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Title: Orange blossoms
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 Material Information
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 1953
Frequency: irregular
completely 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: VID00039
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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TWENTIETH ANNUAL CITRUS
CAMP MCQUARRIE LAKE
(Near Astor


GROWERS INSTITUTE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Park)


THE AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE INVITES YOU

To: Citrus Growers and Industry Representatives


THE CITRUS INSTITUTE COMMITTEE
SALUTES
THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY
of
EXTENSION WORK IN AMERICA,
and


Dear Friends:


It is with real pleasure that we again extend each
of you a cordial invitation to attend the Annual
Citrus Institute at .-H Camp McQuarrie August 17-21.
The Agricultural Extension Service is observing the
Fiftieth Anniversary of Farm Demonstration work this
year. This will be the Twentieth Citrus Institute
and we are proud of the contribution which this In-
stitute has made to the citrus industry of Florida.
The program is designed to bring you the very latest
in new citrus research as well as current thinking
on many problems in the industry. We believe that
this information will be of much value to you in the
coming year. There will also be time for relaxation,
recreation, and visiting with other growers at the
camp.
Please feel free to attend all or any part of the pro.
gram. Those who may wish to stay at the camp should
write for reservations to R. E. Norris, Lake County
Agricultural Agent, Tavares, Florida.
CAMP McO
Astor Pa
In Ocala Nat.
Sincerely yours,


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HAROLD G. CLAYTON, DIRECTOR
FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION
SERVICE


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L. W. Ziegler
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J. J. Parrish, Jr.
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Lacy G. Thomas


THURSDAY August 20..***........K.S. McMullen, in Charge

7:45 A. M............. BREAKFAST................Mess Hall
8:30 A. M.............AUDITORIUM .............Announcements

Zach Savage, Presiding

8:45 A. M.- "Top o' the Mornin' W. R.(Buster) Hancock,
Secretary Florida Farm Bureau Federation

"Trends in Citrus Fertilization" Dr. Walter Reuther,
Principal Horticulturist, USDA, Orlando

"Hedging Citrus Trees" R. E. Norris, Lake County Agent

INTERMISSION

"Problem in the Use of Secondary Nutrients for Citrus Pro-
duction Dr. 0. C. Bryan, Technical Director, Soil Science
Foundation

"The History of Florida Citrus" Professor L. W. Ziegler
College of Agriculture

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

Dr. E. W. Cake, Presiding

1:30 P. M. "The Duties of Your Citrus Commission and What
it means to Your Operation" J. J. Parrish, Jr., Member,
Florida Citrus Commission

A Panel on Futures Trading in Citrus

Dr. E. W, Cake, Leader

Members of the Panel:

Dr. H. G. Hamilton, Head, Department of Agricultural
Economics, Agricultural Experiment Station
John T. Lesley, General Manager, Florida Citrus Exch.
Lacy G. Thomas, grower
G. G. Ware, Chairman of the Board, First National
Bank, Leesburg.

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

6:15 P. M.. ............. .SUPPER................Mess Hall

8100 P. M ...............AUDITORIM .... Evening Entertainment

FRIDAY August 21

7:00 A. M... ,o.... .... .BREAKFAST..... ..........Mess Hall


CAMP and INSTITUTE ADJOURN


G. G. Ware


Zach Savage


R V W-.-.


Dr. 0. C. Bryan


Dr. E. W. Cake


Dr. H. G. Hamilton


John T. Lesley

















M. 0. Watkins


WEDNESDAY August 19..........K. S. McMullen, in Charge

7:45 A. M...*..........BREAKFAST. ... .... ......Mess Hall
8:30 A. M.............AUDITORIU... ..........Announcements

M. 0. Watkins, Presiding

8:45 A. M. "Top o' the Mornint Colin D. Gunn, State
Conservationist, U. S. Soil Conservation Service

"Present Fertilizer Recommendations" Dr. H. J. Reitz,
Horticulturist, Citrus Experiment Station

"Effect of Sulfur Applications on pH Control" Dr. I. W.
Wander, Soils Chemist, Citrus Experiment Station

INTERMISSION

"Field Identification of Tristeza Disease" Joe N. Busby,
Senior Grove Inspector, State Plant Board

"Tristeza Results and their Effect on the Research Outlook
Dr. T. J. Grant, Plant Pathologist, USDA, Orlando

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

F. E. Baetzman, Presiding

1:30 P. M. "The Citrus Budwood Certification Program".
Ed L. Ayers, Commissioner, State Plant Board

"Inspection and Timing in Relation to a Spray Program" -
W L. LThompson, Entomologist, Citrus Experiment Station

INTERMISSION

"Prospects for the Coming Season" Robert W. Rutledge, Mgr.
Florida Citrus Mutual

"Citrus By-Products" J. W. Kesterson, Associate Chemist,
Citrus Experiment Station

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

6:15 P. M............. .SUPPER. ....... ..... ...Mess Hall

8:00 P. M.............AUDITORIUM...Evening Entertainment

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MAKE DEFINITE PLANS TO SEE AND HEAR THIS INTERESTING,
SPECIAL FEATURE
t *
A Travelogue on Spanish Citrus
!
by
v Dr. A. F. Camp
Vice-Director
Citrus Experiment Station
S- Boss he is telling me story: - - - - - - - -


Dr. I. W. Wander


Joe N. Busby


rrea saetnman


Robert W. Rutledge


J. W. Kesterson


Dr. A. F. Camp


Dr. H. J. Reitz


Ed L. Ayers


W. L. Thompson





THE ANNUAL CITRUS INSTITUTE IS DIRECTED BY THE FLORIDA
AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE
--.Staff--- R
H. Lightfoot Lake County Commissioner Honorary Camp Director 0
K. S, McMullen Extension District Agent Institute Director Y
R. R. Norris Lake County Agricultural Agent Ass't. Institute Dir.
F. E. Baetzman Orange Co. Agric. Agent Ass't. Institute Dir. YOUNG
Roy Young Our Entertainer
Reed Hollinger Lake County Grower Canteen Manager
A. H. Whitmore Sec'y. Florida Citrus PCA Publicity Director
Mrs. Lucie K. Miller Lake County Home Demonst. Agent Hostess
Dr. E. W. Cake, Extension Economist, Marketing Recreation Leader MRS.
Miss Frances Cannon, Extension Health Education Specialist L
Recreation Leader U
Miss Cleo Arnett, Extension Nutritionist* C
Miss Helen Holstein, Extension Food Production and Conservation Y
Specialist* MILLER
*Will conduct demonstrations in the uses of citrus in the diet.

COOPERATING AGENCIES
Florida Agricultural Experiment Station; U. S. Department of R
Agriculture; Florida Citrus Commission; Florida Farm Bureau; A
Florida Citrus Production Credit Association and other Agri- N
cultural Agencies. C
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The Citrus Institute Committee Expresses Appreciation to: S
THE FLORIDA CITRUS PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION Orlando CANNON
Programs and Song Sheets
DOLOMITE PRODUCTS, INC., Ocala Fans in the Auditorium
FOREMOST FERTILIZER COMPANY, Leesburg, Identification Tags H
CHILEAN NITRATE EDUCATIONAL BUREAU, J. F. Bazemore, Mgr., E
Entertainment L
UMATILLA CITRUS GROWERS ASSOCIATION, Umatilla Field Boxes E
N
ALL SPEAKERS AND OTHERS who contributed to this program.
HOLSTEIN

C
L
Jack McCown, Ass't. Lake L
County Agent, and a detail E
of h-H Club Boys will help 0 O
make the Camp run smoothly. ARNETT

Jack McCom



4lloriba Citruse roburtion QErebit Association


w A citrus production financing cooperative, in the interests of
a.$. assisting the University of Florida Extension Service, and the
Department of Agriculture to bring to the growers current in-
A .1. formation on new practices and developments that will aid them
EPENDAILE 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.
Offices in: - -AL WHITMORE
ORLANDO WINTER HAVEN UMATILLA Secretary-Treasurer


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K. S. McMullen


F. S. Perry


Dr. E. Gardner
Dr. F. E. Gardner


Dr. Paul L. Harding


MONDAY August 17 .............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 18............. K.S. McMullen, In Charge
7:45 A. M.............. BREAKFAST............ Mess Hall
8:30 A. M............ AUDITORIUM...........Announcements

F. S. Perry Presiding
8:45 A. M. "Top o' the Morning' Karl Lehmann, Sec'y.
Lake County Chamber of Commerce

OPENING REMARKS H. G. Clayton, Director, Florida Agri-
cultural Extension Service

"The Present Status of Citrus Rootstock Research" Dr.
F. E. Gardner, Principal Horticulturist, USDA, Orlando

INTERMISSION Fr

"Limes in the Florida Citrus Picture". Fred P. Lawrence,
Citriculturist, Agricultural Extension Service
"Iron and Copper in Citrus Nutrition" Dr. Paul Smith,
Plant Physiologist, USDA, Orlando

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

Fred P. Lawrence, Presiding

1:30 P. M. Dedication of Lightfoot Road H. G. Clayton

"Seasonal Changes in Florida Tangelos" Dr. Paul L. Harding,
Senior Horticulturist, USDA, Orlando

"Root Distribution Studies in Sandy Soils" Dr. Harry W.
Ford, Ass't. Horticulturist, Citrus Experiment Station

INTERMISSION

"Spreading Decline" Dr. R. F. Suit, Plant Pathologist
Citrus Experiment Station

4:00 P. M. ADJOURN Swimming, Boating, Fishing, etc. D

6:15 P. M................SUPPER...............Mess Hall

8:00 P. M..............AUDITORIUM...Evening Entertainment


Jim Aitken, Orange County 4.H Club boy will give an ill-
ustrated lecture and demonstration on the identification
of citrus insects I


Dr. R. F. Suit


ed P. Lawrence


Dr. Paul Smith


'r. Harry Ford


Jim Aitken






Annual Citrus Growers Institute
4S Camp McQuarrie GAINUVILL
& August ..
1903-1953 TO PALATKA

1-% OCA-LA ,/ .OCALA
HOW TO GET THERE: All roads lead to Camp MoQuarrie S"or J
and the Citrus Growers Institute which will be held \[
August 17 to 21.
RECREATION: The Institute provides a trained re-. \Al
creation leader. Swimming, Boating, fishing, horse- \ w E C MP
shoes, volley ball, songs, games and fun will be I<, A"T yAM
provided for the entertainment of persons attending ALTOO
the Institute. Moving pictures of special interest UATILLA
will be shown throughout the week. Again this year f A
the Citrus Institute is fortunate in having Central LESsBu sJTI
Florida's popular ROY YOUNG and his electric organ A
as the top entertainment feature for the entire week. t A eoA
SIEPING. ACCOMODATIONS: Available without charge as
long as they last, in the ten cabins at Camp MoQuarrie. SANIOR
Facilities are available for men, women, and children. H owEr Ut HIGHWAY
Persons using the aooaodations at the camp must bring -rTIcON TO^
sheets, pillows, towels and other personal effeots,as CAMP MQUARNIr
they are not provided by the camp. Sleeping aooomoda-
tions are also available at nearby motor courts at a
nominal price. Persons desiring sleeping aooomoda-
tions at the camp should make their reservations early
by mailing the form shown below tot
R. E. NORRIS, County Agent
Tavares, Florida -
$1.00 RESERVATION FEE FOR EACH PERSON SHOULD ACCOMPAb NY
YOUR RESERVATION. MAKE ALL CHECKS PAYABLE TO: *
THE CITRUS GROWERS INSTITUTE t
COSTSt Persons staying from Monday supper thru Friday '
breakfast $9.00. Individual meals $1.00, (except '
breakfast $.60.) (o
IN CASE OF CANCELLATION: Reservation fees will be
refunded only if cancellation is made by WEDNESDAY, .-_- -,
August 1T -

RESERVATION
R. E. NORRIS
County Agent
TAVARES, Florida

Please make reservations for me at the Citrus Growers Institute to be held
Monday to Friday, August 17 21, 1953, at Camp MoQuarrie. Inclosed is $ 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 nm party.
I (own) ; (operate) acres of citrus groves in County.
Signed
Address_


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