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Title: Orange blossoms
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 Material Information
Title: Orange blossoms
Alternate Title: Orange blossom
Physical Description: 25 v. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida Citrus Production Credit Association
Publisher: Florida Citrus Production Credit Association,
Florida Citrus Production Credit Association
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Publication Date: September 1946
Frequency: irregular
completely irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Oranges -- Marketing -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
Oranges -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Genre: periodical   ( marcgt )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1, (May 1942)-v. 25, no. 8 (Nov. 1967).
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 16 repeated in numbering.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00086633
Volume ID: VID00017
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 45618176
lccn - sn 00229153

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VOL. 5, No. 2


427 S. ORANGE AVE., ORLAND)O, FLO!


13TH ANNUAL CITRUS GROWERS INSTITUTE
SPONSORED BY LAKE COUNTY HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY
DIRECTED BY FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE

A MESSAGE FROM DIRECTOR A. P. SPENCER

"The opportunity to renew the Annual Citrus Growers' Institute
at Camp McQuarrie fulfills a desire that we have had in mind
during the war years. The Institute has served a magnificent
purpose in the interest of citrus growers, together with re-
creation and good fellowship among others working on citrus
for the best interests of Florida.

"The program committee has selected subjects in keeping with
the times and personnel well informed. The opportunities for
advancement in production, processing, and marketing of cit-
rus are apparently without limit, and there seems to be no
stopping place if intelligent effort is used and it is the
purpose of this Institute to encourage and present the best
information available.

"The citrus growers, county agents, extension staff and re-
search workers are largely due the credit for the success and
approval of all that has happened. 'Such cooperation will al-
ways produce worthwhile results. The Agricultural Extension
Service welcomes this unusual opportunity."


"UNCLE"
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MONDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 2

8:00 AUDITORIUM
"GREETINGS" by A. P. Spencer, Director, Florida Agricultur-
al Extension Service
GET ACQUAINTED ANNOUNCEMENTS
ENTERTAINMENT -- W. T. Nettles, Extension Service District
Agent and Camp Director, Presiding


TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3

7:45 a. m. BREAKFAST
8:45 ANNOUNCEMENTS -- W. T. Nettles, Presiding
WELCOME -- Karl Lehmann, Secretary, Lake
County Chamber of Commerce
Today's Program will be featured by talks from Staff Mem-
bers of the U. S. Subtropical Fruit Field Station at
Orlando, Florida -- Dr. F. E. Gardner, Presiding.

9:00 "POLLINATION EXPERIMENTS WITH THE HAMLIN ORANGE" --
Dr. P. C. Reece

"TRUNK AND ROOT DISEASES OF CITRUS" --
Dr. J. F. L. Childs

"INFLUENCE OF TYPE OF BLOOM ON CROP SET IN ORANGES,
GRAPEFRUIT AND TANGERINES" --
Dr. P. C. Reece

"AMOUNT AND TYPE OF BLOOM IN RELATION TO NITROGEN
APPLICATION" --
Dr. F. E. Gardner

12:00 NOON DINNER

1:30 "BREEDING OF CITRUS FOR NEWT AND IMPROVED VARIETIES"--
E. M. Savage

"SEASONAL CHANGES IN SOLIDS, ACID, PALATABILITY OF
VARIETIES OF CITRUS" --
Dr. P. L. Harding

"FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO GREEN MOLD INFECTION AND
DECAY OF ORANGES" --
G. A. Meckstroth

"DECAY CONTROL OF CITRUS" --
Dr. J. R. Winston

4:30 ADJOURN -- SWI2MING, BOATING, RECREATION
Victor Larsen in charge

6:15 SUPPER

8:00 SONGS AND ENTERTAINMENT .
"NATIVE PLANT LIFE",an illus-
trated lecture by Dr. H. Harold '
Hume, Provost for Agriculture, j P\
University of Florida ,--2


REGISTRATION
2:00 6:00 p.m.

H. H. Hethcox
Registrar


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WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 4


7:45 a. m. BREAKFAST
8:45 ANNOUNCEMENTS -- W. T. Nettles, presiding.

This morning's program will feature some of the economic
phases of the citrus industry E. F. DeBusk, presiding.

9:00 "THE FUTURE FOR FRESH CITRUS" Dr. J. Wayne Reitz,
Economic Counsel, United Growers & Shippers Ass'n.

"HOW MUCH CITRUS IS TOO MUCH?" -- Dr. J. L. Heid,
Research Engineer, Florida Citrus Canners Co-
operative, Lake Wales, Florida.

"PRICES" -- Dr. H. G. Hamilton, Professor of
Marketing, Florida College of Agriculture

12:00 NOON DINNER

1s30 "POSSIBLE NATIONAL LEGISLATION AFFECTING CITRUS" --
Porter Taylor, Executive Secretary, Fresh Fruit
and Vegetable Section, American Farm Bureau
Federation.

"THE WORK OF YOUR CITRUS COMMISSION" -- Robert C.
Evans, Secretary, Florida Citrus Commission

"THE PLACE OF THE EXPRESS SHIPPER IN THE CITRUS
INDUSTRY" -- J. S. Allen, Pioneer Lake County
Express Shipper.
"WHAT BECOMES OF CITRUS FERTILIZERS" -- Dr. 0. C.
Bryan, Technical Director, Soil Science Foundation


ADJOURN -- RECREATION -- Victor Larsen in charge
SUPPER
SONGS AND ENTERTAINMENT
"GOVER-RENT PROGRAMS: THEORY and PRACTICE" --
J. R. Greenman, Associate Economist, Florida
College of Agriculture.


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THURSDAY
September 5

7:45 BREAKFAST
8:45 ANNOUNCE-
MENTS

W. T. Nettles,
Presiding


Today's program
will be.
featured by talks
from the staff
.f the
Citrus Experiment Station at Lake Alfred, Dr. A. F. Camp, presiding.

9:00 a. m. "TRENDS IN SPRAY SCHEDULES FOR FLORIDA CITRUS" -- W. L. Thompson

"THE EFFICIENCY OF GROVE SPRAYING FROM A COVERAGE STANDPOINT" -- Dr. J. B. Redd

"PROGRESS REPORT ON STUDIES ON PARASITES AND PREDATORS OF SCALE INSECTS" --
Dr. J. T. Griffiths


12:00

1s30 p. m.









4:30
6:15
8:00




7:45 a. m.


"REPORT ON CITRUS DECLINE STUDIES" -- Dr. R. F. Suit

NOON DINNER

"RELATION OF FOLIAGE AND FRUIT ANALYSIS TO THE FERTILIZER REQUIREMENTS OF CITRUS"
Dr. B. R. Fudge V

"RELATION OF VJETTING RESISTANCE IN CITRUS SOILS TO THE EFFICIENCY OF IRRIGATION
ON SANDY SOILS" -- Dr. V. C. Janison

"THE STATUS OF THE CITRUS DECAY CONTROL PROGRAM" -- Dr. B. F. Hopkins

"DRAINAGE AND IRRIGATION PROBLEMS ON THE EAST COAST" -- Dr. T. W. Young

ADJOURN -- RECREATION -- Victor Larsen in charge.
SUPPER
SONGS AND ENTERTAINMENT
"A TRIP THRU PARTS OF SOUTH AMERICA" -- an illustrated lecture by Dr. A. F. Camp

FRIDAY, September 6

BREAKFAST
ANNOUNCEMENTS PLANS FOR NEXT YEAR
ADJOURN -- W. T. Nettles, Presiding


INSTITUTE STAFF:
W. T. Nettles, Extension District Agent, Institute Director
R. E. Norris, Lake County Agricultural Agent, Institute Manager
Mrs. Lucie K. Miller, Lake County Home Demonstration Agent, Institute Hostess
H. H. Hethcox, Umatilla, Institute Registrar
Al. II. Whitmore, Secretary, Florida Citrus Production Credit Association, Publicity
Victor Larsen, City of Leesburg Recreation Director, Director of Recreation
Louis Murraro and his Accordion will provide special music.




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