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Title: Orange blossoms
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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: August 1947
Frequency: irregular
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Subject: Oranges -- Marketing -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
Oranges -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Genre: periodical   ( marcgt )
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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: VID00019
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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14th ANNUAL CITRUS GROWERS' INSTITUTE
DIRECTED BY FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE

A MESSAGE FROM DIRECTOR H. G. CLAYTON:

The Florida Agricultural Extension Service extends a
hearty invitation to you to attend the 14th Annual Citrus
Growers' Institute at Camp McQuarrie. The Institute affords
an opportunity to gain much useful information about the
several phases of the citrus industry. On the program you
will find a list of timely subjects with well qualified
speakers in charge of instruction and subject matter.

We feel sure the program committee has done an out-
standing job in securing so many recognized authorities on
one program and we want every citrus grower who can possibly
do so, to take full advantage of this opportunity.

There will be recreation and good fellowship. You
will renew friendships and acquaintances and make new friends.
This is truly a growers' event and we trust you will make
your plans to attend.


DIRECTOR H. G. CLAYTON
Florida Extension
Service


DOCTOR H. HAROLD HUME,
Provost for Agriculture,
University of Florida
and Dean of the Florida
College of Agriculture,
who will address the
Citrus Institute Tues-
day at 8:00 p. m.


DIRECTOR HAROLD MOWRY
of the Florida Agri-
cultural Experiment
Station, whose organi-
zation contributes much
to the success of the
Citrus Institute programs,
will introduce Dean Hume
Tuesday at 8:00 p. m.






Monday, August 2
200-600 p. a. Registration H. H. Hethcox,
Registrar
6:15 Supper MESS HALL
8:00 Auditorium Get Acquainted,
K. S. McMullen, in charge
Greetings H. G. Clayton,
Director, Florida Agricultural
SExtension Service

Tuesday, August 26

7s45 a. m. Breakfast MESS HALL
i8:5 Auditorium Announcements
Welcome Karl Lehmann, Secretary
Lake County Chamber of Commerce
REUTHER
9:00 "RELATION OF POLLINATION TO FRUIT
SET IN CITRUS" -- Dr. P. C. Reece, USDA Subtropical
SFruit Field Station, Orlando

"FOLIAGE DISEASES OF CITRUS AND THEIR CONTROL" -
Dr. J. F. L. Childs, USDA, Orlando

"IRON CHLOROSIS OF CITRUS" Dr. Walter Reuther,
USDA, Orlando

"FRUIT CREASING IN RELATION TO MOISTURE AND OTHER
FACTORS" Dr. Enston V* Miller, USDA, Orlando
MILLER
12:00 Dinner NESS HALL

1:30 "CITRUS DICAI CONTROL THROUGH BETTER
HANDLING METHODS" Dr. J. R. Winston, USDA, Orlando

"EFFECTS AND COMPARISONS OF CITRUS ROOTSTOCKS" -
Dr. F. E. Gardner and Dave White, USDA, Orlando
"SOME OBSERVATIONS OF THE CONTROL OF CITRUS PESTS BY
TREE SNAILS IN LAKE COUNTY" R. E. Norris, Lake
County Agricultural Agent

"THE INFLUENCE OF SOIL TREATMENT ON THE COMPOSITION
OF CITRUS LEAVES" Dr. 0. C. Bryan, Technical
Director, Soil Science Foundation
WINSTON
S 30 ADJOURN -- Swimming Boating -
Recreation
S6:15 Supper MESS HALL
8SOO An Address by Doctor H. Harold Hume,
Provost for Agriculture, University of Florida
S (Dean Hume will be introduced by Director Harold
Mowry of the Florida Agricultural Experiment Station)
t Songs and Entertainment


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Bob Norris,
AINESVILLE Lake County Agent
Institute Manager

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SSecretary-Treasurer,
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T.oo D R Institute Hostess

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INSTITUTE STAFF
K. S. McMullen, Extension District Agent, Institute Director
R. E. Norris, Lake County Agricultural Agent, Institute Manager
A. H. Whitmore, Secretary-Treasurer, Florida Citrus Production Credit Association, Publicity
Director
H. H. Hethcox, Lake County Grower, Registrar
Mrs. Gladys Kendall, Volusia County Home Demonstration Agent, Institute Hostess
Joe E. Brown, Camp Director and Chef
Bob Gest, Director of Recreation and Waterfront Activities
Louis Murraro and his accordion will furnish music

COOPERATING AGENCIES
Florida Agricultural Experiment Station
Florida State Department of Agriculture
Florida Citrus Commission
Florida State Marketing Bureau
Florida Farm Bureau
Florida Citrus Production Credit Association
U. S. Department of Agriculture
Farm Credit Administration
Other Agricultural Agencies

* * -


K, S. Yc llen
Institute Director





Thursday, #ugust 28

7t;5 a. a. Breakfast MESS HALL
8: 4 Auditorium Announceents

9:00 INTRODUCTORY REMARKS Dr. A. F.
Camp, Vice-Director, Citrus Experiment Station
"SOME NEW INSECTICIDES FOR USE IN CITRUS GROVES" -
T. L. Thompson, Citrus Experiment Station

"THE LIFE CYCLE OF SCALE INSECTS IN RELATION TO THE
CONTROL PROGRAM" Dr. J. T. Griffiths, Citrus Ex-
periment Station GRIFFITHS

"FACTORS AFFECTING OIL DEPOSITS IN SCALE SPRAYING" -
C. R. Stearns, Jr., Citrus Experiment Station

"FOOT ROT AND WATER DAMAGE AS MAJOR FACTORS IN SO-
CALLED CITRUS DECLINE" Dr. R. F. Suit, Citrus
Experiment Station

"STATUS OF TRISTEZA INVESTIGATIONS" Dr . F Camp,
Citrus Experiment Station

12:00 Dinner MESS HALL

1:30 p. a* "THE UTILIZATION OF FERTILIZER BY
CITRUS" Dr. B. R. Fudge, Citrus Experiment Station SUIT

"PROGRESS REPORT ON ARSENIC SPRAY STUDIES" H. J.
Reitz, Citrus Experiment Station

"THE FRUIT QUALITY PROBLEM" J. W. Sites, Citrus
Experiment Station

3:00 "PRODUCING QUALITY FRUIT" A panel
discussion, led by Dr. J. Wayne Reits, Economic Counsel,
United Growers and Shippers Association, Orlando

4:30 ADJOURN Boating, Swiming -
Recreation
6:l5 Supper MESS HALL
8:00 Auditorium Announcements Recreation
FUDGE
Frid Augut 29

7:45 a. a. Breakfast MESS HALL
8:45 Auditorium Announcements
Plans for next Institute
ADJOURN


REITZ


THOMPSON


STEARNS


SITES






WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27

7s45 a. a. Breakfast MESS HALL
8s45 Auditorium Announcements


9:00
Dr. J. Wayne
and Shippers


"THE FUTURE OF CITRUS MARKETING" -
Reits, Economic Counsel, United Growers
Association


"TRENDS IN THE PROCESSING INDUSTRY" Dr. H. G.
Hamilton, Professor of Marketing, College of Agri-
culture

"TRENDS IN RECENT GROVE PLANTINGS IN FLORIDA" Dr.
C. V. Noble, Agricultural Economist, Florida Ex-
periment Station

"GROWTH AND TRENDS IN THE EXPRESS FRUIT BUSINESS" -
Al Voges, Secretary, Florida Express Shippers Ass'n.


12:00


Dinner MESS HALL


1:30 p. a. "A PROGRAM FOR MEETING CREDIT NEEDS
OF FLORIDA CITRUS GROWERS" Harry L. Brown, District
Agent, Farm Credit Administration of Columbia

"THE KIND OF QUALITY THAT CANNERS WANT" -- Dr. Ralph
L. Miller, Manager of Research and By-Products De-
partment, Plymouth Citrus Growers Association and
Secretary, Florida State Horticultural Society

"THE CITRUS SCHOOL AT FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE" -
Dr. James B. Redd, Director


4s30

6,t15
8:00
LINGS" An
Club Boys


ADJOURN Boating Fishing -
Recreation
Supper MESS HALL
"PLANTING AND GROWING CITRUS SEED-
Illustrated Program by Umatilla 4-H


Songs and Entertainment


HAMILTaO


NOBLE


REITZ


BROWN


VOGES


MILLER


REDD





CAMP FACILITIES


Camp facilities are available for all members of the family. Small cottages,
each holding 10 persons are available for men, women and children.

Persons visiting the Institute overnight should bring pillows, sheets, and
blankets. There is no charge for the use of sleeping accomodationa as long as they
last. Reservations are the best way to be sure of accommodations.

Persons desiring to bring house trailers are invited to do so.

Auditoriums The auditorium has been sealed and is well ventilated.

Recreation: The Institute provides a trained recreation leader who is a
Red Cross Life Saving Instructor. Swimming, boating, horseshoes, volley ball, songs,
games and lectures will be provided for the entertainment of persons attending the
Institute. Moving pictures of special interest will be shown throughout the week.

PLEASE MAKE RESERVATIONS EARLY

PERSONS DESIRING RESERVATIONS SHOULD MAIL THE ATTACHED FORM TO:
R. E. NORRIS, COUNTY AGENT
TAVARES, FLORIDA

$1.00 RESERVATION FEE FOR EACH PERSON SHOULD ACCOMPANY YOUR APPLICATION.

MAKE ALL CHECKS PAYABLE TO THE CITRUS GROWERS INSTITUTE.

COSTS: Persons staying from Monday supper through Friday breakfast -
$7.50 Individual meals .75#

In case of cancellation of reservation, reservation fees will be refunded only if
cancellation is made by Wednesday, August 20, 1947.



RESERVATION

Mail to R. E. Norris, County Agent Monday to Friday
Tavares, Florida August 25-29, 1917


Please make reservations for me at the Citrus Growers Institute to be held
at Camp McQuarrie. I enclose $ reservation fee which will be credited to
me when I register at camp. There will be men, women, children
in our party.

I (own), (operate) acres of citrus groves in County.


Signed:


Address:




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