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UNITED STATES IEPAR.TMET OF AGRICUL i:
Production and Marketing Administration ,
and the
FLORIDA STATE MARKETING BUREAU
Cooperating





MAB'ET NEWS SERVICE ON ~-FITS & VEGETABLES













MARKETING FLORIDA CITIJS
SUMMATR OF 1948-49 SEASON
By
H. F. Willson


Lakcland, Florida


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October 3, 1949


























FOREWORD



The information contained herewith has
been compiilod from the daily citrus bulletins
issued. at Lakolond, Florida and from various
reports reloassd by the Production and Market-
ing Administration; the Bureau of Agricultural
Economics; the Florida Citrus Exchange; the
State Plrnt Board; the Florida Citrus Commission
and the Department of Agricultural Economics,
Agricultural Experiment Station, University of
Florida.

Shipments, unloads and other similar
dsit for the 1948-49 season are subject to
revision on account of late and corrected re-
ports which are not yet evaileble. Again, as
in previous seasons, every effort has been made
to include in the annual citrus summary data
which will be of most value to the Industry.
We have endeavored to include basic statistics
suitable for comparisons with past seasons.










TABLE OF CONTENTS


General Comments . . . .. . . . . . . . . .

Carlot Shipments by Weeks:
Rail and Boat Oranges & Tangerines . . . . . . . .
Grapefruit . . . . . . . . ..
Rail, Boat & Express Mixed Citrus . . . . . . . . ...

Mixed Car Analysis, Florida Rail Shipments . . . . . . . . . .

Segregation, Florida Citrus Shipments, by Rail, Boat and Truck . . . . .

Total Shipments Floria. Citrus, 1948-49 and 1947-48 Seasons . . . . .. .

Florida Fruit Processed, 1S48-49 Season . . . . . . . . . .

Production & Utilization Total U. S. Citrus 1945/46-1947/48, Inc.
Florida Citrus . .
California Citrus "
Tex., Ariz. & La, Citrus "

Carlot Unloads, 100 U. S. Cities & 5 Canadian Cities, Sept., 1948 thru July,
1949, Accurulz.tive Oranges, Grapefruit, Tangerines & Mixed Citrus .

Truck Receipts in 12 U. S. Cities, Aug., 1948 thru July, 1949,
Oranges, C-rpefruit and Tangerines . . . . . . . . . .

Rail Distribution of Florida Citrus, 1948-49 Season . . . . . . . .

Recapitul:.tion of Citrus Distribution, by States, Past 7 Seasons . . .

Interstate Truck Distribution, Florida Citrus, 1948-49 Season . . . .

Weighted Average Auction Prices -- Florida:
Oranges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Grapefruit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tangerines . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Florida Averages, Past 12 Years .. . ...............

Orange and Grapefruit Production, by States, 1889-1948 . . . . . . .

Citrus Trees Movcd From Florida Nurseries . . . . . . . . . .

Certified Lime Shipments . . . . . . . . . ... . .


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UNITED STATES IEPARTMET OF AGRICULTURE
Production and Marketing Administrtion
and the
FLORIDA STATE MARKETING BUREAU
Cooperating



MARKET iEWS SERVICE ON FRUITS AND VPEETABLES




MARKETING FLORIDA CITRUS
SOMMARY OF 1948-49 SEASON
SDaily market reports on citrus were issued at Lakeland, Florida
N,^ from Oct. 11, 1948 to May 27, 1949, inclusive




GENERAL COMMENTS

Florida's 1948-49 citrus season, which continued through December at levels similar
to the two preceding disastrously low price years, changed almost overnight to finish with
returns at the close the highest in more then twenty years. This complete reversal was due
S principally to freezes in other citrus producing areas. For the first time since Texas has
been a major citrus factor, there were devastating losses on account of 'cold' in both
S California and Texas. These damaging low temperatures occurred within the brief span of
less than thirty days or during January 1949, and turned Florida's citrus outlook from one
of extreme pessimism to wholehearted optimism. Within hours, prices advanced at all levels.
Faced with a total crop of all citrus only slightly less than the record breaking 1947-48
volume, Florida immediately increased shipments of fresh fruit to a point too heavy for best
merchandising. General Industry cooperation in a successful voluntary pro-rate on Valencias,
operating in conjunction with 'grade and size restrictions', aided materially in more order-
ly marketing. During the last four months of the season, or March through June, there was
a steady advance in prices to a 'top' far exceeding the ceiling levels of the recent war
years. The combined seasonal auction averages for all sections and containers were up 960 on
oranges, 700 for grapefruit and 570 on tangerines (half boxes) as compared to the 1947-48
season. Total fresh shipments exceeded the movement of the immediately preceding season by
a considerable margin, with grapefruit outstanding in this respect being one of the two
heaviest in history. Canners accounted for over 44 million boxes and processors of frozen
orange concentrate increased their volume over a year ago many fold. This new frozen outlet
of major importance was a strong competitor actively bidding for its supplies of Florida or-
anges. Both Florida oranges and grapefruit were in the enviable position of having normal
supplies during the latter part of the season when the total U.S. citrus available was at a
low ebb. Late bloom fruit prolonged the Florida movement of an exceedingly early season
over a period when competition from other citrus producing States was all but negligible.
The volume movement of Texas grapefruit was completed for all practical purposes by the
middle of February. California's orange shipments were relatively light throughout Florida's
Valencia season. This situation was most apparent at the close of the California Navel
season and before the volume movement of Valencias. New markets were opened for Florida
citrus and distribution was very widespread, with the West taking an unusually large amount
.of both oranges and grapefruit. Towns and cities which had not sampled Florida fruit in
many years became regular carlot consumers. California made temporary changes in quarantine
restrictions so both truck end rail shipments from the State wore made to such large con-
suming centers as Los Angeles, Oakland, Sen Francisco, etc. Truck volume during tho 1948-49
season made a sensational increase, more than doubling the haul of a year ago.










Florida's citrus production in 1948-49 was placed at 92.9 million boxes; or 58,3 or-
oranges, 30.2 grapefruit and 4.4 million.tangerines. Orange production was only a hundred
thousand boxes below the record high of 1947-48 when 58,400,000 boxes were produced. Grape-
fruit, however, was nearly three million boxes below the record and ranked fourth in total
volume, being exceeded by 1947-48, 1945-46 and 1943-44. In 1947-48, the over-all produc-
tion for combined Florida oranges, grapefruit, and tangerines was 95.4 million, with the
10-year average (1937-46) 63,770,000 boxes.

Total shipments of Florida oranges, grapefruit and tangerines (including rail, truck,
express and the proper proportion of 'mixed' cars) reached a grand total of 90,642 cars;
or 58,749 oranges, 25,354 grapefruit, and 6,539 tangerines. Compared with 1947-48 season's
corrected total of 75,268 cars the movement increased 15,374 cars, The truck movement for
both these seasons is on besis of 500 boxes to the car instead of the previous conversion
figure of 400, The 1948-49 season's citrus movement commenced to decline sooner than the
previous year or a moderate movement through the month of May followed by a fairly rapid
decline in June, There was a light movement during the first part of July and only scat-
tering shipments remainder of season, Grapefruit, practically without competition from
other producing areas during6 the latter part of the season, increased fresh shipments 43.1
per cent, oranges 12.9 per cent, and tangerines 18.7 per cent. Florida's citrus movement
by truck more than doubled that of a year ago. Florida's truck movement (basis 500 boxes
to car) for the 1948-49 season totaled 35,816 cars compared to 17,274 the previous season,
an increase of 107,3 per cent. The grapefruit movement from the State by truck was nearly
three times heavier than a year ago, oranges were next in line with exactly double the 1947-
48 volume, and tangerines increased 62,o. During the first part of the season, the differ-
once between the truck movement in 1948-49 and a year ago was not quite so pronounced, al-
though there was a large increase. As the season progressed, the volume by truck did not
decrease as generally predicted, but continued relatively heavy through the most of May.

The 1948-49 season auction averages for the ten auction markets were substantially
higher on Florida citrus than the previous two low price years, This was the result of the
higher averages during the letter part of the season more than off-setting the relatively
low returns prevailing through December, Detailed comparison of seasonal averages this year
and last follow: OAUGES 1948-49 season Interior: standard and standard wirebound
boxes combined $4.15, Indian River $4.46. 1947-48 averages were $3,08 and $3.72, respec-
tively. GRAPEF.JIT 1948-49 season Interior: standard and standard wirebound boxes
combined Seed $3.03, Seedless $3.57; Indian River: Seed $3.31, Marsh $4.23. The aver-
ages for the previous year were $2.33, $2.60, $2.87 and $3,77, respectively,

Florida's cannery utilization of citrus started off the season at a rapid rate and
by January 1st had accounted for 6,332,533 boxes or oranges, 5,580,563 grapefruit and
636,908 tangerines, When compared with the utilization a year ago to corresponding date,
oranges were practically the same but grapefruit increased 37% and tangerines accounted
for more fruit by January 1st than was used during the entire 1947-48 season. Oranges
consistently kept pace with the cannery figure last year and by May 1st were less than
1,000,000 boxes under the previous season on same date. The amount of grapefruit utilized
from January 1st to May 1st, however, fell below the. volume in 1947-48, to bring the sea-
sonal total within less than 500,000 under last year to May 1st. Through May 7th, there
was only about one-fourth the volume of grapefruit remaining for all purposes as con-
trasted to 1947-48. Sensationally high prices for the remaining light volume in 1948-49
resulted in a larger proportion of grapefruit being marketed through fresh channels.
Consequently, the 'pack' beginning the latter part of April and continuing until the close
of the 1948-49 season was only a small fraction of the volume used by the canners in 1947-
48, The tangerine volume, after a pronounced decline'in 1947-48, broke all previous
records for utilization by accounting for approximately 1,000,000 boxes. The 1948-49
tangerine output, however, was only slightly more than the heavy 1946-47 pack.

Distribution of Florida oranges and grapefruit during the latter part of the 1948-
49 season was very widely spread. Mid-western and far western points both received more
Florida citrus than in many e year, Through May 26th, based on the Florida gateway pass-
ings, the West (territory north of the Ohio River and west of the Mississippi River)
received 10,798 cars via rail compared to 30,927 cars East (the 11 northeastern States)
or more than one-third as much West as East. A year ago, through June 2nd, the West re-
ceived only 7,950 rail cars compared to 32,754 East, or less than one-fourth. In compar-









ing actual unloads of rail receipts, Dallas,Texas reported 21 cars Florida oranges, 10
grapefruit and 2 'mixed' citrus unloaded in MArch, 1949 compared to 1 car Florida oranges
only in March, 1948, Denver, Colorado reported no rail unloads of Florida Citrus in
March, 1948, but in 1949 this city used 23 cars oranges, 20 grapefruit and 6 'mixed' cars.
In the Pacific Northwest at Portland, Oregon, Florida unloads in March, 1948, consisted
of only one car grapefruit, while in March, 1949, 18 cars each of Florida oranges and
grapefruit were unloaded. Minneapolis unloads for March, 1949 amounted to 21 cars Florida
oranges, 46 grapefruit and 10 'mixed' cars in contrast to one lone car oranges in 1948.
Truck distribution also was relatively heavy to the West following the cold damage in Cal-
ifornia end Texas, For the period beginning March 20th and ending May 21st, destinations
were recorded on the equivalent of 6,325 cars of Florida oranges and 1,982 grapefruit on
a 500 box par car basis, Of this amount for oranges, 27% was destined East, 40/ West and
33. South, For grapefruit, 22%! was destined East, 44A West and 34% South.




ORANGES


Through October 10th, 60 straight cars of Florida oranges had been shipped via
rail, while a 'year ago, the first car was yet to roll. During the same period, the
truck movement had accounted for the equivalent of 380 cars (basis 500 boxes per car)
in contrast to only 22 list year. By November 1st, twice as many cars by rail had left
the State as to the seme date in 1947, and the truck movement was nearly three to one,
From this time on, however, the rail shipments a year ago generally were heavier, and as
early as December 13th exceeded thosoethrough December 13, 1948, On April 6, 1949, the
Florida orange movement by rail was approximately 3,500 cars under the corresponding
date last season. Truck shipments, however, by January 17th were approximately double
those of a year ago. Tlis two-to-one load continued as the season progressed and by the
end of the 1948-49 season, the Florida truck movement of oranges totaled 25,722 cars in
contrast to only 12,861 a year ago.

By the latter part of October, Florida's f.o.b, orange price on Interior fruit had
dropped to $1.75 after opening early in the month at $3.00-3.50 for the first few ship-
ments, 3eginring October 30th, the movement was restricted to No. 1 fruit only and a
determined effort was nede to boost the price to $2.00. This failed to materialize until
the last week in November when there was a sprinkling of sales at $2.00. The $1.75
f.o.b, level was 250 under the previous season's ruinously low price for the correspond.
ing period. There was a better orange demand for Thanksgiving Trade, but no change in
price until immediately thereafter, During December, the market was mostly around $2.00
on preferred sizes, November was the warmest month on record for Florida with the entire
season at relatively high temperatures, January started off with a pronounced change
following the 'cold' in California. During the first two weeks in January, Florida's
f.o.b, orange price ranged from $2,50-2.75. The State's orange shipments increased
sharply and the movement for the wook ending January 8th was the second heaviest week of
the season. Inspection was restricted to eight hours a day in an effort to bring the
movement under better control, F.o.b. prices during the third week in January declined
500 a box and there was a notable reduction in shipments. However, the heavy supplies
at receiving centers decreased slowly oven though the movement from the State the last
week in January and the first in February was only slightly more than one-half the peak
week in 1949, or the one ending January 8th, During the week of February llth, Florida's
Valencias had started to move in such volume, there was again weakness in the f.o.b,
market, A voluntary pro-rate plan on Valencias was placed in operation for the week end-
ing February 18th and this action with the important advantage of a 'hot' grapefruit
market took the pressure off oranges. The f.o.b, market at the close of February was
mostly at the $3.00 level, From this time on, there was a steady advance in f.o.b, or-
ange prices until reaching $5.00 on preferred sizes the latter part of May, California
competition beginning, early in January was at a low level. Throughout Florida's entire
Valencia season, shipments of California oranges were relatively light,

Up until the Celifornic freeze, the 'on tree' prices for Florida oranges were even










lower than in 1947-48. During November and December, quality oranges sold up to 500 per
box, with poorer as low as 25-35#. By the middle of January, mid-season fruit was up to
$1.00 a box on the tree, During the first part of January, some Valencia sales ranged
from $1.00-1.25, Only a few sales of Valencies were made the latter part of January and
through February. IMost growers preferred to wait and see what the developments would be
following more factual determination of the cold damage in competing sections, During
March, there was a sharp advance in the 'on tree' price to $2.00 with a few sales as
high as $2.25, In April, the price continued to advance and closed at $2,50-2.60. The
possibility of $3.00 sales and higher were often mentioned and these higher 'on tree'
prices materialized in May. A year ago, during the latter part of April and throughout
May, the prevailing 'on tree' price for Valencias was only 50-60#. The 1949 price at
this time was more than four times higher. As the month of May. drew to a close, the few
remaining crops of Valencies available edged up to a point where $3.50-3.60 was being
paid 'on tree' for quality fruit. Valencia crops with a fair proportion of small sizes
were most in demand,

Processors began using oranges at an earlier date than a year ago and prices showed
a much wider range than grapefruit during the 1948-49 season. Only 35-40 per box de-
livered at the cannery was paid on juice oranges at the beginning of the season but, in
the closing weeks, prices ranged from $3,25-3,50 with a few sales higher. 35-450 per
box delivered was paid during October. In November and December, juice oranges ranged
generally from 40-70# with some high quality fruit suitable for concentrate up to $1.00
a box delivered. Following the California 'cold,' canners upped the price in January to
around $1.00. In February, there was a gradual advance and closing prices ranged $1,30-
$1.35 delivered, This was during the period of 'peak' utilization with the top week of
the season (ending February 19th) accounting for nearly one and one-third million boxes
of oranges. During March, cennory prices advanced more than 500 per box, but April had
the most sensational rise of all or approached $1.00 a box increase, Total utilization
of oranges amounted to 26,812,496 boxes compared to 30,376,340 in 1947-48,

The first few cars of Florida oranges offered at auction sold at relatively high
prices, or within a $3,00-4.00 range for Interior fruit in wirebound boxes. As supplies
increased, averages were at much lower levels and the season's low occurred during the
week ending October 29th with an average of $2.59 on 222 cars. Other low price weeks were
November 12th with a $2.60 average, December 10th and 17th with $2.75 and $2.67, respec-
tively. The lowest average for the period January through May, inclusive, was $2,73
during the week ending January 29th or following the State's exceedingly heavy movement
the first part of January, During February and March, the weekly average ranged from a
low of $3.30 to a high of $4.25. During April, averages exceeded the $4.50 mark and in
May $5,00 or better prevailed. Throughout the last three weeks in May, auction averages
were better than $5.50 a box and approached $6.00, Beginning the week ending June 10th,
the auction average on Interior Florida oranges equalled or exceeded the $6.00 mark while
in July the relatively few cars selling averaged well over $7.00 per box,


GRAPEFRUIT


The 1948-49 Florida grapefruit season was one of the earliest on record, with
volume shipments fully three weeks earlier than the year previous. Fifty straight rail
cars were shipped during the week ending September 4th, By the following week, or the
one ending September llth, straight rail cars from the State totaled 279, Beginning
with the week ending October 2nd and extending through the month of December, the com-
bined rail and truck movement of Florida grapefruit was about in line with that a year
ago but, on January 1st, this similarity ended abruptly. During the period from January
to May 15th, 1949, inclusive, shipments of grapefruit from the State were much heavier
than last year. The total movement by rail and truck with the proper proportion of
'mixed' exceeded 1,000 cars weekly for four weeks or the last week in February and three
weeks in March. The heaviest week of the season was the one ending March 26th, when
1,101 cars were shipped in contrast to only 397 for the corresponding week last season.
Fresh grapefruit shipments in 1948-49 exceeded slightly the previous peak year of 1930-31.

Florida's f.o.b, market on grapefruit followed closely the same pattern as oranges










with the exception that the pronounced turning point upward was not until after the Texas
'cold' the latter part of January. January prices were at practically the same level as
before the Christmas holidays. After the market leveled off in October, there were only
minor fluctuations until in February. Beginning the first week in November, the market
eased off 10', and remained around $1.60-1,65 on preferred sizes throughout most of No-
vember and December, Just before Christmas, top quality fruit of most desirable sizes
was up to $1,75 and held at this figure until February. Starting in February, the Flo-
rida f.o.b, grapefruit market was one of those developments hoped for but which seldom
materialize, Prices steadily advanced from a range of $1.75-2.00 at this time to reach
$4.75-5.00 for No. 1 fruit the last part of May. At this time there was very little No.
1 fruit available, Most shipments were either No. 2s or No. 2s and better with prices
as low as $3.00 on late bloom fruit. From February to May, inclusive, there were no
market declines on top quality grapefruit. The f.o.b, price was up to $2,75 by the end
of February and on May 1st, $4.00-4.25 on No. 1 Marsh. Ordinarily, the grapefruit f.o.b,
market does not fluctuate as much as oranges, but there were times when No. 1 Interior
Marsh sold as high as oranges and even 25-500 a box.higher. With the exception of very
light shipments from Arizona and California, Florida furnished practically all of the
U. S. grapefruit supplies during the latter part of the season. Distribution was from
Coast to Coast and North to South.

Closing 'on tree' prices of Florida Interior grapefruit showed no similarity to
the previous year. During November, top quality crops of Marsh Seedless, running heavy
to preferred sizes, were selling as high as 350 per box on the tree, but there were
standing offers as low as 200 for Duncan grapefruit. Beginning in February, there was
an upward trend that continued during the remainder of the season on good quality fruit,
By the last of April there was practically no Marsh of top quality available, resulting
in only an occasional 'on tree' sale as high as $2.50. Throughout May, there was a wide
range in prices, due to the increasing proportion of late bloom fruit, some of which was
even a July bloom,

During the first part of the 1948-49 season, cannery prices on juice grapefruit
ranged mostly 35-450 delivered although the opening price on elimination fruit was as
low as 25?. In January, the range was from 40-60#; February, 55-650 with sectionizing
fruit at its customary 100 a box premium. During March, juice grapefruit advanced a
dime and closed with most sales at 75w, In April, the range was 70-900 and May closed
mostly at $1.00 a box delivered. There was some frozen concentrate packed and top
quality fruit for this purpose also sold at a substantial premium.

Prior to January 1st, most of the weekly auction averages on Florida Interior
Marsh Seedless grapefruit, in wirebound boxes, were under $3.00 with seven weeks less
than $2.60. The high week during this period was the one ending October 1st, with a
$3.73 average and the low just before Christmas with an average of only $2.21 per box,
Immediately following the shipping holiday (December 24th to January 3rd), or for the
week ending January 14th, the average was up to $3.26 but, by the latter part of January,
had dropped to $2,44, During February, the auction average advanced more than $1.00 a
box or from $2.44 to $3,45 by the week ending February 25th. In March, the weekly
range was $3.16 to $3,73. By the latter part of April, auction averages had moved past
the $4.50 mark or $4.53 for the week ending April 22nd. From this date until June 10th,
Interior Marsh, in wirebound boxes, rang,ed between $4.50 and $4,75, During remainder
of season auction averages showed a wide range, depending on quality and condition of
the fruit.


TANGERINES

Shipments of Florida tangerines by rail and truck with the proper proportion of
'mixed' citrus totaled 6,539 cars or 1,033 cars heavier than the 1947-48 season, The
active shipping period started two weeks earlier than a year ago and extended fully
twelve weeks later, Tangerines were shipped over a period of 37 weeks. An appreciable
volume was marketed over a period of twenty-five weeks, Late shipments were due al-
most entirely to exceptionElly fine quality of the late bloom fruit which started moving
to market around March 1st and continued until into June, an exceedingly late date for










shipping tangerines. As early as the week ending October 30th, more than the equiva-
lent of 100 cars for the week had been shipped while, as late as the week ending April
16th, 64 cars were shipped. Heaviest shipping weeks of the season followed the usual
schedule of just before the holidays. An early season peak of 528 cars was established
before Thanksgiving.or the week ending November 20th. December, always the heaviest
shipping month, accounted for 672, 888 & 563 cars, respectively, during the three
weeks preceding Christmas. Following the shipping holiday, there was an additional
fairly heavy week with 490 cars shipped the week ending January 8th.

The first few cars of tangerines sold at the beginning of the season at around
$3.00 f.o,b. per half half box or during the week ending October 22nd, The two weeks
following showed a decline of 500 per half box each week or sold mostly $2.00 f.o.b.
for the period ending November 5th, There was a further decline of 250 a half box dur-
ing the next week or the one ending November 12th. The movement at this time was un-
usually hoE:ry with more than 300 cars a week for the first two weeks in November. The
f.o.b, price for preferred sizes remained unchanged at $1.75 for the following week and
held at this figure until the week ending December 10th when there was a 250 increase
in the range, During the week of December 17th, the f.o.b, price was mostly $2.00. In
January, tha rango wcs from $1.75-2.25 but, beginning in February, the few f.o.b, sales
being made were much higher. Most shippers at this time preferred to roll to auction
rather than sell f.ob, since the movement had declined to less than 100 cars a week.
Shipments of quality tangerines, No. 1 Grade, as late as June, was simply fantastic un-
til it actually happcncd in 1949. Ordinarily, April rains mean 'puffy' tangerines and
the end of the season, Continued dry weather resulted in fine quality late bloom fruit
which, in conjunction with extremely high prices, furnished every incentive for merchan-
dising the entire crop,
The delivered cannery price on tangerines up until January 1st was mostly 400 per
box, Beginning in January, there was a slight advance, with packing house elimination
fruit, bringing mostly 500 and grove-run as high as 650, The cannery volume of approxi-
mately one million boxes, exceeded a year ago by more than 400,000 boxes,
With one exception, the weekly auction averages (half box basis) of tangerines
were above the $2.00 mark until January 1st. The two low weeks of the season were those
ending January 21st and 28th, respectively, with identical averages of $1.77, By Febru-
ary 25th, however, only four woeks later, the auction average had more than doubled or
was $4.31 per half box. This was at the wind-up of the regular bloom fruit and before
the late bloom started in volume. The $4,31 average on 21 cars of tangerines was topped
only once during the remainder of the season, or the week ending May 20th, when 6 cars
averaged $4.63 per half box, Beginning in March, the weekly averages ranged mostly from
$3,50-4.00 with only four weeks exceeding the $4.00 mark. The 1948-49 season average of
$2.55 per half box or better than $5.00 for 1-3/5 bushel box is the second highest in
the last 21 years, being exceeded only by the 1945-46 season. In 1927-28, the average
was $3.35 per half box.









DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1948-49 SEASON


Rail distribution and actual unloads wore obtained on 27,691 cars of oranges,
13,540 grapefruit, .3,050 tangerines and 5,942 mixed citrus for a grand total of 50,223
cars, Truck destinations to June 1st totaled the equivalent of 22,883 cars of oranges,
5,895 grapefruit and 2,151 tengerines (basis of 500 boxes to car) or a truck total for
all citrus of 30,929 cars. Destinations of combined rail and truck accounted for a
grnnd total of 81,152 cars,

In comparing distribution with shipments, it should be kept in mind that destina-
tions for cities and towns without unload information are not available before the Mar-
ket News Office on citrus was opened and after it closed. Also unavailable were desti-
nations on 3,429 cars of l,c.l, mixed citrus (consolidated into carlots) via express.

Passings through the Florida gateways, Potomac Yard, Cincinnati and Russell, Ky.
(corrected by diversions) form the basis of the distribution figures.




CAR LOADINGS, FLORIDA CITRUS

The average rail load of Florida citrus during the 1948-49 season, as compiled by
the Florida Citrus Exchange at Tampa, Florida, was 504.8 boxes, Segregeted: 1948-49 -
oranges 504.5, grapefruit 513,9, and tangerines 468.7,

Tie conversion factor of 400 boxes, which has been used in recent seasons for con-
verting Florida's truck shipments was changed during the 1948-49 season to 500 boxes,




CALIFORYIA & TEXAS AUCTION PRICES FOR 1948-49 SEASON

Detailed auction datr for California citrus may be obtained from A, E. Prugh,
Market News Service, P.M.A., 300 Wholesale Terminal Bldg., Los Angeles 21, California.
For similar information on Texas citrus write R, E. Winfrey, Market News Service,
P.M.A., Weslaco, Texas.





1 -

Note: Carlot shipments (rail, boat, and express) by weeks oranges & tangerines, grape-
fruit and mixed citrus were taken from the "weekly Summary of Carlot Shipments" as
released by the Washington Office; of the Production and Marketing Administration.

ORNGES A!TD TANGERIEES CARLOT SETPR TS (RAIL & BOAT) BY WEEKS

Week FLORIDA CALIF. TEXAS* ARIZ. ALL OTHERS* TOTALS
End-
ing 1948-49 1947-48 48-49 47-48 48.49 47-48 48-49147-48 48-49147-48 48-491 47-48


1948

8/28
97 4
'11
18






20
27

18
25
1949

8
15
22
29
2/5
12
19
26
3/ 5
12
19
26
4/22
9
16
2/5








23
30
5/ 7

28
6/ 5
11
18
25
7/ 2
9
16
23
30
8/ 6
13
20
27
27


Crgs. Tangs. Org s. Tns.

8 -



47 1
359 1 33 -
578 5 295
456 51 451 1
568 154 564 13
613 130 804 43
549 219 912 149
517 198 713 157
819 210 723 529
1040 273 1505 392
1216 321 1255 226
630 280 590 177

4 535 319
1015 220 1080 348
1191 198 1006 201
853 116 1503 101
583 70 295 51
632 29 1122 100
981 10 1001 60
818 8 1079 13
812 23 1052 4
896 45 783 -
858 46 913 -
724 65 1565 -
691 27 1124 -
717 38 931 -
725 21 995 -
820 28 1062 -
781 11 1072 -
809 5 945 -
771 3 1029 -
933 3 744 -
885 7 977 -
790 1 999 -
619 2 1062 -
513 4 851 -
427 649 -
239 543
93 251
40 175 -
30 121 -
16 90 -
3 40 -
27 -
25 -
4


945 1587
1073 1361
1083 1549
1098 1291
1025 1325
1153 1330
1148 1241
913 1387
676 1362
449 1111
321 757
160 1090
62 1213
442 1065
1105 1308
954 852
620 365
357 522

654 809
779 994
530 918
393 820
323 655
454 672
437 759
550 816
547 806
536 850
557 872
571 730
516 821
534 829
475 788
445 909
484 875
393 935
419 960
495 986
327 1035
717 1088
1020 962
720 1031
848 998
764 1031
889 931
1190 1024
1144 1230
1212 1146
1248 1194
1189 1167
970 1171
1013 1194
1003


6
59
93
72
44
24

25
20
14
10
1
2



1


8
4
11
15
20
10

2
-5
20
14
10












-


2


TOTAL 26684 2872


33534 2884 37930 52722 798 2220 466


40 94 68790 91892


*Includes a few cars tangerines.


NOTE: 1947-48 corrected by weeks; 1948-49 subject to correction.


945 1587
1073 1361
1083 1549
1106 1291
1026 1325
1154 1332
1210 1256
1303 1454
1285 1702
988 1618
1085 1388
981 2032
861 2359
1271 2017
2284 2673
2401 2870
2244 1926
1335 1351

748 1837
2081 2572
1980 2277
1391 2667
995 1150
1151 1962
1548 1937
1401 2018
1383 1926
1477 1672
1464 1855
1361 2356
1234 1992
1294 1800
1234 1823
1301 2005
1283 1993
1211 1943
1204 2056
1446 1778
1239 2069
1513 2117
1641 2043
1239 1923
1275 1654
1003 1576
982 1183
1238 1200
1174 1351
1228 1236
1256 1242
1189 1194
970 1196
1013 1198
1003





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GEAPEIUIT CA5LOT SHIPMENTS (RAIL & BOAT) BY WEEKS


Week FLOD CALIF. XAS ARIZ. TOTALS Imports
n -7
ing 48-49 V7-4- 48i-9 [ 47-484 48-49 47-48 4-491 47-48 48-49 1. 47-48 48-49 147-48


1948
8 28
9/ 4
11
18
25
10/ 2
9
16
23
30
11/ 6
13
20
27
12/ 4
11
18
25
1949
iT1
8
15
22
29
2/ 5
12
19
26
3/ 5
12
19
26
4/ 2
9
16
23
30
5/ 7
14
21
28
6/ 4
11
18
25
7/ 2
9
16
23
30
8/ 6
13
20
27


50
279
170
204
220
381
501
459
355
218
245
291
282
290
301
246
227


267
342
420
328
337
379
439
614
572
454
587
608
490
441
520
505
371
306
323
265
165
82
82
89
16
24
9
2
4
4


1
28
235
568
528
495
411
298
385
362
393
250
215
252
168

122
233
253
315
105
326
310
342
335
270
242
276
251
284
370
340
328
267
285
228
352
391
285
1.91
138
98
30
51
65
15
5

1
1


64
77
37
13
6
5
3
3
2
4
1
1

1



1

2










3
-
4




56




7
6
4
14
19
2


36



51
4
655
7
657
14
14
19
9






35
36
51

55
72
57
29
35
36
78
70
49
33
30


71
58
50
35
24
7
2



1
3


3
1
1
1

7
8
4
8
5
3
6
9
2
6
4
5
6
3
8
5
7
3
3
11
12
9
3
15
15
33
58
98
191
130
79
100
107
126


1
29
115
172
240
316
283
-16
290
399
300
249

284
401
569
397
329
304
233
106
90
36
35
15
6
6
1

90


-









3
12
4
12
20
20
6

15
3
8
7
4
6
11
12
15
27
26
29
26
13
14
23
15
13
24
39
38
39
42
46
31
10
27

26


71
S58
50
36
52
242
570
648
626
705
640
831
881
834
757
798
531
452

567
793
870
1031
622
984
1043
1039
988
869
934
992
913
921
1038
1060
1089
708
600
605
890
714
547
438
324
264
151
220
317
178
96
101
109
127


TOTAL 13814 11795 1C08 1346 5731 16817 613 966 21166 30924 162 268


NOTE: 1947-48 corrected by'weeks; 1948-49 subject to correction,





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MIXED CITRUS CABLOT RAIL SHIPMENTS BY WEEKS


Week FLORIDA% CALIFORNIA TAS ARIZOI ALL OTHERS TOTALS
End-
i 4g 49 7-48 -491 47-48 48-49j 47-48 48-491 47-48 48-491 47-481 4849 47-48
1948
28 60 39 60 39
68 33 68 33
11 1 46 41 47 41
18 5 33 28 -38 28
25 1 34 25 35 25
10/ 2 5 1 20 13 25 14
9 23 6 26 13 2 1 51 20
16 88 18 19 7 8 8 115 33
23 117 62 36 13 19 21 172 96
30 117 53 14 12 20 45 151 110 *
11/ 6 154 70 9 4 33 40 196 114
13 217 143 6 6 32 50 1 255 200
20 259 267 3 9 62 95 2 324 373
27 282 231 5 8 86 73 1 4 374 316
12/ 4 16 402 1 7 83 103 4 6 1 504 519
11 594 735 11 5 187 165 3 2 1 795 908
18 1057 1072 4 2 384 314 5 1 1445 1394
25 721 507 3 8 210 191 2 5 936 711
1949
ITl 93 278 9 10 82 116 2 2 1 186 407
8 394 460 7 14 108 166 3 6 512 646
15 441 366 6 9 111 163 1 2 559 540
22 380 377 10 17 69 175 1 1 460 570
29 271 142 14 15 63 130 1 348 288
2/ 5 254 422 7 14 25 123 1 286 560
12 293 385 10 24 47 155 1 350 565
19 253 318 68 27 26 127 347 472
26 354 269 13 34 2 102 36 405
3/ 5 467 206 13 31 92 1 480 330
12 433 200 15 23 1 119 449 342
19 379 230 8 27 100 1 387 358
26 350 182 10 26 69 360 277
4/ 2 329 192 14 24 56 1 344 272
9 346 238 13 26 44 2 3 361 311
16 358 194 22 23 45 4 384 262
23 346 205 18 21 38 1 365 264
30 279 175 17 20 29 1 2 297 226
5/ 7 250 162 8 11 24 9 1 267 198
14 278 126 10 17 28 9 2 297 173
21 219 208 11 16 33 2 1 232 258
28 193 230 17 26 18 3 2 213 276
6/ 4 119 173 34 27 '18 1 154 218
11 117 116 32 22 9 149 147
18 91 101 49 31 9 1 141 141
25 45 96 53 41 5 98 142
7/ 2 23 33 50 53 73 86
9 14 42 53 69 1 67 112
16 10 46 65 83 75 129
23 12 24 5 111 70 135
30 7 10 56 79 3 89
8/ 6 1 4 60 89 61 93
13 4 49 85 49 89
20 59 61 59 61
27 67 67

TOTAL 11456 9781 1403 1479 1660 3100 51 52 4 14570 14416


NOTE: 1347-48 corrected by weeks; 1948-49 subject to correction,





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FLORIDA. MIhE CAR AILALYSIS, RAIL SHIPMENTS 1948..49 SEASON



ORANGES GRAPEfRUIT TANGERINES
Date TrWeek Season For Week Season Por Week Season
ding To Date Ending To Date Ending To Date

1948

91/ 4- -

18 -
25 -
10/2 35.7. 35.7 64.3 64.3
9 39.1 37,8 60.9 62.2
16 44.3 42.4 55.7 57.6
23 58,1 50.0 41.9 50.0 -
30 53.8 51.3 35.9 46.4 10.3 3.3
11/6 57.9 53.4 20.8 37.8 21.4 8.8
3 50.7 52.6 24.9 33.9 24.4 13.5
20 53,9 53.0 16,6 29.4 29,5 17,6
27 54.3 53.2 23,7 28.2 22.0 18.6
12/4 52.2 52.9 30,7 28,9 17,1 18,2
1 557 53,7 23,2 27,4 21.1 18.9
18 .. 62.0 56,3 20,4 25.2 17,6 18,5
25 51,8 55,5 27.2 25.5 21.0 19.0
1949
1 55.9 55.4 25.8 25,6 18.3 19.0
8 56.5 55,5 27,1 25,7 16,4 18,8
15 49.7 55,0 29,9 26.1 20,4 18,9
22 57,9 55.2 30,5 26,4 11.6 18.4
29 55,0 55.2 34.3 26.8 10,7 18.0
2/ 5 57.9 55.3 31.5 27.0 10.6 17,7
12 54,3 55.3 38,2 27.5 7.5 17.2
19 54,6 55,2 39.5 28.1 5.9 16.7
26 57,. 55.4 36.5 28.5 5.9 16.1
3/ 5 58,7 55.5 34.0 28,9 7,3 15.6
12 51,3 55.3 40.6 29,5 8.1 15.2
19 53,8 55,2 36.9 29,9 9,3 14.9
26 42.9 54.7 46,6 30.6 10.5 14.7
4/ 2 .8,6 54,5 42.3 31.0 9.1 14,5
9 51.5 54,4 43,0 31,5 5.5 14.1
16 52.8 54 3 40.5 31,8 6.7 13.9
23 61.3 54.6 36.7 32.0 2.0 13,4
30 56.5 54,6 39.0 33.2 4.5 13.2
5/ 7 54,8 54,6 42.0 32,4 3.2 13.0
14 57,9 54.7 40.7 32.6 1,4 12,7
21 59,0 43.8 40,5 32.8 .5 12,4
28 53,9 54,8 44,5 33.0 1.6 12.2
6/ 4 70.6 55.0 27,7 32,9 1,7 12.1
11 73.1 55,2 26.9 32.9 .0 11,9
18 58.2 55,2 41.8 32,9 .0 11,9
25 58.7 55.2 41,3 33.0 .0 11.8
7/ 2 75.0 55,2 25.0 33,0 .0 11,8
9 35.7 55,2 14,3 33,0 .0 11.8
16 90,0 55.2 10.0 33,0 ,0 11.8
23 91,7 55.2 8,3 33.0 .0 11,8
30 35.7 55.2 14.3 33.0 .0 11.8


Fiarnished through the courtesy of the Statistical Department,
Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Fla.






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TOTAL FLORIDA CITRUS SHIPMENTS.- AIL, BOAT & TRUCK BY ~EEKS, 1948-49 SEASON
Includes the proper proportion of 'mixed' cars
& truck shipments- intra & interstate movement.

Week ORANIGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES
End.
ing **Rail *Boat **Truck Rail [ *Boat **Truck -Rail *Boat .*Truck
I Q4 Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars


8/ 28
9/ 4
11
18
25
10/ 2
9
16
23
30
11/ 6
13
20
27
12/ 4
11
18
25
1949
17 r
8
15
22
29
2/ 5
12
19
26
3/ 5
12
19
26
4/ 2
9
16
23
30
5/ 7
14
21
28
6/ 4
11
18
25
7/ 2
9
16
23
30
8/ 6
13
20
27


-

8
1
3
56
398
648
519
657
723
689
670
1036
1371
1871
1004

56
1237
1410
1073
732
779
1140
956
1016
1170
1080
928
841
877
903
1009
993
967
908
1094
1014
894
703
599
480
265
110
60
39
27
14
1





































27
11
71
271
474
486
450
542
581
608
544
772
960
1267
652


1238
803
690
683
809
1034
832
980
994
968
868
871
805
831
902
730
674
680
574
506
404
343
286
223
103
40
21
10
11
12
21
20
20
20


17
285
288
160
99
56
32
23
44
79
81
100
64
68
40
52
18
17
11
7
8
4
4
4


TOTAL 33027 25722 17577 7777 4222 2317


24
394
474
536
421
417
481
539
743
731
630
727
771
629
590
665
632
480
411
436
354
251
115
113
127
65
30
11
3
5
5





































I










* Domestic only,


** Corrected.





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TOTiL SIIPMETS FLORIDA CIEHJS BY WEEKS
1948-49 ADn) 1947-48 SEASONS


Week
End'.
ing
1948
8/ 28
.97 4
11
18
25
10/ 2
9
16
23
30
11/ 6
13
20
27
12/ 4
11
18
25
1949
19 1
l7?
8
15
22
29
2/ 5
12
19
26
3/ 5
12
19
26
4/ 2
9
16
23
30
5/ 7
14
21
28
6/ 4
11
18
25
7/ 2
9
16
23
30
8/ 6
13
20
27


ORANGES GRAPEFRU ITI TA GERINES TOTAL
1948-49 1947-4 194849 1947-48 1948-49 1 1947-48 1948-49 1947-48
Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars


35
12
74
327
872
1132
969
1199
1304
1297
1214
1808
2331
3138
1656

56
2475
2213
1763
1415
1588
2174
1788
1996
2164
2048
1796
1712
1S82
1734
1911
1723
1641
1588
1688
1520
1295
1043
885
703
368
150
81
49
38
26
22
20
20
20


2
6
24
130
584
754
896
1234
1406
1126
1309
2479
2888
1029

913
1676
1564
2148
545
1778
1625
1659
1621
1286
1456
2212
1597
1349
1-164
1487
1537
1367
1453
1131
1 435
1445
1433
1186
r30
743
373
279
203
157
B8
56
28*
4*


50
401
275
310
383
631
785
701
546
376
426
492
473
565
591
624
496

24
597
671
745-
622
644
772
837
1101
1070
951
1056
1101
920
863
947
886
699
602
600
473
323
176
165
167
91
46
19
9
11
10
8
8
8
8


3
46
331
697
723
577
484
386
508
524
526
438
419
565
318

209
385
404
487
185
559
501
524
528
436
407
444
397
440
543
507
481
402
433
354
533
565
432
289
221
167
65
96
112
42
16
5
2*
1*


50
401
310
322
457
958
1660
1844
1633
1880
2101
2317
2110
2836
3594
4650
2715

97
3562
3305
2747
2188
2313
2992
2654
3149
3323
3091
2969
2890
2681
2645
2922
2636
2362
2207
2277
2003
1626
1226
1055
871
460
196
100
58
49
36.
30
28
28
28


-


3
48
337
721
853
1161
1239
1311
1825
2224
1925
-2512
3616
4117
1691

1693
2647
2331
2848
851
2583
2269
2227
2169
1736
1864
2662
2000
1790
2007
1994
2018
1769
1886
1485
1968
2010
1865
1475
1101
910
438
375
315
199
104
61
30*
5*


TOTAL 58749 52045 25354 17717 5539 5506 90642 75268
Truck shipments not included unavailable,
iOTE: Includes rtil, trnck, express & 'mixed' citrus broken down into proper propor-
tions. T-ruck reduced to car-lot equivalents on basis 500 boxes per car.





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FLORIDA FUTIT PROCESSED BY WEEKS & TO.DATE 1948-49 SEASON


We k ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES
Ending Boxes Used I To-ate Boxes Used To-Date Boxes Used To-Date


1948

Sept.11
18
25
Oct. 2
9
16
23
30
Nov, 6
13
20
27
Dec. 4
11
18
25
1949
Jan. 1
8
15
22
29
Feb. 5
12
19
26
Mar. 5
12
19
26
Apr. 2
9
16
23
30
May 7
14
21
28
June 4
11
18
25
July 2
9
16
23
30
Aug. 6
13


502
1,894
16,917
81,016
253,636
282,212
439,899
559,164
563,731
413,947
608,749
679,175
882,945
756,979

736,767
1,034,252
1,029,200
1,127,870
1,197,003
1,055,243
1,174,815
1,311,029
1,166,283
1,028,271
1,050,943
977,535
854,05S
849,055
711,878
657,894
625,338
728,347
734,584
693,724
6138,05
543,520
i47,919
383,697
384,027
121,550
27,881
6,7.45
8,901
4,473
980
43
99


502
2,396
19,313
100,329
353,965
636,177
1,076,076
1,635,240
2,203,971
2,667,918
3,276,667
3,955,842
4,838,787
5,595,766

6,332,533
7,366,785
8,395,985
9,523,855
10,720,858
11,776,101
12,950,916
14,261,945
15,428,228
16,456,499
17,507,442
18,484,977
19,339,036
20,188,091.
20,899,969
21,557,863
22,183,201
22,911,848
23,646,432-
24,340,156
24,956,761
25,-C0,281
25,968,200
26,357,897
26,641,924
26,763,474
26,791,355
26,798,100
26,8C7,001
26,811,174
26,812,354
26,812,397
26,812,496


S3,260
44,656
37,886
41,121
71,271
89,447
254,945
373,085
422,614
480,727
604,830
503,633
555,254
605,780
571,054
409,914

511,086
746,200
695,926
772,645
839,613
811,055
733,646
686,715
706,255
606,236
595,591
653,182
537,769
453,684
367,345
331,512
210,700
179,431
127,650
114,242
96,875
86,455
74,650
73,S60
61,621
51,125
48,706
14.922
21,103
15,116
4,501
1,486
340


3,260
47,916
85,802
126,923
198,194
287,641
542,586
915,671
1,338,285
1,819,012
2,423,842
2,927,475
3,482,729
4,088,509
4,659,563
5,069,477

5,580,563
6,326,763
7,022,689
7,795,334
8,634,947
9,446,002
10,184,648
10,871,363
11,577,618
12,183,854
12,779,445
13,432,627
13,970,396
14,424,080
14,791,425
15,122,937
15,333,637
15,513,068
15,640,718
15,754,960
15,851,835
15,938,290
16,012,940
16,086,900
16,148,521
16,199,646
16,248,352
16,263,274
16,284,377
16,299,493
16,303,994
16,305,480
16,305,820


18,463
65,148
73,846
77,483
53,880
65,747
73,187
108,479
89,723

10,952
82,822
91,733
85,071
45,598
28,840
5,389
8,652
2,807
1,357
1,918
2,408
1,799
228
778
569
1,910
378

50
27
112
-


-



18,463
83,611
157,457
234,940
288,820
354,567
427,754
536,233
625,956

636,908
719,730
811,463
896,534
942,132
970,972
976,361
985,013
987,820
989,177
991,095
993,503
995,302
995,530
996,308
996,877
998,787
999,165
999,165
999,215
999,242
999,354
999,354
999,354
999,354
999,354
999,354
999,354
999,354
999,354
999,354
999,354
999,354


Furnished through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Commission, Lakeland, Florida





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PROPUCTION AID UTILIZATION -- UNITED STATES
CITRUS CROPS OF 1945-46 to 1947-48, INCLUSIVE


Crop Reporting


Board Bureau


of Agricultural Economics


FAR4 DISPOSITION UTILIZATION OF SALES


For
Farm
House-
hold
Use


Total

Processed


ORAXGES (Including Tangerines)
1945-46
1946-47
1947-48


1945-.46
1946-47
1947-48 : .

(Excluding Teigerines) -
19 45-46
1946-47 3/4
19417-48 4/


- Box basis
104,350
118,540
114,280


Ton basis
4,402
.4,979
4,841


-- Thousand boxes
103,619 676
115,901 727
112,746 777


-- Thousand
4,374
4,866
4,778


tons
29
31
33


Box basis -- Thousand boxes
100,150 99,419 626
113,840 112,001 682
110,280 109,346 732


2/
102,943
115,174
111,969


4,345
4,835
4,745


98,793
111,319
108,614


Early & Mid-Season 5/ 6/
1945-46
19-46-47
1947-48

Valencia 5/
1945-46
1946-47 3/
1947-48 /


- Box basis -- Thousand boxes


46,860
54,330.
53,780


46,528
52,945
53,253


- Box basis -- Thousand Boxes


53,290
59,510
56,500


52,891
59,056
56,093


- Box basis -- Thousand boxes 2/


63,450
59,520
62,080


63,448
55,484
55,114


63,216
55,267
54,877


Ton basis -- Thousand tons 2/


2,485
2,330
2,442


2,485
2,175
2,171


SSee individual State tables for explanation of differences between
"production having value."


"total production" and


/ Net contents of box varies, For oranges in California and Arizona, the approximate aver-
age is considered to be 77 pounds. For California and Arizona grapefruit, the approximate
average is considered to be 65 pounds in California Desert Valleys and Arizona and 68
pounds in California arres other than Desert Valleys. For Florida and other States, net
content is considered to be 90 pounds for oranges and 80 pounds for grapefruit. Equiva-
lent tons were derived on the basis of the above box weights,
Revised.
SPreliminary
5 Estimates of utilization of oranges, by varieties, not available for all States,
6/ For California and Arizona Navels aned miscellaneous.


CROP


SEASON


TOTAL

"IUC-
TION


Pro-
duc-
tion
Having
Value

I/


75,697
83,540
71,639


3,165
3,479
2,988


72,063
80,616
68,883


27,246
31,634
40,330


1,180
1,356
1,757


26,730
30,703
39,731


GRAPE~JEIT


1945-46
1946-47
1947-48


1945- 46
1946-47
1947-48


27,800
28,217
25,294


1,079
1,101
988


2,476
2;167
2,162


35,416
27,050
29,583


1,397
1,086
1,174


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PROIUCTION AND UTILIZATION TFORIDA CITRUS
CROPS OF 1945-46 to 1947-48 INCLUSIVE
Crop Reporting Board Bureau of Agricultural Economics
FR ,i U UTILIZATION OF SALES
TOTAL DISPOSITION
CROP PO-. For Fresh S ale1 s
UJC- Farm l Shipped Out of State Intra o-
SEASON' TION House- Sold Total Intra Pro-
SEASO TION House- Sold h RailState ess

hold Sales Total Inluding Boat Truck Sales ed
TUhse Express 2/
Thous a.and Box es 3


ALL ORiNGES
1945-46
1946-47
1947-48


49,800
53,700
58,400


EARLY & MIDSASON
1945-46 25,400
1946-47 30,500
1947-48 31,000


VALENCIAS
1945-46
1946-47
1947-48

TANGERINES
1945-46
1946-47
1947-48


24,400
23,200
27,400


4,200
4,700
4,000


ALL GRAPEFRUIT
1945-46 32,000
1946-47 29,000
1947-48 33,000


SEEDLESS
1945-46
1946-47
1947-48


14,000
14,000
14,800


OTBER TEiA SE DLESS
1945-46 18,000
1946-47 15,000
1947-48 18,200


LIMES
1945-46
1946-47
1947-48


300 49,500
350 52,450
400 58,000


150 25,250
200 29,400
225' 30,775


150 24,250
150 23,050
175 27,225


4,150
3,855
3,355


140 31,860
120 26,280
140 29,160


13,940
13,150
12,340


17,920
13,130
16,820



200
170
170


200 4
170
170


30,280
32,564
27,579


16,435
19,360
14,913


13,845
13,204
12,666


3,634
2,924
2,756


9,724
10,414
9,709


5,954
7,100
5,859


3,770
3,314
3,850


28,062
30,297
25,322


15,223
18,163
13,650


12,839
12,134
11,672


3,193
2,497
2,368


8,647
9,437
8,638


5,459
6,653
5,417


3,188
2,784
3,221


25,910
25,471
19,588


13,690
15,111
10,365


12,220
10,360
9,223


2,809
1,970
1,700


8,297
8,248
7,486


5,337
5,839
4,696


2,960
2,409
2,790


98
1,316
27


2,054
3,510
5,707


23 1,510
540 2,512
27 3,258


75 544
776 998
2,449


2,218
2,267
2,257


1,212
1,197
1,263


1,006
1,070
994


19,220
19,886
30,421


8,815
10,040
15,862


10,405
9,846
14,559


384 441
438 427
668 388


10 340
631 558
9 1,143


1,077
977
1,071


22,136
15,866
19,451


7 115 495 7,986
551 263 447 6,050
8 713 442 6,481


225 582 14,150
295 530 9,816
430 629 12,970


"Total production" and "production of value" are the same each season.
1945-46 Includes the following exports (1,000 boxes): Oranges, Early & Midseason 8;
Valencias 60. Grapefruit, Seedless 2; Other 3.
Net contents of box of Florida oranges and tangerines 90 pounds; grapefruit and limes
80 pounds.
Negligible.





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OUPB 'ITION AND UTILIZATION CALIF01IIA CITRUS
CROPS OF 1945-46 to 1947-48, INCLUSIVE
Crop Reporting Board Bureau of Agricultural Economics
FABM DISPOSITION UTILIZATION OF SALES
'i TTAL Pro-
CROP PRO- duc- For
DJC- tion Farm Fresh Sales Total
SEASON TION Having House- Sold Pro-
Value hold cessed
1j 1/ Use Total Packed Loose
Thousand Boxes
ALL O4NXGES
1945-46 44,010 43,279 232 43,047 36,022 35,172 850 7,025
1946-47 3/ 53,530 52,591 232 52,359 42,069 39,810 2,259 10,290
1947-48 ] 45,530 44,672 232 44,440 35,621 33,493 2,128 8,819

NAVELS & MISC3LLA,10US
1945-46 17,580 17,348 107 17,241 15,644 15,096 548 1,597
1946-47 19,670 19,185 107 19,078 17,505 16,448 1,057 1,573
1947-48 4/ 18,900 18,379 107 18,272 15,946 14,158 1,788 2,326
VAW~LCIAS
1945-46 28,330 25,931 125 25,806 20,378 20,076 302 5,428
1946-47 3/ 33,860 33,406 125 33,281 24,564 23,362 1,202 8,717
1947-48 / 26,930 26,293 125 26,168 19,675 19,335 340 ,493

A~L GRAPEBUJIT
1945-46 3,350 3,348 20 3,328 2,443 2,424 19 885
1946-47 3,120 3,107 20 3,087 2,354 2,344 10 733
1947-48/ 2,810 2,858 20 2,838 2,157 2,147 10 681
IESEmT VJiLEYS
1945.46 1,220 1,213 4 1,214 919 903 16 295
1946-47 / 1,220 1,27 4 1,203 919 911 8 284
1947-48 / 60 938 4 934 690 682 8 244
OTHER ABEAS
1945-46 2,130 2,130 16 2,114 1,524 1,521 3 590
1946-47 3/ 1,000 1,500 16 1,884 1,435 1,433 2 449
1947-48 / 1,920 1,C20 16 1,504 1,467 1,465 2 437
LEMDNS
1945-46 14,450 14,450 15 14,435 9,114 8,910 204 5,321
1946-47 3 13,800 13,800 15 13,785 9,371 9,103 269 4,414
1947-48 12,700 12,700 15 12,685 8,535 8,335 200 4,150
Ton Basis
LETDNS -- Tons 2/
1945-46 570,775 570,775 592 570,183 360,003 351,945 8,058 210,180
1946-47 3/ 545,100 545,100 592 544,508 370,155 174,353
1947-48 / 501,650 501,650 592 501,058 337,133 163,925


1/ Differences between "total production" and "production having value" include quantities
to charity or eliminated.
2/ iet content of box of Celifornia oranges considered to be 77 pounds; grapefruit in
Desert Valleys 65 pounds (in other areas, 68 pounds) and lemons 79 pounds.
Equivalent tons for lemons were derived on the basis of the above weight,
/ Revised.
4/ Preliminary.





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PRONUCTION & UTILIZATION TEXAS, ARIZONA & LOUISIANA CIfRUS
CROPS OF 1945-46 to 1947-48, INCLUSIVE
Crop Reporting Board Bureau of Agricultural Economics

FARM
TOTAL DISPOSITION UTILIZATION OF SALES
CROP p3M.
I C- For Farm
SEASON TION House- Fresh Total
hold Sold Sales Processed
S use
Thousand Boxes 2
TEXAS ORA!,GS. ALL
1945-46 4,800 65 4,735 4,375 360
1946-47 5,000 70 4,930 4,607 323
1947-48 5,200 70 5,130 4,831 299
EARLf & MIDSEASON 3/
1946-46 2,880 -
1946-47 3,150 -
1947-48 3,100 -
Vi=ICIAS 3/
1945-46 1,920 -
1946-47 1,850 -
19-47-48 2,100 -
GRAPEFJUIT, ALL
1945-46 24,000 60 23,940 13,378 10,562
1946-47 23,300 65 22,735 13,815 8,920
1947-48 23,200 65 20,835 12,174 8,661
ARIZONA ORANGES, ALL
19465-6 1,210 15 1,195 1,080 115
1946-47 1,200 14 1,186 992 194
1947-48 780 14 760 578 182
NAVlS & MISCELAd0OUS
1945-46 570 7 563 505 58
1946-47 600 7 593 508 85
1947-48 480 7 467 392 75
VZILCIAS
1945-46 640 8 632 575 57
1946-47 600 7 593 484 109
1947-48 300 7 293 186 107
GRl2UEmUIT, ALL
195-46 4,100 12 4,088 2,255 1,833
1946-47 4,100 12 3,165 1,634 1,531
1947-48 3,000 12 2,044 1,254 790
LDUISIdA ORANGES, ALL
1945-46 330 14 316 306 10
1946-47 410 16 394 384 10
1947-48 300 16 284 274 10

1/ "Total production" and "production having value" are the same each season,
SNet content of box of oranges in Texas and Louisiana, 90 pounds; in Arizona, 77 pounds,
Net content of box of grapefruit in Texas, 80 pounds; in Arizona, 65 pounds.
3/ Utilization of Texas oranges, by varieties, not available,






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CITRUS UXOADTS FBM SEPTEMBER, 1948 TERU JULY, 1949
Total Pail Carlot Unloads in 100 Cities & Imports 5 Canadian Cities
(Includes Boat.Converted to Carlot Equivalents)
3y States of Origin


City



.4kron, Ohio
Albany, N. Y.
Altoona, Pa.
Amarillo, Tex,
. Atlanta, Ga.
Baltimore, Mid.
Beaumont, Tex.
Birmingham, Ala.'
Boston, Mass.
Bridgeport, Conn.
Buffalo, N. Y.
Butte, Mont.
Charleston, S. C.
Charleston, W. Va.
Charlotte, N. C.
Chattanooga, Tenn,
Chicago, Il.*
Cincinnati, Ohio*
Cleveland, Ohio
Columbia; S. C,.
Columbus, 0.
Dallas, Tex,
Davenport, Ia.#
Dayton, 0.
Denver, Cblo.
Des Moines, Ia.
-Detroit, Mich.*
Duluth, Minn,
El Paso, Tex.
Evansville, ind.
Flint, Mich.
Fort Wayno, Ind.
Fort Worth, Tex.
Grand Rapids, .ich.
Greensboro, N, C.
Hertford, Conn,
Houston, Tex.
Huntington, W. Va.
Indianapolis, Ind,
Jacksonville, Fla,
Kcaisas City, Md.
Knoxville, Tenn,
Lexington, ly,.
Lincoln, Nebr,
Little Rock, Ark.
Los Angeles, Cal.
Louisville, Ky.
Madison, Wis,
Memphis, Tenn.
Miami, Fla,
Milwaukee, Wis.
Minneapolis, Minn,
Mobile, Ala.


ORANGES I GRAPEFRUIT


[ArizjCalifj Fla ITez briz CalifI Fla I Tex


- 22 14 -
1 209 220 1
9 16 19 -
2 12 4 -
47 196 -
2 -.320 732 -
7 2
34 187 -
11 1575 2495 1
- 68 165 '-
2 422 255 7
- 57 21 -
- 4 10 -
- 21 74 1
- 17 150 -
- 4 37 -
29 2324 1031 77
18 426 719 11
13 779 755 20
- 13 29 -
3 147 148 -
20 120 67 72
1 93 11 5
- 17 6 1
1 269 88 68
1 211 19 6
29 1289 1110 32
1 121 21 6
6 28 5
18 12 -
2 62 1 -
4 59 42 1
1 25 2 7
2 204 167 -
2 4 -
177 234 -
2 100 5
13 59 -
6 151 28 8

8 391 132 64
7 86 -
3 23 -
86 12 -
6 43 4 5
30 3
2 60 132 1
1 1C8 66 8
4 65 255 6

5 394 261 13
4 638 129 38
17 3 -


1
1 99
1
1
78
393

40
21 1022
- 51
7 163
- 11

29
94
2
64 579
10 219
8 310
2 4
1 48
S 29
3 12

14 65
3 17
25 537
7 28
1
1 2
3
2 24
1 -
1 100
17
86
4 1
9
6 14
1
1
13 79
1 7
- 2
2 13
1 -
2 17
- 40
1 34
2 11

4 109
16 116


MIXED CITRUS TANGERES


ArizCalifI Fla Tex Fla Tex


1







3




3




4



1
1






1






1
-
3
-
o








1
-
-

1
-
-


1
3
-
-

-


1 26 -
23 -

- 25 -
8 234 -


11 459 2
- 1 -
5 50 6
3 -


- 3 -
- 18 -
58 90 32
14 180 6
4 115 3
2 .15 -

1 2 4
2" 2

- 15 12

15 150 15



-
2 21 -
1 -
6 14 -
22 -
1 21 -
1
1 -
8 2 -

1 12 33
2 4 -
2 1
2 -
1 3
2 7
2 8 -
3 6 5


9 43 12
7 27 47
1 2 -


16 -
4 -

3 -
77 -


222 -
14 -
60 -
2 -

2 -
1 -

165 -
76 -
162 -

12 -
1 -


4 -

231 -
1





5 -
3 -
20 -


3 1

1 I
1 -

1-




12 -

13 -
20 -


# Includes Moline, Ill, end Rock Island, Ill,


. t I A A A "i L A A


i


I






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CITRUS UILOADS FROM SEPTEMER, 1948 IHiU JULY, 1949 (CONTINUED)


Total Bail Crrlot Unloads in 1CO Cities & Imports 5 Canadian Cities
(Includes Boat Converted to Carlot Equivalents)
By States of Origin
0 RANG E S G RA P FRUIT IED CITR US S AEERINES
City Ari li la I T IzCalif I x izCalifl FlalTex Fa I T
|AizjCalif| Fla |Tax Aizj Calif | la |Tax {Ais Califl Fla T'ex Fla |Tez


Montgomery, Ala.
Nashvilleo Tenn.
Newark, N. J.
New Haven, Conn.
New Orleans, La,*
Wew York, N. Y,*
Norfolk, Va.
Otkland, Calif.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Omaha, Nebr.
Peoria, Ill,
Philadelphia, Pa.*
Phoenix, Ariz,
Pittsburgh, Pa,
Portland, Me.
Portland, Ore."
Providence, I. .
Richmond, Va.
Roanoke, Va.
Rochester, N. Y,
St. Louis, Mo.*
St. Paul, Minn.
Salt Lake City,Utah"
San Antonio, Tex.
San Diego, Calif,
San Francisco, Cali.,
Scraiton, Pa.
Seattle, Wash.*
Shroveport, La,
Sioux City, Ia.
Sioux Falls, S. D.
South Bend, Ind.
Spokane, Wash.
Springfield, Mass,
Springfield, Hio.
Syracuse, N. Y.
Tacoma, Wash.
Tampa, Fla.
Torre Haute, Ind.
Toledo, 0.
Topeka, Kans.
Tulsa, Okla,
WaEshington, D.C;*
Wichita, Kans.
Wilkes-Barro, Pa,
Worcester, Mass.
Youngstown, Ohio


.4 7
S 23 339 -
163 477 -
68 187 -
S 83 165 2
13 4762 7341 1
33 105 -
5 15 12 3
S.142 36 21
202 75 21
1 28 28 2
7 1363 2738 1
20 -
8 1205 674 4
3 129 97 -
6 278 80 6
141 284 -
33 82 -
15 6 -
4 76 44 1
10 776 563 88
203 10 .4
113 71 -
1 39 .2

11 53 13 1
77 90 -
386 138 10
2 3 1
1 150 25 7
1 94 11 1
36 11 -
1 41 32 1
2 114 207 1
43 9 4
145 30 -
1 61 30 2

16 -
3 132 89 3
104 6 4
6 109 39 14
112 332 -
5 98 10 6
53 12 -
9 8 -
5 114 12 -


50
3
1





48
5
1




6

1
48







15
71

66

1

4









2

2
66













71

2


1 23
140
1 46
1 19
589 3736
24
7 4
1 12
11 63
S 8
9 1315

14 285
1 36
43 75
2 70
1 14
2
9
16 217
3 26
4 39
1

59 5
B65
30 104
1
5 33
11
3
4 30
S 74
S 9
S 7
2 13

1
6 32
S 2
10
191
3 9
3

8


1

2







3




1
-











2

2

1

















1


4 57 -
- 1 -

1 2
18 2003 3

- 1 -



19 757
26 -
21 219' 11
9 12 -
6 11 1
5 51 -
3 18 -
- 2 -

27 86 63
2 7 -
4 -
12 1

4 -
1 1 -
5 6 -

- 4 6
- 1 -
- 1 1
1 1 -
2 6 -
- 1 3

1 5 -


5 10 3

- 1 -
- 11 -
6 12
4- 1
*4 -


T0T~L IN 100 CI TIES 286 23167 24861 686 429 1037 11293 4170 28 368 4860 294 2894 11


4










4








1


28 368'4860 294


TOTAL IN 100 CITIES


286 23167 24861 686


-429 1037 11293 4170


2894 11






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CITRUS UNIfOADS FROM SEPEMBE 1948 IRT JULY 1949 CONTINUEDD)
Total Bail Carlot Unloads in 10d Cities & Imports 5 Canadian Cities
(Includes Boat Converted to Carlot Equivalents)
By States of Origin


I ORANGES


GR AP E-F RU I T


MIXED CITRUS IMEIES


ArizlCalifl Fla ITex rizlCalifl Fla I Tex ArizICalif FlalTex Fla I Te


CANADA
o-ntreal, Que.* 4 1103 253 3 11 89 453 68 3 2 1 13 -
Ottawa, Ont.* 233 22 1 14 83 17 2 13 -
Toronto, Ont.* 12 1036 353 42 555 208 8 130 2 41 -
Vancouver, B, C.* 13 443 41 20 14 72 77 63 1 7 2 3 7 -
Winnipeg, Man. 341 65 10 22 55 65 4 6 5 -


*- In addition to the above, the following carlot unloads of citrus
were made during the period September, 1948 through July, 1949:


Plece of Unload
UNITED STATES
Chicago, Ill,
Cincinnati, Ohio
Detroit, Mich.
New Orleans, La.
Portland, Ore.
St. Louis, Mo,
Salt Lake City, Utah
Seattle, Wash.


Few York, N. Y.


Philadelphia
Mixed Citrus Eew York, N. Y.

CANADA
Oranges Montroal, Que.
n It


it u B
It it

Ottawa, Ont.
n "1
Toronto, Ont.


Vencouver, B, C.

Winnipeg, Man,

Grapefruit Montreal, Que.
Ottawa, Ont,
Toronto, Ont,

Vancouver, B.C.

Wilnipeg, Man,
Mixed Citrus Montroal, Que.
Toronto, Ont.
HI It


Place of Origin

Louisiana
It

ft

ft
!I
"
n
n
n


Cuba
Puerto Rico
Cuba
Puerto Rico


Central America
South America
Mexico
Italy
Spain
Brazil
Others
Mexico
Brazil
Central America
Italy
Brazil
Japan
Others
Japan
Brazil
Central America

Cuba
Central America

British W. Ind,
Central America
Italy
Italy
Spain


City


Oranges
It

It
1


Grapefruit
It


No, Cars

2
1
1
10
5
4
1
6


I ORANGES I






15 -

TRUCK RCSIPTS OF ORANGES IN 12 CITIES FOM AUGUST 1948 TRU JULY 1949
BY MDN'TS AND BY STATES OF CRICIN, APPROXIMATE CAHLOTS

State iAU. SET. dOCT. NOV. IEC JAN. r. Maf APR. I wI [JU LY


Atlant


Boston*


Chicag



Kansas



Los A~


a
Florida 8 9 138 159 308 139 135 138 103 66 35 2
California 1
Texas 1 -
Total 8 9 139 159 308 139 135 138 103 66 35 3


Florida 9 2 1 31 22 10 2 3 3 -
Total 9 2 1 31 22 10 2 3. 3 -

Florida 5 1 124 195 189 222 252 306 252 232 103 9
Texas 25 20 42 47 12 -
Total 5 1 149 215 231 269 264 306 252 232 103 9


SCity*


Florida 1 12 14 13 8 3
California 1 3 2 2 2 3
Texas 14 19 19 16 21 1 -
Total 1 3 16 19 19 17 33 15 15 10 6 #


ieles


Florida 13 -
Arizona 1 27 10 7 3 -
California 390 2C1 347 332 365 213 300 386 329 221 256 267
Texks 2 4 -
Total 3!C 2C1 347 333 392. 225 304 393 342 224 256 267


New Orleans
Florida 2 1 58 33 29 .37 60 53 44 36 20 1
California 1 -
Texas 18 6 6 1 6 -
Total 2 1 76 39 35 38 66 53 44 36 21 1
New York City


0akdax


Florida 1 6 46 39 277 163 192 146 90 35 4
Total 1 6 46 39 217 163 192 146 90 35 4
Ld, Calif.


Florida 2 -
Arizona 1 3 1 -
California 58 54 54 43 62 48 39 57 73 38 35 25
Texas 3 8 -
Total 58 54 54 44 65 51 47 57 75 39 35 25


Philadelphia
Florida
California*"
Total
St. Louis


San Fr


Washi:


1 12 37 33 79 44 65 55 39
- 1 1 1 -
1 12 37 33 79 45 66 56 39


Florida 5 8 13 11 25 25 23 14 4 2
California -
Texas 13 5 -
Total 18 13 18 17 25 25 23 14 4 2


ancisco


Florida 4 1 3 -
Arizona 3 4 1 -
California 126 117 114 96 130 127 100 123 117 63 111 122
Texas 3 -
Total 126 117 114 99 134 128 103 124 121 64 114 122


ngton. D. C.


Florida 6 26 51 80 77 76 64 54 11 16 2
iVia Baltimore 3 5 3 6 3 4 2 2 1 4 2
Total S 5 29 51 86 80 80 66 56 12 20 4


* Boston MIXEL CITRUS, by Truck, Jan., Fla. 2.
Kansas City -5e... Tex. 1; Jan., Tex. 1.
** Trucked from other markets.
4 Unavailable. -' Chicago additional truck receipts -
-State of Origin Unknown. June California, 3 cars.






16 -

TRUCK =CEIPTS OF GRAPEIBJIT IN 12 CITIES FROM AUGUST 1948 TEJ JULY 1949

BY 1UDNTS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN. APPROXIMATE CARLOTS


SAG. (SEPT. OCT. NOV. IEC. JAN. FEB. M1R, APR. MY T JUNE JULY


Atlanta
Florida
Texas


3 32 34 39 37 44 50 52 48 27
- 8 7 9 11 8 5 -
3 32 42 46 46 55 58 57 .48 27


Total


Boston
Florida
Others*


7 2

7 2
7 2


- 1 6 2 3 3 1 2 1
2 -
2 1 6 2 3 3 1 2 1


Total


Chica Florida
Texas


Kansas


City


1 62 114 25 21 15 57. 76 70 62
- 29 116 150 115 82 38 4 -
1 62 143 141 171 130 139 114 74 62


Total


23 2
23 2
23 2


Florida 2 4 10 12 3 1
Texas 1 18 28 12 12 11 9 -
Total 1 20 28 12 12 15 19 12 3 1 #


Los Angeles
lorida
Arizona
California
Texas
Total


- -. 3 4
1 4 147 160 88 61 114 113 95
83 10C 113 33 35 49 77 93 54 55
- 19 59 60 6 -
84 1CO 117 199 254 197 144 207 170 154


- -
56 1
30 49

86 50
86 50


New Orleans
Florida
Texas


Total


- 9 6 -
- 4 11
- 9- 10 11


1 4 11 8 6
7 19 20 8 5 1
8 19 24 19 13 7


3 3

3 3
3 3


irk City
Florida 12 11 8 7 67 37 46 12 16 5 -
Total 12 11 8 7 67 37 46 12 16 5 -


Oakland, Calif.
Florida
Arizona
California
Texas
Total
Philadelphia
Florida
California**
Texas* .
Others (Cuba)**


Total


- 2 -
3 4 4 1 2 2 2
7 9 10 7 8 12 14 12 9 6
- 1 5 17 3 -
7 9 10 11 17 33 18 14 13 8


- 7 7 8 22 10 14 8 9
-- --


- -
3 2
3 2


7 8 22 1 14 8 9
7 7 8 22 11 14 8 9


St. Louis
Florida
Texas


Total
San Francisco
Florida
Arizona
California
Texas


S 2
1


1 2 3


4 18 10 2
S 5 13 7 4 1 -
4 5 13 11 22 11 2


- 1 1
- 5 12 4 1 4 1 1
30 23 17 19 17 25 23 33 23 22
- 1 14 15 20 4 -


16 19
-


Total 30 23 18 38 44 49 28 37 25 24 16 19
Wv.shington, D. C.
Florida 1 8 15 18 25 18 15 27 18 5 1 -
9Via Baltimore 2 2 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 -
Via New York 1 -
Total 1 8 17 20 26 19 16 28 23 6 2 -
S- Origin, Isle of Pines (vie New York City.)
** Via Now York City, or trucked from other markets.
S- Unavailable.
State of Orig-in unknown,


State


- -
1
- 8
1 8
18


8 1
- 1


8 2


I I


- -


.


---






- 17 -


TIUCK RECEIPTS OF TAIGERINES IM 12 CITIES FROM AUGUST 1948 THU. JULY 1949.

BY PMNIWS ATD BY STATES OF ORIGIN, .APPROXINTE CAILOTS


State


I AUJC-..SEFTj OCT.j N ov1~ IJZC.I i JB '~. W I AP. MAY i JUIIJULY


Florida 6 30 56 20 3 -
Total 6 30 56 20 3 -

Florida 5 9 9 5 2 3 1 -
Total 5 9 9 5 2 3 1


Chicago
Florida
Texas
Total


Kansas City
Florida
Texas
Total


Los Angeles
Arizona
California
Texas
Total


New Orleans
Florida
Louisiana


Total -
New York City


1 13 115 49 6 12 5 3
1 1 1 -
- 1 14 116 50 6 12 5 3


2 2 -
- 2 -
2 2 -


. 17 52 15 3 3 2 1
- 6 12 -
- 17 60 27 3 3 2 1


1 6 -

1 6 -


Florida 34 38 35 5 11 10 4 1
Total 34 38 35 5 11 10 4 1
Id, Calif,
California 1 6 2 -
Total 1 6 2 -
lelphia
Florida 20 20 19 2 1 -
Total 20 20 19 2 1 -


St, Louis


Florida 8 5 5 -
Total 8 5 5 1 -


Son Francisco
California
Total
Washington, D. C.
Florida
#Via Baltimore


- 2 18 2 .
- 2 18 2


- 17 24 14 -
- 3 3 -


1 -. -
1 -


1 -. -


Total


- 20 24 17 -


1 - -


r State of Origin Unknown
# Unavailable.


Atlanta


Boston


Oaklan


Philad


~Cp~






18 -

DISTRIBUTION OF FIORIDA CITRUS (RAIL) 1948-49 SEASON


Desti-RGS. IGFT. T S.I
nations cGS GCRT TANGS IsXED
Cars Cers Cars Cars


Desti- ORGS. GFRT. EAIGS. MIXED

Cars Cars Cars Cars


--be'rtville
inniston
*Birmingham
Cullmnan
Decatur
Dothan
Eufaula
Fayette
Florence
Gadsden
Huntsville
*Ibbile
*Montgomery
Selma
Sylacauga
Troy
Tuscaloosa
York
Total
ARKaTSAS
Helena
*Little Rock
Total

CALIFORNIA
*Los Angeles
*Oakland
*San Francisco
Total


- -
-- -
40




- -


- --~


4
3
7
3
3
1
5
1


3
4
7


30
12
13


COLORADO
Colorado Springs 3
*Denver 88
Grand Jet.
Pueblo 12
Total 103
CONNECTICUT
*Bridgeport 155
Cedar Hill 42
East Hartford 184
*Hartford 234
*New Haven 187
New London 2
Norwalk 2
Norwich 15
South Norwalk 1
Terryville 2
Torrington 1
Waterbury 15
Waterford 1
Total 851
ELAWARE
Milford 9
Total 9
DIST. OF COLUMBIA
*Washington 332
Total 33


1
3

1
2
4

2

1


2
--


- 6
-


17
4
5
26


1
65

4
-70-


51

11
86
46


1


- 95


4



14


1
20
22




-57
--5


2
1




3
15
2
8


1



5
1

5
1
3

8
1
--E-


2
2 -

191 3 11
17r1 -7 -T


FLCRIDA
*Jacksonville
Total
GEORGIA
Albany
Americus
Athens
Augusta
*Atlanta
Columbus
Cordole
Griffin
La Grange
Lawrenceville
Macon
Milledgeville
Oakland
Rossville
Swainsboro
Thalmann
Tnomasville
Vidalia
Wadley
Warrenton
Waycross
Total
IDAHO
--Bse
Idaho Falls
Lewiston~
Pocatello
Twin Falls
Total
ILLINOIS
Carbondale
Champaign
*Chicago
Danville
Decatur
Dixon
#East St. Louis
Freeport
Granite City
Great Lakes
Kankakec
Moline
Mt. Carmel
Ottawa
*Pooria
Quincy
Rockford
Springfield
Waukeegan
Total
INDIANA
Anderson
*Evansville
*Ft. Wayno


- 1 -


3
1
1
12
196
59

1
2

4
1

1


2
1





2
1
3




37
1
1,031
2
6
1
12
1
1







4
1
1
1

26

2
Il t


78
1




1

1








-81


3
-











1
3
1



10

579
1
6

9

1
5



1
8

3


3
















3
-
-
w
-

-
-

w
-
-
3


3
-
3
9
25
6
1







2

4
1


64

7
3




1

1
1

90
1
1

2






1

4

2
1




21


165
1
1


-


1 -
12 2
42 24






19 -

DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS (RAIL) 1948-49 SEASON
(Continued)


DSti. o0GS. GIERT. I TAGS. M IXED
tiCars Cars Cars Cars
Cars Cars Cars Cars


INDIANA (Cont'd.)
Gary
*Indianapolis 28
La Fayette 3
Logansport 1
Marion
Richmod -
*South Bend 11
*Terre Hante
Total 9T
IOWA
='es 2
Burlington 1
Cedar Falls
Cedar Rapids 7
Creston -
*Davenport-# 11
*Des Moines 19
Ft. Dodge 2
Iowa Falls 1
Mason City 1
*Sioux City 25
Sioux Falls 1
Waterloo 3
West Burlington -
Total


KANSAS
Coffeyville
Emporia
Hutchinson
Liberal
Liberty
Manhattan
Pittbburg
Salina
*Topeka
*Wichita
Total
KENTUCKY
Bowling Green
Camabellsville
Corbin
Danville
Elkhorn City
Fulton
Glasgow
Harlan
Hazard
Henderson
Hopkinsville
Latonia
*Loxington
*Louisville
Madisonville
Murray
Owensboro
Paducah
Paris


2
1

1

2
8
10
- -2


2 1 1
14 3 2


1 -
3
3 1
1
-6 -s -ni


4

3
1
12
17
3

6
33

4
1
---



2


4

2
9
17


1
1
1


1
1

4





2
1
1
3
1


1

-15


4
1
2 -
1
1

3
4
3
3
1 -

JS 2
32 40
1
2
2
4
1


Desti OR&S. I GRT T. f GS. MXED
nations I
Cars Cars Cars Cars
KEINTUCKY (Cont'd.)
Pikeville 1 -
Total T


LOUISIANA
Baton Rouge
Lafayette
*New Orleans
Shreveport
Total
MAINE
Bangor'
Deering Jct.
Ellsworth
Lewiston
*Portland
Rumford
Total
MBYLAND
*Baltimore
Total
MASSACHUSETTS
Abington
*Boston##
Charlestown
Fitchburg
Greenfield
Lawrence
Lynn
New Bedford
No. Abington
Pittsfield
Springfield
*Worcester
Totcl


1
4
165



11
21

2
97
1
132


19
1
-20


1
1

36

--3f


2



5
4
4
5
12
-35"


732 393 77 234
-73" -"" 77 213


2,49



1



20

577


MICHIGAN
Battle Croak
*Detroit 1,11
*Flint
*Grand Rapids 16
Ishpeming
Kalamazoo
Lansing
Pontiac
Saginaw
Sault Ste. Marie
Total I 7S
MINNESOTA
Albert Lea
Alexendria
Brainerd
*Duluth
Hopkins
Mankato
Marshall
*Minneapolis 1
Moorhoad


1 -
5 1,022
3
4
1
.5
1
1
1

}7 74
8
!7 1,096'

3 1
.0 537
1 3
37 100
4 6
2
- i

2 1




1 1
1 -
31 28
1 -
6 8
1 1
39 116
- i1


222




1
-




5

228


231

5



1


237




1



20
5



i

-


1
459

7
1
10


29
2
6
4


6
150
2
14
1




2
-75








27
-


c






-20 -

DISTRIBUTION OF FLOIDA CITUiS (uAIL) 1948-4 SEASON
(Continued)


sesti- OS. GFRT. TANGS.MIX


Cars
MINESSOTA (Cont' d.)
Rochester
St. Cloud 2
*St. Paul 10
Thief River Falls 1
Wilmont
Winona 3
Total -T


MISSISSIPPI
Brookhaven
Canton
Corinth
Drew
Greenville
Gulfport
Jackson
Laurel
Louisville
McConmb
Meridian
New Albany
Newton
Ripley
Sherman
Starkville
Tupelo
Vicksburg
West Point
Total
MISSOURI
Joplin
*Kansas City
Monett
St. Joseph
*St. Louis
*Springfield
STotal
MDNTANA
Bill ngs
*Butte
Great Falls
Havre
Total
NEBRAKA
Grand island
Hastings
*Lincoln
McIook
*0maha
Total
NEW HBAIPSHIRE
"Blackmount
Claremont
Laconia
Rochester
Total


3
2
2
1
7
1

3
2
1
1
1

10
1
1
1i.

4
1


12










8 R
132
3
35
563
9

71
1
21
1


--2

1
12

75
82


5
5
1

11


Cars Cars


1


Cars

5
3
7
2

2
53







1
4


NEW JERSEY
Belleville
Zost Rutherford
Elizabeth
SHawthorne
Morristown
*Newark##
New Brunswick
North Hawthorne
North Paterson
Paterson
Rutherford
Trenton
Vineland
Total
FA MEXI.CO
Albuquerque
Total


1
5
26
1
1
3
"IS























1
79
1
5
79









217
9


2
11
2
--i













7

13

63
7-9


n s I OMs. GRT.( TANGS. MIXED
nationsCars Cars Cars Cars
Cars Cars Cars Cars


12
1

1
477

59


36

1
~5S7


1
1

1

140

29
1

8


-r


-
2



4 1
S 3
1 9




--5- --23
3
5


2 1 -
----2 r .


220 99
1 1
10 2
6
255 163
3
2
1
13 13

3
1 -
1 -
23 16
6 1
69 48
5

7,341 3,736
2
1

1
44 9

30 10
16 3
30 7
1
1
17 6

8lm- 47I16


16



60







-
4




960




14

2
2


1


1,059


-NORE CAROLINA
- 2 Anoskie
- Asheville
- 2 Camp Butner
4 *Charlotte
Chorryville


26
-
3
-
50









2

1
I





2,003
1
.6
1
6

1
1
1







2
13
13
-3


ESW YORK'
S *Albany
.. Berrytown
.- Binghaiton
S Bronx
*Buffalo
SElmira
1 'Fairport
SFallsburgh
S-- Garden City
Jamestown
Kingston
Liberty
L7 12 oelrose Jet.
- Mcnands
.- Niddletown
37- 86 Mineola
2 1 i:ewburgh
S 99 New Hyde Park
"*Nw York##
SNiPgara Falls
Sorwich
2 Pelham Station
4
6 Poughkecpsie
e *Rochester
Saranac Lake
Schenectady
Scotia
1 *Syracuse
2 Ulster Park
S 2 Utica
1 Waterford
T -5 Watertown..
Total






21--

DIS~IBEUTION OF FiORIDA CITRUS (RAIL) 1948-49 SEASON
(Continued)


NORTI CAROLINA (C
Concord
Durham
Enfield
Fayetteville
Gastonia
Goldsboro
*Greensboro
Greenville
Taiamlet
Hendersonvill
Hickory
Kingston
Laurinburg
Lincolnton
Lumberton
Monroe
YMoresville
Mt. Airy
IMarphy
New Bern
No. Wilkosboro
Raleigh
Rocky IMount
Salisbury
Sanford
Shelby
Spencer
Walnut Cove
Weldon
Wilmington
Wilkin
Winston-S-alem
Total
NORTE DAKOTA
Bismarck
Devils Lake
Fargo
Grond Forks
Minot
Total
OHIO
VYIron
Anna
Barnesville
Bellefontaino
Canton
*Cincinnati
*Cleveland
*Columbus
*Dayton
Delaware
Lime
Nnsfield
Now Vienna
Springfield
*Toledo
Warren
*Youngstown
Zancsville
Total


nations ORGS I GFRT. TAGS. I %=ED


Cers Cars Cars


Cers
;ont' d.)

13
8
1
2
1
4
4
3
1
2

1

1
1

3
1


2
1

3

2
1

11
14



3

1









1

14
2

1

14
32

















1
1




89
14



12
1


89
1
12
1
l,7b


5




17
1
3






2


1


70


4

4



12



2

1

4
AZ












1
1

7
5
219
310
48





3
32

8


-i





3
















2



1

1
-i
li
I
-
I

-i
-
I
-
.
-
-
.
1


nestion I OGS. GFRT I TANGS. MIXED
Cars Cars Cars Cars


1
3
2
3


22



3
1

1


1




1
4
2
5


1
2
20
1
3
-94

2
1
7
4
3




1


180
115


1
1
3

2
10
12

1
--m


SOUCI CAROLINA
Anderson
COmden
*Chvrleston
Chernw
Chester
*Columbi a
#Florence
Greenville
Greenwood
Kingstree
McColl
i.rrion
Mullins
Ornngeburg
Snartonburg


36
1
39
-7n


12

10
-27


OKLAHOMA
Oklahoma City
Shawnee
*Tulsa
Total
OREGON
Astoria
Bond
East Portland
Eugene
Klamath
Medford
*Portlend
Salem
Total
PENNSYLVANIA
Allentown
*Altoona
Denver
Harrisburg
Hazleton
Johnstown
Kane
Lancaster
Lcbanon
Milton
No. Wilkes-Barre
Norristown
*Philadolphia 2
*Pittsburgh
Plymouth
Roe.ding
*Scranton
Sunbury
Uniontown
*Wilkes-B.:rre
Williamsburg
York
Total
EO0DE ISLAND
01neyvillo
Pawtucket
*Providence
Total


38
47
284
"369


6
6
70
--I8f


1

1
3 5


80 75
1



19 1
1 -
8 -
6
4 1


1 -
2
1
2
,738 1,315
674 285
1

90 65
6 3
6
12 3
1
2 -
.57M 1,773


2
1
10
1
1
29
7
58
6-
1
5
1
1
7
17


12

12
-i



4

1
1
1


1


33-
235


10

3
1

-59


1
1
26
--8


1
2
76
162
12





1
2
1

926


1
-r



2
1

2
1
4
11
2

1




-5
1
2


10
1


12
757
219

21
1







7
8
51







15

4
-55


















5




9
3






- 22 -


DISMI1UTTION OF H ORIDA CITRUS (RAIL) 1948-49 SEASON
(Continued)


Desti- I05s G-T. T2GS. I D
nations I
Crs Ccrs Cars CArs


SOUTH CAROLINA
Sumtcr
Timr onsville
Total
SOU7T DZIOTA
Aberdeen
litcholl
appid City
Sioux Falls
Total
TEH7EESSEE
Brndford
Bristol
Brownsville
*Chattmnooga
Cliarksvillo
Cookevillo
Dickson
Dyorsburg
Elizabethton
Fayetteville
Gallatin
Jackson
Johnson City
Kingsport
*Knoxville
Lebanon
MicKenzio
Maldryville
*Memphis
''orristown
Murfrecsboro
ashvi lle
Pulaski
Rogersvillo
Sholbyvillo
Total
TEXAS
T ilene
*Anerillo
*Dallas
*El Peso
*Ft. Worth
*Houston
Lubbock
Texarkana
Total
UTIZ
Ogdon
Provo
,Salt Lako Ci
Total


'O ,NT
B=url>on
St. Joinsbury
Total
VIRGLNIA
Alberta
Bristol
Drnville


(Cont'd.)
3
1 -
11 -T7


4
-

11



4
19
37
19
1
1

1

,-


86
11
3
1
255
37
1
339,
3 .







25

21

1


1

ty 71


3
1

I-





2









7



11
11

23
-



















1
29
1

1
-2
-


1
29



11
-


12


14
-5-














14









3
-4


1
--39


3
1
3
1


1
7

18
4



1


1
5
2
4
9
4


13
8
57

1



1

2


-i



5
1

-i


3
1
4


- 1 1

2 1


Desti- I OS. I GFRT. ITA MS.
nations


Cars
VIZ7IIA (Cont'd.)
Lynchourg 5
Newport News 6
*Norfolk 105
Norton
Penniman 153
Pennington 1
Petersburg 2
Pulaski 1
*Riclhmond 82
"'Roanoke 6
Timbervillc 2
Will iimsburg -
TotFJ 3.


WASHINGTON
Bellinwheaj
Centradlia,
Ft. Lowis
Croville
Pullman
*Seattle
Spokane
*Tacoma
Walle. Walla
Total
WEST VIRGINIA
Bluefield
Chaerlston
Clarksburg
Fe irmont
*IHuntington
Logran
~'abscott
'ullons
Page
Parkersburg
Roncoverto
Wheeling
Total
WISCONSIVi
Antigo
Appleton

Eru Clriro
Fond du Lec
Green Bay
La Cross
*1edison
Manitowoc
*Milwnukec
Oshkosh
.Racine
Rhinolandcr
Stevens Point
Wausau.
Total

WYOMING
Chcyenne
Total


2

1

138
32
30
3


25
74
2
9
59

3
1

4

8
185


3
1

5
9

66
1
261
1
2
1

1
i5


Cars

3

24

139
4



2
g
3

18



1
104
30
13


















10
4
29
-?











10

2
6

34
1
109
1
3

3
4
T73'


Cars Cars


2








14

14
3
1
--1












3
2




















13
-I


2


5
2

9
1
18
2

2


1



1
2
5
1


5
1
1

1






1
1
3



1
1

5



1
1
1
1



6

43


--0


1 4 5
--T --- -


. .






- 23 -


DISTRIBUTION OF ORIDA CITRUS (BAIL) 1948-49 SEASON
(Continued)


Desti ORGS. GIRT. TAGS.

Cars Cars Cars


ALBERTA

Edmonton
Lethbridge
Medicine Hat
Red Deer
Total
BRITISH COLUMIIA
Crenbroolc
Nelson
Penticton
St. Johns
Trail
*Vancouver
Victoria
STotal
MANITOBA
Brandon
Victor
*Winnipeg
Total
NEW BRUNSWICK
Fredericton
Moncton
St. Johns
South Devon
Total
NOVA SCOTIA
Halifax
Sydney
TotEal
ONTARIO
Ba-leville
Brantford
Brockville
Chatham
Collingwood
Cornwall
Fort William
Hamilton
Kingston
Kitchener
London
Mimico
Niagara Falls
North Bay
Orillia


14 25
14 27
1 1


1 -53



2

1
41 77
2 5--
NT


1
1
65




4
1
--7

17




2
12

1


2
4
1
6
2
1
2


7
5
3
1
1



1



7



1
1
5
--7


4
4
7


MIXED


Cars C
CANADA
ONTARO (Cont'd.
Ottawa
2 Owen Sound
7 Peterboro
St. Thomas
Sarnia
-- Sault Ste. Marie
Smithfield
Stratford
Sudbury
Timmons
5 *Toronto
1 West Toronto
1 Windsor
7 Total
IS PRINCE EDTW;RD ISLAND


6


3

10


S 9
--. "


Alberton
Fredericton
Perth
Prince Albert
Total


QUEBEC
Lachute
YMntanier
*Montreal
Noranda
Quebec
St. Johns
Sherbrooke
Total
SASKATCEWAN
Assiniboia
Estevan
Moose Jaw
Regina
Saskatoon
Swift Current
Weyburn
Willmar
Yorkton
Total

TOTAL CAK.MA


GR4ND TOTAL -
1948-49 SEASON


ars Cars Cars Cars


353

3
vD


83

3
1
1



--
2


555

16
~50l


1
1
253 463

4 40
2 3
2 9
-26 -506


2 -
1 1
7 13
10 16

1
1
2 2

862 1,5-
862 1,567


13
1


1
3
2
3
2
41 130
1
3


2 -

1
1 1













21 2
5
13 2
5
1
1



1
2 2
2 3
7 13
2 4
1 1


2 3
-i13 3-8-
113 338


27,691 13,540 3,050 5,942


* Actual unloads during months of September, 1948 through July, 1949, inclusive. Cities
for wlicn unloads are not available are besed on passing and diversions for the period
the Lakeland office is in operation,
J Davenport, Iowa includes Moline, Ill. and Rock Island, Ill
Boston, Mhss, includes Somerville, fMss.
Newark, 1. J. includes Weverly, N. J.
Now York, N. Y. includes Brooklyn, Harlem River, Hoboken, & Maspeth, N. Y. and Jersey
City, N. J.
Diversion Points,


nations i ORGS. GFRT. ITANS. I MXED





- 24-


BECAPITULATION OF RAIL DISTRIdUTION, FLORIDA ORANGES
BY STATES PAST 7 SEASONS

State 1948-49 1 947.48 1946-47 I 1945-46 I 1944-45 i 1943-44 1 1942-43
State jIRail OnlylEail Only Rail-Boat Rail OnlylRail OnlylBail OnlylRail Only
Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars

Alabama 228 569 922 876 946 1,098 969
Arkansas 7 9 129 87 91 150 69
California 55 3 -
Colorado 103 9 7 27 2 9 59
Connecticut 851 757 1,081 706 671 755 620
Delaware 9 39 18 45 22 41 35
Dist. of Columbia 332 552 937 742 877 1,034 800
Florida 4 34 178 33 30 100
Georgia 287* 607* 996* 1,030* 1,168* 1,222* 918*
Idaho 6 1 1
Illinois 1,126 1,437 2,416 1,986 1,890 2,717 2,382
Indiana 98 306 675 530 627 959 706
Iowa 73 67 108 97 54 101 173
Kansas 22 11 36 44 16 31 48
Kentucky 200 453 688 706 656 850 687
Louisiana 170 334 457 411 339 851 622
Mlaine 132 133 137 126 120 151 98
Maryland 732 1,174 1,851 1,499 1,559 2,210 1,616
Massachusetts 2,737 2,603 3,069 2,411 2,465 3,298 2,973
Michigan 1,289 1,160 1,727 1,280 1,201 1,821 1,644
Minnesota 176 53 183 116 81 212 298
Mississippi 39 110 397 442 465 669 491
Missouri 710 561 665 500 495 743 765
Montana 24 1 2 3 2 19
Nebraska 88 44 46 48 15 50 87
New Hampshire 11 15 10 8 10 18 5
New Jersey 587 944 1,287 1,555 1,345 1,213 746
New Mexico 2 -
New York 8,101 10,034 12,995 8,772 9,474 11,769 10,057
North Carolina 490 869 1,217 1,344 1,251 1,504 1,101
North Dakota 1 5 5 4 2 7 17
Ohio 1,755 2,392 3,470 2,609 2,573 3,974 3,453
Oklahoma 76 17 42 59 7 70 73
Oregon 83 1 7 39 2 10 47
Pennsylvania 3,574 .4,747 5,723 4,688 5,182 7,054 5,196
Rhode Island 369 434 468 369 412 494 337
South Carolina 151 428 767 632 1,218 810 567
South Dakota 15 '1 3 1 1 9 21
Tennessee 833 1,209 1,683 1,365 1,220 1,572 1,639
Texas 103 30 89 127 16 350 446
Utah 72 10 8 14 -7 19
Vermont 4 7 49 24 21 17 35
Virginia 365 689 932# 676+# 1,095# 899# 630,#
Washington 206 7 12 57 6 37 95
West Virginia 185 252 397 368 347 434 210
Wisconsin 351 293 293 266 246 343 333
Wyoming 1 1 1 5 1 5
CANADA 862 375 671 598 820 1,166 1,721



TOTAL 27,691 33,783 46,710 37,474 39,041 50,762 42,933

Does not include Se.vnnah.
Petersburg not included.
Petersburg and Richwond not included,





- 25 -


RECAPITUIATION OF RAIL DISTRIBUTION, FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT
BY STATES PAST 7 SEASONS


S1948-49 i 1947-48 I 1946-47 i 1945-46 1944-45 1943-44 1942-43
State aiaiOnlyBaeil OnlylRail-Boat Rail OnlylReil OnlylRail Only Rail Only
Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars

Alabama 40 97 104 77 80 138 137
Arkansas 3 6 1 9 2.
California 26 -
Colorado 70 5 13 3 3 17 3
Connecticut 195 169 205 94 82 150 171
Delaware 2 2 1
Dist. of Columbia 191 245 350 286 261 331 317
Florida 1 31 129 2 3 7
Georgia 81* 167* 218* 184* 182* 226* 212*
Idaho 8 2 3 4 -
Illinois 623 283 326 253 140 599 357
Indiana 46 67 51 40 53 138 113
Iowa 84 5 35 19 16 60 50.
Kansas 17 4 6 4 8 7 11
Kentucky 42 64 70 70 41 122 154
Louisiana 20 3 30 31 13 51 60
Maine 38 25 15 13 13 29 35
Maryland 393 588 607 449 336 490 425
Massachusetts 1,096 957 928 671 588 819 830
Michigan 649 340 368 248 204 468 513
Minnesota 192 44 56 30 32 99 44
Mississippi 1 1 4 10 57 45
Missouri 312 82 69 52 54 169 71
Montana 15 6 6 10 2 28 7
Nebraska 79 23 25 6 6 26 31
New Hampshire 2 -
New Jersey 181 268 318 385 315 388 321
New Mexico 1 -
New York 4,116 4,822 6,053 4,342 3,167 4,104 4,275
North Carolina 239 263 201 199 183 271 320
North Dakota 4 2 3 2 2 5
Ohio 634 377 466 288 217 909 898
Oklahoma 22 5 18 7 3 16 3
Oregon 83 23 18 40 21 49 12
Pennsylvania 1,673 1,764 1,603 1,293 1,110 1,669 1,581
Rhode Island 82 121 80 68 52 67 61
South Carolina 17 29 62 47 56 79 101
South Dakota 15 1 4 3 3 3
Tennessee 54 109 116 87 72 177 165
Texas 32 6 20 2 2 10 10
Utah 41 18 14 20 3 21 7
Vermont 4 3 1 2 6
Virginia 189 319 246# l71n 157## 242## 209##
Washington 149 50 35 39 25 50 14
West Virginia 44 15 29 31 22 43 20
Wisconsin 173 55 53 63 34 115 30
Wyoming 4 3 2 -
CANTDA 1,567 360 479 456 286 669 386



TOTAL 13,540 11,783 13,346 10,223 7,857 12,930 12,023

Does not inclilde SavE nnh.
Petersburg not included
-Petersburg and Richmond not included.






- 26 -


RECAPITOLATION OF RAIL DISTRIBUTION, FLORIDA TANGERINES
BY STATES PAST 7 SEASONS


I 1948-49 I 1947-48 | 1946-47 | 1945-46 I 1944-45 1 1943-44 I 1942-43
State IRail OnlylRail OnlylRail-BoatlRail OnlyJRail Only Rail OnlylRail Only
Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars

Alabama 3 6 23 53 20 16
Arkansas 2 2 1 22
California 1 -
Colorado 4 6 8 12 21 10 15
Connecticut 57 39 96 86 65 78 66
Delaware 1 2 1
Dist, of Columbia 3 10 22 42 59 46 36
Florida -15
Georgia 3* 5* 29* 22* 39* 42* 101*
Illinois. 167 181 200 200 300 315 351
Indiana 5 13 22 30 87 122 82
Iowa 5 1 10 24 8 13
Kansas 1 3 9 18 18 20
Kentucky 3 16 17 23 37 43 51
Louisiana 1 1 28 11 13 58
Maine 4 1 1 9 3 3
Maryland 77 91 117 129 117 128 139
Massachusetts 228 233 243 183 209 191 241
Michigan 237 200 211 154 234 263 318
Minnesota 22 21 24 21 44 50 44
Mississippi 1 2 1 2 18
Missouri 86 81 46 73 118 98 138
Montana 2 1 -
Nebraska 1 2 6 8 11 1 6
New Jersey 5 15 25 85 74 59 62
New York 1,059 905 1,190 870 801 805 1,191
North Carolina 9 20 18 50 63 53 59
North Dakota 1 1
Ohio 266 286 301 365 451 429 729
Oklahoma 2 4 8 15 14 36
Oregon 12 5 4 11 19 10 6
Pennsylvania 591 653 628 605 713 587 751
Rhode Island 28 24 36 36 43 39 35
South Carolina 2 9 13 18 18 24 56
Tennessee 26 40 50 71 89 73 89
Texas 1 1 4 15 19 28 36
Utah 3 2 1 -
Vermont 1
Virginia 3 9 12 13#i 31 19## 34##
Washington 19 10 5 10 24 7 6
West Virginia 5 9 8 17 25 15 38
Wisconsin 13 16 5 12 54 44 42
Wyoming 1 1 1 1
CANADA 113 51 127 187 265 219 156


TOTAL 3,050 2,970 3,484 3,433 4,165 3,882 5,083
* Does not include Savannah
. Petersburg not included.
S- Petersburg -nd Richmond not included,


Government Purchrses included above as follows 1942-43 season -


741 cars,






27 -

RECAPI TLATION OF RAIL DISTRIBUTION, ORIDA MIXED CITHUS
BY STATES PAST 7 SEASONS


1948-49 1947-48 1946-47 1945-46 1 1944-45 I 1943-44 1942-43
SRail OnlI Rail Only Rail-BoatI ail Only Rail OnlvyRail OnlylRail Only


Cars


Cars


Cars


Cars


Cars


Cars


Cars


Alabama
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Dist. of Columbia,
Florida
Georgia
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montena
Nebraska
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
CANAfDA


11
113
28
9
15
17
2
30
234
519
175
53
6
99
15
5
4
23
2,128
94
17
326
1
22
1,052
66
39
8
135
3
6

47
16
48
60
5
338


84
20
3
1
38
11
7
220
386
93
6
19
13
1
1 .
8
36
1,708
241
1
196


862
7
,150

130


7
84

61
32

31


293
13

2
52
1
49
14
303*

252
7C
9
1
116
32
22
213
405
239
14
62
53

5
3
57
1,703
443

471
2
2
768
35
344
1
443
2
1
16
313#
1
162
57


504
14

1
147
5
149
26
507*
1
331
140
6
1
230
57
25
414
634
232
44
78
73
2
7
11
182
2,903
649
1
506
6
5
1,225
85
563
1
628
4
1
19
412##
6
249
82


66 144


TOTAL 5,942 4,756 7,110 11,310 10,451 12,108 12,083

* Does not include Sevvnnah
# Petersburg not included.
Petersburg and Richmond not included.


State


477
9

2
125
6
152
37
524*

296
142
15
12
179
42
34
372
457
232
28
97
83

7
17
174
2,519
696
1
491

3
1,172
102
524
2
520
2

13
4380
3
226
40

180


629
29

5
108
4
176
57
678*

341
274
23
18
198
102
23
455
520
282
44
157
133

13
13
142
2,441
775

771
19
3
1,180
71
551
1
787
28
3
15
4960-
3
250
67
4
219


581
27

3
76
6
132
24
544*
1
397
140
29
11
173
76
12
473
664
337
23
155
95
1
13
3
113
2,821
583
2
939
15
4
1,521
69
361
11
728
19
7
15
321#
8
236
45

269


r






28 -

INTERSTATE TRUCK DISTRIBUTION, FLORIDA CITRUS, 1948-49 SEASON
(Made available thru the-courtesy of the Stete departmentt of Agriculture, Winter Haven, Fla)
Oct. 15, 1948 to May 31, 1949, Inclusive
Akwroximate cars. on basis 500 boxes per car


besti-. Oran- 6I rape- Tenger-
nations ges fruit ines


ALABAMTA
-dalusia
Anniston
Birmingham
Cullman
Dothan
Gadsden
Headland
Ibbile
Montgomery
Sylacauga
Talladega
Tuscaloosa
Others
Total

ARKANSAS
Blytheville
Little Rock
Others
Total

CALIFORNIA
Los Angeles
Oakland
San Francisco
Total

COLORADO
Denver
Others
Total

COENECTICUT
New Haven
Wallingford
Others
Total

IEAWARE
Wilmington
Others
Total


Cars

9
19
582
46
54
16
10
213
136
2
19
17
283



12
207
94
313


I
13
1
2
16


25
16


16

38
---54'


12
25
37


DIST. OF COLUsIA
Washington 673
Total 67


GEORGIA
Albany
Ashburn
Athens
Atlanta
Augusta
Brunswick
Columbus
Cordele
Dawson
Douglas
Dublin
Eastman


Cars


Cars

1
7
84
5
4
1
1
30
22
1
1

1


1

22



3
1
4


17
7



2
-










1
8
9


2
1


6

2



1
2
J


242 66
E -66


38
1
7
1,180
79
37
63
20
11
14
13
15


besti- Oran- I Grape- I Tanger-
nations ges fruit ines
Cars Cars Cars


1
45
3
2

1
7
7

1

13

-8-

6
3
9


GEORGIA (Cont'd.)
Griffin 6
Macon 97
Moultrie 14
Savannah 161
Statesboro 17
Thomaston 14
Thomasville 116
Valdosta 53
Vidalia' 34
Wadley 22
Waycross 33
Others 218
Total 225

ILLINOIS
Bloomington 15
Centralia 1
Chicago 1,595
Decatur 60
Peoria 35
Springfield 8
Vandalia 7
Others 112
Total 1l83

INDIANA
Anderson 10
Evansville 97
Fort Wayne 35
Indianapolis 466
South Bend 21
Torre Haute 110
Vincennes 46
Others 184
Total 9- 6

IOWA
urlington 24
Des Moines 38
Others 75
Total -17

KANSAS
=nnttan 2
Wichita 22
Others 44
Total --

KENTUCKY
Bowling Green 9
Lexington 23
Louisville 387
Paducah 6
Sebree, 1
Others 100
Total 526

LOUISIANA
Baton Rouge 64
New Orleans 298


18
2
34
2

33
9
6
2
6
36
M57


4

360
16
21
5
3
39
2-4


2
21
9
105
7
48
11
38
5241


8
14
45
67


4
13
25



1
6
103
1

13
-R5


7
1
15
2

5
5
3
1
3






4
2

1
5
-239


10
6
40
3
20
3
14



1
4
3
8
--- -


2
3


-

34

6
6
---





29 -

INTSESTATE TRUCK DISTRIBUTION, FIORIDA CITBUS, 1948-49 SEASON
(Continucd)
oxifnmnate fcars on basis 500 boxes npr car


Desti- Oran-
nations ges
Cars


LOUISL~ A (Cont'd.)
Shreveport
Sunset
Others
Total


MAINE
-Htland
Others
Total

MIRYLAND
Baltimore
Cumberland
Hagerstown
Pocomoke City
Salisbury
Others
Total
MASSAC2USETTS
Boston
Others
Total
MICBIGAN
Benton Harbor
Detroit
Grand Rapids
Kalamazoo
Lansing
St, Joseph
Others
Total
MINNESOTA
1Ianneapolis
Others
Total
MISSISSIPPI
Aberdeon
Hattiesburg
Jackson
Meridian
Tupelo
Others
Total
MISSOURI
MCpe Girardeau
Carthago
St. Louis
Others
Total
NEBBASKA
Omaha
Others
Total
NEW HAIPSHIRE
Kcene
Others
Total


59
1
85
="C7


38
2



616
3
41-
20
29
71


78
76
42
118

18
194
115
42
16
1
124


93
51


11
44
113
52
79
200
499

11
3
122
134
--975-

28
35


2
1


STanger-
ines
Cars


Grape-
fruit
Cars

2

7
-4

14



211
1
14
3
4
32


14
6
-20

4
66
50
17
4
a.
36


24
12
--36"




4
3
2



1
6
24
52
--53-

23
42
65


Dosti- [ Oran- I Graye- Tanger-
nations gos fruit J ines
Cars Cars Cars


1

1







80

4
1
2
6
--3


23
5
28

2
11
15
7
2
11
---49


5
1
6



4
2
2
4
12



13
5


7


NEW JERM
Atlentic City
Hampton
Newark
Trenton
Others
Total
NEW MEICO
Albuquerque
Others
Total
NEW YORK
Albany
Buffalo
Elmira
New York City
Rochester
Syracuse
Trumansburg
Watertown
Others
Total
NORTH CAROLINA
Ashcville
Burlington
Charlotte
Durham
Foyetteville
Gastonia
Goldsboro
Greensboro
Henderson
Hendersonville
Hickory
High Point
Kinston
Lumberton
Mbrganton
Raleigh
Rockingham
Rocky Mt,.
Salisbury
Statesville
Taylorsville
Thomasville
Wilmington
Wilson
Winston-Salem
Others
Total
NORTH DAKOTA
Fargo
Grand Forks
Total

OHIO
ron
Cincinnati
Cleveland


2
2
52
4
287
--347

4
2


93
297
45
727
133
242
8
18
310
1,873

104
28
126
38
20
50
61
40
2
72
26
51
27
5
6
236
23
33
20
12
8
17
25
23
165
227
1,45

1
1
-7


30
204
205


1
8
1
57


1



16
87
11
230
29
69
5
7
97
b16

37
7
36
14
2
13
14
16

13
6
19
2
2
1
48
1
8
5
3
2
4
5
1
48



1
1
----7


-
-
10

19
-29






17
22
3
13S
11
15
1
1
16
---22Z


10
4
19
4
2
8
6
5
1
7
4
5
2
1
1
43
4
1
3
2
1
2
4
3
23
27
--167


"'""'~'U', ~ l





- 30-


INITSTATE ITUCK DISTRIBUTION FLORIDA CITBJS, 1948.49 SEASON
(Continued)


Approximr.te crs, on
Desti- Orir j Grere- I Tnger-
nations ges fruit ines
Cars Cars Cars


OHIO (Cont'd.)
Columbus
2yton
Portsmouth
Toledo
Youngstown
Others
Total
OKLCAHOM
Oklbhoma City
Tulsa
Others
Total


165
61
28
103
110
167


52
20
17
89


PENNSYLVANIA
Allentown 15
Altoona 125
Biglerville 1
Harrisburg 54
Johnstown 33
Mt.Pleasant Mills 2
Philadelphia 345
Pittsburgh 421
Reading 20
Scranton 165
Wilkes-Barre 119
Williamsport 27
York 410.
Others 514
Total 1,881


RHODE ISAiTD
Providence
Others
Total
SOUTH CABOLINA
Anderson
Charleston
Chester
Columbia
SFlorence
Greenville
Laurens
SOrangeburg
Spartanburg
Sumter
Walterboro
Others
Total
SOUTH DfIK0TA
' Sioux Falls
Others
Total
TENiESSEE
Bristol
Chattanooga
Jackson
Johnson City


42
12
5,

19
148
2
731
18i
164
5
40
66

12
90
1,300


1
1


36
104
21
23


61
24
7
43
58
46
--S


24
7
6
37

2
36

14
17

79
184
2
31
43
6
11
76
-50?-

10
2



39

184
3
54

3
11
1

18
313


17
3
1
7
9
19
--TI

6

1
-----7


2
15

8
4
1
46
65
2
13
19
3
4
44
--72-6


12



1
9

82

16

3
5

1
7
-m91


basis 500 boxes per car


Desti- Oran- I
nations ges
Cars
TNNESSES (Cont'd.)
Kingsport 1
Knoxville 181
Mnrysville 4
Memphis 204
Nashville 117
Others 195
Total 8---6


TEXAS
"- las
Fort Worth
Houston
San Antonio
Others
Total
VEDSNT
urlington
Others
Total
VIRGINTIA
Bristol
Charlottesville
Danville
Hnrrisonburg
Lynchburg
Newport News
Norfolk
Petersburg
Richmond
Roanoke
Staunton
Others
Total
VEST VIRGINIA
Bluefield
Charleston
Huntington
Parkersburg
Others
Total
WISCONSIN
Milwaukee
Others
Total

OUT-OF-STATE
Destinations
Not Specified
CANADA
"amilton
St. Catherines
Toronto
Others
Total


164
60
175
152
206
---757

31
12
43

4
14
8
20
88
25
247
28
270
156
29
153


3
64
98
1
87
253

62
117
T79


30
6
25
9
-70-


FLORIDA
13No west Section 276

GRAND TOTAL..... 22,883


Lurape-
fruit
Cars

33

31
25
24
--155T


33
11
30
21
28


8
1


1
3
2
8
39
9
112
8
143
85
11
38


1
14
10

34
---39


12
33
45


[ Tonger-
Sines
Cars


15

12
8
6
56


6
4
8
1
2
--2--


1
1


1
1
1
2
9
2
22
2
30
20
4
10


1
6
11
9
--27


5
8
13


17
5
14
6
--4-u


4
1
3

-


58 24

5,895 2,151


A m






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WEIGLTED AVM.AGE AUCTIONT PRICES FLORIDA ORANGES
1948-49 SEASON

I EW YORK C I TY PH ILADELPH IA
Standards and Stendards and
Standar a Wire.- Indian River Standard Wire- Indian River
ee bounds Combined bounds Combined
dineek
Ending Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars. Avg.


1948
Sept. 3
10
17
24
Oct. 1
8
15
22
29
Nov. 5
12
19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24
31
1949

14
21
28
Feb. -4
11
18
25
i4r. 4
11
18
25
Apr. 1
8
15
22
29
May 6
13
20
27
Jvne 3
10
17
24
July 1
8
15
22


3

1
23
75
89~
74
76
71
90
102
132
90
107
51

107
130
189
115
107
111
122
88
123
129
114
95
102
89
124
100
103
103
119
125
125
97
119
113
114
77
38
19
19


3.96

4.03
3.16
3.01
2,44
2.87
2.48
3.16
3,21
3,08
2.70
2,78
2,65
3, 80

K.29
3.87
2,89
2, 70
3.14
3.3Z
4. 30
4.46
4.05
3.S7
4.05
4, 28
4,68
4.51
4.59
4.03
5.05
5.81
5.30
5.81
5.33
6.05
5.91
6.10
7.05
7.26
7.61
8.2S


4,28
3.28
2.67
3,20
2.83
3.72
4.18
3.95
3,71
3.63
3,42
4.57

5.48
4.18
3.25
3.12
3,68
4.02
3.82
4.67
5.08
4.32
4.18
4 30
4.66
5.09
4.83
4.81
5.12
5,29
5.14
6.14
5.99
6.06
6,33
6.40
6,87
7.48
7,97
8,61


-



24
54
62
36
51
43
41
47
74
58
60
23

38
57
78
66
47
59
72
47
56
53
50
46
33
40
50
44
37
38
41
51
45
142
51
47
;40
26
13
3
7


3.79
2.90
2,59
2.83
2,61
2,75
3,25
3,26
2.77
2,72
2.86
3.75

3.97
3.90
2.84
2,62
3.11
3,83
3.12
4,26
4.01
3.94
3.74
3.86
4,21
4.64
4.63
4. 47
4.60
5.10
5.68
5.59
5,60
5.91
5.95
5.85
5.91
6.51
6,99
7.21
7.41


3.55

3.22
3.13
3.14
4.32
4.12
3.66
3.29
3.28
4.04

4,91
4,17
3.22
2,.93
3.17
4.27
3.43
3 -3











5.03
4.93
4.53
4.06
4.21
4.3-7
5.14
5.09
4,76
4.73
5.49
5.85
5.92
6.02
6.40
6.51
6.45



7.45


TOAL 4,025 1.424' 2,487 4,53 1,85- 3,96 522 4.31
Total Sales, Fla. oranges, Total Sales, Fla, oranges,
all varieties, contraners nil varieties, containers
nd sections ------- 6,512 crs .vg. $4.35 2nd sections --. 2,377 cars Avg. $4.04

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VEIGETEI AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FLORIDA. ORANGES
1948-49 S5ASON

BOSTO N PITT SBURGH
Standards and Standards and
Standard Wire- Indian River Standard Wire- Indian River
bounds Combined bounds Combined
WJeek
Handing Cars Avg. Cars Avg, Cars Avg. Cars Avg
$ $ $ $
1948

10
17 -
24
Oct. 1 -

15 -
22 9 3.09 7 323 -
29 8 2.77 -- 8 2.70 -
Nov, 5 11 2.96 1 3.11 6 2.79 -
12 10 2565 1 3.22 7 2.97 -
19 11 2.77 5 3.38 10 2,84 -
26 4 3.79 3 3.72 6 3.31 -
Dec. 3 4 3.58 2 4.21 5 3.34 -
10 15 3,09 9 3.84 14 2.98 -
17 18 2.63 9 3.76 10 2.60 -
24 4 3.14 14 3.60 12 3.09 -
31 5 3,26 12 3.60 6 3.88 -
1949
J a- 3 4,48 2 4.76 3 4.06 -
14 12 4.31 13 4.62 10 3.69 -
21 24 3,22 11 3.36 15 3.07 -
28 21 2.73 18 2.95 12 2.79 -
Feb. 4 11 2,78 16 3.19 11 371 -
11 13 3,64 13 3.75 11 3.84 -
18 18 3. 23 3.67 17 3. 46 '-
25 10 4.01 11 4.16 15 3.45 1 3.38
Mar. 4 8 4.53 9 4.67 13 4.56 -
11 11 4.29 12 460 17 3.97 -
18 16 4.28 10 4.76 16 3.79 -
25 17 ,06 11 4.41 15 3.92 -
Apr. 1 11 434 8 4. 8b 12 4.20 -
8 14 4. 38 10 4.71 10 4.58 -
15 15 4.82 7 5.37 10 4.61 -
22 14 4,72 10 5,29 9 4.42 -
29 23 4,65 9 5.16 14 4.64 -
May 6 17 5,23 10 5.32 9 5.67 -
13 14 5.79 2 6.41 9 5.58 -
20 17 5.86 6 5.97 8 5.79 -
27 20 5.78 4 5.94 13 5,84 -
June 3 13 6.65 13 5,71 -
10 22 6.11 2 6.51 11 6,42 -
17 14 6.15 7 5.31 11 6.25 -
24 16 6.37 11 6,06 -
July 1 10 6.46 1 6.43 5 6.99 -
8 2 6.95 1 6.34 1 7.00 -
15 1 8.08 -
22 1 7.01 -

TOTAL 490 4.-0 282 4.25 392 4.17 1 3.38
Total Sales, ?la, orn.nes, Total Sales, Fla. oranges,
all varieties, containers, all varieties, containers,
and sections ---- 772 cars Avg. $4,35 and sections --- 393 cars Avg, $4 17

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WIGiT ED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FLORIDA ORANGES
1948-49 SEASON

CLEVELAND CHICAGO

Standards and Standards and
Standard Wire- Indian River Standard Wire- Indian River
Week bounds Combined bounds Combined
Ending Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg.


1948

10
17
24
Oct. 1
8
15
22
29
Nov. 5
12
19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24
31
1949

14
21
28
Feb. 4
11
18
25
Mar. 4
11
18
25
Apr. 1
8
15
22
29
May 6
13
20
27
June 3
10
17
24
July 1
8
15
22


2.98
3.05
3.03
2,82
3.59
3.85
3.45
2.85
2,65
3.53
3.70

3.94
3.67
3. 11
2.95
3.59
4.08
3.55
3,83
4,64
3,77
3.81
4.01
4.56
4.51
4.93
4.65
4.90
5.53
5.67
5.77
5,89
5.98
6.25
6.33
5,99
6. 6


-









2,99

2,56






3.35

3.46


2. 4








4.38
-,






,-,
-
-











4. 8
-


-
-

-
4,30
2.82
2.81
2,78
2.60
2,92
3.25
3.00
2.77
2,60
2,65
3.95

3.84
3.62
3.02
2,89
3.64
3.78
3.37
3,91
4.20
4.05
4.05
4,00
4,20
4.82
4.64
4.64
4.99
5.06
5.33
5.95
5.76
5.71
6.18
6.54
5.82
5.80
7.29


TOTAL 537 4.17 7 3.11 818 4,14 -
Total Sales, Fla. oranges. Total Sales, Fla. oranges,
all varieties, containers, all varieties, containers,
and sections ------- E44 cers Avq. $4.17 and sections ---- 818 cars Avg, $4.14

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WEItGiEE ATiRAGZ A'CTI0I PRICES FLORIDA ONGES
194E-49 SASCN

ST. L C IS C INCINNATI

Stand:.rds and Standards and
Standard Wire- Indian River Standard Wire- Indian River
Week bounds Combined bounds Combined
Ending Cars Avg, Cars Avg. Cars Avg, Cars Avg.
1948

10 -
17 -
24 -
Oct. 1 -
8 1 2,37 -
15 1 4.62 9 3.67- -
22 12 2.85 20 2.76 -
29 6 2,73 16 2,64 -
Nov. 5 9 2 64 8 2.39 -
12 5 2.47 18 2.67 1 2.84
19 6 2.81 15 2.52 -
28 5 3.45 8 3.18 -
Dec. 3 7 3.21 17 2.96 -
10 11 2,78 20 2,70 -
17 11 2.77 24 260 -
24 8 3.99 21 297 -
31 11 3.53 12 3.51- -
1949
Jan. 7 6 3.59 12 3.51 -
14 13 3,83 13 3.50 -
21 23 2,96 29 2.79 -
28 14 2389 11 2,71 -
Feb. 4 7 4.26 15 3.53 -
11 14 3.93 15 3.68 -
18 17 3.24 17 2.96 -
25 11 3.71 11 3.51 -
Mar. 4 8 4.42 16 4.00 -
11 19 4.00 15 3.81 -
18 16 3. 5 15 3.54 -
25 15 3.86 12 3.65 -
Apr. 1 11 4.02 10 4.23 -
8 12 4,8C 12 4.57 -
15 16 4.53 17 4.65 -
22 14 4.39 21 4.28 -
29 10 4.94 11 449 -
May 6 12 5.25 15 5.16 -
13 11 5.41 14 5. 49 -
20 13 6.24 20 5.82 -
27 22 5.29 28 5.38 -
June 3 9 5,38 11 570 -
10 10 5.92 13 6.45 -
17 11 5,66 13 5.98 -
24 6 5.76 9 6.11 -
July 1 4 6.00 6 6.41 -
8 -
15 -
22 -

TOTAL 416 4.10 570 3.86 1 2.84
Total. Sales, Fla, oranges, Total Sales, Fla, oranges,
all varieties, containers, all varieties, containers,
and sections ------- .. 416 cars Avg. $4.10 and sections --- 571 cars Avg. $3.86


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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FIORIDA ORANGES
1948-49 SEASON

DETROIT BALTIMORE

Standards and Standards and
Standard Wire- Indian River Standard Wire- Indian River
Week bounds Combined bounds Combined
Ending Cars [ Av [ Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars Ag.


1948
S ept.
10
17
24
Oct, 1
8
15
22
29
Nov, 5
12
19
28
Dec. 3
10
17
24
31
1949
J-an,7
14
21
28
Feb. 4
11
18
25
Mar. 4
11
18
25
Apr. 1
8
15
22
29
May 6
13
20
27
June 3
10
17
24
July 1
8
15
22


5
5
15
12
12
7
11
15
19
13
5

8
23
24
16
22
16
36
21
12
23
22
16
16
17
20
20
19
15
22
16
26
17
15
10
12
7
2


3.57
3.13
2,82
2.87
2,82
3.58
3.37
2,85
2 66
3.28
4.08

3.84
3.78
3.07
2.89
3.96
4,27
3.28
3.68
4.42
4, 29
3,98
4.13
4 29
4.80
4. 74
4.55
4.77
5.37
5.59
5.80
5.62
5.74
6.02
3.11
5.94
5.93
7,15


-

-
-
-
-

-



4.

4,27


3.56
2.53
2.39
2.73
2.46

2.95
2.76
2.66
2.73
2.93

3.58
3.75
3.46
2.68
2.89
3.84
3.13
3.50
3.90
4.18
3.79
3.73
3.96
4.44
4.78
4.05
4.39
4.70
5.17
5.55
5.52
5,52
6.17
6.15
5.47
6.84


3.11

3.57
-


-







-
-


TOTAL 592 4. 23 1 4.27 135 3.97 2 3.34
Total Seles, Fla. orages, Total Sales, Fla. oranges,
all varieties, containers, all varieties, containers,
and sections -------- 593 cars Avg, $4.23 Fnd sections --- 137 cars Avg. $3.96

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WEICGHE AVERAC- AUCTION PRICES FLORIDAb RANGES
1948-49 SEASON

TOTAL ALL CITIES

Standards and
Standard Wire- Indian River
Week bounds Combined
Ending Cars Avg. Cars Avg.
$ $


1948
Sept-. 3
10
17
24
Oct. 1
8
15
22
29
Nov. 5
12
19
26
Dec. 3
1C
17
24
31
1949
Jan, 7
14
21
28
Feb. 4
11
18
25
Mar. 4
11
18
25
Apr. 1

15
22
29
May 6
13
20
27
June 3
1C
17
24
July 1
8
15
22


3.96

3.20
3.60
2.96
2,60
2,82
2,60
2.89
3,28
3.14
2,76
2,70
2,85
3.73

4,08
3,82
2,94
2.74
3.33
3,71
3,30
4.03
4.32
4.02
3,91
3.97
4. 25
4,66
4,61
4.54
4.77
5.14
5.67
5.79
5,69
5,84
6.08
6.00
6.02
6.73
7.18
7.56
7.99


-
-


4,28
3.33
2.67
3.20
2,89
3,56
4.16
3.95
3,71
3.57
3,42
3.42
4.32

5.40
4,21
3.25
3.07
3,50
4.01
3.73
4.66
5.02
4.38
4.20
4.30
4,61
5.06
4,90
4.84
5,07
5.32
6.08
6.09
5.99
6.09
6,35
6.21
6.87
7,41
7.84
8.42


TOTiL 9,830 4.15 3,303 4,46
Total Sales, Fla. oranges,
all varieties, containers,
and sections ------- 13,133 cars Avg. $4.23

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WEIGH-TED AVEAGE AUCTION PRICES FLORIDA SEED AND SEE~LESS GROAPFJIT
1948-49 SEASON

NEW YORK CITY PHILADELPHIA
SEED SEEDLESS SEED SEEDLESS
Stds I Std. Sndian iaStisn d Stds&Std Indi Stds.&S Indian
rebounds n ieounds Indan Wireounds In n Wireounds
eek Combined River Combned ver Comb ed River Comb ed River
Ending CarsJAvg CarsAv, Carsvg. Cars Avg. ars Ag. CarsJAvg. arsJAvg. Cars Avg.


1948

10
17
24
Oct. 1
8
15
22
29
Nov. 5
12
19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24
31
1949

14
21
28
Feb. 4
11
18
25
Mar. 4
11
18
25
Apr. 1
8
15
22
29
May 6
13
20
27
June 3
10
17
24
July 1
8
15
22


3.31
2.53
2.09
2.48
2,87
3.48
2,66
1.77
1,72
2,03

2,65
2,47
2.53
2.06
1,85
2.02
2,59

2.50
3.04
2.21
1.83
1.97
2.-46
2,76
3.05
2.61
2.56
2,82
2,96
2.8833
3,62
3.46
4.05
3,73
4,14
4.15
4.08
3.50
3.33
4,-7
4.55
2.99
2.54
2.51
3.05
3.S


- 3
13,72 4
3 3.43 13
2 5.14 12
4 4.83 15
7 4.02 30
12 3.21 27
17 2,22 12
4 2,57 7
3 3,00 18
1 3,48 15
3 4.18 8
7 3.26 24
13 2.80 29
13 2.63 34
9 2.62 24
6 2.63 8
S 3.19 16

3 3.02 17
9 3,27 18
13 2.80 57
10 2.40 46
3 2.84 29
5 3,14 34
5 3, -8 13
9 3,70 27
13 2.98 25
12 2.98 33
6 3.41 13
10 3.26 17
8 3.29 23
4 4.C6 24
7 4.43 25
9 4.66 27
3 4.51 26
2 4.01 33
7 5.11 48
4 4.96 35
3 5.24 38
2 4.90 21
17
23
1 *.39 17
2 4.22 6
- 3
- 3
1


5,01
2.97
2.87
3,73
3.94
3.70
2.98
2,34
2,25
2.49
2.50
3.21
3.01
2.86
2.26
2.22
2.20
2,75

2,85
3.43
2.75
2.44
2.53
2.62
2.96
3.52
3.12
3.18
3,20
3,28
3.25
3.95
3.90
4.62
4.4 e
4, 68
4.78
4.68
4.6S
4.72
5.47
5.37
4,56
3.58
2.59
4.02
4.37


5.23
5.52
4,69

6.70
5.38
4,36
3.11
2,93
3.28
3.38
4,09
4.21
3.82
3.41
3,25
3.54
4,46

4.25
14.30
4.01
3.37
3.50
3.62
3,68
4.66
3.75
3.70
4.01
4.05
4.07
5.11
5.26
5.66
5.16
5.00
6.05
6.20
6.23
6.23
7.86
7.62
7.06
4.28
5,91


16 2,21
19 2,25
13 2,40
11 3,53
6 3.70
6 2.74
8 2.25
3 2,18
4 2.52
1 2.15
2 3.14
7 2,48
3 2,50
5 1,99
7 1,79
4 1.90
1 2.23

4 2,21
4 2.62
7 2.13
4 1,59
1 1.55
4 2.69
3 2.35
3 3.23
7 2.64
4 2,63
8 3.11
7 3.48
10 2.80
8 2.95
6 3.76
10 3.82
7 4.00
7 4.12
10 4.21
13 3.60
16 3.45
8 4,26
5 4.27
9 4.10
13 3,60
7 2.44
2 2,86
1 1.85
2 4.08


2.70
2.93
2.47

4,28
4.05
3.83
3.00
2.92
2.90
2,46
2.51


3.71
3.14
2,57
2,90
3.38
3.81
3,51
3.04

3,26
3.67
3,82

4.50
4.43
4.80
4.58

5.17

4.60


2.78
3.25
3.24
3.70
4.34
3.25
2,98
2.56
2.09
2.59
2,73
3.39
2.70
2.70
2,65
2.32
2,73

3.11
3,27
2.78
2.68
2.86
3.14
3.31
3.44
3.58
3.58
3.52
3.50
3.57
3.64
3.95
4.41
4.51
4.77
4.93
4.72
5.27
4,88
6,06
5.47
5.15
4.11
4.43


TOT.L 493 2.93 261 3.33 998 3,49 2,654 4.24 306 3.00 79 3.36 480 3.47 422 4.17
Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit, Total Sales, Fla, grapefruit
all varieties, containers all varieties, containers
and sections ----- 4,406 cars Avg. $3.87 and sections ----- 1,287 cars Avg. '3.58

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


$

. 4,70




* 5.20
. 5.48
i 3.61
B 3.14
i 3,25
S3.89
7 4.32
S4,31
i 3.57
i 3,96
) 3.57
) 3.34
> 3.69

h 3,98
4 4.62
S4.19
> 3,25
' 3,27
S3.81
S4.26
S4.61
' 3.85
1 3.64
) 3.56
5 4.17
S4.13
* 4,96
. 4.99
5 5.31
) 5.58
5 5.80
S5.90
i 6.14
i 6.38
5 5.58
.


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WEIGITSD AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FLOPIDA SEED ZID SEEDLSS GRAPEFRUIT
1948-49 SMASON

BOSTON PITTSBURGH
SEED SEEDLESS SEED SEEDLESS
Stds.&Std. Indian Stds.&St, India Stds.&Std. Indian Stds,&Std* Indian
Wirebounds Wirebounds rebounds Wirebounds r
eek Ciombned Rver C mb d River ombRiver never
._Qg. _oomb ene
dng sv Crsv Carsvg, Car g. Car ars vg. CarsAvg. Cars

1948

10 42,84 2.71 2.84 12.65 -
17 4 1.49 5 158 - 2 2.05 -
24 2 2,89 -
Oct, 1 2 4,28 1 384 -
8 2 457 1 4.20 2 34 -
15 2 3.19 5 3.63 5 3.16 -
22 4 2.34 .1 2.40 5 2.98 3 4.03 5 3.10 -
29 22.66 .1 2.78 4 2.69 5 3.27 7 2.72 -
Nov. 5 1 2.43 1 3.05 1 2.28 8 3.32 4 2.87 -
12 1 2.55 7 3.46 4 2.06 -
19 1 3.58 7 4.17 1 2.64 -
26 1 441 4 3.57 5 4.52 1 3.10 -
Dec. 3 1 3.25 3 3.40 2 2.49 8 3.52 2 2,41 -
10 8 2,78 2 2.48 8 3.28 12.34 -
17 2 322 1 2.60 7 3.25 1 2.34 -
24 2.229 3 3.01 4 2.90 7 3.68 -
31 1 1,79 3 2.93 4 3.77 -
1949
J197 4 2,98 4 4.18 -
14 -3 3.4E 4 3.49 5 3,85 3 2.90 -
21 5 3.04 2 2,64 5 4.12 1 3.15 -
28 3 2.00 7 2,58 42.69 8 3.34 2.40 -
Feb. 4 1 1.67 5 2,67 2 2.82 4 3.38 3 2.78 -
11 9 3.51 2 2.93 -
18 .- 7 3.8 1 2.55 -
25 2 1.08 3 3.36 7 4.21 2 3.25 -
Mar. 4 2 3.33 2 3.C5 3 3.10 11 4.13 1 2.71 6 3.43 -
11 1 3.73 4 3.13 7 3.19 9 3.72 9 3.25 -
18 3 3.18 5 3.37 11 3,76 6 3,77 -
25 2 2. 1.3.25 2 3.40 6 4.14 7 3.93 -
Apr. 1 2 3.80 5 3.67 11 4.17 8 3,45 1 4.31
8 8 3.85 10 4'64 2 3.39 4 3.76 -
15 1 3.50 1 -.23 34 ,.19 9 5.14 2 4.13 5 4.49 -
22 3 4.24 1 4.60 6 4.96 6 5.51 2 4.35 8 445 -
29 3 4.31 45.14 4 552 1 3.53 8 430 -
May 6 5 3.38 6 .64 5 5.61 5 474 -
13 3 3.80 6 ,75 3 466 -
20 6 68 2 6.55 1 4,37 4 5.16 -
27 1 4.01 4 453 5 5.66 4 3.37 1 4.34 -
June 3 2 5.65 1 6,40 1 423 -
10 3 4.12 2 474 1 554 -
17 3 5.36 2 565 4 389 -
24 5 3. 6 1 3.53 2 3.58 -
July 1 5 ,3 1 4.70 1 221 -
8 3 2.34 1 2.11 -
15
22 -

TOTAL 71 3.18 53 3.C8 122 3.78 208 4.07 32 3.28 125 3,54 1 4,31
Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit,. Total Sales, Fl., grapefruit,
all varieties, containers, all varieties, containers,
and sections ------- 461 cars Avg, .43.72 and sections ----- 158 cars Avg, $3.49
Made aveilablo
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service





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WEIGHT=D AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FLORIDA SEED AND SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT
1948-49 SEASON

CLEVELAND C HICAGO
SEED SEEDL ESS SEED SEEDLESS
Stds.&Std. Indian Stds I&Std, Indian StSs & St Indian
Wire-bounds e Wireboundss Wirehounds
WeeS St River River mb9 s River River
Week Combined ver Combned ve Combne Combinever
Ending Cars Afk. CarsJAvg. Crs 4. Cars Avg. Crs vg C ars Ag, Cars |Avg. Cars Av8,
'4 $ $ $ t $
. 1948
S-~.3 -
10 4 2.00 11,75 31.86 2.66 -
17 .7 1,59 2 240 3.14 -
24 1 1.73 .2 1.21 11 297 -
Oct. 1 1 3.84 6 3.58
8 1 2.23 6 3.58 -
15 1 407 9 3.52 -- 1 300 9 3.28 -
22 13 335 12 2.50 -
29 13 294 21 2.66
Nov. 5 7 247 7 2.30 -
12 -
19 3 3.20 3.68 -
26 2 3.19 -
Dec. 3 3 3,40 2 2.25
10 1 2.23
17 1 2.27
24 2 2,28
31 -
1949
J---7. -. .- -. a. - -
14 -
21 1 2,57 -
28 1 189 1 250
Feb. 4 1 2.80 11.20 1 2.80
11 5 252
18 1 4.55 5 3.11
25 1 .4.4 2 3,43 8 3.50
Mar. 4 12 3.63 -. 16 330 -
11 2 3.74 9 330 1 325 10 2.97 1 4.98
18- 3 2.97 5 3,58 1 4.59 12 3.95 2 4.76
25- 7 4.40 2 4.94 12.62 20 3,71 2 4,24
Apr. 1 2 3.22 1 4.06 13 3.82 4 4.51 21 3.48 3 5.02
8 2 3.21 1 3,78 8 3,73 2 4.39 2 3,60 10 3,73 2 4,98
15 1 ,74 5 4.62 2 5.15 1 3.01 6 4.90 2 6.07
22 1 4,.2 1 4.55 9 4.63 2 5,27 1 3.17 17 4,53 1 5,29
29 2 4.24 11 ,*50 1 5.54 1 4.93 12 4.41 1 5,09
May 6 6 -; 96 12 4,85 1 6.66
13 1 5,83 9 4.90 1 41 11 4.85 4 5.63
20 1 .90 4 4.8 5 2,86 14 4,64 1 5.96
27- 2 3,69 5 5.74 7 4.60 -
June 3 1 4,75 3 5.25 6 5.16
10 2 4.3 2 5.23 8 4.22 3 4,69
17' 1 4.05 2 3.8 7 3.50 44.14
24 1 3.51 1 1.85 2 3.24 -
July 1 2 3.30 -

15 1 3.55
22 1 2.36

TOTAL 29 3.11 10 3.80 168 3.89 15 4.94 38 3.10 297 3.64 20 5,28
Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit, Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit,
all varieties, containers all varieties, containers,
and sections -------22 cars Avg. $3.86 and sections ----- 355 cars Avg. $3.68

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





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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FLORIDA SEED AND SEEDLESS GRAPEFUIT
1948-49 SEASON

S T. L 0 U IS C INCI NNYATI
SEED SEEDLESS SEED SEEDLESS
Stds.&Std. Indian Stds.&Std Indian Stds&Std Indian Stds.&Std Indian
Wirebounds vr Wirebounds Rie Wirebounds River Wirebound River
Week Com ed r Comb ed r Combined Combined
Ending Crsl vgj CarsAvg. Cbrs arsAvg. Avg Cars Avg. Cars Avg,
$ $ $ $ $
1948
-- 13.94
10 5 3.10 12.54 -
17 3 251 4 3.03 8 1.83 2 2.82 -
24 6 3.45 4 2.35 5 3.65 -
Oct. 1 4 3.51 1 2,58 8 3.32
8 6 3.44 2 344 11 2.92 -
15 1 3.64 9 3.08 12 3.00 -
22 -. 9 2.70 1 1.45 12 2.82 -
29 6 2.60 1 185 12 250 -
Nov. 5 -. 7 2.18 5 1.98
12 2 193 2 1,94 -
19 1 4.38 -
26 .. .
Dec. 3 2 256
10 -
17 12.05 -
24 .. .
31 -
1949

14 -
21 1 226 -
28 .
Feb. 4 1 2.32 -
11 4 2.66 -
18 1 2.35 -
25 22.83 -
Mar. 4 2 3.14 2 3.02 6 3.10 -
11 - .86 10 2.86 -
18 8 4.05 4 3.35 -
25 1 2.96 12 3.56 4 3.38 9 374 -
Apr. 1 10 3.49 1 2.51 8 3.13 1 4.45
8 8 3.88 9 3.20 -
15 4 4.68 1 386 7 416 -
22 14 .32 11 477 -
29 7 4.52 8 443 -
may 6- 9 476 2 4.03 6 486 -
13 9 4.72 2 3.35 8 4.45 2 4.91
20 3 478 1 5.31 3 4.00 7 476 -
27 1 2.51 4 5.04 1 3.60 4 4.73 -
June 3 4 4.67 2 4.13 -
10 2 .83 2 4.02 -
17 1 4.21 1 3.80 3 3.36 1 3.79 -
24 1 3.67 3 2.35 1 3.27 -
July 1 2 2.86 -
8 i 1,91 -
15 1 237 -
22 2.34 -

TOTAL 7 2.98 160 3.73 1 5.31 52 2.93 181 3.42 4 4.55
Total Sales, Fla. grapcfruit, Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit,
all varieties, containers, all varieties, containers,
and sections -------- 168 cars Avg. $3,71 and sections ------- 237 cars Avg. $3.33

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





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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FLORIDA SEED AND SEELESS GRAPE IT
1948-49 SEASON

DETROIT BALTIMORE
SEED SEEDLESS SEED SEEDLESS
Stds& Std. Indian Stds.&Std Indian Stds.&St. Indian Stds.&Std Indian
Wirebounds Wirebounds i Wirebounds Wirebounds R
Week Combined River Combned River mbRiver Cmb River
Ending Cars Avg. CarsjAv4 Cars Av4. CarsjAvg Cars[Avg. Cars Avg. CarsIAvg. Ca rsAvg.


1948

10
17
24
Oct. 1
8
15
22
29
Nov. 5
12
19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24
31
1949

14
21
28
Feb. 4
11
18
S25
'Mar. 4
11
18
25
Apr. 1
8
15
22
29
May 6
13
20
27
June 3
10
17
24
July 1
8
15
22


1.85
3,39
2684
4.37








3.29










3.46
3.05

3.09
3.62
3.67
2.77

3.67
3.75

4.14
5.29
4.52
5.33
4.90
4.,Z
.;












3.37
3.07
3.22


3.64
3. 47



E. 41
5-4


1.76
2,62
3.53
4.47
4.56
3.99
3.48
2,78
2.34
1;85

3,29
3.34
2.81
2,72
2.20
2.11


2.88
3.27
2,46
2.65
2.83
3.05
3.59
3.22
3.31
3.79
4.25
3.52
3.49
4,46
4.60
4.86
4.88
5.05
4.82
4. 62
4.58
3.60
2,49
1.51


4.53
5.01
4.73
4.75
5.11
-
-
-


2.64
2.40
2.50
1.91
2.01

2.29



2.24

2.13


2,36

2.26


2,54

2.90
3.01
2.80
3.15


3.81
3.77



3.89
2,52


3.50


3.38




2.51






2.48
2,50
2.26








3.51
3.72

4.30


TOTAL 57 3.90 3 4.25 242 3.75 6 4.81 27 2.71 9 3.15 -
Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit, Total Sales, Fla, grapefruit,
all varieties, containers, all varieties, containers
and sections ------- 308 ccrs Avg. $3.80 and sections ------- 36 cars Avg, $2.82

Intdc available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-Stato Market News Service





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WEIGETID AVE-,C-E AUCTION PRICES MLORIDA SEED AND SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT
1948-49 SEASON

T T A L A L L C I T I E S
S E E D SEEDLESS
Standards and Standards and
Stendaard Wire- Indian River Standard Wire- Indian River
Week bounds Combined bounds Combined
Ending Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg.
$ $ $ $
1948
Sep3 2 3.31 3 501 3 4,62
10 58 2.43 1 3.72 18 2.65 3 5.52
17 83 2.05 3 3.43 29 2.89 2 4.69
24 45 2.40 2 5.14 40 3.42 -
Oct. 1 35 3.19 4 4.83 48 3.75 9 6.70
8 19 3.55 7 4.02 68 3.66 24 5.37
15 20 2.86 13 3.17 106 3.21 -56 4.38
22 21 2.11 21 2.33 92 2.88 95 3.18
29 18 1.92 6 2,59 89 2.64 113 2.98
Nov. 5 12 2.22 4 3.01 71 2.35 97 3.28
12 1 2.15 3 4.01 32 2.35 93 3.44
19 4 2.80 4 4,14 20 3.16 117 4.13
26 14 2.48 11 3.52 46 3.19 94 4.24
Dec. 3 9 2,68 20 2.93 64 2.82 103 3.76
10 15 2.03 24 2.71 56 2.42 103 3.46
17 21 1.86 14 2,77 47 2.41 119 3.30
24 12 2.02 13 2.66 24 2.36 79 3.52
31 9 2.41 .12 2.95 21 2.68 59 4.33
1949
J-anT 10 2.38 7 3.00 23 2.92 62 4.23
14 15 2.88 13 3.35 40 3.31 90 4.30
21 17 2.17 26 2.95 90 2.76 97 4.04
28 20 1.83 25 2.54 77 2,51 110 3,35
Feb. 4 7 1.76 9 2,75 49 2.63 108 3.46
11 14 2,53 7 3.21 60 2.74 87 3.63
18. 13 2.70 7 3.57 43 3.14 105 3,77
25 17 3.08 16 3.75 70 3.47 .88 4,62
Mar. 4 25 2,72 20 3.04 100 3.31 124 3.80
11 22 2.70 19 3.11 113 3.26 130 3.70
18 23 2.95 17 3.25 76 3.60 120 3.93
25 29 3.15 13 3.32 94 3.75 135 4.09.
Apr. 1 24 2.85 14 3.50 121 3.47 133 5.13
8 21 3.30 5 4.00 98 3.71 103 5.03
15 29 3.60 12 4.54 74 4.22 124 5.21
22 35 3.98 13 4,61 112 4.56 105 5.59
29 28 3,.6 5 4.62 107 4.53 106 5.21
May 6 27 4.04 3 4.73 104 4.76 69 5.80
13 25 4.18 7 5.11 116 4.80 87 5.99
20 41 3.83 6 5.03 98 4.73 45 6,18
27 53 3.66 3 5.24 75 4.80 70 6.20
June 3 32 3.97 4 4.75 47 4,85 39 6.15
10 41 4.36 31 5.29 15 7.86
17 51 4.10 39 5.02 2 7.62
24 45 3.21 1 4.39 26 4.28 7 7.06
July 1 29 2.60 2 4 22 13 3.79 1 4.28
8 9 2.48 5 2,82 2 5.91
15 6 2.85 5 3.60 -
22 8 3.' 2 3.37

TOTAL 1,112 3.03 416 3,31 2,782 3.57 3,331 4.23
Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, nal sections -------------------- ------ 7,641 cars Avg. $3,77
Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service




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WEtIITED AVEAG AUCTION PRICES FLORIDA TANG5RIEES
1948-49 SEASON


NEW YO ? CITY

!


Week
Ending


1948

Oct. 1
S8
15
22
29
Yov, 5
12
19
26
Dec. 3
10
17
24
31
1949
Jan -7
14
21
28
Feb. 4
11
18
25
Mar, 4
11
18
25
Apr. 1
8
15
22
29
May 6
13
20
27
June 3
10
17
24


PHIIADELPPHIA



Cars Avg.


Cars








8
39
53
72
93
58
71
84
108
61

19
106
81
49
37
21
5
14
27
49
43
56
34
39
27
33
20
9
5
6
9
2
3
4


BOSTON



Cars Avg,


2,73
2,77
2.60
2.88
2,32
2.38
2.60
2.29
1.79
2,42

3.54
2,51
1.76
1,87
1.85
2.34
3 67
4,66
4.23
3.37
3.56
3.46
3. 15
4,17
4.413
3.80
3,58
3,9.1
4.44
1.63
3.55
4. 21
3.44
2.17


PITTSBURGH



Cars Avg.


2.84
2,78
2,29
2.64
2,37
2.16
2.60
2,47
2.01
2,23

2.66
2,.43
1.81
1.70
2.04
.2,43
2.14
4.11
-3.65
3,51
.3.53
3.51
3.57
3.66
3,62
4.35
3,80
3.01


3.26
2.21
2.38
2,37
2.09
2.55
2,75
2.07
1,54

1,69
2,60
2.06
1,61
2.07
2,95
2.98
2,91
3,60
3,27
3,90
4.59
3.30
2,76
4.75
3.70
3,17
3.75
3.94
ii
-


CLIVEiAND



Cars I Avg.


2,56
2.67
2.57
2.35
2.18
2.70
2.28
2.07


2.58
1.82
1,56
2.18
2,34
2.75
1.89
2.47
3,76
3.55
2.82

4.31


CHICAGO



Cars Avg.


, m




2,73
2.51
2,39
2.57
2.01
2,89
2.16
2.29
2.17

2,75
2,49
1,85
1,58
1.78

2,63

3.36

3,.70
3.29
3.82
3.14

3.26
3,64
3.53


TOTALS 1,345 2.75 516 2.48 86 2.51 79 2,36 132 2.39 230 2.24





Quotations on basis of 4/5 bushel box,


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


-

-

2,99
2,62
2,37
2.41
2.39
2,10
2,82
1,82
1.59
1.94

3.13
1,94
1.46
1,79
1.55





4.47
-
-




2.74
3.62
3.93
2.99
3.03
a-

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