,_ 4 gr;nd tangerines (including rail, truck,
express arid the proper proportion of 'mixed = s reached a grand total of 84,634 cars -
or. 9,366 carsof oranges, 18,023 grapefruit and ,235 tangerines. Compared with last sea-
son's total of 75,736 cars, the movement increased 8,888 oars.
Auction averages were in the top price bracket for the fourth consecutive season and.
in most instances, each successive year broke el iediate preceding records. 8,.68 cars
Sf..lorida oranges fr all distris aveged 4.58 per box in contrast to $4.48, $3.89 and
3.79 for easons944-45 to 1948-43 respectively. Despite the high production f-igure for
oranges, he auectIn offerings were the lightest sipce 1937-8, indicating the increasingly
high percentage of f.o.b. sles. Grapefruit offerings, while more than 40,per cent higher
than the lighl yar of 1944-45, were still relatively low as compared to past seasons.
Florida grapefruit on the 10 auctions averaged .-.82 per box or 4 under the season's aver-
age .o a year ago fr all sections and containers. Mhe Indian River Section continued to'
donuiate the auction offerings of grapefruit. Of the total 4,386 cars offered, the Indian
River Section accounted for 67 per cent or. 3,917 cars. In oranges, Indian itver finished:
37 per cent of the State's total action offerings erine offer ngs, at auction increas-
ed 5 per cent over last season or totaled. 2,201 cars coaed to 1465 in 1944-45, and only
644 in 1943-44. Tangerines averaged 20d above the 1944.45 season or $3.81 per. half .box., .
'The cameery utilization amounted to 19,183 860 boxes of oranges 92,124,436 grpe-
fruit and 515 806 tangerines or a grnd total of 41,823,903 boxes which approached one-
of Florida's total production or 48. per e. 3 q percentage processed by varieties were:
oranges 38.5 per cent grapefruit 69.1 Cper ct ngerB s 12.3 per cent. Processing
bean a whole month earlier than a year op. er dingte week ending Sept. 22nd when
14. 7 boxes' of grapefruit were used, Orangzs Ierae tken in a small way the week ending
Oc 6th or three weeks ahead of the preceding season end tangerines were used begiziing the
S first week in the New Year. By Dec. 1st, approximately 2,500,000 boxes of oranges had bee.
utilized compared to 1,067,938 last year'or nearly two and one-half times more. Gr~aefruit
to thb same date totaled 1,802,133 boxes in contrast to 2 906,773 a year ago or little ore
than one-hlf the previous season's volume. The amount o grapefruit used was considerably
under a year ago until the week ending Jan. 1th .when an average of 823,481 boxes weekly
held -through My 11th. I.ast season, the volume 'Aopped below 9 0,000 boxes begining with
the -week ending Mar. '5st. The amount of tangerines used for the season slightly exceeded.
oneuhalf million boxes compared to 3,780 boxes in 1944.45. Here were six weeks when the
lvolme totaled more than 40,000 boxes with the peak week Feb. 33rd when 45,598 boxes were
utilized. Beginning with the week ending Nov. 4ith and continuing through Mar. and., the
asmou.t' of -oranges used averaged over -onaebalf million bo.es weekly with ehe exception of
Christmas holiday week. During the week of Mar. 9th, the volume reached 600,000 boxes for










the first time and there was a& consistently higher weekly-utilizatiiation troua ay 11th,
averaging 705,771 with the peak week of the season finding iMy 4th totaling 87 2 boxes,
Govenrret purobaser of propesed citrus were only a very 0*11 percentage of he amant in



-Geneally, florida oranges were a. filing proposition from beginning to ;end. of the
1945.46 season,. As the season rogsresed, there was an increasing trency to slow down on
shipments whenever the daOemd sl off. Whis practice, together with strong supporting
canery ries were iortt factors ining top returns consistently, Cangoetitive-
ly, Florida was again favored. ie apple crop for the Fited States was only at one-half
noaal yield and vspy of the Country's other fruits were decidedly below par. here was also
a lidk of volume in competitive oaned fruits as wel as a ood clean up 6o old or last year'
citrus produc~t. mith i Ct ernia oranges, Florid was dobl blessed in- seasonal breaks.
Hot once but twice, during the 1945,46 season, there was a four week period of light ship-
ments from that'State. Zn the pitch farVealenoias to Navels, a; average of 461 straight
cars weekly occurred for three weeks in Tovaber .and gain., during the last prt of Marh xand
the first of April, an average rail ovement of 563 cars weekly occurred in e change-over
frim Nwvels to Valenci"as.
Early in October, Florida's f.ob orange market opened at ceiling or $3.45 per box on
Interior fruit. Ceaifornia' s movement was fai4y heavy, but sizes were snail and resulted
in a. good deand for stock wadiun to large sized. By the latter part of Octolor anda ah e
first couple of weeks i November, florida's shipments (rail, truck and the proper proportion
of 'mix' had reached a weekly rate of ar o O 120 .1300 cars. Prices were lower or
slightly. below oeilipg for the -lonest period of 'the season at this time. Canners, however,
began operations at $ .5D delivered and held this level until the middle of Ja i. _ier
was considerable.-range iV prices paid by cameras irith low yield tfrit as much. as 7 below
the best quality. Occasional sales of jice stock were made during this period a gh as
?8..60, but generally the top waS N.. Rains curtailed pickis smwht along in Neoveber
and a. cold snap around the middle of the month improved the eating and carrying qualities of
fresh shipments, resulting in much better cosimer acceptance. Ie market' .vanoe .and, by
the 15th of Novaeber, preferred sizes were again selling at f.ob ceiling or $3.45. Iunedi-
ately following the suspension of citrus price controls on Nov. 19th, in con4juotion with a
good thanksgiving da and light California movement, Florida's f .o.b orange price advanc-
ed to $3.75 and maintained this level throughout December with general rains :6ve the Stat
in the early part of the month curtailing pickings again, a.ing the e of most active
Christmas dmzeAd& thenjust before Jan. 1st, there were .a few salesup to .85, with an
occasional 75-25 pack as high as even money or $4.00. There was .nt the usual accumulation
of terminal iplies between Christmas and. ew Years and, with lorida shippers takin a
holiday generally between Dec. $5th 'and Jan. 1st (even though it was not ca ulsory),0 'te
result wos a 1 ted amount of fruit available at receiving centers during th irst week in
Jan~ear On Jan. 4th, ceilings were reinstated. With heavier movement ad t;~ e u staemary
sloexw auaned folZowing the Holidays f.o;b orange prices dropped frcm delivered ciling- to
f.o.b ceiling or 3.45 for weeks enng Jen. 18th and 35th d- continued at this level until
the change in ceilings occurred Oar.. st .when there was an advance of 300 a box, or upped the
f.o.b ceiling to $3.75, ITe inarea0 in price ceiling cea immediately following general
rains wren series were at low ebb and demand good. This price held until the first part
of April, when there were a few sales as high as delivered ceiling. By opril : th, all
fresh orange sales iere at delivered ceiling and continued on this basis .o the. nd of, the
season. California's movement was relatively light and Florida shipnt to the Middlewest
had increased. Juice prices n the meantime, had held up well. rughout the firstart
of January the top was 925 delivered but, during the latter part of te month, declined
slightly wth bet fruit bringing $2325-.35, ordinary low as' p.00 and poorer $1.75.. Fr
the. first part of February, cannery orange prices were peaking at,2,35.. .40 but, beginning
around the middle of the month, us the start of a consistent cenaery advance which culnianat-
ed in a 'red hotr market the week of April 26th when the price reached $3.75 a box, an aid-
vance of 5E a.,bqx more than the previous week. With this relatively high caner price,
there wese persistent runpos.that price controls on.oannery fruit would again be placed in
effect he demand cooled off sa.ewhat but the $3.75 cannery price held finely for the
rest of the season and made tough btcpetition for the fresh fruit shippers who were operat-
eg .under a $3.75 f.ob ceiling on Interior oranges froa Mar. 1st to Apr. 16th inclusive.









The situation was eased somewhat by a 15. i ein the fresh boiling, effective Apr.
17th, ad a further ante of 100 4y 7th bia -the dos ing f.ob orange price to
even money or $4.00 a. boz effective tht Jw='UWM with all transactions at delivered
ceiling basis which meant an Aded: tiferenal varying according to
point of shipment. During the per y w July 25th, o price control legis-
lation was in effect, but Flori:a ght rail cars during .the week end-
ing July 6th and wod up the season W t cars for the week of July 13th.



Florida's interior grapefruit sold a, er near bceling prices during most ef the 194S5-
46 season, with shipints from the .State as a whole on abou the same basis as t: th hree
non years of 1941i4 through 1943-44 and exceeded a year ago's light total by approximate-.
ly 5,000, oars, Volume movement started arou0ad the ame time as the previous season or the'
last part of Septiober and peaked the second week in October as th U e as shi* nts began' to
get under wy. 1945:46 was the second con aoetWe a when the $ e s;ip pinperid con-
timed practically as -late as Flvrida'sI Uttil .oovle of years 31gargor, = es rapefruit
season was completed bythe middle or the at' of April, nd occasionally y r. 1st.
Tow, only during the Ubeeging of the season 44es Florida have a# exclusive on the fresh
grapefruit market in allStates east of the PBook s. Prior to the opening of the Teas sea-
son, shipments of Florida grapefruit were relatively hpavy to the WlAddle&west, but were con-
fined practically entirely to the eastern and southeastern territory after sexas was 4i full
swing.
F.o.b prices on Interior white. grapefruit opened at ceiling and held at this figure
until controls were suspended in Noveanber. Then, with ceilings off, the f:.o.b market ranged
from $2.50-2.75 on Interior white grapefruit and remained at this mark through Christnas.
There were occasional sales during the active demand before the Holidays as igh as $2.90,
but these were very few, When ceilings again became effective Jan. 4th, f ,o.b prices dropped
back to ($,51. Cannery prices on grapefruit opened around $1.25 but' by the last week Un
Octo.r, some sales were being made at $1.50. During November, the uioe price was mostly
around l._50 with sectionizing fruit considerably hier. Seasonal range for strictly hearte
was generally $15.)-3.00, a very few higher. The volue of hearts procepsed increased sharp.
ly, si ne there were few sections put up during the War years. In December, canners paid
mostly .325-1.50 delivered for juice stock. Beginning the week of Jan. llth, the market dei-
elined sliAttl on fresh grapefruit and contii g through Feb. 21st, f.o.b prices were most
ly around $.25 with occasional sales high as .35.2.50. Juice prices were also lower or
mostly around $1;.25 in January with February about 100 less which held through Maeroh. Dur-
ing arch, there was sae advape in the fresh market for Interior grapefruit and best
marks brought $2.75. f.o.b by the latter part of the month. There was a consi.am.ble range
in prices, depending on quality. grde and eask IeIp s desirable frui t wages as ich.as 50
under top sales. By the aid le ofApril, juice sto6k was again bringing $1.25 delivered
cannery, but advanced to 1.,60 the latter part of the ni~Bth. Beginning the first past' of
May, the delivered price on juice graopefrui advanced to 1.75 and remained rdUCand this
figure the rest of the ,ameth. During the first part of April, the f.o.b ineaxket on Interior
fruit ranged f om 2.25 to e pproximate ceiling or e.75 (grapefruit ceilings advanced
fran $21 to 2.77 ar. st, an by .the week of pr. th was $2.50 to ceiling. The fresh
market softened up a bit-ring th last week in April and the first in ay. bereweas a lib-
eral stuply of grapefruit at t e. teaminals and .the retail stores were not -tkingthe fruit
freel, ShiLpments of 'mied' cars from both Florida and Texas had been fairly heavy ad. added
aterially to the available grapefruit supplies At consuming enters, .By the week of May 10th,
however there was better inquiry, followed by a consistent advance which naterialized 'W a.
manrkett.he last of May at f.o.b ceiling to delivered ceiling.


he 1945-46 Florida tangerine seas z was a record breaker from all angles: () Iroduc-
tion, equal to the highest on record; (2) Aution prices, hiAest in 18 years; (3 eng
of season, exceeded all previous years e riarily to teeavy percentage of late bloo
fruit; anA last but by no mes least sse, more than one-haf lion boxes in an
inaugural seasons canerc ial vo He -foore, there had been practically no outlet for










either unlesirahleh sises or off-grade fruit.
The season began about one week latertha a year ago and. there was no period of ex-
cessively heavy shipments, although just before the Christb s holidays -the movement ap-
proached the border line. Ihe firSt straight oars were shipd ring the week of 9ov. 10th
and the last car +during the week ending t 18th, an uqreedented ate date. A yea.go,
the last car of the season ms loaded M 89th, with only two straight cars dun t n-
tire week, while in 1945.46 during the same week, 80 straight oars were shipped. 'The market
opened at f.o.b ceiling, but advanced to delivered ceiling for the week ending Nov. 17th,
and ;ued frm 2,83 per half box f.o.b to a range of $3.00-3.90 for the -weks Nov. 23rd
and 3t when ceilings were suspended. With the active holiday decapd, prices climbed to a
range ,af 0$3,04.00 for the first two weeks in December, then dropped*back to around $3.00
for the reminder of the month or until ceilings were reinstated Jan. 4th and.8 823 was
Sgh. uxing. the. slow dAand the second and Atird week of January, desirable sises brought
around 200 By the latter e Bt Iof he month late bloom fruit bad started and prices
rand from 2.00 f .o.b to deliveredseili, ending on Qualit. During Febuary, cel-
ing prices prevailed on preferred sie s ad c was also a ceiling position. From
April to the remainder of te season, there were-relatively few f.o.b sals, since .st
sbppers preferred, to roll th auction or for delivered sales. Auction averages were at
ceiling for good sound fruit throu ut the entire latter part of the season. lhe price of
juic, or cannery tangerines held at 1.00 a box delivered until the last week or two wh.en
itwas upped to' $1.50. he new juice deal began on tangerines the first part of January.














S DIS.PUTION OF M .EI CIajS 1945.4 SEASON
Rail destinations were obtained on 37,474 cars of oranges; 10,l223 grapefruit; 3,433
tangerines and 11,310 mixed citrus; for a grand total of 62,440 cars. Around two and thiree-
fourths.milion boxes by truck were also tabulated on interstate movanent,
lOomparing the rail distribution with shipments, it should be kept in mind that
shipments were made before the Market; : ewd Office was opened and after it was closed and desAi
tinations of these 8hipmnts were not iaie available. Alo unavailable weres destinatis n on
3,292 cars of 1.0.1 mixed citrus shipments (consolidated into car-l'ot) via express. IThe
passing through the Florida gateways, corrected by diversions, ffom the basis of the distri-
bution figures.




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31 116 7~ 1~46164 B


tejior $3.45 coiling $3.45
3.89 Prices $3.89
4 -. 8~iapeasb .


Interior whito$z,61.
Inaian Piver hite..3t..01
All Sections -Pick 02.96

(IncluaingTomles,
(I ZOL*U A Ientnes$
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$3.01
82.96


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.$.90 $4.00
1$4125 *.$4.26


*3.77 2.7:$.932
17, .37
'1't7 3.17 .32


71 1/'4 4



so Price
Control
Legislation
in Effect

n .
1 !-*;


$4.46 $4.46 $4.6o $4.86


1 3/5 bu. stw ard. box
.$3.45 $3.45 $3.75
51 ." $2.51, 2.77
-2.96 $3,96 3.17
e-Bsinpoint changed. fromAestead,
effective Ma1.. 14, 1940.


* 51 .111-45 11/16/&45 11/19145 11 4/146 4/171!46
l1511i45 -117187/45 .,~ j.j1j gl~lif A
M.= i at bu.. 8'444ari. box


$3.90 $4.00
$2.77 $2.93
$3.17 $3.32
Fl,. to Weslaco, .ex.


5/ 1/146 5127/14
5 -0


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-7/ 1/'46.
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$E3Ai.s $4.30 $385 Ceiling, $3.85 : $4.05 $4.P0 $4.60 to Price
P prices Coitrol
Suspended .LegStlawtion
lhito" $3. 480 2,-0 ., $.079.9 $..79. .79 02.95 E ffec

*. de wrice 5 V7f j1s45 10/31/' a.45 c.#.akxUa= prices 1[ 1/145 : c B11/18 4
'. On Ag-St 231 1946, ell price' controls in effect 'nJme 30, 1946 were reinstated when..
ar. nrgeny Price Control rAt of 1946 was enated.. Anmndaent 189 to M.P.R. 426 was is- -
suesd Ag. 22, 1946 effective Aug. 25, 1946 inreasing the price ceilings on all or-
S ages orida, Ceaifornia, Arizonaw ad Texas) 37 pet box. Gc&pefruit. tangerines &
lemons were deoontroled Sept. 1, 1946 but orange ceilings still r d in effect
Sept. 30, 1946

Tree-to-car cost allowances ised by 0.P.A. in above txirm-s prices are as folloo'ws
Prier to 1_ 327, 1946 all areas. O rages 1,20 por box, G uapefPtit $1..05 per box, an-.
gorines 1.70 per box-; on aad after 27, 1946 all areas- Oranges $1.30 per bex, Tan-
gerings 1.76 per box, Grpfrit norda. and. Texas $1.20 per box, California and
zona $1.31 per box.
"'Soretical .naiumn "on-troe" prices n~a be coumuted by deducting fom .the f.o.b. mqqai-
ind price the related tree-to-car allowance.

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21- *2 7 13 268 75 6 16
.106 553 617 1 55 8 6
3 41 7 1 2 84 64 873 -
S 531 9 356 8 887 1099 -
27 474 8 887 568 31 796 -
u113 70 8 -. 1093 866 -
30 lo sG 7 173 8 418 4 5 8 7 5
,17 200 36 8 404 795 768 5
24 232 237 7 1 615 3 879 885 -
S121 217 201 9 2 621 10 8
8 237 155 7 5 67 701 68 -M 963 929 -
15 28 179 10 3 .702 665 57 971 904 -
S' 262 173 15 3 437 415 87 24 741 615 -
101 162 0 .1 48 340 7 18 558 521 -
S207 7 7 577 621 33 35 872 870 -
3 169 18 9 78 460 46 1"11 681 -
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S2 67' 144 18. 9 802 797 47 33 1134 983
8/2 $3 078 -8 13 790 W36 46- 79 115 1006 -
9 259 303 9 16 772 \117 41 0- 10800 1119 -
16 402 7 26 980 633 44 55 1266 1116
23. 457 338 10 18 886 776 S 64 13) 1196
3/2- 178 357 13 34 738 102 38 49 97 145 -
S 22 253 10 23 189 1013 28 47 1109 1335
1 :,. 0 3 18 29 871 617 30 61. 1349 910 -
33. 299 235 25 36 678 614 43 63 1046 948 -
30 338 342 21 25 693 e47' 5 57 1107 971
46 381 257 S3 19 889 634 68 55 .- 1358 965 -
( 375 393 28 38 887 86 9510 1385 1119 -
S 4 235 27 49 695 573 03134 1875 991 -
7 467 3 33 86 514 41 13 1083 .889
S /4 33 15 31. 350 -418 1 164 745 908 -
1 86 133 31 135 404 30, 73 200 4 37 -
S 18 341 43- 148 338 19 35 841 703
5 157 36 31 240 315 1 28 4 738 -
/ 373 19 75 0259 34 76 1 14 909 568
5. 3491 138 375 258 13 5 964 523
I 398 1 133. 252 131 1 1 755 435 -
22 7 -. 43 274 '37 127 161 264 435 -
s29 7 58 221 8 57 99 '130 38 '-
I 7/6 73 .158 1 28 3 104 188 -
'13 173 187 1911 193 198 -
1 220 2 176 6 237 176 -
37 234 86 34 86 -
r189 79 - c 189 79
137 81 137 81 -
17 82 85 .. 82 85 -
2 4 73 73 65 -

A 3213 8548. 2270 3S39 2 89 3 2503 ;01 8375 34679 15 114
1946 Subject to revision.


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26
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24


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51
223
571
1068
1129
1014
1024
1542
1610
1896
2839
1454
673
,1811
1698.
1221
1174
1983
1741
1625
1630
1356
2056
1654
1542
1615
1822
2063
1968
1954
1650
1504
1256
612
1178
851
654
435
203
62
18

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56
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130
218
210
173
180
175
199
266
282
430
366
117
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194
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240
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183
167
222
187
196
191
178
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113
93
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88
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389
568






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351



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511
384
419
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280
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427
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533
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649
497
410
467
222
492
441
382
141,
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392
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363
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27
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at
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8
15
22
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5
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13
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51.3
61.6
58.9
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67.3
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58.1
58.6
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60.4
63.6
60.9
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56.4
62.6
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60 .2
56.8
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56.0
60 .1
57.1
60.9
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59.3
63.3
63.4
54.1
55.4
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41.7
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56.5
59.5
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64.1
63,4
63.0'
63.4
63.2
63.0
63.0
63.1
63.1
63.1
62.7
62.7
62.7
62.6
62.4
62.3
62.0
62.0
61.8

61,8
61.8
61.9
61.8
61.7
.61.7


S66.7
56.7
48.7
- 38.4
41.1
34.3
S46.8
39.3
14.6
12.4
13.2
11.0
14'.4
16.8
20.6
23.0
33.9
33*.4
24.2
23.2
20.1
17.1
25,7
26.5
19.4
26.9
26.3
27.1
33.1
35.0
35.4
40.8
38.5
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20.0
19.8
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20.3
20.3
20.6
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21.3
21.9
22.3
22.9
23.2
23.5
23.4
23.9
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18.

18.,


17.5
17.1
17.0
16.9
17.1
17.0
17.0
17.0
16.7
16.6
16.6
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14.6
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25,481


14,e ,883
1,970,871
3038,375
15,05850
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19 183,798
179


otoe 3Spraeta .u aSo lazrWy oi.put ajnd includes
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proe"ssrd 4uit


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14,127
33,336
39.299
100,893
13517
10918.
25 343
314,685
324,990
431 440
507,313



784,494
,440

,04,167
1,
804 307
776,063
710,869

7 40
740,303
912,843
870 863
903,223
116,476
894,107

733 8
644 178
400 733


71, 557
68 606
;19,93
4
475


14,187
47,463
86.762
187,65
297,279
434,796
66.894
9U2,05
1,162.548
1,'77,133
1 025133




4,184,860
4,979,554
5,873794

8,536,740
.9, 3

10 573,592
11 386,58
2,126,
13,039,40
13,910,7
14, 3,490
1 ,
17 423213

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24S/3I .3,,S', ?0s,3~4 ,8,794,804 4,177,63 2,011,549 3,180,034

404x700 907 7 ,9,216,397 6,431,884 2,838,873 4,887,.52

6/10's +, -, 79,643 38,163 46,064 148,818

steals 2,203,861 208,419 6,090,544 30,647,07O 4,896,486 8,1?6e04





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its no dlt 1942c 194-44 194-45 1945-46

a 6iruil Sesennts 847,459 896,818 393,088 2,204,8io
BrakicaSeaments 40,308. 47,429 18,087, P2,437
Ieqefruit Juice 15,198,95 16,778,124 12,05,099 15,089,056
0 ge Juice 8,429,4S1 7,075,467 13,935,381. 18,420,825
C9i actionn Juice 3,675,919 6,176,168 7,744,905 13,267,484
T ot l 3 + I. .... . 4 ,- 83.8,
Totels 28 185,889 301973,006 34,113,130 48,183,889


94 -. -A'$94 A-4 0 .

NiAe1r of field-boxes 6f pgrrefrdt tused f6iazu4' g g pefruib se'aerts *.

Number .6f-ield boxes of gqefatu5* used for caeindg gr'apenuit uea4

Ntipber of field boxes of, oraages sued for camding.orans9 jmuie and
cobwinstioAr. juice, i


19, 063014

19,80, 494

18,662,537





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TTAo L FAMWtS^s IT UTII.4' I0N o0 SiL'3ES
Pm-
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CnJP 1 ia e Pro-
S..AS 'us Soi t O peO1 at of S.te Itr. ess-
i j held P I S oat *ed
Use '. 1** Stal "am Trucnk Sales
S_____ Express pt

1937.W 2,3,900 360 23,6o40 ,531 20,674 11,943 5,966 2,766 1,857 ,109
1938-39 29.900 310 9.583 ,28399 26,556 14,177 7,365 5014 1,843 184
139-40 ~S5,600 2. ;5,30 31,00 19,343 11,336 3,550 4348 1 838 4,270
1940-41 28,600 20 ;28,3 24,372 22,506 12, 34 4,474 5790 1,866 4,008
1941-8 27 300 176 -7 3 2,753 20,535 16,274 461 3 800 2,218 w/4,371
1942-43 37,200 309 36 1 30,552 28,244 25 800 --- 2 444 2,308 6,439
1943-44 46,300 300 45,900 34,889 32 680 30 55 2155 3 09 11,011
1944-45 42,800' 70 4,530. 38,186 26,176 24,636 1 50 010 14,344
1945-46 49,800 300 49,500 30,280 28,063 25,910 98 28054 2,218 19,320

19378 1,400 140 13,60 12,830 11,758 7,553 2,864 1,34 1,072 430
1938.39 17 ,10 179 16 964 16,734 15,419 8,311 3,689 3,419 1,305 340
1939-40 15,600 150 15, 40 14,487 .13 323 8 118 2093 3 113- 1 164 963
-1940-41 16.200 120 16,080 14,218 13 070 6 829 3,376 3 86S 1148 1,6
1941.42 15,300 99 15,101 123837 11,433 8,376 443 ,603 1,405 3,74
1942 19,100 119 981 15684 14480 12987 -. 1 493 1,204 329
1943.44 35,800 175 25,625 20,669 19,414 17 789 1 625 1 255 4,956
1944-45 21 700 130 21,570 15,930 14 ,889 13 .756 -- 1,083 1 041 5,640
1945-46 25,400 150 25,320 16,435 15 223 13690 23 1,51 1,212 8,815

S93-38 10,500 l0 10,380 9,701 8,916 4,390 3,102 1,424 785 679
1938-39 12,750 131 12,619 11675 11,137 5 866 3,676 1 595 538 .944
1939-40 10,000 100 9,900 6,593 5,919 3 218 1,466 1 235 674 3,307
1940-41 13,400 100 12,300 10,154 9,436 5,413 2,098 1 925 718 3,146
1941-42 12,000 77 11 923 9,926 9,113 7898 18 1,197 813 1 ,997
1942-43 18,100 90 18 010 14,868' 13,764 12,813 -- 951 1,104 3 142
194 3-4e04 400 135 20 75 14, 143,266 12736 530 954, 6,055
1944.45 21,100 140 20 960 12,256 11,287 10,770 --- 467 969 8,704
1945-46 24,400 150 34 250 13,845 12, 12, 12,230 75 544 1,006 10,405

23 ,300 40 2,60 2,260 1,968 1,192 520 256 292 -
1938-39 3,400 M0 3,350 3,350 2,941 1,748 728 465 409 -
.1939-40 2,400 -4 3,376 3,376 1,986 1,255 294 437 390
1940.41 2,700 30 2,670 2,670 2,295 1,437 425 433 375
1941-43 3,100 27, 2,073 3,073 1,767 1,373 59 335 306
194-43 4,00 46 4,154 4,154 3,767 3,467 --- 360 387
1943-44 3,600 40 3,560 3,560 3,221 2,838 383 j/ 339
1944-45 4,000 45 3,805 3,802 3,376' 3,049 327 426 3
1945-46 4,300 -8 4,150 3,634 3,193 3,809 -- 384 441 516

JL/ Total production and production having vua.n? are the same in all seasons except for 1938-
39 wen 7,000 boxes of early & mid-season oranges were diverted from marketing channels in
aeordance with provisions of Goverznent purchase program, and tangerines in 194-45 ,hen
150,00. boxes were not harvested.
N/ Net content of box of Florida oranges and tangerines, 90-lbs.
J/ Includes the following quantities of Goverzpent purchased fruit processed: Early and Mid-
season 88,000 boxes; Valencias 87,000 boxes.
.~ Includes 335,000 boxes of Goverenent purchased fruit.
A/ Includes 7,000 boxes of Government purchased fruit.



















1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
* 1941 4
1943-44 l/
194445




1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
1943-44 Al
,1944-45
,1945-46


45,914 44710
41,480) 38 481
44485 43189
50,778 49,456
,155ss 51,393
44 9 43,675
51 i91 51,131
6, 383 59,059
44,800 *



29,234 88346
23,4 90. 2878
-26,904 2088
31,883 30,644
30 181 89774
30,088 89,758
30,890 30 496
S38,300 37 600
S


8 7 '44,483 39,797 3,007 4,790
J33 3826 33,395 935, 4,4:0
832 42957 40.024 9 4,382
S 9,84 -43,43 37. 5,509
R232 5161 39 416 4,604
AM 4 ,4 I6.Q16 *.
3 50 458 44,041 1,193
2 5887 40 85 48,687 1,098
* ** *


18 8 88 ,24 24,809 81,777 2,438
1 14 18,49W 18,340 2.110
15 85,957 83 ,484 20 ,800 684
125 3019 618 6,7728' 8846
185 V9,649 9,878 .475 28 397
125 89 633 4 908 *
185 30 371 87,00 86.499 581
185 37,475 30 500 30,000 3300
z z,', ,9 ,
]. z,, ~oo m
125 2963 34 I 5


1 38 16,680 16,364.
193839 17,970 16,03
1939-40 17 1 17 107r
1940-41 19,555 18,812
19,41421 974 21 619
S1414, 41 13 917
1A9 4a 321,071. 20 635
19' 4 ,023 21459


16,359
16,097
17,000
18,705
21,512
13 810
80, 528
21,358
*


15 588 138,30- ,4358
14,945. 1,595 2 380
1654 14,498 2 048
17,80 15,148 2,663
19148 16,941 22,07
11,807 *
18214 17,546 672
19,.85 18,687 698
9 *


'871
1,152
460 A
900
2,364
2003 ,
8 314
2,067 -.
.


IJ h dilffeaoce s between produotion andp rodc ioon biayig value includes
chartby rand -eliminatea.


qiontitieus to


3t Net Qcotent of California orange box considered to be 70-lbs. p to aamd including 1940-41.
season; 77.1bs. for s6bieeguet trops.
Uh/ Retriied.


Uhavailable at time of msmay release.


4.688
4 $56-
.801
7,141
7,438
5,665
9,042




4, 15
3,704
2,473.
4,901
4.777
* 5,425
3,351
* 6,975
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1937-38
1938-39
193-40
1840-41
A941-43
194-430

194 -44





1939-40



; 1944.45
S1945.46


1,440


2,8650






38)
430









595
528
660
730








228
192
340

330


1.440





3650




427
3250








595
528
660


1,220




238
385
253
192
340

330


57 1,383
61 2,754
58 2,304
61 589

59 3491
65 4,335
0 *


13
13
13
13
13
13
15
15
*




25
30
22
a,
13
16
14
*


337
414
562
515
647
717
1,085
1,135





213
355
206
233
179
226
346
*


-j*I diffeaenoe between production and production baiwng value reprpesnts quattsuies
dcivrted froan arskabing chBnals lia accordance .with provisions of aiarklftig 4agirenatiits

SNet content of lioxz f a s iA toeas'amd Louisiwa, 80-lbs.; in Arivomi, 70-1bs. up to
including t h 1 94041 s.son, 77-lbs. for suabsaemnt seasons.



%* Iaalable at time oEf Sum=ar release.


i L' i .


1,350
2,738
2,275
2,574
2,772
2,480
3 448
4, 868




335
412
576
491
636
642
969
1,0683
Sa


208
231.
307
a19
403
i-
-
-


.






127
181
269
272
233


33
81
29
15
19
13
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213
355
206
833
179
324
220
336
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mMr Am ios ItN 0S i o SAL ES
PIA 'I po r e sb a e i Total
D u e V 0 10s h S a l a P ro -
Sou se O, .l total ~pp~d 0IIt. .- tatei epro -
S3ASFresh, O'Btate ead -
ULLe (a E 'e (,.- ,. ..f ', .k Saes



1937,.M 14,600 94 14,S06 8,34 7, 479 4,433 2,196 883 870 6,157
.1938.39 23,300 143 21,4 18,2. 11, 25 6,653 3.204 1,398 971 9,212
1939-40 15,900 90 15,81 ,99 6,048 3,0 1,518 980 950 8,812
1940.41 24,600 100 a4,S 10.68 9 ,58 5743 ,208 1,631 1,042 13,876
1941-42 19,00 101 1099 8, 7,8 6,646 06 984 1,1 10 1
194343 -27 300 113 37,1s7 9,603 8 7,999 -- 51 1,083 17, 84
1943-44 31,000 118 30,88a 10;436 9,39 8,953 356 1,127 a20446
1944-45 22,300 105 22195 7,05 ',08V 5,860 -- 222 977 15,136
1945-46 32,000 140 31,860 9,74 8,637 8,297 10 '340 1,087 22,136



1937-38 5,500 33 5,467 3,847 3,488 1814 1,170 504 359 1,620
1938-39 7800 52 7,388 4 63 4,,41 2,448 1,427 552 442 2,525
1939-40 ,500 35 6,465 3,823 3,387 1 950 895 542 436 2,64
1940-41 8,200 43 8,157 5,618 53,86 3 003 1,365 918 333 2,539
1941-42 7,700 40 7,660 5,503 4,944 /4, 46 88 810 559 a 32157
1942-43 10,300 45 10 255 5,701 5 208 4 918 290 493 4 54
1943-44 14,000 5D 13.950 7,19 6 ,690 6,534 156 5S 6,754
194445 8,400 42 8 358 3,941 3 527 3,451 76 414 4 417
1945-46 14,000 60 13,940 5,954 5,449 5,337 7 115 505 7,986



1937-38 9,100 61 9,039 4,502 3,991 2,619 1,026 346 511 4 537
1938-39 15 500 91 14,050 7,363 6834 4211 1,777 846 529 6 687
1939-40 9,400 55 9 345 3,175 2,661 1 600 623 438 514 6,170
1940-41 16,400 57 16343 5,006 4,296 2740 843 713 710 11337
1941-43 11 00 61 11,439 3 453 2,892 /2400 118 374 4/ 561 7,986
194-43 17 000 68 16 932 .3,0 3,312 3 081 31 50 13030
194-44 17 000 68 16932 3,0 2, 2419 -- 0 63 3
19445 13000 6 3 837 3118 409 1479
1945-A6 18,000 80 17,90 3770 3,18 9 3 25 58 14150




J Total, production and producntic having valve are the same in all seasons except for 1938-
39, when 360,000 boxes of seedless grapefruit and 1,359,000 boxes of other vanities weze
d4vertad from muakekating channels in accordance with -pTovisaiona of oaretnment purchase program.
N/ Net coneant of box of Florida grapefruit 80-1bs.
SJ Includes the following quantities of Govorazent purchased fruit Seedless' 261,000 boxes,
Other 482,000 baes.
/ Includes the following quantities of Goverment purchased fruit: Seedless 2,000 boxes,
Other 16,000 boxes.
/ Includes the following quantities of Government purchased fruit processed:
Seedless 71,000 boxes, Other 325,000 boxes.


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17,710 17.1Q
aaio 3.a, oo
134,5 *
: .8


48,s se1 6589
08 8,366
S" 371.
3 I)I"
1: 29S


19 2,738
13: 36,7
13 2,367
13 2,547 .

S 2,688
12 4 37B
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3,10 1863 1,269
.1: 689 1,3 9
,0013,83 1 1,34
1, 1,273 '18
2,14 31.921 223
1,254
3,163 *
2,365 *
-* *


1 334
1, P3
1,373
*'


j/ .'Its 4Attenrre between-lprotocK~ n 4ab4&produeon rks value represents gOmatiko-mp.
harvested on accwa ofawrhat onediuions or. Attated tras zlduting WhqOels Io caord
aesu awith Trisawiigogns otf vwmaonet rar r m


bixol* 6, not aonteat of V
*A wLA bosi. .o.ir a t saoams. o:
for all season.


V available at tim of wauma release.

i, --


box* nseidewt 60-lbB.t ct*=oni uid IW9-41.
t Tsvx, nbt content ofDbo conpidimerled.i 680 -l'.


gBOP ,


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3937-38



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2.380


4,0875
3,780


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Crop Pesortig. w -B1! ltua4 F aics
MOTAL Pro- *W B.ISIVOSjT U ILIZATI0 N 01 F SALZS
PD- due .
MCSxC- .,vng L:"-. 7 a.h Sal s To al
*M N Volduld Pro-
.9fg. Vr ;t& ..oessed
i Use Ttal Pakled Loose

I aXN AB;A. ** a z a A *,
-~- -

1937-38 1,943 1,913- -. 1,893 1,832 1,363 479. :61
1938-39 1,924 1,899. 3 1,879 1,840 1 179 661 39
1939-40 1,992 1 986 1,96 1,904 1, 2 782 6
1940-41 1,983 1,979 1,99 1 1 137 672 150
1941-42 3,181 3,177 3,1 2315 2, 3 323 478
1942.43 3,071 3,069; 3 8048 249 400
.1943-44 3,300 3 298 20 3,78 2665 3,617 48 613
1944-46 35 3505 3 02 0 ,48 2,826 2,781 45 656
1945-46 3,400* *


'ESSE^R VAT^1i'Y9
1937-38 858 847 4 843 803 52* 279 40
1938-39 904 895 4 891 874 421 447 17
1939-40 1,087 1,086 4 1,082 1,046 436 610 30
10.41 90 958 4 954 871 359 512 83
1941-43 1,343 1,339 4 1,335 1,057 967 90 278
1942.43 1,254 1,35 4 1,348 938 310
194344 / 1,200 1,198 4 1,194 855 828 27 339
1944-45 1,530 1,537 4 1,523 1,087 1,062 25 436
1945.46 *


I0H2M AREA
1937-38 1,085 1,066 16 1,05 1,089 839 200 i 21
1938-39 1,020 1,004 16 988 96q 752 214 2
1939-40 905 900 16 884 858 686 172 26
1940-41 1,023 1,021 16 1,005 938 778 160 67
S1941-42 1,838 1v838 16 1,882 1,622 1,389 233 200
1942-43 1,817 1,817 16 1,801 1,711 90
1943-44./' 2,100 i00 16 2,084 1,810 1,789 21 74
1944-45 1,975. 1,975 16 1,959 1,739 1,719 20 20
1945-48 *




J/ Ihe difference between production and production having value includes quantities to
charity and eliminated.
,/ For all California grapefruit net content of box considered to be 80-1bs. up to and.
including the 1940.~1 season. Topr subsequent seasons, Desert Valley grapefruit considered.
as 651b. net per box, and Other Areas 68-lbs. net per box.
.2/ Revised.


* Unavailable at time of Sumary release.


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Soal messed
JU tUse 'tal Packed Loose




1937-38. 9,304 ,304 14 9,239 7,761 7,246 515 159
1938-39 11,106 11,106 14 11.092 7 777 7,61 5 3315
1939-40 11,983 11,983 14 11,960 8,337 7,703 3 642
1940-41 17,336 16,734 15 16,719 8,863 8,323 540 ,856
194142 11,720 11,730 15; 11,705 7,870 7,319 $51 3,835
1942-43 14,940 14,940 15; 14,925 9,711 5214
1943-44 5/ 11,080 11,050 15 11,035 9,264 8,818 446 1,771
144.45 12,300 12,300 15- 12,85 9,485 9,035 450 2,800
1945-46 *

oCx sszsaB iFatas

1937-38 353,552 35 52 532 353,020 294,918 68,10
1938-39 422 028 42,028 532 421,496 395;536 -135 970
1939-40 455,354 456,354 532 454,82 316,46 138,396
1940-41 654,968 635,892 570 635,322 336,794 -- -98,528
1941-43 463,940 462,940 59 462,348 310,865 -- -- 151483
1942-4 590,130 590,130 592 589,538 383,585 -- -- 20953
1943-4 5/ 436,475 436,475 592 435,883 365,928 34,811 17,617 69,955
194445 485,850 485,850 592 485,258 374,658 356,883 17,775 110:600
1945-46 *



IMS Ihoussl boxes ./
1937-38 70 700 70 70 --
1938-39 95 95 -- 95 95 -- -- -
1939-40 95 95 -- 95 95 ---
1940-41 80 80 --- 80 80
1941..4 150 150 --- 150 150 -- -
1942-43 175 175 -- 175 175 -.
1943-44 190 190 --- 190 19i0
1944-45 250 250 250 250 ---
1945-46 *


t/ 'he difference between production and production having value includes quantities to
charity and eliminated.
/ For California laeons net content of boa considered to. be 16-lbs. up'to and including
1940-41 and 791-bs. for subsequent seasons. Equivalent tons were derived on the basis of
the above box weights. .
j/ Net content of box of Florida limes, 80-lbs.
4 Quantities of limes used on fans negligible.
Sr revised.
* Unavailable at time of Sumnary release. #-Includes small quantity processed.


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Florida
Z21 -


TobloJ 30 89 41


11 86 1 6
44 150 94 118 100 103 86

55 -a S11 .94 a11 100 103 98


.Cal 98 18 117 103 11 10 1 4 14 3 103
Florida 8 a 53 173 1 181 189 193 214 200 189 21
- 1 7 1 -1
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2lorida o 3 ,136 395 317 359 341 356 394 373 143 35
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Cal. 3 362 348 407 16 37 0 171 175 81 3P 7
Florida 64 193 168 188 218 a 8 391 87 115 15
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Call. 95, 94 91 1043 13 44 8 17 18.7 ? T73 77
yiorida 43 97 130 133 127 138 157 115 45 8
tax. .-- .-1 1. 36 13 1 -

.2etal of at 1 143 1 05-' I85 1 157 '16 118 -85


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'ors 70 94 94 107 137 104 43 1
S- .. .8 9 3a 2 18 1 -
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loria 8 8s 16 3
iDez. a 0w 31 48 43 O 48 82 2 -


SO. 3 a 3 -
5.CeSi 70 460 40 16 89. 43 43 39 3s 64 68 43
loria 1 - .- 8 80 8 -
Se. ... .. 8 18 8 8 19 14 ..
S 5 70 .46' 348 L3 7 !51 6 68 1 64 54 65 43

IWpQfa A 6 a 4 2
Cad. 194 188 178 08 18 136 144 186 13 16 118 153'
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State JULY AG. SPls.l OCT. | c.j JAN. lJ B. MA.1 ABR. MAl JUNE JULY

?ittsbuf '
S-i 8 8 7 1 13
Calif. 166 199 137 40 73 113 108 103 4 1 47- 154 136 146
Florida. 118. 9 11 115 141 176 115 81 11
.T. - . 6 4 35 13 3.' -
Total *16, ,9 137 4 238 71 878 198 157

Ai. 3 1 '
Calif. 64 58 37 67 55 8o 97 88 79 61 82 61 33
Florida 2" 4 1 1 -1 -
T total 6 58 37 97 88 80 85 4 1 33

- 1b .6 5 1 1 -
Calit 1 112 138 101 129 66 *89 96 93 85 45 100 100 104
Florida 7,- - ? 66 55 48 47 56 109 65 20 5
Sex. -. -. 3 -19. 4 43, 37 28 13 -
2. 1 1- -
Tota 1i 01 193913 '183 1 670 7 16 166 1W 9
St Pan t

his -- -
Calif. 26 24 85 25 14 29 33 29 l5 23 44 % 21
Ilorida 2 .1. 2 2 8 4 3 -
T. 1 -. 1 1 1
Total 26 4 25 17 32 33 32 28 30 48 31 21
Aiz i 7 6 4 -
Calif. 14 9, 16 13 3 6 7 10 47 115 1 9
FloriAa .
-okl '4 9 16 13 5 13 7 10 53 119 1
S.. 4 5 1 1' -
Caif. 87 54 63 86 69 116, 131 90 93 81 124 87 48
Florida 4 4 4 11 -
.'ax. - a 34
TD 8- 7 7 2 - 1 -
tal 87 19211-25 88
riz 1 2 3 -
Calitf 93 74 67 58 .4 9 9 12 8 19 36 48
71orid 1 30 95 109, 118 97 320 116 60 8
total 95 74 7- 881, 186 0 i18 11 10f 128 135 97 56




















































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Florida 2 23 83 83 24 34 18 12 8
ital -. --18 2 3--
;1 9 :a . 83 5 34 18 22 19


1 4 3
s,. . ,
Calif 12 do* .1 4
1ibt 7 1 53 48 46 39 52 61 54 48 10
*a a 8 88 : ;7 20 a31 15 a 3 1F
7t., -6.3 658 N 6 56 r 17


. 1 3
. 20 1 1. 19
,lorida -- 1 74 67 40 101 98 66 137 84 83 1
. .. 3 65 8 7 89 61 18 4 -
a 3 1 3 Z 13 *5 198 105. *8
A .iz Is . .2 3 1 a
CGlif6 38 33 18. 5 1 a 46
l omida 3 99 15 5 9 8 ~ i 7 77 3
> .61 a3a 3.218 316 878 302 357 161 48 3

i, 3 a l13 84I 4
A sA 2a. 12 .W ...... 4
cal.. 3 1 o 17
1lorida 2 3 43 4 .8 8 2 1 10 17 6'
Tem. 19 W9 74 105 101 107 109. _0 89 1
2otal -.14 5 73 76 113 103 108 119. 89
S- 2 4 a
Cal1 10 4 a -. 11
lorit 56 5 1 3 1 1 11 18 21 -
TM 94 95 106 O110 1 113 ; P 3
18 0 A 79 9.96 9 05 111 Il 125 92 78 4


a 1 33 .
.. 5 -" i -- i 3 3
if 8 3 1 -1
SS& a .U 31 43 3 38 38 35 16 8.6
total 13 1i 1 4 8 .38 38 35 1, 1f 3

ifT 13 c 3 3 9 5 14
lorida. a -. -
Ta 7 . 6 j8 51 56 35 -1
8. .... 19 .3 -- E- 56 31


L .- 1 .


3 -- 6 36 6
Cai.. 8 4 1 1 9 30
2Forida s 9 5 81 17 17 34 41, 18 2
m a 3 70 100 115 133 141 128 67 16 .
otal 85 8 4 76 105 WS 136 150 158 164 115 79 38


Ia


--- - r- ---







*..... . M = . -'4 m 1 4. 6 i'




C 4. .
- State JLY Aw. sV cS. 'M J. I. AM. I JUNE JY



Calif. -
3Ploridan -- ---
Te ,i I -4 1 2


Ci ..4 -.. 8
'... .. .. .. ... 8-*53 ; *- ... . . .3 81 s
Ai 102 1O - 1 -
Florida 9 - 1 1 -
-AI -" ,- 9 ...4 50 23 -
7 7 614 0 28 94, 63- 51 i
A6 .- -* S 37 17 13 41 17 36 2
Calif. 3 ." 1 1 4 7 1 1 -~

.- .. -
Total 388 37 624

CalS .6 1.. -1 5$ 37 3 1 5 12
Flori4. 1 1 1 1 1
Tax. J 3 L4 95 9 & 69 33
Total 9 5 45 67 74 14 96 100 88 74 41 12

A i .-. .. 4*.' 15,,
C7orida. 1 1 2 -
T A 7 13 10 18 11 17 Q 5 4' -
Total, 10 6 4 18 1 8 11 17 21 6 1
New Yo=.k Cit
SAri 5 18 11
Cal. 119 45 18 3 -
loria 7 431 47 39 587 486 46 644 453 943 13
Tx.i 2. 2. 7 75 30 43 7 6 -
Ia s_ a). 8 18a - -
Stotal6 5 61, 46. 2W8 11
i 15 18 8 5 16 12 14 8
Cali. 3 5 3 7 12 23 19 7 -"
Ta. - -- 1 -
Total 1 4 4 38 31

Calli. 7 2 -12
Florida. 2 -- -
Ism. 9 1285 87 30 28 29 0 11 -
Total 9 12 11 48 15 67 30 28 29 12 15 7
^hi t, 1 53 11 8
Calif 44 7 5 1 a 1.3 10
lorida .- 3 141 116 87 135 125 117 163 117 112 10
Tex. 3 53 81 59 38 64 31 14 1
Total 45 7 8 145 169 08 1 125 11 1694 13512 10






-aa.-


iI MIS^ Puf ff PIM I


JULY 1946


State I JUI 1- -P. 1QC[t. V 1J JUME J LY


SAri. -- 9 31 5
Calif. 17 8 4 8
Florida 8 18 23 ,9 11 15 30 19 23 3
Tex. o 8 6S '92. 118 113 110 122 71 89 1
I lT18otal 8 89 92 121 124 125 154 99 76 16


b ,ra" ,L".r
Ao iz. Gre. 10 -
Calif. 13 14
Florida -
Sea. -
La.. -
-tal a 14


Florida
leac.


6 8 16 16 14 16 14 16 3
5 3 2 1 4 4 3 7
- 8 7 1 2 3 9 8 6
2 3 46 20 23 44 35 14 1

5 .12. s0 29 41 63 52 s 40 26 10


1-10 21
3 34 1 2 1 2 6
-17 77 88 M11 110 108 157 65 539 -2


Ttal 21' 1 10 78 8W ill 110 110 158 67 77

Calif. 1 1 1 4
Florids -- -- 1
Tex, 7 16 15 23 17 18 33 22 9 a
Total 1 1 9 16 15 23 17 18 23 24 11 4


San Fraxcis.o
Calif.
Florida


&


-- 41 25 22 18 11 28 8 20 10
3 21 34 37 34 41 ;8 16
a a a
- a m a, -


Total 5 56 44 46 56 45 45b 69 6 6 17

9 11 19 20 21 13 28 24 27 9
Calif. 17 33 19 3 1 1 6 1 1 3 10 16 10
Florida 9 7 3 3 6 3 8 -


S10 -- 6 6
Calif. 1 1 -
lorid 4 41 31 28 32 31 36 43 35 22 1
Tex. .. 3 31 0 14 36 17 1 .
Total 11 1 4 44 ~ 63 48 46 57 53 43 35 38 7


----- ---- ----- -- -~-i


II


--- -- ~--- -- --- -- ,,


----


--~--





f: ' "* l, 1

' .* ^ 1 .4 14, ,..' -
W
sr xdw


City OCT. _*V. ~. C JA*. |3. MAA. AR, | Y


Atlanta 8 8 2 3 2
Baltimore a 3 34 83 18 19 11 -
Boston 7. as 73 56 2s 17 1
Chicag 18 75 49 54 4 14
Cincinamt 13 31 18 1 11 '6... *
Cleveland -- 8 44 3 38 15 10 -
Dallas 1 5 1 .
De.rn .. 3. 5 3 -
SDetroit 33 19 10
r-.t we -..ft . .3 -
XaseaO.ty 8 1- 4 8 3 .
Los Anel es .
MisaaapoUs o 4..- 6 .4 3 3 *a
sew Orleans a a 3 17 6 5 a
-Nw Yoxk'Cit 47 301 218 2818 38 110 31
Oakl)ead, Calif. a -
01*.aheai City*- 1 .S 1 -.
Philplelphi 19 107 86 73 83 28 7
tthbrg -, 9. 85 51 51 36 33
-ort'laad, Oe 4 1 -
St'oe 1, 1 11 7 5 1 -
St. i 1 1 -
Sa Francisco -
Seeattle -- 5 '2 2
shingbo; D. C. & .;8 .9 10 6




----------------^ ---- >------------------,-- ,-,


ft- A d&tiMan. oarlot vaload tangerinies: -


Clevelean, 0.

Devwr, Colo..


rort Worth, Lex.

Kansas City, Wb,


Jan. Tex. 1

Dec. mt2. 1
Jan. ~Se 1

Dec. sex. 1

Dec. Set. 8


Oklahan City, Okla.

PortladA, Ore.

St. LoIui, Mo,

Seattle, Wash.


Dec. fex. :1

Dec. A-is. 1

Dec, bx. 1
Dec. U. 1

Dec. efx. 1


rl


`"
t~i
-;-.


.,. -. .~V* -- 17., . ,


..
..
;
i ''
ii


,,
a


;1
1

si

lp
i

s



j
1

u
:










S.te. J j~t 4 "ixsI I T. OCT. "1v. C. sc AN. nJ. MA. APR. M-- JUE JULY


W. -a 3 -
alif. 1 -- . ..
71ori a l 15 15 11 4 19 12 11

.a 3


Floria 3 23 5 5 48 37 23 21 4 1

ex. a- 1 -
TtaL 3 1 I s 58 3 48 37 23 22 4 4

Calif. 1 1 1 3 4-
Florida 3 27 61 91 6 51 35 18
Tax., ,- 3- -
Tt a ,... La 61 92 62 23

Caif. 20 20 11 J 3 5 3 5 18 5 31
Florida 1 7 14 50 33 30 26 i a 36 15 1
TeX,- 39 36 14 20 7 3 -
8e .3334 35
total 0 0 a 2 4 95 75 7 27 49 34 3
^ 1 a a a- 1 .
calif. 10 3 1 -3 5
Florida a 8 19 35 28 32 26 13 12 2 1
Tx 3 3 1 -
Tot l 10 3 8 21 42 39 37 29 12 14 6 _6

galit. 1 -4 9 11 2
Fo al ri 10 8 5 6 6 5 12 7
Text, i 2 2 6 5 --
fotal 4 1 11 6 9 -34 -23



Tax 2 "4 2 6 10 7 : 2 -
otl 4 2 1 6 10 7 7 2

Calif. 4 2 1 a 1 3 5 1 1 9
Florida -
T. a -. 24 1a 32 19 6 5
Total 4 2 1 -2 1 25 22 32 9 7'1 5. 2 a 2
tao 1 3 a 3 6 2.
Calif. 9 6 S 9 6 7
Florid 3 8 31 17 16 7 11 18 31 2
Ta. a2 7 3 10 6 1 1 1
Total 9 6 8 15 35 31 5 8 '15 3 40 9




.'





il.~ eae JET] LID. OOVM. .79.1 M2. OPR. MaY JUI JIM t

qp kal I JULY : I

Calif. 3 1 1
Florida 0 r 0 e 1
'Tax., Of7 0 5

To 3f 'j I 1 -3:

Florida I i. 33111
.3 A,
Ze.
Calta f

r L r .0'
Tomi - I .. 1- 2- 3- 7 7 -




~t .
n -,Fhftl





C ali. 3 2 1.
Sori-, 1 1 i J?
SO 3 4 0- -

*.. a 1 2
Florida -. 6, 15 4 5 3. 10 ,1
Cal i
-: ->1 1 i I o 1
3z .3 .

0 M OW- 3 0 3 0"
Calif. 37 14 11 15 4 1 3 1 317 431
133' .318 434 361 8358 233 1,9
Tax,. 0 do -



UK~.
Total
i-- -



J-ori& -- --- - --- -.* -- 1. -- -

1.ia. 0 3 -
Calif. 17 9 4 1 2 1
Florid& ,. 14 1 1e16 2 123 i 15 77 41 97

Itai 17 14% 97. 6-L"- 70 47




ffl' lfI,.-.Pgy S^IW -Sff (W T'ft)



r-BB~U


S1946


I. I AUGY I .S-.| OCT.. V..I I. I JA.] .j M B.L. AI.|1 M l JUl_1 L JI Y


i. 6 3 1
Calif. 6 5 1 1 1 8 1 2 5 12
Florida 1 1 53 38 A3 23 38 31 17 1

TM O. : g.. .4.. a - "1
T ez. as ,---a aa ." 4. e by t 49 8


fl QOr.

Calif.
florida
Prtiw


a a:


a a a 1 8
- 3. 2 1 5
a a a, 1


2
2 -
2


a. a
a a


I .. -- .
.. Calif. 16 6 5 3 1 8 1 2 3 6 18
or- 15 3 10 7 -2
2?--5-- ---7 17 13 9 7 1 -
ta 16 5 9 w 3 33 17 21 17 9 12


Calif. 2 1 1
1pri0 . -. 1 .
To--t 1 3 3 4 .3 4 -
ot I 3 I I I 4 i 1

Ari 1 -
Calif. 1 1 3 1 -
fJlorika a a a a -
ex. . i .ii _,n .
total 1 .31. -a 1 3 1


a a a


- a


7 15 39 12 a0 14 23 14s
a a5 a l 53 I
7 39 .-, 8 ,1 ,4. 15


stfat.


Calif.
lom~~---


Calif.
iForida

Total


-'

- aL


Z
a, 3. *


1 *

10 -


--~1 a----. I


L.. ;. ..;


--------- -- -. -- ---~~


-~ -~-~- --- ----- --- --- - ----


----- ~ -- ----- -- ---


I


I I I I I I e i


__~_ ~_ __


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


.


--1


"i +


.







Ea uaiSC 07a am" SI 0oas Cima 11 aJULY 1945. mi JULY 1946
Bt MMb NS AND,1SA3 0 It. O=N cam


St"e


Mtida 3 3 .1 110 88 144 83 61 67 53 40 4 -

Total 3 3 1 10: 8. 144 8 6 67 53 40 4
Bosto -" . .
Total ... -.. .- . -
rida- 14 8 15 17 18 9 13 7 2
... .
tal - 12 31 25 19 10 13 7,2

ex,. -. ,- -

Los Aurelea
Ar.. 1 1 1 ,
Caltf. 337 5 346 399 390 388 3 3 220 23
Total 337 397 as2 325 346 S1 399 391 388 351 33 22 232


Is


or- 5 3 1 .
Tax. 1 1 -
La. 14 0 7 38 21
__ tal 19 54 88 67 38 22 11 3 -


Total ------ --.- ----


otal 51 A4 61 46 8 99 85 95 67 29 41 61 40
ori- - - 1 a -... . -



ba : I: 3: : :,
,c, c i -. . . ..
Cali .. : . ..... 97' .'




.o rida 1 1 5 1 1 1 5 5 -
3 oei. .
Total' -- 1 15-4 32--6-685-


San I'ann -a


ri. 3 1 1
Calif. 84 123 155 143 175 1 225 342 223 67 119 233 171
a 84 183 155 143 175 170 828 342 M 83 68 119 833 172

loida 8 5 6 1 9 8 10 2 1
iaBaltimore 1 3 .3 2 3 2 1 3 5 7 5 5
ia ewYork 1 1 .. . 1
Total 3 11 7 10 14 10 11 15 9 5 7
E Kansas City Mixed Citrus By truck Ar. Tlax. 1.
** New Orleans Mixed Citrus By Truck WS.L: La. 1; Jg.: La. 5; c. La. 7; a.
La. 22; Z4.: La. 5; War.: La. 2.
# Unlsaowr,


----


6 _-__


______~__~~_ -- ---


Iey Ya 1 2_.


- -- - -- ---


- --


aAU.ISBPT. OC 7.. 0.I JA B3.[n M I. APK. Y JUI JULY















dek 23, 11 13 19 15 -14 8 3

Is -- 22- .. .
an 11 29 20 12 -


----:--1-------- r --- ------- -- .


V i--a--- -----No - Yo rk -


63 1 1 u 8 3 1-6 99
34 38 28, 76" 11 G S 8 4 1
1?y - -i 1C 5 8a 7~' ~:a.


o I a -

Ia g' An m3a ._ -._ s a 1. ~ I



TO W -3 --
1 7. gi
Tex. a a
-Tta 16 1 -


New Yfr tk. a-t


7, 5

- 1 1 a -
al vb L 41


rot.!.ra -' ~ -- F I.

rr r.JOIN
Tax.~


Afti 3 4 a 1 1


tJ~k~iR~s~~17-. 12 13 1 1 3
riia- 3 2 5 5 7


00 Z- 7 7 ,_


- Ip --


_ ~_


U


~ r-~aB




I 7
A*


L *t ITAL4L1A.. IJaI 6.6 4i 11*T t 'M. I'YJ JIM.J JILy


'ftf


~$Oida


IfuM~fY


- -, a 3r5 3 9 2

- a -3 ., a1: -



- -a aa .e. 4 4

a~ ~ 3C5


a -


- an


- - a .


S a -"
a a, a


f~lovid.- -a a -


-I L4 6
To a. l 1
3Pltlc' a iZ




-LO -_ a a a 3 5 -


aw UK. -j 6i1


r - 3 '
Total. -

r" t1 a a 2 -1 -
- 4 -' 1 5 a a -

Tota4




T~z - 1 - a- g-r
Total

'TOW~L ,


a a ~ .-18. 11 2 a 3 -
a'O 1? -i]1 2 3 -


Th.U1Iwhwn *&ig A-1 ;4t


a a r a- 6


2 3


-....S a R. .. r - I


-- ----. --- .- -~. -.~-.~--., -..~~..~1,.. .,.._,~..._., __


Peb


`


--. ---i


1


I-


Ssu




I~ . yr, " ~II


bIn~Iali~l~~~ m~.arrn mCaatl cu ib~rm gLS


*landr.City.-
Andalusia
Ani ston
AMbre




ayeot.o
Doree61





oon"


SKoeffiel
eoaPurp ,.
slorcye
~To Mt Clala




Mobile



Selen
Sbetiald

;Ilsaloosa
Totlb


1
1
9





3
6
a,
3


1
27
1



36
8



1




36
42
1
1







47
10
--A.
li4


ill. 82
JoaT. 26binon 1

aHel-ea I0
Jot"ne Slt 16
Little Boolh 41


son Iancisoo,
Total


PuAeblo
Total



Hartford
Middletown
New Britain


(Cont'd.)
UAw xkgan IO' 1
*Vw LAdoA 3
1MVIdaht 16
uth~ onowalk 1


ota0


-- AWtAI


Jaoloaville
Peuaooola
S tal


Athelsf
Atlanta
Augusta
Auiitell
Cairo
Camilla
Canton /
Cedartoun
Collins
Colupbus
- Cozdela



t. andnia
7Y. 6o Pheraon
rt.vaey


Wane
Mo Pheson
Madison
Marietta
Milledgeville
Newane
Palmietto
Rosarille
Royston
Ihoaaston
TIhOaasillO
T'ifton
Toccoa


1









3
a4

26



124
121
1
3


8
25
-Af


163






1
1
1
4
a
1
79
1

2
4


79
a
4

1


1
1
34
1
1
8
a
4

1
481
1
51
1
1


Vidalia,
Iadley
nboro






Bensenvill*e
Cairo
Carbondaleo


Doeatur
Dixn-
w&esowg
2#ora.do
1igin
1r0eport

Earrieburgg
Joliet
adisaon
Ottata
Peoria
4OAacy
Rockford
Rook IslandA


'Dotal







14e'aMvette





Terre Baute
total


Cedars ida
Clin tel
Cres to


4, 4 44


1
1
1
Trrf


11
40
7








1
2
49
1



1




1*
7
3
7
1

49






7
4




1


3


aw m m w e w w ir


'* ;''

,
StWsmr .


A = 44. ASy... .... ,- .


as M a
7a, ==2







irif~ ~ ~ C~ 1tse45.4&pgl M_~s~uaS


i ~(Cent, d)
e"ort 9
m nies 48
-- 3sPb-sW8 l1e 3
PitDodg 3
;Sioux City 13
Total

z8E~orria, 3
T.tqchizson 5
Liberal 1
Salina I
Topeks4
Wichita


Ashland 10
Bowling Greem 8
Coibin 7
Danvill e 3
East Bernstadt 1
P Egoten 5
Pt. Knox 3
21tfort 4
Glassomr 3
Greefaville 1
Searlan '19
.Haerd 8
Henderson' 13
Jacks=~ 1
Lesbanem ~ 1
96
Louisrille 407.
Loiadon 1
Matield 1
Maysville 1
-- Middlesboro 3
Moreheado 1
Owenboro22
?a4mah 43
Paintsville 16
Pikeville 3
Richmond 7
So wrsebtf ,
South Portem th a
West Zranlkort 1
Winchester 4
Williamsburg 1
Total

on oUge 25
Lafayette
Lake Charles 1
Monroe 8
New Orleans 369


7M=m ,12
f0;11

~er~ig g Jot ~: 18
b11Wxorth 1
Lewiston 1
PortlmAnd 89
Wsotei*ille
Tot44



1,457
IColerika 6


Vo0o6a6moC ity 6
Salisb



Boston 1,673
Covpello 2
Titohburg 15
7t.DRaves 4
ILawrnoe' 3
LVMi 1
Iorth Abington 1
ittsfield 3
Plevere 2
Poxbur7 1
Soierville 470
prirngfied. 234
Worcester
Total


Bay City~ 7
Benton berod 5
Detroit 916
SFlint 73
Grand Rapids 238
Eouafton 2
IsIpemeng 14'
EaKlunaoo 8
Lansing 1
Menominee 1
Muaskegon 5
Saginiar
Total



Minneapeolis 95


St. PaulL
Total




Braotleville a
Calhoun City'
Canton 4
Clevelamid 1
Clexksdale 3
QoC-blbus 15
Corinth 5
Drew 6
Elliott 1
Gibson 1
Greenville 40
Greenwood 8
Grenada 8
Gul art 6
EaMilesburg 23
EHzelhurst 1
InI5dianola. 1
Jackson 79
Laurel 26
Louisville 1
Me Coab 2
maMeriaon 41
Vatchaz 13
low Albazy 2
Newton 1
Philaaeiphii 6
Picsmne I
Shrntsrn 2
Starkville 2
Tohula 1
7?elb
vast oifit 274
Winome; 1-
Yazoo Cit -2



japliq 1,
Kensai City 64
Mnoett 1
St. Joseph 2
St. Louis 423
Sprinr~ie14


I 3-ngs Z
Bozeman
Total

jp~5~e~I~ard





* 31 -


(Cont'dQ


olrfolic 1
Total


Keene
Machester
Total _

12 ft
Atlantic City 3
Bayloz W_ 28
Btoomiecd 1
Bradley Beamb 2
U.izeboth 35
Ft, Dix 15
NStwthomne 4
Jersey City 512
Morristown 4
eweark .8M
Nerw -Brnswik a
Nortb'h Nwthior 179
Paiterson, 6

R~amey 3
1t4thaoeo 83
South e"r=.W 8
Ste1tof i5
frenfto 3


Vanoy 2384

Beaco n
Kno"Miton 65
Bl'onz 17
Brooklyn 43
Thkeealo 448
Buff &I o


Concord. 1
fLudra 47
1..iia~t I
Floral Park 11
Goneve, 7
Gloas Falls 2
Hurle. pRver 592
Jwwstc..wn 16
Kington P6
Liber'ty 1
Long Island City
Wesaspth 830
Mnis45
3:lrose Jot. 8


mt., VOTAMr
Newburgh
New Yok City
Via" flls
flarvieki~a


Isu
Plattsburg
Portland
Pou"bkoopsie
Saauw Lake
sarae.4oge Sp Winz
Schenectady


aterford
vatartowii
Wizhehster
Total.


,,8
34
6
6,053



3
4
3

158

4
19
3


19




1792


Abookde 4
Asheville 86
Belmont 1
Bryson City 4
Burlington 26
Camop L ne 1
CharlottO 261
Cherryville 3
Concord 2
Dura 1
Durham 65
Elizabeth City 5
Enfield 20
Fayetteville 9
Forest City 1
Ft. Bragg, 8
Gastonia 39
Goldsbore 66
Greensboro 102
Greenville 15
1amle.t 8
Henderson 3
Hend.ersonville 1
Hickory 34
High Point 11
Jaekseoville 2
Kinston 11
Laurinburg 1
Leakeville 1
Lexington 1
Monroe 3
Mooresville 1
Mt. Airy 21
New Benm 3
North Wilkesboro. 1
loeidh 155
Boanome Bapids 1
Pockingham 11


WW (Cmit't
Raherthsordtou 1
Oal$sbuz'y 22
Sab ord 27
3 1 3
Shelby 4
SOU+th Dutlam 6
S04AWO~ 1
slatesvile 3
Stow'V Point 3
Valvat Cove 2
WOhington 1
Welcome 1
WOldon 28
Uhitovifle, I
WSilkin 2
Wilington 3
Wilson 4
Windeor 6
Winston Salem
Total M


Devils Lakea
Grand Forkcs
Total


Athens
Bellefont.in6
Blencmhester
Canton
OCimninnati
Cleveland
Col3.bua
Clinton
Dayton
ze~fience,
Delaware
Hanilton
Ironton
JohnStonWA
Lims
Lorain
14nsfield
Marietta
Portsmouth

Scottb
Steubenville
Toledo
WWMn
Zenis
YolmgstowZ
Zsanesville
Total

Lawton,


-iii

31

1
26
1,198
623
336
1,
45

1


4
14



1

180
4
35
128




3







nzL DI~RUZW YlC~tD 1045.46 SIaA30M


st 8
Oklahomc City 20
MShmnee 4
tuLsa -I
Tods tal


Astoria 1
Coos Junction 1
Medford 4
PortlMa 37
Pe dleton 3
Salem 3
Iosebur


llntown 5
Altoona 142
Ambler 28
Behelaem 3
Bradford 1
Chambersburg 3-
Charleroi 8
Chester 1
Cresson 4
Coatesville 2
Denver 7
Doyalstown 1
Engleside 7
Enl61 8
rie 6
East Stroudsburg 1
Harrisburg 31
Razelton 39
Houtzdale 6
Buntingdon 3
Indiana 1
Indianola
Indiantown Gap 2
Ironton 1
Johnstown 27
Kane 3
tzcaster .14
L ebanon 15
Lehighton 5
MB Ueesport 2
Milton 7
New Castle 3
North Wilkesbore 1
Nortimbnrlazd 3
Philadelphia 3,111
Pitcairn 1
Pittsburgh 804
Pottswille 2
Pottstown 1
Heading 27
Scranton 219
Sanbmiy 2
Strobudsiurg 2
Uniontown 13
Washingon 1
WilkesBaie 104
Williamsport 13


Olneyrill.
Pawtuomkot
"Paroince








#Ylorwep
-Georgetowa
Greenville

Kingstree
MUllins
Orangeburg
Port Z~~a

Spartanburg
Walterboro
Wil~liamston,
Total


Total



Bradford
Brilstol
Charleston
ClJrksvillet










Coliumbia.
Cookeville
Crossville
Deanville
flyer
Huntingdon








Jacrsbu
Kinllaspo
G~oreenvil
gparrirang
Hi~tr~bold*
* J~ackhson
Jobnohity
KingP~BrTO


a


4

38
32
1
76
31
154
1
2
36
a
183
18
1
1
4
1
4at
3
a
8
48
5


.90M WIMM()aPlrrstla

ork at~~L


lie 1~i) 35
zeebaw~n 14
NO ea ie 4
Mepbi s 44a
Morisatown 66
Ikafassbora 10
Nashville 437
N~ewport 3
Paris 1
Pulaski 1
X~plVa a
Rogeroville I
Sh.kliyrie 1I
Sasrville 1
Tranthz 3j
Tullegsca. 7
Union Ci+V



.Amaillo S
Beant 1 3
Drowzoro& I
Dallas 48
El Paso 1
Fort Worth 13
Eamston, 27
Lub'5ock 41
Marshall 1
San Anagelo 1
,San Antoanio 1
Stomford 1
.Taco 1
Wichita Palls

TTsee E~otal'y 9
Taotalty -



St. Johnsbuty
'White av~er aro'b.a~

3
Altavista 1
Blackstone 9
Bowltin 1
Brisk 0
Broa~wey 8
Camp Lee 7
Caup !Patrick geary 1
CWT PeaR 3
CaMVp Pickett 3
Cherlottesville 24






aut m~oncc~l4u1** ~k


DP G






M'Ptonavt l
f'tb, Dlvor *





ot. oston






t. Lewis
Seatble






Casa
Wall. Wall.






Cla*ksarY


OKaSe~.ma (cn'iyuz

aLa (Cssa udt 'I




Z' eton 6
bL_ 35


3
14
4
1
1
a
4
1
4
93
1
31
888

97
8

-4%

1
a
1
87
9

1


1
37


P.M du lad


Ui4aiA i



I-a.
zaoteh


'tltal
sI .Poibt
1MAuk~a
Totel


16
1
3

36

3
1
183
7






-4


BmfiCl


Total
NMTM I*
` 7 5 9 5h ,
w8^^1


llift 13


*stlU& BB 1


)T.am Pll 11
WrtBai r 3
rOan 1
OWS 1
4Siaoe 7
oroa3to 0
Windsor a



Moteal 173
Quebcl City 6
It. JoTo
Sherbrooke
Total


1 ~Total


IaMM TIOAL OANMGa 1945-46 MAssbI 37.474 Car*


4;tm ra


~-~q I* F: ~~T 1~'~ rrr:r~ce~.;~ 'T~b r'~l' l.`~~rf~ll~ .,trcn~'~~F ~an~ rr . i r ~ r~s~-' ~ r ;
,?Y ..


fifta


d)

-fs


bt


. #1 version otas.





D-. -^


* -*.~ ~ *~,*j *~*, -~


nston
yBi nighlan
Florence
Pt. Me Clellan
MoR;4g=bt


3
s0
4
1


aJ.T.Bobinsl 1


Grand Junction
Total

bridgeport
ast -artford.
Hartford
New Haven
Waterbury
ITotal


Jacksonville
Pensacola
Total

Albany
Atlanta
Columbus
Ixverett
Ft, Benning
t. Me Phaerson
Iacon
Oakland City
osaville
West Point
Total


Idaho falls
Total
ILLImDIS
Alton
Carbondale
Champaign ,
Chicago
Danville
Decatur
Dixon
Freeport
Great Lakes
Peoria
Rock Island.


.-4

10
14
22


185
4
1r5

1
167
3
3

1









1
1



3
225
2
3
1
1
9
3
a


. BM ille 5

Soith 1000 2


Terre Imt 4.


ou ity 1



Waterloo
Inia oltaolis 17







Ba l'o .t 3










Louic lle 5
Owensboro 1
inrcester
Sao th en







abridge 3
OBatenor' 1












Daerstwe .. 13
Mason City 2
















Total 4











Boston 52I
Lynn 1
New Bedford 3
Souerville 87
Sringf leld 59
'Total


Battle Creek.
Detroit
3Hint
Grand Bapids
labpewing
alaaseeop
Saginaw
'Total



Minneapolis
St. Cloud
St. Paul



Jackson
Laurel
Total



St. Louis
Springliel4


Bil gs
Butte
Great, alls
Misso .la
Total





Snort 6lx
Total




NE e
Keene




Jersey City
Newark
North Hawthorne
Rutherford
Waverly
Total
NEW YM:
Beacon
Binghamton
Bronx
Buffalo
Elmira,


3
'190
18
30
4

1


4
21






14

I
14
36
5z

4
4
1



2
4
-


10
3
2
187
57
44
6



71
1
8
4
102
2


~ ~IST~VEa)~:mOBLDPS;~tj~gU&.;a: 19~549CXBIS(10~


VasthinYgt 2
THotal __M6









c~rstre~ao~nia )


MMr.lsm er 13t 7
JUaetoWn 3

n anJ d Citj 13
~nd 14
hew York City 3,757
Niagara ?als 3
Norwich 1
Olean 1
Pine Islaua 13
Boohesexr 41
Schanobteday 7
iraouu.e 44
Ubcica 10
fetextorw4 1
Total

obbie 14
sarlington 11
Charlotte 56
Dahanm 10
ELizabeth Ciby 1
Gastonia 1
Goldsboro 7
reensiboro 14
Greeawrille 1
envelook 1
ew 1br 2
sbaleii 30
1

Soutb rhm 3
AU3or ty 1
Wilk3s 1

Total

1
Total -

* Saroa 3
S *ella~fotaize a



Celwivbus 36
ton 7

ortsmouth 4
Spri&gfield 3


Xiand
Ital



Total









K-an
darnonbt



ew Castle
moe rotla rt
~T oltalphia
Pltceoi
PIteatrb
Soeratono
Shazon
niontor,
Wilkse Barre



Providence
Total


Chester


GreetnilUle

Tbtal


SreovMlle
banbuon
&rspaoaurg
'IbtalDT


(Cout' 4)


1


38






9

5
4
998
2
1
a






71
9
1



5
998


a

2a
5





4

4
-a


21





1
5
1


Salt City



Iotal

maria
Blaokstone
Bristol
Coxp Lee
CanO Pickett
Cbhrlottesville
Danville
rt. Salvoir


WiLAcbursg
Portsooufth
Pulaski
Wxilliansbrg
total


Seattle

Walla Walla
Total


Maxrleton
Clarksburg
Feixot


STo

Tpleton Jot
du ac
Green Bay
MaAison
Manitowoa
.Milftuke
Oshbosho


4


1
-I

98


3
5
1
1
*3








3










3
3
98
4
9
2.








-1



10,
1


.I


'~Wt m~aIirt~Lirrat:.starma-l Mcrm~


i 'I
iii
I`'d




- .


4:


(ConM'
Total -3


CAN ADA

aLgS,-"tcai 5
ednono 5

BPITIsa colT.Ia
anouver 3
Total l3


1
*6


0iten1 11
sssm iwWsEs A














Otteas 30
Qihi Sound a
Peerborouu g 1
St. Catharines 10
rinonto 207
Toronto 207


Qiebso

Total

Total
SakTOW
Aotal


(CoP.t'.)



108


[4

-4


TDOTAL SIM CAGADA 456









MRAMD TOTAL GRAPEFRUIT 1945-46 SEASON 10,M23 Cars


# Diversion Poines.


~BC~Si~pF~B~~
""3~~





W. Roh t Y . 3l *
KM 1MA, TMlt LTmf _. t4Leaj


, ,


rt Pane
Gadsden



elena=



Total


Total


EHartford









It. Mo Pherson
Ma9604
Waste
Total



Dautvillo
fart %o a



La0 oteint

Total




OLa aette
Soth ISnd



t2. atel
1 oorit a






W.f Ry


I.
17
1
1


4


-A


18
2



1
188
1
3
1
1



6
4
16
1
1

1


opt'ks




Wioital
Total



Paboah
Total

Oceans
Total


Total

w taif o



Botona
Soubrrt Is




Grand Rapids




=Lannapolis
St. Cloud
St. Paul
Total


Total

nE a ~City
Lonaett
St. Louis


-4



?i




17
--a


125
-ta
13



123
7



3
1
15
1


18
1
53
--A


Lincoln
Omaba
Total


orri etowr
Newark






utffalo
SaMlan iver










Xeza
New~ or City
Roohester
Schbeciotdy

Total


Canton
Charlotte
Surth



Va.toni
oldcsborao
Greensboro
History





Vinatop alet
teiota
P* ntiun+
SamOd%
South Durban
aeldoan



BNamillln
Cioinnati
Clevela.d.
Colunius
Ironton
MaIsfield
MaIsillon
Portsmouth
Toledo
Toungstown
Za"ewville
Total


LIAM NSW38W


IlsPI1_J____I__I______II- 11------n-9*rrS)~~1l)*I*~FII~U~~I--~YI --- -ild


f,4!""--. ^ r I, 'vw~ .. ...- w : *.' ., , I. '* *" ..


- -. -- --- -----a


J

.'"' 'n


1
I



ao
-4 :








f.'

1
37

14
1.
37
2

-4


1

i7
13
I
1
14
3





1
1
1
3

3
21






-4





L 3 -


Oklahma. City
Total

Astoria1
Portland
Total

Allentown
Altoona
Qrarleroi
lesson
Denver
Harrisburg
Haselton
Johnstown
aebanon
Philadelpbia
PittsbarAg .
Reading

Wiles Barre
To tal.


Providence
Total,

Anderson
Carleston
ChIIster
SColtmbiA
#loreace
.reenville
Greenwood
Lancaster
SSpartaiburg
Total

Nr ord
Cha.ttanooga
Johnson City
Knoxville
msephis


2
-1





10
4
1

3
1
3
353
195
3
17
352


1


1




3
1
6
1
1
1
1

14


1las
Fort Worth
-oustaon
SRp Antonio
Total

Wisletol


oanoke






Porinceten
Ibtal
T&tal


Charleston
Claxksburg
Mabscott
Parkersburg
Princeton
IWheelin


eplton
Madison
Milwaukee
Total


Total


7?
4
1


1
1


-SI
7
7


2
5
2
3
2
1

-IJ


1


Tacssc (Cont'd)
Tosvlle 1


TOTAL TOR CAlDk : 187


TANGTERI ES 1945-46 SEASON 3,433 Cars


9
13
3
-4
do,,,


al" gary
Zdntonn
Lethbridge
Medicine Hat
Total

Cr nbrook
Nelson
Vancouver
Victoria
Total




Brandlton



Kitchener



Windsoi
Total

Montrealon



Hiumboldt
TMoose Jaw
North Battleford
Prince Albert
Begin .. .
Saskatoon '
Swift Current
Yorkfon
Total


GCBAfD IOTL -


2
1


S
9
3
3
1^





;AIL '!: a' FU 14 "39' -
RAml 1I8gl2qTElZg YHDM CIMTa 194kiml


Albertville 2
Andalusia 3
Anniston 17
Bessemer 1
#Birmingem S54
Clanton 8
Clayton 1
Collinsville 1
Decatur 2
Dothan 3
Eufaula 1
Elba 3
Florence 6
Ft. Mc Clellan 14
t Peane i1
Gadsdoen 22
Huntsville 3
JaTper 1
Maxwell Field 1
Mobile 50
Montgmery 53
.Boanche 1
Selme 17
Salem 1
Sheffield 2
Sylacauga 1
'alladega 3
Troy 2
Tuscaloosa
Total

a eville 1
Cap Jos. T. obinson 2
Helena 4
Hot Springs 1
Little Bock 6
Total

Dewver
Total.


Brid eport
East~ atfordi
Hartford
New Britain
New Haven
Norwich
South Norwalk
Terryville
Waterbury
Waterford
Wallingford
Total

1ngton
Total
DIST. SCOrIMBIAW
Anacostia Jot.
Uniontown
Washington
Total


18
3
72
I
37
11
37
1
1
1
1 4


9
7


Cestview
Jacksonville
Pensacola
Total

I A yville
Albairg
Ameriaus
Athens
Atlanta
Augusta
Camilla
Columbus
Cordels
Covington
Dawson
SAteon
t. Banning
Ft. Me Phereon
ft. Oglethorpe
Gainesville
Griffin
Grovetown
Haw sville
Jose
La rangee
Lawrenceville
Macon
Mc Pherson
Madison
Marietta
Milledgeville
Millen
Oakland City
Bome
Roseville
Statesboro
Swainsboro
Sylvania
The mston
Thomasville
Valdosta
arrenton
Waynesboro
Ieat Point
Total

Leiiston
Total

"ngston
Cairo
Carbondale
QChampaign
Chicago
Danville
Decatur
Dixon
Elgin
Ft. Sheridan
Freeport


1





4
172
35
1
58
3
1
56

I
1
3
1
17
19
I
1
1
, 6
1
3


2
18
13
3


12
1
1
3
1
.2
1
1
70


GatL~aces
Joliet
Kankakee
Macoamb
Peoria

-ock, Isltnd
Scott Field
Springfield.
Streator
Total

Aooaington
Edinburg
Evansville
Ft. Wayne
Green Castle
Greensburg
Indian~polis
Kokomo
La Fayette
&Mncie
Richmond.
Seymour
Shelbyville
South Bend;
Terre Haute,
Wabash
STotal

3url inton
CedrBap ids
Des Moinxes
Total

Topeka
Total


3 Asuand
1 Bowaling Green
SCmpbellaville
Central City
Corbin
Covington
Edgoten
r t. En=o
Glasgow
Harlan
1 Easard
i Henderson
10 Jenkins
1 Lerington
284 Louisville
1 Lothair
3 Madisonville
lMayfie4d
1 Maysville
1 Middlesboro
2 Murray


1


2
1




7
5
27
a2
1
1
31

I
27
5
1
3




1









1.2
1







?
1
2
-4,


-4

3
7
2





1
3
4
1
18
6
7
1
21
1
a
1
3
2


L -





-40 .


RAIL DIRfiBm iDI i I M PIS. -> 1945- 46 SESON

Mixan CZtPs (CoirTpMJu)


AM 'O(cont'd.
Owebr
Paducah
Paintsville
Paris :
Total "a


Bat ouge
Leesville
Monroe
New Orleans
Shrevport
ctal

Bangor
Deering Jet
Portland
total


8
7
.3



2
4
4
48
-'d



1


Abereen 9
AbmrleenirovingGroundx 1
Baltimore 332
Colors 1
Cumberland 1
Ft. George Meade .11
Frederick 4
HagerstoPwn 44
Pocomoke City 10
Salisburyk

MASSACHUSETTS
'Ayer 1
Boston 503
.Brockton 3
SDihaton I
7ifchburg 5
Holyoke 10
Lawrence 1
Lynn 1
New Bedford 3
North Abington 1
Pittqfield 11
Revere 3
Somerville 31
Sringfield 60O
Worcester 1__
Total 3


t tle Creek
Bay City
Detroit
Flint
Grand rapids
Ishpeing
Jackson
Xalamasoo
Muskegon
Sagi a l
Total


1
3
170
20
26
2
a
2
5.
-2-A


Mitnnapolis
St, Cloud




Q %ielby
caburgl






Louisville
Peridian
West Point
Total
ISSOUREI
iEasas City
St. Louis
total



Total

bTotal




Manchester
Total
It. m DHB





;exsey City
hne tor
Maheterson




Phillipsburg
Princeton

Oteltoni
W btal
t. Ixr
JTesey Cietsy

Worth Hawthorfe
Paterson
Phillipsburg .
Princeton
Rutherford
Stelton,
Trenton
Botal


32
32
1
6



5
,1
1
1
1
1
5
1
12









--4
15






















2
1
'9
38
1
1
8
1
-i





-S


















9


3
38
3


M (Cont'dQ
Bronxt
Brooklyn
Buffalo
Cortland
Eat Bethany
Elaira.
Floral Park
Geneva
Glens Falls
Harlem River
Hornell
Jaeestown
Liberty
Lock4or '
Manchester
iaspeth
Melrose Jet.
Menands
Middletown
Mt. Vernon
Xewburg
New York City
Niagara Falls
Norwich
Forth Tonawanda,
Oleean
Plattsburg
Poughkeepsie
Rochester
Saranac Lake
Schenectady
Syracuse
u per Lake
Utica
Waterford
Watertown
Wellsville
Total

Abopkie
Asheville
Burlington
Caem Butner
Charlotte
Cherry Point
Cherryville
Durham
Elizabeth City
Elkin
Enfield,
Fayetteville
Ft. Bragg
Gastonia
Goldsboro
Greensboro
Greenville
Havelock
Henderson
Hickory
igh' Point
Zinston
Leaksville


12
2
1
146
2
1
18
7
2
3
22
3
5
5
3
1
11
1
9


13
2

17
1
2,374



6
1
17
10
'6


1
608
92
3








42
74





14
2
is
1
3
13
20
1
8
29
19
34
42
47
14
1
a
15
14
a






lALm 9= Sam-I wo~ -IU 114*.4


Mhtooreevillo 1
MM QU-196 1

mb. Aire 19


Tor~th Wilkesboro '2
:Psbastesrio1en 2
31



Salistuvy 13
2
S~sniorb15
Staltesville 4
hwloimasvlle 2a
%whison 5

Waldoin .1
'Wilmington~ 21
Wizdol 61
Winston Saftm
Total


31 dH


#CinobBmatt
760



Czsorton


Ierontlion
J..c~csaa

VBdnsfOe1l
Portsuouthb
8anf~sn


Zanesville
Total


11
3
a
1
7
I4j
55
1
14
3
a3
1

a
1
a
3
9

4
10
4


rcru-w~u I ~..bb.h wrrai


aBa








8
3
I

1

C L Wra en 4
Coatosrilla 2

zorrio.vrg 30'
N3gelton 13
Eoutxwae 3
Danrtingdoix~r~ ~ 31

Lazoastor 24
U~baro 36
35
ME;n 6
Noerrisbotove10
P1b4mdelphi. 700
Pitteblurdh 191
Pottsville
Reading 33
09tbdsle 1
Scranton 15
Sopmrset 1
S~b=711
Tyronea 3
uhiohtobora a
wllkos Barre 27
w~illiewnport 12



W5.11iapert I
Olnrueyvile 3
pav~tulcket 1 4



Arnerson 7
Besnnettsvoille 14
BiPhoyipo.illo1
Charleston 97


Colum~bia
ftore3wO
Fort 1Mkson
Gmeerille
Greawwoosd.
Jackson
Iin.stree
Izak City
Lmonastow
Z^urfs
Millions
Port;;

SIp.artan
Iralterboro
Total


TIota


Brist~ol
.Cwtp C9=0611e~
Chal tno
clarkavill's
Columbia,
Crossville
rebuxg
Tdixabethtono
Greenville
Huntingdon
Jackson
Johnson City
Kingsport
L^ Follette
Lvmwoe nbrg
Lebanon
XG Un~tie



Ni0owistlew

26eehville
Union CitC



Dallas
San Antonio
Tot&l


Cant' d)

18
23
14
86
31
1
1
3
1

11
3
3




297
3











3
17







2












18
1
71
9

6
1
3


-11
23
a






1
1


1
a
--H



..;A.;! tiB f


.:j



3
Y
"I?




j


17 f' J"
wql






PaZ sIsam ,t 0ef2tpLotus -. 1s.4s fsAso


Salt Lake City
Total


St. Joausbuy
White Biver Jt.
motal

aaco intk
Aleandria
B 2ato!:
Bristol
Broadmwey
Cep lee
Canp Pickett
Charlottesville
Caoington

DiRmont Springs
Tt. Belvoir
Ft, Eu6tis
La Crosse.
Lee Hall
Ianchbutg
feowport News
Iorfolk


Pulaski
Qmaptico


12
4
--A


Bor&L BatxEat
Stmaton
Taibewville
Feral'lsten



Sotal


Blvliee
Charlaston

rfton

=iicott
Martinpburg
fontgCanry
Norgcantown
Mvnadsville
Mulle"s
Naugatuck
Princrta
Painelle
ooosevnrto


3
101
1
13



3



46

1
1
40
8

3


1
1
3
. 9
17
1


SClaire
roid du Lao
Green Say
E2ansha
Madison
Milwaukee
Racine
Sh."oJabo











3a1 ra Falls
Ottavvii
Torontb
Total
Simcoe


# Diversion Points.


MTAL MOER OAV1A 144


GRAND TAL -X MIXED CITRUS 1945-.4 SEASON 11.617 cars


1
3
7
1
10




5










8
1


3
8
1





-4~P~sIR'F*~~;~Iqt?;u -rTp~~Spp4~:p~r"; r-.~ '":;~
U~~t~A~1A9W~~X El? )I. qnuhTW ~tf~i~I


-P -L~E -r--rir 1 -S


St.19 4540 Po94 8 4 .io94 1941-42 1940.41 1939.40
Sw Rail M Ply{arl Only ail Only Iail-Only ail-Boat ail-Boat ail-Boa2


Camr


Alabama
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Comnecticut
Delaware
Dist. of Columabia
Georgia
xdaho
1111inois
Indiana
Ions a

Kentucky
Louisiana

Maryland
Massaobusetta
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
-Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
New ENHpshire
New Jersey
New York
iorth Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
0klh-oma
Oregon
Penqsylvania
Bhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vezmont
Virginia
Washingtoan
Test Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyfomng
CANAM


S876
87
3
27
706
45
743
178#
1,030*
1
1,986
530
97
44
706
411
126
1,499
3,411
1,380
116
443
500
3
48

1,555
8,773
1,344
4
2,609
59
39
4,688
369
632
1
1,365
137
14
,34
676V
57
368
366
5
598


IOTAL 37,474 39,041 50,768 42,933 36,351 37,614 33,739
- Includes Jacksonville. Does not include Savaenah.
Jacksonville, not included.. V- Petersburg and Eicbhmnd not included.
o0- No boat shipments.
Government urchases included abov as follows:- 1939-40. season 8,105 cars
' '' *'' ^ *. ^


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944 1,098
91 180
1
a 9
671 755
33 .41
877 1,034
33a 30#
1,16.& 1,323*
7
1,890 3.717
6s3 95 0
54 101
16 31
656 850
339 851
120 151
1,559 8,210
3,4685 3,898
1,801 1,831
81 212
465 669
495 74.3
3
15 .50
10 18
1,345 1,213
9,474 11,769
1,351 1,504
a 7
8,573 3,974
7 70
a 10
5.82 7,054
412 494
1,218 810
1 9
1,220 1t,573
16 350
7*
81 17
1,095s' 899w
6 37
347 434
246 343
1
820 1,166


969

59
620
35
800
oo0#
918*
1
2,383
706
173
48
687
98
1,616
3,973
1,644
298
491
765
19
87
5
746
10,057
1,101
17
3,453
73
47
5,196
337
567
21
1,639
448
19
35
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399



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3,304
1,139





45,6
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11,036
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2,587
17



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5,630
413
315
956
37
17
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180
153

334


693
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2


98
1, 34

1,119
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535






9
1,134
3,839
1,119
84,
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406





;246
168
11
1,091


3,6553
9

5.689
405
346

1,085
11
16


169

559


558
38

859
8
391
34t
3800
2,113
437
15
15


3,603
1,110
3,003
1,087
199
395
420
34.

1,
10,293.
447

2,411
51
1
4,335
479
ale
4
890
1


I
134
306

168







B WAsrWIMULL2 ort 0U DXStaa1BUIT. fitT.Da GRaPiaUI!
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State 1945-46 Ig4414. ol943,44e 943-439o 1941-48 19
Bail Only bail Oly| BtOi1nly Rail Oly BailJoat Bai
CaAUs .21" !;Ax An aQa=


Alabama 77 80 138 137 140 .193 47
Arkansas 1 9 2 -
Colorado 3 3 17 3 5 1
Comnecticut 94 82 150 171 251 849 231
Delaware 2 1 7 1 -
Dist. of Columbia 286 261 331 317 10 1 154
rlorida 129# 2 3# 7# 481 72f -1
Georgia 184* 182 226' 212* 28 5 179* 31"
Idaho 3 4 -
Illinois 253 140 599 357 532 810 295
Indiana 40 53 138 113 191 165 31
leox 19 16 60 50 28 47 24
Kansas 4 8 7 11 1 2
KentucIy 70 41 122 154 193 183 75
Louisiana 31 13 51 O8 40 66 37
Maine 13 13 29 35 29 38 16
Maryland 449 336 490 .425 485 4 412
. Massachusetts 671 588 819 830 1,170 1, 988
Michigan 248 504 468 513 525 804 291
Minnesota 30 32 99 44 50 148 38
Mississippi 4 10 57 45 134 19 1
Missouri 52 5 54 169 71 123 134 54
Montana 10 2 28 7 5 9
Nebraska 6 6 26 31 1 -7
New Eamshire 2 4 22 2
New Jersey 385 315 388 321 5134 447- 211
New York 4,342 3,167 4,104 4,275 4,920 6,245 4,966
North Carolina 199 183 271 320. 233 160 49
North Dakota, 3 2 2 5 26 1
Ohio 288 217 909 898 742 1,222 521
Oklahom 7 3 16 3 7 2 2
Oregon 40 21 49 12 13 21 11
Pennsylvania 1,293 1,110 1,669 1,581 1,6791 2,34 1,484
Bhode Island 68 52 67 61 99 134 10
South Carolina 47 56 79 101 178 132 12
South Dakota 3 3 3 22 1
Tennessee 87 72 177 165 222 205 98
Teoas 2 2 10 10 15 2 -
Utah 20 3 21 7 4 1 2
Veimnt 3 1 2 6. 9 17
Virginia 1713 1576' 243V 209W 128 7 142;
Washington 39 25 50 14 5 23 6
West Virginia 31 22 43 20 96 151 4
Wisconsin 63 34 115 30 74 146 21
Wyoming 2 -

CANADA 456 286 669 386 250 568 126


50TAPL 10,223 7,857 18,930 12,023 13,580 17,272 10,376
-C Includes Jacksaonille, Does not include Savanaeh


- Jacksonaille, at included.
- No boat shipments.


SW- Petersburg & Ricbmond, not included.


Government Purchaes included above as follows:- 1941-42 season- 1,799 cars;
1940-41 season- 5,319 cars,


40-41 1939-40
l-Boat Bail-soat


_CarS


JCQas


P





4 -




*S^v~ It9i434 g 9W4 1148 1940.41 1939.40


Arkansas
California
. Colorado
Conecticut
Delmware
Dist. of Coliubia



riorisa




ew Yorgiak
Ilslaiss
7. lo Isl




Visoisia
yand
assacus




Miohigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Motianat

Hew York
Soyth Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
PennaylTvaOia
Bhade Island
South Caarolifa
Tennessee .
'Texas
Utah
Vaaeaont
Virginia
Wasaitgton

Ifanaing


23
8
1
18




200
30
10
9
23
28
1
189
183
154
21
2
73
80
85
870

365
8
11,
605
36
18
71
15

136*
10
17
18
1


53


65
1

39*
300
,87
84
18.
37
11
9
117
209
834
44
1
118

11
74
801
63
1
451
15
19
713
43
18
89
19

31
a24
25
54


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1

10
78
8

428
315
182
8


3
188
191
263
50
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98
1
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59.
805
53
429
14
10
587
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73
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36,

1010
351
as
13
2o
351

58
3
139
241
318
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35
56
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6
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4 4., 166. 3,8e2 58 ,,o7
tOL 3,433 .4,185 3,888 5,083 2,183 3,248 2,712
#~ ~ I l i


- Jacksonville, not, included.
So- So boat shipments,


Does pot inclWe $avannah
(IP. Petersburg & Sichment, sol included,


Government Purchasms include& above as follows:- 19443 season- 741, cars.


- f.-


*1


a8 4

3 r
33 53 59

5 10
-1 -4
4* 3* 1*
145 205 216
81 15 84
3 8

9 17 9
5 9 8
2 1 -
55 71 89
154 273 155
125 163 156
12 23 24

21 89 43

3 4 5
14 14 8
878 1,368 1 049
12 11 18

196 270 318
3 3 -
413A 513 431
28 30 61
1 3
7 28 33
I 1 1
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4 1 -
4 5 5
7 16 28
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146 Ma 5 67 4' 6 1 1 .
Coorado 1' 5 3 1 -




Illinois 3,31 39; 3j9 3917 2? 286- 278
Indian UO 14;' 27 24 140 55 85 ;1s
Iowa 6 is 43 29 53 24 6
Artansas 1i s 11 4 1
Don.cticut 147 125 108 76 93 137 145
Mela1aw 5 6 4 6 1 1 1
aDiet. f Col41mbi 149 18 16 133 82 9 23
neoria 3d^ 37# 24 3^ ^ -$
Gaeoiacues 9037 a4 678 5164 6348 98* 1396
Idaho I 1
llinois 331 96 341288 397 217 286 278
Idinea .140 14 74 140 55 85 1
iois 6 17 23 29 2 69
Moansas 1 12 18 11 4 1 -
InwJersey ,230 179 198 173 110 145 183
Louisiana 57 48 102 76 59 20 56
aiore 534 23C a 12 9 11 16
Noryland 414. 37 455 473 A28 70 .3
assahusetts 634 495 520 664 633 658 614
Mhigaon 232 8 337 167 31 69
Minnesota 44 38 44 23 13 31 19
PMisissippi 78 97 15 1 155 107 9 91
Missouri 73 83 3 133 95 62 64 8
Moth Dakota 1 1
Neva=da 4- 1
,Uew ta pshir 1) I? 13 3 3 10
ew Jersey 182 174 14 113 70 74 57
iewYrork 2,903 2,519 2,441 2,821 2,226 990 1,537
North Dekoa 1 1 a 2 1
Ohio 506 491 771 939 466 359 63
klyaoma 6 19 15 2
Oregon 5 3 3 4 3 4
Pennsylvania 1,335 1,173 1,180 1,521 1,296 946 1,05o
Rhode Island 85 102 71 69 40 53 119
South Carolina 563 551 '361 253 161 74.
SouCwh Dakota 1 2 69 118 1
Tennessee 628 520 787 728- 572 451 512
exeas 4 3 19 3 -




S 11, 10,41 123108 2083 891 6,13 6,90





# Includes Jacksmvilli ;;r. noz Inaltl Sv atInaih.
Taksonville, nott u19 3 15 15 14 4 2& Ric n
Virginio 41W 438 496S. 3boat 1ship 2ent 36
Washington 6 3 3 .8 2 1
Vest Virginia 349 226 250 236 177 219 134
WTisconsin, 82 4Q 67 45 60 34 31
UHyosaing 4 -
GAJADA 144 180 219 269 88 113 20


S 11, E 10.451 12,108 i2,083 8,291 6,1323 6,960
% Includes Jacksonville, iDoes not inolude Satrezmah.
t Jaoksorrville, not included. 6B- Does not include Peters'lrg & Ricbon~I.
0*- Ko boat shipments.







TwU"ffdAlm A ftimdalihmlid *eA *'riW ArtII Ak an A fttt


dlusi 4,051 9
B n 1867S 3,98 7,3
.bothan 17,773 1,007 1,9W
CGdaeu8 386 8 a
Xea4lan 9,345 10 104
Mobile 31 5,0 8






Ltba1. R 3,950 168 3
Ot he2rs -





'^Bwwn 135 39 70




S 8,306 1370
Oers 2a
Taningord 170.


tw1o
A;thns





Siffin

State oro
. hiaoston
Va.ldsta.
Waaley
ftycross


6,969
4,496,
263,030
17,570
18,809
28,783
61028
9,889
7,435
a.125

'11,771
4,386
23 174
14,672
9,868
17,373


1,333
361
s0,443
2,104
4,013'
3,881
353



1777
L34

2 106
546
a,734


fflmfiCet 1 2*' a "'8 sm
6393483D2325 3Mbel


Chicag
Peotria
' frjifild
Tiaiai~ *


852 -
334 55
19,987 3,344 9,927,
4,442 280 809
2:540 85 1,'
1,6888 31 .3
3,W 350 a2b


1F uSson 16,012 739 63
ilO 9.769 758 1,588
t 10 3
lis 40,844 9,808 4,171
ouh686 44
TerrM Saunt 1698 351 4
Vincmnes 7,313 38
,Othrs S I


Burlington
Others


nbatstana
Wichita


4owingGreen


Seibree
Others
I- .'


1,194
93
S6,760
S,946

319


31
9,47.
1,496 \
363
1,640
3,651
2,018
782
3,634


10
-^l~


--++


485 35 5
439
5,565 60 1,433
190 -
8,535 5


1,904 2m8 38
aton RBoug- 38 -
New Orleans. 4,363 1,747 3,534
Su.ei' 1,450
Others 1 0 A 4


sSSi 33,M91 6,794 16,403
rbbyiajad. 467 .6
lagprstow 4 ,38-. 433 409
Pooaoke City 3.610 760
rinoess Anae 3,600 214
Salisbury 11 .351 845
Others


)ozII*s


BoXes


(Made available. hru thmeo o4f to Stite W inter so on, 71a.)
Oct. 1. 194B to ltoy 1946, IMlatui e.


]Dissfil
namlolrs.


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OrQan tea- -
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894 193'
--885 --X3









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Boxes Boxes Boxes


Bosn 8 5
Souithwek 75 7
Others _


Benn Earbor
Detroit
iGrandt Rapids
Kalamaaoo
Lansing
St. Joseph
Others






Rattiesburg
Jackson
Meriian
TIpelo
Others


agpe Givreai
.Carthage
Joplin
St. Louis
Others


2,798 51 40
935 212 188
7,444 306 3,488
7,384 1,501 761
4,512 1,197 .. 82
175 -


-*. ', -
102 S


1,799 7 35
3,491 707 668
230 100 436
8,825 1,103 3,299
7,227 473 763
Z6,90 2,M -67


a, 3, 59 877
300 228
476
7'.6 223


4 tic City 270
HaEpton 1,231
Newark 101
T.enton 1,682
Others .


A-bany 145
Pu'ffalo 1,026
Elmira 2,187
New York City 9,073
Rochester 3,177
yracuse 582
r surg 5,013
Watertown 240
Others
;5, 54


625
221
360
153



642
631
3,534
1,308
3
1,705


306
1,308
600


jctn-

ages
-
'*Bqi
I {

!


17
36
-2
33


15
906
63
1,206
366
677
718
13


VBwiftgton
. atteville



Georetonia
GoldUeboro
G.reenboro
SeXerson



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Tlmloresville
Ilson




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Portsvlleuh
Tolesvile
Y=l ington
Wilsors
Winston Salem i






Other










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Colurriburg
















Pittsbur
Roadinn,
Scranton
Pilkes B~xre
Portiauth
Toledo
You town



City





3iglerville
Harrisburg
Johnstowmn
M&PleasantMill
Philadelphia
Pitteburgh
Beading
Scranton
Wilkes Barre
Villiamsport
York


3,236
476
1,573
741
85
1,412
2,158
33.
1,896
1,211
31
493
4,837
23
236
522
892
783
1,676
707
270
5,338/
-31-,W


S875 118
3,768 412
535 14
8,760 240
2:766 439
348 177
1,215 13
329 25



10 1

7-S


.572
285
212
757
218
5,904
,9,035
.850
1,429
1
5,646
2,141
19,961


89
24
43
1,093
755
201
295
613
1,334
1,645


It~


LE
Am*$~


Boxes


1,$783
5, 94
9,183
864

6,181
531
B 1,733
10,094
6,311
584
1,366
4,266
63;944
3,802
3,001
a, EI01
10,367'
10 261
7,928
4,415
10 708
30,585
37o


lapA!Am.. usIMU A


oot.. 1,. 1946. to y3,.


'~'Di~etiL
: na;tiarqg
- ----


Ii I-- -- r-; -r-- --r.;~.~-. -i


M,461
1,339
1,443
2,387
98
1,030
1,895
40
255
1,841
1,878
439
762
18,030
332
514
585
1,176
1,086
1,647
986
1,128
7,773



114
146
147
638

490
$20
97


457



43
14
15
873
1,383


1,803
490
1,881





S4* 4-


Qot. 1, 1945 -o My aIt 194, loolusive.

zOoe g 8eL. )oz s 3og
">1'1" "* * *BoarB iDb~r ~w r ** *. ( .\'' .oW **


WM A (Cobtt V


a ,089 180 8
Charleston 16:673 4,91"6 ,400
Cbestr .761 180 A-
ColurabU 146,014 3,4 8U,9
^Wirlle 7,?90 1, 1.9
S1,03 55 17
5u 8,40Z 1,533
"[o1iir Bi6 56
parttburg 10 569 855 .3
sater 3368 101
Sr1bo:920 5 378 71
u "a 10.9 739 -JAM
.513,74 35,"~"~33. 7


- oo S.m 3,962 777 495
,lk 9:487 3,515 3,754
Petembarg 735 300 15
icd orm 8,074 3,80w 6.692
1Iontok 31,394 10,:58 6,812
BSral etreat 145 1-
Stnto 10,354 4064 1,305
Sutlk 665 ,
Others 3.1


340 35 a
1t 9 393 8.793
Sa c ,1 3,902 3,79
hsb g 31 141 .

-*r( 4 3


Cha tanooga

Johnmso City

i.n
Kirris torn
ashvile
Others

SEEKSs


4 353 932 1,
11,189 1,759
3 435 31 177
.6 -1 76
3,618 1,54 1,740
1.811 390 968
19,274 1,984 2,1
2,315 113 184
a,411 543 254
837


Others




Sot Speottceda


560 398
660 13 4


8.5653 1, 10


On er 3 317 300 35
Dallas 5,054 1,723 2,675
Ft. Tort 1,9.
Sebpton M,333 1,176 4,01
San Antonio 2,=: 5.869
Others


I"s l1 SS 835 116
ChalottOsvill 1, 017 172 3
Deavillo 1r989 177 90
B8ri2 333 -
st m gaibt08u8 3,142 00,5
tynokhburg 3,599 2,' 1,3Z





IanoM t-%6. n71806v 16,f871. 10,S5W


iS3Tton I e
sBt. Cathrin 809 430 1
toot 3,609 476






gWasD AL 3,038,885, 317,900 394.838


s Boxes


1,086


.1

i


i




S- -


50 -

W SIGBSAD APMK AWSJIO 2ICs ORAES


Y o;- .C ITT



S tandrd St da '. Tgas. &U W3- adar Standarr4

rWhdieek .9 oes- A.g bou gag gisit Bo I A i _.. aoes A-_
Engist Caare I Avg. Cagre ~ ^ 08raj. Carfs Ir, Cr Arg, Caer | Avg.


Oct. 12
19
6 2
bov. 3
9i
16
23
30
Dec, 7
14
321
28
Jai 4
11
18
a 5
Yeb. 31
8
15
22
Mar. 1
8
15
22
29
Apr. 5
12
19
26
May ,3
10
17
24
31
June 7
14
21
28
July 5
12
19
26
Aug. 2


4 t.33
18 4.52
66 59.91
85 3.93,
88. 31.6
66 4.15
64 4.32
93 4.45
84 41
70 4.49
30 5.93
55 5.21
139 4.29
113 3.61
35 4.39
48 4.46
97 .04
90 4,12
87 3.91
87 4.16
51 4.78
116 4.41
94 4.25
111 4.55
93 4.72
74 4.83
96 4.92
68 4.99
102 4.98
5 4.98
66 4,.98
46 4.98
25 5.08
79 5.08
44 5.08
26 5.08
10 5.08
22 5.76
25 6.03
14 6.55
3 5.07
3 3.26


- .


2 $3.93
1 3.64
7 3.97
8 4.10
23 .76
3 5.37

1 5.11
1 4.09
4 3.28
2 4.55
4 4.49
3 3.79
3 3.73
1 4.19
1 3.97
1 4.25


2 4.85
- ^




- -
- -


4 $4.33
42 4.34
$6 3.91
a8 3,93
88 3.62
66 4.14
71 4,29
101 4.48
86 4.16
73 4.53
30 5.92
56 5.21
140 4.29
117 3.60
37 4.40
52 4.46
100 4.03
93 4.11
87 3.91
88 4.16
52 4,76
116 4.41
95 4.25
111 4.55
93 4.72
74 4.83
98 4.92
68 4.99
102 4.98
50 4.98
66 4.98
46 4.98
25 5.08
79 5.08
44 5.08
26 5.08
10 5.08
22 5.76
35 6.02
14 6.55
2 5.07
2 3.26


7 $4.78
8 4.68
6 4.57
17 4.35
38 4.60
49 4.84
63 5.10
74 4.90
89 5.13
44 6,91
44 6.41
78 4.97
97 4.50
65 4.90
64 4.96
78 4,96
77 4.93
67 4.81
92 4.74
51 5.08
71 5.06
77 4.86
63 4.98
66 5,03
53 5.09
50 5.17
57 5.3,
59 5.33
58 5.23
30 5.23
26 5.23
14 5.33
28 5.33
22 5.33
8 5.33
3 6.00
1 6.07
-- -,


TOIAL 46 4.13 2676 4.49 2722 4.49 1788 5.06 3109 5.23

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ----------------------..-- 4,510 cars Avg. $4.72

Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Echa age & the Federal-State Market News Service


223 $4.30
197 4.42
.164 4.47
151 4.86
142 4.20
117 4.36
96 5.34
108 5.55
102 5.16
137 4.76
57 6.42
25 7.98
83 5.41
61 5.06
32 4.93
35 4.80
16 5,06
13 6.26

34 5.13
37 5.03
30- .98
36 4.67
17 4.98
5 5.26
12 4.88
15 5.09
7 5.53
60 6.06
35 6.06
15 6.06
28 5.87
35 6.16
39 6.16
74 6.16
68 5.47
83 5.42
143 4.63-
161 5.58
119 6.71
127 7.53
153 6.30











SFit I4AD3 L t! IA

a I 8 A- s 1 A caI STOC


Sta.


Oct.13
19
286
1oe#, 3
9
16
23
30
D*c. 7
14
28
JX, 4
11
18
25
rFb. 1
8
15
22
Ma)b. 1
8
15



9
"ugr &
10
17





July 6
26
Aug. 31
Ju1e 7





Aug. 3


82 4.53 1104 4.27


1186 4.29


- -



1 *2.85
1 3.47
5 4.99
5 5.03
1 5.72
3 4.51
11 4.80
6 4.51
5 4.49
2 4.51
7 4.51
6 4.90
4 4.X0
4 4.48
3 4.77
5 4.66
5 4.43
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1 $3.96
6 4.15
11 3,96
14 3.93S
43 3,5
32 S.09
41 4.30
34 410
55 4.
48 4.
3 4.44


67 3.86
31 3.
25 3.2
28 4.47
47 3.98
60 3,99
51 4.0
60 4.04
34 4.60
60 4.31
53 4.14
40. 4.6
35 4.7


4 4.96
5 4.70
1 4.96
2 5.05
3 5.06
3 5.06
3 S.07
3 6.06
6 6.66
5 6.14
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1 3.95
6 4.1 -
11 3.96
14 3.93
43 3.59
33 3.86 1 $4.95
48 4.30 3 4.78
35 4. 11 4,82
S413 5.48
17 5.27
68 448 19 5,37
S4.95 17 5.65
30 5.13 6 5.80
78 14 4.85
37 4.00 8 4.90
30 4.06 27 4.60
24 4.47 4 4.83
54 4.03 8 4.94
68 4.04 6 4.95
55 4.08 5 4.72
64 4,07 9 4.85
37 4.61 7 5.06
65 4,34 9 4.99
8 4.17 18 4.93
59 4.25 82 4.97
42 4.61 11 5.02
35 4.77 8 5.05
18 4.91 5 5.12
9 4.97 6 5,20
13 4,96 5 5.21
4 4.96 7 5.20
5 4.70 7 5.20
1 4.96 4 5.20
2 5.05 2 5.30
a 5.06 7 5.3p
3 5.06 4 531
3 5.07.
3 5.06 -
6 5.66
5 6.14 -
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52 $4.27
63 4.39
58 4.03
53 4.31
46 4.05
36 4.02
22 4.32
16 4.73
20 5.47
20 5.35
9 6.38
. 6.65
21 5.19
13 4.79
6 5.08
4 5.10
9 5.05
3 4.56

S 5,18



3 4.63
9 64,15




,4 6.15
16 6.15,
24. 5.83
4 4.64
4 4.71
1 3.07

3 5.47
16 6.04







4a 6.94
7 6.05


95 7.17
65 6.19
16 6.15,
24 5.83
48 4.94.
36 4.71
56 5.15
42 6.94
56 7.17
65 6.19


892a 5.07


Total Sales, Toride oranges, all wvariatie '
01 qoPtaues, all sections -- ---------------------------- 478 ars A 4.44

Made availebe
thra the cooperation of the Iorida Citrs lchtro. tbhe Tera>l-State Uarket eows Service


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19
26
NOv. 2
9
16
30
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14
21
28
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11
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25
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8
15
22
Mar. 1I
8

23
12
19
26
May 3

'24
31
June 7
.14
21
28
July 5
13
19
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2 4.57
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5 4,2A
10 4.55
15 4.06
9 4.33
8 4.71
10 4.97
8 4.82
14 4.00
5 4.49
10 4.78
12 4.97
11 5.05
9 5.12
11 5.12
10 5.12
9 5.12
6 5.12
4 5.22
8 5.22
2 5.22


2 5.93
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$ $4.67
8 4.67
6 3.74
7 3,73
6 3.81f
4 4.60
5 ,408
9 4.58
8 4.21
4 4.20
8 4.64
I 6.08
9 4.19
8 3.57
3 4.57
8 4.63
10 4.55
15 4.06
90 4.33
8 4.71
10 4.97
8 4.83
14 4.00
5 4.49
10 4.78
12 4.97
11 5.05
9 5.12.
11 5.1
10 5.12
9 5.13
6 5.13
4 5.28
8 5.332
2 5.23


8 5.92


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$3.98
5.38
5.01
4.90
4.82
5.99
5.91
4.85
4.45
4.96
5.11
5.07
4.61
5.11
5.23
-4.82
3.98
4,75
4.81
5.17
5.37
5.37
5.37
5.37
5.37
5.37
5.47
5.47
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45 $4.66
67 4.35
50 4.50
44 4.65
45 4.14
36 4.00
25 4.99
26 5.61
33 5.56
41 4.96
21 6.13
5 7.51
23 5.47
25 5.27
14 5.21
11 5.05
7 5.07
6 5.27
3 5.533
7 5.30
9 5.25
14 5.11
11 4.78
10 4.65
7 5.09
4 5,35
2 5.37
1 5.57
2 5.57
31 6.09
12 6.03
3 5.82
11 6.09
13 6.16
16 6.19
26 6.19
23 5.88
35 4.94
42 5.09
55 5.57
36 6.61
43 7.36
48 6.22


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TrA, 1 .3.14 250 4.60 51 4.5 112 4.94 988 5.32
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total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ----------- ------------ 363 cars Arg. $4.70

Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus j change & the lederal-State Market News Service




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3 4.45
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S397
6 3.37

12 3.77
6 4,08
7 4.46
9 4,73
13 4,41
12 4
8 432
15 4.53
13 4.87
11 5.08
7 ;5.87
4 5,25
4 .13
8 53
5 5.20
2 5.35
2 5.23
2
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2 5 26
8 5
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Total Sales, lorida oranges, 4i vrarxtfies, ., .
all containers, all- sections ------------------- 8 c A. 8.48


thm the coqpertion 4# the ni.bida Citru. -xchawge r'the Seterale-Staue Mthtt News -Servies


4


4.3
4.60
4,71
4.91






4.08
4.46
4.41
4.18
4.64
4.53
4.87
6.08
5.287
5.25
5.13
5,13
5.20
5.35
5.23
5.af
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3 24.71
3.73
S4.59
6 5.47
S5 6.50
20 5.88
4 5.73
16 6.41
11 6.89
20 5.43
- 15 5.16
15 4.89
S3 .4.63
S5.0
5 5.21
6 5.10
3 .5.30
5 5.08
5 5.10
10 ,'4.8
S.9 5.01
a 5.205
.1 5.33
M 5.53
S31 6,06
S7 6. 06
-13 6.06
- 9 8.05
I- 6 6.16
- 7 646

2 4.79
- 17 4.39
25 5.49
15 6.78
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2 4.70.
5 3 57
8 3. 30
4 4.13
5 4.46
10 4.51
6 4.48
7 4.77
9 4,64
5 4.99


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14
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232
29
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19
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1 *4?70
a 4.70
5 3.57
8 310
4 4.13
5 4.46
30 4.51
6 4.,48
7 4.77
9 4.64
4 4.95


18 $4.95
22 4.58
31 4.03
22 4.18
14 3.98
11 4.27
8 5.64
11 6.38
25 4.89
15 5.87-
8 7.43
9 6.20
13 5.03
9 4.91
7 4.74
3 4.96
5 5.02
2 5.02
1 5.33
S 5.27
5.14
2 4.88
5 4.49
1 5.24
1 5,08
1 5.33
1 -5.53

2 .6.05
3 6.06
1 6.16
3 6.16
1 6.16
5 5.65
12 4,52
14 5.46
12 5.96
10 7.32
14 7.13
10 5.78


TOTA 1 5.13 195 4.43 196 4.43- 1 5.23 341 5.26

Total Sales, Florida orpges, all.varieties,
all containers, all sections *------------- - 197 cars Avg, 4.43

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thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchbage & the Federal-Stato Market News Service


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4.53
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4.53
4.19
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4.54
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4.157
4.99
5.15
5.15
5,15
5.15
5,15
5, 5
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5.25
4.48


3.70
4.23
4.54
4.19 '
3.96
4.35
4.88
4.54
4;33
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5.15
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all oate a all seoti --------------- --- 345 os Ig. -$4.3


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5.19

3 5.36
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12 _4,4
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370 5.3

4 5.03
- 8. 5,15
3 5.17

-16 6.11,
7 5.3

6 9641
3 4 6.01.
S41 5.93
4t 5.50
- 13 S.83
- 390 6.11
' 16 6.11
- 31 6.1'
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26 17 3E93

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n 3 A10 .?4 12 5.53
30 1 15 4.' 16 .54 17 5.64
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2o 4 .9y 7 4,97 7.04
8 3 4.364 3 4,3 129 5.67
4.15 1 4.15 16 4.60
,11 6 3,91 6 3.91 17 4.81
18 13 34.4 10 3.34 16 4.69
35 1 4.54 1 4.35 20 4.98
Feb. 1 1 4.59 1 4.59 17 5.13
8 5 4.49 5 4.49 19 5.08
15 13 3.51 12 3.5 2 13 5.06
28 6 4.3 6 4.37 17 5.29
mar 1 13 3.70 1 3.70 19 4.81
8. 2 4.76 3 4 76 16 4.76
15 8 4.14 8 4.14 19 4,76
2 8 4.05 8 4.05 9 4.95
29 10 4.77 10 4.77 14 5.13
Apr 5 19 4.53 19 453 8 5.22
8 12 11 4.73 11 4.93 7 5.39

19 5 5.01 5 5.01 15 5.049
22 4- 6 -- 13 5.29
Mar 1 2 5.04 2 5.04 1 5.9 .8
80 4. 5.06 4 5.06 1 5.99

1 5.04 1 5.04 14- 5.65
31 .. .- 10 6.10
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14 .- 16 6.1
29 1 5.14 1 5.14 19 5.24
28 35 4.97
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12 16 5.03
19 13 7.23
26 4 6,49
g. 5.0 25 5.74

7 10- 1 4. 195 4.2 1 .4 174 5.26

otal Ses,. loida orages, all v ieties,
all contaners, all secfiona- 1-- .--- ---,- 196 ca rs.4 g $4.


thr~ the cooperation of the Florida Citrus :lchan e the Federal-Stte a~rket News Service
?thru: the cooperation of thAe riorida Citrus Excbsange & the Fectemal'-State Market News Service



























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4.44
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3.92
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6.45
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18 4.651
17 4.51
13 4.75
15 3.78
9 4.19
10 3.83
6 5,18
4 6,48
7 5.76
10 5.47
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1 '5,06
8 4.03
1 6.08
4 6.12
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3 6.13
4 6.99
13 5,06
9 4.29
9 6.88
14 6.88
15 6.82
13 6.16


oQTAX. 8 4.34 370 4.17 37 47 235 5.88

otal S9ales, florida,orag, all varieties,
all conta.ines, all sections ------- .....-----..---.-. 372 o&s Avg. $4.17


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8
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22
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Apr. 5
13
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10
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4 4;f81
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9 4.29
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10 4,8011
4 5.35
1 4.83
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6 4.00
3 4.66
9 4.60
11 4.11
14 3.9
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8 4.471

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1 4.03
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15 4.75
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4.36
5.14
5.98
5.58
4.75
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6.31
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5.52
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6.04
6.04.
6.15
6.11
5,92
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4.99
6.23
7.07
7.62
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TOTA 1 4,71 261 4.43 ,62 4.43 886 5.50

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties, .
all containers, all sections ---------------------------- 262 cars Avg. $4-43

Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida.Citrus Bxbbapgg & the Federal-State Market News Service


$4.71
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Jotil Sales, 3Tortia oraSges, all arietis,
all oontaiiners, all section -------- ----- 308 ars Ag. $4.45
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34 4.9 34 4 -
68 4. 68 7 4.78
1313 3.8 131 5 8 4.68
203 3.66 3.66 6 4.57
173 3.74. 174 3.73 19 4,36
158 4.3 160 4.23 41 4.61
193 4.30 S 4.8 61 4.84
235 4.3 43 4.35 78 5.15
197 4.33 206 4.34 95 4.96
203 4.49 r 1 4.51. 118 5.15
84 5.28 86 5.28 66 6.51


195
'26
Nov. 2
9
16
30
Dec. 7
1
28
Jan. 4
11
18
'25
Feb.- 1
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15


15 5.10
304 4.15
261 3.67
105 4.20
S108 4,48
227 4.12
260 4.02
232 3.97
228 4.13
163 4.66
M23 4.40
267 4.19
258 4.46
248 4.64
194 4.81
1"3 4.96
114 5.03
152 5.01
98 5.03
104 4.98
73 5.02
37 5.11
112 5.11
65 5.10
39 5.11
15 5.09
32 5.67
34 6.02
15 6.51
4 5.76
3 3.86


53 6.31
97 4.94
119 4.53
100 4.82
7 4.95
95 4.96
90 4.91
73 4.79
106 4. 74
62 5.06
84 5.04
103 4.81
95 4.95
84 5.00
65 5.09
57 5.17
66 5.23
69 5,23
63 5:23
42 5.23
34 5.23
19 5.33
40 5.33
30 5.34
8 5.33
3 6.00
1 6.07
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2 $3.93
1 2.85
2 3.85
10 3.90
8 4.10
9 4.56
9 6.05
2 5.42


TOTAL 135 4.38 5903, 4.41 -038 4.41 2230 5.05 9281 5.31

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------- -------- ----- 8,268 oars Avg. $4.58

Made -availble
thru the cooperation of the Florida-CiruB ExchbaBge & the Federal-State market News -Service


513 $4.52
528 4.46
434 4.49
416 4.38
382 4.17
295 4.38
237 '5.4
299 5.61
330 5.23
354 5.25
/222 6.34
127 :6.31
232 5.29
205 4.99
139 4.87
124 4.97'
102. 5.08
86 5.16
58 5.19
94 5.24
106 5.08
123 5.00
139 4.91
105 4.89
79 5.13
39 5.22
33 5.15
60 5.39
47 5.47
211 6.04
123 6.00
95 5.83
103 5 97
107 6.13
103 6.15
177 6;15
210 5.69
341 5.15
366 4.76
422, 5.58
317 6.89
376 7.33
443 6.13;


111 5.12
291 4,14
251 3.66
98 4.19
103 4.48
217 4.11
251 4.01
338 3.90
223 4.12
158 4.66
268 4.40
261 4.19
2514.47
248 4.64
194 4.81
171 4.96
114 5.03
1523 5.01
98 5.03
104 4.98
72 5.02
37 5.11
112 5.11
65 5,10
39 5.11
15 5.09
32 5,67
34 6.03
15 6.51
4 5.76
3 3.86


Apr.


July


Aug.


4.66
4.48
4.01
4.50
4.49
4.39
4.24
4.50
4.42
4.57
4.66
4.40
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2 3.60
1 3.7
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3 3.46
3 3.84
5 3.73
10 3.46
8 3.39
43.66
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9 2,71
10 2.361
3 2.63
5 3.9
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2'2.66
8 2.31
3:2.47
3 2.5
1 3.25
2 3.06,
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1 3.85
3 3.85
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7 3.88
5 2.77
3 1.97
3 1.30
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4 3.86
8 3.57
8 3.90
3 3.57

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10 3,4
8 3.39
4 366
10 3.31
4 3.04
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3 2.62
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3 3,85
3 2.43
2 23,31
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5 2.77
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10 4.88
1 4.48
17 3.97
16 3.98
12 3.86
113.61
16 3 63
24 3.32
17 3.13
6 3.15
13 3.27
9 3.83
6 3,79
10 3.84
5 3.84
11 3.62
9 3.71
54.17
7 3.95
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9 3.57
4 3.93
32 3.31
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4 3.17
4 3.81
3 3.45
18 4.08
8 3.41
10 3.30
7 3,66

21 8.86
62 3.58
14 8.90
9 2.99
13 2.86
15 2.80
12 2.83
43.11
13 2,91
13 3.18
20 3.30
28 3,26
31 3.16
86 3.48
34 3.63
31 3.55
47 3.05
89 3.34
33 3.75
27 3.55
19 3.91
30 3.98
19 3.99
32 3.08
82 2.47
6.2.11.
5 .69
1 2.09


2 3.54
3 3.58
9 3.57
4 3.93
38 3.31
3D 2.85
4 3.17
9 3.65
3 3.45
13 3.99
8 3.41
11 3.30
7 3.66
5 3.39
81 2.85
85 2.58
14 2.90
13 3.03
13 2.86
15 2.80
13 2.83
4 3.11
16 3.05
14 3.34
21. 3.31
18 3.268
34 3.16
26 3.48
36 3.61
34 3.51
50 3.06
30 3.24
23 3.75
27 3.55
19 3.91
30 3.98
19 3.99
33 3.08
22 2.47
6 2.11
5 2.69
1 2.09


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OO 3. 3 304 178 3.05 181 3.05 347.3.84 30 3.3 91 37 3.7 7 27 3 044 4.17

Tota Sales torida grs v r.it, all- s.ad ... .re..ies, .
all containers, al sections -=--- *e^- a- -;- 3,393 can s'r. ,88


Sde a aila4blae
thRu the cooperation of the nborida Citrus Sxhabage & the Jecle4salratate Atarkt iews Service


r .I


11 4.08
15 4.10
31 4.03
69 5.63
74 3.59
L 4.63
58 4.91
5S 6.41
75 4.83
75 5.18
46 5.66
31 4.88
75 4.07
3.81
6t'3.93
66 3.84
85 3.61
78 3.54
66 3.53
89 3.71
43 4.08
95 4.11
62 4,04
744:.20
93 4.16
64 4.20
56 4.32
87 4.20
56 3.97
75 3.98
65 4.07
53 4.20
20 4.90
30 4.50
1 4.50
1 4.54
2 4.23
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1 3.57 1 3.5 -
3 3.56 4 3.56 -
23.57 2 3.57
S3.57 2 3.57
3 3.45 3 3.45 1 405
15 2.89 15 2.89 2 ,3.89
11 2.50 112.80 -
4 3.06 4 3.06 3 3.6
a 5.85.
3.3.63 43.67 5 4.76
1 4.20 1 4.0 1 4,70.
S1 3.85 1 3.85 3 4.72
24.46
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3.18
3.26
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3.81
2.18
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3.51
4.236
4.04
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2.75
3.37
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1 4.00. 14.00
4 3.83 4 3.83
3 3.79 3 3.79
5 3.50 .5 3.50
5.3 53.33 53
12 3.38 123 3.38
3 3.5 3 3.30
3 4.01 3 4.01
44.56 54.75
3 4.87 54.44
5 3.46 5 3.46
13.60 1 3.60
3 3.35 2 3.35


5 3.02 .
53,04,
5 3,04
S7 2.55
1 2.98
7 2.81
8 2.77
1 2.90
2 4.26
7 3.70
4 3.39
6 3.59.
7 3.46
14 3.59
16 3.40
15 3.09
4 3.40
63.29
7 2.55
5 2.67
3 3.24
1 2.75
1 3.10
1 3.45
6 3.96
. 13 3.15
10 2.30
4 2.35
3 3.67.
3 3.26
24.39


53.02
5 3.04
7 3.55
I 2.98
10 3.24
11 3.17
3 3.31
54.36
11 3.82
6 3.75
9 3.84
7 3.46
14 3.59
17 3.40
15 3.09
7 3.34
9 3.37
8 3.61
6 2,58
5 3.04
1 2.75
2 3.33
1 3.45
6 3.96
12 3.15
10 3.30
4 2.35
3 3.67
3 3.26
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1 4.05
.5 3.71.
3 3.93,
8 5,72
9 5.18
5 5.24
8 5.06
9 5.34
8 5,07
54.40
8 4.02
7 4.04
18 3.83
8 3.92
10 3.67
14 3.65
13 3.56
15 3.88
13 3.96
13 4.,3
11 447
14 4.26
9 4.31
19 4.20
14 4.26
7 4.32
14 3.97
8 3.71
6 4.16
6 4.25
4 4.50
5 4.50
2 4.50
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TOTAL 1, 3.13 110 2.83 '12.3.6.86 Si 4.06 36 3.80 223 3.28 259 3,35 299 4.22

Total Sales, Florida grwefnruit, all varieties,
all-contai.ers, all sections -------.--- **.----,--- 737 cars Avg. $3.67

Made available
thru the cooperation of the $lorida Citrus Echanige & the Federal-State Market Vews .Service


2 2.72
3 3.14
5 2.27
23 .58
3 3.88
1 2.48
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1 3.90
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5 3.25
23.04
2 3.13
2 3.25
4 1.94
, 2.65
2 2.80
1 2.50

3 3.58
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3 1.30'
2 1.10
3 ,73
1 2.95
1 2.62
1 ' h1


2 2.72
3 3.14
5 .327
3 3.58
3 3.88
1 2.48

1 2.90
1 4.32

2 3.26
5 3.35
3 3.05
23.13
4 3.21
4 1.94
4 2.46
3 2.84
2 2.75

4 3.64
4 2.61
3 1.59
2 1.10
3 .73
1 2.95
1 2.62
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3.45
3.63
3.47
3.39
3.73
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4.13
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3.70
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1 3.78
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2 3.40
3 2,9
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2 3.19
3 3.56
1 3.54
1 3.69
2 3.73
1 3.25


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3 3.46
1 3.94
1 3.25
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2 3.27

2 3.53

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1 2.51
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2 4.14
2 3.41.
3 2.98
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Total Sales, lorida grapefruit, all vartiti s,
all containers, all sectios -------- -----.--- 213 car
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29
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1 4."
2 3.9,
3 3.99
4 4.41
2 5.33
2 5.41
2 5.64
1 5,29
3 5.13

2 4.65
3 4.23
3 3.96
6 3.97
4 3.87
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94 10 3.5
25 44.06.
S 9 3.55
6 3.76.
27 3 ,
53 9 4.84
15 7 4.09
99 4 4.47
99. 5 4.49,
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01 3 4.00
99 3 4.49,'
99 1 4.49
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:419 4.64

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3 3.20
1 3.14
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1 2.59
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1 4.37

1 4.02
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Total Sales, Florida sapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ----- ---..--- .33'cars Arg, $3.06


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1 3.74
1 4.01
2 2.73
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Total Sales,, Florida grepfruit, all varieties, '
all containers, all sections ---------- -- ---. ---- 19 cqrs Avg. $3.63
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1 4.41 1 4.41


1 4.10
2 2.70


1 2.23




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1 2.64

3 2.72






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all containers, all sections ----- ------------------ 18 cars Avg. $2.91


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2 2.88




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all codtaners, all sections ---------------- ----


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"3 3.38
2 3.12
3 3.08
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1 3.35 -


2 3.30 2 3.30
3 2.29 3 2.29

1 3.45 13.45




1 3.65 1 3.65
2 3.45 2 3.45
1 3.20 1 3.20
1 3.00 1 3.00
2 2.93 2 2.93


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1 2.47 2.47


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Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all. sections ------------------- -.----- 45 dars Avg, $3.19


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2 3.57


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1 3.80

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2 4.27


6 3.60
6 3.9
63.54
8 3.58
13 3,54
335 20 6
8 3.06
13.84
9 3.44
5 3.66
3 3,16

16 8.86
88 8.41
8 2.88
10 3.84


42.58
4 8.78

4 3.58
4 8.80
43.50
3 3.10
7 3.16
8 3.04
8 3.13
.3 3.33


43.51
8 4 DO
10 3.66
10 8.00
'6 1.70
5.1.88
5 1.09
8 8.07
1 2.68
1 3.041


6 3.60
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70 3.


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9 344
9 3.6
53.08
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7 3.06
16 8.86
88 .41


8 8.68
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8 2.32.
53.10
4 3.50
.3 3.10
8 3.82
7 3.16
3 3.05
2 3.13
53.87
6 2,04
4 2.46



18 .,60
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1 3.38
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3 4.09
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16 3.85
15 4.89
Sl 4.24
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18 .46:

19 3.99
88 3.11
16 3.63

7 3.86
17 3.31
86 3.75
8 3.78
11 3.82
8 3.86
15 3.70
143.86
6 4.15
8 3.91
7 3.18
6 3.49
5 3.71
8 4.04
64.53
44.50
1 4.50
1 4.10
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3 3.69
9 3.85'
13 3.68
9 3.68
40 3.84
34 3.04,
63.19
9 4.03
7 4.08
17 4.30
15 3.54
11 3.33
10 3.73
10 3.30
8 8.99
39 8.68
17 8,85
17 8.91
24 2.90
19 2.77
15 3.05
11 3.49
17 3.08
80 3.3
28 3.38
46 3.35
50 3.88
47 3.33
41 3.61
48 3.47
68 .99
48 3.08
26 3.69
31 3.52
81 3.86
34 3.97
38 3.84
.50 3.04
37 82.7
11 8.09
3 3.67
10 S.88
853.40
1 .87,


3 3.68
9 3.85
13 3.68
93.69
40 3.84
34 3.04
7 3.28
.14 3.85
9 4.33
a0 4.=8
15 3.54
12 3.3
10 3.73
10 3.20
29 2.99
38 2.62
19 3.00
8 3,11
,87 3.05
21 2.84
is 3 25
15 3.63
yO 3.33
,a 3:5
46 3.35
55 3.88
60 3.33
48 3,57
54 3.44
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29 3.63
31 3.58
84 3.87
34 3.97
2.1

3 3.64
10 8.88
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11 4.08
154.10
134 4;01
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76 36.5
63 4.7
s 4.96
85 4'.86
85 5,17
57 5.5,
38 4.80
88 4.07
74 3.84
90 3.91.
78 3.85
101 3.60
108 3.A1
85 3.66
93 3.72
68 4.02
111 4.18
77 4.07,
98 4e,8 '
109 4.17
87 4281
95 4.38
101 4.88
80 3.91

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49 4.50
S8a 4,51 E
14 4.51
11 4.4
8 4.3
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4.25
4.O
3.51.
4.86
4.04,
3.99
4.05
3.61
3.21
3.38
3.36
3.18
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2.93
3.16
3.96
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I0=' 16 3.18 347 2.98 363 8.99 436 3.86 80 5.63 1026 3.26 1106 3.88 ;281-4.17

total PaBle, 71orida gra1 ruit, all varietiBes,
all c a ainers, all sectios ---------.----.....------------ 4,386 oare AGg. V3.8
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4 3.,56 -
4 3.56.
5 3.59 1 *4.08
13 3.57 14 4.08
10 3.77 19 4.10
52 3.16 41 4.03.
37 2.71 81 3.54
7. 3.29 87 3.63 '
12 3.70 63 4.65,;:
8 3.62 76 4.76:
23 3.7? 70 5.09
16 3.40 8 4.79.
15 3.39 85 5.12
17 3.45 57 5.42


Week

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12
10
26
Nov. 3
9
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31


11
18
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156
M 33
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13
19
36
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31
14
31
28
July 5
12
19
S26
Aug. 2


48 4.56
91 4.05
76 3.72
77 3.88
82 3.80
109 3.62
95 3.55
73 3.50
82 3.64
52 4.04
101 4.09
72 4.01
79 4.18
104 4.10
73 4.14
61 4.31
94 4.18
62 3.89$
80 3.95
70 4.04
61 4.18
24 4.50
24 4.50
12 4.50
12 4.54
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2 2.88
1 4.30
6 4.56
5 4420
6 4.85
36 3,36
27 3V.30
1b 3.7, -
15 3.03
15 3.12
5 2.28
5 3.64
3 3.29
3 2.39
1 3.83
9 2.93
6 3. 3
14 2.632
6 2.71
3 3.73

2 3.36
1 2.36





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1 $3.57
5 3.65
6 3.74
5 3.70
..8 3.48
3.00
7 3.16
3' 4.01
9 4.37
6 4.40
6 3.53
1 3.60
11 3.03


7 2.93
8 3.08
12 2.43
3 3.71
13 3.35
13 3.11
3 3.31
5 4.26
13 3.74
7 3.83
9 3.84
7 3.46
16 3.55
22 3,37
18 3.08
9 3.29
13 3.25
13. 3.39
10 2.53
8 2.96
3 3.75
2 3.23
1 3.45
10 3.83
16 3.03
13 3.13
6 1.93
6 2.0
4 3.18
3 3.80
1 3.04


$4.05
3.94
3.71
3.80
5.75
5.03
5.15
4.97
5.10
4.87


4.40
4,01
3.86
3.80
3.93
3.61.
S3.61
3.56
3.86
3,91
4.09
4,17
.4.26
4.26
4.19
.4.25
4,24
, 3.93
3.68
.4.16
4.35
4.50
4.50
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a.51
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3.85
3,81
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3.13
3.49
3.19
3.30
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2.73
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Total .Sales., T.lorid, ,1 varie ties. con. .
tainers & sec.-ions- 3,93 carsvg $l.88


total a& es, t ai.all 77 crietie, cot. n-
eis & sections.- 737 cars Arg. 3,


h Ma deavailable
Sthru the cooperation of the Florida Citrbis kEchpfge & 4tCe6 Federal-State Market News Service


.9 3.33
30 2.81
35 2.52
17 2.5
18 3.00
16 2.86
18 2.74
14" R.76
7 2.84
19 2.97
15 3.24
23 3.29
33 3.26
34 3.16
26 3.48
2S 3 61
34 3,51
51' 3.04
30 3.34
a4 3.75
30 3.58
19 3.91
36 3.98
26 3.91
38 3.04
25 2.41
9 1.84
1 2.18
6 2,44
1 2.09


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1 3.33
1 3J.20
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1 4.07
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3 .0
3 3.96
5 4.49
a 5.33
4 4.98
a 5,"
1 6.89
6 4.88


1 3.85 4 4.41
J 4.11
3 3.23 4 392
2 3.66 7 3.93
3 3.17 4 3.87
3 3.46 8 3.33
1 2.94 13 3.3
1 3.25 5 4.04
11 3.48
9 3.9'
3 3,47 4 4.08
- 5 4.16
a 3 53 11 4.15
1 3.5L 8 3.99
S3-99 4 '4.47
S3".99 5 4.49.
43 399 6 4.35
4: 3 4
a 3.99 3 4 .o
1 3.99 1 44

3 4.14 3 4.
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4 8.61
3 1.03


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2.37

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2 2.98
4 3.58
6 3.39'
13 3.21
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13 3.09
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15 2.63
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7 3.39
8 ,34i
6 3.46
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8 31.3
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3 .89
A 3.9
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1 3.69


1 65.47
I 4.94
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1 4.99


1 3.75

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2 .73
1 1.72
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103.58
13 ,3.519
31 3.06
aD 2.94
40 3.2


18 3.6




14 .194
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30 2.62
24 3.196
38 ;2.79
24 3n02,
2 1.34
31 3.-38
24 3.2

28 .27
16 &.60

10 3.01

3.60
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1.79
2 1.34

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19 8 36
19 '.73
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era & sctions- 18 .Oas Arg. 1
1~*w1-Sat.~*e~lawBeivle


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1.89
2.89


5.16
4.41



4.10
2.53 -






2.7
2.75

3.64
a




2.73





3.08



2.95 -
a a


S .33 813 18 2,91 -


*
a


,.73
3.35
2.41
3.27
2.19
2.36
2.22
2.04
2.40
2.58



2.28

1.76
2.11
2,85
2.71
3419

1,70
.74
4I


- e
4 2.97
2 3.10
1 3.03
7 3.39
8 3,19
9 3.;3
14 1.78
12 2.62
4 3.36
6 3.-
1. 3.09
15 '8.74
18 :2.2
13 a.30
14 2.30
17 8.35
12 2A88
7l 2.D
12 2,6B
16 ,.8
11 31
10 3,s
123 *3.5
13 2.79
11 2.30
8 2.87
6 .78V
6 2.92
6 a.

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4 .27


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13
19

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Juri 7
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19
31 -c


i $3.67







1 427


.3





1





1



2
1
2
1


2.57
2.88



3.94
2.59
1.53
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a


8
4
3

a


1
1
1
1


6 .4.

5 14.
10 3.83
14 3.89
5 3.36


5
10
12
*9
14
19
S11
13

1


7
13
10
15
10
8
3
3
1
3

8


3.81
3.04

3.31-
2 92


.87

3
3.44

3,51

818



2.68
3,i66
2.72


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*3.46
3.45
3.38






3.35


3 3
6 2
1 2
1 3



3
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1 3
- 3
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2 3

2 2


143,
.60
i.45

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1 4.31
2 3.46
2 3.25'



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14 2.81 318 3.2a4 39 3.13 -. 6 3.65


Total Sales, Florida, all varsieiies con-
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S$4.30
1 4.30
1 4,80
2 4.98
1 5.e0
4 4.63
2 4.38
2 3;80

1 4.95
1 4.20

1 3.15
1 3.46
. 4.05
2 3.90
"3.53
2 4.90-
1 4.20
2 3.55
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2 3.63
1 3.50.





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32 4.17
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6 $3.80
10 3.08
16 3.73
23 3.58
32 3.60
79 3.10
60 2.79
16 3.13
17 3.85
18 4.02
33 3.97
24 3.50
17 3.43
31 3.37
17 3.14
46 3.94
61 8.54r
27 2.89
34 3.15
31 3.01
36 2.79
20 3.16
19 3.41
37 3.21
38 331
54 3.3
63 3.
53 3.31
50 3.55

49 3.08
33 3.56
36 3.50
4 3,87
44* 3.80
2 8.97
18 1.81
8 .0:6
13 2.74
6 3./27
2 8.9
1,469 3.21


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1 $4.08
14 4.08
a 4.10
89 11,
78 4:0795
92 4.81
9p 5.09
97 5812
75 5.29


.57
107
90
105
94
131
134
90
110
78
119
88
106
134
101
'81
109
87
94
80



2



9
3,917


4.53
4.05
3.75
3.87
3.81
3.52
3.52
3,54
3.66
3.96
4.09
4.04
4.18
4.11
4.16
4.31
4.20
3.85
'3.91
4.07
4.19
4.50
4.51
4.51
4.54
4.23




S4.12


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3.

3.54
3.47
3.17
3.a7
3.89


66
121
101
113
107
82
112
121
115
102
140
85
88
95
77
87
99
62
51
48
26
22
28
25
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1
2,760


3.
2;75
3.86
3,66
3.55
3.51





3,31
2.67
3.77
3.01
3'.3






1.37
3 31
2.74
3.11
3.73

1.37




2,94


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all Antflt ie and 1 se tin -- 4,386 oa n Ag. $,8


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4.58
4.20
4.23
3.97
3.96
3.68
3.55
1.62
1.38
3.56
3.78
3.70
8.37
1.71
1.89
3.35
2.54
2.37
2.35
,3.59
3.76
8,83
2.80
3.80
"3.77
3.84
2.84
3.87


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33 3.34
31 3.5

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13 .89
11 2,39


21 1.81
23 ko.03
15 2.35
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15 3.34:
24 2.36
13 2.48
11 3.70
4 2.81
6 2.84
5 2.65
3 3.68


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85 3.18
3 '3.10
4 1:
3 1.66

3 a.85-
5 1.80
3 1.33
2 3.39
4 2.42
3 2.43
3 3.85
3 2.54 .
1 3.85
2 2.93
1 2.93
1 2.92
1 3.92
1 3.92
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2 3.79
3 4.19
9 3.30

4 3.33
6 1.94
3 3.64
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2 3 .5
2 2 5
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3 3.56
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3 23.23
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2 2.59
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3.43


70 3.58


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4.50
4.06


8.55 '
2.08
1.3

2.69
3.34
1.84
4 .88
2,19
2.84



2.97
3,98


86 3,68


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3.21
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2.10
2.17
2.06
8.40
2.47
1.7
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2.84
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30 6 4' 4
DSeebe 7 77 4.04
1843 405
.28 4.
383

48Jan8 l 4 sa .84
11 214 1.67
18 155 1.28
S5 39 2,36
February 1 27 8.76
8 69 2.63
16 106 2.31
32 141 1.84
MLarch 1 138 1.94
8 9 2 633
15 105. 245
22 01 :32
29 113 2.38.
April 5 65 2,56
12 63 2.75
19 40 2.83 .
6 33 ..82
May 3 24 2.77
10) 13 2.76
17 8 2.85
24 1 2.84
31 1 8.87



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kAg. 469% .44 $4.70 $4.48 $443 $4.39 $4.63
Cars ,4S66 1'51 $ 4365 83 6 4 53 71
Av$. 4.63 s 4.38 .4.4 $4.7 84.34 $4.39 (4.17






Ca"s 332 1385 486 4? 10 "31
$3.86$S.s46 $2131 $2.44 $3 (3%.


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Ag. $1 1.99 1$.18 $3.11 $3.36 3.01
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OC w 118" .64 AS8? 436 834 080 364
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Cars ?S,73 2634 1561 5 34059 $.878 $349
Avg. 3.p3 .93 .004 .1
Cars 8343 37230 1419 611 578 1070 658
Avg. *3.61 $3.49 8.58 $2.44 $2.53 43.89 $3.34.


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4,.17 $4.43
299 366
$4.03 $4.37
516 658
$3.56 $3.85
$3.6 $

1003 353
$3.64 $2.88
1077 434
$3.18 $2.42
1031 393
$2.05 $2.25
.a.os ta.as
1555 717
$2.01 $8.17
1181 550
$2.15 $s.26
708 412
$3.12 $3.27
555 371
$2.87 $3.08
553 880
83.35 2.47a


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$4.45
157
$4.39
200
$3.71
277
$3.58
313
$3.77
361
$3.33
173
(3.33
396
$1.94
303
$1.98
382
$3.98
240
$2.82
258
$2,44


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Cqa 3293 739 -1 313 123
9o45-48 Arg. 3.88 3.97 $3.88 $3.0 $2.80 $3
Caos 33$ 0 494 183i 31. 23
1944-46 Ag $435 $4.03 $4.11 $3.74 $3.01 $3
Ca s M628 178 338 128 4
1943-44 Avg 3.63 $3.48 $3.6 $3.36 3.32 $3
Cbta 3411 967 487 143 96
~194?43 A $g, (3.18 42.097 3,41 ($.9A $3.90 43
Cta* 451i9 11866 713 tS 253 .
1941.-43 rg. 3,854 $.38 2.5 $(.33 83.61 8

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al 13 16 13

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.20 $43.1. $3.05 $3.31
114 19 201 85
.17 82.96 $3.67 $3.00
M8 51 98
.83 $2,73 $.3 $2.64
53 109 416 315
00 (77 (1,74 4-.1


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45 4386
$3.19 $3.883
14 3132
$3.54 $4.24
43 4264
$3.14 $3.56 4
82 5604
$8.71 $3,11
88 7385
$2.60 $2.53
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1939.40 Avg.
Cars.
1938-39 Avg.
.'Cars
1937-38 A rg

1936-37 Avg.
.Cars
1935-36 Avg.

1934.35 Arg.


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4765 l153 633 .181 141 S4 62 841 140 85
$2.a 19 $2*. $1 .92 $.11 $*.29 *2.10 $1.98 $306- $ 1.73
6389 14 ,1020 389 384. 363 118 433 277 185
$1.75 $1* 7 $1.73 ,$1.08 1.77 1.965 1.'85 $1.66 A1.80 $1.46
4881 14 814 190 313i 353 72 343 219 187
!2.20 $2 .I2,133 $(.Q5 *.1 $8.88 82.16 $2.09 a2.s1 (1.88
37 6 5 9 41 494 151 43. 307 .151
(2.24 2.06 .14 $8.29 $2.58 $2,53 $2.24 $2.41 $2.1
3928 1078 *76. 3I 3950 132 340 -.51 117
$2.87 42.38 $2.49 $8.40 2a. a $2.68 a2,40 $8.328 2.6a 2.88
893 1326 898 389 403 7 21 00 444 3 135
48.04 *1.841 1,93 (1.94 *03.09 419219 .6 $20 1.92 $2.10 $1.86


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Cars 1188 414 57 0 86 167 46 88 69 .6 821
1#45-46 -'Avg. $8.67 $23.52 .4 $258 (2. $2.54 $2.32 $2.59 $2. $32.61 $2.61
Cars 669 300 38 78 66 1$0 41 53 7 9 1465
1944-45 Avg. $2.42 ,2.38 $2.35 $2.49 $2.45 02.42 *2,15 $2.40 $2.47 $2.77 (2,41
Cars s" 83 2 2 22 2s 40 26 a1 31 644
1i4344 ,Ag. 2.16 ,2.28 *2.27 2.32 *8,37 2.27 *2.36 .2 2.as 40 $Sa.3
.irrs 1485 670 143. 10 188 303 101 193 151 7 3399
194243 Avgs. 1.8 $1.84 $1.62 $181 $1.86 $1.81 $1.66 $1.80 1.74 $1.53 $1.80
Cars 1152 359 78 39 106 135 38 105 48 .25 3085
1941-42 Avg. $1.86 $1.75 $1.76 $1.65 $1.82 $1.66 $1.52 $1.58 $1.76 $1.50 $1.79
Cars 1425 454 -109 77 154 195 59 149 82 13 2717
1940-41 Avg. $1.23. $1.16 $1.19 :$1.07 $1.a $1.22 $1.09 $1.12 1. $11 1.06 .$1.19
Cars 1192 345 66 65 104. 142 48 115 57 32143
1939-40 Avg. $1.37 $1.34 $1.41 $1,37 $1.47 $1.45 $1.31 $1.27 $1.34 $1.3 $1.37
Cars i851 S51 ,172 158 189 257 107 .203 .148 33 -3663
1938-39 'Arvg. 1.07 g .92 .$93, .95 $ .98 .97 .86 $ .91 s .96 $ .79 $1.00
Cars 1311 382 149 95 117 149 74 125 88 23 2513
193738 Avg. $1.86 $1.21 $1.0 $1.8 1.30 $1.25 *1.10 $1.18 $1.5 1.08 $1.34
Cars 1557 578 6 210 193 306 103 138 116 33 3424
1936-37 Avg. $1.12 $1.03 $1.05 $1.19 1.09 $1.14 1.10 $1.08 $1.16 .96 $1.10
Cars 1124 365 157 139 116 217 54 113 87 6 2398
1935.36 Avg. $1.35 $1.8 $1.30 1.40 1.42 ~.36 $1.38 $1.34 $1.41 $1.23 $1.3
Cars 1071 5 356 132 136 7 1 55, 66 108 71 31 2197
1934.35 Arg, $1.18$ $1.10 $1.12 $1.5 1.27 1.85 1.6 1.0 $1.28 $1.22 $1.18
Tangerine a on 1/8 boxbasis. Baltimore slightly incomplete for 1945-46,
1944-45 & 194 seasons.


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GAPW1hIT (Seed)
$3s 1549 13898 9133 15186 93b 9565 6158 2766 1454 62
46s 9707 83426 553M3 68397 74906 49797 34339 18407 10949 13791
54s '20804 162865 103703 10096 132143 16853 52955 34796 21544 21473
.64s 3659 206612 108237 06 100093 65375 49907 37391 22746 .20
70s 33424 173298 89055 1 76624 47164 38057 34081 19739 13544
,80 43039 219036 71 63 5511 5010 30067 28804 33591 17901 11837
96s 22743 33 082 442 837 B7 1$ 37. 734 313 #32
1=0-,112s* 1835 5" 10 45 "9
126s 6471 11 )* : 56 242 -
150s 39 .
Tote2L150s -----------------' f -----------^ ^J1--- ----------------
all sizes 1682~ o 890213 43 1..r 390944 44879t r* 273 '10640 161677 94646 81
GAPA 3ITw (Seedless) 1 .
S .23 216 38 182 920 81' 4133 6226 5687 2005
46s 271 336 412 7757 2026 22278 37343 70124 67467 424862'
54s 746 15496 182 646 68000 71038 112074 177047 146317 89027
64s 1584 34307 332 4S4d 97317 90668 144076 218613 169139 96031
S0s 2455 55021 50788 5083 112298 99021 151472 817055 159299 80271
80s 6480 148,797 1l 104485 156739 130935 177967 274833 199936 90284
96 1151. 19172 8981 73786 89238 74578 94 174399 113854 48837
1002. 1 651 19356 2807 39 30 10$ 467 7023 9714 2658
126s 4306 66911 4779 '43' 166, 494 48 11007 10359 4688
150s 483- -- - -- -- -' ------------ -- -- -
allsizes 28512 535532 309480 317097 548433 492199 722231 1154327 881772 46825$
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Sger 339. 901 245 68 50 73 32 :-
100s 4930. 19794 9708 1689 1036 59b 190 1
10s 42335 113991 57347 19576 21827 8866 1431 11
150 10 91845 212470 114657 75843 75773 27615 3236 26
176s i 10 129074 293491 156424 172215 148457 52934 4723 48
200s 13 21362 56983 32749 24860 .22321 8347 1144 6
210 -. 10 .9956 227618 121671 171108 151587 49473 4132 40-
246s 48136 139819 62017 92050 2476 24689 2456 22
294s 299 1163 408 271 112 3484 860 13
336S9 3 1 99 ~ -
lotal
all sizes 40 431281 10625 .556227 557779 423639 176079 ,18204,, 165
* During 1945-46 Season, Tangerines were paked in both 4/5-bu. box an 1-/5-bu. box; m.*o ly
in 4/5 bu. box.







OaRAGEZS, GCSP4- 203144 2993154 4225535 5526289 5161486 4738482 5149838 5891939 3986233 1749932
ki X & TAGueINES.


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An' T 5989 0 359 8468

s a Nwn 51 54431 72906 71493 45884
sit 3084 U 16 48 13561 5709
tnion 2045 1aB7S3 3 8M 6 890881 N638768 3007208 286468 B 76963 14
Sa t 54 -
183'4 255218 38855 Mai 3 S68W3 563319. 57088 1357588 215652 1035234
Sset 544 1 1 .166 115 252 2l5 16 -

,- . __ _eE _l _ _ .._,s ._,sg_ r L ,.
"" IONS 13 UM 479W 36 ? 2 MT

.. GAPS Ta .

16368 32416 59963 G 6 47619 24369 15480 8386 6 2198
e 10285 40928 3535 43348 33274 23925 16367 8548
pe* 53 6389 29577 3497 80560 110714 131206 142664 88921
e t 2051 80 70 338 257 1700 2803 439
lbto tion 118701 949073 469150 400658 562155 351012 446855 507998 2 4053
Se - 20 1391 6324 1437 16589
52562 421571 147033 154769 214261 169762 194281 441270 486077 40
oet 328 9654 57928 92255 170629 143406 S3
23412 3849 8870 18376 19072 20733 20765 11509 6186 3
Sa -. al ., -P0 - -- -148
*sa 198782 425745 746671 708041 997230 728540 932871 1316004 976418 9 W87


i A w n.Y fa I WV Bi


aright- -
l868 81 3 11510 4766 7024 1260
Srn 3 22 40 4723 26 601 292 -
% get a q
iition 62477 179183 11U033 116748 121928 26730 1714 5
* $ib3saet a a
BB 3S630 8146 418168 4338W4 290514 138056 13032 9B
am a 10 8357 3061
40 32874 11578 6775 n 38 3672 1384 381 38
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)iiigtdM 40 4Sl81 1066365 555327 557779 433639 176079 18204 is8
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203144 S993154 4215635 sp.52s S9 161468, 4738462 51493s



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18 5891939 39866233 170Q93tl
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dIN3S 9SM&Ww A5.LYjiR O lIT BOXIWLIU 1 qn01IVAIMTS
Assembled frow monthly rjepwots wepa- P V tzs laspection Buraue, Wieter Nawen, MFl.

Content SlPT. OCT OV. J. I. -AR. APR. My' JUn


158324 435A76 58941 790%77 714006 666088
. ,12 282 -
-- W 8 .18600 411l 1661
S- ?7 7993 2596s7 119321 138691 111338
-/ 8. I -, ,


;1 WIEL3UN) BES
1-3 5 Bu 1957566 2803995 300819
4- 32 32'P
1-2/5 BA. T
1-5 Bu. 9431 60 7
With center partittop.


93


MESS BAGS
45-u. 567
:0 1ab. 15
10 b.
51bi


3005685 3244509 2872594
787V83 44P686 420068
76968 67317 61710


9 3098 10142
- 1097


6641
1351
12148


13812
6506
703
268557
32


242305
131153
642
6 i3


5380 3806
38 15


.11936 13196
4386 2553
5868 4316
426100 482553
65


474369

602
60610


3526615 4814048
326007 133403
93905, 59723


4046 1745
S 7


12458
1891
4103
381031
Z464


75909
1417
1063
260200
4211


- U -


S S BOXES


Yt=K SHIPMENTS


S 1220 15501 23618 22562 16886


18231 14632


G-Ao DT T aL 203144 2993154 4a25535, 552689 5161408 4738452 5149838 5891939 3986233 1749932


6703
.


AI BOMS


1 Strap
/5 Bu.
2/5 Bu,


313263
2785

4746



3209846
12005
38088


296693
196
351
107731


63703
392





1583829
65
4200


340

249


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rAveage
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S. Average


17

I s
-. ll Aver
..'193
AT-rag


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A .._ .


14944
somft~
24i -b


14,01 8400 0 8 60 30
ie,283 10,0 U 190 o0 45 39 '
841 3 ,1.70 -- 6 22 M 75 55M 8J -
19 97 10,080 7 77 L 120 53 37 $304
18,506 S,300 17 80 2 75 38
24,00 1 0I0 I s 130 100 37 _MWl i
28,252 11,000 4 75 7 150 42
.2,737 9,500 8 64 11 200 50 32
I.8SM 18.00 185 99 85 12j 30 5g:2m
26,571 11,700 86 75 80 149 30 38,866
21,195 9,800 3 137 213 187 37 31,629
35,179 19,200 r6 130 3 287 2 55,080
34,658 14,200 520 145 80 245. 54 49,903
34,285 16,,100 147 120 278 80 51,6Ss
28,439 17,900 1, 4 55 3 245 2 47.1 ,
30,747 15,500 357 145 84 248 35 47V,1I
45,047 17,500, 650 1'0 140 293 88 63.4 '
32,809 18,000 777 240 2- 244 1 52,07
29,827. 22,100 2,000 220 56 309 26 54,538
45,914-" 6,200 1,440 350 76 238 67 74,2S
41,420 33,300 2.815 430 96 385 85 785g31
39,003 23,440 1,536 282 74 294 53 64,683
44,404 28,000 .2,380 530 75. 28 59 -0A


50,695
52,155
44,329
51,961
60,500
44,800


31,300
39,300
41,400
49,800
46,800
54,000


J 500 boxes or less,


2,650
2,850
2,550
3,560
4,400
4,700


528
560
730
1,100
1,150
1,220


- ~J4.~2ble,


ORIP0EA Pa40cTION 0 .ASM E BLT & MIZ.SZISON, VAL.CIAS & !AZangIMS_
y, boxei valnci boxes ra -Tox
1 ,000 baz1,00 boxes- 1,000 boxes 1,00-0
*EnIA


953
192
340
240'
360
330


85,163
89,349
106,651
113,210
105,060


;IB -n


aff


1


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4 -'1T


. Ia "
ar m'SMWSi t ali e t 3 ty tats **
CsIs Yer* 8~~8O, 189, 1909 & Tealy i19.-1945
Bureau of Ari Auta\rl aonomicsa


Crop Year I


! I -I = ,IT AI I


1889
1899
1909
1919
i !921,

1923-

1924
1925
19324
1931
*/?' 1828


1929
1930,
1931



1933
1935
1936
1938


S 1939
31940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945


* Average





Average





Average





Average


-~ e. .h~ 18 ~a
S.r


Total

10
312


24,600
19,200
27,300
31,000
22,300
32,000


13,. 650
14,500
17,510
17,710
22,300'
24,000


1,983
3,071
3,300
* 3,830
3.400


2,650,
3,380
2,600
4,080.
3,750
3.900


,8
42,883
40.261
50,481
52,180
63,300


5: 500 'ooxes or less,


t Rmm -ouaoU.. rroC EP samSs An OkmS .
(rap -eatNo Grapeflui
+ + ,,szother ,: ot so, \ '' . +. I
-1,000 boxes-- 1,00boxes 1,000 b+eOS.
2 1850 : 8,0 10,900
19111 0 17,05 88
1936.37 4, 12,100 15200
1937,386 am007
193."+- 40

94041 '16' 400


_~____~_ __ ------------ __


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Tbi-.*l*


L, 84 .A. .. _. aw ,_ I3,186
5,900 3 363 29 6,95
5,800. 5 395 34 6,234
6,700. 8 360 35 7,103
7,800. 5 394 60 8,289
8.500 5 .63 95 ..9,033
.6940 .g .. 51 . .7,389
8,6 387'' 05 9,693
7,.00 0 600 150 8,w50
10,m +: 7e W 1 1,75 3
7,50 70 176 8920
S11.300 972 411 2 132
8,780 448 670 6)52 10,030.
S 300 1,50 1,000 365 11, 15
15,00 1,0 0 ,3 2,90 400 18,090
10,,700 2,800 1,431 450 15,181
11,800 1,440 1,350 1.4 15,004:
10,900 1400 1,77292 800 14.782
11,40 1,598 1,369 526 14,95
15,00 h,740 2,16? 1,.40 321,347
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 4.924 2.700 43,594.
18,540 8,53- 1,968 1,978 29,018
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YU *$ 726.2;
.9W,9 535,902
5M4I 40,217
S 886
4 104,754
6 ~0 8,379
14i 14,406
8:5. r.49
8,41 5181
29.481 16,371'
16,TJ


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55476


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^f" "^',^ *. -"'.
*. ii I
^te^^^^^L! a ~EI6^l;,^c^


948,322
701,'97
48,610
977
136,637.
18,015
11,93.
3,287
17,782
17,268


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TOTAL NLUhMZR OF CIDIIJS TES MVED K FLFROMnORIIA iM TO mqOI EMSMTNATIONS,
FHD4 JUL 1. IS!M WN AS ORMM TOt = BEiMY I E,
szku Man5 BOARD, GAIJUZVELL4,. ILOHRI&


eenenrew UnedI isc. T otal
yeaw. 14 sc Foster ImaupsonlWaIters tI'w I "a I
F-* 74 5or ~uy


r,-

h,
~; t ..
*'e
i~-. 1
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r :
P.

P_
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6,7a 4,673. 28,702
912 -778 16,298
553 84- -2,261
I- 1,23& 6,l57
525 4624 3,890
297 ,- 4

60 1 3
6224 8,I6

S.. . 13


3,562 2,154
-. 11,224 1,564
pot available until later


82,244
72,851
: 15 ,4a~
l5:A~n.
26~393.
21,252L
16 IFA


-1J437





3,524 2,862
date.


OEo/
Depatment of Agricultural col~omoios, t Rxp. Ste., 'iv*- oP Florida


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10,19M


-Compiled by tt~e


330,266
W64,803
?3f~l
14m,597

.6.89468








913663T
125-,-135
218,642


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,3 W i-q9 -1,671

,272 'XGj~l lV1955
,rn rs
I69ZB 5)R 8,74~a




3.0 I.Aw, .;599



107 3,3L' 30,242
165 4,17-M 35,563
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