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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 1949
Frequency: irregular
completely irregular
 Subjects
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: VID00024
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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OFFICIAL PROGRAM OF CITRUS INSTITUTE


ol. 8, No. 2. Ortlando, Florida Asgust
Val. 8S No* 2. Orlando, Florida August 19 9


SIXTEENTH ANNUAL CITRUS GROWERS INSTITUTE
CAMP McQUARRIE, LAKE COUNTY, FLORIDA
(Near Astor Park)


August 22-26, 1949


Directed by the
Florida Agricultural Extension Servic 4
Director Clayton Invites You

The Florida Agricultural Extension Service
extends to you a most cordial invitation to
attend the 16th Annual Citrus Growers Insti- L
tute at Camp McQiii
The program covers timely and interesting
subjects for citrus growers. In view of the
great amount of new experimental work it is
good for growers to hear of the developments w
from the men who did the research work. The
program committee has gone to great effort to
secure the best qualified men in the state to
handle the various subjects* I am sure those
who attend will get much out of the papers pre- LE
sented and from the discussions from the floor.
A great deal of information is condensed into
this short program designed to give the Florida
Citrus Growers the information which they can
take home and use.
We sincerely hope you will make plans to at-
tend and believe you will be well repaid for coming.


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SU.S. HIGHWAY
STATE HIGHWAY
- DIRECTIOIt TO CAMP M QUARRIE


Monday August 22nd, R. E. Norris, In Charge
2:00-6:00 P. M. Camp Registration
6:15 P. MU SUPPER Mess Hall
8:00 P. M. Assembly Auditorium


WV. '60


Monday to Friday


SANFORD







Thursday, August 25th
DOING THE JOB
1. S. McMTLIEI, In Charge F. S. PERRY, Chairman
7:)t A. M. BREAKFAST Mess Hall
8:30 A* M. Auditoriu for Announcoaents & Prograa
8:45 A. M. *The Job" Zach Savage, Associate Economist,
Florida Experiment Station
"Studies of the Orlando Tangelo Disease" -
Dro J. F. Lo Childs, U. So Subtropical Fruit
Field Station
"New Citrus Troubles Dr. L. C. Knorr,
Citrus RBperient Sta., Lake Alfred
"States of Slow Decline* Dr. R. F. Suit,
Citrus Experiment Sta., Lake Alfred
"Possibilities of Extending the Marketing
Season of Florida Oranges by Storage" Dr.
Paul L. Hzading, U. S. D. A., Orlando

12:00 Noon DINNER Mess Hall

1:30 P. M. "Boron Deficiency in Citrus" Dr. Paul Fo
Smith, U. S. Do A., Orlando
"Importance of pH Control of Soil in a
Citrus Grove" Dr. I* W. Wander, Citrus
Eperi.Mnt Station Lake Alfred
Nutrient Antagonism in Relation to Cit-
rus" Dr, Walter Reuthers US.D.A., Orlando

'Factors Influencing the Quality of Hamlin
on Rough Lamon Stock' J. W. Sites, Citrus
Experiment Station Lake Alfred

,:30 P. M. Adjorn Simimdng, Boating, Recreation
6:15 P, SUPPER Mess Hall
8:00 P. NM Auditorizu ntertalment Motion Pictures,
Group Singing, etc., N. W. McQueen, In Charge
Friday, August 26th

7:45 A. U. REBAKFAST Mess Hall

BREAK CAMP


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T PC PRESENT SITUATION


K. S. McULLEN, In Charge


F. S. PERRY, Chairman


7ts5 A. M. BREAKFAST Mess Hall

8:30 A. M. Auditoril for Announcements & Program
8ts A. M. Address Harold Mowry, Director Florida
Agricultural Experiment Station

"The Present Situation" Dr. J. Wayne
Reitz, Chief Citrus Fruit Division Fruit
& Veg. Branch, P. & M. A. Washington, D. C.

*Studies on Outbreaks of Citrus Insects" -
Dr. Herbert Spencer, Entomologist, U. S.
Subtropical Insects Lab., Ft. Pierce

Fig. 1.-A-Scale of female with exuviaThe Tling of Sprays for Production Fruit
central: a, first exuvia; b, second exuvia: for the Fresh Fruit Market W. L. T hopsn,
c, secretlonary covering. B.-Scale of female
with exuviae terminal: d, first exuvia; e, sec- Itomologist, Citrus EaPeriment Stations
ond exuvia; f, secretionary covering. (After En OOlgtB Citru Vt Sato.
Merrill and Chaffin, 16.*) ake Alfred

12 00 NOON DIDNER Mess Hall


1:30 P. M.


Fig. 25.-A mealybug. (From
Farmers' Bul. 49.)


- "Furthering Citrus Consumption" Miss Anna
Mae Sikes, Food Nutritionist, Florida Agri-
cultural Extension Service

The Short Research Grove
1. *History & Objectives of the Short Re-
jearch Grove, Including the Variety, Soil
Type, Treatments and Overall Results to Date"
R. E. Norris, Lake Count Agricultural 6.- Larvae of the
Agent# Tavares Australian ladybeetle or
Vedalia, feeding on the
cottony-cushion seale.
2. *The Influence of Different Sources of Nit-
rogem and the Rate and Time of Fertilizer Appli-
cation on the Growth, Yield and Maturity of Fruit,
F. K. [night. Soil Science Foundation, Lakeland

3. "The Effect of Different Amounts of Potash
Fertilizer on the Growth and lield of Pineapple
Oranges as Related to Leaf and Soil Composition
Dr. Dana Cole, Soil Science Foundation

.' "The Effect of Varying Amounts of Secondary

and Tree Responses" Dr. 0. C. Bryan, Soil Seiene
Foundation (

"Snails in Citrus Groves" Discussion Lead by d
R. E. Norris, Tavares a. /


Fig. 7?.--Rust mite: a, dorsal
130 P. M. Adjourn Swimaing, Boating Recreation view; b, lateral view--en.
large, the dot in circle indi-
^6 I P U CSTPO R Us HIl eating natural sise; c, leg; d,
6.l P. M. SUPPER Mess Hall i ^n i e t
egg, with embryo just about
ready to hatch more en-
8:00 P. M. Auditoril Special Program F. Eo Baetsman, In lrged. (After Hubbard, 4.)
Charge See Back Page






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

STAFF
H. Lightfoot Lake County Commissioner Honarary Camp Director
K. So McMullen Extension District Agent Institute Director
R. E, Norris Lake County Agent Institute Manager
N. H. McQueen Charlotte County Agent Recreation Director
F. E* Baetzman Orange Comunt Agent Ass't. Institute Director
Mrs. Lucie K6 Miller Lake County Home Demonstration Agent Hostess
H. H. Hethcax Lake County Grower Registrar
Reed Hollinger Lake County Grower Canteen Manager
A. He Uhitmore Secretary Florida Citrus P. C. A. Publicity Director
Floyd Eubanks Ass't. Lake County Agent Leader of 4-H Club Detail

COOPERATING AGENCIES

Florida Agricultural Experiment Station; Florida State Dept. 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

Returns Above Operating Costs for Mixed Groves Over 10 Years of Age
1931-32 to Date
Agricultural Extension Service Gainesville, Florida


The key to this graph can be had by contacting Zach Savage, Associate
Agricultural Economist University of Florida Gainesville, Florida





Tuesday, August 23rd
LOOKING AHEAD


K. S, McMULLEN, in Charge
7;14 A. U. BREAKFAST Mess Hall


M. 0. WATKINS, Chairman


8(30 Ao M* Auditorim for Announcements & Program


8sL5 A. M.



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- Welcome Karl Lehmann, Secretary,
Lake County Chamber of Cosaerce|
Opening Remarks He G. Clayton, Director,
Florida Agricultural Extension Service
"What the Citrus Concentrate Industry Wants
by Way of Quality in Citrus Fruits" Dr.
W. Re Roy, Vacuum Foods, Plynouth
'What the Canning Industry Wants by Way of
Quality in Citrus Fruits" L. L. Recker,
Pres., Florida Canners Ass'n., Auburndale
"What the Fresh Fruit Industry Wants by Way
of Quality in Citrus Fruits" G. B. Hurlburt,
Mgr., Mt. Dora Growers Co-op., Mt. Dora
"What the Express Fruit Shippers Want by Way
of Quality in Citrus Fruits" Mead Smith,
Palmetto, Member Florida Express Fruit Ship-
pers Association


12:00 Noon-DINNER Mess Hall


1:30 P. M. -


"The Present Situation with Regard to Tries-
tesia" Dr. A. F. Camp, Vice-Director in
Charge, Citrus Experiment Sta., Lake Alfred


"Experimental Results an Rootstocks for Flor-
ida Citrus' Dr. Frank E. Gardner, Principal
Horticulturist, U. S. Subtropical Fruit Field
Station, Orlando
"Trends in Plantings of Florida Citrus Fruits"
Arthur C. Brown, Commissioner, State Plant
Board of Florida, Gainesville
4:30 P. M. Adjourn Swiming, Boating, Recreation
6:15 P. M. SUPPER Mess Hall
7:30 P. M. Auditoriua Special Industry Program K. S.
McMullen, in Charge D. E. Tiamons, Chairman
"The Program of the Florida Citrus Coamission"
Dodge Taylor, Howey Chairman, Citrus Coais-
sion
"The Program of Florida Citrus Mutual" Walton
SRex Orlando Director, Florida Citrus Mutual
"The Functions of the Growers Administrative
SCommittee" Frank Seymour, Lakeland Manager,
Growers Administrative Comittee


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SPECIAL TREAT FOR EDNESDAY NIGHT I
The Citrus Growers Institute takes
great pride in presenting Central
Florida's famous Freda Hilton's
"Tom Thumb Follies" featuring 11
year old Emcee Richard Leone and
a cast of twenty-five performers
ranging in age from 5 to 15 years.


es ~ detail of It-H Club
boys will help make
the camp run amooth-









Recreation: The Institute provides a trained recreation leader who is a Red Cross Life
ii Ijg1tructor. Swimming, boating, horseshoes, volley ball, songs, games and lectur-
es 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, FIDRIDA
$1.00 RESERVATION FEE FOR EACH PERSON SHOULD ACCOMPANY YOUR APPLICATION
MAZE ALL CHECKS PAYABLE TO THE CITRUS GROWERS INSTITUTE
COSTS: Persons staying from Mondy supper through Friday breakfast $8.50
Individual Meals $.90
In case of cancellation of reservation, reservation fees will be refunded only if cancel-
lation is made by Wednesday, August 17, 1949.

RESERVATION
Mail to: R. E. Norris Monday to Friday
County Agent Aug. 22-26, 1949
Tavares, Florida
Please make reservations for me at the Citrus Growers Institute to be held at Camp
McQuarrie. Y e ose $ reservation fee which will be credited to me when I regis-
ter at camp. There wilT u n, women, children (under six years of age),
boys, girls,r in our party
I (own), (operate) acres of citrus groves in County.


Addresses


Signed




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