Vol. 10, No. 3.
CdA (4socs 1, 951.
EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL CITRUS GROWERS
CAMP MCQUARRIE IAKE COUNTY, FIA.
(Near Astor Park)
MOHDAY to FRIDAY Aug. 27-31, 1951.
Director Clayton Invites Yout
"This is your program for the 18th
H. G. CLAYTON Annual Citrus Institute to be held
Gainile at Camp McQuarrie, August 27 31.
The program has been arranged to cover timely subjects,
presented by speakers who are authorities, and who can
give you practical assistance with some of the citrus
problems that confront you, and bring you up-to-date in
respect to recent developments in the over-all citrus
The Florida Agricultural Extension Service extends to
you a most cordial invitation to participate fully in
this Institute; to use the facilities at Camp MoQuarrie
and to join with fellow citrus growers in getting the
maximum benefits out of the programs and discussions.
You are welcome to attend any one, or all the sessions.
THE CITRUS INSTITUTE
A. C. BROWN
Florida's Veteran Plant
SITE OF THE CITRUS INSTITUTE - 4-H CIUB CAMP MCQUARRIE
FLORIDA CITRUS GROWERS
FRIDAY August 31
7:45 A. M. - -BREAKFAST - Mess Hall
Camp and Institute Adjourn
THE ANNUAL CITRUS INSTITUTE IS DIRECTED BT THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL
H. Lightfoot Lake County Commissioner Honorary Camp Director
K. S. McMullen Extension District Agent Institute Director
R. E. Norris Lake County Agent Institute Manager
F. E. Baetzman Orange County Agent Ass't. Institute Director
Mrs. Lucie K. Miller Lake County Home Demonstration Agent Hostess
R.E.NORRIS H. H. Hethcox Lake County Grower Registrar
Tvrare Reed Hollinger Lake County Grower Canteen Manager
A. H. Whitmore Secretary Florida Citrus P. C. A. Publicity Director
0. R. Hamrick Ass't. Lake County Agent Leader of 4-H Club Detail
Florida Agricultural Experiment Station; Florida State Dept. of Agri-
culture; 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
- A Detail of 1-H Club Boys will help make the Camp run smoothly- -
Freda Hilton's Tom Thumb Follies appear by arrangement of the Citrus
Institute thru F. E. Baetzman, Orange County Agent; and J. F. Bazemore,
Manager of the Chilean Nitrate Educational Bureau.
Exhaust fans in the auditorium are furnished thru the courtesy of The
Dolomite Products, Inc., Ooala, Florida.
Identification tags are furnished thru the courtesy of the Foremost
Fertilizer Company, Leesburg, Florida.
loriba (itrus Probuction Crebit (esociation
A citrus production financing cooperative, in the interests of
assisting the University of Florida Extension Service, and the
Department of Agriculture to bring to the growers current in-
S/.. ~formation on new practices and developments that will aid them
DEPENOAILE CREDIT in raising, harvesting, and marketing their fruit more economic-
ally, appreciates the opportunity of furnishing the official
program for the Citrus Institute at Camp McQuarrie.
- -AL WHITMORE,
A. H. Whitmore
MODDAY August 27 - -R. E. Norris, In Charge
2:00 6:00 P. M. - Camp Registration
6:15 P. M. - SUPPER - MISS HALL
8:00 P. M. - ASSEMBLY - Auditorium
TUESDAY - August 28
K. S, McMullen, In Charge - F. W. Parvin, Chairman
7:45 A. M. - - BREAKFAST -- - Mess Hall
8:30 A. M. - - AUDITORIM - -Announcement & Program
8z45 A. M. - -WELCME - Karl Lehmann, Secretary
lake County Chamber of Comnerce
Opening Remarks H. G. Clayton, Direotor Florida
Agricultural Extension Service Gainesville
"New Yiticides in Purple Mite Control" W. L. Thompson,
Entomologist Citrus Experiment Station
"Present Health Status of Parathion" Dr. J. T. Griffiths,
Citrus Experiment Station
"Possibilities with Tangerine Concentrate" Dr. F. W.
Wenzel, Supervision Chemist
Citrus Experiment Station
12:15 - -DINNER - -Mess Hall
1:30 P. M. -"Storage" Dr. Paul Harding, Principal Plant
Physiologist, USDA Orlando, Florida
and Hexamine in Controlling Decay" Dr. E. F.
Hopkins, Plant Pathologist
Citrus Experiment Station
inneth S. McMullen
Dr. F. W. Wenzel
"Results Revealed by Production Records on Irrigated and
Non-Irrigated Groves" Zach Savage, Associate Agricultural
Economist Florida Experiment Station
"Comments on the Snail Situation" E. H. Miohaelson,
Graduate Instruotor, Biology Dept.
University of Florida
4:00 P. M. - ADJOURN Swimming, Boating, Fishing, Eto.
6:15 P. M. ---- - SUPPER- - esas Hall
8:00 P. M.- - --- AUDITORIUM - Recreation Program
These special films have been provided:
"The Sun Goes North" Florida Citrus Commission
"Vitamin Rivers" American Can Company
"Making Packers' Cans"- Continental Can Company
Dr. J. T. Griffiths, Jr.
F. W. Parvin
W. L. Thompson
THURSDAY August 30
K. S. Moullen, In Charge - Frank Perry, Chairman
A. M. - -BREAKFAST - Mess Hall
A. M. AUDITORIUM Announoements and Program
A. M. "Agriculture in the Free Enterprise
System" Dr. J. Wayne Reits, Provost for
Agriculture University of Florida
A SYMPOSIUM ON Certifi-
cation of Disease Free
Fred P. Lawrence, Moderator
Dr. J.F.L. Childs USDA
Dr. R. F. Suit Citrus
Mr. Ford V. Moody Palm Harbo:
Mr. V. F. Ward Avon Park
Mr. A. C. Brown State Plant
DR. J. WAYNE REITZ
Fred P. Lawrence
Dr. R. F. Suit
iLPsorosis on orange tree, showing well advanced stage in which
the disease has spread entirely around the divisions of the trunk.
12:15 P. M. - - DIBBER - - Mess Hall
1:30 P. M. "The Florida Citrus Commission"
W. F. Robinson, Chairman
"Forecasting Florida Colds" Warren 0. Johnson,
Meteorologist, Florida Frost Warning Service
"Some New Grove Machinery" D. S. Prosser, Jr.,
Ass't. Horticulturist, Citrus Experiment Station
"Leaching Losses Determined by the Composition of
Underground Water" Dr. I. W. Wander, Soils Chem-
ist Citrus Experiment Station
4o00 P. M. ADJOURN Swimming, Boating, Eto.
6:15 P. M. ----- SUPPER - - Mess Hall
8:00 P. M. - AUDITORIUM - Recreation Program
Warren 0. Johnson
W. F. Ward
D. S. Prosser, Jr.
I. W. Wander
Dr. J. F. L. Childs
Ford W. Moody
W. F. Robinson
WEDNESDAY August 29
K. S. McMullen, In Charge - Fred Lawrence, Chairman
7:45 A. M. - -BREAKFAST -. Mess Hall
8:30 A. M. AUDITORIUM - Announcements and Program
8:45 A. M. "Present Status and Trends in Citrus
Varieties" L. W. Ziegler, Professor of Citrus
Culture College of Agriculture
"Recent Findings on Tristeza" Dr. T. J. Grant, Prin-
cipal Pathologist USDA Orlando, Florida
- --INTERMISSION - -
"A New Method of Studying the Fertilizer Problem of Citrus" Dr. T. J.
Dr. 0. C. Bryan, Soil Science Foundation"
L. W. Ziegler "Present Status of Citrus Insects" Dr. R. M. Pratt -
Entemologist-Pathologist Citrus Experiment Station
12:15 P.M. DINNER Mess Hall
1:30 P. M. "Florida Citrus Mutual" Vernon Saurman,Mgr.
"Some Observations of Mulching Young Citrus Trees" W. H.
Gibb, Jr. Lake County Grower
- - INTERMISSION - A. V. Sau,
"Feeding and Handling Citrus for Quality Production"-
Dr. Ralph Miller, Manager, Research and By-
Products Dept. Plymouth Citrus Growers Ass'n.
Dr. R. M. Pratt
"Trends in the Demand and Supply Situation as they Affect
Citrus Dr. H. G. Hamilton, Head Dept. of Agri-
cultural Economics Florida Experiment Station
4:00 P. M. ADJOURN Swimming, Fishing,Boating, Etc.
6:15 P. M. - - -- SUPPER - ------ Mess Hall
8:00 P. M. AUDITORIUM- Recreation Program Dr H G Ha
TONIGHT THE CITRUS INSTITUTE PROUDLY PRESENTS
Dr. 0. C. Bryan
FREDA HILTON'S TOM THUMB FOLLIES
Dr. R. L. Miller
W. H. Gibb, Jr.
RECREATION: The Institute provides a trained
recreation leader. Swimming, boating, fishing,
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.
SLEEPING ACCOMMODATIONS ARE AVAILABLE without
charge as long as they last, in the ten cabins
at Camp McQuarrie. Facilities are available
for men, women, and children. Sleeping facil-
ities are also available at nearby motor courts
at a nominal price.
Persons desiring sleeping accommodations should
make their reservations early by mailing the
attached form to:
R. E. NORRIS, COUNTY AGENT
$1.00 RESERVATION FEE FOR EACH PERSON SHOULD
ACCOMPANY YOUR RESERVATION. MAKE ALL CHECKS
PAYABLE TO: THE CITRUS GROWERS INSTITUTE.
COSTS: Persons staying from Monday supper thru
Friday breakfast $9.00.Individual Meals $1.00
(Except Breakfast $.60)
In case of cancellation of reservations, fee will
be refunded only if cancellation is made by WED-
NESDAY August 22.
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-* DIRECTIo TO CAMP McQUARRIE
Mail to: R. E. NORRIS
County Agent Tavares, Florida
" onday to Friday
Monday to Friday
August 27 31, 1951
Please make reservations for me at the Citrus Growers Institute to be held at Camp McQuarrie.
I inclose $ 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
I (own), (operate) acres of citrus groves in ____County.