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Tomato growing in Florida
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    Regulations governing the taking and forwarding of fertilizer of commercial feeding stuff samples to the commissioner of agriculture
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    Market prices of chemicals and fertilizing materials at Florida sea ports
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    State valuations
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    Composition of fertilizer materials
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    Average composition of commercial feedstuffs
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    Commercial state values of feedstuffs for 1909
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    Miscellaneous analyses and examinations, 1908
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VOLUME 19 NUMBER 1

FLORIDA QUARTERLY

BULLETIN


JANUARY 1, 1909


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE


B. E. McLIN
COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE

REPORT OF THE CHEMICAL DIVISION


R. E. ROSE
STATE CHEMIST

Analyses of Fertilizers, Feed Stuff, Foods and Drugs.
Rules and Regulations.

Entered January 31, 1903, at Tallahassee. Florida. as second-class matter, under
Act of Congress, of June 1900

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STATE CHEMIST'S REPORT, 1908.


To His Excellency,
N. B. Broward, Governor,
Tallahassee, Fla.
Sir:
I have the honor to submit the following report of the
Chemical Division of the Agricultural Department of the
State of Florida for the year ending December 31st, 1908.
During the year very considerable additions have been
made to the State Laboratory. The building has been
increased by the addition of four convenient rooms, well
arranged and properly lighted. Two of these rooms have
been assigned to the use of the State Geological Survey,
one for the use of the Pure Food and Drug Laboratory,
and one for the Commercial Feed Stuff Laboratory.
The State Laboratory is now well equipped, with ample
and conveniently arranged rooms for each of the various
Laboratories-Fertilizers, Feed Stuffs, and Food and
Drug Laboratory, also conveniently arranged office and
library.
The equipment of these Laboratories is modern in every
way, providing means for rapid and accurate work; a
small, though choice library of the necessary modern text
books has been provided; proper cases and files for the
reports of other States are well filled with the reports
of other officials charged with the enforcement of the
Pure Food Laws, Fertilizer Laws, and Stock Feed Laws
of their respective States.

EXPENDITURES.

While the Chemical force has been increased, by the
addition of a Food and Drug Chemist, and a Food and
Drug Inspector, the additional expense has been more
than offset by the increased facilities and larger amount
of work promptly and accurately performed, as is shown
by the report of analytical work.










The largest single item of expense has been for building
the addition to the State Laboratory, and for new appa-
ratus and equipment for the same, amounting to $3,220.30,
The "Pure Food and Drug" Division, unlike the "Fertil-
izer" and "Stock Feed" Divisions, is not a revenue pro-
ducer. Its creation and maintenance has been fully jus-
tified by the increased value of the Foods and Drugs sold
throughout the State, and the withdrawal of numerous
brands of impure and often dangerously adulterated
foods.
While much has been accomplished, much remains yet
to perfect the system, to educate the Manufacturer, the
Dealer, and the Consumer as to the provisions of the
Law. Some changes are doubtless necessary to perfect
the law, and provide for its more efficient execution.
Excluding the cost of new building and equipment, the
Pure Food Department has cost-
For salary of Food and Drug Chemist ....... 1.S 0.00
For salary of Food and Drug Inspector...... 1,500.00
For traveling expenses of Inspector and cost
of sam ples ............................... 291.75
The general expenses of the Department have
been-
Salary of State Chemist. ................... .$ 2,500.00
Traveling expenses State Chemist and Assist-
ants ............ ......................... 840.53
Salary Fertilizer Chemist ................... 1.00.00
Salary Feed Stuff Chemist ................... 1,500.00
Salary Inspector of Feed Stuffs.............. 1,500.00
Traveling expenses Feed Stuff Inspector....... 767.50
Chemicals and Apparatus .................. 1,063.97

Total current expenses ....... .......... ..13.563.75
Cost permanent improvement................. 3,220.30

Total expenses Chemical Division........ $16,784.05











The records of the Agricultural Department show the
sale of Inspection Stamps covering 133,223.72 tons of
Commercial Fertilizers, and 53,999.98 tons of Commercial
Feeding Stuff-an increase of 8,617.52 tons of Fertilizers,
and 4,463.26 tons of Commercial Feeding Stuff over last
year's Report.

A total revenue of ............................46,805.92
has been paid into the State Treasury to the credit of the
General Revenue Fund, from which is to be deducted the
total expenses of the Chemical Division, and the expenses
of the Agricultural Commissioner's Office, incident to the
execution of the Feed, Fertilizer, and Pure Food Laws.

ANALYTICAL WORK, 1908.

The following analyses were made during the year:
Official samples Fertilizers...................... 181
Special samples Fertilizers ..................... 324
Special samples Feed Stuff ...................... 15
Official samples Feed Stuff....................... 225
Official Food and Drug samples.................. 108
Special Food and Drug samples.................. 63
Special Miscellaneous Food and Drug samples..... 38
Miscellaneous analyses and examinations.......... 218

Total complete analyses ................... .. 1,172


FERTILIZERS.

The average composition of 127 complete Fertilizers
was-
Ammonia ...................................... 3.82%
Available Phosphoric Acid .................... 6.94%
Potash (K20) ................................ 7.08%
The average State value of the 127 samples of complete









Fertilizer was $28.82 per ton. The average price of vari-
ous brands sold throughout the State was $33.04-an
excess over State values of $3.78 per ton.
It will be noted that there has been a decrease from the
average Ammonia content of last season of 0.20%, and an
increase in Potash of 0.24%, showing a gradual tendency
towards a better balanced Fertilizer. The excess over
"State values" is slightly greater than last season (10
cents per ton). While these "averages" are not conclusive
as to all the various brands, they show generally the con-
ditions of the business, and the average values of the
goods sold. There are still a number of low grade goods,
"8-2-2," "10-1-1," and similar so-called cotton goods, sold
at prices above their real value; goods that require a
"filler" to reduce them to the quality demanded. This is
more the fault of the consumer than the manufacturer, or
dealer, who would prefer to sell a better grade of goods
for the same percentage of profit on the valuable material
used in the composition.
Of the 181 Official samples of Fertilizer analyzed-
127 were complete goods.
54 were samples of Fertilizer materials.
The 127 samples of complete Fertilizers, drawn through-
out the State, by the State Chemist and his assistants,
had the following average composition:
Available
Ammonia. Phosphoric Acid. Potash.
Official analyses...... 3.82 6.94 7.08
Guaranteed .......... 3.59 6.20 6.82

Excess above guarantee 0.23 0.74 0.26
EXCESS, 0.20% ABOVE GUARANTEE.
We find complete Fertilizers exceeding the guarantee
0.20% (or 20 points) as follows:
In Ammonia .................. 77 samples, or 48.8%
In available Phosphoric Acid.... 107 samples, or 74.8%
In Potash ..................... 81 samples, or 55.1%












DEFICIENCY, 0.20% BELOW GUARANTEE.
In Ammonia ................... 21 samples, or 13.3%
In available Phosphoric Acid.... 29 samples, or 20.3%
In Potash ..................... 38 samples, or 26.5%

HIGH AND LOW GRADE GOODS.
The economy of the high-grade goods being apparent,
I again earnestly recommend the use of the high-grade
mixed goods as the most economical, and again quote
statements made in former reports as follows:
The brands may be classified as to valuation as fol-
lows:
The composition, selling price and valuation of the
average brand of each group appears below.


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Low Grade ..... .1.13 8.28 2.50 11.9 24.50 16.85
Medium Grade 2.32 8.72 3.66 14.4 30.00 124.84
High Grade .... 4.00 7.00 10.00 21.0 36.50 32.70
It will be noticed how rapidly the relative selling price
above "State values" decreases from the "Low grade" to
the high grade goods.
Low grade costs above State values.............. $7.65
Medium grade costs above State values............ 5.16
High grade costs above State values.............. 3.80
Again, the percentage of cost above "State values" is
as follows, practically:
Low grade ..................................... 45%
Medium grade ................................. 20%
H igh grade .................................... 11%

I have urged in previous reports the economy of the
high grade inaterials, and again call attention to the poor
economy of buying fertilizers by the ton "because it is










cheap," when in fact the "cheap" fertilizers are the most
expensive in first cost, and more costly to handle (value
considered) than the higher grade concentrated goods.
"The high-grade fertilizers, for but little more than a
third advance in price over the cost of the low-class goods,
furnish two-thirds more plant food and five-sixths more
commercial value."
Those consumers requiring the low-grade goods, the
"8-2-2" of the cotton and corn planter, I would say
purchase your acid phosphates as such; also your kainit,
cotton seed meal, blood, bone or tankage, make your own
mixtures, using the proper amount of each to give you the
desired percentage. The excess in cost of mixed low grade
goods is excessive. Their purchase is not economical, in
view of the fact that the material could be purchased of.
and mixed by, the manufacturer for much less than the
selling price of certain brands of ready mixed goods. The
materials necessary to make a ton of "8-2-2" goods can
be purchased, mixed and bagged for $18.30 at any reliable
Florida factory for cash at the factory. The same goods
sold under some fancy brand, would be $22.00 per ton.
If purchased at interior points, freight must be added,
in either case.

FEEDSTUFFS.

The following analyses were made during the year.
Official samples of Feedstuff............... 225
Special samples of Feedstuff ............... 15

Total analyses of Feedstuff .............. 240

The average composition of the official samples was as
follows:
Protein. Starch and Sugar. Fats.
Official analysis ..... .18.09 56.35 3.89
Guaranteed analysis...17.39 54.52 4.21

Excess ............. 0.70 1.83 Deficiency. .0.32











We find that of the official samples of Commercial Feed-
stuff, the following samples exceeded the guarantee 0.20
per cent. (or 20 points):
In Protein...............140 samples 62.2%
In Starch and Sugar...... 103 samples 45.8%
In Fat.................... 51 samples 22.3%
There was a deficiency of 0.20% (20 points), as follows:
In Protein ............... 53 samples 23.6%
In Starch and Sugar....... 69 samples 30.7%
In Fat .................. 180 samples 48.4%
It will be noted that the consumer, and the local dealer,
do not take advantage of their privilege under the law to
send in the "Special Sample" of Feed Stuff, as do the
consumers of, and local dealers in Fertilizers. During the
year but 15 "Special Samples" of Feed Stuff were sent
in by purchasers, under Section 9 of the Feed Stuff Law.
while there were no less than 324 Special Samples of Fer-
tilizers sent in-conclusively showing that the consumer
of Fertilizer more fully appreciates the protection
afforded them by the "Special Sample."
When the dairyman, and others feeding live stock-
teamsters, draymen, turpentine producers, etc.-using
large amounts of commercial Feed Stuff, realize as do
the Fertilizer consumers, the advantage of purchasing
only such feeds as will produce the best results; either
for milk, flesh, fat, or force, and insist upon getting it;
and then confirm the representations of the "Guarantee
Tag" by sending in a "Special Sample" of any suspected
goods, the Commercial Feed Stuff of the State will be
placed on as high a plane as Fertilizers now occupy.
Much of the excellence of our Fertilizer and its uniform
excess above guarantee, is due to the liberal use of the
"Special Sample" by fruit and vegetable growers of the
State. On this subject I can but repeat a statement made
in former reports, bearing in mind that the right to send
in "Special Samples" by citizens of the State, applies
equally to "Feed Stuff" and to Fertilizers:"












SPECIAL SAMPLES.

"It is shown by the number of 'Special Samples' (those
sent in direct by the purchaser of fertilizers) that the
law is becoming more generally understood by the farmer,
fruit and vegetable grower. Purchasers who have any
reason to doubt the correctness of the guarantee on the
goods furnished them, do not hesitate to send in samples
for analysis.
"This right to have a sample of the goods purchased
analyzed by the State Chemist, under Section 9 of the
law-without charge-the inspection fees covering the
cost of analysis, as well as inspection-has doubtless had
a direct influence upon the increased quality of the goods
sold in the State. When properly drawn, sealed, wit-
nessed and transmitted, the 'Special Samples' has proved
a safeguard to the consumer, legitimate dealer, and manu-
facturer, and a check upon the careless, ignorant, or
fraudulent vendor or manufacturer.
"It furnishes the consumer with the same protection
demanded by the manufacturer, who buys his materials
only upon the guarantee, and pays for them according
to analysis."
PURE FOOD LAW.

The Pure Food and Drug Law has now been in opera-
tion since September, 1907-some 15 months. A number
of samples most commonly used by our people, of various
materials, have been officially drawn and analyzed-par-
ticularly such as Coffee, Condensed Milk, Baking Powder.
Flavoring Extracts, Vinegars, etc.-the ordinary mate-
rials used in the household, and formerly more or less
subject to adulteration, and misbranding. A number have
been found misbranded, the per cent. being:
Misbranded ................... 11.1%
These irregularities or violations of the law, have been
corrected on calling the attention of the dealer to the
same.












The policy of the Commissioner of Agriculture, and
the State Chemist, has been one of education-to prevent
the sale or distribution of adulterated or misbranded
goods, rather than an attempt to punish merchants or
dealers for errors ignorantly made. Few manufacturers
or dealers have failed to comply with the law, when the
violation was pointed out.
The Florida Pure Food Law, Rules, Regulations, and
Standards are drawn to correspond as nearly as possible
with those of the National Government, in order to work
in harmony with the same; and thus by the co-operation
of Federal and State officials, protect the citizens of the
State from the imposition of adulterated or misbranded
goods from other States.

AMENDMENTS TO FOOD AND DRUG LAW.

That there should be several amendments to Florida
Pure Food and Drug Law, to render it more positive and
definite in several points, and clearer and more compre-
hensive to the ordinary citizen, has been established by
the experience of the past year. There should be a pro-
vision in this law, as in the Fertilizer and Stock Feed
Law, for a "Special Sample," by which the citizen of the
State may-under proper safeguards, to prohibit the sub-
mission of spurious or unfair samples-submit for an-
alyses, free of charge-specimens of foods and drinks.
Particularly should this right be conferred upon the
sheriffs and other court officers of the State, to submit
fair samples of the various so-called near-beers, ciders,
wines, and other artificial compound drinks, with more or
less alcohol therein, and all more or less intoxicating, and
otherwise injurious and harmful. Samples of such goods
should be drawn (under proper safeguards), by any court
officer, or citizen, and submitted for analysis, and not
cause the State the unnecessary and useless expense of
sending "Chemist or Inspector" to draw the samples
officially, the goods having probably been disposed of, or
removed, before the arrival of the officer.











A provision should also be made for the seizure l',? the
Commissioner of Agriculture. immediately upon the dis-
covery, of adulterated or misbranded goods. pending, Tilhe
trial of the case before the courts, and the sale or destruc-
tion of the same by order of the court, in case adultera-
tion or misbranding is established.
The certificate of the State Chemist, or Food and Drug
analyst, as to the correctness of any analysis should be
made "prima facie" evidence, in all courts of the St;te.
with right of appeal to another Chemist, as in the Fertil-
izer and Stock Feed Law.
A statute defining intoxicating liquors, and fixing the
maximum percentage of alcohol permissible in non-inoxi-
cating beverages sold would materially facilitate the State
and county officers in maintaining the Local 0;,tion
Law. It will be noted that a very large proportion of the
analytical work of the Pure Food Department, has been
the analysis of such materials, for various citizens and
officers of the State.

AGRICULTURE AND HORTICULTURE.

Though Florida is pre-eminently an Agricuiura: ;and
Horticultural State, with large investments in fruit and
vegetable growing, general farming, and stock raising.
she has as a State shown little, if any, interest in the
development of these industries. She is far behind her
sister States in efforts to foster, and encourage. these im-
portant sources of her wealth. Excepting a small and
irregular appropriation for "Farmers' Institutes." she
has done nothing to assist the farmer, fruit-grower, or
stockman, to solve the many problems constantly pre-
sented to him.
While her citizens engaged in these industries consti-
tute by far the majority of her people, and contribute the
larger part of the necessary funds to carry on the State
government, no effort has been made, by the State. to
lighten their burdens, by teaching modern methods of
agriculture; and to advance the science of agriculture, by











demonstration, precept, or example. The enormous agri-
cultural, stock breeding, and fruit growing industries, of
the west, the wonderful progress in the development of
plants and animals during the last few years, by other
sections of the Union; fostered by the general government,
and most of the States; have been ignored by the State
of Florida; which, with superior natural conditions, "fol-
lows where she should lead."
Florida has among her citizens, farmers, fruit growers,
stockmen, and vegetable growers; an unusual number of
scientific and practical men, of education and ability,
who are doing much to develop the State's latent indus-
tries. Her Horticultural Society is recognized as one of
the most important associations of its kind in the world.
Its published proceedings are eagerly sought after by
fruit growers, scientists, and practical men, in all parts /
of the world, and recognized as standards of authority.
These men, and societies, are giving much of their time
and knowledge for the benefit of their State, while the
State is doing nothing to assist them. The Agricultural
Department of the United States is doing much toward
the development of the natural resources of the country,
by teaching the best and most economical methods, such
as the introduction of better seeds, plants, and animals.
This is being done in various ways; through the Experi-
ment Stations, the Demonstration Work in Agriculture.
stock breeding, and particularly in plant breeding. Pedi-
greed corn is now adding millions to the wealth of the
corn growing States, without an increase in labor, area.
or fertilizing. It has been demonstrated in Florida that
the use of pure bred corn, under proper conditions of cul-
ture, and fertilizing where the average yield is now eight
bushels per acre, can be quadrupled, without extra cost
for fertilizer or labor. This year yields of seventy-five
to eighty bushels per acre have been secured. This is but
one instance in which intelligent application of the sci-
entific truths discovered by the Experiment Stations has
proved of great value to those who have applied the les-
sons so taught.












With few exceptions the States are now contributing
liberally towards agricultural education, and the dissem-
ination of practical knowledge, of the Art and Science of
Farming. Florida, with her unsurpassed climate and soil,
her wealth of Phosphate, and other fertilizing resources,
her abundant rainfall, and her continual sunshine, should,
and will, with sufficient effort on the part of the State,
become one of the leading agricultural and stock growing
States of the Union.


SUPERPHOSPHATES.

DISSOLVED BONE Vs. ACID PHOSPHATE.
These questions are frequently asked of Chemists and of
Experiment Stations, "Which is the more valuable, agri-
culturally speaking, 'Dissolved Bone' or -Acid Phosphate?'
Which is the most valuable form of Phosphate?"
The reply, if honestly given, is, that the phosphate in
either, is identical in every way. The material used in
one case being bones and sulphuric acid, in the other
mineral phosphates-Florida, Carolina or Tennessee rock
phosphate-and Sulphuric Acid, the result being super-
phosphate-a mixture of Gypsum (Sulphate of Lime) and
Phosphoric Acid. In both cases the original "bone" and
"rock" is composed of lime and phosphoric acid in com-
bination, and insoluble. The sulphuric acid combines
with the lime in the bones, or rock, and frees, or makes
soluble, the "Phosphoric Acid." Though sulphuric acid
is used in dissolving bones and rock, to form superphos-
phates, there remains no free acid in the material after
combination. The sulphuric acid combines with the lime,
to form a neutral salt, Gypsum, or sulphate of lime,
Superphosphate, made of bones, or rock, is a mixture of
Gypsum, a neutral salt, and phosphoric acid.
Much prejudice still exists as to the use of rock phoo-
phates, hence the demand for bone phosphates has caused
many-if not most-manufacturers of "acid phos-








phates"--as distinguished from "bone phosphates"-to
call their product "Dissolved Bone."
Probably ninety per cent. of all the superphosphates
of the world are made from rock phosphates. Florida
ships a million tons of phosphate rock annually. Prob-
ably, also, most of them are sold as "Dissolved Bone" or
"Dissolved Bone Black," which is generally "Dissolved
Rock" with a little carbon, coal or lamp black added to
give it color.
Most of the bone used for fertilizers, of which there is
comparatively a small supply, is used as "raw bone," or
"steamed bone," or bone meal. There is evidence that
considerable "Steamed Bone" is largely adulterated with
rock phosphate. Bone contains a certain amount of am
monia, though thousands of tons of "Bone and Potash"
are sold which contain no ammonia-showing that no
bones were used in its composition.
While dealers and manufacturers charge from six to
ten dollars more for "Dissolved Bone," than for "Acid
Phosphate," the facts are bones are seldom used in the
manufacture of the superphosphate.
This prejudice is widespread and is used by manufac-
turers and dealers to unfairly charge a greater price for
goods than the same goods can be had for when called bv
a different name.
Excepting the ammonia content, which is the most
valuable ingredient of any fertilizer, there is no difference
in the value per unit of phosphoric acid made from bones
or rocks.
If farmers and growers will understand that "Super-
phosphates" made from bones are practically unknown
to the trade; that thousands of tons of "Dissolved Bone"
are made by the various acid phosphate manufacturers
without "Bones," that practically all bones are sold as
"Raw Bone," "Bone Meal" or "Steamed Bone," and that
the phosphoric acid of bones and rock are identical, chem-
ically and agriculturally, this impositon will be checked.
It has been suggested that the term "Dissolved Bone"
or "Dissolved Bone Black." should be allowed only when










bones are actually used in the fertilizer. Unfortunately
there is no means to detect the difference between super-
phosphates made from bone or rock.
Many efforts have been made by agricultural chemists
of this and other countries to distinguish them, so far
without results.
"Dissolved Bone" and "Dissolved Bone Black" have
become trade names, for superphosphates. They are in
most cases, if not in all, simply dissolved phosphate rock,
while in the case of "Dissolved Bone Black" a small
amount of carbon, coal or lamp black is added for color.
From the same lot of superphosphate made by a
factory-where no bones are used-"Acid Phosphate,"
"Dissolved Bone" and "Dissolved Bone Black." (by add-
ing a little carbon) can be sold-the only difference being
in the price to the consumer-as the mixer purchases it
on its "unit basis," and knows full well that no bones are
used in its make-up. While a few tons of bones are
sometimes used for advertisement, and a few tons of
Spent Bone Black from sugar factories are received. 90
per cent. of all the waste bones are sold as raw bone,
and' the Spent Bone Black is generally used locally-by
growers near the factories, or on the sugar fields owned
by the factory.
In this connection I am pleased to again quote from the
report of the Hon. John M. McCandless, State Chemist
of Georgia, as follows:
"It should be borne in mind always that State val-
uations are relative and approximate only, and are
only intended to serve as a guide. It is much to be
desired that farmers should study the analysis giving
the actual percentage of plant food more, and pay no
attention whatever to names and brands. They should
realize, for instance, that in nine cases out of ten,
brands known as 'Pure Dissolved Bone' contain not a
particle of bone, but are made simply out of phos-
phate rock. They are every 'whit and grain' as good
as if they were made from bone, the available phos-









phoric acid from 'rocks' being just as available and
identically the same as the available phosphoric acid
from bone. The proof that such brands are not made
from bone is that they contain no ammonia, and if
they were made from bone the percentage of ammonia
would be stated, and it would be charged for. This
is only one instance of the folly of being influenced
by names and brands-many might be given. Remem-
ber that a multiplicity of brands is also expensive to
the manufacturer, and you have to pay the cost in
the long run. Study the markets, select a time for
purchasing when general trade in fertilizers is dull,
club together with some of your neighbors whose
credit is of the best, or better, who have a little spare
cash, and then order from a reliable manufacturer,
stipulating, if you have a perference, just what ma-
terials the goods shall be made from, and especially
the guaranteed percentage of ammonia, phosphoric
acid and potash. Let the maker call it anything he
pleases. In this way you will be sure to have a first-
class goods bought at the lowest market price."

The generally accepted opinion of agricultural chem-
ists, experimental stations, agricultural colleges, and
practical growers,,is that available phosphoric acid from
any source is equally valuable, hence it is folly to demand
and pay for dissolved bone, or dissolved bone black,
higher prices, particularly when acid phosphate as such
can be purchased for less money.
In the "Cotton Belt" particularly, "Dissolved Bone"
has become a trade name for Acid Phosphate (Super-
phosphate, while "Bone and Potash" is a trade name for
a mixture of Acid Phosphate and Kainit, ammonia is not
expected or desired by the purchaser in either case, while
if bones were used in their manufacture it would be pres-
ent and charged for.
All ammoniated goods used in the Cotton Belt of
Florida, and other cotton States, are known as "Guano,"








while not a pound of guano is used in their manufacture.
Color has no Chemical or Agricultural value in a Fertil-
izer. The carbon (graphite) in "Bone Black" has no
more fertilizing value than charcoal, or lamp black.
Again, "Blood and Bone" has become a trade name for
tankagee," which has but a small proportion of either
blood or bone in its composition, it being simply scraps of
flesh, intestines, and their contents, and other slaughter
house refuse boled and then dried.
Much city garbage is also sold as "Blood and Bone;"
it is simply kitchen waste steamed and dried. This is
naturally of less agricultural value than "Tankage." All
these wastes should certainly be used. but should be sold
only under their own names, and according to analysis.
Manufacturers purchase only on guarantee, and pay
only according to analysis. Consumers should do the
same and give no attention to fancy brands or names.
remembering the only valuable ingredients are the Nitro-
gen (Ammonia), Available Phosphoric Acid. and Potash.
Respectfully submitted.
R. E. ROSE.
State Chemist











REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE TAKING AND
FORWARDING OF FERTILIZER OR COMMERCIAL
FEEDING STUFF SAMPLES TO THE COMMIS-
SIONER OF AGRICULTURE.

SECTION 15 OF THE LAWS.
Special samples of Fertilizers or Commercial Feeding
Stuffs sent in by purchasers, under Section 9 of the laws,
shall be drawn in the presence of two disinterested wit-
nesses, from one or more packages, thoroughly mixed, and
A FAIR SAMPLE OF THE SAME OF NOT LESS THAN EIGHT OUNCES
(ONE-HALF POUND) SHALL BE PLACED IN A CAN OR BOTTLE,
SEALED AND SENT BY A DISINTERESTED PARTY TO THE COMMIS-
SIONER OF AGRICULTURE AT TALLAHASSEE. NOT LESS THAN
EIGHT OUNCES, IN A TIN CAN OR BOTTLE, WILL BE ACCEPTED
FOR ANALYSIS. This rule is adopted to secure fair samples
of sufficient size to make the necessary determinations,
and to allow the preservation of a duplicate sample in case
of protest or appeal. This duplicate sample will be pre-
served for two months from date of certificate of analysis.
The State Chemist is not the proper officer to receive
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 frequently sent in
paper packages or paper boxes, badly packed, and fre-
quently in very small quantity (less than ounce); fre-
quently there are no marks, numbers or other means of
identification; the postmark in some instances being
absent.
I would call the attention of those who desire to avail
themselves of this privilege to Sections 9 and 10 of the law,
which are clear and explicit.
Hereafter strict compliance with above regulations will
be required. The sample must not be less than one-half
pound, in a can or bottle, sealed and\ addressed to the
Commissioner of Agriculture. The sender's name and ad-
dress must also be on the package, this rule applying to
special samples of fertilizers or commercial feeding stuff.
2-Bul











INSTRUCTIONS TO MANUFACTURERS AND
DEALERS.

Each package of Commercial Fertilizer and each pack-
age of Commercial Feeding Stuff must have, securely
attached thereto, a tag with the guaranteed analysis re-
quired by law, and the stamp showing the payment of the
inspector's fee. This provision of the law-Section 3 of
both laws--will be rigidly enforced.
Manufacturers and dealers will be required to properly
tag and stamp each package of Commercial Fertilizer or
Commercial Feeding Stuff under penalty as fixed in Sec-
tion 6 of both laws. Tags shall be attached to the top
end of each bag, or head of each barrel.

INSTRUCTIONS TO PURCHASERS.
Purchasers are cautioned to purchase no Commercial
Fertilizers or Commercial Feeding Stuff that does not bear
on each package an analysis tag with the guarantee re-
quired by law, and the stamp showing the payment of the
inspector's fee. Goods not having the guarantee tag and
stamp are irregular and fraudulent; the absence of the
guarantee and stamp being evidence that the manufacturer
or dealer has not complied with the law. Without the guar-
antee tag and stamp showing what the goods are guaran-
teed to contain, the purchaser has no recourse against the
manufacturer or dealer.. Such goods are sold illegally and
fraudulently, and are generally of little value. All repu-
table manufacturers and dealers now comply strictly with
the law and regulations by placing the guarantee tag and
stamp on each package.

INSTRUCTIONS TO SHERIFFS.
The attention of Sheriffs of the various counties is called
to Section 3 of both laws, defining their duties. This de-
partment expects each Sheriff to assist in maintaining the
law and protecting the citizens of the State from the impo-
sition of fraudulent, inferior or deficient Commercial Fer-
tilizers or Commercial Feeding Stuffs.











MARKET PRICES OF CHEMICALS AND FERTIL-
IZING MATERIALS AT FLORIDA SEA
PORTS, JANUARY, 1909.


Ammoniates.
Nitrate of Soda, 17 per cent.
Ammonia ...............
Sulphate of Ammonia 25 per
cent Ammonia ...........
Dried Blood 17 per cent. Am-
m onia ..................
Dried Blood 15 per cent. Am-
m onia ..................


Less than 5 to 10
5 tons. tons.


10 tons
& over.


$60.00 $59.50 $59.00

74.00 73.50 73.00

60.00 59.50 59.00

54.00 53.50 53.00


POTASH.


High Grade Sulphate Potash
48 per cent. Potash (K0O).
Low Grade Sulphate Potash
26 per cent. Potash (KO).
Muriate of Potash 50 per
cent Potash (KO )......
Carbonate of Potash, 60 per
cent. Potash (K20) (90 per
cent. Carbonate of Potash)
Nitrate Potash, 13 Ams., 42
Potash (K20) ............
Kainit 12 per cent Potash...
Canada Hardwood Ashes 4
per cent. (KO) Potash...


50.00 49.50 49.00

30.00 29.50 29.00

46.00 45.50 44.00


110.00

84.00 83.50 83.00
13.00 12.50 12.00

17.00 16.50 16.00


AMMONIA AND PHOSPHORIC ACID.


High Grade Blood and Bone,
10 per cent. Ammonia.....
Low Grade Blood and Bone,
61 per cent. Ammonia, 8
per cent. Phosphoric Acid.
Raw Bone 4 per cent. Am-
monia, 22 per cent. Phos-
phoric Acid..............


40.00 39.50 39.00


31.00 29.50 29.00


32.00 31.50 31.00











Le
Ammoniates.
Ammonia and Phosphoric Acid.
Ground Castor Pomace, 6
per cent. Ammonia, 2 per
cent Phosphoric Acid.....
Bright Cottonseed Meal, 8
per cent. Ammonia, market
quotations .............
Dark Cotton Seed Meal, 6
per cent. Ammonia, market
quotations ...............


ss than 5to10
tons. tons.


10 tone
& over.


$25.00 $24.50 $24.00


31.00 29.50 29.00


24.00 23.50 23.00


PHOSPHORIC ACID.


High Grade Acid Phosphate,
16 per cent. Available Phos-
phoric Acid ..............
Acid Phosphate 14 per cent.
Available Phosphoric Acid.
Boneblack 17 per cent.
Available Phosphoric Acid
Odorless Phosphate ........


15.00

14.00


14.50

13.50


14.50

13.00


24.00 23.50 23.00
25.00 24.50 24.00


MISCELLANEOUS.


H. G. Ground Tobacco Stems,
3 per cent. Ammonia, 9 per
cent. Potash ............
Pulverized Ground Tobacco
Stems ...................
Tobacco Dust, No. 1, 3 per
cent. Ammonia, 10 per cent.
(K20) Potash ...........
Tobacco Dust, No. 2, 11 per
cent. Ammonia, 1 per
cent Potash ..............
Dark Tobacco Stems, baled..
Land Plaster in sacks......


25.00

16.00


24.50

15.50


24.00

15.00


23.00 22.50 22.00


19.00
15.00
10.50


18.50
14.50
10.25


18.00
14.00
10.00


The charges by reputable manufacturers for mixing and
bagging any special or regular formula are $1.50 per ton
in excess of above prices.











NEW YORK WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT, JAN.
1, 1909-FERTILIZER MATERIALS.

AMMONIATES.


Ammonia, sulphate, foreign, spot per 100 lbs.$
futures ........................
Ammonia, sulphate domestic, spot.........
futures ........................
Fish scrap, dried, 11 p. c. ammonia and 14
p. c. bone phosphate, f. o. b. fish works, per
u n it .................................
wet, acidulated, 6 p. c. ammonia, 3 p. c.
phosphoric acid, f. o. b. fish works....
Ground fish guano, imported, 10 and 11 p. c.
ammonia and 15-17 p. c. bone phosphate, e.
i. f. N. Y., Balto. or Phila..............
Tankage, 11 p. c. and 15 p. c. f. o. b. Chicago.
Tankage, 9 and 20 p. c., f. o. b. Chicago....
Tankage, 6 and 25 p. c., f. o. b. Chicago ... 1
Tankage, concentrated, f. o. b. Chicago, 14 to
15 per cent f. o. b. Chicago ..............
Garbage, tankage .......................
Sheep manure, concentrated, f. o. b. Chicago,
per ton .............................
Hoofmeal, f. o. b. Chicago, per unit........
Dried blood, 12-13 p. c. ammonia, f. o. b. New
Y ork .................. ..............
Dried blood, high grade, f. o. b. Chicago....
Nitrate of soda, 95 p. c. spot, per 100 Ibs....
futures, 95 p. c.................


2.85 @
2.87i@
2.87 @
2.90 @


2.65 &

2.40 &


2.75
2.30
2.20
.5.00


2.87}
2.90
2.90
2.921


10

35


10
10
10


2.25 @ -
6.00 @ 8.00

7.50 @ -
2.30 @ 2.35

2.60 @ 2.65
2.50 @ 255
2.15 @ 2.171
2.15 @ 2.171


PHOSPHATES.

Acid phosphate, per unit ................ 50 @ 55
Bones, raw, per ton ................... 20.00 @21.00
ground, steamed, 3 p. c. ammonia
and 50 p. c. bone phosphate .... 24.00 @ -
unground, steamed .............. 17.50 @18.00












South Carolina phosphate rock, undried, per
2,400 lbs., f. o. b. Ashley River..........
South Carolina phosphate rock, hot air dried,
f. o. b. Ashley River. .................
Florida land pebble phosphate rock, 68 p. c.
f. o. b. Port Tampa, Fla...............
Florida high grade phosphate hard rocks, 77
p. c. f. o. b. Florida or Georgia ports.....
Georgia ports ........................
Tennessee phosphate rock, f. o. b. Mt. Plesant,
domestic, per ton 78 @ 80 p. c...........
75 p. c. guaranteed ............
68@ 72 p. c.....................


5.50 @ 5.75

7.00 @ 7.25

3.25 @ 3.50

9.25 @ 9.75
9.25 @ 9.75

5.00 @ 5.50
4.75 @ 5.00
4.00 @ 4.25


POTASHES.


Muriate potash, basis 80 p. c. per 100 lbs..
Manure salt, 20 p. c. actual potash........
double manure salt, 48 p. c.......
Sulphate potash (basis 90 p. c.)..........
Kainit in bulk, 2,240 lbs................


1.90 @
14.75 @
1.161@
2.18 @
8.50 @










STATE VALUATIONS.

For Available and Insoluble Phosphoric Acid, Ammonia and
Potash for the Season of 1909.

Available Phosphoric Acid..............5 cents a pound
Insoluble Phosphoric Acid............. 1 cent a pound
Ammonia( or its equivalent in nitrogen) 161 cents a pound
Potash (as actual potash. K20)........5j cents a pound

If calculated by units-
Available Phosphoric Acid................$1.00 per unit
Insoluble Phosphoric Acid............... 20 c. per unit
Ammonia (or its equivalent in nitrogen). .$3.30 per unit
Potash ................................ .1.10 per unit

With a uniform allowance of $1.50 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-
lating the value of fertilizer. To illustrate this take for
example, a fertilizer which analyzes 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 cent.x 3.30- 11.28
Potash ...................... 7.23 per cent.x 1.10- 7.95
Mixing and Bagging ..........................- 1.50

Commercial value at sea ports.................. $27.25

Or a fertilizer analyzing as follows:
Available Phosphoric Acid.... 8 per cent.x$1.00-$ 8.00
Ammonia .....................2 per cent.x 3.30- 6.60
Potash .....................2 per cent.x 1.10- 2.20
Mixing and Bagging ..........................- 1.50

Commercial value at sea ports.................. $18.30

The above valuations are for cash for materials deliv-
ered at Florida sea ports, and they can be bought in one
ton lots at these prices at the date of issuing this Bulle-
tin. Where fertilizers are bought at interior points, the
additional freight to that point must be added.










If purchased in carload lots for cash, a reduction of
ten per cent. can be made in above valuations, i. e:

Available Phosphoric Acid............90 cents per unit
Potash (K20) ......................99 cents per unit
Ammonia (or equivalent in nitrogen).$2.97 per unit

The valuations and market prices in succeeding illus-
trations, are based on market prices for one ton lots.

STATE VALUES.

It is not intended by the "State valuation" to fix the
price or commercial value of a given brand. The "State
values" are the market prices for the various approved
chemicals and! materials used in mixing or manufacturing
commercial fertiliers or commercial stock feed at the
date of issuing a bulletin, or the opening of the "season."
They may, but seldom do, vary from the market prices,
and are made liberal to meet any slight advance or
decline.
They are compiled from price lists and commercial
reports by reputable dealers and journals.
The question is frequently asked: "What is 'Smith's
Fruit and Vine' worth per ton ?" Such a question cannot
be answered categorically. By analysis, the ammonia,
available phosphoric acid, and potash may be determined,
and the inquirer informed what the cost of the necessary
material to compound a ton of goods similar to "Smith's
Fruit and Vine" would be, using none but accepted and
well known materials of the best quality.
State values do not consider "trade secrets," loss on
bad bills, cost of advertisements, and expenses of collec-
tions. The "State value" is simply that price at which
the various ingredients necessary to use in compounding
a fertilizer, or feed, can be purchased for cash in ton lots
at Florida sea ports.
These price lists in one, five and ten lots, are published
in this report, with the "State values" for 1908 deducted
therefrom.










25

COMPOSITION OF FERTILIZER MATERIALS.
NITROGENOUS MATERIALS.


POUNDS PER HUNDRED


Ammoni Phosphoric
Ammonia Acid


Potash


Nitrate of Soaa.........
Sulphate of Ammonia ...
Dried Blood...............
Concentrated Tankage....
Bone Tankage ..........
Dried Fish Scrap .......
Cotton Seed Meal.........
Hoof Meal ............


17 to 19 ........... ...........
21 to 24 ............ ...........
12 to 17 ............ ...........
12 to 15 1 to 2 ...........
6 to 9 10 to 1 ....... ..
8 to 11 6 to ...........
7 to 10 2 to 3 li to 2
13 to 17 1j to 2 ............


PHOSPHATE MATERIALS.
POUNDS PER HUNDRED

Available Insoluble
Ammonia Phos. Acid Phos)horic
Acid
Florida Pebble Phosphate. ............ ............ 26 to 32
Florida Rock Phosphate.. ....................... 33 to 35
Florida Super Phosphate.. .............. 14 to 19 1 to 35
Ground Bone ............ 3 to 6 5 to 8 15 to 17
Steamed Bone .......... 3 to 4 6 to 9 10 to 20
Dissolved Bone ......... 2 to 4 13 to 15 2 to 3
POTASH MATERIALS AND FARM MANURES.

POUNDS PER HUNDRED

Actual a Phosphoric
Potash Ammonia A ci Lime

M uriaLe of Potash....... 50 ............ .........
Sulphate of Potash...... 48 to 52 ...........................
Carbonate of Potash .... 55 to 30 ........ ................
Nitrate of Potash......40 to 44 12 to 16 ......... .........
Double Sul. of Pot. & Mag 26 to 30.........................
Kainit ................. 12 to 12 ......... .................
Sylvinit ............... 16 to 20 .............
Cotton Seed Hull Ashes.. 15 to 30 ......... 7 to 9 10
Wood Ashes, unleached.. 2 to 8 ......... 1 to 2 .........
Wood Ashes. leached.... 1 to 2 ......... 1 to 1I 35 to 40
Tobacco Stems... ..... 5 to 8 2 to 4 ......... 3}
Cow Manure (fresh).... 0.40 0 to 41 0.16 0.31
Horse Manure (fresh).. 0.53 to 60 0.28 '0.31
Sheep Manure (fresh).. 0.67 1.00 0.23 0.33
Hog Manure (fresh).... 0.60 0.55 0.19 0.08
Hen Dung (fresh)...... 0.85 2.07 1.E4 0.24
Mixed Stable Manure.... 0.63 0.76 0.26 0.70










FACTORS FOR CONVERSION.

To convert-
Ammonia into nitrogen, multiply by............ 0.824
Ammonia into protein by...................... 5.15
Nitrogen into ammonia, multiply by............ 1.214
Nitrate of soda into nitrogen, multiply by........ 16.47
Nitrogen into protein, by ...................... 6.25
Bone phosphate into phosphoric acid, multiply by 0.458
Phosphoric acid into bone phosphate, multiply by 2.184
Muriate of potash into actual potash, multiply by 0i.632
Actual potash into muriate of potash, multiply by 1.583
Sulphate of potash into actual potash, multiply by 0.541
Actual potash into sulphate of potash, multiply by 1.85
Nitrate of potash into nitrogen, multiply by.... 0.139
Carbonate of potash into actual potash, multiply by 0.681
Actual potash into carbonate of potash, multiply by 1.466
Chlorine, in "kainit," multiply potash (K20) by 2.33

For instance, you buy 95 per cent. of nitrate of soda
and want o know how much nitrogen is in it, multiply 95
per cent. by 16.47 you will get 15.65 per cent. nitrogen;
you want to know how much ammonia this nitrogen is
equivalent to, then multiply 15.65 per cent. by 1.214 and
you get 18.99 per cent., the equivalent in ammonia.
Or to convert 90 per cent. carbonate of potash into
actual potash (K20), multiply 90 by 0.681. equals 61.29
per cent. actual potash (K20).



COPIES OF THE FERTILIZER AND STOCKFEED
LAWS.

Citizens interested in the fertilizer and stock feed laws
of the State, and desiring to avail themselves of their
protection, can obtain copies free of charge by sending for
same to the Commissioner of Agriculture.

COPIES OF THE PURE FOOD AND DRUG LAW.

Copies of the Pure Food and Drug Law, rules and
regulations, standards, blanks, etc., can be obtained from
the Commissioner of Agriculture.











SPECIAL SAMPLES.

It is shown by the number of "Special Samples" (those
sent in direct by the purchaser of fetilizers or feeds) that
the law is becoming more generally understood by the
farmer, fruit and vegetable grower. Purchasers who have
any reason to doubt the correctness of the guarantee on
the goods furnished them, should not hesitate to send in
samples for an analysis.
This right to have a sample of the goods pur-
chased analyzed by the State Chemist, under Section 9 of
the law-without charge-the inspection fees covering the
cost of analysis, as well as inspection-has doubtless had
a direct influence upon the increased quality of the goods
sold in the State. When properly drawn, sealed, wit-
nessed and transmitted, the "Special Sample" has proved
a safeguard to the consumer, legitimate dealer, and manu-
facturer, and a check upon the careless, ignorant, or
fraudulent vendor or manufacturer.
It furnishes the consumer with the same protection
demanded by the manufacturer, who buys his materials
only upon the guarantee, and pays for them according to
analysis.
By far the largest amount of commercial fertilizers used
in Florida are manufactured or mixed by factories in
the State. Large amounts of fertilizing materials are
imported direct by factories and dealers located at our
sea port cities; cargoes of potash salts direct from Ger-
many are now frequently received by Florida importers,
while large amounts of acid phosphate are manufactured
at and exported from the various Gulf and Atlantic ports.
Florida consumers may now purchase their fertilizers
and chemicals at Florida seaports as cheaply as at any of
the seaports of the country.
Tables of the average composition of feeds and ferti-
lizer materials will be found in this bulletin. The con-
sumer should consult them, compare the guarantee tag
therewith, and if doubtful of the truthfulness of the
"guarantee," send a "Special Sample" in a tin can to the
Commissioner of Agriculture for analysis, as directed in
regulations governing the taking and sending of special
samples-on another page.









28

AVERAGE COMPOSITION OF COMMERCIAL
FEEDSTUFFS.


NAME OF FEED "



Bright Cott'n Seed Meal 9.353 39.7,' 28.58; 7. 5.S4

Dark Cotton Seed Meal 20.03 22.S9 37.14 5.48 4.!i!

Linseed Meal ....... 8.76 34.701 35.91 5.34 ".12

W heat Bran ......... 8.121 15.49 55.15' 3.Sii 3.!

Middlings ............ 5.17 16.S21 58.74 4.17 4.5

Mixed Feed (wheat).. 7.80 16.86 54.44 4.7!' 5."

Corn Meal ........... 1.64 8.73! 71.32 2.14 1.2i

Corn (grain) ....... 2.101 10.30 69.60 5.411 1.51

Corn Cobs ...........' 30.101 2.40 54.90' 0.50 1.40

Corn and Cob Meal.... G.60 8.50 64.80 3.50 1.5''

Corn & Oats, eq'l pts. 5.80 9.60' 0.10 4.40 2.20

W heat .............. 1.80 11.90 71.99 2.1' 1.So

Oats ................ 9.50 11.80 59.70 5.0 3..9

Soja Beans ........ 4. 80 34.00' 28.00 1 .51: 5.4i

Velvet Beans & Hulls. 9.20' 19.70 51.30' 4.50 3.30

Rice Hulls .......... 35.70 3.60 38.60 0.70 13.2'

Gluten Meal ......... 1.25 37.0(; 46.52 3.27 0.6S

Gluten Feed ......... 7.31 24.17 54.30' 3.44 1.80










AVERAGE COMPOSITION OF COMMERCIAL FEED-
STUFFS- (Continued.)



NAME OF FEED. o 4

a j F

Hominy Feed ........ 4.05 10.49 65.27 7.85 2.54

Rye Products (bran). 4.53 15.57 61.28 3.02 3.80
Barley Sprouts ...... 10.94 27.20 42.66 1.56 6.34
Distillers' Grains ..... 12.90 32.23 33.34, 12.09 1.86
Oat Feed ............ 20.57 7.91 54.58 3.26 5.34

Provender ............ 3.911 10.62 67.34 4.03 1.83
Ship Stuff ........... 5.63 14.61 59.80 4.97 3.71
Victor Feed .......... 11.50 8.29 64.05 2.601 3.44
XXX Corn & Oat Feeds 9.94 9.66 64.661 5.09 3.24
Corn & Oats Feeds.... 12.091 8.73[ 61.731 3.731 3.22

Proprietary Horse F'ds 9.57 12.48 60.541 4.271 2.83
Molasses Feeds ....... 8.49 16.34 51.721 1.79 6.18
Poultry Feeds ........ 4.622 15.89 60.271 5.32 27.63
Beef Scrap ................44.70 3.28 14.75 2920
Quaker Dairy Feed .... 15.53 14.42 52.12 4.05 5.31
Creamery Feed ....... 10.07 20.061 51.00 5.38 3.57

Purina Feed ......... 8.691 13.211 59.361 3.611 3.60
I 1 1










COMMERCIAL STATE VALUES OF FEEDSTUFFS
FOR 1909.

For the season of 1908, the following "State values"
are fixed as a guide to purchasers.
These values are based on the current price of corn,
which has been chosen as a standard in fixing the com-
mercial values; the price of corn ,to a large extent, gov-
erning the price of other feeds, pork, beef, etc.:

COMMERCIAL STATE VALUES OF FEEDSTUFFS FOR 1909.

Protein, 31 cents per pound.......... 65 cents per unit
Starch and Sugar, 1 cents per pound..30 cents per unir
Fats, 34 cents per pound............... 65 cents per unit
A unit being 20 pounds (1 per cent) of a ton.
Indian corn being the standard @ $30.00 per ton.
To find the commercial State value, multiply the per-
centages by the price per unit.

EXAMPLE NO. 1
HOMINY FEED-
Protein ........................ 10.49 x 65c, $ 6.81
Starch and Sugar ................65.27 x 30c, 19.58
Fats ............................ 7.85 x 65c, 5.10

State value per ton....................... 31.49

EXAMPLE NO. 2.

CORN AND OAT FEED-
Protein ......................... 9.66 x 65c, $ 6.27
Starch and Sugar................. 62.46 x 30c, 18.73
Fats ............ ....... ......... 5.09 x 65c 3.30

State value per ton ......................... $28.30











FORMULAS FOR VEGETABLES.

As vegetable growing for the early markets is one of
the most important'industries of the State, a few accepted
formulas have been selected from those recommended by
various Experiment Stations, and from the experience of
practical growers and manufacturers of standard commer-
cial fertilizers. It is conceded that ammonia (or nitro-
gen) is required in'relatively large quantities for succulent
crops, such as cabbage, celery, cucumbers, string beans,
and for young fruit trees to induce growth.
That phosphoric acid is required for fiber production,
and to mature the woody parts of plants.
That potash is demanded by starch and sugar producing
plants, potatoes, beets, sugar cane, peaches, oranges, pine-
apples, etc., to mature their sugars and starches. The
predominant element required for different classes of vege-
tables or plants,, is, other things being equal:
For foliage crops, cabbage, lettuce, spinach, etc., am-
monia. For woody plants and for fiber, phosphoric acid.
For fruits, sugar and starch productions, potash.

For Celery-7 per cent. Ammonia, 5 per Oent. Avail-
able Phosphoric Acid, 8 per cent. Potash.
1 300 lbs Nitrate of Soda....
800 lbs Fish Scrap ........ 6.9 pr. ct. Ammonia
600 lbs Acid Phos., 13 pr. ct. yields 5.5 pr. ct. Avail. phos. acid
300 lbs Muriate potash..... 7.8 pr. ct. Potash
2,000 lbs.
2 250 lbs Nitrate of Soda....
600 lbs Dried Blood ...... 17.2 pr ct. Ammonia
850 lbs Acid Phos., 13 pr. ct. yields 5.5 pr. ct. Avail. phos. acid
300 lbs Muriate Potash .... 7.8 pr. ct. Potash
2,000 lbs.

For Irish Potatoes-6 Per cent. Ammonia, 7 per cent.
Available Phosphoric Acid, 8 per Cent. Potash.
1 300 lbs Nitrate of Soda....
600 lbs Cotton Seed Meal... 15.4pr.ct. Ammonia
800 lbs Acid Phos.......... yields 7.2 pr ct. Avail. phos. acid
300 lbs Muriate Potash .... 8.1 pr. ct. Potash
2,000 lbs.











2 300 lbs Nitrate of Soda....
600 lbs Fish Scrap ........ 5.8 pr. ct. Ammonia
800 lbs Acid Phos., 14 pr. ct. yields 6.8 pr. ct. Avail. Phos. acid
300 lbs Muriate Potash..... 17.8 pr. ct. Potash

2,000 lbs.

3 200 lbs Nitrate of Soda....
900 lbs Fish Scrap ........ 6.4 pr. ct. Ammonia
600 lbs Dissolved bone black yields 6.6 pr. ct. Avail. phos. acid
300 lbs Muriate Potash .... 7.8 pr. ct. Potash

2,000 Ibs.

4 220 lbs Nitrate of Soda....
500 lbs Dried Blood ....... 16.1 pr. ct. Ammonia
970 lbs Acid phos., 13 pr. ct yields|6.8 pr. ct. Avail. phos. acid
300 lbs Muriate Potash .... 8.0 pr. ct. Potash

2,000 lbs.

5 300 lbs Nitrate of Soda....
600 lbs Cotton Seed Meal... 5.4 pr. ct. Ammonia
800 lbs Acid Phos., 13 pr. ct. yields 6.0 pr. ct. Avail. phos. acid
300 Ibs Muriate Potash..... 8.3 pr. ct. Potash

2,000 lbs.

For Radishes and Turnips-5 per cent. Ammonia, 7 per
cent. Available Phosphoric Acid, 8 per cent. Potash.

1 250 Ibs Nitrate of Soda ....
550 lbs Cotton Seed Meal... 14.6 pr. ct. Ammonia ..
900 Ibs Acid Phos., 13 pr. ci. yields|6.5 pr. ct. Avail. phos. acid
300 lbs Muriate Potash .... 18.3 pr. ct. Potash

2,000 lbs.

For Asparagus-5 per cent. Ammonia, 7 per cent. Avail-
able Phosphoric Acid. 8 per cent. Potash.

1 200 lbs Nitrate of Soda.....
700 lbs Cotton Seed Feal.... 14.9 pr. ct Ammonia
800 lbs Acid Phos., 13 pr. ct.)yieldsl6.1 pr. ct. Avail. phos. acid
300 lbs Muriate Potash.... !8.4 pr. ct.Potash

2,000 lbs.
2 300 Ibs Nitrate of Soda....
600 Ibs Tankage ............ 15.5 pr. ct. Ammonia
800 lbs Acid Phos., 13 pr. ct.lyields!6.4 pr. ct. Avail. phot. acid[
300 lbs Sulph Potash, H. G... 17.S pr. ct. Potash

2,000 lbs.










For Onions-5 per cent. A ammonia, 5 per cent. Available
Phosphoric Acid, 8 per cent. Potash.

1 200 lbs Nitrate of Soda.....
750 lbs Cotton Seed Meal... 15.1pr. ct. Ammonia
750 lbs Acid Phos., 11 pr. ct. yields 5.1 pr. ct. Avail. phos. acid
300 lbs Muriate Potash .... [8.5 pr. ct. Potash

2,000 lbs.

For Sweet Potatoes-3 per oent. Ammonia, 7 per cent.
Available Phosphoric Acid, 8 per cent. Potash.

1 100 lbs Nitrate of Soda.....
400 lbs Fish Scrap ........... 3.5 pr. ct. Ammonia
1,180 lbs Acid Phos., 11 pr. ct. yields 7.8 pr. ct. Avail. phos. acid
320 lbs Muriate Potash .... 18.3 pr. ct. Potash

2,000 lbs.

2 100 lbs Nitrate Soda.......
500 lbs Cotton Seed Meal...
1,100 lbs Acid Phos., 13 per ct. 3.5 pr. ct. Ammonia
300 lbs Muriate Potash..... yields 7.8 pr. ct. Avail.Phos.Acid.
8.3 pr. ct. Potash
2,000 lbs

For Beans and Peas-3 per cent. Amnmonia, 7 per cent.
Available Phosphoric Acid,7 per cent. Potash.

1 100 Ibs Nitrate of Soda.....
450 lbs Cotton Seed Meal...
1,200 lbs Acid Phos., 11 pr. ct. 2.9 pr. ct. Ammonia
250 lbs. Sulph. Potash, H. G.. yields 7.0 pr. ct. Avail. phos. acid
6.9 pr. ct. Potash
2,000 lbs.

Note.-In the preceding formulas, H. G. Sulphate may be sub-
stituted for Muriate of Potash wherever it occurs.
Muriate is ordinarily used by vegetable growers, though the
sulphate is preferred by many. H. G. Sulphate, 48 per cent. pot-
ash, is now quoted at $52.00 per ton, or $1.09 per unit of potash.
Muriate, 50 per cent. potash, is quoted at $46.00 er ton, or 92
cents per unit.


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FORMULAS FOR COTTON.

The following formulas for cotton are the result of care-
ful experiments by trained investigators on worn soil. It
was found that cotton required a combination of nitrogen,
phosphoric acid and potash. Phosphoric acid is the domi-
nant element, however, with nitrogen standing next in
importance. The relative proportion of the three impor-
tant elements of plant food is one part nitrogen, two and
a half of phosphoric acid, and three-fourths of potash.
The quantities required by a crop of 300 pounds of lint cot-
ton per acre are nitrogen, 20 pounds, phosphoric acid, 50
pounds, and potash, 15 pounds. The different formulas
given below are so calculated as to contain very nearly
these quantities of the three important elements, and are
so varied as to meet the requirements and conveniences of
almost every farmer. No one formula can be said to have
any special advantage over the other; just use the one
you can get together with the greatest convenience and
least cost to yourself. Each one will analyze about 20
pounds of nitrogen, 50 pounds of phosphoric acid, and 15
pounds of potash in the whole formula. Fertilizers may
be applied either in drill or broadcast where used liberally,
but if used sparingly, drilling is considered preferable:

Muriate of Potash ........................... 30 lbs.
Acid Phosphate ............................. 334 lbs.
Nitrate of Soda ............................. 125 lbs.

Muriate of Potash ............................ 0 lbs.
Acid Phosphate ............................ 281 lbs.
Cotton Seed Meal ............. .......... 285 lbs.

Cotton Seed Hull Ashes ...................... 45 lbs.
Acid Phosphate ............... .............. 261 lbs.
Cotton Seed Meal ............................ 286 lbs.

Wood 'Ashes (unleached) .................... 164 Ibs.
Acid Phosphate................ ............. 261 lbs.
Cotton Seed Meal ............................ 286 lbs









Muriate of Potash ............................ 3(1 lbs.
Acid Phosphate ........................... .. 334 lbs.
D ried Blood ................................ 167 lbs.

Muriate of Potash ........................... 10 lbs.
Acid Phosphate, with Potash 2 per cent. (K20) .. 312 lbs.
Cotton Seed Meal .......................... 286 lbs.

K ainit ...................................... 58 lbs.
Acid Phosphate .............................. 300 lbs.
Nitrate of Soda .............................. 70 lbs.
Stable Manure ............................. 2000 lbs.

Muriate of Potash ........................... 20 lbs.
Acid Phosphate ............................. 300 lbs.
Nitrate of Soda .............................. 64 lbs.
Cotton Seed ................ ............... 132 lbs.

If you want to buy the goods already made, write to the
manager of fertilizer factory nearest you and ask for a
goods to analyze as follows:
Per Cent.
Available Phosphoric Acid .................... 7.00
Am m onia ................. .................. 3.00
Potash ...................................... 2.50
Use 400 pounds per acre.

If you prefer to make the goods yourself, buy 14 per
cent. acid phosphate, kainit and cotton seed meal, and
make up this mixture for each acre you intend to plant:

Pounds.
Acid Phosphate ............................. 200
Cotton Seed Meal .... ....................... 145
Kainit .................. .................... 85

If you want to plant ten acres then buy ten times those
quantities, and mix together. The mixture will analyze
about as above, 7 per cent. available phosphoric acid, 3 per
cent. ammonia and 24 per cent. potash.









INSECTICIDES-FUNGICIDES.

Florida growers interested in spraying and other means
of checking insect pests, should write the director of the
Florida Experiment Station, at Gainesville, for "Farmers'
Institute Bulletin" No. 1; also, for Bulletins Nos. 29, 34,
40, 42, and 46. The following "Farmers' Bulletins" issued
by the U. S. Agricultural Department at Washington, D.
C., are also valuable for those interested in Insecticides
and Fungicides: Nos. 38, 47, 70, 80, 91, 130, 145, 146, and
115. They are sent free on application to the Secretary
of Agriculture, Washington, D. C.
As the number of formulas published is very great, fre-
quently practical duplicates of each other, a few prepared
recipes are appended sufficient to meet all practical needs
and not confuse by a number of similar formulas.
For fungus diseases, etc., the use of "Bordeaux Mixture"
is now practically universal. For insects, mites, scales,
etc., Paris Green (wet and dry), kerosene emulsion, resin
mixtures, and sulphur are now the most commonly used;
probably more depends on the method, time and thor-
oughness of the application, than on the efficacy of the
material used. If the application is not prompt and thor-
ough, it will certainly be of little, if any value.
A few receipts are appended of simple mixtures easily
prepared, and of acknowledged worth. As a general in-
secticide probably nothing is more universally satisfac-
tory than a solution of soap-soap suds practically if made
.of the common yellow resin soap. "Resin Wash," "Resin,
Lime Mixture," etc., are simply soaps.
A soap solution, one pound of soap to three gallons of
water, will be found a generally satisfactory insecticide,
if thoroughly applied, at proper intervals. The addition
of a small quantity of Paris Green, or a mixture of soap
solution and sulphur wash, is excellent for scales, mites,
and white fly.
The various "Whale Oil" and other "Fish Oil" soaps,
potash soaps, etc., have no intrinsic value over other soaps.
Equally as good results may be had with any common
laundry soap, if properly and persistently applied.











FUNGICIDES.

BORDEAUX MIXTURE.

4 pounds copper sulphate (blue vitriol).
4 pounds lime unslakedd,).
Dissolve the copper in hot or cold water, using a wooden
or earthen vessel. Slack the lime in a tub, adding the
water cautiously and only in sufficient amount to insure
thorough slaking. After thorough slaking more water can
be added and stirred in until it has the consistency of
thick cream. When both are cold, pour the lime into the
diluted copper solution of required strength, straining it
through a fine mesh sieve or gunny cloth and thoroughly
mix. The standard mixtures are:
(a) 25 gallons (full strength solution, or 4-4-25
formula.)
(b) 50 gallons (half strength mixture, or 4-4-50
formula.)
It is then ready for use. Considerable trouble has
frequently been experienced in preparing the Bordeaux
Mixture. Care should be taken that the lime is of good
quality and well burned and has not been air slaked.
Where small amounts of lime are slaked it is advisable to
use hot water. Lime slakes best when supplied with just
enough water to develop a large amount of heat which
renders the process active. If the amount of lime is insuffi-
cient, there is danger of burning tender foliage. In order
to obviate this, the mixture can be tested with a knife
blade or with ferro-cyanide of potassium (1 oz. to 5 or 6
oz. of water). If the amount of lime is insufficient, copper
will be deposited on the knife blade, while a deep brownish
red color will be imparted to the mixture when ferro-
cyanide of potassium is added. Lime should be added
until neither reaction occurs. A slight excess of lime,
however, is desirable.
The Bordeaux Mixture is best when first prepared.
Stock solutions of lime and copper can be made, and
mixed when required.











2. The following, known as the 6-4-50 formula, is in
very general use:

6 pounds copper sulphate.
4 pounds lime.
50 gallons water.

3. BORDEAUX MIXTURE FOR PEACH FOLIAGE.

The Bordeaux Mixture as ordinarily applied frequently
injures to some extent the foliage of the peach, etc., caus-
ing a short hole effect on the leaves. This injurious effect
has been shown to be largely obviated by the use of the
following:
3 pounds copper sulphate.
6 pounds lime.
50 gallons water.

This is known as the 3-6-50 formula. Some experi-
menters have also recommended the following for peach
foliage:

(a) 2-2-50 formula (Cornell Ag. Exp. Sta. Bul. 180.)

(b) 3-9-50 formula.

The latter contains three times as much lime as copper
sulphate.

4. BORDEAUX RESIN MIXTURE.

5 pounds resin.
1 pint fish oil.
1 pound caustic potash, or soda.
5 gallons water.

To make resin solution, place resin and oil in a kettle
and heat until resin is dissolved. Cool slightly and then
add lye slowly and stir. Again place the kettle over the
fire, add the required amount of water and allow the











whole to boil until it will mix with cold water, forming
an amber-colored solution. Take 2 gallons of the resin
solution and add to it 10 gallons of water. Mix this with
40 gallons of Bordeaux Mixture.

5. IRON SULPHATE AND SULPHURIC ACID.

Water (hot) 100 parts.
Iron sulphate, as much as will dissolve.
Sulphuric acid, 1 part.

Prepare solution before using. Add the acid to the
crystals and then pour on the water. Valuable for treat-
ment of dormant grape vines affected with Anthracnose,
application being made with sponge or brush.




INSECTICIDES.

6. PARIS GREEN-DRY.

1 pound Paris Green.
20-50 pounds flour.

Mix thoroughly and apply evenly; preferably when dew
is on plants.

7. PARIS GREEN-WET.

Pound Paris Green.
I pound quick lime.
200 gallons water.

Slake the lime in part of the water, sprinkling in the
Paris Green gradually, then all the rest of the water.
For the peach and other tender leaved plants, use 300
gallons of water. Keep well stirred while spraying.












8. KEROSENE EMULSION.

pound hard soap, shaved fine.
1 gallon water.
2 gallons kerosene.

Dissolve the soap in the water, which should be boiling;
remove from the fire and pour it into the kerosene while
hot. Churn this with a spray pump till it changes to a
creamy, then to a soft butter-like mass. Keep this as a
stock, using one part in nine of water, for soft bodied
insects such as plant lice, or stronger in certain cases.

9. MECHANICAL EMULSION.

A substitute for the last. Made entirely by the pump,
which draws water and kerosene from separate tanks and
mixes them in the desired proportion by a mechanical
device. Several pumps for this purpose are now on the
market.

10. RESIN-LYE MIXTURE (SOAP.)

5 pounds pulverized resin.
1 pound concentrated lye (caustic soda.)
1 pint fish or other animal oil.
5 gallons water.

Place the oil, resin and 1 gallon of hot water, in an iron
kettle and heat till the resin softens, then add the lye and
stir thoroughly; now add 4 gallons of hot water and boil
till a little will mix with cold water and give a clear,
amber-colored liquid; add water to make up 5 gallons.
Keep this as a stock solution. For use, take 1 gallon stock
solution, 16 gallons water, 3 gallons milk of lime, I pound
Paris Green.
The object of this preparation is to obtain an adhesive
material which will cause the poison to adhere to smooth
leaves. It has been highly recommended by the New York
State (Geneva) Experiment Station.












11. LIME, SALT AND SULPHUR.

(Oregon Formula.)

50 pounds unslaked lime.
50 pounds of flowers of sulphur.
50 pounds of common salt.

Slake the lime in enough water to do it thoroughly; add
the sulphur and boil for an hour at least, adding water if
necessary. Then add the salt and boil 15 minutes more;
add water to make 150 gallons and scrape hot through a
coarse nozzle.

12. LIME, SALT AND SULPHUR.

Marlatt's Formula (from Smith.)

30 pounds unslaked lime.
30 pounds sulphur.
15 pounds salt.
60 gallons water.
Boil with steam for four hours and apply hot.


13. ARSENITE OF LIME.

1 pound white arsenic.
2 pounds of fresh burned lime.
1. gallon water.

Boil together for 45 minutes and keep in a tight vessel.
Add one quart of this to a barrel (50 gallons) of water
for use.
This insecticide has been recommended by a number of
Experiment Stations, but has not yet been sufficiently
tested to receive endorsement.











14. ARSENATE OF LEAD.

4 ounces arsenate of soda (50 per cent. strength).
11 ounces acetate of lead.
150 gallons water.

Put the arsenate of soda in 2 quarts of water in a
wooden pail, and the acetate of lead in 4 quarts of water
in another wooden pail. When both are dissolved, mix
with the rest of the water. Warm water in the pails will
hasten the process.

15. BORDEAUX MIXTURE AND PARIS GREEN.

4 ounces Paris Green.
50 gallons Bordeaux Mixture.

16. BORDEAUX MIXTURE AND ARSENATE OF
LEAD.

1 gal. Arsenate of Lead (made by formula No. 14.)
50 gallons Bordeaux Mixture.

17. BORDEAUX MIXTURE AND ARSENITE OF
LIME.

1 qts. Arsenite of Lime (made by formula No. 13.)
50 gallons Bordeaux Mixture.

18. SOAP MIXTURE.

1 bar soap (10-cent size.)
3 gallons water.

Apply warm, as it thickens on cooling.
Recommended for rose mildew, red spider, plant lice,
etc.
Any common laundry soap, particularly the yellow resin
soaps, dissolved; one pound of soap to five or ten gallons
of water, is an efficient application for white fly, red











spider, plant lice, etc. The addition of pound of Paris
Green to each 50 gallons of soap solution adds to its
efficiency.
Equal parts of soap solution and sulphur wash-made
by dissolving 20 pound of sulphur with 10 pounds of
caustic soda-is a most excellent general application.
Sulphur wash is prepared as follows: First mix 20
pounds of flowers of sulphur into a paste with cold water,
then add 10 pounds of pulverized caustic soda (98 per
cent.) The dissolving lye will boil and liquefy the sul-
phur. The water must be added from time to time to pre-
vent burning, until a concentrated solution of 20 gallons
is obtained. Two gallons of this is sufficient for 50 gallons
of spray, giving a strength of 2 pounds of sulphur and
one of lye to 50 gallons of water. An even stronger appli-
cation can be made without danger to the foliage. This
mixture can also be used in combination with other in-
secticides.
The chemical combination of sulphur and lime known
as bisulphide of lime is perhaps a better liquid sulphur
solution than the last remedy as a remedy for mites. It
may be very cheaply prepared by boiling together for an
hour or more, in a small quantity of water, equal parts of
flowers of sulphur and stone lime. A convenient quantity
is prepared by taking 5 pounds of sulphur and 5 pounds
of lime and boiling in 3 or 4 gallons of water until the
ingredients combine, forming a brownish liquid. This
may be diluted to make 100 gallons of spray.

"WHITE FLY."

Numerous letters are received by the Agricultural De-
partment asking for recipes and directions for destroying
white fly.
It is evident from the widely distributed addresses of
these inquiries that this pest has become widely scattered
over the State, and that in a few years, if means are not
provided, it will generally infect all the groves of the











State. The white fly can be found in different localities,
from Tallahassee to Fort Myers.
That it can be eradicated from infected groves admits
no doubt, as it certainly has been so eradicated, for a
time at least; that it may reappear is probably certain.
and most likely it will require constant vigilance to keep
it within bounds.
The use of Resin Wash No. 4 is the most common
remedy, if used as a spray. At the time the young are
crawling it is effective. Good results have also been had
by using a solution of common laundry soap-resin soap-
while equally good results have been had from the use of
soap powders-"Pearline" and "Gold Dust." It is evident
that in each and all of these applications, the virtue is
not in a particular kind of soap, but the fact that the soap
fills the breathing pores and thus suffocates the insect.
The same results occur in the use of Kerosene Emulsion.
A mixture of soap solution, or resin wash with sulphur
wash, as described in No. 18, will be found effective, if
applied at proper times-in the winter when the young
are dormant-in spring and summer when the young are
crawling.
The work must be thoroughly done; one good spraying
is better than two poorly applied ones. This matter is a
serious one, affecting as it does one of the principal indus-
tries of the State. It demands joint action of all neigh-
borhoods now affected, and should receive the careful
attention of the various counties, and the State Legisla-
ture, with a view of some general effort being had looking
to the proper control of the pest.
All orange growers interested in ridding themselves of
the "fly" or keeping their groves uninfected, should send
to the State Experiment Station at Lake City, for Bulle-
tin No. 67, "White Fly," by Prof. H. A. Gossard, in which
the subject is exhaustively treated.
For White Fly there is probably no better spray than
a solution of common laundry soap-the cheapest yellow
resin soap preferably-using a pound bar to about three
gallons of water. The writer has found it equally as







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effective as the "Resin Wash" (which is simply a soap
solution) or the more costly "whale oil soaps." The appli--
cation should be made while the young are crawling, and
followed by another spraying within a few weeks. The
pest must be destroyed while in the crawling stage-at
which time the damage is done. The adult fles cannot
be destroyed; the young can be. A strong solution of
common resin soap is as effectual for this purpose as any
known spray-and is harmless to the trees, or foliage.
The secret (if there be any) is persistent fighting-fre-
quent sprays, thoroughly and effectually applied.
A recent bulletin "Fumigation for the Citrus White
Fly," by A. W. Morrill, Ph. D., Bulletin No. 76, Bureau
of Entomology, Agricultural Department, Washington,
D. C., gives full directions for treating the trees with
Hydrocyanic-acid gas to destroy the fly. This bulletin
should be procured by all parties interested in the problem.












BUREAU OF FERTILIZERS.
R. E. ROSE, State Chemist. L. HEIMBURGER, Assistant Chemist.
Analyses of Special Samples under Sec. 9, Act approved May 22, 1901.
(Samples taken by purchaser.)


NAME, OR BAND.




Fertilizer ...................
Fertilizer No. 1...............
Fertilizer No. 2 ..............
Cotton Seed Meal .............
Acid Phosphate ..............
Orange Tree Special No. 1 ....
Cotton Seed Meal ...........
Fertilizer No. 3 .............
Premium Guano ............
L. G. Sulph. Potash ..........
"Unidentified" (impure Muriate
Potash) ....................
Cotton Seed Meal ............
Fertilizer No. 1 ..............
Fertilizer No. 2 ..............
Fertilizer No. 3 ..............
Cotton Seed Meal ............
Dried Blood .................


I-




8.36
7.23
7.55

14.45


12.83
21.16




9.5(
9.94
8.


Phosphoric A


.0
- 0
0 0
*S


8.26
5.86
6.00


8.09

6.78
10.81




6.14
5.24
4.96


.16
1.72
2.05

2.25
1.07

1.07
5.32 1l




2.12
2.22
1.74


cid.


SS BY WHOM SENT.
0



8.42 2.66 14.59 J. W. Perkins, De Land, Fla.
7.58 3.15 10.18 J. R. Galloway, Okahumpka, Fla.
8.05 4.45 5.95 J. R. Galloway, Okahumpka, Fla.
.... 4.21 .... John High, Bakers Hill, Fla.
2.00. .... .... F. B. Carpenter, Richmond, Va.
9.16 3.12 10.49 IW. G. Norsworth, McIntosh, Fla.
.... 6.79 .... Robert Carlton, Nocatee, Fla.
7.85 3.08 9.45 1-. A Perry. Pomona, Fla.
6.13 3.77 2.77 L. W. Tilden, Oakland, Fla.
.... .... 29.92 L. W. Tilden, Oakland, Fla.

.... 0.73 43.68 L. W. Tilden, Oakland, Fla.
.... 7.53 .... C. B. Gwynn, Tallahassee, Fla.
8.26 3.55 9.37 T. J. Peters, Perrlne, Fla.
7.46 3.70 7.77 T. .. Peters, Perrine, Fla.
6.70 4.2:3 8.67 T J. Petcrs, Perrlne, Fla.
.... 6.42 .... Duval Iros.. Tnllahasose, Fla.
.... 15.17 .... IF. L. Ilamer, Anko(na, Fla.


.


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.








Special Mixture No. 2 ....... 1339
Fertilizer ........... 1340
Fertilizer No. 1 .............. 1341
Fertilizer No. 2 .............. 1342
Cotton Seed Meal ............ 1343
Nitrate of Potash ............ 1344
Fertilizer No. 1 .............. 1345
Fertilizer No. 2 .............. 1346
Ground Tobacco Stems ....... 1347
Cotton Seed Meal ............ 1348
Fertilizer .................... 1349
Fertilizer No. 1 .............. 1350
Fertilizer No. 2 .............. 1351
Cotton Seed Meal ............ 1352
Special Mixture .............. 1353
Special Mixture .............. 1354
Cotton Seed Meal .......... 1355
Fertilizer .................... 1356
Cotton Seed Meal ............ 1357
Fertilizer ................. 1358
Fertilizer (Potash Mixture) ... 1359
Cocoanut Meal (Special Feed-
ing Stuff No. 64) ........... 1360
Kainit .. ..................... 1361
Fertilizer No. 2 .............. 1362
Cotton Seed Meal ............ 1363
Cotton Seed Meal ............ 1364
Cotton Seed Meal No. 1 ....... 1365
Cotton Seed Meal No. 2 .......1366
Cotton Seed Meal, Mo. P. No.
37026 ...................... 1367
Cotton Seed Meal, A.C.L. 22054 1368 I


8.45

14.58

5.47
8.89
9.96


5.70
8.07
8.16


8.59

8. 13

14.92


9.08

10.53


8.76
8.79
6.93
6.60


5.97
6.46


5.27
7.71
9.43

7.01
9.14

6.46

5.85
4.33


8.36
....


1.05
.12
.98
.38


2.05
2.03
S... .

8.72
0.18
0.10

8.41
.26

2.34

1.16
9.52



.17


9.81
8.91
7.91
6.98


8.02
8.49


13.99
7.89
9.53

15.42
9.40

8.80

7.01
13.85

1.04

8.53


... 1


0.70 13.22 IW. G. Norsworth, McIntosh, Fla.
3.94 9.85 J. P. Cowburn, Crescent City, Fla.
5.27 7.85 E. C. Thornhll, Wauchula, Fla.
4.27 9.27 E. C. Thornhil, Wauchula, Fla.
8.53 .... Barlow & Son, Quincy, Fla.
11.86 43.12 E.O.Painter Fertz.Co., Jacksonville,Fla.
4.85 4.73 J. R. Davis, Bartow, Fla.
4.97 4.44 J. R. Davis, Bartow, Fla.
2.74 7.39 John H. Blake, Tampa, Fla.
7.84 .... 0. C. Collins, Tallahassee, Fla.
6.55 7.43 W. H. Platt, Lilly, Fla.
5.22 7.19 W. Cliff,, Crescent City, Fla.
5.79 8.55 W. Cliff,, Crescent City, Fla.
8.26 .... J. E. Hardee Co., Madison, Fla.
0.90 25.72 H. L. Bethel, Tallahassee, Fla.
4.24 9.02 T. W. Hinchcliffe, Crescent City, Fla.
8.25 .... J. W. Knight, Floral City, Fla.
5.33 5.60 James McKay, Boynton, Fla.
8.23 V. C. Brewer, Quincy, Fla.
2.96 4.79 T. F. Adams, Sanford, Fla.
1.56 120.44 lElma Suber, Sawdust, Fla.
I I
.... 2.26 IFla. Refining Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
.... 12.14 1J. B. Albritton, Madison, Fla.
5.66 9.07 IJ. P. Cowburn, Crescent City, Fla.
8.271 .... ICovington & Southerland, Quincy, Fla.
7.98 .... IJ. W. Scott, Quincy, Fla.
7.26 .... IS. M. Tucker, Tallahassee, Fla.
7.40 .... IS. M. Tucker, Tallahassee, Fla.
7.45 .... |John L. McFarlin, Quincy, Fla.
7.35 .... lJohn L. McFarlin, Quincy, Fla.
7.35 .... (John L. McFarlin, Quincy, Fla..


I I












BUREAU OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND.
.a0



Cotton Seed Meal, A.C.L. 26370 1369
Cotton Seed Meal, S.A.L. 25421 1370
Cotton Seed Meal, Ga. 6178.... 1371
Bone Meal .................... 1372
Carbonate of Potash .......... 1373
Cotton Seed Meal ............ 1374
Kainit ....................... 1375
Fertilizer .................... 1376
Fertilizer .................... 1377 1
Fertilizer (Tobacco Mixture).. 1378
Fertilizer ("Majestic")........ 1379
Fertilizer ("Monarch") ....... 1380
Cotton Seed Meal, S.A.L.24176. 1381
Cotton Seed Meal, S.A.L. 18074. 1382
Cotton Seed Meal, A.C.L 21575. 1383
Cotton Seed Meal ............ 1384
Cotton Seed Meal ............ 1385
Cotton Seed Meal (marked "M") 1386
Cotton Seed Meal (marked "T") 1387
Fertilizer-Bird Excrement ... 1388
Fertilizer .................... 1889


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7.13
L2.14

12.65
17.20







14.20
5.51


Phosphoric Acid.


. a)

> '
-< 5 E


16.34



5.95
8.76
6.88
4.23
6.61







5.88


13.12



2.35
1.76
12.31
.60
1.36







.70


29.46



8.30
10.52
19.19
4.83
7.97






3.75
6.58


0
BY WHOM SENT.




.... John L. McFarlin, Quincy, Fla.
.... John L. McFarlin, Quincy, Fla.
.... John L. McFarlin, Quincy, Fla.
.... John L. McFarlin, Quincy, Fla.
66.00 John L. McFarlin, Quincy, Fla.
.... A. J. Key, Quincy, Fla.
12.78 J. W. Carol, New River, Fla.
11.30 Chas. Sellmer, Zellwood, Fla.
3.45 E. L. Murphy, Milton, Fla.
11.16 J. E. Hardee Co., Madison, Fla.
11.60 K. R. Murrell, Sanford, Fla.
3.96 K. R. Murrell, Sanford, Fla.
.... W. T. Doss, Hinson, Fla.
.... W. T. Doss, Hinson, Fla.
.... W. T. Doss, Hinson, Fla.
.... The Lewis Bear Co., Pensacola, Fla.
A. Brown & Son, Ocala, Fla.
.... El Provedo Cigar Co., Tallahassee, Fla.
.... El1 Provedo Cigar Co., Tallahassee, Fla.
1.06 E).. Schafer, Gainesville, Fla.
9.27 BE. V. Lundberg, Crescent City, Fl.








Fertilizer ...............
Muriate of Potash ............
5Fertilizer ...................
-Cotton Seed Meal ...........
Fertilizer No. 1 .............
Fertilizer No. 2 .............
Fertilizer No. 3 .............
Fertilizer ....................
Fertilizer ................. ..
Fertilizer, "Special Mixture A".
Fertilizer, "Special Mixture B".
"Guano" Fertilizer ............
Fertilizer No. 1 ...............
Fertilizer No. 2 ..............
Cotton Seed Meal ............
Cotton Seed Meal ......,......
Special Mixture ..............
Acid Phosphate .............
Kainit .......................
Cotton Seed Meal ............
Potash, Bone Meal Mixture....
Potash, Bone Meal Mixture....
Fertilizer ....................
Fertilizer ....................
Fertilizer ....................
Potash Salts No. 1 ...........
Potash Salts No. 2 ...........
Cotton Seed Meal ............
Acid Phosphate (No. 1) ......
Acid Phosphate (No. 2) ......
Cotton Seed Meal (Bright) ....
Cotton Seed Meal (Dark) .....


1390
1391
1392
1393
1394
1395
1396
1397
1398
1399
1400
1401
1402
1403
1404
1405
1406
1407
1408
1409
1410
1411
1412
1413
1414
1415
1416
1417
1418
1419
1420
14211


10.411 8.141 2.18


7.43
9.51

16.26
4.95
5.64






4.77
9.85
8.00


6.94

5.37
8.00
6.92
3.94
6.04
7.16
7.86
10.26
5.92
6.13

6.51
16.36

4.78
5.47
6.54
7.58
8.66


12.36
14.86


1.96

1.38
2.37
1.98
2.16
.08
2.52
1.30
.89
12.03
11.00

8.51
.31

10.89
12.30
1.49
1.28
2.02


3.18
2.35


10.33

8.89

6.75
10.37
8.90
6.10
6.12
9.68
9.16
11.15
17.95
17.13

15.02
16.67

15.67
17.77
8.03
8.86
10.68


15.54
17.21


3.30 E. L. Murphy, Milton, Fla.
51.10 E. L. Murphy, Milton, Fla.
2.52 J. Z. Rudd, Oclocknee, Fla.
... Chas. W. Avirett, Quincy, Fla.
6.98 N. L. Colson, Belk, Fla.
8.14 N. L. Colson, Belk, Fla.
3.90 N. L. Colson, Belk, Fla.
6.42 Harry Leland, Miami, Fla.
8.53 H. A. Perry, Pomona, Fla.
2.50 S. C. Mayo, Reddick, Fla.
8.74 S. C. Mayo, Reddick, Fla.
2.77 D. R. Moore, Laurel Hill, Fla.
20.48 J. M. Deason, Gretna, Fla.
20.70 J. M. Deason, Gretna, Fla.
.... T. N. Dorsey, Concord, Fla.
.... V. F. Balcom, Tallahassee, Fla.
18.62 V. F. Balcom, Tallahassee, Fla.
.... A. J. White, Oak Hill, Fla.
13.48 M. T. Farwell, Ft. White, Fla.
.... Manning & Tucker, Tallahassee, Fla.
17.96 Manning Tucker, Tallahassee, Fla.
23.00 C. B. Gwynn, Tallahassee, Fla.
S6.18 R. T. Bun, Perrine, FII.
9.11 C. W. Stephens, Tampa, Fla.
2.46 Geo. B. Perkins, Tallahassee, Fla.
47.66 C. Upton, Boynton, Fla.
45.60 C. Upton, Boynton, Fla.
.... Sample & Godfrey, Ft. Pierce, Fla.
G. L. Metts, Milton, Fla.
G. L. Metts, Milton, Fla.
G. L. Metts, Milton, Fla.
... G. L. Metts, Milton, Fla.










BUREAU OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.


Phosphoric Acid.

NAME, OR BRAND. ..


l| Z I s 3'
Cd ^ ^


fertilizer (Complete)........
"Kainit" (not Kainit, but Muri-
ate of Potash) ..............
Fertilizer No. 1 ..............
Fertilizer No. 2 .............
Fertz. No. 3 (Peruvian Guano)
Cotton Seed Meal ...........
Cotton Seed Meal ...........
Ashes .....................
Fertilizer ...................
Fertz. (H. G. Spec. Tob. Mixt.).
Fertz. (H. G. Spec. Tob. Mixt.).
Fertilizer ...................
Fertz. No. 1 (Special Mixture).
Fertz. No. 2 (Barker's Nassau
Guano) ...................
Cotton Seed Meal ...........
H. G. Spec. Tob. Mixture (dam-
nged by rain) ..............
11. (. Spec. Tob. Mixture ......
Cotton Seed Meal ...........


I 1422 112.84 1 9.00


6.30
11.17
7.72



8.32
4.96
4.66
5.19
7.58

9.07


2.28


11.79
1.57
2.52



10.39
11.79
12.58
1.57
.54

1.62


11.28


18.09
12.74
10.24



18.71
16.75
17.24
6.76
8.12

10.69


14.97
14.44


d0


BY WHOM SENT.


2.32 1.96 G. L. Metts, Milton, Fla.

.... 60.60 G. L. Metts, Milton, Fla.
2.09 12.88 Quincy Sumatra Co., Quincy, Fla.
2.76 9.75 Quincy Sumatra Co., Quincy, Fla.
6.85 2.11 Quincy Sumatra Co., Quincy, Fla.
7.64 .... Quincy Sumatra Co., Quincy, Fla.
7.84 .... Howard Gamble, Tallahassee, Fla.
.... 2.91 J. W. Watson, Miami, Fla.
2.07 16.64 Geo. B. Perkins, Tallahassee, Fla.
2.36 18.88 Geo. B. Perkins, Tallahassee. Fla.
2.10 18.88 W. A. Hodges, Tallahassee. Fla.
3.82 7.98 S. P. Shephar, Winter Park, Fla.
.... 5.03 J. M. Barton, Holland, Fla.

1.96 2.42 T. M. Barton, Holland. Fla.
8.26 ..... C. W. Perkins, Tallahassoo, Fla.

1.89 18.88 C. W. Perkins, Tallahassee, Fla.
2.20 20.10 Geo. B. Perkins, Tnllahassee. Fla.
7.84 .... Havana Leaf Tobacco Co., Ilavaina'la.


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Cotton Seed Meal............
Fertilizer ....................
Acid Phosphate .............
Fertilizer No. 1...............
Fertilizer No. 2...........
Fertilizer No. 1..............
Fertilizer No. 2...............
Fertilizer No. 8...............
Cotton Seed Meal ............
Fertilizer ....................
Fertilizer No. 1 ..............
Fertilizer No. 2 ............
Fertilizer No. 3 ..............
Fertilizer No. 4 ............
Fertilizer No. 5 ..............
Fertilizer No. 6 (bone meal)...
Nitrate of Soda ............
Fertilizer No. 3 ............
Cotton Seed Meal ............
Cotton Seed Meal ............
Cotton Seed Meal ............
Kainit No. 1 .................
Acid Phosphate No. 2.........
Fertilizer No. 3 ..............
Fertilizer No. 4 ..............
Cotton Seed Meal ............
Cotton Seed Meal ............
Cotton Seed Meal ............
Cotton Seed Meal ............
Cotton Seed Meal ............
Cotton Seed Meal ............
Cotton Seed Meal ............


15.32
19.64
12.02
14.74
14.33














8.94
10.67
.


7.93
14.41
10.29
8.34
9.18
10.49
9.08

6.27
6.77
7.02
7.11
6.38
6.12
5.04

7.29




17.97
8.40
6.71




| ....


2.16
2.52
2.16
1.87
2.09
1.96
1.27

0.97
0.27
0.28
0.02
0.03
2.26
115.55

0.69




0.35
0.13
0.30

I ....


.... 7.84
10.09 2.18
16.93 ....
12.45 3.46
10.21 2.46
11.27 2.33
12.45 3.62
10.35 2.82
.71
7.27 3.01
7.04 4.11
7.30 5.62
7.13 2.60
6.41 4.28
8.38 5.39
20.59 4.62
.... 17.74
7.98 3.44
7.89
.... 8.40
.... 7.59

18.32
8.53 2.07
7.01 3.01
.... 7.54

7.56

7.59
S 7.71
S7.431


2.56

2.07
2.17
1.07
3.08
3.12

10.30
11.13
9.77
13.15
13.05
7.14


11.50



12.82

3.39
4.46


W. H. Moseley, Quincy, Fla.
A. L. Willson Co., Quincy, Fla.
A. L. Willson Co., Quincy, Fla.
R. E. Whittle, Milton, Fla.
R. E. Whittle, Milton, Fla.
E. L. Murphy, Milton, Fla.
E. L. Murphy, Milton, Fla.
E. L. Murphy, Milton, Fla.
I. S. McDermid, Tallahassee, Fla.
M. C. Hardee, Dania, Fla.
L. R. Woods, Tampa, Fla.
L. R. Woods, Tampa, Fla.
L. R. Woods, Tampa, Fla.
L. R. Woods, Tampa, Fla.
L. R. Woods, Tampa, Fla.
L. R. Woods, Tampa, Fla.
D. W. Brown, Arcadia, Fla.
W. G. Norsworthy, McIntosh, Fla.
Rocky Comfort Tob. Co., Quincy, Fla.
J. S. Howell, Chumuckla, Fla.
H. R. Olmstead, Ft. Pierce, Fla.
F. M. Henderson, Madison, Fla.
F. M. Henderson, Madison, Fla.
F. M. Henderson, Madison, Fla.
F. M. Henderson, Madison, Fla.
J. H. Gray, Concord, Fla.
W. C. Lambert, Quincy, Fla.
1W. T. Owens, Quincy, Fla.
W. C. Owens, Quincy, Fla.
W. H. Dykes, Quincy, Fla.
H. L. Reeves, Hinson, Fla.
L. M. Owens, Quincy, Fla.















NAME, OR BRAND.




Fertilizer ...................
Cotton Seed Meal ............
Fertilizer ...................
Ashes .......................
Fertilizer ....................
Bone Black No. 1 ...........
Bone Black No. 2 ............
Fertilizer ....................
Fertilizer No. 1 ..............
Fertilizer No. 2 .............
Fertilizer No. 3 .............
Fertilizer No. 4 .............
Fertilizer No. 5 ..............
Cotton Seed Meal ............
Cotton Seed Meal ............
Fertilizer No. 1 .............
Fertilizer No. 2 .............
Fertilizer No. 1 .............
Fertilizer No. 2 .............
Fertilizer ....................
Fertilizer ....................


BUREAU OF #ERTILIZERS -Continued.

Phosphoric Acid.


t ; .a B.0


% o E_ 0 S


1472
1473
1474
1475
1476
1477
1478
1479
1480
1481
1482
1483
1484
1485
1486
1487
1488
1489
1490
1491
1492


4.30



6.98
7.32
3.42
4.57


10.02

11.55

4.63
18.13
18.22
10.46
4.89
7.65
7.60
7.53
9.97


1.20
6.25
2.80
1.40
5.00
1.65


1.59 11.61 2.27
7.80
1.43 12.98 1.49

8.94 13.57 5.73
0.05 18.18 ....
0.33 15.55 ....
2.30 12.76 3.64
1.86 6.75 3.49
1.52 9.17 4.00
0.39 7.99 2.69
1.69 9.22 4.05
0.97 10.94 1.86
... ... 7.13
.. .... 7.07
5.20 6.40 2.11
9.75 16.00 1.15
3.80 6.60 3.96
2.00 3.40 3.52
0.40 5.40 1.51
6.95 8.60 1.82


1.24

0.79
3.45
8.74


2.66
10.28
9.69
7.43
5.97
4.85


17.22

3.41
1.71
2.89
14.88


Y WI!OM SENT.


W. C. Owens, Quincy, Fla.
J. L. Owens, Quincy, Fla.
W. C. Lambert, Quincy, Fla.
J. W. Watson, Miami, Fla.
R. J. Knight, Safety Harbor, Fla.
J. H. Blake, Tampa, Fla.
J. H. Blake, Tampa, Fla.
S. J. Stewart & Bro., Milton, Fla.
Joseph Crews, Wauchula, Fla.
Joseph Crews, Wauchula, Fla.
Joseph Crews, Wauchula, Fla.
Joseph Crews, Wauchula, Fla.
Joseph Crews, Wauchula, Fla.
N. W. Nicholson, Pine Barren, Fla.
Sun Tob. Co., Quincy, Fla.
L. B. Edwards, Chattahoocheo, Fla.
L. B. Edwards, Chattahoochee, Fla.
L. L. Payne, Orlando, Fla.
L. L. Payne, Orlando, Fla.
Len Adams, Glendale, Fla.
P. B. Lowell, Quincy, Fla.










Fertilizer .................... 1493
Cotton Seed Meal No. 1 ...... 1494
Cotton Seed Meal No. 2 ...... 1495
Cotton Seed Meal ............ 1496
Fertilizer .................... 1497
Cotton Seed Meal ............ 1498
Fertilizer No. 1 .............. 1499
Fertilizer No. 2 .............. 1500
Fertilizer No. 3 .............. 1501
Acid Phosphate .............. 1502
Tobacco Stems No. 1 ......... 1503
Tobacco Stems No. 2 ......... 1504
Cotton Seed Meal ............ 1505
Fertilizer .................... 1506
Cotton Seed Meal ............ 1507
Potash Mixture .............. 1508
Fertilizer .................... 1509
Acid Phosphate .............. 1510
Fertilizer .................... 1511
Fertilizer .................... 1512
Acid Phosphate .............. 1513
Fertilizer .................... 1514
Fertihzer .................... 1515
Cotton Seed Meal ............ 1516
Fertilizer .................... 1517
Cotton Seed Meal ............ 1518
Acid Phosphate .............. 1519
Fertilizer .................... 1520
Fertilizer .................... 1521
Cotton Seed Meal ............ 1522
Fertilizer B .................. 1523
Hard Wood Ashes ........... 1524


11.15
14.58
14.85






14.38
13.07

1 .t.90







12.95
11.48

7.96


7.17



9.35

7.56
8.05
10.75
15.65



6.97

12.60
10.58
19.10
10.68
10.28
19.00
9.85
8.85

9.90

17.39
9.93
10.20

8.63


0.35 7.52



2.04 11.39

1.96 9.52
1.18 9.23
1.52 12.27
0.19 15.85



10.80 17.77

9.07 21.67
0.91 111.49
0.28 19.38
0.70 11.80
1.57 11.85
0.27 19.27
1.13 10.98
0.63 9.48
.... ....
1.80 11.70

0.96118.35
0.72 10.65
1.35 11.55

0.14 8.77
. I .


3.04
7.11
7.52
7.36
2.18
7.23

2.17
1.84

1.53
1.27
7.76
2.02
7.56
0.85
2.03

2.06
2.71

2.15
1.55
7.58
1.85
7.20

1.62
2.13
7.87
2.88


9.19



2.40

3.97
3.04
2.13

6.82
4.44

13.54

13.38
2.11

2.17
1.30

1.74
2.09

2.25


3.01
1.38

15.32
0.97


J. E. Cailey, Chipley, Fla.
L. B. Fleming, Milton, Fla.
L. B. Fleming, Milton, Fla.
D. C. Butler, River Junction, Fla.
W. W. Richards, Cobb, Fla.
W. H. Mosley, Quincy, Fla.
Mark Woodell, Kynesville, Fla.
Mark Woodell, Kynesville, Fla.
Mark Woodell, Kynesville, Fla.
W. B. Anderson, Gretna, Fla.
J. C. Mann, Orlando, Fla.
J. C. Mann, Orlando, Fla.
Gus Garrison, Milton, Fla.
A. McRae, Monticello, Fla.
Wells-Kahn Co., Pensacola, Fla.
L. M. Owens, Quincy, Fla.
W. T. Owens, Quincy, Fla.
J. L. Owens, Quincy, Fla.
J. L. Owens, Quincy, Fla.
W. C. Lambert, Quincy, Fla.
L. M. Owens, Quincy, Fla.
L. M. Owens, Quincy, Fla.
T. M. Smith, Quincy, Fla.
T. M. Smith, Quincy, Fla.
F. L. McCall, Quincy, Fla.
F. L. McCall, Quincy, Fla.
Gus Garrison, Milton, Fla.
Gus Garrison, Milton, Fla.
J. G. Lambert, Quincy, Fla.
B. B. Penton, Chumuckla, Fla.
J. B. Cowburn, Crescent City, Fla.
Chase & Co., Sanford, Fla.










BUREAU OF FERTILIZERS -Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND.




Fertilizer ....................
Fertilizer No. 1 ..............
Fertilizer No. 2 ..............
Fertilizer ...................
Fertilizer No. 1 ..............
Fertilizer No. 2 ..............
Fertilizer No. 3 .............
Cotton Seed Meal ...........
Cotton Seed Meal No. 1 .......
Cotton Seed Meal No. 2 ......
Fertilizer No. 1...............
Fertilizer No. 2...............
Fertilizer No. 3...............
Fertilizer No. 4................
Fertilizer .....................
Fertilizer .....................
Fertilizer .....................
Cotton Seed Meal No. 1........
Cotton Seed Meal No. 2........
Steamed Bone No. 1..........
Steamed Bone No. 2..........


Phos



0 a )



1525 | ... 6.27
1526 8 S.08 8.42
1527 110.54 7.98
1528 15.46 11.81
1529 .... 10.31
1530 | .... 7.55
1531 115.24 11.19
1532 ... ...
1533 ...
1534 ...
1535 .... 12.06
1536 .... 11.14
1537 .... 9.50
1538 .... 10.76
1539 8.39 6.34


1540 ....
1541 [16.74
1542 ...
1543 ....
1544 ....
15456 ...


9.26
10.84


o.,...


phoric Acid.



3


m '

1.76 8.03
2.19 10.61
0.29 8.27
0.29 12.10
1.34 11.65
2.00 9.55
1.93 13.12



1.65 13.71
1.28 12.42
2.07 11.57
1.24 12.00
0.07 6.41
2.41 11.67
0.25 11.09

. ... 2 ....
.... 24.79
.... 26.93


Cd

0

5.31
9.87
12.16
2.25
1.30
1.80
2.97



1.53
1.59
3.99
2.09
12.72
12.74
2.37


BY WHOM SENT.


'.. lMoian, Uillett, Fla.
Walter Cliff, Crescent City, Fla.
Walter Cliff, Crescent City, Fla.
W. W. Wilkerson, Glendale, Fla.
E. B. Shelfer, Quincy, Fla.
E. B. Shelfer, Quincy, Fla.
R. E. Whittle, Milton, Fla.
Sumatra Tob. Co., Quincy Fla.
Florida Tob. Co., Quincy, Fla.
Florida Tob. Co., Quincy, Fla.
W. P. Johnson, Cobb, Fla.
W. P. Johnson, Cobb, Fla.
W. P. Johnson, Cobb, Fla.
W. P. Johnson, Cobb, Fla.
W. S. Ryall, Auburndale, Fla.
0. C. Parker, Tallahassee, Fla.
J. W. Henderson, Luanna, Fla.
E. B. Shelter Co., Quincy, Fla.
E. B. Shelfer Co., Quincy, Fla.
H. A. Perry, Pomona, Fla.
H. A. Perry, Pomona, Fla.


I









Fertilizer .................... 1546
H. G. Blood & Bone, "Sinclair
Product" ................... 1547
I |I
Marked Double Super Phosphate 1548
Fertilizer .................... 1549
Cotton Seed Meal.............. 1550
Fertilizer .................... 1551
Fertilizer .................... 1552
Fertilizer No. 1.............. 1553
Fertilizer No. 2................ 1554
Fertilizer (Bone Mixture)..... 1555
Tankage ..................... 1556
Acid Phosphate .............. 1557
Fertilizer ..................... 1558
Fertilizer ................... 1559
Fertilizer No. 335............ 1560
Fertilizer .................... 1561
rFrtilizer .................... 1562
Cotton Seed Meal.............. 1563
Kainit ....................... 1564
Fertilizer No. 1 (Ground Meat
Pulp ..................... 1565
Fertilizer No. 2 (Tankage).... 1566
Acid Phosphate 14 per cent.... 1567

Acid Phosphate 16 per cent .... 1568

Fertilizer ("Gold Medal").... 1569
Fertilizer ('Grand Republic") 1570
Fertilizer ..................... 1571


6.471 7.16 1.601 8.76
6.58 .... .... 10.96

.... 42.73 .23 42.96
.... 7.53 .22 7.75

8.42 3.82 .74 4.56
t3.76 10.52 1.51 12.03
16.27 10.20 1.77 11.97
14.15 8.96 1.90 10.86
4.52 .... .... 14.32
. ... .. .. 5.53
.... 15.32 3.53 18.85
.... 8.58 1.82 10.40
4.68 3.08 9.33 12.41
5.96 5.18 4.04 9.22
3.05 17.34 2.18 19.52
19.23 9.86 1.62 11.48
.... .... .... ....

.... 11.37 6.57 17.94
.... 3.96 | 1'56 5.52
7.95 14.741 .08114.82

8.92 16.71 .24 16.95

5.76 1.86 7.62
.... 4.93 .28 5.21
7.17 6.15 1.85 8.00


II


3.66 6.24 H. A. Perry, Pomona, Fla.

0.25 .... American.Agricultural Chemical Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.
.... .... E. E. Thompson, Avon Park, Fla.
4.00 4.56 P-lip Fisher, Lakeland, Fla.
7.62 .... Judson D. Clark Mt. Pleasant, Fla.
5.44 8.30 J. B. Galloway, Kathleen, Fla.
2.82 2.37 A. W. McCullough, Glendale, Fla.
3.53 2.89 E. L. Murphy, Milton, Fla.
2.10 1.45 E. L. Murphy, Milton, Fla.
3.99 1.26 John Parish, Parish, Fla.
9.37 .... Jacksonville Fer. Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
.... .... Jacksonville Fer. Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
2.16 1.28 John McCullough, DeFuniak Spgs., Fla.
4.07 6.44 E. F. Sperry, Orlando, Fla.
7.06 6.50 Sanders Fert. Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
2.74 0.14 H. A. Perry, Pomona, Fla.
1.57 1.42 G. C. Johnson, Cobb, Fla.
6.55 .... W. D. Griffin, Stuart, Fla.
.... 12.71 M. R. Senterfitt, Holt, Fla.

6.94 .... L. R. Woods, Tampa, Fla.
12.08 | .... L. R. Woods, Tampa, Fla.
... .. American Agricultural Chemical Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.
.... ....American Agricultural Chemical Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.
6.12 2.71 E. McDonald Socrum, Fla.
1.93 13.57 E. McDonald Socrum, Fla.
2.74 0.68 J. A. Saunders, Ozona, Fla.










BUREAU OF FERTILIZERS-Continu,.


NAME, OR BRAND.




Fertilizer (Steamed Bone and
M eal) ................... .
Dark Cotton Seed Meal........
Fertilizer .....................
Fertilizer ...................
Bright Cotton Seed Meal. ......
Cotton Seed Meal...............

Wood Ashes No. 1.............
Wood Ashes No. 2............
Wood Ashes No. 3...........
Wood Ashes No. 4..........
Wood Ashes No. 6...........
H. G. Sulphate Potash.........
Nitrate of Soda...............
Fertilizer (Pineapple Mixture).
Fertilizer No. 1.............
Fertilizer No. 2................
Hardwood Ashes .............
H. G. Acid Phosphate.........
H. G. Tankage................


Phosphoric


00 a; 6




1572 .... ... ... .
1573 .... ...
1574 | 5.601 .... ....
1575 8.54 8.28 0.23
1576 ....
1577 .. .... ...


0.85
6.49
6.47


S....


16.58
.... I


Acid.

0
M BY WHOM SENT.
0 0



'29.10 2.98 .... Robert Rhoden, Stuart, Fla.
.... 7.51 .... J. M. Holding, Dania, Fla.
9.52I 6.701 7.72 J. G. May, Ft. Pierce, Fla.
8.59 4.19 10.14 C. W. Stevens, Tampa, Fla.
.... 7.71 .... J. M. Holding. Dania, Fla.
.... 7.42 .... E. Painter Fert. Co., Jacksonville,
Fla.
.... .... 0.47 Chase & Co., Sanford, Fla.
.... .... 0.08 Chase & Co., Sanford, Fla.
.... .... 0.0 Chase & Co., Sanford, Fla.
3...10 Chase & Co., Sanford, Fla.
... .... 0. Chase & Co., Sanford, Fla.
.... ...48.6 A. McRae, Monticello, Fla.
.... 16.36 .... P. Barnhill, Pine Level, Fla.
1.951 5.50 7.25 C. B. Bixley, Ft. Pierce, Fla.
7.3557..39 3.18 N. H. Parks Stuart, Fla.
6.1:3 6.90 4.9 N. H. Parks Stuart, Fla.
.... 1.69 Jacksonville' Fert. Co., Jacksonvllle,Fla.
19.16... .... Sanders Fert. Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
3.76 10.78 .... ISanders Fert. Co., Jacksonville, Fla.










Fertilizer ....................
Cotton Seed Meal..............
Fertilizer (Guano) ..........
Fertilizer ....................
Fertilizer ....................
Fertilizer No. 1 (Pineapple Mix-
ture ............... ........
Fertilizer No. 2 (Pineapple Mix-
ture .............. ..........
Tankage No. x.................
Fertilizer No. 2...............
Fertilizer (H. G.)............
H. G. Acid Phosphate ..........
H. G. Sulphate Potash........
Dried Blood .................
Fertilizer ....................
Cotton Seed Meal.............
Blood and Bone No. 1........
Blood and Bone No. 2........
Fertilizer ...................
"Welcome" ................
"Good Result" .............
H. G. Blood and Bone........
H. G. Blood and Bone........
Canada Hardwood Ashes ......
Fertilizer No. 1, Pineapple Mix-
ture .......... ..............
Fertilizer No. 2, Pineapple Mix-
ture ......................
Blood and Bone ..............
Blood and Bone.............
Fertilizer (Pineapple Mixture)


1591 (16.58 10.49
1592 ... .
1593 .... 12.81
1594 9.13 ..
1595 17.70 9.96

1596 10.48 ....

1597 9.64 ....
1598 .... ....
1599 6.87 6.32
1600 9.34 4.47
1601 .... 19.22
1602 .... ....
1603
1604 10.42 9.40
160 .. ...
1606 .... .
1607 .... .
1608 8.68 5.63
1609 24.89 6.71
1610 23.68 4.76
1611 ..
1612 .. ...
1613 . .

1614 8.58 ....

1615 8.19 ....
1616 ..
1617 ..
1618 7.73 I 3.62


2.12 12.61 1.66 1.41 W. P. Johnson, Cobb, Fla.
.... .. 7.80 .... E.O. Painter Fert.Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
2.24 15.05 19.52 1.28 T. H. Bell, Dunnedin, Fla.
.... 6.11 5.72 5.56 C. F. Olmstead, Ft. Pierce Fla.
1.20 11.16 .... 3.28 J. H. Stephens, Marianna, Fla.

.... 2.15 5.06 3.96 Mrs. M. E. Goldsmith, Ft. Pierce, Fla.

.... 1.94 5.111 4.01 Mrs. M. E. Goldsmith, Ft. Pierce, Fla.
.... 7.27 7.88 .... J. Ed. RaulersonTnlly, Fla.
5.86 12.18 4.58 8.69 J. Ed. Raulerson, Lilly, Fla.
0.51 4.98 0.58 8.51 A. Anderson, Lakeland, Fla.
1.40 20.62 ........ A. Anderson, Lakeland, Fla.
.... .... .... 47.40 A. Anderson, Lakeland, Fla.
.... ....17.25 .... H. S. Thomas, Eldred Fla.
2.56 11.96 2.q 1.63 R. W. Storrs, DeFunlak Springs, Fla. C
........ 3.30 .... W. J. McPhail, DeFuniak Springs, Fla. --
.... 5.84 11.15 .... C. I. Baird, Gainesville, Fla.
.... 5.68 10.35 .... C. I. Baird, Gainesville, Fla.
1.59 7.22 4.51 5.74 C. I. Baird, Gainesville, Fla.
0.66 7.37 2.55 2.35 K. R. Murrell, Sanford, Fla.
0.45 5.21 3.48 3.17 K. R. Murrell, Sanford, Fla.
.... 2.83 10.69 .... K. R. Murrell, Sanford, Fla.
.... 2.63 10.73 .... T. F. Adams, Sanford, Fla.
...... .. ... 3.29 H. D. McDaniel, Orlando, ,Fla.

.... 4.42 5.88 6.13 S. F. Webb, Eden, Fla.

.... 4.93 4.90 7.33 S. F. Webb, Eden, Fla.
.... 7.35 110.14 .... John H. Blake, Tampa, Fla.
6.74 9.93 .... Gulf Fertilizer Co., Tampa, Fla.
3.49 7.11 5.62 8.14 C. S. Bixley, Ft. Pierce, Fla.















NAME, OR BRAND.




A shes ........................
Tobacco Dust ................
Fertilizer ....................
Bone M eal ...................
Fertilizer (Pineapple Mixture)
Fertilizer No. 1 (Pineapple Mix-
ture) ......................
Hard Wood Ashes..............
Fertilizer No. 1 (Pineapple Mix-
ture) ......................
Fertilizer No. 2 (Pineapple Mix-
ture) ......................
Fertilizer No. 3 (Pineapple Mix-
tu re .......................
F ertilizer ....................
Fertilizer ....................
Raw Bone ..................
Ground Fish .................
Cotton Seed Meal (Bright
shade) .....................
Cotton Seed Meal (Dark shade)


BURE





o o




1619 ....
1620 ....
1621 ....
1622 ....
1623 7.23

1624 6.33
1625 ....

1626 6.15

1(;27 6.S2

16;2 5.94
1629 6.98
1630 5. 60

1 G32 ....
1631 ....
16: ....

1 .(;: .
16:14


AU OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.

Phosphoric Acid.


BY WHOM SENT.




.... .... .... .... 3.10 H. H. Davis, Terra Ceia, Fla.
.... .... .... 0.89 0.47 Miss P. E. Griffes, Tampa, Fla.
8.27 2.76 11.03 3.57 2.64 M. C. Cain, Welcome, Fla.
.... .... |23.45 4.74 .... J. H. Blake, Tampa, Fla.
.... .... 6.99 5.95 7.83 C. F. Olmstead, Ft. Pierce, Fla.

.... .... 1.81 5.84 6.79 C. Lord, Ft. Pierce, Fla.
.... .... .... .... 3.51 E. H. Falk, Tampa, Fla.

.... .... 4.03 5.90 6.73 S. F. Webb, Eden, Fla.

.... .... 4.35 6.15 7.15 S. F. Webb, Eden, Fla.
I.......... 3.5 .E.....F..a ,.


... 5. 1 5 5. 83
6.79 1.14 7.9: 5.18
5.11 0.o6 5.17 5.15
.... .... 23.51 4.77


. .. .... 9.10
.... .... .... 8.52


8.41 S. F. Webb), Eden, Fla.
6.79 Dormany Bros., Plant City, Fla.
5.45 .1. E. Pace. Sanford, Fla.
.... C. I. Baird, Gainesville, Fla.
... C. I. Baird, (ainesville, Fla.

.... Itirton Ilarrlss Co., Marianna, Fla.
.... Unrton llarrlss Co., Marianna, Fla.









Fertilizer (Pineapple Mixture).
Cotton Seed Meal (A.)........

Cotton Seed Meal (B.)........

Fertilizer ....................
Tankage ....................

Fertilizer ...................
Bird Manure .................
Tankage (S. R. 4310) .......
Fertilizer ("Bonova") .......
Fertilizer No. 1 ..............
Fertilizer No. 2 ...... ..


6.49 6.49


.... 6.84
.... 13.32

3.02 5.66
8.121 8.81
5.85 6.04


.... 7.86 7.20 9.67 John F. Horr, Jacksonville, Fla.
.. ... 7.97 .... Lake Jackson Tobacco Co., Tallahas-
see, Fla.
........8.00 .... Lake Jackson Tobacco Co., Tallahas-
I see, Fla.
0.64 7.13 3.26 13.44 H. L. Castine, Kathleen, Fla.
.... 4.78 10.45 .... Jacksonville Fertilizer Co., Jackson-
ville, Fla.
0.86 7.70 2.45 13.20 C. M. Knott, Tampa, Fla.
3.12 16.44 12.48 1.55 J. H. Blake, Tampa, Fla.
4.78 10.47 .... Sanders Fert. Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
5.66 19.66 4.34 C. S. Bushnell, Arcadia, Fla.
1.58 10.39 3.30 11.40 Walter Walden, Miami, Fla.
1.16 7.20 5.61 11.09 Walter Walden, Miami, Fla.










DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE--DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY. 60
R. E. ROSE, State Chemist. ANALYSES OF FERTILIZERS, 1908. L. HEIMBURGER, Assistant Chemist.
Samples taken by State Chemist, under Section 1, Act approved May 22, 1901.


NAME, OR BRAND.


Armour's Vegetable....... 1060 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....
Armour's Blood, Bone and
Potash ................ 101 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis .,..
Cotton Seed Meal ....... 1062 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ...
Cotton Seed Meal ........ 1063( Guiaranteed Analysis.
S lOfficial Analysis ....
Special Mixture No. 1 ... 10(1;'1 aranteed Analysis.
S Official Analysis ...
II. G. Acid Phosphnt(' .... 105.ii Guarantd An;lysis.
S Official Analysis ...


Pho


7.6 ..
a
0 *P
o >

10.00 7.00
10.20 7.88

10.)00 8.00
10.7,5 8.83

7.05 ...




8.00 0;.00
8.21 5r.8!)

12.00 16.O00
13.08 14.74


S


sphoric Acid.

a BY WHOM AND WHERE
MANUFACTURED.

I '


2.00 .... 4.00 6.00 Armour Fertilizer Works,
.94 8.82 4.13 6.09 1 Jacksonville, Fla.

1.00 .... 5.00 7.00 Armour Fertilizer Works,
.74 9.57 4.88 6.81 Jacksonville, Fla.

.... 2.25 7.50 .... Central Oil and Fertilizer
.... .... 7.57 .... Co., Cordele, Ga.

.... 2.50 7.50 1.50 !McCaw Mfg. Co., Macon,
.. .. .. 8.14 .... Ga.

1.00 .... 5.00 5.00 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
1.95 7.84 5.21 5.10 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

.... .... Wilson & Toomnr Fortz.
8.57 18.31 ... .... Co., Jacksonville, Fla.








Special Strawberry Fertz.. 1066

Seminole Tree Guano ... 1067


Ideal Fertilizer .......... 1068

Ideal Fruit and Vine Man-
ure .......... .........1069

Special Fruit and Vine
Manure ............... 1070

Cumberland Bone (Super-
phosphate of Lime).... 1071

Cotton Seed Meal .... .1... 1072

Cotton Seed Meal ........ 1073

Gem Fruit and Vine...... 1074


Simon Pure No. 1 ....... 1075

Simon Pure Special No. 1. 1076


Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis...

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ...

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....
Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ...


8.00
7.66

8.00
9.21

8.00
7.07


6.00
6.64

6.00
6.48

5.00
4.56


1.88

1.33

1.00
1.96


8.52

7.18

6.52


3.00
4.40

8.00
7.41

6.00
6.71


Vilson & Toomer Ferts.
Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
Co., Jacksonville, Fla.


10.00 6.00 ..........3.00 1.0000 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
7.48 5.62 1.50 7.12 3.41 10.34 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

10.00 6.00 1.00 .... 4.00 1.0000 Wilson & Toomer Fertz.
6.02 5.64 .64 6.28 4.67 13.13 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

15.00 9.00 1.00 .... 2.00 1.00 Cumberland Bone Phos.
12.94 9.24 1.46 10.70 2.14 1.49 Co., Portland, Me.

.. ... ... 2.50 7.50 1.50 Cuthbert Oil Co., Cuth-
.... .... .... .... 7.88 .... bert, Ga.
.... .... .... .... 7.56 .... J. Lindsey Wells Co., Mem-
.... .... .... .... 7.41 .... phis, Tenn.

8.00 6.00 1.00 .... 3.00 10.00 IE. O. Painter Fertz. Co.,
8.74 7.07 1.08 8.15 3.54 9.44 Jacksonville, Fla.

8.00 6.00 1.00 .... 4.00 11.00 E. 0. Painter Fertz. Co.,
7.10 6.28 .16 6.44 5.15 12.62 Jacksonville, Fla.

8.00 6.00 1.00 .... 2.00 16.00 E. 0. Painter Fertz. Co.,
6.84 6.47 .11 6.58 2.98 15.18 Jacksonville, Fla.
I










ANALYSES OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND.





Simon Pure Tomato .....


H. G. Dried Blood ........ 1078


H. G. Dissolved Bone Black 1079


Bright Cotton Seed Meal.. 1080


Cotton Seed Meal ........ 1081


Cotton Seed Meal ..,...... 1082


Bradley Florida Vegetabhl 1083


^1 I


Guaranteed Analysis. 12.00
Official Analysis ..... 7.47

Guaranteed Analysis ..
Official Analysis.......

Guaranteed Analysis ....
Official Analysis ........

Guaranteed Analysis ....
Official Analysis ........

Guaranteed Analysis. 7.65
Official Analysis ........

Guaranteed Analysis. 7.65
Official Analysis ........

hiGarantood Analysis. 7.92
Official Analysis .... 10.00


Phosphoric Acid.


o
Sa
Il I ?I


4.00
6.30




16.00
17.31


2.02
1.00


10.01O




17.39

2.25


2.40


2.40


9.43
S....


5.00
5.70

16.00
16.86



8.00
8.26

7.50
7.92

7.50
8.22

4.14
4.00


BY WHOM AND WHERE
MANUFACTURED.


9.00 IE. O. Painter Fertz. Co.,
9.97 Jacksonville, Fla.

... E. 0. Painter Fertz. Co.,
.... Jacksonville, Fla.

E. O. Painter Fertz. Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.

1.00 E. 0. Painter Fertz. Co.,
.... Jacksonville, Fla.

1.76 Georgia Cotton Oil Co.,
.... Macon, Ga.

1.76 Georgia Cotton Oil Co.,
.... Macon, Ga.

4.93 American Agrl. Chemical
S5.00 Co., Jacksonville, Fla.









Mapes Vegetable Manure. 1084

Mapes Fruit and Vine
Manure ............... 1085

Mapes Orange Tree Man-
ure ....I............. 1086

Mapes' Pineapple Manure. 1087


Cotton Seed Meal .........1088 Guaranteed Analysis. 7.65 .... ....
Official Analysis ..........

Non-Ammoniated Special.. 1089 Guaranteed Analysis. .... .....
Official Analysis .... 9.41 10.79 1.03

Bean Special ............ 1090 Guaranteed Analysis. .... 6.00 ....
Official Analysis .... 8.35 5.35 .99

Strawberry Special ...... 1091 Guaranteed Analysis. .... 6.00 ....
Official Analysis .... 4.76 4.55 3.78

Tomato Special 1092 Guaranteed Analysis .... 7.00 .
Official Analysis .... 8.75 6.82 1.84

Favorite Early Trucker... 1093IGuaranteed Analysis.10.00 6.00 2.00
al Official Analysis .... 7.69 5.07 2.43

Orange Tree Manure..... 1094 Guaranteed Analysis. .... 8.00 ....
SOfficial Analysis .... 9.30 7.18 2.78


Guaranteed Analysis. 12.00
Official Analysis .... 12.00

Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00
Official Analysis .... 8.84

Guaranteed Analysis. 12.00
Official Analysis .... 9.49

Guaranteed Analysis.110.00
Official Analysis .... 7.07


9.02

8.10


10.85

7.95

2.40

10.00
11.82

6.34

8.33

8.66


7.50


9.96


5.00 4.00 Mapes F. & P. G. Co., New
5.38 5.86 York.

2.00 10.00 Mapes F. & P. G. Co., New
2.50 11.13 York.

4.00 3.00 Mapes F. & P. G. Co., New
4.46 3.45 Yfrk.

5.00 5.00 Mapes F. & P. G. Co., New
5.26 5.45 York.

7.50 1.76 Georgia Cotton Oil Co.,
7.59 .... Macon, Ga.

.... 11.00 Sanders r'ertilizer Co.,
.... 10.18 Jacksonville, Fla.

3.00 6.00 Sanders Fertilizer Co.,
3.77 7.14 Jacksonville, Fla.

2.00 12.00 Sanders Fertilizer Co.,
2.59 11.54 Jacksonville, Fla.

5.00 9.00 Sanders Fertilizer Co.,
5.98 7.77 Jacksonville, Fla.

3.00 10.00 Sanders Fertilizer Co.,
3.05 11.21 Jacksonville, Fla.

3.50 4.00 Sanders Fertilizer Co.,
.... Jacksonville. Fla.










ANALYSES OF FERTILIZERS- Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND.


Irish Potato Manure......


Fruiter Manure..........


Simon Pure Tomato......


Gem Vegetable...........


Simon Pure Special No.2.


Simon Pure Special No. 1.1


Simon Pure Garden......


10951Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

1096 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

1097 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

1098 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

1099 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

1100 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

1101 Guaranteed Analysis.
lOfficial Analysis ....


Phosphoric Acid.


S e

I: l


8.49

.o..
6.51

12.00
8.95

8.00
8.93

8.00
7.57

8.00
7.34

8.00
8.28


2.36 7.56


cd





3.50
4.00

4.00
3.57

5.00
5.39

4.00
4.93

4.00
5.61

2.00
3.30

5.00
6.75


0




.0

8.50
7.89

12.00
12.51

9.00
9.69

6.00
6.77

6.00
6.13

16.00
16.83

6.50
6.28


BY WHOM AND WHERE
MANUFACTURED.




Sanders Fertilizer Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.

Sanders Fertilizer Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.

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

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

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

E.O. Painter Fertilizer Co.,
Jacksonvillo, Fla.

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









ISimon Pure No. 1........ 1102 Guaranteed Analysis.
t Official Analysis ....
Paris Celery Special..... 1103Guaranteed Analysis.
iOfficial Analysis ....


Nitrate of Soda.......... 1104


Special Mixture.......... 1105

DeSoto Irand Orange Tree
Grower .............. 1106

V. C. Tip Top Tomato
Trucker .............. 1107

DeSoto Brand Fruit and
Vne Manure ......... 11048

Georgia State Standard
Ammoniated superphos. 1109


No. 4 .................... 1110,


Carey's Spec. for Fruit... 1111


No. 1 ......... ..........


Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....


8.00
7.52

10.00
7.93

10.00



5.76

10.00
8.44

8.00
5.85

10.00
6.48

10.00
13.88

10.00
6.11

10.00
5.99


6.00
5.83

5.00
5.60



7.50
7.01

6.00
6.60

7.00
6.88

6.00
7.17

8.00
7.68

6.00
6.96

6.00
6.92


1.00
.08


.95




.83


.47

1.00
1.10


.65

1.00
1.97

2.00
.45

1.00
.51


5.91


6.55




7.84


7.07


7.98


7.82


9.65


7.41


7.43


1112 Guaranteed Analysis.10.00 5.00 2.00 ....
Official Analysis .... 7.53 7.45 1.11 8.56


4.00 11.00
5.38 13.07

6.00 5.00
6.86 4.63

17.00 ....
18.21 ....

4.00 8.00
4.18 8.86

5.00 6.50
3.57 6.71

4.00 5.00
4.57 4.69

4.00 12.00
4.05 11.75

2.00 2.00
2.20 2.33

3.00 10.00
3.19 9.09

4.00 12.00
3.84 11.21

5.00 4.00
5.21 3.63


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

Sanders Fertilizer Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.

Sanders Fertilizer Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.

American Agl. Chem. Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.

Virginia- Carolina Chem.
Co., Savannah, Ga.

Virginia- Carolina Chem.
Co., Savannah, Ga.

Virginia- Carolina Chem.
. Co., Savannah, Ga.

Virginia Carolina Chem.
Co., Savannah, Ga.

Southern Fertilizer Co.,
Orlando, Fla.

Southern Fertilizer Co.,
Orlando, Fla.

Southern Fertilizer Co.,
Orlando, Fla.
















NAME, OR BRAND.





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


Ideal Potato Manure.....


Ideal Vegetable Manure..


Special Mixture No. 1...


The Ideal Fertilizer......


Genuine Peruvian Guano.


Cotton Seed Meal ........


ANALYSES OF FERTILIZERS- Continued.

Pilosphoric Acid.






______ !!1 S4


1113 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

1114 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

1115 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

1116 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

1117 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

1118 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

1119 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....


10.00
6.15

8.00
6.77

8.00
7.57

8.00
6.75

8.00
6.05

13.00
9.96


'.00
1.38

6. 0
5.69

6.00
7.35

6.0D
6.87

5.00
4.77


8.361 8.38


8.29


7.90


8.31


7.51


6.51

16.00
16;.74

2.50


2.00
2.10

4.00
4.01

4.00
3.39

5.00
4.83

4.00
3.84

3.50
3.59

7.50


.. I .... I .... 7.98


0
CO






12.00
11.46

8.00
8.34

8.00
10.06

5.00
5.00

6.00
7.12

2.00
2.70

1.50


BY WHOM AND WHERE
MANUFACTURED.




Southern Fertilizer Co.,
Orlando, Fla.

Wilson & Toomer Fertili-
zer Co., Jacksonville,Fla.

Wilson & Toomer Fertili-
zer Co., Jacksonville,Fla.

Wilson & Toomer Fertili-
zor Co., Jacksonville,Fla.

Wilson & Toomer Fertili-
zer Co., Jacksonville,Fla.

Wilson & Toomer Fertili-
zer Co., Jacksonville,Fla.

McCaw Mfg. Co., Macon,
Ga.









Ga. State Grange Fertz... 1120 Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00 8.00 2.00
Official Analysis .... 12.89 10.21 2.01 12.22
Cotton Boll Guano.......1121 Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00 8.00 2.00 ....
Official Analysis .... 14.22 8.86 1.65 10.51
Goulding'sBondCompound 1122 Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00 8.00 2.00 ....
Official Analysis .... 10.19 8.72 1.81 10.53
Samson's Ammoniated
Bone ..................1123Guaranteed Analysis. 16.00 8.00 2.00 ....
Official Analysis ....10.26 8.84 1.91 10.75
Goulding's 4 per cent Pot-
ash Acid ............. 1124Guaranteed Analyss. 16.00 8.00 2.00 ....
Official Analysis .... 9.12 9.09 2.30 11.39
Hinson's Potash Mixture.. 1125 Guaranteed Analysis. 16.00 8.00 2.00 ....
Official Analysis .... 7.96 7.48 1.85 9.33
Goulding's BoneCompound 11261Guaranteed Analysis. 16.00 8.00 1.00 ....
Official Analysis .... 11.31 9.47 1.95 11.42
Kalnit ..................1127 Guaranteed Analysis.20.00 .... .... ....
Official Analysis .... .... .... .... ..
Goulding's Bone Compound 1128 Guaranteed Analysis. 16.00 8.00 2.00 ....
Official Analysis .... 11.10 8.83 2.47 11.30
Bigbee's H. G. Eng. Acid
Phosphate .............11129 Guaranteed AnalysiP 16.00 14.00 2.00 ....
Official Analysis .... .... 15.44 1.33 16.77
Fla. State Standard Fertz.. 1130 Guaranteed Analysis.112.00 8.00 2.00...
________ Official Analysis .... 114.53 9.19 1.86 11.05


2.00
2.23

2.00
1.95

2.00
2.02

2.00
2.20






2.00
2.43



2.00
2.01



2.00
1.84


2.00 Virginia-Carolina Chem.
1.88 Co., Montgomery, Ala.

2.00 Virginia Carolina Chem.
2.21 Co., Montgomery, Ala.

2.00 Goulding Fertilizer Co.,
1.14 Pensacola, Fla.

2.00 Goulding Fertilizer Co.,
1.76 Pensacola, Fla.

4.00 Goulding Fertilizer Co.,
3.67 Pensacola, Fla.

3.00 Goulding Fertilizer Co.,
4.25 Pensacola, Fla.

2.00 Goulding Fertilizer Co.,
1.96 Pensacola, Fla.

12.00 Bigbee Fertilizer Co., Mont-
13.86 gomery, Ala.

2.00 Goulding Fertilizer Co.,
1.53 r Pensacola, Fla.

.... Bigbee Fertilizer Co., Mont-
....I gomery, Ala.

2.00 Bigbee FertilizerCo,. Mont.
2.44 gomery, Ala.









ANALYSES OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND. 8

o



Meal Mixture ...........1131


Acid Phosphate ......... 1132


Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis .... 1

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....


Kainit ...................1133 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....
Marianna Home Mixed
Guano ................. 1134 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

Cotton Seed Meal ........ 1135 Guaranteed Analysis.
S Official Analysis ....

Standard Cotton Fertilizer 1136 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

II. G. Achi Phosphate..... 1137 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....


10.00
L1.37


10.00
12.33




10.00
13.79

12.00


8.00
7.39

14.00
14.69




8.00
6.86




8.00
9.26

14.00
13.79


2.00 ...
1.09 8.48


11.36


16.49


d


P 4



2.00 2.00
2.19 2.44


2.00
2.39

7.50
8.51

2.00
1.99


12.00
13.59

2.00
2.83




2.00
2.21


BY WHOM AND WHERE
MANUFACTURED.




Georgia Chemical Works,
Augusta, Ga.

Marianna Mfg. Co., Mari-
anna, Fla.

Marianna Mfg. Co., Mari-
anna, Fla.

Marianna Mfg. Co., Marl
anna, Fla.

Marianna Mfg. Co., Mari-
anna, Fla.

Southern Cotton Oil Co.,
Montgomery, Ala.

Southern Cotton Oil Co.,
Montgomery, Ala.


[











Cotton Seed Meal ........


Liberty Bell Guano ......


1138]Guaranteed Analysis,
Official Analysis ....

11391Guaranteed Analysis.


Official Analysis ....

Cotton Seed Meal ........ 1140 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....
V.,C. Champion Citrus
Compound ............. 1141 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....
V.-C. Fla. Fruit-Growers'
Formula ................ 1142 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....
V.-C. Old Dominion Potato
Manure .............. 1143 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....
V.-C. Tip Top Tomato
Trucker ...............1144 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

V.-C. Fruit and Vine...... 1145Guaranteed Analysis.i
Official Analysis ....

Castor Pomace .......... 11461Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

Bradley Fruit and Vine... 1147 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....


10.00
13.71




10.00
I 6.50

8.00
6.05

8.00
6.28

8.00
7.65

8.00
5.62

10.00


10.00
7.70


8.00
9.15



6.00
7.95

7.00
8.83

7.00
8.64

7.00
8.04

6.00
7.31



5.50
6.63


.... 2.50 7.50 1.50
.... .... 7.77 ....

2.00 .... 2.00 2.00
1.09 10.24 2.15 2.46

.. 2.00 4.75 1.50
... .. 4.88 ...

1.00 .... 3.00 14.00
.41 8.36 3.04 13.15

1.00 .... 3.50 4.00
.49 9.32 3.76 4.42

1.00 .... 5.00 8.00
.68 9.32 4.44 7.77

1.00 .... 4.00 5.00
.93 8.97 4.19 4.27

1.00 .... 2.50 10.00
1.01 8.32 3.36 10.12

.... 1.50 6.50 1.00
.. .... 6.49 ..

3.00 .... 2.25 10.00
.89 7.52 2.85 9.19


Southern Cotton Oil Co.,
Pensacola, Fla.

Ala. Chemical Co., Mont-
gomery, Ala.

Fla. Cotton Oil Co., Talla-
hassee, Fla.

Virginia- Carolina Chem.
Co., Savannah, Ga.

Virginia Carolina Chem.
Co., Savannah, Ga.

Virginia Carolina Chem.
Co., Savannah, Ga.

Virginia- Carolina Chem.
Co., Savannah, Ga.

Virginia Carolina Chem.
Co., Savannah, Ga.

Sanders Fertilizer Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.

American Agl. Chem. Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.








ANALYSES OF FERTILIZERS--Continued.


d

NAME, OR BRAND. i

S

Special Mixture ......... .. 1149 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....
Gem Pineapple Manure. ... 1150 Guaranteed "Analysis.

Fla. Special Pineapple Fer- Official Analysis...
tilizer ................ 1151 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

Ideal Vegetable Manure... 1152 Guaranteed Analysis
Official Analysis ....
Pure Ground Steamed
Bone .................. 1153]Guaranteed Analysis


H. G. Sulphate of Potash.

Kainit ...................


Nitrate of Soda ..........


Official Analysis ....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....
Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

Guaranteed Analysis,
Official Analysis ....


7.69

10.00
6.79

6.00
5.39

8.00
9.77

10.00







3.00


Phosphoric Acid.








4.00 .... 6.50
6.05 1.18 7.23


1.71
.... .... 2.50o
.... .... 1.71

4.00 4.00 ....
3.19 5.10 8.29

6.00 1.00 ....
6.46 2.39 8.85

.... .... 22.00
. .. 16.86

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





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


d
c'-





5.00 7.00
5.02 7.76

5.00 6.00
5.71 7.21

4.00 7.00
4.06 7.56

4.00 8.00
4.24 7.19

3.00 ....
3.67 ....

.... 49.00
.... 50.80
.... 12.50
.... 12.66

17.00 ....
17.30 ....


BY WHOM AND WHERE
MANUFACTURED.



IE. O. Painter Fertilizer Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.

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

Wilson & Toomer Fertili-
zer Co., Jacksonville,Fla.

Wilson & Toomer Fertili-
zer Co., Jacksonville,Fla.

Wilson & Toomer Fertili-
zer Co., Jacksonville,Fla.

Wilson & Toomer Fertili-
zer Co., Jacksonville,Fla.
Wilson & Toomer Fertili-
zer Co., Jacksonville,Fla.

Wilson & Toomer Fertill-
zer Co., Jacksonville,Fla.


.i








Kainit ................... 1157|Guaranteed Analysis .... ....
S Official Analysis ............
Mapes Fruit and Vine
Manure ...............1158 Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00 5.00
pes Orage Tree Man Official Analysis .... 10.12 4.90
Mapes Orange Tree Man- j
ure ...................11159]Guaranteed Analysis. 12.00 6.00
Official Analysis .... 10.81 9.99

Cotton Seed Meal ........ 1160Guaranteed Analysis. 7.65 ....
I Official Analysis .... ..... ....

Kainit ..................1161Guaranteed Analysis .... ....
Official Analysis ........ ....

1-. G. Acid Phosphate .... 1162 Guaranteed Analysis. 12.00 16.00
Official Analysis .... .... 15.05

Seminole Fertilizer ......11163 Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00 4.00
Official Analysis .... 5.26 7.14

Mobile Standard Guano... 1164Guaranteed Analysis.10.00 8.00
Official Analysis .... 14.65 8.22
Victor H. G. Meal Fertil-
izer .................. 1165 Guaranteed Analysis. 16.00 10.00
A I Official Analysis .... 14.97) 9.24

Truck Farmers' Special... 1166 Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00 10.00
Official Analysis .... 9.28 10.64
Edisto Extra H. G. Super
Acid Phosphate .....1167 Guaranteed Analysis. 12.00 16.00
Official Analysis .... .... 15.65


.... .... .... 12.50 Wilson & Toomer Fertili-
.... ........ 13.05 zer Co., Jacksonville,Fla.

2.00 .... 2.0010.00 IMapes Formula & Per. G.
2.86 7.76 2.45 12.33 Co., New York, N. Y.

2.00 .... 4.001 3.00 IMapes Formula & Per. G.
1.18 1.17 4.33 4.11 Co., New York, N. Y.

.... 2.40 7.50 1.76 Ga. Cotton Oil Co., Ma-
....I ... 8.26 .... con, Ga.

.... .... 12.00 Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.,
.... .... .... 13.92 Jacksonville, Fla.

.... .... .... Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.,
3.20 18.25 .... .... Jacksonville, Fla.

3.00 .... 5.00 10.00 Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.,
1.41 8.55 3.18 12.64 Jacksonville. Fla.

2.00 .... 2.00 2.00 Virginia-Carolina Chem.
1.78 10.00 1.84 2.46 Co., Montgomery, Ala.

2.00 .... 2.00 2.00 Bigbee Fertilizer Co..Mont-
S.93110.17 2.281 2.70 i gomery, Ala.

2.00 .... 4.00 4.00 Virginia-Carolina Chem.
1.21 11.85 3.30 4.65 Co., Montgomery,Ala.

2.00 .... ........ Virginia Carolina Chem.
1.90 17.55 .... .... I Co., Montgomery, Ala.











ANALYSES OF FERTILIZERS- Continued


NAME, OR BRAND.




14 per cent Acid Phos..... 1168

Goulding's Special Com-
pound .................1169


4 per cent Potash Acid... 1170


14 per cent Acid Phos..... 1171


Bradley Orange Tree..... 1172


Bradley Florida Vegetable 1173


Bradley Fruit and Vine.. 1174


Guaranteed Analysis. ....
Official Analysis .... ....

Guaranteed Analysis.116.00
Official Analysis .... 11.15

Guaranteed Analysis. 16.00
Official Analysis .... 11.15

Guaranteed Analysis. 16.00
Official Analysis .... ....

Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00
Official Analysis..... 6.28

Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00
Official Analysis..... 9.37

Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00
IOfficial Analysis.... 6.26


Phosphoric Acid.



.




... .. 14.00
14.56 2.21 16.77

8.00 2.00 ....
9.03 1.73 10.76

8.00 2.00 ....
8.19 1.19 9.38

14.00 2.00 ....
14.40 2.12 16.52

6.00 1.00 .
7.48 1.50 8.98

6.00 1.00
7.65 1.28 8.93

5.50 3.00 .....
6.48 1.07 7.55


0


o...



2.00
1.99






3.50
3.50

4.00
3.85

2.25
2.26


BY WHOM AND WHERE
MANUFACTURED.




.... Goulding Fertilizer Co.,
.... Pensacola, Fla.

2.00 Goulding Fertilizer Co.,
1.71 Pensacola, Fla.

4.00 Goulding Fertilizer Co.,
4.52 Pensacola, Fla.

.... Goulding Fertilizer Co.,
.... Pensacola, Fla.

5.00 Am. Agricul. Chemical Co.,
5.43 Jacksonville, Fla.

5.00 Am. Agricul. Chemical Co.,
5.08 Jacksonville, Fla.

10.00 Am. Agricul. Chemical Co.,
10.86 Jacksonville, Fla.










Bradley Nursery Stock... 1175 Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00
Official Analysis..... 7.63
Mapes' Fruit and Vine Ma-
nure ................... 1176 Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00
Official Analysis..... 9.49
Mapes' Orange Tree Ma-
nure .................. 1177 Guaranteed Analysis. 12.00
Official Analysis..... 11.26
Williams & Clark Fruit and
Vine ................... 1178 Guaranteed Analysis. 10.60
Official Analysis..... 6.86
Williams & Clark Florida
Vegetable .............. 1179 Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00
Official Analysis..... 10.84

Ideal Vegetable Manure... 1180 Guaranteed Analysis. 8.00
Official Analysis..... 10.94

Kainit ...................1181 Guaranteed Analysis..'..
Official Analysis..........

Nitrate of Soda.......... 1182 Guaranteed Analysis .....
Official Analysis..........

Formula No. 44.......... 1183 Guaranteed Analysis. 8.00
Official Analysis..... 9.32
Armour's Vegetable Fer-
tilizer ................ 1184 Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00
Official Analysis.... 8.56

A. L. Wilson Co.'s Ammo-1185 Guaranteed Analysla 16.00
niated Guano.......... Official Analysis.... 112.39


7.00
7.59

7.00
7.56

8.00
9.95


1.00 .
1.24 10.17

2.00 .
2.64 7.93

2.00 ...
3.74 9.93

3.00 .....
0.94 7.67

1.00
0.83 10.41

1.00
1.62 8.50






1.00
2.22 9.81

2.00 ....
2.31 9.87

2.00 ....
S1.70 11.65


4.50
4.68

2.00
2.82

4.00
4.63

2.25
2.57

4.00
3.29

4.00
3.93



16.00
15.88

3.10
3.26

4.00
3.76

2.00
1.98


3.00 Am. Agricul. Chemical Co.,
3.94 Jacksonville, Fla.


10.00
11.21

3.00
3.55

10.00
10.41

5.00
5.47

8.00
7.31

12.50
12.60



3.20
3.26

6.00
5.39

1.00
1 2.00


Mapes Formula & Peruvi-
an Guano Co., New York

Mapes Formula & Peruvi-
an Guano Co., New York

Am. Agricul. Chemical Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.

Am. Agricul. Chemical Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.

Wilson & Toomer Fert. Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.

Va.-Carolina Chemical Co.,
Savannah, Ga.

Armour Fertilizer Works,
Jacksonville, Fla.

Va..Carolina Chemical Co.,
Savannah, Ga.

Armour Fertilizer Works,
Jacksonville, Fla.

Goulding Fertilizer Co.,
Pensacola, Fla.









ANALYSES OF FERTILIZERS- Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND.


Vegetable Guano..........


H. G. Vegetable Fertilizer..


Cotton Seed Meal........


Cotton Seed Meal........

H. G. Ground Ky. Tobacco
Stems .................


Pulverized Steamed Bone..


Gem Pineapple Manure...


0



34


1186 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis.....

1187 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

1188 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis.....

1189 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis.....

1190 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis....

1191 Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis....

1192 Guaranteed Analysis.
|Official Analysis....


Phosphoric Acid.



0



5.00 ..... .. 11.45
9.19 .. ... 13.89

10.00 5.00 2.00 ..
15.40 5.12 2.46 7.58

.... ..


8.00


10.00
7.01


. . .


10.00
9.42



6.00
6.92


RY WHOM AND WHERE
MANUFACTURED.




Germofert Manufact'ng Co
Charleston, S. C.

Tampa Fertilizer Co.,
Tampa, Fla.

E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.

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

E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.

E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.

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


I


i







Nitrate of Soda..........11193


Ky. H. G. Tobacco Steamsl1194

H. G. V. C. Champion Cit-
rus Compound..........1195

H. G. V. C. Fruit and Vine. 1196

H. G. V. C. Tip Top To-
mato Trucker.......... 1197


Simon Pure No. 2........ 1198

Gem Sweet Potato No. 1.. 1199

Mapes' Fruit and Vine Ma-
nure ...................1200


Mapes' Vegetable Manure.. 1201

Williams & Clark Orange
Tree ................... 1202

Amour's Sugar Cane...... 1203
1


Guaranteed Analysis. 3.00
Official Analysis.........

Guarantsed Analysis. 5.00
Official Analysis.........

Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00
Official Analysis.... 5.16

Guaranteed Analysis. 8.00
Official Analysis.... 4.87

Guaranteed Analysis. 8.00
Official Analysis.... 4.66

Guaranteed Analysis. 8.00
Official Analysis.... 7.25

Guaranteed Analysis-...
Official Analysis.... 6.50

Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00
Official Analysis..... 10.16

Guaranteed Analysis. 12.00
Official Analysis.... 13.61

Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00
Official Analysis.... 7.27
Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis.... 10.00
6.59


6.00
5.58

6.00
7.06

7.00
8.61

6.00
7.32

5.34

5.00
5.94

6.00
6.29

6.00
7.48

6.00
6.82


1.00
1.83

1.00
1.09

1.00
0.49

2.00
2.48


0.07

2.00
2.17

2.00
3.03

1.00
0.99

1.00
1.46


7.41

8.15


9.10

9.80

4.00
5.41


8.11


9.32

8.47


8.28


17.00 ..... Wilson & Toomer Fert. Co.,
18.66 ..... Jacksonville. Fla.


2.75 8.75
2.35 9.89

3.00 14.00
3.60 15.16

2.50 10.00
3.68 11.15

4.00 5.00
5.21 4.61

4.00 6.00
5.47 6.88

4.00 6.50
4.20 7.72

2.00 10.00
2.25 11.83

5.00 4.00
5.30 5.22

3.50 5.00
3.69 5.99

5.00 8.00
4.63 8.90


Wilson & Toomer Fert. Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.

Va.-Carolina Chemical Co.,
Savannah, Ga.

Va.-Carolina Chemical Co.,
Savannah, Ga.

Va.-Carolina Chemical Co,
Savannah, Ga.

E. O. Painter Fert. Co..
Jacksonville, Fla.

E. O. Painter Fert. Co..
Jacksonville, Fla.

Mapes Formula & Peruvi-
an Guano Co., New York

Mapes Formula & Peruvi-
an Guano Co., New York

Am. Agricul. Chemical Co.,
Jacksonville, 'lla

Armour Fertilizer Works,
Jacksonville, Fla.












ANALYSES OF FERTILIZERS-Continued.


NAME. OR BRAND.


:SX
00
qn3f
|5
Cd
1-


Armour's -Strawberry
Fruiter ................ 1204


Armour's Fruit and Vine.. 1205


Acid Phosphate 14 per cent 1206


Armour's Vegetable ...... 1207

Armour's Blood, Bone and
Potash ................. 1208

Armour's Watermellen
Special ............... 1209

Armour's Irish Potato
Special ............. 1210


w



G-aaranteed Analysis. 10.00
Official Analysis.... 5.78

Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00
Official Analysis... 8.15

Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00
Official Analysis.... 12.46

Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00
Official Analysis.... 9.02

Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00
Official Analysis.... 9.91

Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00
Official Analysis.... 5.64

Guarantord Analysis. 10.00
Official Analysis.... '4.62


Phosphoric



C S
41

5.00 2.00
5.76 0.74


6.00
6.73

14.00
13.69

7.00
7.16

8.00
8.37

5.00
5.65

5.00
6.05


1.00
1.14

1.00
0.42

2.00
1.25

1.00
1.85

1.00
0.88

1.00
1.31


Acid.



0 a



2.00
6.50 2.60

.... 2.50
7.87 2.66


14.11ii .....

.. 4.00
S8.41 3.69

5.00
10.22 4.89

3.00
6.53 3.14

3.50
7.36 3.45


0






10.00
8.63

11.00
8.92




6.00
6.07

7.00
7.37

8.00
8.53

8.50
9.95


BY WHOM AND WHERE
MANUFACTURED.




Armour Fertilizer Works,
Jacksonville, Fla.

Armour Fertilizer Works,
Jacksonville, Fla.

Armour Fertilizer Works,
Jacksonville, Fla.

Armour Fertilizer Works,
Jacksonville, Fla.

Armour Fertilizer Works,
Jacksonville, Fla.

Armour Fertilizer Works,
Jacksonville, Fla.

Armour Fertilizer Works,
Jacksonville, Fla.





Celery Grower ........... 1211 Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00
Official Analysis.... 6.40

Amour's Lettuce Special.. 1212 Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00
Official Analysis.... i0.48

Tomato Special .......... 1213 Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00
Official Analysis.... 4.62

Vegetable Fertilizer No. 1. 1214 Guaranteed Analysis. 5.00
Official Analysis.... 8.44
Orange Tree Germicide
and Enricher .......... 1215 Guaranteed Analysis. 5.00
Official Analysis.... 3.64

Strawberry Fertilizer..... 1216 Luaranteed Analysis. 8.00
Official Analysis.... 13.82

Orange Fruiter Special... 1217 Guaranteed Analysis. 8.00
Official Analysis.... 5.88

Fruit and Vine........... 1218 Guaranteed Analysis. 8.00
Official Analysis.... 6.80

Pineapple Manure ....... 1219 Guaranteed Analysis. 8.00
Official Analysis.... 4.56
Favorite Blood, Bone and
Potash for Vegetables... 1220 Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00
Official Analysis.... 7.85

o. 1 .................... 1221 Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00
S... ...Official Analysis.... 5.37


5.50
7.87

3.00
4.27

6.00
6.57


2.51

2.50
4.18

6.00
7.89

6.00
8.00

6.00
6.65

5.00
5.23

8.00
8.45

5.00
6.74


1.00
0.10

2.00
0.63

1.00
2.14


6.91

5.00
10.34

2.00
1.44

1.00
1.01

1.00
1.70


2.57

1.00
1.71

2.00
0.44


7.97


4.90


8.71


9.42


14.52


9.33


9.01


8.35

10.00
7.80


10.16


7.18


8.00
7.55

7.00
6.38

5.00
4.64

8.00
7.95

4.00
4.14

2.50
2.20

2.00
2.95

2.00
2.01

6.00
5.50

5.00
4.87

5.00
5.60


4.00
4.67

4.00
4.46

8.00
7.87

5.00
5.18

6.00
5.33

8.00
7.12

16.00
12.37

12.00
12.04

8.00
8.26

7.00
6.94

4.00
4.63


h a ..


Armour Fertilizer Works,
Jacksonville, Fla.

Armour Fertilizer Works,
Jacksonville, Fla.

Armour Fertilizer Works,
Jacksonville, Fla.

Germofert Manufac'ng Co.
Charleston, S. C.

Gerotfert Manufac'ng Co.
Charleston, S. C.

Tampa Fertilizer Co.,
Tampa, Fla.

Tampa Fertilizer Co.,
Tampa, Fla.

Tampa Fertilizer Co.,
Tampa, Fla.

Tampa Fertilizer Co.,
Tampa, Fla.

Sanders Fertilizer Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.

Southern Fertilizer Co.,
Orlando, Fla.










ANALYSES OF FERTILIZERS-- Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND.




Fruit and Vine.......... 1222


Vegetable Fertilizer ...... 1223

No. 4 .................... 1224

H. G. Ky Tobacco Dust... 1225


Mapes Vegetable Manure.. 1226


Mapes Pineapple Manure.. 1227

Males Fruit & Vine Ma-
nur1 o .................. 1228


Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....


10.00
6.10

10.00
9.02

10.00
8.71

10.00


112.00
113.47

10.00
9.20

10.00
8.77


Phosphoric A(



3
-5 -
w


7.00
8.83

6.00
7.28

6.00
6.98



6.00
6.61

4.00
5.28

5.00
5.39


1.00
0.56

2.00
1.30

2.00
0.32



2.00
2.83

2.00
2.30

2.00
2.49


I.

I .

II


cid.

SBY WHOM AND WHERE
MANUFACTURED.




... 2.00 12.00 Southern Fertilizer Co..
8.89 2.48 10.49 Orlando, Fla.

... 5.00 6.00 Southern Fertilizer Co.,
8.58 5.04 5.37 Orlando, Fla.

... 3.00 10.00 Southern Fertilizer Co.,
5.66 3.34 10.59 | Orlando, Fla.

.... 3.00 10.00 Armour Fertilizer Works,
2.65 9.60 Jacksonville, Fla.

5.(X) 4.(X) Mapes F. & P. G. Co., Now
9.44 4.95 5.60 York City.

5.00 5.00 Mapes F. & P. G. Co., New
7.58 5.75 5.88 York City.

2.00 10.00 Mapes F. & P. G. Co., Now
7.88 2.34 10.96 York City.


,)









Mapes Orange Tree Manure 1229


Bradley Fla. Vegetable... 1230

Bradley Spec. Fruit and|
Vine .................. 1231

Williams & Clark's Florida
Vegetable ................ 1232


Bradley's Fruit and Vine. 1233


Am. Standard Guano...... 1234

A. A. Special Bone and
Potash ................ 1235

Williams & Clark's Orange
Tree ................... 1236

Williams & Clark's Nurse-
ry Stock .............. 1237


The Ideal Fertilizer...... 1238

W. & T. Special Fruit and
Vine Manure .......... 12391


Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

Gueranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis ....


12.00
9.94

10.00
8.96

10.00
8.23

10.00
7.79

10.00
8.91

10.00
15.07


Guaranteed Analysis. .....
Official Analysis .... 5.42

Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00
Official Analysis .... 6.95

Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00
Official Analysis .... 11.58

Guaranteed Analysis. 8.00
Official Analysis .... 8.36

Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00
Official Analysis .... 8.58


6.00 2.00
6.10 4.30

6.00 1.00
6.71 1.08

5.50 3.00
6.19 1.05

6.00 1.00
6.58 1.32

5.50 3.00
6.19 0.93

8.00 2.00
8.92 2.08

12.00
11.56 1.21

6.00 1.00
7.69 1.00

8.00 1.00
8.63 1.15

5.00 1.00
6.00 1.63

6.00 1.00
6.36 0.40


10.40


- 7.79

7.24


7.90


7.12


11.00


12.77


8.69


9.78


7.63


6.76


4.00
4.40

4.00
4.40

4.25
4.20

4.00
4.07

2.25
2.53

2.00
2.71




3.50
3.37

4.50
4.22

4.00
4.81

4.00
4.09


3.00
4.11

5.00
5.25

10.00
10.39

5.00
4.92

10.00
9.95

2.00
2.09

12.00
11.83

5.00
4.98

3.00
3.65

6.00
5.41

13.00
12.58


Mapes F. & P. G. Co., New
York City.

Am. Agr. Chem. Co., Jack-
sonville, Fla.

Am. Agr. Chem. Co., Jack-
sonville, Fla.

Am. Agr. Chem. Co., Jack-
sonville, Fla.

Am. Agr. Chem. Co., Jack-
sonville, Fla.

Am. Agr. Chem. Co., Jack-
sonville, Fla.

Am. Agr. Chem. Co., Jack-
sonville, Fla.

Am. Agr. Chem. Co., Jack-
sonville, Fla.

Am. Agr. Chem. Co., Jack-
sonville, Fla.

Wilson & Toomer Fertili-
zer Co., Jacksonville, Fla.

Wilson & Toomer Fertili-
zer Co., Jacksonville, Fla.















NAME, OR BRAND.


ANALYSES OF FERTILIZERS- Continued. 80


Phosphoric Acid.

SBY WHOM AND WHERE
SS MANUFACTURED.

L ed


nteed Analysis. 10.00 6.00 .......... 6.00 6.00 Wilson & Toomer Fertili-
1 Analysis .... 9.45 6.27 0.94 7.21 7.54 5.43 zer Co., Jacksonville, Fla.









BUREAU OF FEEDSTUFFS.
SR. E. ROSE, State Chemist.
v Analyses of Special Samples under Sec. 9, act approved May 24, 1905.
r


NAME, OR BRAND.


Dried Beet Pulp ............

Shorts .......................

Coca Nut Meal ..............

Stafolife ......................

Larcenaria Tenifolia...........

Kudzu Vine Hay..............

"Lillie Bran," Lillie Mills Co...

Extracted Camphor Leaves and
Tw igs .....................


4-



20.00

10.62

10.10

12.10

21.85

28.42

9.20

26.50


4-

9.40

17.11

18.00

10.40

5.69

17.60

14.95

9.44


"i
Za


57.89

50.45

38.05

52.29

53.75

34.33

54.72

44.97


0.25

2.70

11.68

6.40

3.06

1.58

3.13

5.35


3.21

6.97

5.12

8.77

5.65

8.82

6.65

4.54


A. M. HENRY. Assistant Chemist.
(Samples taken by purchaser.)



By Whom Sent.



Wambolt & Moore, Jacksonville, Fla.

Mrs. S. T. Ambrose, Waldo, Fla.

Florida Refining Co., Jacksonville,Fla. {

Consolidated Grocery Co., Jackson-
ville, Fla.
R. E. Rose, Tallahassee, Fla.

C. E. Pleas, Chipley, Fla.

G. A. Dreka & Co., DeLand, Fla.

Consolidated Grocery Co., Jackson-
ville, Fla.










BUREAU OF FEEDSTUFFS-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND.


Purina Feed ........................
Grass Hay .........................
Shorts ............................
Kudzu Vine Hay....................
Cotton Seed Meal ...................

Pure Wheat Ship Stuff.............
Pure Wheat Bran .................


1

70 | 7.45 15.01 50.79 4.68
71 29.62 11.98 36.37 1.38
72 6.80 15.36 56.71 3.83
73 30.20 14.80 35.08 2.38
74 25.20 15.88 40.65 4.00

75 4.20 16.90 58.83 4.45
76 9.05 14.70 54.25 3.28


FROM WHOM RECEIVED.



Martel Lumber Co., Martel Fla.
Robert Carlton, Nocatee, Fla.
C. Brown & Bros. Ocala, Fla.
C. E. Please, Chipley, Fla.
The McPhail Luoilbcr (Co., Do)Funiak
Springs, Fla.
Guy R. Champlain, Jacksonville, Fla.
Guy R. Champlain, Jacksonville, Fla.


NOTICE.-The especial attention of consumers and dealers is called to the following paragraph:
Consumers desiring to avail themselves of the provisions of See. 9 of the laws providing for "Special Samples"
drawn by consumers are requested to read carefully Sec. 9 of the laws and the "Rules and Regulations governing
the taking and forwarding Special Samples of Feedstuffs and Fertilizers" found on a preceding paage of the report.
Also to compare the "official analysis" and the "market value" of various feeds sold in the State.
It will be found that in a number of cases the "market value," or price, is no criterion of lhe actual feeding
value of the goods-that in several instances the highest "market value" is placed on the most inferior goods.
Consumers should compare the guarantee tag on the bag with the table of "average composition of fcedstuffs."
In case of doubt as to the truthfulness of the guarantee, draw a sample, accordling to law aiid regulations, and
send in a tin box, sealed, to the "Commissioner of Agriculture." lPreserve I he "guarantee lags" olf the packages,
to compare with the result of the analysis of the sample by 1th State Chemist.









DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY.
ANALYSES OF FEEDSTUFFS, 1908.
R. E. ROSE, State Chemist. A. M. HENRY, Assistant Chemist.
Samples Taken by State Chemist Under Section 1,Act approved May 24, 1905.


NAME, OR BRAND.


0 a)
.c
C~


Creamo Brand Cotton Seed Meal. 441


Creamo Brand Cotton Seed Meal. 442


Imperial Brand Cotton Seed Meal 443

Sunny South Brand Cotton Seed


Guaranteed Analysis..
Official Analysis..... .

Guaranteed Analysis..
Official Analysis......

Guaranteed Analysis..
Official Analysis......


Meal ......................... 444 Guaranteed Analysis..
Official Analysis......
Macon's Mill Cotton Seed Meal... 445 Guaranteed Analysis..
Official Analysis......
Pure Wheat Bran............... 446 Guaranteed Analysis..
Official Analysis......
Pur' Wheat Bran............... 447 Guaranteed Analysis..
Official Analysis......


a, 'n



. .... 22.0030.00
19.40 21.95 34.00

28.00 22.00 .....
21.87 19.15 37.091

... 25.75 .....
21.60 22.1037.62

.... 25.00115.00
19.67136.55 38.78J

38.62
11.75 36.55 30.25

7.49 16.09 53.58
7.75 15.55 55.761

9.49 14.60 57.23
9.10114.30155.761


ADDRESS OF
MANUFACTURERS

rT4

5.00 ...Tennessee Fiber Co., Mem-
5.48 9.07 phis, Tenn.

5.00 .... Tennessee Fiber Co, Mem-
4.55 7.42 phis, Tenn.

.... ..... Grant Bros. Co.
4.48 3.85

5.00 ..... J. Lindsey Wells Co., Mem-
4.78 4.42 phis, Tenn.

. ... ..... Georgia Cotton Oil Co, Ma-
6.83 5.25 con, Ga.

4.68 ..... ,Acme Mills and Elevator Co
3.25 5.52 Hopkinsville, Ky.

3.82 .....Dunlop Milling Co., Clarks-
2.451 6.271ffiville, Tenn.













NAME OF



Blair's Bran.......


Lillie Bran.......


Bran .............


Pure Wheat Bran


Dried Beet Pulp...


Dried Beet Pulp...


Dried Beet Pulp...,


Molanco .........


ANALYSES OF FEEDSTUFFS--Continued.


so d. a
BRAND. b e

HI MI

............ 448 Guaranteed Analysis..j 9.50 14.00 54.00U 3.50
Official Analysis...... 9.40 16.35 52.451 2.98

.. ......... 449 Guaranteed Analysis.. 8.50115.00 56.50 4.00
Official Analysis...... 8.32 14.85 56.51 3.60

............. 450 Guaranteed Analysis.. ... 9.69 23.92 7.18
Official Analysis...... 8.50 14.25 55.90 2.60

............. 451 Guaranteed Analysis.. 9.00 15.50 52.00 4.50
Official Analysis...... 10.77 13.90 53.13 3.05

.... 452 Guaranteed Analysis.. 20.00 8.5060.00 0.05
Official Analysis...... 20.05 9.85 58.73 0.05

............. 453 Guaranteed Analysis.. 19.86 8.97 58.90 0.55
Official Analysis....... 19.80 9.15657.95 0.28

.. ... 454 Guaranteed Analysis.. 20.00 8.50 60.001 0.05
Official Analysis ......18.92 9.3058.401 0.08

............. 455 Guaranteed Analysis.. 8.0012.2356.80 3.21
Official Analysis...... 116.42 13.25 49.33 2.28


ADDRESS OF
MANUFACTURERS.



SBlair Milling Co., Atchison,
6.97 Kan.

SLillie Mill Co, Franklin,
5.22 Tenn.

..... Mountain City Mill Co.,
6.50 Chattanooga, Tenn.

.... J. Allen Smith & Co., Knox-
7.30 ville, Tenn.

.... German American Sugar Co.,
3.77 West Bay City, Mich.


3.05 Bay City, Mich.

..... German American Sugar Co.,
3.45 West Bay City, Mich.

..... Molasco Co., East St. Louis,
9.52 Ill.


22








Peck's Mule Feed............... 456

Protena Alfalfa Feed.............. 457

Purina Feed ................. 458

Purina Feed.................. 459

Banner Feed ................... 460

Banner Feed .................. 461

Pure Winter Wheat Middlings... 462

Pure Wheat Shorts.............. 463

Crescent Mixed Feed............ 464

Diamond C Corn and Oat Chops.. 465

Excelsior Chop Feed ........... 466


Guaranteed Analysis.. 11.90110.00 59.20
Official Analysis...... 110.30112.50 59.90
I I I I
IGuaranteed Analysis.. 14.90110.00156.001
Official Analysis...... 110.82 11.95159.211

Guaranteed Analysis.. 7.90 14.00 60.00
Official Analysis...... 6.97 12.00 61.101

Guaranteed Analysis.. 7.90 14.00 60.00
Official Analysis...... 9.32 13.05 57.59

Guaranteed Analysis.. 10.00 8.00162.001
Official Analysis.. ... 9.751 9.00163.771

Guaranteed Analysis.. 10.001 8.00 62.001
Official Analysis...... 10.321 8.75 65.001

Guaranteed Analysis .... 16.00 56.00
Official Analysis...... 5.55118.60155.951

Guaranteed Analysis..... 17.311.....
Official Analysis...... 6.12116.80157.36

IGuaranteed Analysis.. .... 12.29 61.921
Official Analysis..... .l1.47110.62160.381

IGuaranteed Analysis.. i2.00110.00158.501
Official Analysis...... 113.501 9.88 57.211

Gnaranteed Analysis..10.00 9.00160.00
[Official Analysis........ 8 951 8.90164.211


3.80 ..... Illinois Feed Mills, St. Louis,
3.40 3.35 Mo.

4.00 .... Ralston Purina Co., St.
3.03 3.72 Louis, Mo.
4.50 .... Ralston Purina Co., St.
3.68 3.00 Louis, Mo.

4.50 .... Ralston Purina C o., St.
2.80 3.97 Louis, Mo.

3.50 .... Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
2.63 3.05 Ill.

3.50 ..... Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
2.13 3.03 111.

4.00 .... unter Bros. Milling Co., St.
4.33 4.25 Louis, Mo.
4.85 ....Hennepin Mill Co., Louis-
3.70 4.65 ville, Ky.

3.28 ..... City Grain and Feed Co.,
2.39 2.571 Columbia, Tenn.

3.50 ..... Corno Mills Co., East St.
3.00 4.43 Louis, Ill.

4.20 .....Great Western Cereal Co.,
4.651 3.971 Chicazo, Ill.










ANALYSES OF FEEDSTUFFS --Continued.


NAME OF BRAND. 1.



Ground Corn and Oats.......... 467


Our Own Mixed Feed .......... 468


Star Mixed Feed ............... 469


Corn, Horse and Mule Feed .... 4701


Victor Feed ..................... 471


Fancy Feed .................... 472


Ship Stiff ...................... 473


I l mnico Feed ................... 474


I I

Guaranteed Analysis.. 5.80 10.75165.00
Official Analysis...... 4.5 9.55 66.99

Guaranteed Analysis.. 13.45 8.3160.35
Official Analysis...... 5.32 10.00 65.18

Guaranteed Analysis...... 11.5353.97
Official Analysis...... 8.52 9.05 53.76

Guaranteed Analysis.. 12.0010.0058.50
Official Analysis...... 12.17 9.83 59.23

Guaranteed Analysis.. 12.00 7.50 62.00
Official Analysis...... 9.42 8.30 65.73

Guaranteed Analysis.. 4.50 11.00 .....
Official Analysis...... 5.87 12.50 64.10

Guara;nteed Analysis...... 13.00 16.71
Official Analysis...... 6.1213.1661.98

Gn:ira:nlotd Analysis.. 3.28 0.51 67.89
Official Analysis....,..i 3.05110.71165.96


ADDRESS OF
S MANUFACTURERS.
I

5.15 .... Baker & Holmes Co., Jack-
3.34 2.02 sonville, Fla.

3.26 ..... Baker & Holmes Co., Jack-
3.08 3.92 sonville, Fla.

2.62 ..... City Grain and Feed Co., Co-
1.90 3.92 lumbia. Tenn.

3.50 ..... Corno Mills Co., East St.
3.00 3.67 Louis, Ill.

3.00.... Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
3.23 3.00 Ill.

2.00 .... City Mills Co., Columhus,Ga.
3.53 1.95

6.99 ..... Mountain City Mills Co.,,
4.20 :1.40 Chattanooga, Tenn.

9.1J. .... American I ominy Co., Indl-
I 8.781 2.801 anapolls, Ind.










Hominy Feed, or Feed Meal..... 475


Cotton Seed Meal .............. 476

Macon Mills Brand Cotton Seed
Meal ........................ 477


Cotton Seed Meal ................ 478

Durham Brand Sea Island Cotton
Seed Meal ................... 479

Sunny South Brand Cotton Seed
Meal ...................... ... 480


Ship Stuff Feed Meal .......... 481


Blair's Shorts .................. 482


Pure Wheat Middlings .......... 483


Banner Feed ...... ............. 484


Boss Corn and Oat Feed ........


Guaranteed Analysis..
Official Analysis......

Guaranteed Analysis..
Official Analysis .....

Guaranteed Analysis..
Official Analysis......

Guaranteed Analysis..
Official Analysis......

Guaranteed Analysis..
Official Analysis......

Guaranteed Analysis..
Official Analysis......

Guaranteed Analysis..
Official Analysis......

Guaranteed Analysis..
Official Analysis......

Guaranteed Analysis..
Official Analysis......

Guaranteed Analysis..
Official Analysis......

Guaranteed Analysis..
Official Analysis......


65.75 7.25
65.87 6.38


29.13 7.28


30.51 6.82 5.30


30.28 7.631 5.05


22.25 39.04]

13.00 60.00
13.90 58.51

14.50156.00
17.70 55.09

115.70 60.30
117.46 56.371

8.00 62.00
9.10170.60

9.00 62.00
9.60 64.80


5.23 4.65

5.50 .....
5.68[ 3.87

3.50 ....
4.50 4.87

4.30 3.70
5.20 4.30

3.50 ....
2.55 2.80

4.00 ...
5.28 4.05


F. H. Burch Co., Little Rock,
Rock, Ark.

Ocilla Oil and Fertz. Co.,
Ocilla, Ga.

Georgia Cotton Oil Co., Ma-
con, Ga.

Florida Cotton Oil Co., Jack-
sonville, Fla.

Florida Cotton Oil Co., Jack-
sonville, Fla.

J. Lindsay Wells Co., Mem-
phis, Tenn.

Mountain City Mill Co.,Chat-
tanooga, Tenn.

Blair Milling Co., Atchison,
Kan.

C. Becker Milling Co., Red
Bird, Ind.

Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
Ill.

Great Western Cereal Co.,
Chicago, Ill.

















NAME, OR BRAND.


Mixed (Bran) Feed .............


ow
.A.


Victor Feed .................. 487


Pure Wheat Bran ............. 488


Pure Wheat Bran ............. 489


W heat Bran ................... 490


"Lilllle Bran"................... 491


"Lllle Bran"................... 492


Cotton Seed Meal ............. 493


fALYSES OF FEEDSTUFFS-Coatinu



*



IGuaranteed Analysis.. 11.24113.42 56.00
Official Analysis...... 10.60 14.10 55.31

Guaranteed Analysis. 12.00 7.50 62.00
Official Analysis..... 12.40 7.8163.89

Guaranteed Analysis. 7.49 16.09 53.58
Official Analysis..... 7.4016.0655.22

Guaranteed Analysis. 7.49 16.09 53.58
Official Analysis..... 7.8615.45 56.08

Guaranteed Analysis. 13.5014.05050.40
Official Analysis..... 7.4517.50 54.15

Guaranteed Analysis. 8.50 15.00 56.50
Official Analysis.... 7.65 15.45 55.35

Guaranteed Analysis. 8.5015.00 56.50
Official Analysis..... 6.60 15710757.99

Guaranteed Annlysis. .....35.98 30.00
Official Analysis..... 13.12 35.28 29.811


ADDRESS OF
d MANUFACTURERS.


3.80 ....Capital Grain and Mill Co.,
3.65 4.47 Nashville, Tenn.

3.00 ..... Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
2.831 3.30 Ill.

4.68 ..... Acme Mills & Elevator Co,
4.37 5.70 Hopkinsville, Ky. c

4.68 ..... Acme Mills & Elevator Co.,
4.48 5.67 Hopkinsville, Ky.

5.60.....Wm. T. Kemper Elevator
4.40 5.50 Co., Kansas City, Mo.

4.00 .....Lillie Mill Co., Franklin,
4.43 5.40 Tenn.

4.00 .... Lillie Mill Co., Franklin,
4.35 5.23 Tenn.

9.00.....F. W. Brodo & Co., Mem-
7.10 5.07 phis, Tenn.









Cotton Seed Meal ............. 494


Forest City Feed Meal ......... 495


Cotton Seed Meal ............ 496


Cotton Seed Meal ............. 497


Cotton Seed Meal ............ 498


Ballard's Bran .................. 499


Pure Wheat Bran ............. 500


White Middlings .............. 501


Pure Wheat Middlings ........ 502


Brown Shorts ................. 503


Blair's Shorts .............. 504


Guaranteed Analysis ..... 41.12
Official Analysis..... 7.52 42.80

Guaranteed Analysis. ... 23.00
Official Analysis..... 18.83 24.00

Guaranteed Analysis. ..... 38.52
Official Analysis..... 8.52 40.80

Guaranteed Analysis. ..38.62
Official Analysis.. 6.75 42.10

Guaranteed Analysis. .. 38.6i
Official Analysis..... 8.92140.10


Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis.....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis.....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis.....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis.....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis.....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis.....


29.49 6.90 6.12

30.00 4.50 ... .
36.56 6.25 4.65


27.49 9.90 5.82


25.82 9.32 6.78


129.11


8.40 15.25 38.59
8.77 16.41 53.35

9.49 14.60 57.23
9.42 14.48 55.27

.... 17.39 55.10
3.40 16.32 62.43

.... 115.93 56.09
4.60 15.97 60.42

6.00 15.00 60.83
5.87 15.85 59.76

9.00 14.50 56.00
5.05119.13157.10


Lathrop Cotton Oil Co.,
Hawkinsville, Ga.

Southern Cotton Oil Co.,
Savannah, Ga.

Florida Cotton Oil Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.

Piedmont Oil and Refining
Co., Faunsdale, Ala.

Montezuma Mfg. Co., Mon-
tezuma, Ga.

Ballard & Ballard Co., Lou-
isville, Ky. u

Dunlop Milling Co., Clarks-
ville, Tenn.

Acme Mills & Elevator Co.,
Hopkinsville, Ky.

Dunlop Milling Co., Clarks-
ville, Tenn.

Atlanta Milling Co., At-
lanta, Ga.

Blair Milling Co., Atchison,
Kan.










ANALYSES OF FEEDSTUFFS-Continued.


00
NAME, OR BRAND. g i I



Pure Wheat Ship Stuff ......... 505 Guaranteed Analysis. 6.00 16.00 56.00 4.00 .....
Official Analysis..... 4.25 16.5059.19 5.04 3.S2
Ship Stuff .................... 506 Guaranteed Analysis. 5.80 16.80 56.50 5.10 4.40
Official Analysis..... 5.15 19.20 54.81 5.37 4.42
Cotton Seed Meal .............507 Guaranteed Analysis ... 25.00 ...............
Official Analysis..... 18.27 25.01 35.20 7.11 4.89
Upland Cotton Seed Meal ...... 508 Guaranteed Analysis. .... 32.00 ..... .........
Official Analysis..... 11.97 37.03 29.33 7.95 5.69
Rice Bran .................... 509 Guaranteed Analysis. ....... ..... ..........
Official Analysis..... 8.5714.85 47.68111.30 8.58
Dried Beet Pull) ............... 510 Guarantood Analysis. 20.00 8.50 60.00 0.05 .....
Official Analysis..... 19.12 10.53 57.25 0.90 3.65
(orno lorse and Mule Feed.... 511 Guaranteed Analysis. 12.00 10.00 58.50 3.50.....
Official Analysis ..... 10.2513.40 58.47 2.88 4.10

Cramonn Dairy ]'old ............ 512 Guarmanlied Analy1ls. 17.50 1:.00 50.00 3.50 .....
Offivlal Analysis..... 15.25112.11 55.781 3.54 4.07


ADDRESS OF
MANUFACTURERS



Tennessee Milling Co., Es-
till Springs, Tenn.

Sweet Springs Milling Co.,
Sweet Springs, Mo.

Florida Cotlon Oil Co., Tal- ,
lahassee, Fla.

Valdosta Oil Co., Valdosta,
Ga.

J. M. Cobb.


German-Amorican SiugarCo.
West aly City, Mich.

Corno Mills Co., East St.
Louis, Il1.

Corno Mills Co., East St.
Louis, Ill.









Protena Alfalfa Feed .......... 51V


Purina Feed ................. 514


Purina Feed ................. 515


Boss Corn and Oat Feed........ 516


Banner Feed ................. 517


Banner Feed .................. 518


Good Luck Feed ............... 519


Peck's Mule Feed ............. 520


Peck's Mule Feed ............. 521


Victor Feed ................... 522


"Molasco" ................. ..... 523


Guaranteed Analysis. 11.90
Offivial Analysis..... 9.05

Guaranteed Analysis. 7.90
Official Analysis..... 8.30

Guaranteed Analysis. 7.90
Official Analysis..... 8.65

Guaranteed Analysis. 11.00
Official Analysis..... 9.75

Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00
Official Analysis..... 9.25

Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00
Official Analysis..... 9.05

Guaranteed Analysis. 11.90
Official Analysis..... 10.55

Guaranteed Analysis. 11.90
Official Analysis..... 14.30

Guaranteed Analysis. 11.90
Official Analysis..... 6.00

Guaranteed Analysis. 12.00
Official Analysis...... 9.80

Guaranteed Analysis. 8.00
Official Analysis..... 17.62


|10.00 59.20 3.80
11.50 64.81 3.92

7.5062.00 3.00
8.95 65.57 2.68

12.23 56.80 3.27
14.55143.96 2.36


Ralston Purina Co., St.
Louis, Mo.

Ralston Purina Co., St.
Louis, Mo.

Ralston Purina Co., St.
Louis, Mo.

Great Western Cereal Co.,
Chicago, Ill.

Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
Ill.

Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
Ill.

Good Luck Mills, St. Louis,
Mo.

Illinois Feed Mills, St.
Louis, Mo.

Illinois Feed Mills, St.
Louis, Mo.

Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
Ill.

Molasco Co., East St. Louis,
Ill.










ANALYSES OF FEEDSTUFFS-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND.



Feed Stuff ....................


Danco Feed ..................


Danco Feed .................


Corno Hen Feed ..............


Brown Shorts ................


l'urina Feed ...................


Purina Poultry Feed ..........


Sucrene 1)alry Feed ...........


I

i


0
O 0


524 Guaranteed Analysis. 5.46 12.00
Official Analysis..... 6.02 11.50

525 Guaranteed Analysis. 3.28 9.52
Official Analysis..... 4.77 13.25

526 Guaranteed Analysis. 3.28 9.52
Official Analysis..... 4.65 10.67

527 Guaranteed Analysis. 2.30 10.00
Official Analysis..... 2.20 11.14

528 Guaranteed Analysis. 6.00 15.00
Official Analysis..... 5.42 15.20

529 Guaranteed Analysis. 7.90 14.00
Official Analysis..... 8.15 12.40

530 Guarantood Analysis. 4.00 11.00
Official Analysis..... 2.80 11.41

531 ~ iarantled Analysis. 11.75 16.50
Offlical Analysis..... 110.09117.05


0


55.23
61.54|

67.891
61.16

67.89
65.70

70.00
68.56

60.83
60.98

60.00
59.43

65.00
68.09

48.671
48.671


.C
.j m


3.30 .....
2.85 8.07

9.42 ....
7.78 2.37

9.42 .....
6.631 2.20

3.70 ...
2.63 1.50

4.00 .....
3.981 3.40

4.50 ...
3.85| 3.27

3.60 .....
3.401 2.00

4.531 .40.
4.53| 7.40


ADDRESS OF
MANUFACTURERS



Cornelia Mills, Jacksonville,
Fla.

Dahnke-Walker Milling Co.,
Union City, Tenn.

Dahnke-Walker Milling Co.,
Union City, Tenn.

Corno Mills Co., East St.
Louis, ll.

Atlanta Milling Co., At-
lanta, Ga.

Ralston P'rlina Co., St.
Louis, Mo.

Ralston Purina Co., St.
Louis, Mo.

Amerlcan. Milling Co., Phil-
adelphia, Pa.








Sucrene Horse, Mule and Ox
Feed ........................ 5


Victor Feed ................... 5

Pure .Wheat Bran .............. 5

Pure Wheat Bran .............. 5

Shorts ........................ 5


Pure Wheat Shorts ............ 5

Durham Corn and Oat Feed..... 5

Protena Alfalfa Feed .......... 5

Cotton Seed Meal ................ 5

Cotton Seed Meal .............. 5


32 Guaranteed Analysis. 13.50
Official Analysis..... 10.02

33 Guaranteed Analysis. 12.00
Official Analysis..... 12.20

34 Guaranteed Analysis. 7.49
Official Analysis..... 6.87

35 Guaranteed Analysis. 7.49
Official Analysis..... 7.32

36 Guaranteed Analysis. 6.25
Official Analysis..... 6.37

37 Guaranteed Analysis. 6.00
Official Analysis..... 5.50

38 Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00
Official Analysis..... 9.30

39 Guaranteed Analysis. 11.90
Official Analysis..... 10.17

40 Guaranteed Analysis. .....
Official Analysis..... 17.65

41 Guaranteed Analysis. 7.00
Official Analysis..... 4.97
I


10.00 52.451
12.45 54.65

7.50 62.001
8.25 63.03

16.09 53.58
15.27 57.47

16.09 53.58
15.71 56.62

15.50 61.25
20.00 53.19

16.00 48.00
15.92 59.81

9.00 60.00
9.21 64.92

12.30 56.00
12.29 61.471

25.00 .... .
23.92 36.08

43.00 24.00
44.54125.07


... .American Milling Co., Phil-
6.46 adelphia, Pa.

.... Quaker Oats Co., Chicago,
3.30 Ill.

c... me Mills & Elevator Co.,
5.62 Hopkinsville, Ky.

..... Acme Mills & Elevator Co.,
5.80 Hopkinsville, Ky.

Wm. T. Kemper Elevator
5.77 Co., Kansas City, Mo.

.... Liberty Mills, Nashville, c
4.27 Tenn.

.. Great Western Cereal Co.,
3.10 Chicago, Ill.

.... Ralston Purina Co., St.
4.42 Louis, Mo.

... Florida Cotton Oil Co, Tal-
4.85 lahassee, Fla.

7.00 Marianna Mfg. Co., Marli
6.85 anna Fla.













NAME, OR BRAND.



Cotton Seed Meal ..............

Cotton Seed Meal (medium
grade) ......................


Cotton Seed Meal, Prime Brand..


Cotton Seed Meal, Prime Brand..


Cotton Seed Meal, Creamo Brand


Cotton Seed Meal, Creamo Brand


Cotton Seed Meal, Creamo Brand


DaTisy Dairy Feed ..............


ANALYSES OF FEEDSTUFFS-Continued.


S d ADDRESS OF
NO d S 1 MANUFACTURERS.
0 0
a _r
542 Guaranteed Analysis. ..... 38.62 ............. McCaw Mfg. Co., Macon,
Official Analysis..... 8.35 40.10 28.05 8.93 5.70 Ga.

543 Guaranteed Analysis. ..... 38.62 ..... .......... Peoples Cotton Oil Co.,
Official Analysis..... 10.62 40.07 29.92 5.93 6.15 Selma, Ala.

544 Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00 38.50 24.00 8.00 .. .. 1. Walker, Broker. Mor-
Official Analysis.... 12.45 37.82 29.08 6.65 5.901 phis, Tenn.

545 Guaranteed Analysis. 10.00 38.50 24.00 8.00 ..... J. T. Walker, Broker, Mem
Official Analysis..... 12.00 38.83 29.22 5.S3. 6.02 phlis, Tenn.

546 Guaranteed Analysis. ..... 22.00 30.00 5.00 ..... T( nnssee Fiber Co., Mem
Official Analysis..... 20.90 23.96 36.45 5.20 4.021 phis, Tenn.

547 Guaranteed Analysis. ... 22.00 30.00; 5.00 ..... Tennessee Fiber Co., Mem-
Official Analysis. ..... 22.05 21.67137.891 462 4.45, phis, Tenn.

548 Guaranteed Analysis ..... 22.00 30.001 .00 .... T'nnessee Fiber Co., Mem-
Official Analysis .... 22.65 21.10138.211 4.78 4.20 phls, Tenn.

549 Guarannled Analysis. 9.00 14 00 5S.00 3.00 ... l(reat Western Cereal Co.,
Official Analysis ..... 11.02110 05156.46 1.791 7.001 Chiengo, Ill.








Peerless Feed, Pure Wheat Bran!

"Lilly Bran"..................

Brown Shorts ..................

Pure Wheat Shorts ............

M iddlings .....................

Invincible Feed ...............

Dried Beet Pulp ...............

Peck's Mule Feed .............

Purina Feed ..................

Ship Stuff .....................

Cotton Seed Meal ..............
j


550 Guaranteed Analysis .... 14.66 63.58 4.33 ..... Crescent Milling Co., Hop-
Official Analysis..... 7.07 15.88 55.85 5.05 5.351 kinsville, Ky.

551 Guaranteed Analysis. 8.50115.0056.50 4.00 .....illie Mill Co., Franklin,
Official Analysis..... 7.4715.40 56.01 5.03 5.321 Tenn.

552 Guaranteed Analysis. 6.015.0060.83 4.00 .....Atlanta Milling Co., At
Official Analysis..... 3.50 14.7063.97 3.83 2.85 lanta, Ga.
553 Guaranteed Analysis. 6.00 16.00 56.001 4.001..... Tennessee Mill Co., Estill
Official Analysis..... 3.8016.58 58.94 5.281 3.50 Springs, Tenn.

554 guaranteed Analysis. 5.50 16.0057.00 4.50 .....H. C. Cole Milling Co.,Chs-
Official Analysis..... 3.5217.29159.86 4.93 3.651 ter, Ill.

555 Guaranteed Analysis. 8.00114.64 63.54 4.30 .... Climax Milling Co., hIop-
Official Analysis..... 7.07114.88158.081 4.551 5.251 kinsville, Ky.

556 Guaranteed Analysis. 20.00 8.50160.00 0.051 ... .iGerman-American Sugar-Co.
Official Analysis..... 18.22 9.52157.89 0.73 4.02 West Bay City, Mich.

557 Guaranteed Analysis. 11.9010.0059.2 3.80 ..... Illinois Feed Mills, St.
Official Analysis..... 12.35 11.67 55.761 4.60 4.07 Louis, Mo.

558 Guaranteed Analysis. 7.90 14.00 60.00 4.50 ..... alston Purina Co., St.
Official Analysis..... 9.8513.1658.511 4.23 3.70! Louis, Mo.

559 Guaranteed Analysis. q.50 13.00 58.621 4.00 ..... Atlanta Milling Co., At-
|Official Analysis ..... 5.75113.78160.85 4.58 4.021 lanta, Ga.

560!Guaranteed Analysis. .... 62 .....38 Thie Buckeyo Cotton Oil Co.
IOfficial Analysis ..... 8.52141.03127.701 7.65! 5.901 Macon, Ga.









ANALYSES OF FEEDSTUFFS-Continued.


NAME, OR BRAND. d
00
o


Cotton Seed Meal .............. 561


Pure Wheat Bran.............. 562


Pure Wheat Bran.............. 563


Bran ......................... 564


Pure Wheat Bran.............. 565


Pure Wheat Bran.............. 566


Pu.re Wheat Bran.............. 567


Pure Wheat Bran and Shorts.. 568


Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis.....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis.....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis.....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis.....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis.....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis.....

Guaranteed Analysis.
Official Analysis.....


'a

ADDRESS OF
S4 4 MANUFACTURERS.
!

... 38.62 ...... ........ Sparta Oil Mill, Sparta, Ga.
8.42 39.80 27.35 10.58 6.051

7.49 16.09 53.58 4.68 .... Acme Mills and Elevator
7.32 16.10 55.73 4.00 5.70[ Co., Hopkinsvile, Ky.

7.49 16.09 53.58 4.68|..... Acme Mills and Elevator
6.20 15.32 57.46 4.00 4.871 Co., Hopkinsville, Ky.

9.50 14.50 5400 3.75 ....H. C. Cole Milling Co.,
9.20 15.53 52.57 4.43 6.75 Chester, Ill.

9.50 14.50 50.00 4.00 .... Cumberland Mills,
9.01 14.57 54.02 4.381 7.27 Nashville, Tenn.

9.49 14.60 57.23 4.06 .... The Dunlap Milling Co.,
9.00 14.52 55.08 3.80 6.50 Clarksvllle, Tcnn.

9.50 14.50 54.00 5.00 ..... Tennrssee Milling Co.,
7.77 14.74 56.16 3.33 6.00 Estlll Spriins, TPnn.

7.64 14.94 58.28 4.461 4.68 1arnot, Denton & Lynn
6.42 14.60 57.91 4.10 5.00 Co., Dalton, Ga.




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