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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 1950
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: VID00027
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
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Vol. 9, No. 2. Orlando, Florida August 1950
SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL CITRUS GROWERS INSTITUTE THE CITRUS INSTITUTE SALUTES!
CAMP MCQUARRIE LAKE COUNTY FLORIDA AN OLD FRIEND IN A NEW JOB
(Near Astor Park)
Monday to Friday Aug. 28 Sept. 1, 1950

The Florida Agricultural Extension Service ex-
tends to you a most cordial invitation to at-
tend the 17th Annual Citrus Growers Institute
at Camp Moquarrie.

We believe you will find this a most important
event for citrus growers. A roundup of latest
research developments will be presented by men
who are carrying on the work. The opportunity "
to hear them first hand and ask them questions
is valuable to any grower. The Institute pro-
grams and discussions serve somewhat as refresh- "
er courses which growers have found to be timely "
and useful. The committee has worked hard to
assemble a program designed to give citrus grow-
ers information they can take home and use.
**** Director Clayton Invites You!! ****
We trust you will plan to attend.
* * * *
* * * DR. J. WAYNE REITZ
** PROVOST FOR AGRICULTURE
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA













INTERESTED GROWERS ATTENDING THE CITRUS INSTITUTE ..

LNV. '60







THURSDAY August 31

K. S. McMullen, In Charge F. S. Perry, Chairman

7:15 A. M. - - BREAKFAST - - -- Mess Hall
8:30 A. M. - - ANNOUNCEMENTS - - - Auditorium
8:t5 A. M.

"Distinguishing Between Gummosis, Psorosis and Foot Rot in
Infections of Citrus Trees" Dr. J. F. L. Childs, Plant
Pathologist, USDA Orlando

"Transplanting Bearing Citrus Trees Illustrated Talks" -
R. E. Witherell,District Conservationist,Soil Conservation
Service, Orlando and R. E. Norris, Lake County Agent

"The Program of the Florida Citrus Commission"- W. F.
Robinson, Leesburg, Chairman

"The Program of Florida Citrus Mutual" Lacy G. Thomas, Pres.

"The Role of the Florida Bankers Association in the Citrus
Industry" T. G. Mixson, Chairman, Citrus Committee
Florida Bankers Association

12:00 NOON - - - DINNER - - - Mess Hall

1:30 P. M.

"Pruning, Hedging and Spacing Citrus Trees" Morty Howell
Production Manager, Waverly Growers Cooperative

"A New Type Citrus Duster (Demonstration and Review of Results
to Date)" D. S. Prosser, Assistant Horticulturist and
W. L. Thompson, Entomologist, Citrus Experiment Station

"The Use of 2,4-D in Citrus Fruit Drop Control"- Dr. P. C.
Reese, Associate Botanist, USDA Orlando

"Remarks on Some Citrus Problems" Dr. A. F. Camp, Vice Dir-
ector in Charge, Citrus Experiment Station

4:00 P. M. Adjourn Swimming, Boating, Fishing, etc.
6:15 P. M. - - - -SUPPER- - - - -MESS HALL
8:00 P. M. Auditorium Recreation Program G. T. Huggins,
in Charge

FRIDAY September 1

7:30 A. M.- -- - -BREAKFAST- - - - Mess Hall
Adjourn Camp


W.L. Thompson


Dr. A.F. Camp


EXHAUST FANS ARE BEING INSTALLED IN THE AUDITORIUM FOR YOUR COMFORT THIS YEAR






WEDNESDAY August 30

K. S. McMullen, In Charge Fred P. Lawrence, Chairman
7:45 A. M - - - BREAKFAST - - - MESS HALL
8:30 A. M - - -ANNOUNCEMENTS- -- - Auditorium
8:45 A. M.
"Leaf Analysis and What it Discloses about Citrus Nutrition"
Dr. Walter Reuther, Principal Horticulturist, USDA, Orlando
"Predators and Parasites in the Control of Citrus Insects"
Dr. J. T. Griffiths, Associate Entomologist Citrus Exper-
iment Station
"Some Remarks Pertaining to our Citrus Disease Investiga-
tions" Miss Fran Fisher, Associate Plant Pathologist
Citrus Experiment Station
"Some New Field Work in Citrus Research" Dr. R. M. Pratt
Associate Entomologist-Pathologist, Citrus Exper. Station
"The University of Florida College of Agriculture, Exten-
sion Service and Experiment Station System and the Florida
Citrus Industry" Dr. J. Wayne Reits, Provost for Agricul-
ture, University of Florida

12:00 NOON - - - DINNER - - - MESS HALL
1:30 P. M. D. E. Timmons Chairman

THE GROWER'S FUTURE IN THE FLORIDA CITRUS INDUSTRY A SYMPOSIUM
Walton Rex Orlando Moderator
"The Present Situation, Outlook and Competition in the Citrus
Industry" F. W. Parvin, Associate Exten. Economist
"Present Trends in Citrus Marketing" Marvin H. Walker, General
Manager, Florida Citrus Canners Cooperative Lake Wales
"The Role of the Independent Concentrators in the Citrus Indus-
try" R. A. Fender, Minute Maid Corporation Plymouth
"Cost of Processing Citrus Fruits" Dr. Ralph Miller -
Plymouth Citrus Products Cooperative Plymouth
Trends in the Citrus Industry as it Effects the Small Grower"
Murl Pace, General Manager, United Growers and Shippers
Association Orlando




Dr. J. Wayne Reitz

4:00 P. M. Adjourn Swimming, Boating, Fishing, etc.
6:15 P. M. - - - -SUPPER - - - MESS HALL
8:00 P. M. Auditorium Recreation Program G. T. Huggins,
in Charge

EXHAUST FANS ARE BEING INSTALLED IN THE


AUDITORIUM FOR YOUR COMFORT THIS YEAR





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


H. Lightfoot Lake County ComETssioner Honorary Camp Director
K. S. McMullen Extension Distriot Agent Institute Director
R. E. Norris Lake County Agent Institute Manager
G. T. Huggins Aas't. Duval County Agent Recreation Director
F. E. Baetsman Orange County Agent Ass't. Institute Director
Mrs. Lucie K. Miller Lake County Home Demonstration Agent Hostess
H. H. Hethoox Lake County Grower Registrar
Reed Hollinger Lake County Grower Canteen Manager
A. H. Whitmore Secretary Florida Citrus P. C. A. Publicity Director
Floyd Eubanks Ass't. Lake County Agent Leader of I.-H Club Detail

COOPERATING AGEfCIES
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; and other Agricultural Agencies
*****A Detail of 4-H Club Boys will help make the Camp run smoothly*****
Dolomite Products, Incorporated is furnishing the fans to make the audi-
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Returns Above Operating Costs for Mixed Groves Over 10 Years of Age
1931-32 to date
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MONDAY August 2 R. E. Norris, in Charge
2:00-6:00 P. M. Camp Registration
6:15 P. M. SUPPER Mess Hall
8:00 P. M. Assembly Auditorium

TUESDAY August 29
K. S. McMullen, In Charge M. O. Watkins, Chairman

7:45 A. U. BREAKFAST - - - - - - -- - MESS HALL H.G. CLAYTON
8:30 A. M. Auditorium for Announcements and Program
8:45 A. M. Welcome Karl Lehmann, Seo'y. Lake County Chamber of Commeroe

Opening Remarks H. G. Clayton, Dir., Florida Agricultural Extension Service

"Parathion in the Control of Citrus Insects" W. L. Thompson,
Entomologist, Citrus Experiment Station Lake Alfred
"The Effect of Oil and of Parathion Sprays on the Quality of
Early Oranges" Dr. Paul L. Harding, Principal Plant
Physiologist, U. S. D. A. Orlando
"Growers' Liability in the Use of Parathion" Wendell C. Heaton
Acting Director, Florida Industrial Commission
'"Preliminary Results with Grove Irrigation Experiments" J. W.
Sites, Horticulturist, Citrus Experiment Station

S12:00 NOON Dinner Mess Hall
1:30 P. M.
"The Reliability of Soil Analysis as a Guide to Fertilizer
Practices"- Dr. O.C. Bryan, Soil Science Foundation,Lakeland
/, "Factors to be Considered in Choosing Citrus Rootstocks" Dr.
F. E. Gardner, Principal Horticulturist, USDA, Orlando
Dr. F. E. Gardner
"The Transportation and Container Problem" Gordon Stedman,
Manager, Growers & Shippers League Orlando
"Some Aspects of the Manatee Snail in Citrus Production" -
Fred P. Lawrence, Citriculturist, Agricultural Ext-
ension Service, & R. E. Norris, Lake Cgunty Agent

4:00 P.M. Adjourn Swimming, Boating, Fishing, etc.
6:15 P. M.- Supper- - - - -- - - -MESS HALL
8:00 P. M.- Auditorium Recreation Program G. T. Huggins
****** in Charge *****

The Citrus Institute thru Featuring 12 year old
F.E. Baetzman, Orange County Emoee Richard Leone
Agent, and J. F. Bazemore, and a cast of 25 per-
Manager of the Chilean Nitrate former ranging in age
Educational Bureau, proudly from 5 to 15 years
Presents


FREDA HILTON'S TOM THUMB FOLLIES

















RECREATION: The Institute provides
Strained 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. Mov-
ing pictures of special interest will
bn shown throughout the week.


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-- DIRECTION TO CAMP MGQUARRIE


THE LAKE SOIL CONSERVATION DISTRICT IS SPONSORING
A FISHING TOURNAMENT AND WILL AWARD A BEAUTIFUL
TROPHY TO THE INSTITUTE'S BEST FISHERMAN.
BRING YOUR FISHING TACKLE I!
SLEEPING ACCOMMODATIONS are available without
charge as long as they last in the ten cabins
at Camp MoQuarrie. Facilities are available
for men, women and children.


Persons desiring sleeping aocomodations should make their reservations early by mailing the
attached form to:
R. E. NORRIS, COUNTY AGENT
TAVARES, FLORIDA

$1.00 RESERVATION FEE FOR EACH PERSON SHOULD ACCOMPANY YOUR APPLICATI if

MAKE ALL CHECKS PAYABLE TO THE CITRUS GROWERS INSTITUTE "

COSTS: Persons staying from Monday supper through Friday breakfast $9.00
Individual Meals $1.00 I

In case of cancellation of reservations, reservation fees will be refunded only if cancellation
is made by Wednesday, August 23rd.
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RESERVAT I0
Mail to: R. E. Norris
County Agent Tavares, Florida


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Monday to Friday
August 28 September 1, 1950.


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


I (own), (operate)


acres of citrus groves in


Signed:

Address


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County.




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