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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Production and Marketing Adkinistratio
and the
FLORIDA STATE MARKETING BUREAU
Cooperating





MARKET NEWS SERVICE ON FRUITS & VEGETABLES











MARKETING FLORIDA CITRUS


SUMMARY OF 1949-50 SEASON
By
H. F. Willson


Lakeland, Florida


October 6, 1950







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FOREWORD



The information contained herewith has
been compiled from the daily citrus bulletins
issued at Lakeland, Florida and from various
reports released by the Production and Market-
ing Administration; the Bureau of Agricultural
Economics; the Citrus Inspection Bureau; the
Florida Canners' Association; the Florida Cit-
rus Commission; the Florida Citrus Exchange
and the Department of Agricultural Economics;
Agricultural Experiment Station, University
of Florida.

Shipments, unloads and other similar
data for the 1949-50 season are subject to
revision on account of late and corrected re-
ports which are not yet available. 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 Indus-
try. We have endeavored to include basic
statistics suitable for comparisons with past
seasons.







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

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

Mixed Car Analysis, Florida Rail Shipments . . . . .
Segregation, Florida Citrus Shipments, by Rail, Boat & Truck .
Total Shipments Florida Citrus, 1949-50 & 1948-49 Seasons .

Florida Fruit Processed, 1949-50 Season . . . . ..
Production & Utilization Total U.S.Citrus 1946/47-1948/49 Inc.


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California Citrus
Tex., Ariz. & La.Citrus

Carlot Unloads, 100 U. S. Cities & 5 Canadian Cities,
Sept. 1949 thru July, 1950, Accumulative -
Oranges, Grapefruit, Tangerines & Mixed Citrus
Truck Receipts, 13 Cities, Sept. 1949 thru July, 1950
Oranges, Grapefruit & Tangerines . ......
Rail Distribution, Florida Citrus, 1949-50 Season
Recapitulation of Citrus Distribution, by States,
Past 7 Seasons . . .
Interstate Truck Distribution, Florida Citrus,
1949-50 Season . ..
Boat Destinations, Florida Citrus, 1949-50 Season
Weighted Average Auction Prices -
Florida Oranges . . ...
Grapefruit . . . .
Tangerines . . ..
Averages Past 12 Years ... .

Orange & Grapefruit Production, by States, 1889-1949
Citrus Trees Moved From Florida Nurseries . . .

Certified Lime Shipments . . . .

Florida Canners' Association Production Data
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Production and Marketing Administration
and the
FLORIDA STATE MARKETING BUREAU
Cooperating



MARKET NEWS SERVICE ON FRUITS AND VEGETABLES




MARKETING FLORIDA CITRUS
S1SUMMARY OF 1949-50 SEASON

SDaily market reports on citrus were issued at Lakeland, Florida
from Oct. 17, 1949 to June 2, 1950, Inclusive




GENERAL COMMENTS

SFollowing a slow and dismal beginning of the 1949-50 season, with pre-
Sholiday citrus prices generally at relatively low levels, the Florida orange
grower was soon thereafter in the enviable position of having three branches
of the Industry (fresh, canned and frozen) actively bidding for raw fruit.
The 'on tree', f.o.b and processed prices of oranges skyrocketed above the
most optimistic preseason-predictions and the seasonal auction average was
k the highest in 22 years, or since 1927-28. With the United States grapefruit
crop estimated at slightly less than 37 million boxes, Florida's seasonal
grapefruit average set an even better record in being the highest during vol-
ume production history or 31 seasons. Florida grapefruit, with only minor
competition from Texas, maintained a high price level and a minimum of fluctu-
ation throughout the entire shipping period. Tangerines had the least impres-
sive record, when compared with recent years, but again it was a smashing per-
formance, particularly in production. Pertinent factors contributing to these
peak prices were: The phenomenal increase in the frozen concentrate produc-
tion and the resultant scramble for fruit; Comparatively light crops in the
citrus States of Texas, California and Arizona, due to recent freezes; Higher
maturity and grade standards; The most complete organization of Florida grow-
ers in the history of the citrus industry and this organization's establishment
of minimum or floor prices at strategic periods.

The Florida hurricane in ate August blew off much of the early bloom
citrus, especially grapefruit, and this situation combined with higher quality
standards resulted in consistently light supplies during the first part of the
season. Following a relatively cool late November, Florida then experienced
one of the warmest Decembers and Januarys on record. According to the U. S,
weather Bureau, Florida had the longest frost-free period for the State, as a
hole, ever recorded. When the desired state of maturity and quality was
reached in December and January, the weekly utilization of Florida citrus was






astounding. On tree sales of oranges, both for immediate and delayed pick-
ing dates were very heavy. The fresh orange movement peak week was the one
ending Dec. 17th, which together with the cannery utilization, totaled in
excess of 3 million boxes. Processors, aloneapproached 2 million boxes of
oranges in the peak week ending Jan. 14th and fresh channels accounted for
2/3 million for a total of over 2.5 million boxes. Top week for cannery
grapefruit was the one ending Jan. 28th, with approximately 777,000 boxes
used. Cannery utilization of oranges and tangerines broke all previous re-
cords. When both the 'hot-pack' and frozen concentrate activities were in
full swing, they were the most important contributing factors in the fresh
fruit situation both as to volume and price 'on the tree' and f.o.b. Val-
encias started off slowly and instead of a glut of available oranges towards
S the end of the mid-season fruit, there was actually a period of scarcity of
high solids stock preferred by Concentrators. This development was directly
opposite to recent former years when the last of the mid-season oranges and
the first of the Valencias over-lapped and resulted in too liberal supplies
for best merchandising. As the prices of oranges reached dizzy heights, at
all levels, there was increasing consumer resistance. Mexican imports to
Canada, orangesin particular, cut Florida's Canadian business on fresh fruit
heavily. The most cars of Mexican oranges received by any city in the U. S.
was Denver with 24, followed by Oklahoma City with an even dozen. A number
of western markets, however, received a sample of Mexican oranges or 1 to 4
cars. The combined total unloads of oranges and grapefruit from all States
in the 100 cities during February and March, 1950 (compared with the same
months in 1949) show a marked reduction, while a similar tendency for canned
citrus juices was reported in the "Monthly Consumer Purchases" for the cor-
responding period. Then occurred one of the most vital developments of the
entire season, or a downward adjustment of prices in all channels, or from
grower to retailer. The Trade did not want a repetition of 1945-46 perform-
ance, when there was a heavy carry-over of processed citrus at high inventory
prices that finally was cleaned up at disastrously low levels. As cannery
prices reached the peak of $3.50 delivered for oranges, the single strength
or 'hot-pack* canner was practically forced out of the market. Volume utili-
zation dropped sharply, demonstrating that for timely and efficient marketing
of Florida citrus, there should be a favorable balance between all outlets
for most effective merchandising. In the retail channels, each class of
citrus fresh, canned or frozen has its following of consumers. The elim-
ination of single strength, concentrate or fresh fruit operations either
wholly or in part results in marketing under a handicap. The uncertainty
of how long oranges would maintain a sufficiently high standard for top quali-
ty processed fruit caused some concern toward the end of the season. As the
pendulum swung to lower returns, there didn't seem to be any turning point un-
til an established minimum level was again placed in effect on f.o.b sales and
delivered cannery prices. However, the practice of 'blending' in the final
weeks to furnish the consumer the highest quality, most acceptable product,
helped in extending volume processing and maintaining the price level. Anoth-
er highly important development that aided materially in stabilizing the mar-
ket towards the close of the season was the realization that crops were not
picking out as anticipated and the resultant decreases in the April 1st, May
1st and June 1st Government Estimate for oranges and the May 1st Government
Estimate for grapefruit. In the final analysis, the pronounced trends in the
utilization of Florida oranges during the 1949-50 season were the marked de-
clines in fresh fruit shipments and the canning of single strength juice, with
the sensational increase in the production of frozen concentrate.






For the 1949-50 season, Florida's citrus production, as indicated
July 1, 1950, totaled 87 million boxes or 57.8 oranges, 24.2 grapefruit
and 5 million tangerines. The State's combined total was nearly 6 million
boxes less than the preceding year, with grapefruit accounting for most of
the reduction. Oranges and tangerines practically off-set one another, with
a plus .5 and a minus .6 million respectively. In 1948-49, Florida's pro-
duction amounted to 58.3 million boxes of oranges, 30.2 grapefruit and 4.4
tangerines.

Shipments of Florida oranges, grapefruit and tangerines (including
rail, truck, boat, express and the proper proportion of 'mixed' cars) reach-
ed a grand total of 68,906 cars or 43,369 oranges, 19,012 grapefruit*and
6,525 tangerines. Compared with the 1948-49 season's total, the movement of
oranges declined more than 25 per cent and grapefruit also decreased sharply
or approximately 25 per cent, almost as much as oranges. Tangerine shipments,
during 1949-50 and 1948-49, were practically the same or totaled 6,525 cars
in contrast to 6,606 a year ago. Florida's volume by truck, while lighter
than last season for combined citrus, showed a marked variation by classes.
The truck movement for oranges in 1949-50 dropped more than 17 per cent from
the season preceding, but grapefruit showed only a 4 per cent decline and
tangerines increased nearly 20 per cent. Movement of Florida citrus, by boat,
was again resumed after a lapse of two years. In 1946-47, boats operated dur-
ing the latter part of the season. Boat shipments amounted to the equivalent
of 3,087 cars of oranges, 1,662 grapefruit and 409 tangerines for a grand
total of 5,158 cars or more than 2-1/2 million boxes. During the war years
or from 1942-43 to January 1947, there was no boat service for Florida citrus.

The 1949-50 seasonal auction averages for Florida oranges, grapefruit,
and tangerines, broke all existing records of the past two decades with two
years thrown in for good measure. Grapefruit led with the highest average
for volume production in the history of the Industry. For both oranges and
tangerines, the seasonal auction averages in 1927-28 were substantially high-
er than in 1949-50. Detailed comparison of 1949-50 as contrasted to the sea-
sonal averages for 1948-49 follow: ORANGES Interior 1949-50 season -
standard and standard wire-bound boxes combined $4.68, Indian River $5.29 -
the 1948-49 averages were $4.15 and $4.46, respectively. Temples were segre-
gated from other oranges for the State as a whole, irrespective of section,
for the first time in 1949-50 and averaged $3.13 per half-box for the season.
GRAPEFRUIT 1949-50 season Interior standard &.standard wire-bound box-
es combined Seed: white $3.84, pink $4.82, Seedless: white $4.38, pink
$5.94; Indian River Seed: white $4.49, pink $5.58, Seedless: white
$6.04, pink $6.90. All Florida grapefruit for the 1949-50 season Interior,
Indian River, seed and seedless, white and pink, averaged $5.04 compared to
the final average last year of $3.77. A segregation of white and pink grape-
fruit, by sections, was made available for the first time in 1949-50 through
the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange at Tampa. Tangerines averaged
$2.63 per 4/5 bu. box compared to $2.55 a year ago. In 1949-50, Indian Riv-
er fruit accounted for 27.8 per cent of the oranges and 38.3 per cent of the
grapefruit offered at auction.

Cannery operations started off slowly, with opening dates considerab-
ly later in the season than a year ago. Through Oct. 29th, only 57,682 box-
es of oranges had been used in contrast to more than 1/2 million boxes
(636,177) to the corresponding date in 1948-49. It was not until after the






middle of November, that 1he orange volume exceeded 500,000 boxes weekly,
but the rate of increase was very rapid and the weeks ending Dec. 3rd and
10th, accounted for an average of nearly a million and a quarter boxes each
week. For the next two weeks, or the ones ending Dec. 17th and 24th, the
rate stepped above 1.6 million weekly. A year ago, the peak week of the sea-
son was the one ending Feb. 19th with a mere 1,311,029, while the peak week
for 1949-50 almost reached the 2 million mark or 1,872,085 boxes for the one
ending Jan. 14th. At the time of the peak week all processors were very ac-
tive. The light volume weeks, during the active season occurred during the
periods ending Mar. 18th and 25th. This was following the end of the mid-
season fruit and before the utilization of Valencias began in a large way.
These two weeks were also in the peak price period just prior to the break
in prices. From the low point of around 1/2 million boxes the latter part
of March, volume increased steadily reaching more than 1 million weekly
during the last of April and held this pace through May. The total volume
of oranges used by the canners exceeded the previous top season by a consid-
erable margin or 34,650,749 compared to a final of 30,376,340 in 1947-48.
For grapefruit, however, it was a different story. The total volume of
over 13-1/2 million was only a little more than two million past the half-
way mark of the 1945-46 record when more than 22 million boxes were used by
the processors. During the month of December, a trifle over 300,000 were
used weekly, with a total to-date through Dec. 31st barely exceeding 2 mil-
lion as compared with more than 5 million to the same time a year ago. Dur-
ing the first week in January, the utilization exceeded 500,000 boxes. For
the next 10 weeks, the weekly amount ranged from a little more than 1/2 mil-
lion to the peak week of the season ending Jan. 28th, when 776,747 boxes were
used. Tangerines, like oranges, broke all previous records but bya more sub-
stantial percentage. The 1949-50 pack increased more than 50 per cent of
the 1948-49 volume the former peak year when just short of 1 million boxes
were utilized or 999,354. The 1949-50 season's total amounted to 1,590,353
boxes.

Again, as in 1948-49, the distribution of Florida citrus was wide
spread, particularly during the latter part of the season. Through June 1st,
based on the Florida gateway passing, the West (territory north of the Ohio
River and west of the Mississippi River) received 7,423 rail cars compared
to 15,268 to the eleven northeastern states. By adding the boat movement,
which was the equivalent to 4,837 cars on 500 box basis, to the East the
western territory received slightly more than 1/3 of the volume destined
to eastern points. During 1949-50, a weekly segregation of the truck move-
ment of Florida oranges, grapefruit and tangerines was tabulated. From
these compilations, it was surprising how equally divided this distribution
was. Through May 31st, 1950, distribution by truck was as follows:

Carlots on basis 500 boxes EAST WEST SOUTH
Oranges 6,338 5,778 7,089
Grapefruit 2,282 2,126 1,844
Tangerines 1,088 824 794



ORANGES

As compared with a year ago, Florida's orange season opened relative-







ly late and the volume of movement was light. The first straight rail car
was shipped Oct. llth and through Oct. 22nd, only 67 cars had moved out of
the State in contrast to 1,007 for the corresponding date the preceding sea-
son. Through Dec. 3rd, less than 1/2 as many straight cars had been shipped
as a year ago or 2,249 as against 4,517. The total movement of Florida oran-
ges, by all means of transportation (including the proper proportion of
'mixed') was down more than 1/4 from the year before. This was particular-
ly significant in that Florida's total crop of oranges has been approximate-
ly the same for the past three seasons. Beginning the middle of January
and continuing through May 27th, the State's combined movement by rail, boat
and truck (with the proper proportion of 'mixed') ranged mostly from 1,100 to
1,200 cars weekly an unusually low volume, or nearly 600 cars lighter per
week than for the corresponding period a year ago.
The prevailing f.o.b price for Interior oranges, in wire-bound boxes,
the latter part of October was $4.50 for preferred sizes. Despite a very
light total U. S. movement for the next three weeks, prices declined sharp-
ly and, by the close of the week ending Nov. 10th, most sales ranged from
$2.00 to $2.50 depending on size, with 288s selling at $2.00. Beginning
Nov. 19th, California began shipping oranges in heavy volume for the
Christmas Trade and continued through the first part of December. In an
effort to stabilize the market and prevent any further declines in Florida
oranges, the newly formed grower cooperative announced minimum prices at
the then existing level or a range of $2.00-2.50 f.o.b and $1.10 delivered
to canners. Early in December, the f.o.b minimum price range, by sizes,
was changed to one price of $2.35. No marked improvement was apparent even
by the middle of December. However, the cannery situation was a different
story this branch was leading the way with an advancing market. It was
not until the week before Christmas that Florida's fresh market picked up
with a substantial advance. With preferred sizes at $2.65-2.75 f.o.b, the
Marketing Agreement Committees then decided to place a shipping holiday in
effect again between Christmas and New Yearts. During the first week in
January, the f.o.b price opened at $3.25 and advanced to $3.75-4.00 by the
end of the month. During this period, there was a grand scramble for avail-
able fruit. The 'on tree' trading was very active, with canners still tak-
ing the lead. During February, the f.o.b range was mostly $4.00 to $4.25
for preferred sizes. Peak price of the season occurred during March with
a general top of $4.50, few higher. A decline started the last week in
March and, by the latter part of April, the prevailing f.o.b price range
was $3.25-3.75. Rain, at opportune times, curtailed pickings and prevent-
ed further decline. The terminal markets reacted immediately to even a
slight over-supply. Much concern also was in evidence over the amount of
fruit yet to be marketed. With continued slow demand, minimum prices were
again announced with the f.o.b ranging from $3.25-3.75 according to size
and the cannery price $2.50 delivered. These prices were maintained thru
May. At the end of May, 1950, Florida's orange market was approximately
$1.00 below the peak March price, at all trading levels, 'on tree', cannery,
f.o.b and auction. This was in direct contrast to a year ago when the sea-
son closed at peak prices, preceded by a gradually advancing market during
the last few weeks. Florida's f.o.b orange market, however, was higher
than 'war ceilings' during most of February and March, 1950.
At the beginning of the season, there were few 'on tree' sales of
Parsons and Hamlins as high as $2.00 but, within a matter of days or by
the first week in November, the price was cut in half or down to around
$1.00 a box. Buyers were not too anxious for supplies and preferred to
wait the outcome of court cases testing the validity of the new maturity
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standards. By the last of November, the 'on tree' price ranged from 750
to $1.00 with Pines in the top bracket. This level was not much differ-
ent from those of the immediately preceding season except the bottom was
not quite so low. Beginning in early December, the 'on tree' prices be-
gan to edge upwards. Many buyers were waiting for Pines and as proces-
sors started buying heavily, there was a most spectacular advance in the
market. During December, the 'on tree' price actually doubled or increas-
ed from $1.00 to $2.00. January's performance duplicated December's with
another $1.00 added. Throughout February, there was little fluctuation,
and the $3.00 prevailed. During March, the peak was reached, with a few
at $3.50, followed by a pronounced decline to a low of $2.00 to $2.25 the
latter part of April. At the season wind-up, fresh fruit operators domin-
ated 'on tree' buying and advanced the price to around $2.50. Contrary to
past seasons, there was no differential between mid-season oranges and
Valencias in favor of Valencias as the two varieties overlapped. In 1949-
50, Pines were in most demand at the close of their season and commanded a
premium from processors. On tree buying was so active that there was not
the accumulation of available oranges towards the close of the mid-season
varieties and the beginning of Valencias as heretofore.
There was considerable variation in the delivered price by proces-
sors for juice oranges. The season opened with canners paying from $1.35
to $1.75, during the latter part of October. Through November, most sales
were on the basis of $1.00-1.10 delivered. Early in December, the advanc-
ing market never faltered until the peak price of the season, $3.50, was
reached the last of February. This peak of $3.50 was maintained for about
a month and was paid for top quality fruit only or until the last week in
March. During this continual advance, prices in December ranged from the
established minimum of $1.10 to a top of $2.00. During January, there was
an increase of $1.00 a box to the $3.00 level. Beginning the latter part
of March, there was a period of downward adjustment in prices, which was of
approximately a month's duration. Effective the last of April and extend-
ing through May, the prevailing orange juice price was $2.50 delivered or
the established minimum level set in late April.
As usual the first few cars of Florida oranges sold on the auction
at relatively high prices (exceeding $5.00 for Interior fruit). However,
these high early prices were followed by a more gradual decline than or-
dinarily. Fruit did not readily pass the new maturity standards in effect
during 1949-50, with the result there were no heavy early supplies avail-
able. The low weekly auction average for Interior fruit for the season oc-
curred before Christmas Holidays or the week ending Dec. 16th when 270 cars
averaged only $3.10. Beginning in January, prices advanced sensationally
to averages exceeding $4.50 for the last three weeks of the month. For the
eleven weeks period, beginning with the one ending Feb. 3rd and extending
through Apr. 14th, the auction average was better than $5.00 each week.
The top week of the season was the one ending Mar. 10th when 136 cars aver-
aged $6.08. Following this eleven weeks period, averages failed to make
$5.00 by a matter of a few pennies. Beginning with the week ending Apr.
21st and continuing through May, averages were $4.97, $4.80, $4.83, $4.76,
$5.03 and $4.89. For the month of June, the weekly averages were $4.75,
$5.00, $5.49, $5.32 and $5.65.






GRAPEFRUIT

There were a few shipments of Florida grapefruit immediately af-
ter the storm of Aug. 26th, then followed a brief period without any
movement whatsoever. Through Saturday, Oct. 15th, straight rail ship-
ments from the State totaled only 217 cars compared to 1,805 the year be-
fore or approximately 1/8. Much of the early bloom fruit was blown from
the trees during the hurricane, Aug. 26th, and delayed the movement of
grapefruit in volume considerably. It was not until the week ending Oct.
22nd, that the combined shipments by rail, boat and truck (including the
proper proportion of 'mixed') exceeded 400 cars weekly. From this period
on to the close of the shipping season, the volume moving out of the State
was very uniform. Heaviest movement, by all carriers, to Jan. 1st was be-
fore Christmas when 607 cars were shipped during the week ending Dec. 17th.
In the latter part of the season, the heaviest weeks occurred in March,
with three consecutive weeks topping the 800 mark slightly. A year ago,
there were two weeks exceeding 1,100 cars and another two with a little
over 1,000 each week. When compared to 1948-49, Florida's grapefruit ship-
ments, by rail, were approximately 3/4 the relatively heavy movement the
preceding year.
In late October, the f.o.b market on Marsh Seedless opened around
$4.00 top and Duncans $3.00. Throughout the season, the Marsh price show-
ed very little variation. At times, preferred sizes dropped to a low of
$3.50 but, generally, sold at $3.75-4.00. This steady consistent price,
with a minimum of variation, was very unusual and noteworthy. Grapefruit
was low reaching the new maturity standards and multiple blooms complicat-
ed the marketing program materially. For example: In November, the April
and May bloom had about the same appearance as the earlier bloom, but lack-
ed sufficient maturity to meet the composite tests by slight margins. It
was not until late January, that grapefruit in any volume commenced to pass
the State's maturity standards readily. Then, Texas' heaviest movement was
over and shipments from Florida's principal competitor were dropping sharp-
ly. By the first week in March, Florida had practically a monopoly on the
grapefruit market with very little competition for-the remainder of the
season. The 1949-50 season was the second consecutive year that Florida
grapefruit had been in such a favored position. Texas grapefruit shipments,
via rail in 1948-49, were only about 1/3 of the 1947-48 volume and the 1949-
50 movement was approximately 1/6 that of the normal 1947-48 year.
The prevailing 'on tree' range for Interior Marsh grapefruit was
around $1.75 to $2.00, most of the season, with some sales as high as 02.25.
Contrary to the usual trend, there was no break in this level before Christ-
mas and it held until early April when the market weakened and sales were
few and far between. This period of inactivity of 'on tree' buying was
due in part to the downward adjustment of orange prices to lowe& levels
and also the utilization of grapefruit had been at a lower rate then gen-
erally considered favorable for this time of the season. During the last
of May, fresh fruit operators bought some of the better crops at $1.25-1.50.
For the season, as a whole, the grapefruit quality was in the lower bracket.
Long before the shipping period was completed, the prevailing pack was No.
2s and better, and the relatively small amounts of No. 1 fruit was in ac-
tive demand at a substantial premium.
Not once did the delivered cannery price for grapefruit drop under
$1.00 in 1949-50, but ranged from $1.00 to $2.00 a box with top quality






at or near the $2.00 mark during the greater part of the season. Start-
ing off in late October at $1.00 to $1.25, the price paid by canners
climbed gradually to the $2.00 level in late December and continued at
this figure until around the middle of April. Then when the orange
juice price broke, grapefruit also declined. During April and May, the
delivered range was from $1.35 to $1.50. Towards the close of the sea-
son, there was a fair demand for late bloom grapefruit to blend with
the wind-up Valencias by both concentrators and single strength canners.
Astounding as it may seem, there were only three weeks during
the 1949-50 season (through June 2nd) when the auction average for In-
terior white Marsh grapefruit on the 10 leading markets dropped below
$4.00. For the week ending Nov. 18th, 51 cars failed to make $4.00 by
an infinitesminal difference of one lone copper or $3.99. During the
last week in January, the month that Texas shipped the heaviest of the
season, 43 cars of Florida Interior white Marsh dropped to $3.83. Then
again during the week ending June 2nd, when cantaloups were furnishing
keen competition, the average was only $3.83. For the most of June,
the weekly averages were barely under the $4.00 mark. With the above
exceptions, and the first 86 cars of the season together with the last
14 which averaged in excess of $5.00 the Interior auction averages
held at the $4.00 to $5.00 level on white Marsh. AA all time record,
even surpassing the light volume boom-time years in the 'twenties', was
established when all varieties, all sections, both white and pink, aver-
aged $5.04 per box for the season.




TANGERINES

Volume movement of Florida tangerines was fully three weeks lat-
er than in 1948-49, but finished so much earlier that the last reported
shipments a year ago were eight weeks later than in 1949-50. The first
straight rail car of tangerines was reported Oct. 29th. It was nearly
a week later before the second rail car moved out, or Nov. 3rd. Thru
Nov. 5th, Florida had shipped only 2 straight cars of tangerines in con-
trast to 222 cars to the corresponding date in 1948. The 3rd and 4th
rail cars in 1949 were out Nov. 10th and llth, respectively. Through
Nov. 15th, Florida had shipped only 24 straight rail cars compared to
630 to the corresponding date a year ago. The movement did not really
get under way until the last few days in November. The first three
full weeks in December were the heaviest of the season, averaging 818
cars weekly for combined rail, truck, boat and the proper proportion
of mixedd. These three weeks' shipments more than doubled any other
similar period during the season. The combined total movement was
slightly less than a year ago or 6,525 compared to 6,606. Straight
rail cars were 313 lighter, but the heavier movement by truck more than
offset this difference. A 50 per cent increase in the cannery utili-
zation of tangerines over any previous year accounted for the major
change in marketing. Distribution was good, particularly for the truck
movement. The equivalent of 1,088 cars by truck was destined East,
823 West and 794 South. In the rail shipments 1,173 cars were destin-
ed East, 687 West and 316 South.






The f.o.b price on tangerines opened with the first few cars
selling on the basis of 03.75 for 210s and larger. As volume increas-
ed, the price dropped sharply and for the week ending Dec. 16th, 176s
and larger sold from $2.50-2.75 with size 210s ranging from $2.00 to
$2.25. During the last of December and the first week in January, the
tangerine market declined still further with most sales in January at
the $1.75-2.00 range. Beginning the first week in February and con-
tinuing throughout the month, there was a pronounced drop in shipments,
but $2.00 was the prevailing f.o.b market. As the movement declined,
the majority of straight cars were rolled for auction sales. By the
last of March, the combined weekly movement of tangerines was down be-
low the 100 car per week mark. Unseasonably warm weather during Decem-
ber and January hastened maturity of the late bloom fruit and volume
shipments did not continue nearly as late as expected,
On tree prices ranged from $1.00 to $2.00 for 1-3/5 bu. box.
Prices in the upper half range were mostly for 'spot' picking or first
picking early in the season for fruit that would pass the maturity
standards at that time.
The cannery range generally throughout the season was from 750
to $1.00 a box delivered. Towards the close of the shipping period, or
early in March, there were a few sales up to $1.10 delivered with most
of this fruit being utilized in the first commercial pack of concentrat-
ed tangerine juice. After canners began using tangerines, there were
three weeks in January when the weekly volume ranged from 75,000 to
100,000 boxes. Beginning the last week in January and continuing thru
the first week in March, the weekly volume exceeded 135,000 boxes for
five consecutive weeks averaging over 165,000 per week.
During the first few weeks of the 1949-50 season, nearly 100
cars of Florida tangerines sold on the 10 auctions at averages exceed-
ing $4.50 per half box. For the weeks ending Dec. 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd &
30th (heaviest offerings) the weekly averages were $3.61, $3.12, $2.61,
$2.59 and $2.38, respectively. There was me week during the entire sea-
son, the average dropped below $2.00 or the week ending Jan. 13th when
194 cars sold for an average of $1.94. As usual, the first part of
January was the low price period compared with the remainder of the sea-
son. As supplies decreased, auction prices advanced sharply and averag-
es for the last weeks of the season were as follows: Mar. 31st- 37 cars
@ $3.43; Apr. 7th- 21 cars @ $3.35; Apr. 14th- 5 cars @ $3.23; Apr.
21st- 2 cars @ $5.12 and Apr. 28th- 3 cars 0 03.68.






DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1949-50 SEASON ,.

Rail distribution and actual unloads (rail and boat) were obtained
on 17,808 cars of oranges 9,437 grapefruit 2,644 tangerines 4,174
mixed citrus, for a grand total of 34,063 cars. Interstate truck destina-
tions to June 1st totaled th' equivalent of 19,280 cars of oranges 6,315
grapefruit and 2,600-tangerines (basis of 500 boxes to car) or a truck
total for all citrus of 28,285 cars. The combined total for all carriers
62,348 cars.

In comparing distribution with shipments, it should be kept in
mind that destinations for cities and towns without unload information
are not available before the Market News Office on citrus was opened and
after it was closed. Also unavailable were destinations on 3,014 cars of
1.c.1 mixed citrus (consolidated into carlots) yia 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 1949-50 season,
as compiled by the Florida Citrus Exchange at Tampa, Florida, was 490 box-
es. Segregated 1949-50 oranges 490.9, grapefruit 496.9 and tanger-
ines 464.1.

The conversion factor of 500 boxes, was used in 1949-50 season
for converting both truck and boat shipments to carlots.





CALIFORNIA & TEXAS AUCTION PRICES FOR 1949-50 SEASON

Detailed auction data for California citrus may be obtained from
A. E. Prugh, Market News Service, P.M.A., 300 1Wholesale Terminal Building,
Los Angeles' 21, California. For similar information on Texas citrus write
R. E. Winfrey, Market News Service, P.M.A., Weslaco, Texas.





-1-
HiLe: Carlot shipments (rail, boat and express) by weeks oranges & tangerines,grape-
fruit and mixed citrus wore taken froi tWeekly Junmay ofarlot Shmen
as released by the Washington Off ice o the o rodnction & Maiketing Adminisetratiun.
ORANGES AIMo TAIAERIlES CAFLOT SIIPEMETS (AIL & BOAT' BY WME-S


Week rLORIDA CALIF. TEX&S* ARIZ. AII. OMES* TOTALS

ig 1949-50 1948-49 49-50 48-4949-50 148-49 49-50 48-49 -50148-49 4.50 48-49


1949

8/27
9/ 3
10
17
24
10/1
8
15
22
29

12
19
26
12/3
10
17
24
31
1950
14
21
28

18

18
25
3/4


4/1
8
15
22
29
5/6
13
20
27

17
24
7/1
8
15
22


19
26


~.~~~~.1 I.


TOTAL 17499 2614 26682 2927


Orgs, Ramgs. mga. Tangs.


8 -
1 -
47
7 379 1
60 571 5
131 1 469 55
247 1 566 161
393 3 607. 182
444 19 551 226
487 103 509 203
480 181 808 215
782 290 1037 275
1044 243 1215 331
611 405 628 280
16 4 1
422 199 1015 220
608 182 1189 201
613 99 854 117
426 157 587 70
434 175 630 29
498 135 975 10
491 114 818 .8
438 84 809 23
437 90 889 48
546 54 844 47
588 38 721 65
459 24 686 27
502 13 716 39
458 2 723 21
575 2 823 28
505 1 775 11
532 813 6
553 771 3
580 962 3
586 884 9
542 790 1
524 622 2
455 519 4
451 427
263 240 -
104 96 -
69 49 -
80 30 -
31 16 -
15 8 -
11 -
1 -


43548 38680


198 819


504 467


26 40


1010 961
942 1090
867 1146
909 1177
814 1234
939 1160
998 1068
1061 926
925 688
641 463
361 321
197 163
483 62
1130 443
1100 1101
1020 1062
356 638
158 360
625 658
616 792
511 547
580 395
665 330
598 460
534 449
761 565
753 552
737 547
S658 571
709 575
798 522
849 538
844 482
884 462
687 488
826 407
725 425
831 490
993 335
1036 736
1026 1017
864 724
1136 849
1020 765
1102 895
961 1190
1063 1149
1010 1207
1111 1252
1092 1227
1040 1000
931 1016
1072 1010


1010 961
942 1090
867 1146
909 1185
814 1235
939 1161
998 1129
1059 1336
987 1293
783 1029
622 1090
610 980
1002 870
1783 1269
1861 2279
3164 2508
1699 2272
1209 1336
691 753

1306 2094
1347 1998
1320 1395
1269 1006
1228 1156
1180 1555
1374 1416
1279 1385
1268 1484
1261 1465
1337 1362
1283 1235
1366 1300
1306 1239
1461 1311
1193 1281
1358 1230
1278 1210
1411 1470
1580 1248
1580 1537
1555 1641
1320 1249
1589 1276
1287 1005
1214 991
1033 1239
1143 1179
1041 1223
1126 1260
1103 1227
1041 1000
931 1016
1072 1010

64389 69615


Includes few oars tangerines
Note: 1948-49 corrected by weeks; 1949-50 following Apr. 29, 1950 subject to correction.





.. 3 2-
MO MI-T CAMOLOT SMMUTS (PA=. & %oaM) BY =S~


Week
asn/Hs


1949

8/27
Vl'3
10
17

10/ 1
156
22
S2
11/s6


12/ 3.
10
17
24
31

14
21
28
2/, 4
11
18
25
3/ 4
11
18
,25
as


13

'20
27
6/ 3
10.
17'
34
7/ 1
8
22
29
8/ 5
12
19
26


LmlIn c_ I Own u s az.I "AZ I o a I P ,rTS
.sIo5j 48 ca49--r0(-4 4I4849 l a~ 49-50| 4 4.6.I 4f-l 4|849Em
4- Z48o -W7 49 1 4940146-401 49601 48-49 149-60148-BS


3
S15

1
6
46
156
191
169
214
233
175
165
160
178
173
77

: 61
S335
276
248
202
247
367

361
279
402
.368
413
410
382
296
285
368
381
273
.226
167
121
152
48
17

1
4
2
4
9


50
277
172
204
220
381
601
459
3655
220
243
289
282
286
301
244
226

288
344
430
328
339
379
439
621
574
460
591
608
484
441
520
508
371
306
323
256
152
82
81
89
46
24
9
2
4
4

-
-
-


30
31
S34
24
38
24
21
7
3







4

5
11
8
4
3
4
14
8
4
9
13
10
3
8
17
17
18
14
8
12
18
15
20
23
58
46
49
162
170
139
S70
48
50
38


15
46
67
71
147
140
176
127
197
175
130


262
196
146
177
157
114
57
41
17
11
4
1
1
5
1
148


S.

*-


1
29
125 .
208
240
316
283
416
351
403-
300
249
284

401
568
399
329
383
263
108
90
36
35
15
6
6
1.
*

***


30 73
S 34 130
49 316
24 .186
39 210
30 226
67 385
178 533
240 .585
S 249 567
320 462
3 390 563
12 336 584
4 366 703
12 310 864
20 389 724
20 468 564
6 329 484
15 213 301

3 386 692
8 623 20
7 485 841
4 414 667
6 389 736
11 '425 659
12 501 561
17 404 732
27 414 .641
26 316 523
29 438 637
26 396 644
13 432 507
14 .430 462
23 413 550
16 318 529
13 319 399
24 396 344
39 408 381
38 297 303
39 262 228
42 200 175
46 157 '.178
31 180 175
10 114 130
S 63 78
- 49 39
- 162 36
- 173 42
- 163 77
75 72
54 49
59 35
38 30


5 42
6 40
40 24
42 15
41 10
47 7.
41 5
21 -
3
2
2
3 -
4
1 -





- .



'1 -

1 -




1 -



1 9
1 3
1 2
2
1







1
1
2-

4
6

7
6


TOTALS 9373 13813 1313 1044 2819 5845 509. 615 14014 21317 267 184

1opi 1948-49 corrected by Weeksj 1949I50 tollovwig Ap. .29, iM60 subject to oorrection.


" '


I





.3-
.Hplzro cnams CBLos ans, anerm .LQ Ta-tSiims r


=J1InM CALISFoIA :.:E AS. ARIo A TOALS
S484 49 48-49 4 48-49 4954850 .4.56 48.


Week
lhdiW'
1949

27
3
10.
17
24
10/ 1,
8
22
29
1/ 5
12
19
26
12/ 3
10
17
24
31
1950
14
21
28
2/ 4
11
18
25
3/ 4
11
18
25
4/ 1
8
15
22
29
5/ 6
13
20
27?
6/ 3
10
17
24
7/ 1
8
15
22
29
/ 5
12
19
26


I.


-- Mft
6
2 6
3 18
1 29
6 33
7 30
.20 63
21 83
20 102
'81 187
213 384
138 207
17 79


1
5
1 .
7
22
4 94
28 113
31 119
70 154
73 322'
S109 '3261
199 288
265 438
517 597
802 1055
.731 .729
.85 .- 93

294 :396
318 438
275 381
262 271
263 .256
245 293
278 306
235 355
'229 469
246 433
243 383
250 359
242 330
.208 ,350
182 366
160 349
351 ;281
165 262
152 281
120 228
114 193
102 118
74 .116
71 91
36 45
15 33
2 14
6 9
11
9
1


67 81
68 69
48 48
56 39
41 36
50 28
31 54
.39 120
51 161
39 163
87 196
89 260
137 326
328 3'?
301 51 8
6:06 796
1022 1443
.874 941
108 183


5
2
8
3
5
3
4
2


63
70
46

39
30
17
19
17

11.
6
6
4










- l


'.359
393
329
316
323
397
.315
.268
.250
279
276
'.288
273
, .233
208
188
.184
192
176
154
148
140
,119
110
89
68
57
98
119
115
80
88
81
69


510
552
349
352
358
376
483:
440
391
369
343
365
391
368
300
279
300
236
314
155
151
141
98
78
66
77
72..,
70
60
49
61
67


1 7
3 6.
8 10
15 15
21 14
20 14
18 27
16 19
12 14
22 15
27T: 8
32 10
26 '12
25 13
26 22
28 18
33 18
27. 8
24 10
34 6
33 19
38 36
45 35
39 49
53 53
53 55
55 52
92 68
119 61
115 61
80 59
08 49
81 61
69 67


TO'AL 7852 11606 1836' 1399 192 1669 37 51 10624 14725

,:, 1948-49 o orrectedpy wela, 1949-50 following Apr. 29, 195Q subject to correction.


- ? ~i~T






tQBlnDL MItnD


-.4-
cAR ANAtlYSQIS. EABL 5~I~t41~N!S..194&.50 ~XSCIAS


1949

73
17
24
10/1
15
22
29

19
26
12/3.

17
24
31
1950
171
21



24
18





8
15



20
27
63





22
29
29


ORANGES G AP T IT TANGERINES
aJo j eek r Toa te


-




60.0
77.4
55.1
50.0
65.1
72.9
48.2
59.0
63.4
63,3
57.7

63.5
54.9
52.9
54,2
50.4
51.6

58,8
50.8
56.4
52.0
54;0
53.1
63.5
61,7
60.4
63,3
64.8
57.2
59.2
57,9
61.8
61.5
62.4
66.0
46.0
17.0
79.9
75.0
75.0


60.0
55,6
55,3
53.4.
57.5
63.4
58.4
58.6
60.4
61.3
61.1

6lh3
60.7
59,4
59.8
59,2
58.7
58,7

58,5
58.2
58,0
57.9
58.0
58.2
58.2
58,3
58.4
58,4
58.4
58,4
58.5
57.9
56.9
56.9
56.8
57.0
57.0
57.0-


40.0
22,6
44,9
40.3
28.5
16.9
30.4
18.3
17,2
13.0
28,2
19.3
21.3
31,9
22.3
23.0
27.5
25.7
28,6
32,7
34.1
37.8
39,2
44.5
30.1
38.3
39,6
36.1
35,2
42,8
40.8
42.1
38.2
38.5
37.6
36.0
55.0
83.0
20,1
25.0
26.0


a-









29.9
30.0
30,0
25,3
22,2
19.8
20.1

20.0
20.1
21.9
21,1

21,5
21.8
22.1
22.5
23.1
23,7
24.4
25.0
25.2
25,5
25.9
26,1
26.13
26,3
26.7
26.9
27.2
27.3
27.4
28,7
27.8
27.8
27.9
27.7
27.7
27.7


-

*



9,7
6.4
10.2
21,4
22.7
19;4
23.7
14.1

17.2




17,5
13,2
10,5
9,5
10.2
6.8
2,4.
6.4
,0

.0
o0
.0
.0
.0
.0

,0
.0
.0
.0
.0


-


3.5
4.5
6.7
11.6
16.1
17,4
19,0


18,7
18.7

19,1
19.7
19,6
19.7
19J8
18.9
18 4
18.1
17.6
17.1
16,8
16.3
15.9
15,6
15,2
14.7
14.4
14,4
14.3
14.1.
13,4
15,3
15.3
15.3
15,3
15,3
15,3


wanibshed thbrou the courtey of the Statitical Departmnt,
S "lorida Citrua Eichaoge, Tmdipa, a..


--~--C--CAR ANA-T SIR. Mn Mn42M 1949,ZO Sr AMN"* ~





M. 5 -
TotA fIth CITEUS BanLa.s . 3i1fAtih& .'Im WraiRts(. R94X5o arASOK


SIncludes h p per ira or ion oef 'saed' ovare
& truck shipmaents- intra. & interstate movement


Week .O EAN'G 8 ( t.A. U I A"N G I N E.
Eding ailj at *Trok ill otR ****.rack. ai Boat *Trudc
1949 rs Cars Car Cars as Cars Cars Cars CCar


8/27
9/ 3
10
17
24
8
15
32
29
11/ 5

28
12/ 3
10
17
24
31
1950

14
21
28
2/ 4
11
18
25
3/ 4
11
18
25
4/ 1
8
15
22
29
5/ 6
13
20
27
6/ 3
10
17
24
7/ 1
8
15
22
29
8/ 5
12
19
26


-





77
155
286
403
479
603
535
S994
1473
968
65

533
679
640
462
452
504
538
471
469
S:592
607
485
512
S 476
574
491
518
557
* ,547
. 524
502
482
410
379
243
111
69
.85
31
15
11
1


27.
36
.29
73"
93
79
-




106

76

1166
1i$
121
111
104
98
93.
107
109
118
114
113
111
110
103
120
133
106
105
91
116
43
113.
111


-

3.
10
109
397,
619
645
854
914
696
790
1034
1372
859

755
584
559
477
511
527.
524:
525
529
678
638
537,
567
525
570
593
567
525
490
531
466
396
352
288
115
78
33
27
3

1
1
1


3
15

1
6
46
168
202
176
245
238
173
159
192
225
365
215
101

182
337
310
257
204
264
364
321
358
308
420
395
451
393
390
300
285
365
386
268
248
178
125
146
47
25
2
1
1
4
2
4
9


.4



24
33
40
48

53


66
54


74
4e


74

71
70
81
62
59
54
61
60.

4as
24
33
14

0 ,
tK)


3
14

3
9
112
212
208
210
214
197,
181.
127
129
176
199
88
35.

153
207
189.
164
141
214
260
240
274.
295
344
347
324
273
292
232
243
247
240
157
149
116
85
80
31.
16
5S
5
7
8
12
6
5
3


1
1
10
21
.110
201
368
* 364
521
12

228
*228
119
195
220
165
146
94
102
65
56
39
12
14
1
1
220


-65


21
30.
22
24
25
21
17
21
12
12
7
.2
7
1
1
1





-
w
-


r



-
t

10 .
62
123
239
352
a93
327

240

184
146
127
103
90
"75
.60
41
23
8
S2
3






-


.T 10,,, ..... . ..- ...4
,soTaI 19017 3087 8^65: 9" ,- .166,, 7481, , ?4, 409 2822


*- Domestic only.


**- Corrected


i i IF





. -
TOSAL; 855958558~~ 3508554 CISS 18158ID~


14950Q AiD 1948- 49 A~N5


hI : Includes rail, turck, cpres t& 'Mxeo' citrus broken doun into proper proportions.
Truck redoed to oar-lot equivalents on basis 500 boxes per oar,
AGeS HAwPaa G i TANGERIHE. S T OTALS
Week
Weedig 1949-50 194849 1941948.449 1949-"50 W849 194990 19|48-4 194950 198-49
I ars cW cars cars W-w I6ws Uner VMrs


8/87
97 3
10
17
24
10/ 1
8
15
22
29
11/ 5
12
19
26
12/ 3
10
17
24
31
1950
14
21
25
2/ 4
11
18
25
3/ 4
11

is
258
15
22
29
5/ 6
13
D20
27
6/ 3
10
17
24
7/ 1
8
is
15
22
29
8/ 5
12
19
26


931
1284
13286
1398
2121
2924
1933
65
1364
1368
'1317
1045
1078
1152
1t73
1100
1096
1,363
1352.
1131
1197
1215
1257
1195
1195
1185
1157
1188
1064
983
853
783
401
189
102
112
34
15
12
13
2
1


6
636
29
35
12 4
75 15
327 158
895 370
1123 410
983 386
1197 469
1301 469
1300 387
1309 326
1803 369
2329 449
3136 07
1658 356
66 136
2476 371
2210 610
1765 553
1419 .470
1587 403
2168 528
1817 698
1994 643
2158 710
2034 658
1795 838
1711 813
1682 845
1734 746
1918 744
1719 591
1646 582
1595 673
1699 686
1524 479
1298 .433
1048 322
890 234
703 259
369 92
153 41
82 7
48 6
37 8
28 12
3 14
2 10
2 14
2 3


-W
50
399
277
310
384
630
788
699
546
378
425
0490
475
565
592
621
497
24
599
672
755
622
647
772
858
. 1108
1073
957
1062
1105
914
865
950
890
700
60?
601
468
310
176
164
167
91
46
19
9.
11
10
3
3
3
3


11
1 123
1 312
20 374
88 536
246 429
477 470
759. 675
791 898
905 565
12 18
489 490
380 423
233 240
403 151
391 81
313 46
266 32
205 52
189 92
137 93
104 117
64 78
27 80
17 48
5 66
2 27
1 23
17
~- 9
12
4
5
1
1



-


6
29
ai
4
18
168
488
884
1161
1391
1763
1904
1899
2244
3329
4322
3194
213
223324
2356
.2103
S1918
1872
1993
2137
1948
1995
2158
2294
2008
2069
1878
2006
1788
1778
1858
Imsr
1843
1667
1487
1305
1087
1042
493
230
109
118
43
27
2a8
12
14
4


TOTAL 43369 58755 1901 25390 65 666 6585 6: 6O 90751

Note. 1948-49 corrected by veeks; 1949-50 following Apr. 29, 1950 subject to oorreotion.


50
399
312
322
469
967
1833
1662
1887
2100
2326
2113
2838
3596
4655
2720

3565
3305
2760
2192
2315
2986
2707
3154
3323
3084
2974
2894
2676
2647
2933
2636
2369
2219
2309
2004
1613
1228
1059
871
461
199
101
57
48
38
6
5
5
5





S7 -
osLRIDa FmJsTfaoES SE.- B=r Jl lM-9 AT.T al 19.49.50 SoEASON


Week OR ANG :8 :. I GRA .JE U I' GER I E S
szai Bs Used [ p t Box UpJ tq. Q.on I '' To.Date:


Sr.pt. 3
10
17
24
Oct. 1
8

29





17
Nov. '5

19
.26
D.oQ. 3
10
17
24
31
1950
Ja--. 7
.14

<28
11
18
25
11






34
18



22
'29
13
20
S27
June 3
10
*17
24
July 1
8
15
S22
29


244




1,287"
13,242
42,909
S180,894
'234,568
611,848
834,202
1,151,050
1;292,286
1,617,402
1,640,537
1,377,794
1,821,326
1,872,085
1,711,531
1 i ,0505
1 306,661
:1,097,893
.1,100,653
992,056
847,297
'659,030
514,901
569,038
S773,284
789,176
833,065
968,958
1,078,747.
1,193,072
1,187,254
1,111.033
1,081,687"
929,830
858,860
597,559
'. 310,046
58,192
22,388'
S 3,873
S1,343
144


244
244
244.
S244
244
244
1;531
14,773
S57,682
238,576
473;144
* 1,084;,92
1,919,194
3,070,244
4,362.530
5,979,932
7,620,469
8,998,263
10,819,589
12,691 ,674
14, 403,V5
15,768,710
17,071,;1.
'18,169 ,24
19,269;9 ?
20,261 ,973
21, 109, 70
21,768,300
22,283,201
22,852,239
23.625,523
24,414,699
25,247,.764
26,216,722
27,295,469
28,488,541
29,675,795
30,786,828
31,868,515
32,798,345
33,657,205
34,254,764
34,564,809
34,623,001
34,645,389
34,849,262
34,6: ,605
34,650,749


S10,762



13,651
23,423
25,398
,60O104
'9,792
.411
9,618
,2148
~a4,544
318,451
313,436
$3,474
535,196
597,760
742,190
778,747
783,916
737,158
.764,138
714,940
783,596
67 .m826
441,488
379,192
360;874
290,907
233,779
212,677
197,039
207,393
199,870
276,160
296,863
295 675
291,122
242,041
94,658
23,350
S8,015
2,133
1,154


Farnisde through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Commisoiobf, Lekeland, Florida


10,762
10,783
10,763
10,76 3
10,762
24,413
47,836
73,234'
123,338
203,130
369,541
530,159.,-
742,307
1,026,851
1,345,303
1,658,7380
2,022,212;
2,537,408
3,135,168.
3,877,3586
4,654,106
5,418,021
6,155,179
.6,919,317
7,634,257
8,397,853.
.8,944,130
9,521,956
9,963,444
S10,342,636
10,703,510
10,994,417.
11,233,196
11,445,873
11,642,912
11,850,305
12,050,175
12,326,335
12,623,198
12,918,873
13,199,995
13,442,036
13,536,695
'13,560,044
13,568,059'
13,570,192
13,571,346


6,692
29,196
540664
M-7
19,930
82,204
94111
96,735
1839 478
186,002
16," 779
164,369
137,476
54004
465717
20,988
S65
-



-
.

-


-








'884
7,576
36,772
91,636
166,00'9
251,876
271,706
353,910
448,021
544,756
727,234
913,036
1,076;8i5
1,241,074
1,378 ,50
1,466,638
1,521,542
1,567,259
1,588.246
1,590430
1,590965
1 ,690 353
1,690,363
1,590;353
1,590,353
1,590,3563
1,590,353
1,590.,353
1,590,353
1,590,353
1,590,353
1,590.353
1,590,353
1 590,363
1,590,353
1,590,353
1,590363


: i ~-i :1
.. -
: -



i'..





-8-
PROUJCTIM:AID-TIIZTION UNID..S ES
CITEUS COPS OF 1946-47 to 1948-49,. -fB SIVE
Crop Reporting ioar4.- Bureau of Agricult~iralb' onomics

OiAL P FARM DISSiTION'. UTILIZATION OF SALES
T6TP .duo-
GCRWP d .... .l......... ........
S. tion For
SEASON C- Having Farm es Total
S SAON TION Value House- Sola
/ hold Sales Processed
___U__ se


ORAGES (Including Tangerines)
1946-47
1947.A48 3/
1948-49 f


1946-47
1947-48 3.
1948-49

(Excluding Tangerines)
1946-47
1947-48
1948-48 9

Early & Mid.-Season 5/
1946-47
1947.48
1948-49 4/

Valencia 5/ .:
1946-47
1947-48 7
1948-49
GRAPESIWIT
1946-47
1947-48 3
1948-49


1946-47
1947-48
1948-49 4/


- Box basis Thousand boxes
118,540 .115,901 727
114,510 '112,047 777
104,02. 103,155- 782

Ton basis Thousand tons
4,979 4,866 31
4,850 4,786 33
4,436 4,403 33


- Box basis
113,840
110,510
99,620


2/
115,174
112,170
102,373


4,8W5"
4,7~3
4 7?


- Thousand boxes
112,001 682 lil,319
199,547 732 108,815;
98,755 732 : 98,023


'83,540
S71,461



3,479
2,982
2,"19


80,616
68,705
58,324


31,634
40,709
40,698


1,356
1,771
1,751


30,703
40,110
39,699


6/ Box basis Thousand boxes 2
.' .54,330 52,945
53 780 53.253


47,260

- Box basis
59,510
56,730
52,360


46,770

- Thousand boxes 2
'59,056
56,294
51,985


- Box basis Thousand boxes


59,520
61,630
45,430


55,484 *,' 217
54,620 237
45,378 237


Ton basis Thousand tons


2,330
2,427
1,790


'2,175
2,155
1,788


55,267
54,433
45,141,


2,167
2,146
1,779










28,217 27,050
24,892 29,541
-21,926- : .2315


1,101
974
862


1,066
1,172
917

. .


1/ See individual State tables for explanation of differences between "total production" and
production having value,.
SNet content of box varies, For oranges in California and Arizona, the approximate average
is considered to be 77 pounds, For'CCalifornia and Arizona grapefruit, the approximate aver-
age is considered to be 65 pounds in California Desert Valleys and Arizona and 68 pounds in
California areas other than Desert Valleys. For Florida and other States, net content ies
considered to be 90 pounds for oranges and 80 pounds for grapefruit. Equivalent tos'fi'wre
derived on the basis of the above box weights,
Revised,
Preliminary,
Estimates of utilization of oranges, by varieties, not available for all States.
/ For California and Arizona Navels and Miscellaneous.





-9-
PBOICTION .AND U .ILIaTION -. IlOBIDL C aWSM
CRpS O7?: LIto .19. Sf9 INC1XSI1V
Crop Reporijg'o40 Ba of Agricultural Economics

I IMC A .Z UTILIZATION OF


ALL ORANGES
1946-47 53;~0,: 350
1947-48 58,4W0 400
1948-49 58,300 400'


EALY & MIDSASON
1946-47 30,500
1947-48 31,000
1948-49 32,000


VAIENCIAS
1946-47
1947-48
1948-49
TANGERINES
19476-48
1947-48
1948-49
ALL GRAPEFIUIT
1946-47
1947-48
1948-49

SEEDLESS


23,200
217,400b
26,300

4,700
4,000
4,400

29,000
33,000
30,200


1946-47 14,000
1947-48 14,800
1948-49 14,700
O'uER HWAN SEFEDESS
1946-47 15,000
1947-48 18,200
1948-49 15,500


LIMES'"
1946-47 170
1947-48 170
1948-49 200


52,450
.58,000
.57,900


200 29,400
225 30,775
225 31,775


150
175-
175

45
45
50

120
140
140-


50
60
60

70
80
80




V3


23,050
: 27,225
26,125

3,855
3,355
4,350

26 ,280
29,160
30,060

13,150
12,340
14,640


M IR' ail
b T'oa InTLcding
elq Express
o0u a."." 'i d" Boxes 2
--- - - - -


132,564 30,297
*'.*7579 25,322
:31, 648& .28,647


19,360 18,163
14,913 -13,650
16,463 ~5,112


13,204
12,666
14,585

-2,924
2,756
3,351


10,414
9,709
13,754'


7,100
50859
9,324


13,130 3,314
16,820 ,: ,.,865Q
15,420 4,430

e -


142
164
164


12,134
11,672
13,535 .

2,497
2,368
2,943


9,437
8,638
12,451

6,653
5,417
8,731

2,784

3,720
"-'* ,.


25,471
19,588
16,447

15,111
10,365
.8,398

10,360
9,223
8,049

1,970
1,700
1,827


Q8 248.
7,486
.8,827


5,839,
4,896
*.,189

2,409
2,790
2,638


1,316
27
17.


3,510
5,707
12,183


540 2,512
27 ; 3,258
17 6,697


776



89


.998
2,449
5,486-

438
668
1,116


631 558
9 1,143
3,624


551
8


80
1


263
713
2,542

295
430
1,082


2,267
2,257
2,401


1,197
1,263
1,351


1,

Ll


19,886
30,421
26,852


10,040
15,862
15,312


,070 9,846
994 14,559
,050 11,540

427 931
388 599
408 999


977
1,071
1,303


.16,866
19,451
16,306


447 6.050 .
442 6,481
593 5,316

530 9,816
629 12,970
710 10,990


- 28
S 6
- 36


1/ "Total production" and "production of value" are the Same each season.

2 -Ne',t ontents of box of Florida oranges and tagerines 90 pounds; grapefruit and limes
.80 pounds I .
3/ .. Ne .,., bl r ... *.. ,
,'. ,. ..


. v -.L ,


rr r r
r r





10 -
PROIPCTION AND UTILIZATION -. CALIFORNIA CITPS
CROPS. OT ]946-47 to 1948-49 INCLUSIVE
Crop Reporting board Bureau of Agricultural-Economics

T'TA FAM DISPOSITION -UTILIZATION OF SALES
TOTAL
CROP PRO- uc-. -or Fresh Sales Total
IUC- tion Farm__ Pro
SEASON TION Havin8 House- .Sold esse
Value hold ceLseo
1/ Use Total Packed Loose


ALL ORAMBES
1946-47
1947-48 3/
1948-49-1


53,530
45,830
36,910


T thousand B s o ze s


52,591
44,873
36,045


NAVELS & MISCELLAEOUS


1946-47
1947-48
1948-49 41

VALENCIAS
1946-47
1947-48 3/
1948-49


19,670
18,900
11,910


33,860
26,930
25,000


ALL GRAPEE UIT
1946-47 3,120
1947-48 3/ 2,340
1948-49 / 2,050
DSERT VALLEYS
1946-47 1,220
1947-48 3/ 960
1948-49 790
OTHER AREAS
1946-47 1,900
1947-48 3/ 1,470
1948.49 1,260
LEMONS
1946-47 13,800
1947-483/ 12,870
1948-49 / 9,800


IfONS Tons 2/
1946-47 545,100
1947-48 V508,365
1948-49 387,100


19,185
18,379
11,420


33,406
26,494
24,625


3,107
2,414
2,038

1,207
944
778

1,900
1,470
1,260


13,800
12,870
9,800



545,100
508,365
387,100


232 52,359
232 44,641
232 35,813


107 19,078
107 18,272
107 11,313


125 33,281
125 26,369
125 24,500


20
20
20

4
4
4

16
16
16


15
15
15


3,087
2,394
2,018

1,203
940
774

1,884
1,454
1,244


13,785
12,855
9,785


42,069 39,810
35,443 32,4907
23,596 21,552


17,505
15,946
9,096


24,564
19,497
14,500


2,354
1,755
.1,344

919
S696
403

1,435
1,059
941


9,371
8,469
7,557


-16,448
14,158
7,952


23,362
18,339.
13,580


2,344
1,746
1,334

911
690
397.

1,433
1,055-
937


9,103 .
8,277
7,386


Ton Basis


592 544,508
592 507,773
592 386,508


370,155
334,526
298,502


2,259
2,946
2,064


1,057
1,788
1,144


1,202
1,158
920


10
10
10

8
6
6

2
4
4


10,290
9,198
12,217


1,573
2,326
2,217


8,717
6,872
10,000


733
639
674

284
244
371

449
395
303


268 4,414
S192 4,386
S170 .2,228



174,353
173,247
S- 88,006


1/ Differences between '"total production" and "production having
to charity or eliminated. ,I. .


value" include quantities


2 Net content of box of California oranges considered to be 77 pounds; grapefruit in Desert
Valleys 65 pounds (in other areas, 68 pounds) and lemons 79 pounds. Equivalent to2zs
for lemons were derived on the basis of the above weight.

/ Revised,

4/ Preliminary.


--





.. --11 -
PROIWCTION. & UTILIZATION .=. ;RIZOIA & OIDUISIANA CITRUS
CBQES" Op- 19447:4 i1-A849 .INC=SIVE
Crop Reporting Bo&'u aii. f. Agricultural Economics


TPA P.L DISPOSITION UTILIZATION OF SALES

. ......SEASON.- For Farm
SHouse- Sold Fresh Tote
..:. / hold Sales Processed
~~___________________. Use


- .. Thou's. and


TXAS ORANGES, ALL


ARIZONA


19,46-47
3947..48

EARY & MIDSEASON /
1946.47
.,:. 1947-48
S", ; 1948-49
VAM CIAS '3/
1946-47
1947-48
., 1948.49
GRAPEFBIT, ALL ''
1946-47
1947-48
S148..49
- ORACS, ALL
1946-47
1947-48
1948-49


NAVELS & MISCELLAEOUtS
1946-47
1947-48 n;
1948-49
VAIENCIAS
1946-47
1947-48
1948-49
CRAPEMiJIT, AML
1946-47
1947-48
1948-49
LOUISIA NA- ORNGES, ALL
1946-47
1947-48
194.l-.4l


5,000

3,400

S 3,150
3,100'
, 2,600'

1,850
2,100
800

23,300
23,200
11,300


1,200
780
S 710


600
480
450.


600
30,@ .
260

4,100
3,00 .
1,880

4102'
30 .
f3M


"/ "Total production', and. "production having r~aue" are


the same each season, .


2/ Net content of box of oranges in Texas and Louisiana, 90 pounds; in Arizona, 77 pounds.-;
Net content of bo ,of grapefruit in Texas, 80 pounds; in Arizona, '65 pound.'

3/ Utilizatio of exas oranges, by varieties, not available. .


4,607
4,831
2,931


13,815
12,174
5 ,96


4,930
5,130
3,330


22,735
20,835
11,235


1,186
760
696

593
467
443

593
293
253

3,165
2,044
1,828

394
284
2A4


992
578
471

..508
392
361


484
'186
110

1,634
1,254.
872.

'38J
274
274


194
182
225

85

82


109
-107
143

1,531

: ;.958.

10
TM"


~'c~ ~ ---


''

,


, 8,9Sao
1*'8 661
,5,37Q





12 -
::- CI'US ADS T S4 1949 0T 1950-
Total ail Carlot Unloads in 100 Cities & Impots Canadian Cities
(Includes Boat Converted to Carlot Equivalents
By States of Origin


City -: . I


Akron, 0.
Albany, N.Y.
Altoona, Pa.
A~arillo, Tex.
Atlanaa, Ga.
Baltiiore, Md.
Beaumont, Tex. "
Birmzngham, Ala.
Boston, Mass.
Bridgeport, Coin.
Buffalo, N.Y.
Butte, Mont.*
Charleston, S. C,
Charleston; W.Va.
Charlotte, N.C.
Chattanooga, Tenn.
Chicago, 111.,
Cincinmati, 0.*
Cleveland,. 0.*"
Columbia, 'S.C.
Coluibus; 0.
Dal'as, Tex.
Davenport, la. #
Dayton, 0,
Den-er, Colo.*
Des Moines, la.*
Detroit, Mich.*
Duluth, Minn.
El Paso, Tex.
Evansville, Ind.
Flint, Mtch.
Foat Wayne, Ind.
Fort Worth, Tax.
Grand Eapids, Mich.
GreensbBro, N.C.
Hartford, Conn.
Houston, Tex.
Huntington, W.Vea
Indianapolis, Ind.
Jackson, Miss.
Jacksonville, F1a.
Kansas City, Mo. "
Knoxville, Ternn.
Lexington, Ky.
Lincoln, Nebr.
Little Rock, Ark.*
Los Angeles, Calif.
Louisville, Ky.
Madison, Wis.
Memphis, Tenn. .
Miami, Fla.
Milwaukee, Wis.

Mob ile ,.. A ...


: o0 AGES
AriziCalif la J


22 ,1 -
285 125
1 14 -
3 45 1
66 140 -
3 483 524 -
4 3
S 54 107 1
13 2010 1583 -
S 64 122 -
5 623 183 2
76 4 -
5 19 -
26 17 -
26 114
S 13 .23
37 2721 969 6
21 536 496 -
14 1020 460 1
3.- 3 57 -
4 189 68 2
15 188 .. 18
4 .131 1 5
5 6 -
2 279 56 26
3 220 1 9
25 1719 656 2
9 149 3 3
57 9 -
21 5' -
2 166 13 -
94 26' -
4 51 3
-1 243 83 -
9 13 -
186 107 -
9 191 1
3 35 53 -
4 258 16 -
1 107 6 -

6. 424 83 16
16 17 -
- 7. 26 -
- 76 -
7 92 1
1 8 -
94 116 -
1 141 33 3
3 99 306 1

3 454 125 3
3 919 7 10
10 1 -


GRAPE FRUIT
ArizlCalifl Fla .3Le=


2 58 6
4
-.1
2 67 -
221 13

1 6
35 524 31
44 -
2 117 57
9 7 19 6
1
2 2
48 1

1 70 482 270
1 17 253 81
11 278 118
.2 -
2 3 20 -
2 3 7
2 2 10
1 1.
2 11 60 87
7 4 15
2 14 451 173
1 3 6. 17
5 -
3 -
C1 1 5 5
1 2 10 12

- 50 30
S5 -
31 -
10 "4 1
1 5 2- 5
3 9- 5 10
- 1* 8

- "28 43 93

- -- 4 1
- 2 5 1
- I 2
24 6. 17 1
4 4 38 4
1 2 19 17
1 6 43 2
3. ..6- Be
3 "63 88
7 32 68 134


TANGS.
nLalTex


-I
2 -


.2
68 -


185 -
5 -
49-
2 1

3
7'

203
69 -
141 '1

9



8

213
5-


4
**




1 -

15 -





3

3 -


6-
3

6 -

-- *-
23 -
' u* '. -


MIXED CITUS -
Arizlcal. iial Tex


- 1 11
- 16 1 --

- ,5 57 -
9 154

- 66 8
1 13 316

- 7 14 -
- 3 .
- -. 5 .
- ..4:, -
- 7- 4 "-
9 78 132 2
1 12 97, -
- 10 121 1
- 5 21 -
1 3 -
- 5 5
- 6 7
-.1 1 1
2 7

- 16. 145 2


- -
- 2 -



- 5 *
- 16 -
- 10 -
- 2 -

S 9 :
7 4

- 12 9 15
2 7 61 -
- --.
4 -


- 5 2 2

- 37 -

- 8 39 1
1 7 8 23
- 5 -


# Includes Moline, Ill. and Rock Island, Ill.


I-


- -- --~I c -


. .'


iBl





13 -
CITBFS UNIAS BROM SEPTMB. 1949 MF' JULY, 1950 CONTINUED
Total i Carlot Uni ls in 100 Cities & ports Cnadian Cities
-( Inoluds B~'if- Converted to Carlot Equivalents)
.. .. .,..BY tat64 of Origin


Cities 1


0 RANG ES .
Asf Cl i ,1

9 2A' Lr a ui T
ArizlCalif ha I Ter


TANGS.
HlaI Tex


,i ia f I I T


Montgomery, Ala.
Nashville, Tenn.
Newark, N.J.
New Haven, Conn.
New Orleans, La.*
New York City, N.Y.*
Norfolk, Va.
Oakland, Calif.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Omaha, Nebr.*
Peoria, Ill..
Philadelphia, Pa.*
Phoenix, Ariz.'
Pittsburgh, Pa.*
Portland, Me.
Portland, Ore.
Providence, R,I.
Richmond, Va.
Roanoke, Va.
Rochester, N.Y.
St. Louis, Mo.*
Salt Lake C.ty,Utah
San Antonio, Tex.
San Diego, Calif.
San Freaisco, Calif.
Scranton, Pa.
Seattle, Wash.*
Shreveport, Lat.
Sioux City, Ia.*
Sioux Falls, S.D.*
South Bend, Ind.
Spokane, Wash.
Springfield,Mess.
Springfield, Mo.
Syracuse, N.Y.
Tacoma, Wash.
Tampa, Fla.
Terre Hante, Ind.
Toledo, 0.
Topeka, Kans.*
Tulsa, Okla.*
Washington, D.C.
Wichita, Kans.*
Wilkes;Barre, Pa.
Worcester, Mass.
Youngstown, 0.


- 4 6
- 42 208 1
2 209 294 -
- 94 94
- 107 85 -
7 5475 5690 -
- 38 50 -
1 9 4 -
2 113 2 23
2 251 27 '9
1 37 3
6 1756 1880 -
.- 16 -
11 1440 88 -
1 174 43
1 333 42 -
- 178 183 -
- '44 71 -
18 3
127 11 -
6 901 358 29
181 16 -
3 104 4

53 1 -
127 11 -
5 388 45 12
11 3
3 204 9 10
1 82 -. 3

71 14 1
116 146 -
35 1 -
3 1 10 -
S 57 13 5

S 30 -
3 179 46 -
44 3 8
4- 146 22 15
1;" 165 113 -
1: 103 11
81 2 -
- 2 -
4 156 8 -


51

1



1
41.






20
76

43



S11


4








2


6 39 -
2 75 -
- 16 -
1 9 1
65 3516 11
3 19 -
23 -
2 10 18
9 20 .25

18 821 7

6 109 161
1 10 10
26 78 60
75 -
1 28 -

-, 18 17
11. 162 239
3 25 7


35 8 -
7 -
28 103 65

7 15 17
3 5
1 -
7 31 11
37 "8
2 .1
3 2 21.
8 14 12

12 27
1 7 15
8 17
1 53 23
1 -
1 -

4 34


12 -

4 -
2 -
953 -


1 -



1 -
8 Z
25 -


20-
56 -




20 1




6 -
-






6

3


5
1-

1 1


. 4 I~ I


2566 5
J.


.1 J~ -


MIXED CITUS
Aris Cal I Flat Te:


- 1 -
- 2 89. -

- 1
- 9. 17
4 88 1193




2 17 570
- 19 -
.1 20.- 49 -
- 3. 14
- 16 10
- .27
2 .19
ii
'. -

1 46 71 18


3 -

." 1. 1
- 1 -



2 1
S -2 1'
-* 3

1 ..-, 1



.-.. 1 1

.-* 10 -
3. -
.1 S


26 512 461 91


TOTAL IN 100 CITIES 274 28700 16385 251 328 563 8414 2126
I,, . J -


""


T.- 4--. ; ;r. 4 -P frp'ct





..14 -
CITRBUDSVNW EI RM SEP 4&YTJl0 (gW9 T )
Total Rail Carlot plaids i;Ik tesa. s5 taec dian Cities
.Inludes Bdat h*e't'"to Carlot Eiivalenits)
______ ..' *_ilBy States of Origin
A N G E: S GRAP EFRU I T TkNGS. IXD CIITS
Citis Aiz Cali Fla Tex Ariz|Cali Fl Fla ITex Fla Tex siz Call Flal Te


CAN A D'A
Montreal, Quu.* 20 1023 194, 2 80 225 67 15 5 3 -
Ottawa, Ont.* 1 210 8 1 8 46 6 8 8
Toronto, Ont.* 14 1205 .118 11 1 98 291 93 30 1 18 34 5
Vancouver, B.C.* 10 295 9 7 9 72 30 34 1 1 9 3
Winnipeg, Man.* 289 14 16 1 24 34 42 11 5 1 -

... -- |, |


*- In addition to the above, the following carlot unloads of citrus
were ma4e during the period September, 1949 through July,t 1950:-


Place of Unload

UNITED STATES
Cleveland, Ohio
Denver, Colo.
Des Moines, Ia.
Little Rock, Ark.
Minneapolis-St. Paul

New York City, N.Y,.':

Oklahoma City, Okla.
Omaha, lebr; -'"
Philadelphia, Pa.
St. Louis, Mo.
t .
Seattle, Wash.
Shreveport, La.
Sioux City, Ia.
S Sioux Falls, S.D.
Topeka, Kans.
.Tulsa, Okla.
Wichita, Kans.

Cincinnati, 0.
Detroit, Mich.
New Orleans, La.
New York City, N.Y.


Pittsburgh, Pa. -
St. Louis, Mo.

Butte, Mont-. .:

CANADI
Montreal, Que.
'I

Ottawa, Ont.
Toronto, Ont.
I ,

Vancouver, B.C.
It


Place of Origin


Louisiana
Mexico

!!

Palestine

Puerto Rico ....
Mexico. -.
..n.f -- *
Palestine

Mexico
Louisiana
Mexico



1

Cuba
n

"
-Central America
Puerto Rico
SCuba


Louisiana


Mexico
Spain
West Indies
Mexico
11 .. '
Central -A. 'tica

Cefte "America
Mexico
Japan


Variety


Oranges
ft
'I
it

n

IT
it
"i












Gra efruit,
to

It
Tangerines
I"
GrTafgefrines


Oranges

11 '

It
I,
I,
11


6. Cars


2
24
4
2
2

10
1
12
4
1


9
1
1
'-.4
1
3
S 2
1

7
2
2
180
2
38
1
1

* 1


90
2

14
159
1
12
1
91
196





15 -
CIUS UNADS l SP B. 1949. JULT ,1950(CONTnI
, Total iaila .rlot.. ast in 100 Cities & Ip S Canadian Cities ..-
(Include, Boat Converted to Carlot EZrilents)


Oranges
Pt


Grapefruit
if
nI


Pr


Tangerines


Mixed Citrus


Place of Unload
CANADA Cont'd
Winnipeg, Men
of


Montreal, Que.
*
Ottwa, Ont. i
Toronto, Ont.
Vancouver, B.C.
Winnipeg, Man.


Montreal, Que.
Winnipeg, Man.

Montreal, que.


Place of Origin

Louiilana
Central America
Mexico
Japan

Central America
Maxico ..
Webt Indies .
Central America
ff


n

Mexico

Mexico .,.:-.-

Mexico


TBCK RECEIPTS OF CIT~US IN 13 CITIES JIRM SPIMBER. 1949 IBO JULY, 1950
., Approximate Carlots _
ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES
Cities
Ari Calif .f f Tex Aris Calif Fla Tex Ariz Calif Fla Tax
Atlanta, Ge. 1 864: 269:10 -, 94 -
Baltimore, Md. 375 146 12 -. 68 -
Boston, Mass. 147 188 105 -
Chicago, Ill. 20 1013 34 498 359 260 -
Cleveland, 0. 2 157 86 46 17 -
Los Angeles, Calif. 11 4465 16 720 842 1 123 4 133 3 20
New Orleans, La. 6 195 2 112 29 3 -
New York City,N.Y,* 1561 400 302 -
Oakland, Calif. 3 708 6 26 95 1 18 7 2
Philadelphia, Pa.* 10 509 1 131 103 -
St. Louis, Mo. 159 9 64 60 24 -
San Francisco, Calif. 4 1043 13 32 228 1 67 22. 2 2
Washington, D. C. 376 225 45 -
Via Baltimore .. .25 4 -" 2 -
Via New York 4 -


*-In addition to the above, the following truck receipts
the period September, 1949 through July, 1950:-


Oranges
n


Grapefruit
*n
Pt
'i
I,
I,


Chicago, Ill.
ft
New Orleans, La.

Boston, Mass.
Chicago, I11.
Cleveland, 0.
Philadelphia, Pa.
New Orlea, La.


of citrus were recorded during


Cuba
Israel.
Israel


Cuba
ff
n
It
H


No Cars

1
1
60
48

43
3
2
1
46


5
2
3
1

4
3





16 -
DISIBUTION OW rLaXCI1WSS (BAIL) 1949-50 SASON


Desti-
nations


Andalusia,
*Birmingham
Cottondale
Cullman
Decatur
Dothan
Euf aula
Florence
Gadsden
Huntsville
*Mobile
*Montgomery
Selma
Sheffield
Tuscaloosa
Total


i S.
- -Card'


107
1
1.

-S

2
1
5
1
6
8

4
145


GFRT.
Cars


TAN I MIXED
Cars -ears

S 1
66


- 1
- -- 5
- 3


- 4
.


1

2

84


ARIZONA
*Pboix


6


Desti- FRT, 1, TANG. I mxED
nations OGS G AG MI
Cars Cars Cars Cars


G ERPIA
Albany
Americus
Athens
Augusta
*Atlanta
Canton
Columbus
La Grange
Macon
Milledgeville
Oakland
Swainsboro
Thomasville
Vidalia
Wadley
Warrenton
West Point
Total


1

20
140
1


7







279
279


- 4


67 2

- 1






67 4


-
1
13
57

4
4
9
1
1
2
6

1


107


ARKANSAS .
Helena
*Little Rock
Total

CALIFORNIA
*Los Angeles
*Oakland
*San Diego
*San Francisco
Total

COLORAIO
*Denver
Pueblo
Total

CONIECTICUT
*Bridgeport
*Hartford
S *New Haven
Norwich
Waterbury
STotal

DELAWARE
Milford
Wilmington
Total

DIST. OF COLUMBIA
*Washington
Total
nF)RIDA
"Jacksonville
"Xiami
*Tampa
Total


3

3

8


9

56
57
* 57


- 1

- 1


17

--

25


60

60


122 44
107 31
94 16
1 -
2 -
326 91


5
1


113
113


IDAHOB
oiTse
Lewiston
Total


IILINOIS
Bloomington
6 3 Carbondale
S -- Campaign
- *Chicago
S Danville
6 S' Decatur *
East Moline
East St. Louis
8 2 Eldorado
-. Granite City
8 2 Joliet
Mt. Vernon
*Peoria
5 Rockford
.5 10 Streator
4 1 Waukbgan
- 2 Total


24 13


1 1

1 1 1


53 5 10
--SS -*? -To"


* INDIANH
*EVansville
*Fort Wayne
S*Indianapolis
LaFayette
Mari6n
*South Bend
*Terre Haute
Total


IOWA
Burlington
. .- Cedar 1apids
.. - *Davenport #
S.. *Des Moines
--. ',..*Sioux City


3

3-


4

969

5
1
"9

1
1
3
1




5
26
16
I1






1
1
9


5





2
482
1
10






6
:- 1








5
1


S 4
2
6

3
4

2Q3 132
2

2 2
2
w- 1
:2



S 1



2
1
205 152

2
11


17 1


1 ,
3
2
4'
15


7
1 -
- 1


Note- Hartford, Conn. includes East Hartford.


.i--,


1


1


w_





17 -
DISTRI~BTION OF f LORIA CITJS (AIL) 119429ogaON
(Continued)


Desti- OCS I GRT. TANG S MICD

S'Cars Cars Cars Cars


ainst GTi- TAG MED
nations 'R. i6


Cars Cars Cars Cars


1WA (Cont'd.)
aterloo
Total

Kansas City
Salina
STopeka
*Wichita
Total


R. F23l .Green
C6rbin
FtIton
Glasgow
HErlan
Henderson
Hopkinsville
Latonia
*Lex ton
Lothair
*Louisville
Madisonville
Murray
Owensboro
Paducah
Paintsville
Winchester
Total

LOUISIANA
Baton rouge
*New Orleans
*Shreveport
Total

Sangor
Deering Jet.
Ellsworth
Lewiston
*Portland
Total

*Baltimore
Total

MASSACHUSETTS
Abington
*Boston#
Fitchburg
Lawrence
No. Abington
*Springfield
*Worcester
Total

EdoHIGAN
*Uetroit


2
11 T_ 1 9


3
-* I

3


3


3
2
1



116

2
3
5

2


11
85
*--5-sf


7
7
1
15








1
4

38





9-
9


1 -
8 -


43 10
-52 -i


1

- 1

-1 -2



- 1

-. 2


3 -
*I .
- '1.



3 .2V
S 1

- 3
2
- 1"
-- '


2



-i


1
-r
---


9.
17

6

6
9
1
1
14
-3T


524 221 68 154
524 221 68 154

2
1,583 524 185 '316
2 -
2 -
8 -
145 37 I J1>L 3
1;7 -' 191 -W'


656 451 213 145


MICHIGAN (Cont'd.)

*Grand Rapids
Ishpeming
Kalamazoo
Menominee
Saginaw .
Total


13
83
1


-9S


5
50
8

1

~-lt


MINESOTA
Alxandria 1
*Duluth 3 6
*Minaeepolist. Paul 7 68
Total 10 75


MISSISSIPPI
Brookhaven
Canton
Clarksville
Columbus.
Corinth
Drew
Greenville
Greenwood
Grenada
Gulfport
*Jackson
Laurel
Louisville
McComb
Macon
Meridian
New Albany
Philadelphia
Pontotooc
Ripley
Sherman
Tupelo
Utioa
Vicksburg
West Point
Woodville
Total

MISSOURI
*Kansas City
St. Joseph
*St. Louis
*Springfield
Total

MINTANA
Billings
*Butte
Great Falls
Havre
Missoula
Total

NEBRASlK
Grand Island


3
2
1 -
2 -
2
1
2


6
Sr 1 -


2




4
1 -
1 -
2-
1 -
46 -

83 43
1
358- 162
1: 2
442 208


4 ...









28 -8.


-


1


S 2

4



2


-
1


0* I
- 1











*3- 9
56- *-
56.
- -^'"'^gt


3 -
4 19 2 -
2 2
.-- 1 .-
4 25 2 4'. 4"

5-5
5 -
5 I.'ll - '. ~ "*C ..i.'i -. .t-*) '-





18 -
DISnTRIBTION OE glIDA. CITIES (RAIL 1949-50 SA0SN
(Continued)


nations O GFRT 'NG. MIXE
Cars Cars Cars Cars


EBRASKA (Cont'd.)
Kearney
*Lincoln
Norfolk
*Omeha 27
Total 7

NEW akMPSHIRE
Blackmount
Total


NEW JERSEY
Atlant o..City
Bayonne .
East Paterson
East Rutherford
Hawthorne
New Brunswick
*Newark #
No. Hawthorne
Paterson
Sleasantville
Rutherford
South Kearney
Trenton
Total

NEW MEICO
Albuquerque
Vaughn
Total


NEW YORK
*Albany 125
3Binghamton 3
Bronx 4
*Buffalo 183
Canastta 1
..Elmira 1
.Fairport -1-
Garden City 17
.Geneva 2
Glendale
Ilion 1
Long Island City 1
*New York City # 5,690
.. Niagara Falls
Mineola 11
Poughkeepsie 1
S*Rochester 11
Schenectady 10
Scotia 1
Syracuse 10
Walden 1
Waterford 14
-Total 6,088w

NORTI CAROLINA
Ahoskie 2
Asheville 30
Burlington 2


5

20
31


1



1


1
1


- 3



- 2
75 -


4
S 1 -

1` 9~


2
3
4
1
1

294
3
2
1
11
1


1-
- -
1 1


]







3,5







37


56 2 11
- 2

L17 49 14



- 1
1

516 953 1,193
1 -


18 20
2 1 .,8
2 -
2 -

3 4
2I7 1,025 T=


Desti- as. GFRT. TANG. MIED
nations I I


*Cars
NORtH CAROLINA (Cont'd.)
Camp Butner 1
*Charlotte 114
Durham 15
Fayetteville 2
Gastonia 5
*Greensboro 13
Greenville 4
*#amlet
Hickory 2
Kinston 3
Laurinburg
* Lumberton 3
Monroe
Mt. Airy
New Bern 2
No. Wilkesboro 1
Price 1
Raleigh 130
Rocky Mt. 7
Salisbury 3
Sanford 7
Walnut Cove
Weldon 6
Wilkin 9
Wilmington 8
Wilson
Winston-Salem 3
Total 373


NORTH DAKOTA
Bismarck
Grand Forks
Minot
Total

OHIO
*Akron
Bellefontaine
Briceton
*Cincizinati
*Cleveland
*Columbus
*Daytoni
Mansfield
Plymouth
SSpringfield
*Toledo
'*Youngstown
Total


*Oklahom City
*Tulsa
Total

OREGON
Euene
SKamouth Falls
Medford
*Portland
Total


1


1

1

1
496
460
68
6


46
8


2
22





42
_7ff


Cars Cars Cars


1
48
7


5





1
S-,





39
1



.' .
1
I


.. -*
~~l


7




3








7



1
1


19


4
7
4
9
16
1

2
2

1
2
1


22
23
1
7
1
14
1
16
1
3
1If


1 2
- 1
S 3
2. 6


I -
1 -

53 69 97
78 141 121
30 9 3
1
*- 1
1
1 -
L2. 3 5
4 1 -
50.* M3 ""329'


10
8
18


1
2

78
81


3
1
1
15


8


6





19-
DISTRIBJTION OF FLOIDA CITES A) 1940 S
V_ _,- :- %. :L-


Desti .,
nations

PEWNSY!VANIA
Allentown
*Altoona
Bethlehem
Forty Fort
Harrisburg
Hazelton
Lancaster
Lebanon
'Philadelphia
*Pittsburgh
..Reading
S 6cranton
*WilkesaBarre
..York
Total

HIOME ISAND
0lneyville
Pawtucket
*Providence
Total


SOUW GCA0LINAU
Anderson
*,Charleston
Chester
*Columbia

Georgetown
Greenville
Greenwood
Leake City
.,Marion
"Orangeburg
Spartanburg
Sumter
Total

SOUTH DAKOTA
T t:Si.oux Falls
:- Total


I Cas. GCrT.
SCars Cars


1
*- -3
'"

2
2
1

1,880
8

11


1,994


192

199


1
19
7
57
15
3
23
9
1
1
21
21

178

...


:Bristol
..Brownsville
.Bruceton
*Chattanooga
Clarksvillb
Columbia
Cookeville
.Crossville
.Dickson

Dyersburg
Harriman
Heartsville
.Huntingdon
,; Jackson
Johns .City :


nlGS. GER NG, M


Cars Car'


1 -
-


821 293
109 105
-
7 -


939 398


75





2
1
-4





2











1
7
-i




3


1


1
1


18

15
5
570
.49

'19
16

695


21
..- 10

25;. .58

2
5- 5
5
21


-. 6
-I-

6
.:


18
1

76


____ _


14

4
11
-


4
11



-




-. .. 6
.. -. -.


EmESSE (Cont
rKingspqrt
*Knoxville
Lebanon
"Lexingion
-'McKenzie
"McM.nnville
*Memphis
Milan
SMorristown
Murfreesboro
*Nashville
Paris
Pulaski
Ripley
Shelbyville
Springfield
:Trenton
Union City
Total


Cars Cars Cars Cars


\


1 -
17 61
15 :8
1 *-
S 10 2 1


1 -. :' -;
2 -
29 4 9
208 39 2A- -89


1 .- . -. ,. --
2 .

W:.j


*Amarillo
*Beaumoht -
*Dallas
*'l Paso 9
*Fort Worth
*Houston
*San Antonio -
Total 9

UTAH
'It Lake City .16
Total 16


..Burligton :. -
.New Haven
Total

VIRGINIA
Bristol
Charlottesville 1
..Danville .. 7
SLynchburg 1
Newport News 1
*Norfolk 50
..Norton 1.
..Pennimn .
..Peterstprg rt 2.
SPulaski
*Richmognd 7 .
BRoanoke .3.
.Williamsburg 23
Total 224

Centralia
Pullman -
#Seattlbe 45
*Spokane 1 34
Tecoma" 13


5 -
a
5 -



-~t
25 -


25 -

2
3



3
32
.I -
-. . 2
-


19 ** -
-. 2
79 6
2 l .. -
-.t
28 -. .19

26
154 l....I;,, .38


1 -7-- .'A "
103
31
14


'-





20 -
DISTSBIBUION OF FLWRIID CITEIS (RIL) 1949-50 SEASON
(Conti=ned)


Desti- OEs G I G MIXED
nations
Cars Cars Cars Cars
WASHINGTON ont'd.)
Walla Walla -
Total 72 151 r6 1


Bluefield
*Charleston
Clarksburg
*Huntington
Logan
Mabscott
Mullins
Parkersburg
Princeton
Ronceverte
Wheeling
Total

WISCONSIN
Appleton
Fond du Lac
*Madison
*Milwaukee
Racine
Total


C eyenne
Total


12
17
2
53

2

1
1

8W



33
125

158-


2
2

2






6

4
3
19
63

90


CANADA
ALBERTA
Calgary 1 16
Edmonton 2 11
Lethbridge
Total 3 --2


HRITISH COLeMBIA
Cranbrook
Vancouver
Victoria
Total
MANITOBA
*Winnipeg
Total


9
1
10


3








-i




8

8


1
3
1
5


30
3
3-3


14 34 -
14 34


23


2

1

1







39
3
43


2


1


1

1
1


sI OGS.- GT. TAD.

Cars Cars Cars
C A N A D A (Cont'd.)
NEW BRUNSWI-.Mk
St. Jon 2 6
Fredericton 1 1 -
Victoria -. 1 -
Total 8 -


NOVA SCOTIA
Halifax
Total

ONTARIO
Chatham
Ft. William
*Hamilton
Kingston
Kitchenor
London
Mimico
Niagara Falls
North Bay
*Ottawa
St. Homes
Simcoe
Sudbury
Timmons
*Toronto
Trenton
West Toronto
Windsor
Total


Quebec City
Sherbrooke
Total

Estev=n
Moose Jaw
No. Battleford
Prince Albert
Regina
Saskatoon
Swift Current
Yorkton
Total


MIXED
Cars


4

4


1 2 1
-I a -


2
I
1
8

1

118
1
- %





1

135

194
4

199

1
1
1
2
15
3

:1
24


1
3
5
















14
5

9

12
46



291

1

37

225
14
2
241





16
10

1
27


2






30
-









15

15

1

1
1
1


2
3
5
2
6

3
1
8
1

1
2
34
1




3
10
3
16

1


2
2
1

7


#L-Diversion Point


TOTAL CANADA

GRAND TOTAL -
1949-50 SEASON


389 745 56 102


17,808 9,437 2,644 4,174


*- Actual unloads during months of Sept. 1949 thru July 1950, inclusive. Cities for which un-
loads are not available are based on passing & diversions for the period the Lakeland
office is in operation
#- D port a. includes Moline, Ill. & Rock Island, Ill. Boston' Mass. includes Somerville.
ewark N. J. includes Waverly. New York City, N.Y. includes Brooklyn, Harlem River, Ho-
boken, Koarney, Jersey City and Masp ITel


--


2
2 -
- 2 -







BY STATES PAST 7 SEASONS


State 1949-50 1948-49 1947-48 1946-47 1945-46 1944-45 1943-44
Rail-Boat Rail Only Rail Only Bail-Boat Rail Only Rail Only Rail Only
Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars

Alabama 145 228 569 922 876 946 1,098
Arkansas 3 7 9 129 87 91 150
California 9 55 3 -
Colorado 57 103 9 7 27 2 9
Connecticut 326 851 757 1,081 706 671 755
Delaware 6 9 39 18 45 22 41
Dist. of Columbia 113 332 552 937 742 877 1,034
Florida 4 34 178 33 30
Georgia 279* 287' 607* 996* 1,0300 1,168* 1,222*
Idaho 3 6 1 -
Illinois 994 1.126 1,437 2,416 1,986 1,890 2,717
Indiana 48 98 306 675 530 627 959
Iowa 11 73 67 108 97 54 i01
Kansas 3 22 11 36 44 16 31
Kentucky 165 200 453 688 706 656 850
Louisiana 96 170 334 457 411 339 851
Maine 52 132 163 137 126 120 151
Marylend 524 732 1,174 1,851 1,499 1,559 2,210
Massachusetts 1,740 2,737 2,603 3,069 2,411 2,465 3,298
Michigan 753 1,289 1,160 1,727 1,280 1,201 1,821
Minnesota 10 176 53 183 116 81 212
Mississippi 48 39 110 397 442 465 669
Missouri 442 710 561 665 500 495 743
Montana 4 24 1 2 3 2
Nebraska 27 88 44 46 48 15 50
New Bapshire 11 15 10 8 10 18
New Jersey 323 587 944 1,287 1,555 1,345 1,213
New Mexico 1 2 -
New York 6,088 8,101 10,034 12,995 8,772 9,474 11,769
North Carolina 373 490 869 1,217 1,344 1,251 1,504
North Dekota 1 1 5 5 4 2 7
Ohio 1,086 1,755 2,392.. 3,470 2,609 2,573 3,974
Oklahoma 24 76 17 42 59 7 70
Oregon 42 83 1 7 39 2 10
Pennsylvania 1,994 3,574 4,747 5,723 4,688 5,182 7,054
Rhode Island 199 369 434 468 369 412 494
South Carolina 178 151 428 767 632 1,218 810
'South Dakota 15 1 3 1 1 9
Tennessee 677 833 1,209 1,683 1,365 1,220 1,572
Texas 9 103 30 89 127 16 350
Utah 16 72 10 8 14 7
Vermont 4 7 49 24 21 17
Virginia 234 365 689 9320 676# 1.095* 8990
Washington 72 206 7 12 57 6 37
West Virginia 88 185 252 397 368 347 434
Wisconsin 158 351 293 293 266 246 343
Wyoming 1 1 1 5 1
CANADA 389 862 375 671 598 820 1,166



TOTAL 17,808 27,691 33,783 46,710 37,474 39,041 50,762
S- Does not include Savannah.
S- Does not include Petersburg.
Petersburg and Richmond not included.





22 -
1CAPW1 ULATION OF P=IL DIS mIBUTION, FLORID GRAPUTi'
BY SMS. -* PAST 7 SEASONS


1949-50 1948-49. .1947-481 1946-47 194546 1944-46 1943-44
ail-Boat ail Only il Only nly ail-Boat B1fi l OQly Rail Only Bail Only


Cars


Cars


Cars


Cars -- Cars


Cars


Cars


Alabama
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Dist. of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Idaho
Illinqis
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas-".
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma (':
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
S Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming

CANADA


6

25
60
91
1
53
s
67*
5
493
17
27
15
43
9
10
221
561
515
S75

208
25
31

75
1
3,7171
: 122
2
569.
18
81
939
75
7
4
91
5
25

S- 154
151
6
90
2


- 745 1,567


TOTAL 9,437 13,540. 11,.73 13'346 10,223 7,857 12,930

Does not include Savannah. ......
# Petersburg not included.
S.Petersburg and Richmond not included.


State


40

26
70
195
2
191
1
81'
8
S623
46
84
17
42
20
38
393
1,096
649
192

312
15
79

181
1*
4,116
239
4 .
634
223
83
1,673,
82-
17
15
54
32 *
41

189
149
44
173
4


97
3

5
169

245

167*

283
67
5
4
64
3
25
588
957
340
44
1
82
6
23

268,

S4,822.
263.

377
5
23
1,764;
121
29
1
109 ..
6
18

319
50
15
55


104
6

13
205

350
31
218*
2
326
51
.35
6
70
30
15
607
928
368
56
1
69
6
25

318

6,053
201-
2
466-
18-.
18...
1,603
80
62
4
116
20
14
4
2468#
35
29
53
3


77
1

3
94

286
129
.184*
,.-3
253
40
19
S4
.70
31
13
449
671
248
30
4
52
10
6
2
385

4,342
199
3
288
7
40
1,293
68
47

87
2
20
3
171#
39
31
63


80

3
82

261: '
2
182*

140
53
16
8
41
13
13
336
588
204
32
10
54
2
6

315

3,167
183
2
217
3
21
1,110
52
56
3
72
2
3
1
157##
25
22
34


138
9

17
150
2
331
3
226*
4
599
138
60
7
122
51
29
490
819
468
99
57
169
28
26

388

4,104
271
2
909
16
'49
1,669
67
79
3
177
10
21.
2 '

50
43
115'
2


_ ___ __


__





23 -
RECAPITULATION OF RAkL DISTRIBUTION. FPRIDA TAaCGIMES
BY STATS PAST 7 SEASONS


-State - _' 1949-50 1948-49 1947-48 1946-47 1945-46 1944-45 1943.44
., ., Bail-Boat Bail OnlyRa1il Only la t laat RBail'Only Rail Only BRail Only
Cars Cars Cars- Cars Cars Cars Cars


Alabamea
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Dist. of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
nesas
KeTtucky
Louisiana
Maine
Mryland 7
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Misissippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio..
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania .
Rhode Island
South Carolina
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
Wes,t Virginia
WiUconsin
Wyoing -

CANADdL


-

6
8,
24'
1
5

4-
205-
1
1
1
6
28

28
1
68
191
218
28

59
2

1












S 56
1

19

223


8









56


3
2'

4 6
57 39

3 10

3p 5*.
167- 181'
5 13
5
1
3 16
1
14
77 91
228 233
237 200
22 21
86 81
2
1 2

5 15
S1,059 905
S 9 20

266 '286
2
12 5
S591 653
28 24

... 26 40
' 1- 1
3 -
3 9
19 10
5 9
13 16
1

113 51


6


8
96
r
22

29*
200
22
1
3
17
1
1
117
243
211
24
1
46

6



.1
25
1,190
18

301
4
4
628
36
13




J-. 5
5
8
5


127


23
2
1
12
86

42

220
200
30
10
9
23
28
1
129
183
154
21
2
73

85

85
870
50
365
8
11
605
36
18
71
15

- M

10

12
187
187


53 20
1

21 10
65 .78
1 2
,59 46

39 42*
300 315
87 12
24 8
18 18
37 .43
11 13
9 .. 3
117 128
209 191
234 263
44 50
1 .2
118 98
1
11 1

,74 W,-S .
801 805.
63 53
1
451 .429
1i., 14
19 10
713 587
43 39,
18 ,; 24
89 73
19 28
2 .L"

24 7.
25 is
54 ...44


266 9
i
"a ',i f


T IOTAL 2,644 3,050 2,970 3,484 3,433 4.165 3.883
* iJoes not 'include Saannah


- Petersburig'ot included.
-Petersburg and Richmond not included


. . . . . . . . . :..'
c-U.:


"





24 -
RECAPIi TTONF BAIL DISTRIBUTION. 1LOhI MIXED GIEEUS
..*, 'BY STATES PAS~ 7 SEASONS, ,..


State. 1949-50 1948-49 1947-48 1946-47 -1945-46 1944-45 1943-44
Rail-Boat Rail Only Rail OnRa-Bo W Only ail-Boat Only Rail Only ail nly
Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars

Alabama 84 16 57 293 504 477 629.
Arkansas 1 6 2 13 14 9 29..
California 3 3 -.
Colorado 2 28 1 2 1 2 5
Connecticut 13 45 15 52 147 125 108
Delaware 1 1 5 6 .4
District of Columbia 10 11 36 49 149 152 176"
Florida 14 26 37 57
Georgia 107* 64* 188* 303* 507* 524 678*
Idabo 6 11 1 -
Illinois 152 113 84 252 331 296 341
Indiana 15 28 20 70 140 142 274
Iowa 9 3 9 6 15 23
Kansas 2 .15 1 1 1 12 18
Kentucky 14 17 38 116 230 179 .198
Louisiana 26 2 11 32 57 42 102
Maine 31 30 7 22 25 34 23
Maryland 154 234 220 213 414 372 455
Massachusetts 339 519 386 405 634 457 520
Michigan 150 175- 93 239 232 232 282
Minnesota 8 53 6 14 44 28 44
Mississippi 11 6 19 62 78 99 157.
Missouri 82 99 13 53 73 83 .133
Montana 4 '15 1 2 -
Nebraska 1 5 1 5 7 7 13
NewH~ampshire 3 4 8 3 11 17 13
New Jersey 9 23 36 57 182 174 142
New York 1,234 2,128 1,708 1,703 ..2,903 2,519 2,441
North Carolina 153 '94 241 443 649 696 775
North Dakota 6 17 1 1 1
Ohio 229 326 196 471 506 491 771.
Oklahoma -1 2 6 19
Oregon 15 22 2 5 3 .3
Pennsylvania. 695 :1,052 862 768 1,225 1,172 1,180
Rhode Island 58 -66 7 35 85 102 71
South Carolina 76 39 150 344 563 524 551
South Dakota -'8 1 1 2 .1
Tennessee 254 135 130 443 628 520 787
Texas 3 2 4 2 28
Utah -6 1 1 3
Vermont 3 7 16 19 13 15
Virginia 38 47 84 313# 412## 438## 496
Washington 1 16 1 6 3 3-
West Virginia 30 48 61 162 249 226 250
Wisconsin 43 60 32 57 82 40 6.? -
Wyoming 5 4
:ANAA 102 338 31 66 144 180 219




T6TAL 4,174 5,942 4,756 7,110 1.,310 10,451 12,108 .

Does not include Savannah.
S- Petersburg not included.
Petersburg and Richmond not included.





25 -
E TATSRETNI TRUCK DISTRIBUTION, (LUBUS 1949-50 SEASON


(Made available thra the courtesy of the -State'P of Agriculture,
Oct 16, 1949 to My 31: 3950. Inclusive
Approximate cars, on basis 500 boxes per car


Desti-
nations

ALABAMA
Andalusia
Anniston
Birmingham
Cullman
Dothan
Geadsden
Headland
Mobile
Montgomery
.Sylacauga
.Talladega
Tuscaloosa
Others
Total

1 eville
Little Rook'
Others
Total.


CALIFORNIA
*Los Angeles,
*Oakland, Calif.
*Sah Francipoo
STotal


Oran- Grape-
ges, fruit
Cars Cars

4
9 1
435 114
22 1
31 .3
11 1
1:9 2
195 38
85- 18
85 1

117 1_0 .
S190


4
131
54,
189




13-


Denver 13
'Others 4 "
'Total 17

COBNECTICUT
New Haven 13
Wallingford 1
,Others .,'. 74
STotal 8


15


1
1 ,
1-
3-

25

31-

6-
1-

42.: "


Tne -- D festi-
ines -.-. zatiotns


I


IELAWARE
Wmilngton 20 5 2
Others' 18. 3 ,
Total -38 ; 8

DI' OF COi&
*Wshington 401 233 47
T. total 401 233 47


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


864
47
36
51
17
3
8
12
11


2

2
269
8
6
29
1

1
1
2


1

94
6
2
4
1

2
1
1


!


inter Haven, Fla.)


-----


Catrs'


1
39

2-

13
6:.
-s'
1.
69
- .
69'


4
3
7

3

"
51

13
-I
14

8
3
11
-- 2


Macon
Moultrie
Savannah
.; Statesboto
Thomastozn
''Thomasville
Valdosta -
*Vidalia
*Wadley
Waycross
Others
Total


Boise
Twin Falls
Total

I ILODIS
bloomfngton
*Chicago
Decatur
Peoria
Springfield
eandalia,
Others
Total

INDIANA
Anderson
Evansville
Fort Wayne
Indianapolis
South Bend
S Trre Haute
Vincennes
Others
Total

--rlington
Ias Moiness
SOthers
Total .

KANSAS
M1 iasttan
Wichita
'Others
Total

KEMTCKY
Bowling Green
Lexington
Lotiisille
Padncah
Others
STotal :...


4 1
498 260
;10, 4
27. 1
1 1
2
40 6
582 74


14
18
96
11
;"34..
.10 -
6_11r


1
8
5
52
1
24
2

0~o


19 8 I
27 21 3
61 38. 5
107 67 9

3 2 -
24 143
34 6
61 37 9


10 '
16
282
3
73
. i'82;.


2
2
97

8
109


1
1
31

4
37


INTRSAT ECKDITRBUIO F-M61QS 14950SESO


. A I 1I I II


- -


Oran-
ges
.Cars.

3
70
7
112
12
5
94
31
,'21
15
26
117
r158T


Grape-
fruit
Cars


11
1
24
1

3
21
*6
3
4
17
4__W


1 3
1 1
S 4


Tenger-
ines
Cars



.1
10
1

8
3
2
1
3
11

-
A. --


5
1,013
35
44
3
7
107


13
79
41
391
17
62
30





26 -
INTERSTATE EEEKX DISTRIBUTIONS JLORII) CITIES, 1949-50 SEASON
(Continued)
Oct. 16 1949 to 31, 950. Inclusive
Almroximae cars. on sis 500 boxes per car


Desti Oren- Grap-
nations ges frit er
Cars Cars Cars


Desti- Oran- Gap- ar
nations ges frui in
Cars Cars Cars


LOUISIANA
Baton Rouge
*New Orleans
Shreveport
Others
Total

MAINE
Nwor
Portland
Total

MARYLAND
*Baltimore
Cumberland.
Hegerstown
Pocomoke City
Salisbury
Others
Total
MASSACRUSETTS
*Boston
Others
Total

MICHIGAN
Benton Harbor
Detroit
Grand Rapids
Kalamazoo
Lansing
Others
Total

MIfElSOTA
Minneapolis
Others
Total
MISSISSIPPI
Hattiesburg
Jackson
Marioien
Tupelo
Others
Total
MISSOURI
Cape Girardeau
Carthage
Kansas City
*St. Louis
Others
Total

IONTANA
great Falls
Total


18
195
77
47
3"TY


1
112
10
4_
7if


1
3
2
1
-7


1 -
40 14
41 14


375
3
43
12
19
53


147
53
200


146
1
9
2
1
9
168


188
17
188E


11 1
227 68
123 46
36 11
9 3
-"f -i7t


159
103
262

24
116
24
50



2
6
102
159
94
363


53
43
96

2
11
2
4


-

4
53
64
46
167


68
7
2
3

88

105
1


3
20
23
6
-4



9

.13

5
.1
3
14
-


22
24
9
55


1 1
11


EBRBASKA
Omaha
Others
Total
HEW JERSEY
Atlantic City
Newark
Trenton
Others
Total

NEW MEICO
Albuquerque
Roswell
Others

HEW YOIE
Albany
Buffalo
Elmira
*New York City
Roohester
Syracuse
Trumansburg
Watertown
Others
Total
HORTH CAROLINA
Asheville
Burlington
Charlotte
Durham
Fayetteville
Gastonia
Goldsboro
Greensboro
Henderson
Hendersonville
Hickory
High Point
Kinston
Lumberton
Morganton
Raleigh
Rockingham
Rocky Mt.
Salisbury
Statesville
Taylorsville
Thomasville
Wilmington
Wilson
Winston Salem
Others
Total


42 39
2 ___ 24
-56 -3


7 2
43 17 7
9 2 2.

agW 119 --26


2
--3-


92
239
23
1,561
119
191
5
7
273
2,510

71
3
93
37
18
29
46
47
1
28
19
44
20
4
9
187
4
17
11
3
4
22
8
15
127
168
1,034


1--



28 23
63 15
10 4
400 302
16 6
63 14
4 1
2
116 __1
702 37F5


26
1
40
14
2
6
8
20

11
5
17
1
1

1
49
4
1

6
2
2
29
36
281


8

18
4
1
5
4
8
1
4
4
4
6
1


2
1
2



2
2
21
21


MORsI DAKOTA
Bismarck
Fargo


8
1
7





27 -
INERSTATE TRUCK DISTRIBUTION. LOID CITIES. 1949-50 SEASON


Desti- Oran-
nations ges
Cars
NORTH DAKOTA (Cont'd)
Grand Forks 3
Others 1
Total 7


OHIO
Akron
Cincinnati.
*Cleveland
Columbus
Dayton
Portsmouth
Toledo
Youngstown
Others
Total
OKLAHOMA
klahoma City
Tulsa
Others
Total

P- land
Others
Total

PENNSYLVANIA
Allentown
Altoona
Biglerville
Harrisburg
Johnstown
*Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Reading
Scranton
Wilkes-Berre
Williamsport
York
Others
Total
BHMOX ISLAiND
Providence
Others
Total
SOUTH CABOLINA
Anderson
Charleston
Columbia
Florence
Greenville
Laurens
Orangeburg
Rock Hill
Spartanburg
Sumter


38
167
157
180
61
17
98
87
142
947

42





16





63
30
509
666

1




171
8



89
1
63
30
509
666
17
89
14
26
487
2,170


10
52
86
74
17
3
47
20
47
356

22
13




-I
44.

1


1
1
32

13
10
131
290
1
44
24
4
8
66
624


63 10
47 4
_# 14


16
144
2
37


6


2
35
17
19
4
2
7
12
21
119

7

7

1

1


8
9
6
102
158
3
22
11
4
4
33
360

13




7
88
1
14


5
1


SOUEH DAKOTA
Aberdeen
Bapid City
Sioux Falls
Total
TENMESSEE
Bristol
Chattanooga
Jackson
Johnson City
Kingsport
Knoxville
MHavhis
Nashville
Others
Total

Dallas
Fort Worth
Houston
San Antonio
Others
Total


6
2
8

18
99
9
20
3
116
109
114
191
679

164
50
130
126
127
D9O


rpe- Cers-
tru ianes
Cars Cars


(Continued)
Oct. 16, 1949 to Ma 31, 1950 Inclusive
Approximate cars, on easis 500 boxes per oar
SGrape.- Tanger- Desti- Oran-
fruit ines nations g es
Cars Cars Cars
SOUTH CABOLINA (Cont'd)
2 Walterboro 6
S- Others 61
8 1 Total 880


2
5
123


UTAH
M- t Lake City 5
Total 5 1


MERMONT
Burlington
Others
Total
VIRGINIA
Bristol
Charlottesville
Denville
Harrisonburg
Lynchburg
NorNewpor N
Norfolk
Petersburg
Richmond
Boanoke
Staanton
Others
Total


Spokane
Total


18
-i
22

5
7
7
4
77.
27
197
9
216
124
17
132
822

2
2
4


7
7-


1
2
1
1
34
10
81
3
107
67
7
36
350

2
5


1
1

1

1
1

2
24
1
37
15
2
24
118

1

2


17
222

5
1
3
9

5
30
2
14

24
22
32
34


47
14
33
32
42
168


2
6
5
2
8
13
10



18
7
31
26
-9
90





28 -
INMERSTAE TIJCK DISTRIBTIOJ FIORIDA CITES, 1949-50 SEASON
Ot. 16, 1949 to May 31, 1950, Inclusive
Approximate cars, on basis 500 boxes per car


Desti.-Oran- Grape- T er-
nations ges fut nes
Cars Cars Care


WEST VIRGINIA
Bluefield
Charleston
Huntington
Paxkersburg
Williamson
Others
Total


WISCONSIN
Milwakee
Others
Total

Toane
Total


3
78 23 7
74 1s 7
1 -



97 34 18
1 134 22
234 68 40


1 1


Northwest Sectia 146


31 21


OUT-OF-ST
destinations
Not Specified
Total


7 Iton
St. Catharines
Toronto
Others
Total


GRAND TOTAL


Desti- Oran- GrapeI Tanger-
nations ges I fruit ines
Cars Cars Cars


6 7 3
i7 -3.


36
3
121
_28
- 26'


12
2
62
24
i-1 34


5
2
16
5
- e


19,280 6,315 2,690


*- Actual truck receipts during months of September, 1949 through July, 1950, inclusive.
Cities for which truck receipts are not available are based on passing at the
Florida gateways for the period the Lakeland office is in operation.







BOAT DESTINATION, FLORIDB CITIES. 1949.50 SEASON,
November 10 to June 2, 1950, Inclusive

Cities ORAK ES GRAPEHUIT TAIGERIlES MIXED CITUS
Cars Cars Cars Cars
Boston, Mass. 372 70 7
1Iartford, Conn. 1 -
New York City, N. Y. 2,377 1,510 401
Pawtucket, B. I. 14 1 -
Providence, R. I. 42 2 1 .
Somerville, Mass. 25 8 -
Springfield, Mass. 6 -

TOTAL 2,837 1,591 409
Carlots on basis 500 boxes per car.





29 -
WEIG~EED AvEEAGE AUCTION PRICES EnIfA .ORI S EANS
1949-50 SASON

NEW YORK CITY PHILADELPHIA


Interior Indian les Interior Indian les
River %5 n. e Tiver
W, Boxes Boxes xes Boxes oxes oe
Sng Carse Age CarsAg CIrsAvg. Cars Avg. Cars AI g Cars Av


S$ $ $ $
1949
9
16 -

23
30 -
Oct. 7 -
14 45.85 1 4.50 -
21 17 5,59 ..: 5 5.88 -
28 47 4.78 2 4.96 22 4,86 -
Nov. 4 5 4.06 33.95 -32 3.90 -
11 68 3,55 15 3.74 37 3.69 3 4.12
18 110 3.37 6 4.36 59 3.11 -
25 102 3.17 13 4.25 57 3.14 2 3,92 -
Dec. 2 92 3.18 30 4.37 39 3.28 4 3.80
9 110 3,16 55 3.76 5 3.60 54 3.31 9 3,89
16 89 3.05 65 3.50 5 3.94 50 3.00 16 3,41 5 3.95
23 64 3.30 69 3.93 26 2.93 34 3.42 12 3.83 17 3.02
30 30 4.89 46 5.09 2 4.09 14 4,51 12 4.65 5 3.25
1950
an.s 75 4,39 47 5.10 12 3.85 35 4.23 7 4.59 3 3.27
13 61 4.50 61 4.94 24 3.02 28 4.66 10,5.21. 9 3.19
20 57 4,79 92 5.09 14 3,22 .31 4.46 13 4.79 10.2.99
27 79 4.64 91 4.93 23.3.03 34 4.64 12 4.92 8 2.98
Feb. 3 47 5.25 71 5.51 19 3.30 23 5.52 10 5.71 8 3.54
10 73 5.74 73 6.17 25 3.35 29 5.59 14 5.95 15 3.07
17 87 5.46 71 6.05 27 2.85 29 5.40 11 5.74 8 2.79
24 68 5.13 74 5.67 13 2t98 30 5.54 9 5.84 7 3.44
Mar. 3 53 5.55 67 6.14 14 3.37 22 5.70 7 6.13 6 3.08
10 56 6.43 66 6,76 25 3.43 20 6.09 13 6,63 14 3.04
17 80 5.92 79 6.50 21 3.21 25 5.95 10 6.83 16 2.95
24 96 5,41 88 5.92 21 3.29 38 5.23 14 5.76 9 2.80
31 82 5.33 73 5.81 19 3.47 29 5.26 12 5.42 4 2.82
Apr. 7 69 5.12 72 5.44 28 3.36 45 5.05 8 5.60 9 3.16
14 64 5,33 60 5,61 11 3.15 25 5.21 8 5.38 3 3.58
21 84 5.15 83 5.39 16 3,07 41 5.01 12 5,27 7 3.26
28 90 4.79 71 5.04 12 2,97 36 4.73 9 5.22 5 3.25
May 5 -75 4.98 54 4.98 4 2,61 29 4.84 15 4.95 3 3.29
12 84 4.92 60 5,20 1 2.50 38 4.63 11 4.78 2 3.24
19 87 5.16: 73 5.15 1 2.32 35 4.75 13 4.85 -
26 114 4.67, 75 4.82 .33 5.10 13 5.04 -
June 2 90 4.67 40 5.07 32 4.73 10 4.74 -
9 86 5.31 47 5.45 27 5.20 4 5.54
16 105 5.66 25 6.17 35 5.48 45.72
23 113 5.14 21 5,62 24 5.51 2 5,35
30 84 5.73 18 5.83 23 5.71 2 6,23 -
July 7 46 6.31 10 6.76 12 5.80 2 6.02 -.
14 47 5.85 10 6.87 11 596 1 6.26 -
21 43 5.43 10 6,61 13 5.30 -
28 25 6.30 1 7.40 4 5.86 -


TOTALS 3,010 4.79 1,987 5.33 367 3.21 1,240 4.59 314 5.15 173 3,12
Total Sales, Fla. Oranges, Total Sales, Fla. Oranges,
excluding Temples ---.. 4,997 cars Avg. $5.00 excluding Temples 1,554 cars Avg.$4.70


through the cooperation of the Florida


Made available
Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service





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WEIGEtD AMVMERAE -8aCTI IBIRES _--aFIEiM ORbMIES
1949-5 -SSSON


BOSTON 1 -- P ITT SBURGH


Interior lea Interior Rdive Temples
Week Boxes RoIs 4 5 .Bz. Boes BeR5 B. Bx.
Ending Cars Avg. Cars jg. Cars Avg. CarsAg CarslAg, Cars Avg.


S1949

9
16
23
30
.Oct. 7
14
21
28
.Nov,.. 4
.11
.18
25
I do. 2
9
16
23
30
1950
Jan' 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar, 3
10
17
24
.31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
..May- 5
.12
19
.26
- June 2
S 9
.16
23
30
SJuly 7
14
21
28


.5 --



.1 5.09
5 4.29
6 3.71
10 3.30
8 3.27
14 3,21
.6 3.20
.9 3.16
5 3.22
1 4.68

2 4.71
1 4.22
.3 4.75
1 5,45
. 2 633
5 6.18
1 4.81
. 46.16
.. 5 6.60
. 1 6,54
9 5.56
S8 5.51
7 5,60
5 5.32
11 5,09
5 5.08
9 5.15
10 5,15
6 4,62
5 5,24
12 4,85
3 4.84
3 6.18
.12 5.82
.5 600
- 2 5,96
. 2 6,44
. 8 561
-2 5:27"


1 3.89

1 3.99

1 3.85
7 3.58
10 3,69
8 4,66

3 4.85
10 5.12
19 4.90
20 4,90
17 5.41
11 6.04
10 6.08
1 6.20
9 5.92
9 6.66
11 6626
13 5.76
8 5,77
9 5,58
12 5.82
9 5,45
12 4,Z8
11 5,18
14 4,92
14 4.59
-11' 5,11
12 4.92
7 4,80
,.- eo
5 4 7
.25i,68


.-- -






- -







2 3,43
3 2.90
2 3.58
1 3.39
1 2,72

3`2,91
2 2.78
1 3,29


2 2.92


S- -


3 3.87
7 3.22
6 3,67
8 3.37
8 3.30
13 3.21
9 3.33
3 4.28

7 3,96
8 4.51
7 4.50
8 4.54
7 5.37
7 5 44
6 5,37
6 5,27
'7 5.24
7 5.86
S5 5,62
6 5,32
"5 5.,39
8 5-26
" 9 4.77
8 4.71
6 4.83
" 6 4,80
7 5,15
10 4.70
S5 5:12
9 4,66
7 4.84
4 5.42
3 5.39
6 4.89
1 5,79
-= ,m


It


2
2
1

1
2
2










* 1
1 .
3


1.01





3.00
3.09
2.79
2.82

3.65
3.07
2.51
,,


-TOJTALS -2. 14 4,82.. 285 5,24 17 3.07 232 4.60 12 2.78


.Total Sales, Fla. Oranges,
- excluding Temples ---- .. 499 cars Avg. $5,06


Total Sales, Fla. Oranges,
Excluding Temples 232 cars Avg. 4,60


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





- 31 -


I
1 .



-
a-

-






2.18


1949

S9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28.
Nov, 4
11
18
25..
Dec. 2
9.
16
23
30
1950
Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
30
July 7
14
21
28


-





2.8
.. ~
-
-
-
2.7 .
.


- a'











- 13.76 *
2 2 87
3 2,37
- 2 2.70


.-






S5. ,4
-- -





- 4 4.87
S12 3,39
13 3.42
7 4.10
S21 3.17
S14 3.50
S22 3.24
*13 3.37
2 5.18 ..

S2 5.36
7 4.84
10 4.83
11 4.82
'5 5,61
'9 5,80
10 5.42
*7 5.57
.9 5,,52
9 5,76
*4 6,58
12 5,45
12 5,17
13 5,44
16. 5,05
.-14 4,89
10 5,26
S14'4,99
13-4 56
12 5.38
S10 5,14
13 5.12
18 61
12 5,06
3 5.93
3 5,50
1 6.07
S1 6,62
-2 6'41


9 *




4 5,63. -
5 5.39.
21 3.95.
15 3.86
20 3.25
24 3.18..
19 2,92..,
17 3.30
'25 3.23
'14 3.32
6 4.34 -,..

5 4,47
12 4,66
'20 4,46
14 4,72
:'9 5.09
12 5.51
16 5.38
-16 5.23
12 5,34
S11 5.46
16 5.47
17 5,33
23 5.32
21 5.03
20 4.92
-24 4.71
11 4.80
22 4.40
- 12 4,47
13 5.26
- 19 4,86
-* 18 '4.71
S18 .479
13 5,25
12 5.66
6 5,19

-1 9


TOTALS 371 4-70 1 2.87 -29 2,96 563 455. 7 4,76 .65 3.06


Total Sales, .Fla, ranges,
excluding Temples ----


372 cers Avg.. $4.69


Total Sales,. .la, Oranges,
excluding Temples --- 570 cars Avg,$4.55 '.


.- ..... Made ati~ilable .....
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus .change & the-Federal-State Market News Service


3,56
2,69

3,25
3.01
3.15
3.10
3.13
3,28
2.21


3.42
-



-


2
.2
3'

3 -













'
*0I

..r




-


*
1
6

..". 3
'1
4
.2
S- .'4



1






-,

.*




4.89
458
4.80

-
-
-









-


,.


-












,,


3 3,38
9 2,64
3 2,80
2 2.52
4 3.39.
6 3.16
4 2.97
4 2.85
3 2.74
3 3.49
2 2.94
5. 3,39
3 4.04
2 3.50
1 3.87
1 3.43
1 3.50
1"2.11


S1 -

.




.


* e '





32-
WEIGHE AVAGE AUCTION PRICES FLORIDA OHRGES
1949-50 SEASON

ST. LOUIS CINCINNATI


Interior Inian Temples Interior Indian Temples
Week Boxes B 4/5 Boxes oxes 4/
Ending Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars CAvg Cas Cars Avg.
d i 4A $ $
1949

16
Oct.- -7 - -


14
21 6. -
28 2 4,60 2 4.30 -
Nov. 4 8 4.31 -
11 4 4.09 14 3.20 -
18 14 3.05 12 3.14 -
25 6 3.75 13 3.34 -
Dec. 2 17 3.09 19 2.93 -
9 9 3.18 -13 3.23 -
16 18 3.04 23 3.02 1 3,28
23 13 3.43 1 1.78 13 3.54 2 2.95
30 2 4.09 2 4.45 -
1950
Jan. 1 4.44 3 4.25 -
13 8 4.18 8 4,21 2.74
20 5 4.37 9 4.26 3 2.30
27 6 4.78 8 4.52 2 2.07
Feb. 3 3 5.24 1 3.06 55.4 -
10 3 567 1 3.14 6 5,5 -
17 8 5.52 -1 2.88 12 5,28 -
24 7 5.30 12 5.26 3.48
Mar. 3 6 5,37 10 4,98 12,44
10 5 5.47 6 5.84 13.16
17 6 5.74 10 555 1 3.27
24 10 5.27 13 5.02 4 3.18
31 12 4.96 14 4.87 2 3.30
Apr. 7 9 5.14 10 5.24 -
14 15 4.83 14 5.10 3.37
21 7 4.61 18 4.74 1.2.80
28 7 4.85 15 4.39 -
May 5 10 4.51 18 4.40 -
12 8 4.43 16 4.43 -
19 6 5.40 8 4.67 -
26 12 4.68 15 5,22 -
June 2 9 4.51 14 4.61 -
9 8 4.69 15 4.21 -
16 6 4.31 3 5.51 -
23 3 5.25 3 5.57 -
30 4 5.82 6 5.43 -
July 7 3 5,72 2 6.04 -
14 1 5.38 1 5.78 -
21 1 5,74 1 6.22 -
28 .a 2 2.88 -
TOTALS 274 4.43 4 2.72 397 4.39 242.80

Total Sales, Fla. Oranges, Total Sales, Fla Oranges,
excluding Temples -- --- 274 cars Avg. $4.43 excluding Teples --- 397 cars Avg.$4.39
Made available
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service





33 -

WEIGHED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES -. F!RIDR A ORANGES
194950 SEASON


DETROIT BALTIMORE


Interior Temples Interior diTemples
River River
Week Boxes Boxes 4/5 C. Bx Boxes Boxes 4/ BaB
nding Cars IAvg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars IAvg. CarsAg.


1949
Sepi1
9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1950
Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17.
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
30
July 7
*14
21
28


T.





-264


6.17
4.53
3.42
3.48
3.81
3.1.2
3.73
3,34
3.48
4.23

4,45
5.17
4.69
4.70
5,32
5.67
5.61
5.53
5.91
5.71
5,64
5.53
5,30
5.35
5.00
4,89
5.15
5.20
4,71
4.96
5,93
5.26
4.74
5.05
5.92
5;17
5.75
6.21
5;09


- -.T
1 3.17
5 2.77
5 2.69
1 2.81
1 3.61

5 2,98
2 2,71
3 3.53
6 2.81
1 3.17

1 3-11
* -





- *


2.50

3.14

2.92
3.02
3.16
3.46







5.10


5.13
5.33
5.13
5.06
4.61

4.46
4,76
4.67
4.34
3.87
4,66
4,61


TOTALS 415 4.78 33 2.92 31 4.20 -

Total Sales, Fla, Oranges, Total Sales, Fla. Oranges,
excluding Temples ----- 415 cars Avg. $4.78 excluding Temples -- 31 cars Avg. $4.20
Made available
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State MIarket News Service


"



,




,






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34 -
WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FLORIDA RANGES
1949-50'W ASON '

TOTAL ALL CITIES


Interior Indian Teples
Week Boxes es 4/5 Bu. Boxes
Ending Cars Avg. Cars Av Cars Avg.
$ 4 $


1949
Sept.2
9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1956
Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
30
July 7
14
21
28


27
81
136
.175
260
236
247
244
270
177
65

133
142
154
172
106
151
186
155
132
136
156
216
199
202
182
228
192
200
204
192
224
212
200
192
S178
141
68
66
71
34


-




5.58
5.67
4.85
4.07
3.58
3.27
3.26
3.15
3,26
3.10
3.37
4.65

4.34
4,57
4.61
4,66
5.33
5,67
5,45
5,28
5,52
6.08
5.84
5.35
5,26
5,16
5.13
4.97
4.80
4.83
4.76
5.03
4.89
4.75
5.00
5.49
5.32
5.65
6.15
5.89
5.46
5.94


-




4,96
3.95
3.81
4,36
4.19
4.30
3.77
3.49
3.88
4.96

5.02
4,99
5.02
4.92
5.51
6.12
6.01
5.69
6.11
6.73
6.50
5.88
5.75
5.46
5.62
5.38
5.05
5.00
5.10
5.03
4.88
4.99
5.37
6.08
5.60
5.87
6,64
6.81
6.61
7.40


-






6
13
54
9

15
38
42
49
35
53
46
38
29
53
55
42
30
41
18
27
18
8
4
1
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3.62
3.73
2.83
3.31

3.73
3.08
2.93
2,91
3.24
3.27
2.89
3.02
3.14
3.24
3.09
3.07
3.36
3.36
3.29
3.12
3.07
2.97
2.77
2.32








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TOTALS 6,747 4.68 2,594 5.29 724 3.13

Total Sales, Fla, Oranges,
excluding Temples -----.------- ----- -- 9,341 cars Avg. $4.85
Made available through the cooperation of the Florida
Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service


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35

WEIrED AVERAGE AU ACTION ICS .ORIDA GRPEP.IT
1949-50 SEASON

NEW YORK CITY

W--ITE I PTNfI g K


SE -D SEEDLESS TtT
Interior -. 'Interior 'fv Interior i *
Cars Avg. Cars lAv. Cars lgA. Cers -Avs. CarslAvg,. Cars Ava.


I -.


1949

9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1950
Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
30
July 7
14
21


1 6.94
1 6.08
13 4.75
22 4.36
16 4.36
16 4,29
18 3.87
25 3.07
9 3.46
12 3.77
12 4.06
9 4.02
15 3,61
5 4.22

9 4.02
14 4.48
19 3.48
17 3.11
5 3,71
4 4.08
8 4.07
8 3.60
11 3.36
4 3.81
3 4.23
12 3.95
5 4.91
8 3,97
4 4.09
4 3.50
6 4.07
10 4.06
10 3.99
14 3,63
8 3.80
15 3,38
6 3.05
4 3,62
1 2.46
2 2.55

1 4,20
1 4.70


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4 5.97

5 5,52
8 5.11
2 5,44
7 4.18
10 3.76
6 4.38
4 4.70
5 4.80
8 4,52
3 4.58

2 4.82
5 5,31
12 3,99
5 3.79
3 4.05
3 4.15
8.4.56
9 4.19
15 3.77
6 3.85
3 4.57
6 4,55
10 4.87
12 4.90
6 4,38
5 4,67
5 4.81
3 4.52
4 4,94
3 5,48
2 5,84
2 3.23


1 5.93



13 5.50
16 5,64
18 5,86
18 5,08
24 4.59
25 3.87
10 4.35
16 4.18
18 4.45
18 4.31
19 3,69
9 4.41

10 4.58
21 4,99
32 4.26
18 3,95
21 3,99
19 4.32
7 4.69
23 4.39
24 3.98
18 4.24
9 5.12
34 4.31
31 5.10
48 4.72
37 4.41
37 4,27
40 4.74
37 4.93
66 4,82
73 4.35
73 4,15
50 4,03
52 4.07
50 4.20
46 3.93
36 4.08
11 4.84
6 5.11
2 5,79
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8 6.96
18 6.93
16 7.63
25 6,81
30 6.48
50 5.40
32 5,78
41 6,03
35 6.32
49 6.01
67 5.04
30 6,05

27 6,49
43 6.85
59 5.64
45 5.40
44 5,52
53 5.65
51 5,97
58 5.55
62 5,36
54 5,65
51 6,42
64 6.31
44 6,93
70 6.35
63 5.62
42 6,36
52 6,68
38 7,12
44 6.84
31 6,96
24 7,09
7 7,93
4 6,94
4 7.15
1 5.32


1 5.66
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4.80
4.53

4,27
4.98
5.98
4.72
3.81
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4.88

4.42
4.63

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1 5,62
2 6.06
2 6.24
5 5,73
5 5,21
3 6,26
1 5,54
1 5,30
2 6.63
6 5,74
5 4.56
2 5.49

1 5.36
2 6.98
8 5,56
5 5.05
3 4.80
2 4.77

5 5.97
2 5.35
1 5.69
3 5.86
4 562
1 6.49
4 6.55
1 6.53
1 5.91
4 5.88
1 6,35
1 5.88
3 5.32
1 4.69
1 3,05
3 4.40
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TOTALS 387 3.85 191 4,51 1,127 4,43 1,438 6.11 22 4,49 8 5,37 92 5.58 355 6.90

Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit, all varieties and sections ---------- 3,620 cars Avg. $5.31

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


Week
Ending


1 6.99
8 6.90
7 7.16
12 7.09
8 6.86
26 6.48
16 6.22
9 6.96
17 6.96
18 6.72
24 5.56
6 6.60

5 7,55
12 7,65
13 7.54
12 7,04
24 6.39
12 6.23
8 7.15
15 6.98
8 6.98
13 7.19
11 7.20
10 7.37
12 7,56
6 7.97
13 7,72
11 7,15
6 7.08
3 7.46
4 7.31
4 7.21
1 8.00
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WEIGBD AVERAGE 1AUTINr PRICES FIORIDA, GRAPEFRUIT
1949.50 SEAS0N

PHILADELPHIA

SWHE iTE P IK
S SEED EEDL S.E S SEED SEED ESS
Wek Interior .II a Interior Inin Interior Ii a Interior
Wenk I t ierroA C as
Ending Cars CAvg. Cars Cars Avg. CCrs ars Avg, Cars. lAg. CarsAg. CArs Avg,

1949

9 -
16 -
23
30 -
Oct, 7 16.80
14 7 5.22 3 5.67 -
21 14 4,20 1 5,97 2 7,31 2 670 1 4.68 2 6.13 4 7.41
28 11 4.28 6 5,88 1 6.54 1 5.37 3 6.28 -
Nov. 4 13 3.61 9 4.67 3 5.12 55.54
11 10 3.69 11 4,68 6.18 1 5.10 4 6,02 16.34
18 10 3,77 10 4.16 3 597 2 4.35 3 7.33
25 9 3,63 8 4.27 2 5.34 1 4.68 5 649 1 6.13
Dec. 2 7 4.13 2 4.35 10 4.73 1 6.54 1 5.11 .35.95 2 7.02
9 7 3.77 3 4.12 9 4.72 2 5.88 3 6.24
16 3 4.07 1 4.92 11 4.34 5 5.96 4 596 3 6.78
23 11 3.46 3 5,38 11 4.43 3 5.22 3 4.09 3 589 1 5.61
30 3 3.74 1 4,21 5 4.33 1 6,15 1 5.60 2 6.29
1950
JEa'.6 3 3.62 1 4.30 8 4.59 1 6.39 -
13 6 4,40 4 4.34 8 4.88 2 6.19 3 595 1 804
20 7 3.36 4 4,64 20 4.02 8 5.56 15,88 6.60
27 6 3,30 1 3,35 12 3,84 6 4.57 1 5.59 5.37 2 6.04
Feb. 3 5 3,39 1 4.11 12 4.07 2 5,03 7 527
10 2 4.10 1 4.64 4 4.82 9 5.29 7 4.85 3 5.88
17 4.4.16 2 4.28 7 4.72 8 5.59 1 6.19 -
24 8 3.37 2 4.11 14 3,96 13 4.97 2 6.05 2 6.31 -
Mar. 3 2 3.49 4 3.96 8 4.50 9 5.37 -
10 5 3.90 4 4.56 10 4.43 3 5.54 1 5.90 1 6.25 2 6.08 1 8.62
17 2 4,05 5 4.73 10 4,90 5 6.52 2 6.78 3 8.36
24 6 3,76 5 4,63 13 4.58 8 5.93 1 6.05 1 6,23 3 5.81 4 6.85
31 6 3.81 6 4,29 11 4.44 4 6.21 1 5,89 1 5,72 1 5,66 2 6.73
Apr. 7 4 4,04 3 4.71 12 4,63 9 6.31 1 6.07 1 6,04 1 6.82
14 1 3,49 3 4.78 17 4.33 11 566 1674 -
21 1 3.25 3 4,95 16 4.36 9 6.08 -
28 2 3.76 3 4,38 13 4.29 5 5.78 1 4,72 2 6.20 1 7.86
May 5 4 4,08 1 4.65 14 5,33 2 7.71 -
12 2 3,60 4 4,50 25 4.41 1 5,45 -
19 2 3,26 1 4.17 28 4.07 3 5.28 -
26 2 2,61 22 4.38 2 4.48 -
June 2 2 5.04 11 4.24 1 4.05 -
9 10 4,44 2 4.56 -
16 2 3.57 81 3.3 -
23 4 3.02 11 3.97 -
30 1 2,87 7 4.72 -
July 7 3 4.74 -
14 2 5.00 -
21 2 431 -
28 -


TOTALS 154 3,82 69 4.51 444 4.42 144 5,66 23 5,23 3 6.07 77 5,90 32 6.93

Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit, all varieties and sections 9------ 986 cars Avg. $4.71

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





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DS UEGIEW AVE RAGE 15DRIDA GRAPSSATIT


B OS 8 0 N


SEED SEED ESS E S Z D SEEDL Ess
Week Interior Interior Interior Interior i Av
Ending Cars Av. CarsAvg. Cars Avg, Cars Avg. Cars Avg, Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg.
1 $ $ $ $


9
9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1950
Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
30
July 7
14
21


4
3
1
2
1
2
3
1
1
1


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4,51
4.54
4.45
4,56
4.11
3.55
3.92
4.13
4.23
4.18


1 3.49
1 4.72
1 4.57
3 3,32


1 4.12












1 3.97
1 2.83
1 3,07
1 4,26


4.26
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3.67
4.37
4.17
4.92
4.38
4,15
4,26
4,05
4.50
5.23
4.36
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4.21
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5,68
6.20
5.76
5.36
4.22
5,325

4.67
4,23
4.38
4.30



4.48
4.15
5.08
4.37
4.62
4.78
4.95
3,93
-4.16
4,81
5.46
4.21
4.31
4.39
4.05
4,63
4.72
4.82
3.84
5.51
3.79
4.09
5.29
5,63
5,53
5.77


1 6.60
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1 5.39
1 5.31

1 5,97

3 5.72
4 5.36
2 5.33

1 5.79
2 6.39
1 5.83
1 5.80
2 5.27
3 5.60
3 5,36
1 5.54
7 5.33
9 4,83
5 5.09
3 5.76
8 6.10
3 5.60
3 5.48
2 4,75
1 6.19
2 5.98
1 6,17
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TOTALS 30 4.05 41 4.31 76 4.68 72 5.50 4 4.43 1 5.72 19 5.39 4 6.50

Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit, all varieties end sections ------------- 247 cars Avg. $4,87

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







-38-


WEIGI!ED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES fIOMIDA GRAEPSIT
194S-50 SE~HN



PITTSBURGH


W T H I T. P I NK
SEED SEEDLESS SED S-DLES S

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1949


9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
-30
1950


13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
30
July 7
14
21
28


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2 2.50



1 3.89






1 4,00
2 3.89


1 3.75






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TOTALS 13 3.55 94 4.44 7 6.20 -


Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit, -all varieties cnd sections ------------- 114 cars Avg. $4.44


Mede available
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service


- 14.05
- 1 5,10
- 3 4.96
- 5 4.61
- 3 4.53
- 44.45
- 6 4.99
- 3 5.47
7 5.18
2 4.62
7 493
9 4.07
6 4.05
6 4.73
6 5.14
5 4.24
8 4.04
3 3.51
5 2.56
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1949.50 SESON



CLEVELAND

S. I w tT E P'I L N '' .K

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1949

9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
-9
16
23
30
1950
Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
30
July 7
14
21
28


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1 5,15
1 5.30
2 3.54
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1 3,?0





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Total Sales, Fla, grapefruit, all varieties and sections --------- 198 cars Avg. $4.93

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


15.20 -
3 4.31
1 4.92 -
1 3.57 -

14.35 -
1 5.27 -



1 4,65 -
1 4.92
2 4,72
2 4.05 -
1 4.15 -

3 4,77 1 6.77
4 476 -
4 4.15
45.13
4 5.64 1 5.60
7 5,26 -
13 4.51 -
6 4.77 .
10 4.81 -
10 4.35 -
7 4.54 -
8 4.86 -
4 4.78.
9 4.62 -
12 3.56 -
5 3,55 -
2 2.93 -
3 4.44
3 4.18 -
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WEIGHZED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FIRIDA GRAPEEUJIT
1949-50 SEASON

CHI CAGO

WH I TE PI NK
SEED SEEDLESS.- SEED r-D S1E DLE SS,
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1949
si --- -
9 14.17 -
16 -
23 -
30 -
Oct.- 7- -
14 1 4.06 45.72 1.6 -
21 -. . 2 6,42
28 54.45 -
Nov 4 1 469 687 -
11 3 4.36 1.6.66
18 -
18
25 1 3.5 13.6 5 -
Dec. 2 2 3.46 5.53 -
9 2 3.82 1,6.72 -
16 2 417 2 6.50 -
23 ..- 4454, -5
30 1 .82 -
1950
.Y 14,28 .- -
13 1 3.96 2 5.80 -
20 23, 5 -9 1
27 43,93 -6
Feb. 3 13.50 .3 1 1 1 4.44 -
10 3 4.77 2 5.78 -
17 7 4.59 -
24 10 4.22 15.43
r, 3 8 4,96 5. -6
10 13 4,65 37.13 -
17 15 4,55 3 .28
24 75.06 3.644 -
31 17 4.55 3.63 -
Apr. 7 19 4.64 8 7.25 -
14 14 422 17.05 -
21 17 4.32 1 657 -
28 154,64 18.14 -
May 5 16 4.71 -..2 7.05 -
.12 18 4.01 1 6.57 -
.19 20 3.62 17.13 ...- -
26 11 4.40 25.03 -
June 2 1 3.11 18 3.10 1 3.98 -
9 10 3.69 -
16 7 3.59 -
23 9 3,40 -
30 63.14 -
July -.. -
14 -
21 -
28 -
TOTALS 4 3,56 1 4.17 290 4.22 1 2,41 .- 60 6.29

Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit, all varieties and sections -------,--- 356 cars Avg. $4.55

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







41-


WIGHIED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES .. FOIDA& GRPEHAilIT

1949-50 Esa=S




ST. LOU IS


WHE T P INK
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9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
.30
1950

* Jan. 6
13
-20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
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23
30
July 7
14
21
28


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Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit, all varieties and sections ---- ------ 139 cars Avg. $4.21


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


- 1 4.90
- 6, -
- a 6 4.8 -
S 6 4.79 -

- 9 47 .77
- 7 4.80 -
S- 17 4.19 -
- 0 3.64 -
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42 -

EIGSED AVERAGE &UCTWION.-RICES FL0EIDI. GAPEFIrIT
1949.50 SFASON

CINCINNATI

, WH: E ... P I K


Endin, CasiAvg.l Cza'Avg. *AsgA.g.g Ca"SnAvg CasiAvg.L Ca'sLAvg. C-"siAv.l Ca'slAvg.
Week Interiaor Interior Interior Indian Interior

4 8 $ $ $ 8 8

9 1 5 -
16 .- 473 -
23 -
30 -
Oct. -
14 1 3.54 2 4.83 -
21 2 4.78 1 5.66 36.16
28 4 3.77 2 4,5 -
Nov. 4 3 4.73 6.07 -
11 3 3.87 2 5.43 -
18 1 3.99 1 4.86 -
25 1 3.94 -
Dec. 2 .- 36.04 -
9 - -. 35.49
16 1 303 -
23 1 4.16 - -
30 a
1950
-O. a. - a -a-
13 16.38
20 2 5.58
27 5 3.41 a a a 2 4.22
Feb. 3 1 4.88 1 5.37
10 .- 4.69 a -
17 64.49 16.67
24 7 4.42 4.67 3 6.15 -
Mar. 3 3.93 -. 3 6.13 -
10 7 4.57 1 .1 -s 4 6.17
17 2 4.07 8 4,68 2 5,92 -
24 8.46 2 5.62 6.58 -
31 -. 84.58 a 26.42
Apr. 7 11 4.5 1 605 -
14 -13 3.90 -
21 9 3.90 6.8
28 1 3.72 9 452 -
May 5 6 4.71 -
12 1 3.69 12 4.60 -
19 2 3.43 11 3.84 .
26 9 3.45 -
June 2 7 3.74 -
9 8 3.80 -
16 10 3,56 -
23 .. 7 3,64 -
30 2 3.66 -
July-7 a a. a a. a a .
14
21 -- a - a a a -
28 a a a
TOT LS 14 3.83 2 483 189 4.18 1 4.73 7 5.38 37 5.97

Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit, all varieties end sections -------. 250 cars Avg. $4.46

Made available
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal.State Market News Service






43 -

VIuHAE=D AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FLOBIM. GRAPIBE IT
1949-S50 S&LSON


DE T RO I T

i i T E i I ,
E.ITE L-. Z .P


WeeK Interior Inteior Interior. Interior Wi

Bading Cars Avg, ICg. Avg. Cars Ag Cars Avg. Cars cVyg Ca A1g, Cer ATg. Cars8Avg

$ i: .


9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1950"

13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
10
26
June' 2
9
16
23
30
July 7
14
21
28


-






1 5.87
4 4,09
1 4.36
1 4,08
1 4,00
1 4.06
1 3.46

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1 2.99
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1- 453
3 3.72
1- 4.01
2 3.63


.1 4.15

S3.52

1 2,83
1 2.89
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1 5.66
2 5.82
3 4.64
3 4.79
2 4.64
6 4.03
3 4.58


3 4,24
1 4.79
1 4.89




1 4.38
1 2.60
2 3.80
3 4,36
.2 461
7 4.09
5 4.34
9.4.60
5 4.58
.8.4.79
10 4.38
- 6 4.88
12 4.86
14 4.09
5 4.64
9 4.76
15 4.06
6 3.89
11 3.67
4 4.16
10 3.48
6 3.39


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27.11
3-6.90
4 6.54
-1 5.84
2 6.28
1 5.63

4 6.21
4 551
1 6.10




1 6.68
1 5,25
4 5,63
.2 4,13
2 5.92
-2 6,53
1 5.36
6 6.05
3 6.07
-2 6.50
2 6.91
5 6.36
1 6,40
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TOTALS 22 3.89 -- 176.4.30 .. 4.82 34.75 -. 57.6.17 -


otal Sales, Fla. grapefruit, all varieties and sections ------- 262 cars Avg, $4.68


Made available
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal.State Market News Service


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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES FLORIDn GRAPMEHJIT
1949-60 SEA0SN


1949

9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1950
Jan. 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. 3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
30
July 7
14
21
28


1 3.81
1 402




1 3.20
2 2,89



1 3.11








2 3,24
1 3.42



1 3.52




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1 4.09





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TOTALS 14 3,55 3 349 1 3.48 -


Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit, all varieties and sections -- ------- 18 cars Avg. $3.54


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


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45-

WIGHED AVERAE AUCTION PIECESS ELRIDA GRMUAMFUIT
1949-50 SFSAN

TOTAL ALL CITIES

WH "E PI NK-
SED SEEDLESS SSEEF. z P S EEDL ESS
k Interior Indian Inteior dian t Ineriterior Indian
Sdi CarcslA. Cars CarslAvg. CarslAvg. .rsAv. CarsAvg., CarslAvg. CErsAvg.
$ $ $ $ t $ $ $


1949

9
16
23
30
Oct. 7
14
21
28
Nov. 4
11
18
25
Dec. 2
9
16
23
30
1950
Jan, 6
13
20
27
Feb. 3
10
17
24
Mar. .3
10
17
24
31
Apr. 7
14
21
28
May 5
12
19
26
June 2
9
16
23
30
July 7
14
21
28


1 6.94
1 6.08
S23 4.83
46 4.38
41 4,22
32 3,99
31 3,86
37 3,31
25 3.56
25 3.80
20 3,96
S14 3.98
28 3.55
8 4.04

13 3.88
21 4.47
28 3.48
28 3,22
15 3.36
7 3.99
13 4.10
17 3.51
14 3,39
9 3.86
7 4.13
19 3.92
18 4.09
16 3.98
8 3,85
6 3.50
9 3,96
15 4.07
14 3.92
21 3,61
13 3.44
20 3.49
8 3.18
6 3.60
5 2.91
3 2,66

1 4.20
1 4,70


1 4.17



7 5.85
1 5.97
5 5.52
8 5.11
2 5.44
8 4.19
11 3.76
9 4.39
7 4.45
6 4,82
14 4.80
4 4.49

3 4.64
9 4,88
16 4.15
9 3.70
6 4.16
5 4.25
11 4,54
12 4,19
22 3.86
14 4,17
11 4,50
12 4.58
19 4.74
22 4.70
.14 4,29
9 4.71
8 4,65
4 4.55
8 4,72
4 5.15
2 5.84
2 3.23
-

-


5.31



5,60
5.87
5.48
4.97
4.60
3,99
4.37
4.30
4.50
4.30
4.05
4.27

4.57
4,93
4,20
3.83
4.05
4.49
4,66
4.31
4.28
4.52
4.83
4,62.
4.72
4.68
4,40
4.19
4.53
4.88
4.56
4.17
4.02
3,83
3,87
3,92
3,85
4., 11
4,90
5.16
5,05
5.09


1 4k73


8 6,96
21 6,89
17 7,56
25 6,81
33 6.43
54 5.43
34 5.75
43 6.04
37 6,30
57 5,99
74 5.06
33 6.01

29 6,46
48 6.77
68 5.63
53 5,29
50 5.46
65 5.60
63 5.91
72 5.44
78 5,36
66 5.53
62 6.31
75 6,25
56 6.76
82 6,32
77 5,62
53 6.25
58 6,59
42 7,09
45 6.83
35 6,76
26 6,89
8 7,45
6 6.14
4 7.15
1 5.32


1 5.66
1 8&18


1 6.80

1 4.68
2 5.24
7 4.93
4 4.74
3 4.52
3 4.38
2 5.05
1 5.98
2 4.72
6 3,96
2 3,74


5.88
5.77
2.41
4.88

5.05
4.63
5.58
4.51
5,76
5.15
6,06
4.57

4.72
4,37
3.48

2.48


-



5.25
-





5.37
5,37









4,63


6,25
5.46
5.87
5.72
6.40
-


5 6.84
16 6,39
14 6.18
14 5.73
22 5,66
7 6.63
10 6,07
13 6,00
16 5.85
14 5,91
15 5.00
4 5.79

3 5,64
10 6.07
23 5.88
22 5.21
17 5,23
16 5,49
S7 5,84
19 6.08
16 6.16
15 6.44
15 6.35
23 6.18
9 6,36
17 6.98
3 6.77
5 5,92
7 6,29
4 6,86
5 5.82
4 5.77
4 4.71
2 3.52
3 4.40
3 -0



e -


1 6,99
12 7.07
7 7,16
13 7.10
9 6.80
27 6.49
17 6.21
11 6,97
18 6.95
21 6.73
25 5.56
8 6,52

5 7.55
13 7,68
13 7,54
14 6.90
24 6,39
15 6.16
8 7,15
15 6.98
8 6.98
14 7.29
14 7.45
14 7,22
14 7,44
7 7.81
13 7.72
11 7.15
7 7.19
3 7,46
5 7.03
4 7.21
1 8.00
- -


"' OTALS I


687 3,84 305 4.49 2,672 4,38 1,661 6,04


Total Sales, Fla, grapefruit,


63 4.82 12 5.58 399 5.94 391 6.90


all varieties and sections ---------- 6,190 cars Avg. $5.04


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





46 -
SAvcAGE ALUCTION PICS FRID&A TANGERINES
1949-50) S 0--


NEW YOI PIIA- BOSTON PITTSBUEI LEVELAND CHICAGO
CITY DLPHIA

Week
Endi Cars A. Cars Avg. Cars Arg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg,

1949
Sep -

23
Oct 7- -
14
28 1 4.64
ov 23 -3.60
S 1 .41 3.03 3 3.92
O 18 12 507 3 2 3.01 1 4.
25 41 4.98 15 432 1 4.05 5 4.02
Dec. 2 81 3.59 25 3,68 3 3,60 1 3.53 2 3.63 5 3,73
9 101 3.03 30 3.21 5 2,73 4 3.19 10 3.18 17 3.38
16 86 2.65 34 2.62 3 2.64 5 2.47 13 2.80 19 2.47
23 122 2.58 47 2.69 5 2,82 6 2.36 12 3.03 28 2,39
30 81 2.26 27 2.37 8 2,17 7 2,53 11 2.64 12 2.57
1950
3Ji'-' 6 54 2.19 25 2.10 2 1.98 4 2.37 7 2.21 14 2,61
13 69 2.12 30 1.93 4 2.05 7 1.84 14 1.90 35 1.74
20 90 2.20 26 2.15 6 2.10 4 2.30 7 2,49 13 2 18
27 62 2,65 21 2.44 4 2:58 6 2,58 10 2,55
Feb. 3 88 3.45 26 2,45 2 2.08 4 2,25 10 2,30 23 2.03
10 85 2,30 38 2.05 4 2.25 4 2.24 9 2,18 11 2,25
17 63 2.22 22 1,82 1 2,03 5 2,31 8 2,58 16 2,37
24 56 2.43 18 2,48 5 2,16 7 2,28 13 2.12
Mar. 3 40 2.92 15 2.75 1 2.68 3 2,38 4 2.53 10 2,21
10 44 2.99 16 3.03 1 3.48 1 3.04 3 3.19 4 2.90
17. 27 3,38 13 2.88 1 3.06 2 3.31 3 3,67 5 2.43
24 32 2.87 8 2,83 1 2,58 3 3.02 4 2.58 1 2,30
31 22 3.75 7. 3,42 1 3.06 1 2.04 4 3.04 -
Apr. 7 13 3.50 5 3.15 2 3.34 1 2.36 -
14 3 3.33 1 2.51 1 3.66 -
21 2 5.12 -
28 3 3.68 -
y 5 -
12 ......
19 -
26 -
June 2 -
16- -
23 -
30 -

TOTALS 1,279 2,.74 452 2,.82 51 2.53 71 2,48 140 2.62 248 2.44


Qotations on basis of 4/5 bushel box.

Made available
thru. the-cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the FederaL.Sta.te Market News Service





47 -
WEIMMa D AVEAIG AUCTIo PrCMES -. OfnRsa TgAGlS
1949-50. SACSON


ST. LUrIS CINCINNATI DEITOIT BALTM: TOTAL ALL CITIES


Week
Ending Cars Avg. Car Avg., Cars Avg. Cars Avg, Cara Avg.

$ $ $
1949
S-pT 2 -
9 -.*
16
23
30- -
Oct. 7 -
14 -
21
28 -. 1 464
Nov. 4 5 3,45
11 2 2.29 7 2.97
18 18 4.74
25 1 3 67 1 3.86 64 470
Dec. 2 1 3,95 6 3,33 6 3.87 130 3.61
9 4 3.21 7 2.84 16 3,47 2 3.11 196 3.12
16 8 2,51 8 2.14 17 2,66 -193 2.61
23 9 2.32 8 2.60 20 2,"58 1 2.24 258 2.59
30 5 2.44 10 2.37 12 2.83 1 2.28 174 2.38
1950
J5an 6 3 1,91 2 1.75 6 2,21 117 2,21
13 6 1,79 8 1.65 21 1.93 194 1.94
20 4 1.62 3 1.71 13 2.29 166 2,19
27 1 2.41 9 2.69 113 2.60
Feb. 3 3 2,43 3 2.46 14 2,35 173 2.37
10 2 2.37 6 1.85 14 1,98 173 2,19
17 3 2,18 4 2.09 6 216 128 2.19
24 4 1.99 3 2.12 9 2.20 2 2.43 117 2,34
Mar. 3 4 2.56 2 2.84 1 2.59 80 2,73
10 1 287 70 3.01
17 2 2,43 53 3.14
24 2 195 1 1.62 52 2,77
31 2 1,65 37 3.43
Apr. 7 .. 21 3.35
14 -- 5 3.23
21 2 5,12
28 -. 3 3,68
May 5 -- -- -
12 -
19 -
S26 -
June 2 -
9
9 a a
16 -
23 -
3032 78 230 1 251 7 260 2,550 2

TOTALS 53 2.32 78 2.30 171 2,51 7 2.60 2,550 2.63


thru the cooperation of


Quotations on basis of 4/5 bushel box.

Made available
the Florida Citrus Exhbange & the Federal-State Market News Service





48 -
WII L AUCTICa SUAIS, 1938/39.1949/60


Made wavilable
through the operation of the Florida Citrus change & the Federal-State Market News Service


0 R A G.E


SEASON
Cars
1949-50 Cars
Cars
1948-49 Avrg
Cars

Cars
1946-47 Avg.

19464 Cars
1945-46 Arl;
Cars




1942-43 Avg,
Cars
1941.42 Cars
Cars
1940-41 AVg.

1939-40 arg,
Cars
1938-39 Aeg,


N Y
4,997
$5.00
6,512
(4.35
6,856
$3,40
7,824
$3.60
4,510
$4.72
4,765
$4.62
6,239
$3.98
6,774
$3.86
9,053
42.86
10,089
$2.37
8,758
$2.43
12,440
$2.10


1,554
$4.70
2,377
$4.04.
2,550
$3.16
1,930
$3.35
1,478
$4.44
1,651
$4.38
2,257
$3.82
2,330
$3.70
3,064
$2,76
3.320
$2.26
2,908
$2.25
4,049
$1.99


BOST
499
$5.06
772
$4.35
867
$3.34
870
$3.62
363
$4.70
425
$4.47
678
$4.02
851
$3.82
1,377
$2.90
1,385
$2.45
1,290
$2.47
2,132
$2.16


PITTS.
232
$4,.60
393
$4.17
342
$3.12
420
$3.29
237
$4.48
293
$4.27
522
$3.86
439
$3.72
337
$2.73
426
$2.31
364
$2.16
694
$2.11


CIC. ST.L. CIa.. IETR.


372
$4.69
544
$4.17
534
$3.19
639
$3.47
197
$4.43
264
$4.34
488
$3.86
483
$3.85
568
$2.91
647
$2.44
589
$2.31
1,091
$2.20


570
$4.55
818
$4.14
608
$3.08
921
$3.38
345
$4.39
532
$4.29
815
$3,89
939
$3.77
863
$2.88
1,020
$2.45
1,012
$2.41
1,639
$2.26


274
$4.43
416
$4.10
249
$2.91
430
$3.27
196
$4.24
271
$4.17
476
$3.67
359
$3.70
204
$2.70
312
$2.25
318
$2.09
511
$2.01


397
$4,39
571
$3.86
687
$3.01
801
$3.25
372
$4.17
299
$4.02
516
$3.55
742
$3.55
1,002
$2.64
1,077
$2.18
1,031
$2.05
1.555
$2.01


415
$4.78
593
$4.23
479
.$3.12
562
$3.47
262
$4.443
365
$4.37
658
$3.85
412
$3.87
353
$2,88
434
$2.42
393
$2.25
717
$2.17


GRAPEFRUIT


SESON
Cars
1949-50 Avg.
Cars
1948-49 AvE.
Cares
1947-48 ars

1946-47 Avg.
Cars
1945-46 Avg.
Cars
1944-45 Avg.
Cars
1943-44 Avg.


N. Y.
3,620
$5.31
4,406
$3.87
4,258
$3.22
4,894
$3.39
3,293
$3.88
2,320
$4.35
2,628
$3.63


PHI.
986
$4.71
1,287
$3.58
1 260
$i.82
890
$3.11
737
$3.67
498
$4.03
778
$3.48


BOST.
247
$4.87
464
$3.72
456
$2.89
546
$3.17
213
$3.88
183
$4.11
338


PITTS.
114
$4.44
158
$3.49
73
$2.55
63
$2.89
33
$3.06
31
$3.74
128


$3.64 $3,36


198
$4,93
222
$5.86
85
$2.99
80
$3.10
12
$2.60-
23
$3.01
49
,3.32


CKIC.
356
$4.55
355
$3.68
106
$2.92
154
$3.16
19
$3.62
21
$3.31
69
$3,20


139
$4.21
16s
$3.71
34
$2.97
31
$3.55
2
$3.33
13
$3.38
44
$3.51


CINCI, mTR
250 262
$4.46 $4.68
237 308
$3.33 $3.80
158 92
$2.54 $3.03
183 111
$2.87 $3.18
18 14
$2.91 $2,81
16 13
$3.13 $3.15
99 97
$3,05 -3.31


BALT.
31
$4.20
137
$3.96
234
$2.96
373
$3.35
308
$4.45
157
$4.39
200
$3.71
277
$3.56
312
$2.77
261
$2.22
173
$2.23
396
$1.94


TOTAL
9,341
$4.85
13,133
$4.23
13,406
$3.27
14,770
$3.50
8,268
$4.58
9,022
$4.48
12,849
$3.89
13,606
$3.79
17,133
$2.83
18 971

16 836
$.35
25,224
$2.09


BALT.
18
$3.54
36
$2.82
138
$2.31
142
$2,54
45
$3.19
14
$3.54
43
$3.14


TOTAL

6 190
$0.04
7,641
$3.77
6,660
$3.07
7 094
$3.29
4,386
$3.82
3,132
$4.24
4,264
$3.56





49 -
NLBI A. AUCTION SAtES. 1938j/39-949/50
Made available
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus -xchaage & the. ederal-State Market News Service


G R A PE F U I I (CONTINUED)


SEASON
Cars
1942-43 Avg.


Cars
1941..42 Asg.

1940-41 Avg.
Cars
1939-40 Avg..

1938-39 Avg.


SUSA'ON

Cars
1949-50 Avg
Cars
194&-49 Avg.

1947.48 Avg,
Cars
1946-47 Avg,
Cars

Cars
190 6 AvT.

1944-45 Car.
Car.
1943-44 Cgat
Cars
1942-43 Avrs
Cars
1941-42 Avg.
Cars
1940-41 Avg.
Cars
1939-40 Avg.
Cars
1938-39 Avg.


N. Y.
3,411
$3.18
4,519
$2.54
5,035
$1.96
4,765
$2.21
6,389
$1.75


I. Y_
1.279
$2.74
1 345
$2.75
943
$2.09
1,233
$2.28
1,188
$2.67
669
$2.42
326
$2.16
1,485
$1.82
1,152
$1.86
1,425
$1.23
1.,192
$1.37
1,851
$1.07


IL. s, OS. . I_ S S. INCI.


967
$2.97
1 166
$2.36
1,334
$1.75
1,153
$1.92
1,429
$1.57


PHIL.
452
$2.62
516
.$2.48
433
.$2.01
335
$2.18
414
$2,52
300
$2.38
134
$2.28
670
$1.84
359
$1.75
454
$1.16
345
$1.34
551
$ .92


S487 142 96 114
$3;21 $2.90 $,.90 $3,17
712 125 136 208
-$2.55 $2.33 23.61 $2.83
.805 249 256 313
.$1.93 $1,76 -*$1,92 $2.00
633 181 141 182
$2.10 $1.92 $2.113 $2.29
1,020 329 384 363
$1,73 $1,68 $1.77 $1,95


S TANGEBRINES


BOE

*2.

6
$2.



$2,

$2.


$2.

$2.

$1,


$1.
1

$1.

$1


ITTS.-
51 .71 140
,53 $2.48 $2,62
86 79 132
,51 $2.36 $2.39
69 77 147
,87 $1,81 $1.88
69 91. 139
,11 $2.12 $1.99
57 70 86
43 $2.58 $2.68
32 72 66
35 $2.49 $2.45
22 22 22
27 $2.32 $2.37
.43 108 188
62 $1.81 $1.86
78 39 106
75 $1.65 $1.82
,09 77 154
19 $1.07 $1.20
66 65 104
41 $1.37 $1.47
.72 152 189
93 $ .95 $ .98


248
$2.44
230
$2,24
193
$1.91
202
$1.90
167
$2.54
150
$2.42
40
$2.27
303
$1.81
135
$1.66
195
$1.22
142
$1.45
'257
$ .97


19. 201
$2.96 $2.67
51 222
$2.73. $2,33
109 416
$1.77 $1,74
62 .241
$2.1 0 $1,98
118 432
$1.85 .$1.66


STIL, CTKCI.
53 78
$2,32 $2.30
65 108
$2.24 $2.09
63 120
$1.70 $1.81
63 128
$1,92 $1.99
46 88
$2.32 $2.59
41 53
$2,15 $2.40
26 21
$2.36 $2.26
101 193
$1.66 $1.80
38 105
$1.52 $1.58
59 149
$1.09 $1.12
.48 115
$1.31 $1.27
107 203
$ .86 $ .91


Tanerine averages on 1/2 bor basis.
Baltimoi slightly inDoplete for 1946/46,


1944/45 & 1943/44 seasons.


DETR.
85
$3.00
98
$2.64
-215
$1.91
140
$2.06
277
$1.80


IIESTR.
171
$2.51
163
$2.36
140
$1.73
108
$2.04
59
$2.50
73
$2.47
31
$2.40
151
$1,74
S48
$1.76
82
$1.14
57
$1.34
148
$ .96


B6LT.
82
$2,71
88
$2,60
91
$1.61
85
$1.73
185
$1,46


BAL.
7
$2.60
13
$1.96
24
$1.92
35
$2.08
26
$2.61
9
$2,77



57
$1.53
25
$1.50
13
$1.06
9
$1.33
33
$ .79


TOTLL
5,604
"$3.11
7 325
$2.52
8,823
S$.191
7,583
$2.13
10,926
$1.72


2.550
$2.63
2,737
$2.55
2,209
$1.98
2 403
$-.17
2,20'1
$2.61
1,465
$2.41
644
$2.23
3,399
$1.80
2,085
$1.79
2,717
$1.19
2,143
$1.37
3,663
$1.00





50 -
UNI~ED STA6 S: Total Orange Production By States -
Census Years 1889, 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919-1949
Bureau of Agricultural Economics

Crop Year CALIF.# LAL.# T'.# ARIZ.# AL# I LA.# MISS.# Total
Thousand Boxes-
1889 1 245 3,1 392
1H9A 4 88 1 5 1
192 8

1923 24 1 18:0 16 86 55 38.300
Average 197 7 7 120 53 7 30.346



Average 571 I700 6 5 80 149 30 386615
1929 1 13
1930 79 13 f0 ; 3 87 2 3 60
1921 4 30


1931 34 1 2 145 80 245 54 492
1932 34 65 16 400 325 147 120 278 80 51 615
1933 28 439 17.900 430 155 3 24547.174
Average 30.747 15 357 145 84 248 35 47.116
1935 32809 18, 77 244 1
1936 2987 222000 20 5 09 26 5 4 98
197 34:265 26 400 1 3 238 87 7451
1938 284 39 3 700 40 1 96 385 85 78.531
Average 30 3,44 1b.536 0 74 14 b. 47683
1940 50695 31300 2650 528 253 85 47
1941 521355 29300 2 0 0 192 1 85,183
19 44329 4100 2550 730 340 8934
194 51 961 49 800 3 550 1100 240 106651
Average 48 709 35960 ,,72 708 16 50 12 884;47
1944 60 500 46800 4,400 1,150 360 113,31-0
1945 44010 54000 480 0 1,210 330 104,350
1946 53 5303/58 400 5,000 1200 410 118,540
1947 45 830 62,400 5,200 780 300 114,510
1948 2/ 37,010 62,700 3,400 710 300 104.120
1949 42 400 62.800 1.650 985 360 108.195

flORI PROUJCTIO N S n~T- AY, & MID-SEASON, VAIENCIAS & TAERI ES
Crop Year Eas is on Valencias Tangerines ProAuct
1,000 boxes 1,000 boxes 1,OCO boxes 1,000 boxes
1934-35 10,700 4,900 2,000 17,600
1935-36 9,600 6,300 2,100 18,000
1936-37 11,700 7,400 3,000 22,100
1937-38 13,400 10,500 2,300 26,200
1938-39 17,150 12,750 3,400 33,300
1939-40 15,600 10,000 2,400 28,000
1940-41 16,200 12,400 2,700 31,300
1941-42 15,200 12,000 2,100 29,300
1942-43 19,100 18,100 4,200 41,400
1943-44 25,800 20,400 3,600 49,800
1944-45 21,700. 21,100 4/ 4,000 46,800
1945-46 25,400 24,400 4,200 54,000
1946-47 30,500 23,200 4,700 / 58,400
1947-48 31,000 27,400 4,000 62,400
1948-49 32,000 26,300 4,400 62,700
1949-50 33.300 24.500 5.000 62.800
1 500 boxes or less, Negligible. ** Indicated, July 1, 1950. # Includes tangerines.
/ Revised. 3/ Includes economic abandonment: Early & Mid-season, 900,000 boxes;
Tangerines, 8007-000 boxes. N Includes economic abandonment: Tangerines, 150,000 boxes.





51 -
UNITED STATES; Total Grapefruit Production By States -
Census Years 1889, 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919-1949
Bureau of Agricultural Economios

Crop Year A. T. I CALIF, ARIZ. -Total
-Tho u saan d BoxLe s -.




92 78003 394 60 8 89
1923 8.500 65 363 95 9 023
Average 6 940 3 3 5] 3
1924 8,900 301 387 lb 9,593
1925 7,600 200 600 150 8
1926 8.600 361 672 120 95
1927 7,500 524 720 176 8,920
1928 11.30753 972 211 13236
Average 8.780 670 104 .03
1929 .s... 1bbo
1930 15 800 00 1 0 400 18690
1931 10 700 600 431 15181
1932 11;600 1,440 1 350 614 15 004

1935 11650 ------- 1--,400oo,
1933 10.900 1.2 1772 14672
Average 11,460 1598 1 369 526 14,2

1936 1810 9 630 154 1670
1937 1 4 11 894 2:
1938. 234 1l 2
Average 16,540 8,532 1968 1.978 29.018
1939 5 9 317
1940 24,600 13,650 1 983 2 0 42,883

1943 31 000 17.710 3300 40 50
Average 0 1 4 27012 97
1944
1945 32000 24,000 ,350 100 63
1946 2 29,000 23,300 3,120 4,100 59 520
1947 33 000 23 200 2 430 3 000 61 630
1948 3/ 30,200 11,300 2,150 1,880 45,530
1949 24.200 6.500 2.480 3.460 36.630

J.0LOIfI POIJUCTION -. SEGEGATED SEEMEUSS AMD OTHEB
Crop Year Seedless Other Total Grapefruit
1,000 boxes 1,000 boxes 1,000 boxes
1934-35 4,100 11,100 15,200
1935-36 4,000 7,500 11,500
1936-37 6,000 12,100 18,100
1937-38 5,500 9,100 14,600
1938-39 7,800 15,500 23,300
1939-40 6,500 9,400 15,900
1940-41 8,200 16,400 24,600
1941-42 7,700 11,500 19,200
1942-43 10,300 17,000 27,300
1943-44 14,000 17,000 31,000
1944-45 8,400 13,900 22,300
1945-46 14,000 18,000 32,000
1946-47 14,000 15,000 29,000
1947-48 15,000 18,000 33,000
194&-49 14,700 15,500 30,200
1949-50 11,200 13,000 2 .20
17 500 boxes or less, Indicated July 1, 1950
2/ Includes economic abandonment 2,600,000 boxes (Seedless 800,000 boxes; other 1,800,000).
/ Revised.





52 -

AS IEOfeD TO H iER, SAs. PLANT BOARD_,


GAMIESVILL. ,W, R ID&
1948-49 SFASON



ALL CITRUS


Variety No. Trees


Oranges
Grapefruit
Mandarins
Limes
Lemons
Tangelos
Miscellaneous
Total


399,444
217,605
148,337
33,635
5,923
11,020
14.815
830,779


GAWiPEMUIT


Variety No. Trees


Valencias
Pineapples
Parson Browns
Hamlins
Lue Gim Gongs.
Navels
Popes Summer
Miscellaneous
Total


208,457
4'/,806
38,105
24,531
25,999
21,034
19,765
13.747
399,444


LIMES. TEMPLS, AND TAANlGEIES


Variety No. Trees


Limes
Persian
Idemor
Miscellaneous
Total Limes


17,670
4,417
11,548
. .


Temples
Tangerines


Variety No. Trees

Marsh 32,877
Duncans 12,43.8
Conner's Early 345
Foster 1,385
Thompson 93,069
M=Carty 418
Excelsior 2,067
Hennigr auby. 61,161
Davis Seedless 417
Miscellaneous 13.448
Total 217,605



y N NS


Variety No. Trees


Villa Franca
Perrine
Meyers
Sperriola
Ponderosa
Miscellaneous
Total


33,635

109,901
21,626


.Compiled by the Department of Agricultural economics,
Agricultrual hperiment Station, University of Florida


50

3,061

981
1,831
5,923





53 .
CETIIS LIME SHIPMTS BY COUNTIES. BY M1NEHS
Season 1949
(In terms of equivalent Standard Boxes, 1-3/5 Bushels)

County lands bor i gh Pinellas Polk Volusia Totals


Month, Year
July 1949

August 1949
September 1949
October 1949
November 1949
December 1949
January 1950
February 1950
March 1950
April 1950
may 1950
June 1950
July 1950


**TOTALS


42,510 7,970 3,480


35,215
15,804
11,683
6,467
6,629
6,590
4,217
4,934
3,320
22,826
51,297


3,526
410
177
102
182


120
1,202
.8,919


2,630

351


205 ,52 26,742 2,9.

205,252 26,742 2,91


370 7,387

856 2,536

66

-94


176
973

-1 3,171

81 3,171


365
3,537
8,234

14,766


S 61,717


44,763
16,214
13,277
6,569
6,905
12 7,228
4,577
-5,451
3,440
24,569
64,736
56,205

12 252,924


Percentage


81.166 10.57% 1.186% 1.25 5.841%


**Totals, do not include July, 1949.






CERTIfPED LIME S.IPMNTS
By Means of Transportation, by Destinations
August 1, 1949 July 31, 1950
( equivalent Standard Boxes)


SInterstate
6,761
143,816
34,250

TOTALS 184,827


Intrastate Export Cannery Total
6,761
43,159 51 24,828 211,854
59 34,309

43,218 51 24,828 252,924


Fuanished through 'otesy of Citrus Inspection Bureau, Winter Haven, Florida.


0.00%


100%


RAIL
THUCK
EXPRESSt


Percentage
2.67%
83.77%
13,56%

100.00%






/ y/ -ro
F1o ^(o y-a
/s f4/TO


54-
FLORIDf PBOr]CTION OF CANNED CIT JS .. 1949-50 SEASON
(Actual Cases)


Case SCTI- R ON JUICE SS CT I


24/ 2's
404 x 700
48/ 8 o,.
24/ 6 oz.
6/10's
24/12 oz.
Other Sizes


3,014,
129,
164,9


325
587


1,933,097 3,964,503 1,522,735
4,563,748 10,317,645 4,089,790


9 4 --
- 587,154
S 38,330


1,449,262
10,046


-- 17,902 100,152
63,297- -.
3,372,701 7,140,231 15,84160


309,972
6,463
34,113


717,662 82,056
611,800 173,225

21,392


317,838
45,834
44,484


10,020 --
418,176 9.033


Equiv. Std. Cases
24/ 2's 3,379,357 7,894,334 17,419,271 6,768,370
TOTAL CONCERT CASES
37,682,130


1,489,471 298,586 422,694 10,047


Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for Canning Grapefruit
Sections and Salads . . . . . . . . . . .
Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for Canning Grapefruit
Juice and Combination Juice and Tangerine Blend . . . . .
Number of field boxes of Oranges used for Canning Orange Juice,
Combination Juice, Salad, Sections & Tangerine Blend . . .
Number of field boxes of Tangerines used for Canning Tangerine
Juice and Tangerine Blend . . . . . . . . . .


2,549,423
8,961,035
14,812,208
1,485,366


PROCESSED CONGCE~ RATED ORANGE JUICE & DOZENN COMNENARTED ORANGE JUICE
ANNUAL PARKS IN 'lE STATE OF IFORtIDA
I Processed Conentrated Fron Concentrated
Year .u ae rre u
65 eees rxx42 eees Br4x,
Gallons Gallons
1940-41 65,000
1941-42 93,000
1942-43 1,882,000
1943-44 1,283,000 -
1944-45 240,000 --
1945-.46 244,000 226,000
1946-47 1,447,000 559,0(00
1947-48 1,739,000 1,935,000
1948-49 1,897,000 10,232,000
1949-50 1,529,422 21,647,447



CONCENrTRAED FROEN GAPI UIT. PROCESSED GRAEEFJTIT & FROZEf BTMENIED CONCENTRATE
Seasons of 1948-49 and 1949.50
Frozen Proce Frozen Processed
Season Grapefruit Grapefruit Bl.end Blend


1948-49
1949-50


tialons
116,123
1,584,561


Li&tLons
18,728
27,891


kiallons
111,836
1,302,748


Gallons
440


Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for Canning Frozen Grapefruit, Processed
Grapefruit & Frozen Blended Concentrate 1949-50 . . . . .. 1,921,252
Number of field boxes of Orengws used for Canning Frozen Orange, Processed Orange
and Frozen Blended Concentrate 1949-50 season . . .... .19,698,012
Furnished through the courtesy of the Florida Canners' Association


4,938
4,075
20


5,93.731,350,894 255,281




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