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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: April 1952
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: VID00034
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Volume 11. No. 2.


OFFICIAL PROGRAM


August 1952.


NINETEENTH ANNUAL CITRUS GROWERS INSTITUTE
CAMP MCQUARRIE LAKE COUNTY, FLORIDA
(Near Astor Park)
MONDAY to FRIDAY - AUGUST 18 22, 1952.

THE AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE INVITES YOU


To: Florida Citrus Growers--


Dear Friends:

On behalf of the Florida Agricul-
tural Extension Service, it is a
real privilege to extend you a most
cordial invitation to attend the H.G. CLAYTON
19th Annual Citrus Growers Institute to be held
at Camp McQuarrie August 18 22.

The program covers timely subjects of importance
to growers. The progress reports and new research
developments with an opportunity to discuss with
the speakers the work being done, and your prob-
lems as a citrus grower should be of especial in-
terest this year.

Some growers will forego the vacation trip they
usually take when fruit prices are good. The
Institute is a high-value event at low cost and I
recommend this for your consideration. You are
welcome to attend any part or all of the sessions.
The facilities at the Camp are at your service.
Sincerely,




H. G. CLAYTON


THE CITRUS INSTITUTE SALUTES


WILLIAM M. (Bill) FIFIELD, Director
Florida Agricultural Experiment Stations


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THURSDAY August 21..........K. S. McMullen, In Charge

7:45 A. M...........BREAKFAST..............Mess Hall
8:30 A. M............AUDITORIUM........ ...Announcements
Dr. E. W. Cake, Presiding

8:45 A. M. "Today's EYE OPENER" Colin D. Gunn, Colin D. Gu~
State Conservationist, U. S. Soil Conservation
r. E. W. Cake Service, Gainesville
MARKETING
"The Future of the Florida Citrus Industry" Dean
Walter J. Matherly, College of Business Administration,
University of Florida

"Selling Florida Citrus" John T. Lesley, General Mgr.
Florida Citrus Exchange, Tmps~. ..
INTERMISSION
)ean MJohn T. Lesle
ean Matherly Demonstration on the Use of Film Packages of Orange John T. Le
Concentrate for Individual Servings, by representatives
of the Pasco Packing Company, Dade City

"Problems in Developing a Balanced Supply Program for
*) Florida Citrus" Dr. J. Wayne Reitz, Provost for
Agriculture, TUiversity of Florida

12:15 P. M............DINNER.............Mess Hall

1:30 P. M....................F. S. Perry, Presiding
Frank Roper Dr. J. Wayne Re
opera "The Program of the Florida Citrus Commission"- L. F. Dr. J. Wayne Re
Roper, Winter Garden Chairman

"Grower's Loss in Fresh Fruit Transportation" W. S.
Jensen, Railroad Perishable Inspection Agency New
York City
INTERMISSION
"Effect of Packing House Treatments, Temperatures in
Transit and Containers on Decay in Zipper Skin Oranges
W. S. Jensen J. R. Winston, Senior Horticulturist, USDA, Orlando
"Some Results with Hedging Citrus Trees" Morty Howell, Morty Howel
Production Manager, Waverly Growers Cooperative

"Citrus Root Distribution on Sandy Soils" Dr. Harry W.
Ford, Ass't. Horticulturist, Citrus Experiment Station,
Lake Alfred

4o00 P. M. ADJOURN Swimming, Boating, Fishing, etc.
6:15 P. M. SUPPER...........................Mess Hall
8:00 P. M. AUDITORIUM Featuring........ROY YOUNG

H. W. Ford


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YEDNESDAY August 20.......K. S. McMullen, In Charge


7 .45 A. M..........BRERAFAST..........Mesa Hall
S 830 A. M..........AUDITORIUM....Announcements

Fred P. Lawrence, Presiding
8:45 A. M. "Today's EYEOPENER" John Ford, Exec.
Vice President, Florida Farm Bureau Federation
JOHN FORD
"Calcium and Iran in Citrus Nutrition" Dr. Ralph
Fred P. Lawrence Miller, Director of Research, Plymouth Citrus Prod-
ucts Cooperative.
"Citrus Insect Forecasting and the Timing of Sprays"
Dr. R. M. Pratt, Entomologist-Pathologist, Citrus
Experiment Station

INTERMISSION

Citrus Budwood Certification...... L. Tait, Chairman N

"Citrus Diseases that Might be Controlled thru Budwood Dr. R. M. Pratt
Certification" Dr. J. F. L. Childs, Plant Pathologist,
U. S. Department of Agriculture Orlando
"Report on Action Taken on the Resolution on Budwood
Dr. Ralph Miller Certification at the 1951 Citrus Institute" W. L.
Tait, Secretary, Bud Certification Committee

12:15........ ......DIINER..............Mess Hall

1:30 P. M. "Address" William M. Fifield, Director
Agricultural Experiment Stations Dr. J.F.L. Childs

Bud Certification Program (cont'd.)..W. L. Tait, Presiding

"State Plant Board Regulations and Procedures for Hand-
-ling the Budwood Certification Program" A. C. Brown,
Commissioner, State Plant Board of Florida

"Quick Decline in Florida and Its Relation to the Budwood
Jack McCown Certification Program" - Dr. J. F. L. Childs

"1-E Club Boys'Learn by Doing' in Carrying out a Bud W. L Tai
wood Certification Program" Jack T. McCown, Ass't. Lake L. T
County Agricultural Agent

4o00 P. M. ADJOURN Swimming, Boating, Fishing, etc.
6:15 P. M. SUPPER ........................Mess Hall
8:00 P. M. AUDITORIUM Featuring......ROT YOUNG


A. C. Brown







FRIDAY August 22


K. S. McMull


R. E. Norrii


Fred Baetzma


7:45 A. M. - -BREAKFAST- - Mess Hall
CAMP and INSTITUTE Adjourn


7-6 M.- - - -BR-A -S - Me - K --all-
THE ANNUAL CITRUS INSTITUTE IS DIRECTED BY THE FLORIDA
-- - AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE -- --- -
STAFF
A Roy Young
H. Lightfoot Lake County Commissioner Honorary Camp Director
en K. S. McMullen Extension District Agent Institute Director
R. E. Norris Lake County Agricultural Agent Institute Mgr.
F. E. Baetzman Orange Co. Agric. Agent Ass't. Institute Dir.
Mrs. Lucie K. Miller Lake County Home Demonstr. Agent Hostess
Miss Cleo Arnett, Extension Nutritionist Tallahassee Hostess
Jack McCown Ass't. County Agent Lake County Leader of
41d Club Detail
Reed Hollinger Lake County Grower Canteen Manager
A. H. Whitmore Sec'y. Florida Citrus PCA Publicity Director

COOPERATING AGENCIES
Florida Agricultural Experiment Station; Florida State Dept
of Agriculture; Florida Citrus Commission; Florida State
Marketing Bureau; Florida Farm Bureau; Florida Citrus Product-
S ion Credit Association; U. S. Dept. of Agriculture; Farm Credit
Administration; and other Agricultural Agencies.

A Detail of -H Club Boys will help make the Camp run smoothly.

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The Citrus Institute Committee Expresses Appreciation to:

THE FLORIDA CITRUS PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION Orlando -
Programs and Song Sheets
DOLOMITE PRODUCTS, Inc., Ocala Fans in the Auditorium
n FOREMOST FERTILIZER COMPANY, Leesburg, Identification Tags
LAKE GARFIELD NURSERIES, Bartow Overnight Aocomodations for
Guest Speakers
CHILEAN NITRATE EDUCATIONAL BUREAU, J. F. Basemore, Mgr., Mrs. Lue.il
Entertainment
FLORIDA CITRUS MUTUAL, Lakeland Frozen Concentrate Dispensers
UMATILLA CITRUS GROWERS ASSOCIATION, Umatilla Field Boxes
ALL THE SPEAKERS and OTHERS who have contributed to this program



[loriba fMitrue Probuction vrebit Associatiaona

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-
formation on new practices and developments that will aid them
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,
Secretary-Treasurer
A. H. Whitmore


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M. 0. Watkins


Walter Reuther


L. W. Ziegler


*Chester Leonard


MONDAY August 18...........R. E. Norris, In Charge
2:00 P. M. 6:00 P. M............Camp Registration
6:15 P. M. .........SUPPER..............Mess Hall
8:00 P. M. .........ASSEMBLY..........Auditorium

TUESDAY August 19........K. S. McMullen, In Charge
7:45 A. M..............BREAKFAST..........Mess Hall
8:30 A. M..............AUDITORIUM......Announcements
M. O. Watkins, Presiding Karl Lehmann
8:45 A. M. "Today's EYE OPENER" Karl Lehmann, Sec'y.
Lake County Chamber of Commerce
Opening Remarks Dr. H. G. Clayton, Director, Florida
Agricultural Extension Service
"Factors Influencing Quality Fruit Production Dr.
Walter Reuther, Princ. Horticulturist, USDA, Orlando
INTERMISSION
"A Progress Report on Concentrate Sprays" C.R.Stearns,Jr. M. H. Muma
Assoc. Chemist, Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred

"Several Common Predators of Citrus Insects" Dr. M. H.
Muma, Assoc. Entomologist, Citrus Exper. Sta.- Lake Alfred
12:15 P. M................DINNER...............Mess Hall
1:30 P. M........................Prof. L.W. Ziegler,Presiding
"Does Grove Irrigation Pay? Yes and No" Zach Savage,
Assoc. Economist, Agric. Experiment Station, Gainesville
"A Mechanical Method for Measuring Soil Moisture" Dr.
Luther C. Hammond, Associate Professor of Soils, Florida C. R. Stearns, Jr.
College of Agriculture
INTERMISSION
"Yellow Spot of Citrus and Its Control" Dr. Chester B.
Leonard, Assoc. Horticulturist, Citrus Experiment Station
Lake Alfred
"A Preliminary Report on the Use of Iron Chelates for Cor-
recting Iron Deficiency" Dr. Ivan Stewart, Ass't. Biochem-
ist, Citrus Experiment Station

"Possibilities of Marketing Citrus Thru Dispensers" R. M. Zach Savage
Townsend, Florida Citrus Mutual, Lakeland

4:00 P. M. ADJOURN Swimming, Boating, Fishing, Etc.

6:15 P. M. SUPFER..............................Mess Hall
8:00 P. M. AUDITORIUM Featuring.............ROY YOUNG

*(These are the best pictures of these gentlemen that we
could find)





*Ivan Stewart


R. M. Tounsend









HOW TO GET THERE: All roads lead to Camp MoQuarrie
and the Citrus Growers Institute which will be held
August 18 22. 3 PALATKA
RECREATIONt The Institute provides a trained re- '-
creation leader. Swimming, boating, fishing, AA '
horseshoes, volley ball, songs, games and fun will S' N, AL.l
be provided for the entertainment of persons attend- FOJT
ing the Institute. Moving pictures of special in-
terest will be shown throughout the week. This year
the Citrus Institute is fortunate in having Central A\^'
Florida's popular ROY YOUNG and his electric organ CAMP
as the top entertainment feature for the entire week. wRIDAr McQUARRIi,
A IOA BARB-R1VILL
SLEEPING ACCOMODATIONS: Available without charge .
as long as they last, in the ten cabins at Camp Mc-
Quarrie. Facilities are available for men, women, MATLA
and children. Persons using the acoomodations at A/ "UND
the camp must bring sheets, pillows, towels and other LE"BURS cUTI
personal effects, as they are not provided by the V Its
camp. Sleeping acoomodations are also available at M. DORA
nearby motor courts at a nominal price. Persons de-"
siring sleeping accommodations at the camp should
make their reservations early by mailing the form jANFO
shown below to: nowEv C3 U.s HIGHWAY
O JTATE HIGHWAy
DIRECTION TO
R. E. NORRIS, County Agent CAMP M&QUARQIE
TAVARES, Florida
$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 Fri-
day breakfast $9.00. Individual meals $1.00,
(except breakfast $.60)
Ir CASE OF CANCELLATION: Reservation fees will be
refunded ONLY if cancellation is made by WEDNESDAY,
August 13.


RESERVATI ON N

R. E. NORRIS
County Agent
TAVARES, Florida
Please make reservations for me at the Citrus Growers Institute to be
held Monday to Friday, August 18 22, 1952, at Camp McQuarrie. Inclosed is $ reserv-
ation 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 my party.
I (own)) ; (operate) acres of citrus groves in County.

Signed:

Address




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