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Title: Florida monthly bulletin
Alternate Title: Bulletin Florida Agricultural Department
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Place of Publication: Tallahasse Fla
Publication Date: August 1, 1904
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14
S NUMBB:R 6






MONTHLY .:



*Y
BULLETIN. -

*DW4AMBNT OF AGRICULTURSE


AUGUST 1. 3904.

B3. E.. McLIN
COMMISSIONER OF A1GRCULTURU.
TALLAHASSBE. FLORIDA.


Part -Crops. Pa 2- Weather Report.
Part3-Fertilers


E" BnteuL2d aq. j,@i at Tallahassee. Florida as
e at, mte, under Act of Congress,
*. :of June 190i
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.These iiBllt are Issued freetothose requestinbthem.


TALLAHASSEE, FLA..
L B. HILSON, STATE PRINTER.


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County Map of tre State of Florida.
(For the Bulletin.)
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PART- I.
CROPS.


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NOTICE TO READERS.


Owing to the exhaustion of the funds appropriated for
the publication of the Monthly Bulletin, as well as for
other Department printing, its publication will, with this
issue be suspended, until the coming Legislature shall
make a further appropriation for its continuance. The
needs of the Department, in the printing of fertilizer
stamps, large numbers of blank forms of many kinds, and
the tremendous increase in demand for the Monthly Bul-
letin have grown so great in the last two years, increas-
ing several thousand in number, that the amounts appro-
priated by the Legislature have proved wholly inadequate
for the purpose. We very much regret the necessity for
such action, but we are sure every fair minded reader of
the Bulletin will appreciate the situation as it is.
Yours Truly,
B. E. McLIN,
Commissioner of Agriculture.













DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.


Hon B.. E. McL, Com. H. 8. ELLIOT, Chief Clerk.


CORRESPONDENTS' NOTES.
ALACHUA COUNTr-The good rains have benefitted
crops very much and they are getting into a fine condi-
tion; cotton doing well.
BAKER CouNTY-Cotton has begun to shed very badly,
and is throwing off a lot of fruit. Other crops are doing
well. Live stock is in fine condition.
BRADFORD COUNTr--Crops are all doing well, are in
fine condition, and the prospect for a large yield is good.
Live stock, except hogs, is in excellent condition; cattle
Sfat and healthy.
BREVARD COUNTY-Our crops are all fine; oranges north
of Eau Gallie are very promising. Seasons are favora-
ble and fruit trees and fruit doing well.
CALHOUN COUNTY-Crops are all doing well, and have
about caught up all they lost during the drought. To-
baccco is only planted for home use. Wool is estimated
this year at three pounds to the fleece. Live stock of all
'kinds in fine condition, and cattle fat.
CrTRtS COUNTY-Sincce the rains begun. crops have
wonderfully improved. All are in fine condition, and the
yield this season is expected to be unusually-good. Fruit
crops are also fine, and trees doing well.
CLAY COUNTY-All crops are in fine condition; the rains
have brought them up as good, or better than usual in
some instances. Live stock is all in an unusually fine
condition. Prospect for a large yield of crops is exceed-
ingly promising.
COLUMBIA CoUNTY-rCotton is losing some now, corn is
not well filled on account of dry weather. Rice and pota-
toes are late, but if rain continues there will be.a good
croti; also of hay and sugar cane.
DADE COUNTY-At this time the weather is very hot
and dry. Field peas, velvet beans and potatoes are do-












ing well. Fruit crops are doing finely, the citrus fruits
particularly, but the pineapple crop is somewhat short.
Live stock in good condition.
ESCAMBIA COUNTY-There will be a large increase in
cotton and corn; other field crops fine. Live stock is in
best of condition, and there is a large increase in cattle
this year. Wool will be about the average; there will be
an immense yield of honey.
FBANKLIN COUNTY-This county produces only a small
number of field crops, but those growing are in good
condition. Live stock is also in fine order, and cattle fat.
GADSDEN, OUNTY-C-otton and corn have both suffered
for rain; cotton plant small but in fair condition; corn
crop will be short. Field peas and other crops in good
condition, but slow of growth. Tobacco also suffered
from drought. Live stock in most excellent condition,
healthy and fat.
HAMILTON COUNTY-All crops have suffered from the
effects of the long drought; the yield will not ben fall one
in either corn or cotton. Peas, potatoes, etc., have some
time to regain loss.
HILLSBBOOUGH COUNTY-The average condition of crops
is very good; some are rather poor.' and some are above
the average. Fruit trees and fruits are doing well.
Live sfock is in good condition.
HOLMES COUNTY-Crops in this county have suffered
very much from the long drought; cotton is backward,
and corn will be short; peas and potatoes will make up
most of the loss if it rains plentiful. Live stock is in h~ir
condition; would have been better if pasture had not'beek
kept down by drought.
JACKsoN CouNTY-The crops generally are in fairly
good condition, and fair yields will be had on thle average;
.some crops are fine. Live stock of every kind ;in mutk-
-better condition than at this time last yQar.
J~FBa soN CJiTTY-A la*W majority of theremiapewAim
in. a very tne cooition. and the yield in rma.amwwaewe", tP
l'biabove the hveige. Sweet potettes ,ae backward, but
.are fast impvvng. Live stock is. in better condition
than for many years.










LAFAYETTE COUNTY-Crops though a little backward,
are in good condition as a rule; potatoes and. velvet beans
are late on account of unseasonable weather. Live stodk
in. good condition.
. LAKE COUNTY-Crops are in fair condition, some very
backward and not so good, others very good. Fruit trees
arid fruit doing well.
LEE COUNTY-AIr'rops are in good condition and do-
ing well. Fruit trees and fruit also doing well; the crops,
will be very fine fJis year. Live stock in good condition.
iLEON COUNTY-Cotton is in good condition, but plant is
small, and in many parts of county the top crop is made.
Corn will be short on account of long dry spell. Other
crops are coming out rapidly, since the rains began, and
are doing well. Live stock is in fine condition.
LEVY COUNTY-Condition of crops in this county aie a
good average; cotton is a little off, but is still doing
well. Field peas and potatoes are a little backw:-rd.
Live stock is in fine condition in all parts of the county.
The yield of tobacco, honey and wool is good.
MADISON COUNTY-The general average of crops in this
county is good. Velvet beans and sweet potatoes asre as
yet very much behind, but good season will make a rapid
improvement. Live stock is in a fine condition generally.
Hogs are a little off. Prospects are excellent.
MANATEE COUNTY-The condition of all field crops is
good; also fruit trees and fruit crops are doing well,.and
will, if nothing happens, yield fine crops. Live 'tock is
all in fine condition.
OScEOLA COUNTY-Crops are mostly doing well, some
are a little off, but the average will be good. Prospect
for'good yield of fruit crops is fair. Live stock is all do-
ing well. The yield of honey and wool is very good.
POLK COUNTY-Crops in this county are all in a re-
markably good condition, and if nothing unforseen hap-
pens, the yield all around will be extra fine. Fruit irees
and fruit crops are very fine and the crop of fruit will be
large. All live stock is in fine condition, The yield of
honey and wool has been large. o "
ST. JOHNS CouNTY--The crops it flfis-'qpunty are 1he
finest for a long time. All growing Ir s '4re ;n good










condition. Fruit trees and their crop aire illso fine, and
are.in excellent condition. Live stock is in 'splendid or-
der and doing well. Yield of honey and wool has been
good.
SANTA ROSA CouNTY-Nearly all crops in this county
are in an average condition, some are fine, others a little
off, but general conditions are good. Live stock in fine
condition all around. The yield of honey and wool are
both large.
SUMTER COUNTY-The average condition of crops is
fair, and most of they will improve with better seasons.
Live stock is in general good condition. Fruit trees and
crops doing well. Yield of honey and wool very good.
:SUWANNEE COUNTY-Frequent rains are of great benefit
to most crops. Corn is not so good this season on ac-
count of dry weather in early part of the season. Crops
generally are good; potatoes are improving rapidly. Live
stock doing well, and in good condition.
SWAKULLA COUNTY-Cotton is in good condition,' but
corn and sugar cane are very backward, and corn will be
short. Sweet potatoes are also backward for want of
rain, but are rapidly improving. Other erops are in fair
condition. Live stock is doing well. The yield of honey,
is large, and if the laws were made to protect the sheep
grower instead of the sportsmens dogs, we would have
40,000 pounds of wool each year instead of 300 pounds.
WASHINGTON COUNTY-The field crops are as a rule
very good, some of them in fine. condition. The yield of
crops generally is quite promising. Live stock is in line
condition, and cattle are fat. The yield of honey and
wool are very good.











BRPORT OF CONDITION AND PROSPECTIVE
YIELD OFP OOPS FOB JULY, 1904, AS OOMPABl-
ED WITH AN AVERAGE, ALSO CONDITION OB
LIVE STOCK, AND ANNUAL YIELD OF TO-
BACCO, HONEY AND WOOL.


Upland
Uoiton



I-


Alechua....
Baker....
Bradford..
Brevard...
Calhoun...
Citrus.....
Clay.......
Columbia..
Da e ......
Escambia..
Franklin...
Gadsden...
.Hamilton..
Her.ando..
Hillsboro..
Holmes....
Jackson...
Jefferon ..
LaFayette..
Lake ......
Lee .......
Leon.....
Levy......
Madison...
Manaee...
Marion....
Nassau....
Oseola...
Polk.......
Pasco ....
St. Johns..
Santa Rosa
Suter....
Suwannee..
Wakulrtla...
Washin'ton
Gen'l av'ge
per cent..


904i


Sea ar
Island Corn ane R
Cotton

0 ,0 a 0 0 Q




9( O 10('o 100 7b 7b 10
i



7C 8 0 5
9 9 100 10 76 76 100
16b 106 10 100 80 80 100
.i.. . . 100 1 ...
10C 10 10CI 10(0 7 75 ....
10 100 10 .. ..
10 11C 1 0 130 100 10 100
1 100 90 100 81 90
. ... ".... 130 i '180 180 MSC i0(
S90 85 9C .
80 7C 76 75 65 75 ...
75 9( 75 80 75 75 71
....... 100 .100 1 10 ...
.. ... 7 75 120 1 .. 0i
........ 95 95 100 100 85
i95 i9 80 0 90 ....
100 10 0 0 85 90...
...... 50 7 80 100
...... 110.110 110 11 90
..1.. .... 80 85 90 1 ....
90 90 100 100 10 00 '80
105 105 90 90 110 110 100
10 100 100 100 100
9C 95 100 1 100 100 86
.... .... 100 100 100 100..
. .. ... 8 80 90 100 100
.... .... 12Q 120 100 100 90
.. .... 90 1- 100 Q 100 100
........ 160 100 10Q 100'...
...... 95 100 100 .100 100
i 9C 95 85 190 90 90....
6 90 80 80 70 70 50
. .... 40 50 80 901....
go w 100'1 IB 1001 10M L 1000

0| 9 4 9 9 94 92


ice Field
Peas
i'l


(I
Con
0


COUNTIES


-90 97- 1--
9 00 97 100


00I 100
051 90
50 50







i6 iU6
'ioo5i6
1051oo

100 100
100 100



100I 100
100 100
85 90
100 125

loo'ii6
100 100
170 100

101 100
100 100
76 75
80 80
100 100

100 100
100 100
100 100
110 12&0
.96 100
90 W0
100 leW
Z.100oo100


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CONDITION OPR 4IOPS-oQo *U1


Velvet
Beans

COUNTIES






Alachua....'... 50
Baker ......... .... .
Bradford. ..... 901
Brevard....... 100 10
Calhoun....... . .
Citrus......... 95 10
Clay ........... 100
Columbia...... 100 10
Dade.......... 1 100
E'cambia...... 100 100
Franklin.... ......
Gadsden...... 80 60
Hamilton...... 50 75
Hernando ..... 100 125
Hillsboro...... .
Holmes....... 95
Jackson .. .... 100 100
Jefferson ...... .....
LaFayette ... 75
Lake...... .. 100 100
Lee ........... 90 90
Leon........ 100 100
Levy........ 100 100
Madison .... 50
Manatee....... 100 100
Marion ....... 95 100
Nassau........ .
Osceola....... 100 100
Polk.......... 1001 100
Pasco 9.. 8 90
St. Johns...... 110 1
Santa Rosa.... 100 100
Sumter........ 8 90
Suwannee...... 80
Wakulla.... .......
Washin't'n.... 90 9

SGen' av'ge....
per cent .... 90


Swee
Po
to

0
0

a
0
0


80
100
95
120
75
100
10C
9C
10C

100
...
75
100
75
100
75

90
50
110
90

1)0
90
40
100

100
90
120
100
110
98
75
60
4(
9(C

88


ta- Peanuts Cassava Hay
es


2W 0 L V a

00 4.. 0 1 O t0


90( 40 6 601 80 60 70
Q 75 75 ...... .
150 . .. ........
75 ... . .
10C 95 100 ...... 100 105
10 0 100 10( 100100 100 100
9( 110 10( 100 100 50 50
13C 100 110 100 1 100 100
.... 90 9 ...... .... 100 1(

00 50 75 ...... .... 75
100 .... ...... ...... ..
75 ......... ...... 80 100
100 ................ .. 7
75 90 90 .... ... 100 120
70 100 100 100 100..
100 100 100 ...... . ... .
75 .. .. .. .. .. .. 7 100
110 80 80 90 90 110 110
100 100 100 100 100 100 110
90 100 100 100 100 100 100
50 105 105 ...... .... 1001 1O
100 .... ... .. .. .... ... .. .
90 100 100 90 100 100 100
100 100 100...... .... 10( 1U0
100 .... ...... 100 100 100 100
120 120 120 90 90 10 4D
100 .... ..... i 85 100 ...
110 90 90 110 110 110
10( 98 98 ......... 1. 0 100
80 ..... ....
60 0. 9 0 80 80 100o i j00
50 100 100 ..... .... 76
90 10C 100 85 85.... ....

91 9 951 98 96 921 9S








OCpITION OF CROPS-Continued.


Alacha....... 90
Baker....... ..
Bradford...... ..
Brevard..... .....
Calhoun... ....
Citrus...... ....


am b ... ...10..
Escambia... 100
Franklin.... ......
Gadsden... ......
Hamilton.........
Hernando..... .....
HUlloo .... .....
Holmes.........
Jackson...... .....
Jefferson. ... ......
LaFayette..........
Ike'.......... ..
Lee...........100



Lseo ........... .




St Johns...... ....
Sat RO ..........
umtol...... 7...5
Suannee.. .... ....
W akulla........ ......
WastJohns......


Gen'l av'ge.....
er ecnt..... 90


...io


..... '........ iio ho .io .iio, i iv
... 100 .... .... . .... ... ....

. . . . . . . . . . . .. . .. . .. .
.... .... ... 10c 100 100 100 80 $0
9. .... .... ... ... .... .. . ... .

......0 100 10( 12 120
.... 100 100100 10(
.. .l. . . ... ... .

. .. . . .. . . .. . . . .
85 ... .... .... .... .... .... .... .. .




98 91 90 108 103 100 1001 106 107










CONDITION OF CROP--Continued.


COUNTIES


Alachua... ...
Baker..........
Bradford........
Brevard....
Calhoun......
Oltb..a....



Franklin .... ..
Gadnen ........
H#dtl*n ..*......

Hernaido ...
Hillsboroe .....
Holmes........
Jackson ..........
Jeffersoi. .......
Jloe.q........
Lsoa e e.. ........

Leon............
Levyr........
Madison........
Manatee .......
Maridn ........
Naa u........ .
Osceola........
Pasco..........
Polk...........
St. Johns......
Santa Rosa ....
umster........
Suwannee ......
Wakulla.........
Washingtor......

Gen'l avge .....
nAr Cent .......I


Orange Lemon T m^
Trees Trees





0 Cn o P. 0 I
IDE


...'"ioo





100
100










100


100
100
100
100
100
10..


i26













125
100


100
85
100
60
100


100




100








100
100

100
... o.


.o...




1"




110


100
75

60
100


Grape Fcuit





0 00
o .
0 r 4!Z


1001 881 o10 81 1021 i


100
10i6


110



""80
100



.-.io
120


...ioc
100
100

100

10(
12C


120



85
125



76
120
'"i66i

10W
100

80
100
80
120


L I







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A "

03UNTIES. -- --


. 000 P


Alachua. ........ 0 0 ......... 500 2,000
Baker ............. 100 1 10 0.. .. .. 2,000
Bradford .......... 10 10 5 .. ..........
Br v d ........... 00 100 100 ... ... ... .... .. 1
Bevatqim. ...........
C i ..... ..... C 100 100 100..... 0 1
C l. 10 106 110100 ........ 500 2. :0b
Columbia.... ..... 1 10 .. 1,000 500
D ade ...... ........ .
Ecambia. ......... 1 1 12 1...... 15,000 20,000
Franklin........... 9 C . ...... .. .. ....
Gadsden. .......... 10 1,8000 15,000 1,00
Hamilton .......... 7 75 ........ ...
Hernando ......... . ... . .
Hillsborough ...... 90 100 ...... .. ...
H olm6g.: .......... 9: .. . ...... 4,Q( 5 ,E
Jabkson ......... 1 120 11 .... .......... ......
Jefferson.......... 10 110 1 .......... ..... .
LaFayette......... 100 100 8.... ........ ... .......
Lake............. ...... ...... ... ... .......
Lee ............... 100 100 100 .......... 4,000 ..
Leon..,..... 100 100 100 100 60,000 8000 1,500
Le 100 100 o 100 1,000 10,000 5,000
son ......... 110 100 0 100...... .. ... ........
Manatee ........... 00 100 100..............
M arion ............ 100 0 .... ................ 15,000
Nassau ......... .... .............. .......
Osceola............ 100 0 100 ...... 2,000 50000
Polk .............. 120 0 1 100......... 1,000 100,000
Pasco...... ..... 100 100.. .......
St. Johns .......... 100 i 1 110...... 19,000 1,180
Santa Rosa........ 05 105 1 105......... 5,000 65,00
Sumter ............ 9 100 100......... 500 5,000
Suwannee.......... 100 100 1 ....... .....
Wakulla ........... 85 100 75 .........40,000
Washington....... 105 00 100..... 10,000 18,000
General Average
Per Cent......... 101 101 94 7 501,000 485.500 809.480

















PART II,
WEATHER REPORT.




































































































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U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,

CLIMATE AND CROP SERVICE
OF THE
WEATHER BUREAU.
Central Office: Washington, D. C.


FLORIDA SECTION:
A. J..MITCHELL, Section Director.,
JACKSONVILLU, FLA.
REPORT FOR JUNE, 1904.


SALIENT CLIMATIC FEATURES,

ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE.
Inches
Mean, as determined from records of 4 stations .... 30.0
Departure from the normal, 4 records............ 0.00
Highest observed, at Jacksonville on the 24thh.... 30.24
Lowest observed, at Key West and Tampa on the 12th
and 11th, respectively ......................29.74
Absolute range for the State.................... 0.50

TEMPERATURE.
Degrees.
Mean, as determined from records of 59 stations ....79.2
Departure from the normal, 26 records........... -0.6
Highest monthly mean, at Marcco................8. .2
Lowest monthly mean, at Jacksonville ............77.6
Highest recorded, at Lake City on the 19th..........102o
Lowest recorded, at Tallahassee on the 13th........ 52o
Aboslute range for the State.................... 50
Bul 2









PBRCIP1TATION.
Inches
Average, as determined from records -of 57 stations. 6.17
Departure from the normaln,-n records........... -0.84
Greatest amount for any 24 hours, at Molino on the
9th ........ ........ ..... .. ........... 3.i5
Greatest monthly amount, at Myers...............14.80
Least monthly amount, at Tallahassee ............ 1.33
Average number of days on which 0.01 or more fell.. 13

WIND.

Prevailing wian direction.................. .Southwest

WEATHER.

Average number of clear days.......................10
Average number of partly cloudy days................14
Average number of cloudy days................... 6-







19

COXIPARAT'IVE TEMPERATURE AND RAINFALL DATA FOR JUvE.
VIIH DEPARTURES FROM NORMAL, DURING THE PAST THIR-
TEEN YEARS.

Year I 804 18 Iif 1et 1807 *8c8 I i8Co 1000 001ool roU2 19W3 1004

Mean 78.8 80.2 78.2 ;.8 ;o.8 82.0o 80o. 79.4 7.4 n- .- 78.6
Depar -1.1 -0.8 -1.7 -o.1 -9-1 42. +2. t +6s -o.. -5.5 lo.8 --.1 -0.6
Total 0.o3 8.02 6.3, 4.46 10.78 4.06 3.'8 5.4 0. .77 5.. 61' 6.17
Depar +x. +0.87-.7' -7 2-t9 +3.63 -2., 1 0.7 2 Pl2 1 2.-1.20- .84


PRESSURE AND WIND TABLE.
SWind Velocity in Relative
Atmospheric Pressure Miles Hmniditv

STATIONS _"o 1 >




t....... 0.02 30.10 4 29.76 12 6.956 35 se 25 98 6o 82
yWeMt.... 2908 3o05 24 74 12 6-8o 28 se o 01 66 7
Penisacola.... *o04 p- 24 2075 11 6,003 33 sw 10 88 48 74
Te mpe........ 30.02 30.20 24 2o74 11 4.642 24 ne .24 100 48 70
*8 a m. reading only.









4 OLTMATOLOGICAL DATA FOR JUNE. 1904.

[ I | leinperature, in degrees Farh. |Precipitation,in inches)


STATIONS.


COUNTIES.


Northern Section.
Archer............. Alachua .....
Federal Point........ Putnam......
Fernandina ......... Nassau ......
Fort Georget......... Duval........
Gainesvill,.. ....... Al chua .....
Huntington .......... Putnam .....
Jacksonville ......... Iuval........
Jasper.............. Hamilton....
Johnstown.......... Bradford ....
Lake City............ "olumbia....
Macclenny ........... Baker...... .
Micatopy............ Alachua .....
Middleburg.......... Clay..........
Pinemount........... Suwannee....
St Augustine........ St. Johns....
Sumner ............ Levy. ....
Switzerland.......... St. Johns...


0


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0



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Sky., .




a t5
Fi rU
, . ,u


B~ I


- 1 5- 1 .1-L--1 I- -- -I t- ---1-


96 4
9622
9422
9622
97 4
9830
9122)


"i02 L9
99 4
100 4
9827
e101 5
9622
-94 4*
94 3*.


4.2 -3.48
5.14 -1 52
4.54 --0.24

6.08 --0.75
4.52 -4.31
4.92 -0.53
8.13 -0.11

6.68..
2.86 -0.24
..... 4.1
8.22 .
3.65.
5.9(0 -1.02
5.2( -0.94
4.74 -1.8E


1.43
1.02
1.15

1.20
1.10
0.98
1.15

2.6
0.84
. . I

1.20
2.03
1.501
1..l


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se.
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e-sw.
sw.
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sw.
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sw.


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S~ ______ t.IMATOLOGICAL DATA FOR JUNE. 1904 -Continued.
-- * *~ ~- -- -' .- -* -


STATIONS.


Centiral Section.


Bartow. ..........
B* rooo'syille ..........
SClermont...........
De Land.............
Eustis........... .... .
Fort Mead...........
* Fort Pierce .........
Grasmere...........
Inverness............
Kissimmee ........
Malabar............
Merritt's island......
New Smyrna ........
Ocala ................
Orange City:.........
Orange Home.......


OCq1NTIES.


Polk.........
Herqando.. .
Lake.........
Vojusia .....
Lake'.........
Polk.........
Bievard......
Orange......
Cit sirs......
Osceola .....
Brevard....
Brevard .....
Volusia......
Marion .....
Volusia......
Sumter.......


E Temperature, indegrees Fahr. PrecipitAtion,i
a





5 tS
li.oI l. a i


3
4

3
3
3

8
3
1


3
3
3


6619 2711.76 +3 69
b63 3*b84 6.40 -2.56
. ... ... ... ...... ......
6419 80 ...... ....
5513* 28 8.20 -0.17
* 6214 8413.88 -L.62
6811 29 7.391 -2.89
* 6619 28 ...... .....
62 3 38 8.91
6419 29 8.19 +1.08
6628 28 7.07 ......
6819 22 7.58 +0 62
6119 38 5.45 -0.65
64 86 5.50 -2.91
68 3 38 7.21 +0.08
68 3 87 6.96 ..


n inches Sky. a






6 20 to27 0 sw.
a 21 e.











1.82 12se.
.1 .. 5 sw.












S 12 8se.
- a O ,u

C40 = ZZ = S.0



2.69 20 3 27 0 se.
2.30 0 .. ... ... e.
.... .. 8 21 1ie.-
2.12 23 5 19 6se.
3.55 18 9 21 Oe.
1.88 1 6 2 12 se.
.... ...13 16 2 gw.
1.38 14 2 28 Osw.
1.50 14 8 6 16 sw.
1.39 18 15 12 8se.
2.58 13 12 18 5se.
1.40 9 .. ... ...se.
2.101 14 5 13 12 e.
1.84 14 6 22 2e.
1.26 18 16 5.


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CLIMATOLOGICAL DATA FOR JUNE, 1904.-Continued.


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.O...o..... .....
Plant City..........
Rockwell.:.. ........
-:St.L e .. ... . ..
_Ttmlpae .... .......
'a1NpoBnSprings.. ....
Titsvlle..... ......
Southern Section,
Avon Pact .. ......
Flamim6o-...,.-....
Hypoluxo... -......
Jupiter...... ........
Key West :...' .....
Manatee ,. .........
M arco .............. .
Miami...............
M yers................
Nocatee.-:.: .. : .....


COUNTIES. -





Orange....... 98
ffillsbor'gh.. 121
Marion...... ...
PEsco. .. 14
Hffisbor'gh... 2
Hillsbor'gh.. 20
Brevard...... 11


De Soto...... 16C
Monroe .... 11
Dade.:....... ..
Dade......... 28
Mcnroe ...22
Manatee ..... 16
Lee ....... .. ...
Dade...........
Lee...... ....
De Soto. - 4


Temperature. in degrees Fahr.

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. . . . . . . . ... . . . . .
79.4-A-0 9 99 8 63 8* 86
802 ..... 99 6 8114 86
79:0 -.8 3 101 38 2 8 8E
79-(.-0.5 95 4 6513 23
78.5-1.3 92 5* 6318 26
78.8-0.91 99 2 819 88


97 2
90 2
89 1
90 1
8724
97 4
93 31
902
94 8
98 8


6619
7027
64 27
6827
74 6
62 8
6220
6127
68 8*
66 8*


Precipitation,iniehes
I ;


8.55
6.08
10.55
6.72
2.21
7.09


10.35
5.25
11.(0
10.54
1.70
8.18
8.14
6.06
14.86
8.79


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-0 19

-#3844
-2 51
-6.499
-8e.9
-0.76


+1.14

+0.18
+4.06
-2.30
-0.06

Z-2.08
+4.08


Sky.






... .. .


... . . .. ..
7 6 .
----K-


7 21 2e.
9 20 le
12 15 3w.
- 1 8 21 se.


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STATIONS.





WesteraSqEtion.
,t lachkola .......
Bonifay. .......
Carrabi ...........
DeFtnik Sp'gs .
Madison.........
Marian'i ...........
Mllt6dii. . .
SMolino, ..........
Monticllo...........
Pensacola.:...........
Quincy...... .........
St. Andrew...........
Stephensville .......
rallahassee........
Wausau..... ....
Wewahltchka ........


COUNTIES.


Franklin.....
Holmes......
Franklin.....
Wlt0 ....
Madison ....
Jalsop......
Santa Rosa..
Ecambia....
Jefferson.....
Escambia....
Gadsden.....
Washington..
Taylor......
Le'n .........
Washington..
Calhoun .....


I State Means. ..i.


Temperature. In degrees Fahr.


o 4


5) S

r 3R
.. .


e; Fl (


79.6 ....
79.4 ....
79.9--0.9
78.2-1.8
78.8 .....
79.6 ....

k79.0 ......
79.2 .... 6
79.4-0.0

79.4-1.0
78.0 ...
81.0+2.2
79.0-2.1
80.7 ....

79.21-0.61


Precipitationin inches


3.84
4.00
8.18
4.47
6.29
3.67

6.85
4.04
2.58

4.30
1.93
1.83
5.80
1.87


...I 6.17


0.


0








-(,09




-2.78

-2.43!

-5.03


--0.841


1.02
1.35
0.90
1.45
1.50
1.24

3.65
0.87
1.06

1.36
0.98
0.70
1.17
0.69


Sky.



E _o 1



Z 2- Z


a
0


bi.

J-
0.


6 17 8 5sw.
6 4 14 12s.
9 1, 0 l8sw.
11 15 9 6s.
8 24 6 0ew.
8 11. 18 1sw.
... . ... ........
7 7 21 2se.
3 11 15 4w.

9 1911 O s.
4 8 27 Osw.
5 9 18 3s.
8 10 19 4sw.
5 3 6 7s.

13 10 14 6 sw.


All records are ised in determining State means, but the mean departures from normal temperature and
precipitation are based only on records from. stations that have ten or more years of observation.
b, c, etc., following name of station, indicate number of days missing from report.
tthermometers are not self-registering, and readings are made at 7 a. m., 2 p. m. and 9 p. m. daily.
*More tha one day, tWwthe Bureau, Not inoludod in averages.


























































































































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BUREAU OF FERTILIZERS.
R. E. ROSE, State Chemist. E. E. McLiTtNCerk.


STATE VALUATIONS, 1904.
For Available and Insoluble Phosphoric Acid. Ammonia
and Potash for the Season of 1904.
Available Phosphoric Acid 5 cents a pound
Insoluble Phosphoric Acid 1 cent a pound
Ammonia(or its equivalent in nitrogen). 15 cents a pound
Potash (as actual potash, K20) 5 cents a pound
If calculated by units-
Available Phosphoric Acid $1.00 per unit
Insoluble Phosphoric Acid 20 cents per unit
Ammonia (or its equivalent in nitrogen) *3.00 per unit
Potash $ 1.10 per unit
With a uniform allowance of $1.25 per ton for mixing
and bagging.
A unit is twenty pounds, or 1 per cent in a ton. We
find this to be the easiest and quickest method for calcu-
Slating the value of fertilizer. To illustrate this take for
example a fertilizer which analizes as follows:
Available Phosphoric Acid. ..6.22 per cent.x$1.00-- 6.22
Insoluble Phosphoric Acid -. 1.50 per cent.x .20- .30
Ammonia ..................3.42 per ctnt.x 3.00-10.26
Potash.....................7.23 per cent.x 1.10-- 7.95
Mixing and bagging......... 1.25

Commercial value at sea ports *. ......*....... 25.98.
Or a fertilizer analyzing as follows :
Available phosphoric acid.... 8 per cent.x$1.00-$ 8.00
Ammonia........ ......... ...2 per cent.x 3.00- 6.00
Potash............. .... 2 per cent.x 1-10- 2.20
Mixing and bagging .................-. ........ 1.25

Commercial value at sea ports....... ........$17.45
The above valuations are for cash:for' materials:' lljvy-
ered at Florida seaports,,and they:ean bpe hbQigl tiin o
ton lots at these prices at the dateu4shuing Ti le
tin. Where fertilizers are bought at interi.rpoints, 4he
additional freight to that point must be ad4dd-
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If purchased in car load lots for cash, a reduction of
ten per cent. can be made in above valuations, i, e.:
Available'PI piphotlc'A~lid 93 cents per unit
Potasl (K2.) 99 cents per unit
Atmmohia'(or equivalent in nitrogen) $2 70 per unit
The valuations and market prices in succeeding illus-
trations, are based on market prices for one ton lots.

MARKET PRICES OF CHEMICALS AND FERTILIZ-
ING MAETRIALS AT SEA PORTS, JAN. 4,1904.


Less 1
Ammoniates. 5
Nitrate of Soda 17 per cent. Am-
monia .... ........
Silphate of Ammonia 25 per
cent Ammonia ..............
Dried Blood 16 per cent. Am-
imonia .......................


than 5 to 10 10 tona
tons tons. & over.


$50.00

71.00

54.00


$49.00 $49.00

70.50 70.00

53.50 53.00


POTASH.


High Grade Sulphate Potash
48 per cent. Potash (K20)....
Low Grade Sulphate Potash 26
gr cent. Potash (K20)......
Muriate Et Potash 50 per cent.
'P46ash (K20) ........... ...
N4trate Potash, 13 Am., 42 Pot-
S iM (K20) ................
Kgnit 12.per cent. Potash.......
Oc&tada H1rdwood Ashes .4
per cent. (K20) Potak ....


52.00 51.00 50.00


32.00

46.00

82.00.
14.00

17.00


31.00

45.00.

81.00
13.50


30.00

44.00

80.00
13.00


16.50 16.00
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AMMONIA AND PHOSPHORIC ACID.
High Grade Blood and Bone, 10
10 per cent. Ammonia 7 per
sent Phosphoric Adid ........ 35.00 34.50 84:00
Law GaMe. Blood. an4d I~e, 6 6
per cent AtmmQnia, .8 peioent.
Phosphoric Adi.. . ;,... 27.6)0 2.50- 26.00
Ol'Btimnd Tankagt 5) per cent.. ,
Ammon i ...;.. I,.-'.,... ,. 20.001ff.. 19.50 19.00










Raw Bone 4 per cent. Ammuuia
22 per cent. Phosphoric Acid..
Ground Castor Pomace 6 per
cent. Ammonia, 2 per ceit.
Phosphoric Acid ............
Bright Ooton Seed Meal 8 per
cent. Ammonia market quota-
tions .......... ............
Dark Coton Seed Meal, 5 per
cent Ammonia, market quota-
tions .................. ....


29.0(


28.09


21.00 21.50 21.00


26.00 2.50 25.00


18.00 17.50 17.00


PHOSPHIORIC.


Double Super Phos., 45 per cent.
Available Phosphoric Acid ... 45.00
High Grade Acid Phosphate, 16
per cent. Available Phosphoric
Acid ......... ......... 16.00
Acid Phosphate 14 per cent.
Available Phosphoric Acid.... 14.00
Boneblack 17 per cent. Available
Phosphoric Acid ............ 25.00

MISCELLANOUS.

H. G. Ground Tobacco Stems, 3
per cent. Ammonia, 9 per cent
Potash ...... ....... .. 25.00
Pulverized Ground Tobacco Stems 16.00
Tobacco Dust, No. 1, 3 per cent.
Ammonia. 2 K20 Potash...... 21.00
Tobacco Dust. No. 2. 14 per cent.
Ammonia, 11 per cent. Potash. 16.00
Dark Tobacco Stems. baled..... 16.00
Land plaster in sacks .......... 10.50


44.650 44.00


16.50


'15.00


15.50 13.00

24.50 24.00





S241 0- 25.00
15:00 15.00


20.50

15.50
15.50
10.25


20.00

15.00
15.00
10.00


Any formula will be mixed at the price of .$1.25 per
ton, in addition to the cost of the materials used.


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FACTOR .FOR CONVERSION.

To 'eonvert-
Airmopia Jito Nitroge multiply by.......... ....0.82
AmmoniS Protein by .......................... 5.1
Nitrogen into ammonia, multiply by.............. L214
Nitrate of soda into ltrqg~e, multiply by...........147
Nitrogen, into protein by ............................ B
ne phosphate inod'phospho'ric acid, multiply by. .0.458
FPosphoric Acid into Bone Phosphate, mitiply by.2.184
Muriate of Potash into actual potash,n miltiply by..0.632
Actul potash into murinfeA ot'pofasli, multiply by.1.583
Sulphate of potash into actual potash, multiply by.0.541
Actual potash into sulphate of potash, multiplyby.
For instance yon buy. 95 per cent. of nitrate of isda
and want to know how much, nitrogen in it, multiplyk
98 per cent. by 19,47 you will get 1,.60 per 'cent nitro-
ga; you want to know how much amwmgnia this Nitrogen
i eqepta t ,to, then multiply 15.95 per cent. by 1.214
a03 you get 18.99 per cept., the equivalent in ammonia.
CHEMICAL EQUI4VAp TS.

Under the law and the regulations of the department
chemical equivalents of the three essential elements,
Ahmmnia, Available tho~si c Acid, and Potash, are
not allowed in the guarantee. A few instances have been
oted, particularly in etop.uned meals, when the Am-
pon i is guaranteed, and followed~ y a statement of the
p.tejPn ontehnts:,
A = Aguonia ........ ........ ...........5 per cent.
Protein...... ... ... ......... 25.75 per cent.
I Ajmonia ...... .......................8 per cent.
Protean ...... ......... ... .....41.18 per cent.
puch a-guarantee is misleading, as the terms "Ammo-
lna" and "Protein," are equivalent, and only represent
the "Nitrogen" (or ammonia) content of the goods.
Multiplying the nitrogen by 1.21 gives the ammonia
thii, 3 per cent. nitrogen X1.21 gives ammonia 3.63 per
cept. or nitrogen 3 per cent. X625 gives "Protein" 18.75
per cent.








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CoNrITOEa of FrtiliS materials.

NITROGENOUS MATERIALS.


Pounds per Hundred.


Ammon Phosphoric
Ammonia Acid Potash

Nitrate of Soda.............. 17 to 19 ............ ...........
Sulphate of Ammonia........ 21 to 24........... ...... ....
Dried Blood................ 12 to 7 .......... ........
,Concentrated Tankage..... :. .1to 15 1 to 2 ........
ieneTankage.............. to9 0 to ...........
Dried Fish Scrap........... 8 to 11 6to 8 ...........
Cotton Seed Meal............ 7 to 10 2 to 3 I to 2
Hoof Meal................. 13 to 17 l to 2 ...........
PHOSPHATE MATERIALS.

Po nds per Hundred.

Avaiable Insoluble
Ammonia Phosphoric Phosphoric
.... ,. Acid Aidd: ,c ,
Florida Pebble Phosphte .. .......... ............ 26tor,8
Florida Hock Pnosphate..... ........ ......... 38 to 38
Florida Super Phosphate.;... .......... 14 to 19 1 to 6
Ground Bone............... to 6 5to 8 15 to 17
SteamedBone................ '2to A4 9 1tot20
Dise.ved Bone............. 2 to4 13 to 1 2 to .3
SPOTASH MATERIALS AND PARM MANURES

Pounds per Hundred

Phos-
Actua Am'nia phorie Lime
Pota-h Acid
.Muriate of Potash........... 50 .... .......
Sulphate of Potash.......... 48 to 2 .......................
Double Sul. of Pot. & Mag. 2 to0 ......................
Kainit ......................... 12 to 12 ....................
Sylvinit ...................... 16 to 20 ..... ..
Cotton Seed Hu Ashes...... 15 to80 ........ to 9 10
Wood Ashes, uneached..... 2 to 8 ........ to 2 0 to 25
Wood Ashes leached......... Ito 2 ........ to 1485 to 40
Tobacco Stems............... 5 to 8 2 to 4 ........ 8i
Cow Manure (fresh).......... 0.40 Oto41 0.18 0.81
Horse Manure (fresh) ..... 0.58 0to 60 0.28 0.21
Sheep Manure (fresh)........ 0.67 1.00 0.23 0.83
Hog Manure (fresh). ......... 0.60 0.55 0.19 0.08
Hen Dung (fresh)............ i085 2.07 1.54 0.2.,
Mixed Stable Manure........ 0;63 0.76 0.26 0.70


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SPECIAL NOTICE,
-The attention of persons sending samples of fertil-
izers for analysis is called to the following:
REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE TAKING AND
FORWARDING OF FERTILIZER SAMPLES TO
THE COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE.
-SECTION 15 OF LAW.
Special samples of fertilizer'sent in by purchasers,
under Sec. 9 of the law approved May 22, 1901. Shall
*be drawn in the.presence of two disinterested witnesses,
from one or m e packages, thoroughly mixed and a
FAIR SAMPLE OF tIHE SAME OF NOT LESS THAN EIGHT OUNOCS
(ONE-HALF POUND), SHALL BE PLACED IN.A CAN OR BOTTLE,
SEALED AND SENT BY A DISINTERESTED PARTY TO THE COK-
MISSIONER OF AGRICTLTU'RE AT TALLAHAhSEE. NOT LESS
THAN, EIGHT OUNpES, IN A TIN CAN OR BOTTLE, WILL BE AO-
CEPTED FOR ANALTSIS. This rule is adopted to secure fair
samples of sufficient size to make the six necessary de-
terminations, via: Moisture, available and insoluble
phosphoric acid, ammonia and potash; and to allow the
preservation of duplicate sample in case of protest odi
appeal ,: These duplicate samples will be preserved for
two months frot4 date of certificate of analysis.
The State QCemist is nob the proper officer to re-
ceive special samples from the purchaser. The propriety
of the method of drawing and sending the samples as
fixed by the law is obvious.
The drawing and sending of special samples in rare
cases is in compliance with law. SAmples are freq uently
sent in paper packages or p Lper boxes, badly packed,
and frequently idj very small quantity (less than oncee'
frequently there are no marks, numbers or other means,
of identification. The post mark in some instances be-
ing absent.
I would call the attention of those who desire to
avail themselves of this privilege to Sactions 9 and 10 of
the law, which are clear and explicit.
COPIES OF THE FERTILIZER LAW.
Citizens interested in the fertilizer law of the State,
and desiring to avail themselves of its protection, can
obtain a copy free oE charge by sending for same to the
Commissioner of Agiriculture.










CAUTION TO PURCHASERS OF COTTON
SEED MEAL,
-lie attention of consumers of cotton seed meal, either
for stock feeding or fertilizing purposes, is called to the
analysis of various brands.
Pure, bright cotton seed meal shows a content of 8 per
cent and above in ammonia, 2 per cent. or more of avail-
able phosphoric acid, and 1i per cent. of potash. Such
meal is now selling at $26.50 per ton at seaport. Its
ContViercial value is as follows:


8 per cent. ammonia @ $3.00 $24.00
2 per cent. available phosphate @ $1.00 2.00
li per cent. potash @ $1.10 1.65
$27.65
The commercial value being in excess of the market
value.
There is a quantity of adulterated cotton seed meal
sold in the State, These goods are guaranteed as fol-
lows :
41 to 5 per cent. ammonia..
11 to 2 per cent. phosphoric acid.
1 to 2 per cent. potash.
Their commercial value compared to pure meal is as
follows:
40 per cent. ammoma $13.50
11 per cent. phosphoric acid 1.75
1i per cent. potash -1.65


Commercial value


S $16.90


These goods are sold at $1.00 to $2.00 per ton less than
prime meal Their relative value is $10.75 less than
prime meal. There is no economy in the use of such
goods: on the contrary, a direct loss. This applies as
forcibly to.the feeder, or dairyman, as it does to the
planter, the value of the meal depending only on its con-
tent ofammonia, phosohoricacid and potash in both
cases. Purchasers should buy accordingto the analysis
and pay for the actual content of the valuable elements
only.
3 Bul.








BUREAU OF PERT1LIZBRS. 4
R. E- ROSE, State Chemist. MARION G. DONK, Assistant Chemist.
Analysis of Special Samples under Sec. 9, Act approved May 22, 1901.
(Samples taken by purchaser).


NAME OR BRAND.


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SSpecial Mixture ......... 4731'.....
Fertilizer .... ..... .... 474 .....
.Bone Compound (No. 1).. 476119.00
Acid Phosphate (No. 2).. 477122.45
Special Mixture ......... 14781.....
Kentuckyj Band-Pulver-I I
ized ']tbaceo Stems.... 479. ...
Cotton 'Seed Meal ....... 4801.....
Fertilizer ...: .......... 481114.25
Sulphate of Potash ...... 4831....
Fertilizer ...... ....... 484 9.85


Phosphoric Acid

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7.35 2.26 9.61 4.60 9.03
8.62 0.46 9.08 1.64 13.32
9.75 2.67 12.42 2.20 1.621
12.61 2.5122.45 ..... .....
B.08 0.761 6.84 4.36I 7.86

..... ..... I..... 1 2.89 10.14
...... ... ..... 1 7.02 .. .
4.90 0.32 5.22 3.57112.99
..... .... ... .....150.48
6.78 1.70 8.48 6.15 6.77


BY WHOM SENT.



T. KimballT, St. Petersbuig Fla.
F. S. Hickock, Hasting, ~
John M. Calhoun, Mariaini Fla.
John M. Calhoun, Marianna, Fla.
R. D. Knight, Little River, Fla
Willson & Toomer Fert. Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.
Schroeder & Auguinbaw, Quincy.
J. F. Adams, Winter Park, Fla.
Thos. W. Williams, Tampa, Fla.
J. G. Powers, Terra Ceia, Fla.


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BUREAU OF FERTILIZGIS--Continued. 5

Phosphoric Acid.

NAME OF BRAND. BY WHOM SENT.


3- 1- I- --s- E
Sea island Cotton Seed... 485 ....4.14 ..... Florida Mfg. Co., Miadison, Fla.
Sea Island Cotton Seed M'l 486... .. ...... .. .. 4.92 ..... Florida Mfg. Co.p-adison, Fla.
Sea Island Cotton Seed M'l 487 ..... .... .. .. 62 ..... Florida Mfg. Co., Madison, Fla.
Fertilizer .... .......... 488!..... 5.201 0.77 5.97 1.86113.15 H. 0. Wordehioff, Plant City, Fla
Fertilizer (light) ........ 4891...... 7.56 1.59 9.15 4.65 7.61 Mrs. E. M. Lane, Delray, Fla.
Fertilizer (dark) ......... 490 ..... 6.12 0.66 6.78 4.28 7.24 Mrs. E. M. Lane, .Delray, Fla.
Dried Blood ............ 491 .... .. .......... 114.851 ..... J. T. Stanley, Jensen, Fla.
Raw Ground Bone ...... 492 .... 9.53113.98 23.501 4.50 .... J. T. Stanley, Jensen, Fla.
Wood Ashes .... ...... 493 ..... ..... ... .. ... .. 0.24 J. T. Stanley, Jensen, Fla.
Ground Tobacco Stems ,. 494. .. ................ 3.18 9.2p J. T. Stanley, Jensen, Fla.
Cotton Seed Meal ....... 495 ... ..... ......... 7.75 ..... Schroeder & Auguinbaw, Quincy.
Cotton Seed Meal ....... 4961. ......... .... 7.71 ..... James B. Bours, Jacksonville, Fla
Acid Phosphate ......... 497 ..... 118.741 0.75119.491 ..... Goulding Fert. Co., Pensacola.
Fertilizer (acid phosphate) 498114.40 13.64 0.53 14.17 0.001 0.0(1 J. D. Clark, Mt. Pleasant, Fla.
Fertilizer No. 1 .......... 499111.30 7.05 1.01 8.06 4.601 8.42 B. G. Hewet. Pebble. Fla.








BUREAU OF PERTIRILIZER-ColnmifuoD.
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NAME OF BRAND. 32

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Fetilizer No. 2 ........50011.35 7.10 1 16 8.16 4.51 8.49 B. G,
Fertilizer ...... ....... 501 .... 0.00 0.00 0.00 4.42 0.00 Peter
Guano ...... ...... 502 ..... ..........26 13 3.71 3.14 Jame
Acid Phosphate ......... 503 .... 13.68 2.05115.73 ..... ..... Prof.
Crude Carbonate of Potash 504 ..... ..... .... .... ..... 38.8J J. Hi
*White Carbonate of Potash 5051 ......... ... .... .. 62.62 J. Hi
Fertilizer ...... ........ 506110.85 7.30 1.26 8.56 3.18 3.52 W. M
Fertilizer ........ ..... 5071..... 9.71 1.56 11.27 5.361 7.68 P. L.
Fertilizer ...... ........ 508 7.35 8.12 1.201 9.321 4.01 8.71 C. B.
Ootton Seed Meal ....... 509 ..... ..... ..... .... 7.131 ..... J. E.
Fertilizer ............. .510 ... 6.101 5.57111.67 2.08 8.46 RL


BY WHOM SENT.


.Hewet, Pebble, Fla.
Gardener, Palatka, *Fla.
s Holmes, Jensen, Fla.
0. J. Moore, Lisbon, Fla.
irschbug Tallahassee, Fla.
irschburg, Tallahassee, Fla.
. Girardeau, Monticello, Fla.
Fiveash, Alliance, Fla.
Robbinson, Corno, Fla.
Wirick, Jr., -Lloyd, Fla.
SbIcMullen, Clearwater, Fla.






BUREAU OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.


Phosphoric Acid

NAME OR BRAND.

a 0 > 0 -

Fertilizer ........ ...... 511 10.451 9.99 1.96 8.95 4.631 4.8
Fertilizer No. 1.......... 512 .10 7.87 0.73 8.60 2.24 1.2
Fertilizer No. 2.......... 151311 .151 9.11 3.00112.11 2.12 1.8
Fertilizer No. 3.......... 1514110.101 8.43 2.68111.11 2.13 2.1
Ferilizer No. 4.......... 1514111.30 10.52 3.26113.78 2.471 1.8
Blood, Bone and Potash.. 516114.20 9.91 2.95 9.86 3.80 4.4
Dark Cotton Seed Meal andI I
Potash .............. 518 .25 .......... 2.03 5.02 3.8

Ground Tobacco Stems .. 519 ..... ..... ......... 2.92 9.2
Fertilizer ...... ........ 15'0 14.61 7.75 2.76 10.51 2.29 2.2
Fertilizer No. 3 ........ 5211 6.95 8.49 1.95 10.44 2.15 13.7
Fertilizer No. 2 ....... j52211(.95 7.22 1.39 8.61 4.46 8.0
Fertilizer No. 1........ 152311 .251 8.17 3.0211.19 2.22 2.2
Fertilizer .............. 524; 9.25 81031 0.721 8.751 4.44111.4
Rock Phosphate ........ j526 ... .... .. .. 137.16 ..... ....


6
8
4
5
i9
4


BY WHOM SENT.


Johnson & Co., Leesburg, Fla.
J. W. McKeown Co., Concord, Fla.
J. W. McKeown Co., Concord, Fla.
J. W. McKeown Co., Concord, Fla..~
J. W. McKeown Co., Concord, Fla.
J. H. Dishong, Dover, Fla.


1 R. L. Goodwin, St. Pierce, Fla.
Armour Fertilizer Works, Jack-
4 sonville, Fla.
3 J. H. Hinton, Dover, Fla.
1 E. J. Yates, Lakeland, Fla.
7 E. J. Yates, Lakeland, Fla.
6 E. J. Yates, Lakeland, Fla.
4 H. Price Williams, Miami, Fla.
. T. D. Hawkins, King's Ferry, Fla.


_ _ _ .___








BUREAU OF IERTILIZERS-Continued. 88
. . . . .. .. . . i, r 'rl .,


NAME OF BRAND.




Fertilizer .............
Armour's H. G. Tobacco.
Dust ........ .......
Fertilizer ...... ........
Fertilizer ..... ........
Dark Cotton Seed Meal...
Bright Cotton Seed Meal.
Rock Phosphate. .......
Ashes ...............
Fertilizer ...... .......
Fertilizer No. 1.........
Fertilizer No. 2 (Sulphate
Potash). .... ........
Fertilizer ...... ........
Fertilizer ...... .........
Rock Phosphate .....


k .
21

10:90


14.00
10.20
. ... .

. .. .
....
... ,


Phosphoric Acid


7.74


5.61
7.12




1.63
6.08


9.72
7.22


!


0

0


2.96


3.01
3.00



.....
0.771
0.85


3.12
4.12


.....133.46


0
.- -
0 A
0l


10.70


8.61
10.12
1.94
2.91
34.05

2.40
6.93


12.84
11.34


13.79


BY WHOM SENT.




S. B. Robbinson, Seven Oaks, Fla.


3.91 Armour Fert. Wks., Jacksonville.
5.65 H. J. Drane, Lakeland, Fla.
15.56 F. G. Sampson, Boardman, Fla.
1.49 N. H. Fogg, Altamonte Springs.
1.81 N. H. Fogg, Altamonte Springs.
.... John S. Flanagan, San Antonia.
0.60 A. J. Rosetter, Enterprise, Fla.
7.08 W. J. Dyer, Stuart, Fla.
9.34 A. P. DeWolf, Crescent City.

47 24A. P. DeWolf, Crescent City.
1.69 L. A. Adams, Luanna, Fla.
2.37 R. L. West, Plant City, Fla.
.... John D. Philips, Bailey, Fla.


..... . . .


- -___.


4.87

2.60
4.43
4.37
4.99
8.37


4.00
4.20


2.00
2.25
* *


L. ,


I






BUREAU OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.


NFAME OF BRAND.,


Fertilizer ,............. 540 ..... 5.281
Cotton SWd Meal....... 541 .........
Tobacco Ashes .......... 542 ..... ...
Muck Soil ............. 543 .... ....J
Fertilizer ........ ...... 544 .... 7.60
Cotton Seed Meal ....... 546 ..........
Fertilizer ...... ........ 547 ... 11.08
Wood Ashes ............ 548 ..... .....
Fertilizer ...... ....... 549 ... 7.94
Fertilizer ............... 550 .... 10.55
Fertilizer ...... ........ 551 .... 5.39
Fertilizer ... .......... 552 .... 9.25
Fertilizer .............. 553 15.33 7.31
Bright Cotton Seed Meal. 554 .... ...
Dark Cotton See Mea..


1.381



9.05

2.67

1.86
0.61
0.371
1.66
.. *
.. *


6.66
2.29
2.53
0.39
15.05

13.75

9.80
11.16
5.76
10.91
7.31
*. *


6.84
2.82

5.28
1.85
2.65
1.50

7.57
6.82


BY WHOM SENT.




7.84 8. P. Lan*, Anthony, Fla.
1.71 J. E. SnAw, East Lake, Fla.
12.12 James Holmes, Jensen, Fla.
Tr. W. Lippencott, Lakeland, Fla.
12.36 L. C. Hefner, St. Petersburg, Fla.
..... Lewis Lively, Tallahassee, Fla,
1.87 Tas. B. Holmes, Jensen, Fla.
0.68 Chase & Co., Sanford Fla.
17.02 S. B. Robinson, Seven Oaks, Fla.
2.58 A. W. Turner, Coe's Mills, Fla.
10.90 Horrace Prior, Como, Fla.
0.97 Alexander & Baird, Beresford, Fla
2.61 . Wills, .Woods, Fla.
..... J. W. Scott, Quincy, Fla.
..... J. W. Scott, Quincy, Fla.








BURAUE OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.


NAME OF BRAND




Ashes .... ............
Cotton Seed Meal .......
Dissolved Animal Bone...
Fertilizer .... ........
Raw 'Bone Meal.......
Fertilier No. 1..........
Fertilizer No. 2.........
Fertilizer ....... .....
H. G. AefsT Phosphate No.
1.... ........ .....
Fertilizer No. 2.........
Fertilizer No. 3........
Fertilizer .............
Fertilizer No. 1 .........
Fertilizer No. 2.........
Fertilizer No. 3.........


13 40
10.55
11.95


6


o g
0 o


-^-A
556 .....


559 .....
560 .....
561 9.05
562 7.10
563114.50


Phosphoric Acid



Sj.- 1 .....
; 3a



.... .... 2.44 6.77
9.86 5.85 15.71 2.67
7.22 0.36 7.58 4.36
..... ... 25.86 4.14
6.58 0.48 7.06 4.48
6.39 0.68 7.07 4.42
9.67 1.14 10.81 2.12

43.49 0.33 43.82 .....
6.75 0.81 7.56 3.96
5.84 0.731 6.57 3:89
..... ..... 2.20 5.62
7.4,5 3.55 11.00 2.72
8.24 7.20 15.441 2.38
8.67 7.85 15.52 2.98


....
6.97
7.20
6.06
111.55
S9.61
9.46


O. B. Robinson, Lake Como, Fla.
0. B. Robinson, Lake Como, Fla.
0. B.Robinson, Lake Como, Fla.
Geo. W. Rufle, Ft. Pierce, Fla.
Win. Edwards, Plymouth, Fla.
Wm. Edwards, Plymouth, Fla.
Wm. Edwards, Plymouth, Fla.


BY WHOM SENT

0

2.28 John J. Beers, Emporia, Fla.
1.73 J. W. Scott, Quincy, Fla.
..... Florida Fert. Co., Gainesville.
5.91 Rome Tinny, Ozond, Fla.
.... Jas. B. Holmes, Jensen, Fla.
11.23 J. C. Cowburn, Crescent City, Fla.
12.86 J. C. Cowburn, Crescent City, Fla.
6.37 E. V. Lundbery, Crescent City, Fla
'


----------


I


I


,


-.v










NAME OF BRAND


---.- !-.- I


Fertilizer ...... ........ 571
Cotton Seed Meal....... 572
Bone Meal ............. 1573
Tobacco Dust ........... 574
Rock Phosphate .. ..... 575
Special Mixture No. 2.... 576
Special Mixture No. 1.... 577
Dissolved Animal Bonel
Black .... ...... .... 578
Nitrate of Soda ......... 579
Nitrate of Soda No. 2 .... 580
Sulphate of Ammonia ... 581
H. G. Sulphate of Potash 582
H. G. Acid Phosphate ... 583
Special Mixture ........ 1584
Ground Kentucky Tobaccol
Stems ............... 585
Cotton Seed Meal ..... 586


BUREAU OF FERTILIZERS-Conti .


Phosp

3
.) -3



8251 7.351

. ... . ....I


. ... 8.211
..... 6.5


. ... . .. ..

..... .....
. . . . . .

..... 17.51
. .... 5.15


horic Acid
---;---- ' IW

Sa BY WHOM SENT
-
o a -

0.321 7.67 3.74 12.28 J. C. Hull, Orlando, Fla.
.....1 2.23 6.46 1.56 A. M. Munroe, Crown Point, Fla.
..... 26.52| 4.531..... James Holmes, Jensen, Fla.
..... 1 2.991 8.92 James Holmes, Jensen, Fla.
..... 35.771..... .... J. S. Flanagan, San Antonia, Fha.
0.30 8.511 4.57 13.40 F. D. Waite, Palmetto, Fla.
01.30 6.851 6.00 12.58 F. D. Waite, Palmetto, Fla.

I..... 21.091..... .... F. D. Waite, Palmetto, Fla.
..... ...17.48 .....F. D. Waite, Palmetto, Fla.
....15.8 ..... F. D. Waite, Palmetto, Fla.
I ....... 125.21 .... F. D. Waite, Palmetto, Fla.
I.... ..... .... 49.08 F. D. Waite, Palmetto, Fla.
0.40 17.911........... F. D. Waite, Palmetto, Fla.
2.131 7.281 6.191 8.18 C. F. Olmstead, Ft. Pierce, Fla.
I I I I
..... ..... 2.24 8.92 L. B. Abdill, Eldred, Fla.
...... .... 7.11 ..... L. B. Abdill, Eldrd, Fla.


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I







BUREAU OF FERTILIZERS-Continued. 42
For values see heading Bureau of Fertilizers."
NOTE-This department is not aware of the source of the goods, or the names of manufacturers
of Special Samples sent in by purchasers. Dealers frequently send in samples of goods for ex-
amination before purchasing. A Spacial Sample"' sent in by a dealer or manufacturer hende is not
an evidence that the goods are offered by him for sale. The "Official Samnples" taken by the State
Chemist, or his assistant, on following pages, state the name of the goods and 'the manufacturers the
guaranteed analysis, and the amount of fertilizing ingredients found by the State Chemist.
Moisture not determined in samples sent in paper or wood boxes.
Tolpaao stems and tobacco dust contain some phosphoric acid, but it is bought for the potash and
ammonia content Cotton seed meal contains some phosphoric acid and some potash, but is bought
for the ammonia.content.
Where only the insoluble phosphoric acid is given in the table, it has been determined as total
phosphoric acid.
Not-less.than eight ounces (i pound), is required for a "Special Sample."
Special attention.is called.to the."Caution to Purchasers-of Cotton Seed Meal" on another page.
This adulterated.meal. is sold as bright or prime meal---though the guarantee is but 4j per cent. of
ammonia---it is evidently adulterated with rice hulls, its value is but little more than half that of
prime meal.*







DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY. 48
R. E. ROSE, STATE CHEMIST, ANALYSIS OF FERTILIZERS, 1904, MARION G. DONK, ASSISTANT COsIMIST;
Samples taken by State Chemist under Section 1, Act approved May 22. 1901.


NAME OF BRAND






Cotton Seed Meal.......


Tobacco Dust..........


Hard Wood Ashes......

H G. Dissolved Bone
Blwk. ................


Aoid Phosphate.........


Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....

Guarant'd Analysis,
Official Analyst....

Guaraat'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....

Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....

Guarant'd Analysis.
Offtcle Analysis....


r ... i

10.00
11.80


13.90


PHOSPHORIC ACID



3


16.00
20.26

14.00
18.76


.0
0
0


0
E-4


ae

-o
a


2.50
2.80

5.50
4.60


BY WHOM AND WHERE

MANUFACTURED


Southern Cotton Oil Co.,
Washington, Ga.

Tampa Fert. Co, Tampa,
Fla.

Blackshear Manufa'g Co.,
Blackshear, Ga.

Armour Fert. Co., Jack-
sonville.

Tampa Fert. Co., Tampa,
Fla.


a ---


? -I - -----1.





"... .l. Ii 6. ....
0.29 20.55......


...... i ...... ...... . ..
0.85 18. ...... .......


ie








ANALYSIS OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.


Steamed Bone Flour.... 316 Guarant'd Analysis...........
Official Analysis.... 5.75 13.38
H. G Vegetable Manure. 317 Guarant'd Analysis. 1000 5 00
Official Analysis.... 12 10 7 64
Fruit and Vine Manure. 318 Guarant'd Analysis. 8 00 6 00
Official Analysis.... 8 95 8 81
Ober's Fruit and Vine.. 819 Guarant'd Analysis. 11 00 6 00
Official Analysis.... 6 95 8 93
Ober's Vegetable Ma-
nure.................. 320 Guarat'd Analysis. 1400 600
Official Analysis.... 18 70 7 87
Baugh's Special Orange
Trec.................. 321 Guarant'd Analysis. 12 00 5 00
Official Analysis.... 6 20 8 18
Baugh's Vegetable Ma-
nure ................ 322 uarant'd Analysis. 12 00 6 00
Double Strength of Pot- Official Analysis.... 13 85 6 71
Double Strength of Pot-
ash .................. 323 Guarant'd Analysis. 10 00 5 00
Peruvian ad Fish G- Official Analysis.... 7 55 6 65
Peruvian and Fish Gu-
ano ............... .. 324 Guarant'd Analysis. 10 00 500
official Analysis.... 8 35 6 22
Potato MiXture......... 825 Guarant'd Analysis. 10 00 5 00
Official Analysis.... 7 90 4 99


- -------------t--


.... 23.00 3.00 ...... Tampa Fert. Co., Tampa,
13.46 26.84 3.85 ...... Fla.
2 00 ... 4 00 6 00 Tampa Fert. Co., Tampa,
2 05 9 69 416 598 Fla.
1 00......2 00 12 00 rampa Fert. Co, Tampa,
0 64 8 95 242 11 09 la.
2 00...... 2 50 10 00 Oberr & Sons, Baltimore,
1 54 10 47 3 27 9 36 Md.
1 00 ...... 5 00 6 00Ober & Sons, Baltimore,
1 78 9 65 5 43 596 Md.
2 00...... 200 10 00 Baugh & Sons, Baltimore,
1 97 10 15 2 39 9 69 Md.
400 ...... 5 00 7 00 Baugh & Sons, Ba'timore;
1 1 842 5 48 688 Md.
2 00...... 1 50 10 00 Florida Fertilizer Co.,
1 09 7 74 2 05 11 40 Gainesville, Fla.
1 00...... 4 50 5 Florida Fertilizer Co.,
2 44 8 66 4 92 6 58 Cainesville, Fla.
00 ...... 00 9 00 Florida Fertilizer Co.
2 53 7 52 8 79 8 2 Gainesville, Fla.
7 51







ANALYSIS OF FERTILIZEif--dontinued.


Peruvian & Fish Guano
Doub e strength of
Potash ..............

Orange Tree Fertilizer..

Vegetable Fertiliz'r No 1

Fish and Potash........

Beah Special...........

Cuke Special...........

Early Trucker.........

Lettuce Special........

Strawberry Special Fer-
tilizer................


Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....

Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis...

Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....
Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....
Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....
Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....

Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....
Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....

Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....


7.00

9 00
5 20
8 00
880

9 00
9 90

800
490

9 00
4 76
700
6 80
900
4 95

8
9


500 1.00
6.35 4.66
500 200
5 62 1 88
400 20C
3 95 2 76
300 2 OC
3 19 1 2
400 30OC
424 8 04
350 2 OC
3 15 2 21

4 00 20(C
3 52 1 9
400 20(
474 2 81

6 00 .. ..
5 91 2 2,


11.00

7 45


4 48


10 00
9 56
10 00
10 78
500
604

5001
6 66
800
7 85

8 00
8 52

5 00
509

600
6 99
500
5 14


Florida Fertilizer Co.,
.Gainesville, Fla.
Standard Fertilizer Co.,
Gainesville, Fla.

Standard Fertilizer Co.,
Gainesville, Fla.

Standard Fertilizer Co.,
Gainesville, Fla.
Standard Fertilizer Co.,
Gainesville, Fla.

Standard Fertilizer Co,
Gainesville, Fla.

Standard Fertilizer Co.,
Gainesvil ej Fla.

Standard Fertilizer Co.,
Gainesville, Fla.

Va.-Car. Chem. Co., Sa-
vannah, Ga.


I ~







ANALYSIS OF FERT1L1ZERS-Continued. 46


SChampion Citrus Com-
pound .............. 835

Old Dominion Potato
Manure................ 886

Special Vegetable
Grower............... 337

Tiptop Tomato Trucker. 338

Fruit and Vine......... 339

Southern States Special. 340

Cotton Seed Meal....... 841

Sterns Ammoniated Raw
Bone ...... .......... 342

Baltimore Soluable
Bone................. 343

Cumberland Standard
Fertilizers............ 344


Guarant'd Analysis. 10 00
Official Analysis.... 11 26

Guarant'd Analysis. 8 00
Official Analysis.... 14 50

Guarant'd Analysis. 8 0(
Official Analysis ... 12 1

Guarant'd Analysis. 8 0(
Official Analysis.... 12 5
Guarant'd Analysis. 8 OC
Official Analysis.... 11 85

Guarant'd Analysis. ..
Official Analysis.... 11 6
Guarant'd Analys. ....
Official Analysts... ..
Guarant'd Analysis. 15 00
Official Analysis.... 15 75

Guarant'd Analysis. 15 00
Official Analysis.... 14 96
Guarant'd Analysis. 14 00
Official Analysis.... 13 4q


80(
94.

10 0(
10 35

80(
.8 6


1 OC
206

1 00
3 7(

1 CC
0i5-h


6 OC ... .
5 86 0 09

7 OC .. .


828 1 8

723 1 70

6 0C ...
5 87 1 08i

6 00 ......
8 49 1 58


800







4
500
8509
800
801

400
4 59
250
809

4 OC
8 59

8 00
8 68
2 00
2 10

1 00
1 47

2 00
a9L2


I


14 00
11 60

8 00
8 42

300
306

500
5 16

1000
9 81

5'00
6_98
1 50

200
1 48

100
1 11

200
rl


Va.-Car. Chem. Co., 'Sa-
vannah, Ga.

Va.-Cor. Chem. Co., Sa-
vannah, Ga.

Va.-Car. Chem. Co., Sa-
vannah, Ga.

Va.-Car. Chem. Co., Sa-
vannah, Ga.

Va.-Car. Chem. Co., Sa-
"annah, Ga.

Va -Car. Chem. Co, Sa-
vannah, Ga.

Southern Cotton Cil Co.,
Pensacola.

Standard Guano & Cherm.
M'f'g. Co., New Orleans.

Georgia Chemical Co.,
Augusta, Ga.

Mutual Fertilizer Co., Sa-
l vanbh.


1008i

893

6 91

1002
2 5C


11 5?

14 11

912


14A


i





, ,


,






ANALYSIS OF FERTILIZERS---Continued. 47


Scotts H. G. Acfd Phos-
phate................ 345
Champion Farmers'
Choice ............... 346

Vegetable Compound... 847

Baltimore Soluble Bone 848

Bone and Potash...... 849

H G. Acid Phosphate 350

Hard Wood Ashes...... 351

H. G. Sulphate f Potash 852

Acid Phosphat......... 353

Sulphate of Ammonia.. 854


Garant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....
Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....
Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....

Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....
Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....

Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....
Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....
nuarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....
Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....
Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....


12 00
14 00

15 00
11 70

16 00
14 05

15 00
13 7b

15 00
12 80

16 00
13 20







14 25
..o.o.,


14 00
15 27

8 00
988

7 00
9 82

10 00
10 06

1000
10 82
15 00
16 9f






1400.
14 75
,... .


200
1 84

100
1 25

100
1 93

1 00
2 01I

1 00
2 57

1 00
0 48







102


.i7 11

10 62

11 VE

12 14

18 81

17 31







1547


2 00
2 37

40C
2 51

100
0 84














25. 0


20 C
2 77

4 00
4 52

100
098

200
1 84



550
5 0

5000
5028


i. 2221


Va.-Car. Chem. Co., Mont-
gomery, Ala.

Standard Guano & Chem.
M'f'g. Co., New Or'eans.
Goulding Fertilizer Co.,
Pensaco'a.

Georgia Chemical Works,
Augusta, Ga.

Georgia ChAmical Works,
Augusta, Ga.
Goulding Fertilizer Co.,
Pensaco'a, Fla.

W. R Fuller & Co., Tam-
pa, F!a.

W. R. Fuller & Co., Tam-
pa, Fla.
W. R. Fu'ler & Co., Tam-
pa, Fla.

Manatee Fertilizer Co.,
Palmetto, Fla.


.








ANALYSIS OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.


Vegetable Fertilizer.....

Fruit and Vine No. 1...

H. G. Suaphabeof Potash

Fruit and Vine.........

Bangh's Vegetable Ma
nure..................

Dissolved Bone Black..

H. G Vegetable Fish
Guano ................

Acid Phosphate.........

Blood and Bone.........

Blood Bone and Potash.


Guarant'dk Analysis.
Official Analysis....

Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....

Gaarant'd Analysis.
Oelal Analysis....
Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....

Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....
Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....

Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....
Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....

Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....

Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....


10.OC
12 4C

80C
8 7C



S0O
10 2C

12 00
985

7 50

12 00
9 15

9 35

10 00

800
10 90


5,00
5 48

7'13



6 00
6896

600
7 82
17 00
18 26

5 00
5 13

1400
15 47

600
5 71

6 00
6 26


200
2 76

100
2 51



1 00
2 26

400
1 45

3 74

200
3 22

2 34

800
9 79

3 00
3 17


..... 4, -6 000 W. R. Fuller Co., Tampa,
8.24 4.18 705 Fla"

...... 00V 00 Baugh & Sons, Baltimore,
9 64 2 97 188 Md.

...... ....... 4900 W. R. Fuller Co., Tampa,
...... 49 08 Fla.

.. 2 00 12 00 W. R. Fuller Co., Tampa,
9 22 229 11- 8 Fla.

.... 00 700 Baugh & Sons, Baltimore,
9 07 4 91 7 60 Md.

............... Baugh & Sops, Baltimore,
22 00........... Md.

..... 00 8 00 Baugh &Sons, Baltimore,
8 35 4'00 705 Md.
... ... ..... Manatee Fert. Co., Pal-
17 81 .... ... metto, Fla.
.... 6 50 ..... W. R. Fuller Co., Tam* a,
15 50 6 58...... Fla.

...... 004 00 W. R. Fuller Co., Tampa,
9 48 93 420 Fla.










ANALYSIS OF FERTILIZERS-Continued,


Orange Tree Special.....


Dark Cotton Seed Meal.


H. G. Sulphate of Potash


L. G. Sulphate of Potash


Cotton Seed 1 eal.......

Cotton Seed Meal.......


H. G. Sulphate of Potash


Simon Pure Pine Apple.

Simon Pure Tomato.....

H. G, Blood, Bone and
Potash................


365 Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....

365 Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis ...

367 Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis...

368 Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....
360 Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....

370 Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....
371 Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....

372 Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....

373 Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....

374 Guarant'd Analysis.
Official Analysis....


12 00 6 00
7 80 7 57

12 00 ......
. . . ... . .

. . . . .



. .. ..




8 0C ...


8 0( 4 00
7 90 65 75

1200 4 0C
8 8r 5 2


6.1 io 21


200 .. ...
0 38 7 95

.. .. ... ...










2 4(
. . . . . . .



1 00 ... . .
100.
1 89 7 55

2 00 ......
1 48 6 76


161 3 83


2 50

4 89 .....

.49 72

.... 27 00
...... 25 86



8 00 1 76
8 51......

...... 49 00
...... 48 52

400 600
3 80 7 01

5 C 9 00
6 5C 10 48

7 C0 10 00
7 91 10 11


Manatee Fert. Co., Palti-
more, Md.

Florida Mn'fg Co., Madi-
son, Fla.

Manatee Fert. Co., Pal-
metto, Fla.

Manatee Fert. Co., Pal-
metto, Fia

H. E. Bridges, Memphis,
Tcnn,

Abbeville Cotton Oil Co.,
Abbeville, Fla,

E. O. Painter Fertilizer
Co., Jacksonville.

E. O. Painter Fertilizer
Co., Jacksonville.

. O. Painter Fertilizer
Co., Jacksonville.

E. O. Painter Fertilizer
Co., Jacksonville.







ANALYSIS OF FERTILIZERS-Continued. 50


Gem Bean Fertilizer.....

Special Mixture No,:l...

Ideal Fertilizer........

Mape's Fruit and Vine
Manure ......... ....

Mape's Vegetable Ma-
nure ...... ..........

Mape's Orange Tree Ma-
nure ..................

Bradley's Fruit and Vine
Fertilizer .............
Baugh's Fruit and Vine
M anure ..............

Bradley's Vegetahle
Fertilizer.............

Bradley's Nursery Stock


875

876

377

378

379

380

881

382

388

384


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Official Analysis....
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8.00

80 C
9 50
800
920
10 00
15 95
12 00
15 25
12 00
15 95
18 00
795
12 00
6 75
1 00
10 60
18 00
12 50


2.91

100
096
1 00
0 95
200
2 57

200
249
2 00
840
1 00
244

2 00
8 16
1 00
250

100
295


7.91

6 91

7 11


8 89

10 83

9 15

1089

10 27

11 6j


2.00 B. 0. Painter Fertilizer
3 26 Co., Jacksonville.

5 00 Willson & Toomer Fert.
5 95 Co., Jacksonville.

6 00 Willson & Toomer Pert.
8 26 Co., Jackson.ville.
10 00 Mape's Formula & P. G.
11 05 Co., New York.

4 00 Mape's Formula & P. G.
5 95 Co., New York.
3 00 Mape's Formula & P. G.
4 09 Qo,, New York.
10 00 American Ag'l & Cher.
10 15 Co., New York.
15 00 Baugh & Son, Baltimore,
14 88 Md.
5 00 American Ag'l & Chem.
5 19 Co., New York

8 00 American Ag'l & Chem.
2 92 Co., New York.
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ANALYSIS OF FERTILIZERS-Cont inued ~~5 ~ 51


Fruit and Vine.....

Special Fruit and Vine..

Cotton Seed Meal......

Cotton Seed Meal.......

Simon Pure No. I.......

Simon Pure Special.....

Simon Pure No. 2......

Upland Cotton Seed
M eal...................

Bright Cotton S9ed Meal

Ground Castor Pomace.


394 Guarant'd Analysis.
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800
7 60

1000
5 10






8 00
8 45

12 00
7 50

6 55


10 001......
. . . . . . .


600
6 22

6 00
6 59






6 00
6 84

800
6 00

600
7 89


1 0(
0 88
100
0 36






1 00
0 54
100
1 96

2 00
0 91


'6 55

6 95

2 5(.
3 18

2 00
3 08

.7 88

7 69

8 80






1 50


2 50
2 68

400
4 70

7 5
8 1.:

7 5
7 5N

4 00
4 36

4 00
4 73

5 00
5 64
6 00
4 21
800
8 72

6 00
5 88


1000
8 73

13 00
13 70

150
1 83

100
J. 92
11 0
11 8C

400
4 68

P00
6 70


1 00 Armour's Fert. Work
..... Jacksonville.


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Va.-Carolin% Chem, Co,
Savannah, Ga
Willson & Toomer Fert.
Co., Jacksonville.

W. A. Brode & Co., Mem-
phis, Tepn.

A. A. Smith, Atlanta, Ga.

E. O. Painter Fertilizer
Co., Jacksonville.

E. O. Painter Fertilizer
Co., Jacksonville.
E O. Painter Fertilizer
Co., Jacksonville.

Valdosta Guano Co., Val-.
dosta, Ga.
H. E. Bridges, Memphis,
Tcun.


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Armour's Dried Blood.

Armour's' Nitrate of
Soda ..... ...... .....

Sulphate


uble Ma-
nure Salt.............

Armour's Acid Phos-
phate. ... ..........

Armour's Acid Phos-
phate.... ............

SArmour's White, Cloud
Cotton ....... ......

AriBour's Water Melon
Special ..... ..........

Armoun's FriA and Rouo
yCrop .. .


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Official Analysi.... 13 9E

GuarantJd Anklysis.
Official Analabi.... 13 9C

Guarantfd ABhysla. 10 (00
Of6cial ... 9 21

Gdarantd Af lysis. 10 00C
Official Analksla.... 6 35

Guaenfd- 10 00
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1000


16 00
17 83 1 37

14 00 ..
17 3 1 384

8 00 1 00
10 13 1 86

5 00 o0 2
7 42 1 48

800 1 6i
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18 68


i 98


8 90


2 00
2 17

800
2 51

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Jacksonville.

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Jacksonville.

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Jacksonville.

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