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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 1948
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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: VID00021
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Sr/3 -FOR 19i8 EEPIZG CITRUS A PROFITABLE BUSINESS
/ OFFICIAL PROGRAM CITRUS OReOERS INSTITUS














Vol. 7 August 1948 No. 2
MDNDAY TO FRIDAY
AUGUST 30 TO SEPTEMBER 3

N ONDAM TAIUUST 30
2:00 6100 P. M. REGIISTRATION
.H.H. HETHC.C REGISTRAR
6s15 SUPPER MESS HALL

8AGR L AUDITORIUM GET ACQUAINTED
BOB NORRIS
R. E. NORRIS, IN CHARGE IAKE COUNTY AGENT
INSTITUTE MANAGER
NAT W EQ N, ENTERTAINMENT

H. G. CIATON9 DIRECTOR
AGRICULTURAL EIPTENSION
The Florida Agricultural Extension Service extends a most cordial invitation to you
to attend the 15th Annual Citrus Growers Institute at Camp cMQuarrie. In view of the prob-
lems which now confront citrus growers, we feel this Institute will be of great benefit to
the citrus industry.
The program committee has built the p ram around the them "Keeping Citrus a Profit-
able Business." The latest and best avail 1 information on marn timely subjects will be
presented by well qualified speakers. The pro am, together with the personal contacts with
other growers and with the researcieople, e this a most valuable week for every
grower who attends. *, ?ae
We sincerely hope th you wilj ke 8la to attend and we will look forward to see-
ing you at Camp Me

FOR I FOR

PROFIT FUN


CAMP MCQUARRIE IN THE OCALA NATIONAL FOREST





KEEPING CITRUS A PROFITABLE BUSINESS
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 2

7*1 Breakfast Mess Hall
8 8s Auditorium Announcements
K. S. McMullen, in Charge
Dr. A. F. Camp, Chairman-
Address T. G. Mixson, President First National
Bank, St. Petersburg, and Chairman, Citrus Coma-
ittee, Florida Bankers Association.

Address Harold Mowry, Director, Florida Agri- Harold Mowry
cultural Experiment Station, Gainesville.
r. A. F. Camp "Review of the Tristesa and Quick Decline Situ-
ation" Dr. A. F. Camp, Vice-Director, Citrus
Experiment Station, Lake Alfred.
"Canning and By-Products Research at the Citrus
Experiment Station" Dr. F. W. Wensel, Citrus
Station.
"Position of Fruit on the Tree as Related to
Fruit Analysis and Spot Picking to Meet Internal
Grades" J. W. Sites, Citrus Station.
"Relation of Packing House Practices to Incidence
of Fruit Decay" Dr. E. F. Hopkins, Citrus Station.

"Relation of Irrigation to Yield in Experimental Dr* J* F. Griffiths
J. We Sites Plots at Haines City" James Turnbull, Citrus Station.

12,00 Dinner Mess Hall

1:30 Group Discussion on Timing of Sprays and
Dusts for Complete and Modified Spray and
Dust Programs.

"Effect of Methods of Spray and Dust Application"
C. R. Stearns, Jr., Citrus Station.

"Timing for Scale Control" Dr. J. T. Griffiths,
Citrus Station.

R Sears J "Timing for Disease Control" Dr. R. F. Suit, Dr. R. F. Suit
C R. Stearns1 Jr. Citrus Station.

"Timing of Arsenic Sprays" H. J. Reits, Citrus
Station.

"Timing for Mite Control Programs and Review of
General Program," W. L. Thompson, Citrus Station.

1430 'til Recreation, Supper and Entertainment.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3

7 4 Breakfast Mess Hall

. L. Thompson 85 Auditorium Announcements Plans for 1919 H. J. Reitz
Institute Adjourn.


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KEEPING CITRUS A PROFITABLE BUSINESS


Dr. H. G. Hamilton


WEDMSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1

7115 Breakfast Me. Hall

8s45 Auditorium Announcements
K. S. McMu1*n, in Charge
D. E. Timons, Chairman

"The Present Status of Grower Organisations" -
Dr. J* Wayne Reits, Economic Counsel, United
Growers and Shippers Association.

"Distribution of Citrus in Relation to Popula-
tion Centers" Dr. H. G. Hamilton, Professor
of Marketing, Florida College of Agriculture.

"Citrus Production Costs and Some Suggestions on
How to Reduce Them" Zach Savage, Associate Agri-
cultural Economist, Florida Experiment Station.

"The Practical Value of Grower Records" -
J. Victor Hodnett, Polk County Grower.

*Vitamin P, Its Chemical Nature and Therapeutic
Uses." Dr. James B. Redd, Director, The Citrus
School, Florida Southern College.


Dr. James B. Redd


Dr. W. G. Kirk


Dr. Ralph Miller


12:00 Dinner Mess Hall

1:30 M. 0. Watkins, Chairman

"Feeding Citrus to Beef Cattle" Dr. We G. Kirk,
Vice-Director, Range Cattle Experiment Station.

"Research at Plymouth on Citrus Feeds" Dr. Ralph
Miller, Research and By-Products Dept., Plymouth
Citrus Growers Ass'n., and Secretary, Florida State
Horticultural Society.

"Sunmary of Research Investigations being Conducted
in the Citrus By-Products Field" Fred P. Lawrence,
Acting Extension Citriculturist.

"Production Credit for Florida Growers" A. He
Whitmore, Secretary, Florida Citrus Production
Credit Association, Orlando.

4*30 Adjourn Swiming, Boating Recreation
6s15 Supper Mess Hall
8s00 Auditorium

Special Citrus Film Songs and Entertainent


Nat McQueen, in Charge


Dr.J.Wayne Reits


Zack Savage


Fred Lawrence


A. H. Whitmore





KEEPING CITRUS A PROFITABLE BUSINESS
HERE 'TIS
ALL ROADS LEAD TO CAMP MC QUARRIE


F.E. Baetsman
Orange County Agent OCALA
Ass't. Institute
Director


K. S. McMullen
Extension District Agent,
Institute Director


Mrs. Gladys Kendall,
Pinellas County Home
Demonstration Agent,
Institute Hostess


SU.S. HIGHWAY "
0 5TATE IGCHWAY
-*- DIRECTION TO CAMP McQUARRIE


CITRUS INSTITUTE
STAFF


4 I' -sx* Iw-yp
Jim Watson, Ass t.
Lake County Agent
who heads the 4-H
Club detail at the
Institute


K. S. McMullen, District Agent, Florida Agricultural Extension Service, Institute Director.
R. E. Norris, Lake County Agricultural Agent, Institute Manager.
N. H. McQueen, Charlotte County Agricultural Agent, Director of Recreation.
F. E. Baetzman, Orange County Agricultural Agent, Asst. Institute Director.
Mrs. Gladys Kendall, Pinellas County Home Demonstration Agent, Hostess.
H. H. Hethcox, Lake County Grower, Registrar.
Reed Hollinger, Lake County Grower, Canteen Manager
Al Whitmore, Secretary, Florida Citrus Production Credit Ass'n., Director Publicity.
Buster Hancock, Florida Farm Bureau, Asst. Institute Manager.
James N. Watson, Asst. Lake County Agent, Leader of Boys 4-H Club Detail at Institute.
Joe E, Brown, Camp Director and Chef.

THE ANNUAL CITRUS INSTITUTE IS DIRECTED BY THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL
EXTENSION SERVICE

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.






KEEPING CITRUS A PROFITABLE BUSINESS


Dr. J. F. L. Childs


TUESDAY AUGUST 31

7 s: Breakfast Mess Hall

8:45 Auditorim Announcements

K. S. McMullen, in Charge
Dr. F. E. Gardner, Chairman

Welcome Karl Lehmann, Secretary, Lake County
Chamber of Commerce
Address H. G. Clayton, Directors Florida
Agricultural Extension Service

"New Fruits from the USDA Citrus Breeding Pro-
gram# Dr. Philip C. Reece, USDA Subtropical
Fruit Field Station, Orlando.

"Materials and Methods for the Control of Foot-
rot in the Citrus Grove" Dr. J. F. L. Childs,
USDA, Orlando.

"Cover Crops in Relation to Grove Management" -
Dr. Paul Smith, USDA, Orlando.

"Some Aspects of Storing Florida Valencias" -
J. R. Winston, USDA, Orlando.

12:00 Dinner Mess Hall

1s30 "Seasonal Changes in Relation to Quality
in Citrus Fruits" Dr. Paul L. Harding,
USDA, Orlando.

"Quality of Citrus Fruite as Influenced by Fert-
ilizer Practice" Dr. Walter Reuther, USDA,
Orlando.
"The Use of Plant Hormones for Control of Citrus
Fruit Drop" Dr. F. E. Gardner.

"The Significance of Plant Nutrients in the Sub-
soil in Evaluating the Fertiliser Needs of Citrus"
Dr. 0. C. Bryan, Technical Director, Soil
Science Foundation.


J. R. Winaton


4k30

8:00


- Adjourn Swiming Boating Recreation
- Supper Mess Hall
- Auditorium


Arthur C. Brown, Comissioners
State Plant Board
Songs and Entertainment


Dr. Walter Reuther


LaaJ. L enman


>r. Philip C. Reece


Dr. Paul Smith


Dr. 0. C. Bryan





KEEPING CITRUS A PROFITABLE BUSINESS


CAMP FACILITIES

Camp facilities are available for
all members of the family. Small cott-
Sages, each holding 10 persons are avail-
oble for men, women and children.
Persons visiting the Institute over-
night should bring pillows, sheets and
blankets. There is no charge for the use
of sleeping accommodations as long as they
last. Reservations are the best way to
be sure of accomoiations.

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


This detail of 4-H Club boys will help
make the camp run smoothly.

Recreations 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 pic-
tures 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.

COSTSs Persons staying from Monday supper through Friday breakfast $9.50
Individual Meals $1.00

In case of cancellation of reservation, reservation fees will be refunded only if can-
cellation is made by Wednesday, August 25, 1948.
------------------------------------------"" "" ----
RESERVATION

Mail to R. E. Norris Monday to Friday
County Agent Aug. 30 Sept. 3, 1948.
Tavares, Florida

Please make reservations for me at the Citrus Growers Institute to be held at
Camp McQua7rie-I enclose $ reservation fee which will be credited to me when I
register at camp. There wilTl be men, women, children (under six
years of age) boys, girls in our y.

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


Address s


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