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 1955
Frequency: irregular
completely irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Oranges -- Marketing -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
Oranges -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Genre: periodical   ( marcgt )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1, (May 1942)-v. 25, no. 8 (Nov. 1967).
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 16 repeated in numbering.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00086633
Volume ID: VID00049
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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Vol. 14, No.Z. 4


OFFICIAL PROGRAM


August 1 9 5 5


Dear Friends:


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SIRECTIOW TO
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The annual Citrus Institute
at Camp McQuarrie is now
generally recognized as an
important event for the cit-
rus industry of Florida.
The 1955 program has been
arranged to cover subjects
of timely interest. Opportu-
nityis afforded for discuss-
ion and questions regarding
the subjects presented by
well qualified people. There
is also more opportunity to
visit and discuss problems
with other growers which
makes the Citrus Institute
different from most other
events growers attend.
This is your cordial invita-
tion to come and participate
in all or any part of the pro-
gram. The Extension Service
is happy to have this camp
and its facilities usedbyyou
and others for this event.
Yours very truly,


K H. I. AON


THE CITRUS INSTITUTE
SALUTES


DR. ARTHUR F. CAMP
Veteran Citrus Research
Scientist
Director of Florida's
Citrus Experiment Station


Elm
H. G. Clayton ....
DIRECTED BY AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


22 nd Annual Growers Institute


















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THE ANNUAL CITRUS INSTITUTES ARE DIRECTED BY THE
FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE
STAFF
H. Lightfoot. . . . ... Lake County Commissioner
Honorary Camp Director
K. S.McMullen, Extension District Agent Institute Director
Fred P. Lawrence, Extension Citriculturist,Program Director
R. E. Norris, Lake County Agricultural Agt. ,Institute Manager
F. E. Baetzman, Orange County Agric. Agt., Ass't. Director
Mrs. Dorothy Fraser Institute Registrar
Dr. E. W. "Ned" Cake Song Leader
Mrs.DorothyFraser
Reed Hollinger, Lake County Grower, Canteen Manager K McMullen
A. H. Whitmore, Secretary, Florida Citrus Production Credit
Association Publicity Director
Miss Marian Bullard Lake County Home DemonstrationAgt.
Institute Hostess
Henry F.Swanson, Ass't. Orange County Agricultural Agent.
Leader of 4-H Club Service Detail

COOPERATING AGENCIES
Florida Agricultural Experiment Stations and
College of Agriculture, University of Florida; E. No
U.S. Department of Agriculture; Florida Citrus
Commission;Florida Citrus Mutual; Florida Farm
Bureau Federation;Florida Citrus Production
HenrySwanson Credit Association, and others.
THE CITRUS INSTITUTE COMMITTEE EXPRESSES APPRE-
CIATION to:
The Florida Citrus Production Credit Association Orlando
for Programs and Song Sheets
Dolomite Products, Inc. Ocala, Florida Fans
Foremost Fertilizer Company, Leesburg, Identification Tags Fred Lawrence
Chilean Nitrate Educational Bureau, Orlando, Tom Thumb Follies
Umatilla Citrus Growers Association Field Boxes
Harry P. Leu, Inc., Orlando Cushions
California Spray Chemical Company Orlando-Door Prizes
B and W Canning Company, Groveland -Frozen Concentrate
Wilson and Toomer Fertilizer Company Game Prizes

Henry Swanson, Ass't. Orange County Agent, and a detail of
Miss Marian Bullard 4-H Club Boys will help make the camp run smoothly. F.E. Baetzman

loriba MCitrus Probution Crebit Association
A citrus production financing cooperative, in the interest 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 economi-
cally, appreciated the opportunity of furnishing the official pro-
gram for the Citrus Institute at Camp McQuarrie. - -
Al Whitmore
Secretary- Treasurer
OFFICES IN
ORLANDO- -WINTER HAVEN- -EUSTIS A.H.Whitmore
P. O. Box P.O. Box P.O. Box
2111 695 1415
















Karl Lehmann


SWalker
Marvin Walker


M. O. Watkins


James E. Brogdon


MONDAY August 15. ... .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 16 .. . . . . .K.S. McMullen
Extension Service District Agent ...... .In Charge
7:15 A.M. BREAKFAST. .......... .Mess Hall
8:30 A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS. . . .. Auditorium
F. P. LAWRENCE, Citriculturist, Agricultural Extension
Service Presiding
8:45 A. M................ . .Invocation
WELCOME Karl Lehmann, Secretary, Lake County
Chamber of Commerce
OPENING REMARKS H. G. Clayton, Director of Florida
Agricultural Extension Service Gainesville
"HOW CAN WE FURTHER INCREASE CONSUMPTION OF
FROZEN CITRUS PRODUCTS? Marvin H. Walker, Gen-
eral Manager, Florida Citrus Canners Co-op Lake Wales
INTERMISSION

"ADVERTISING AS A FACTOR IN MARKETING FLORIDA
CITRUS" P. S. Patterson, Director of Advertising, Florida
Citrus Commission Lakeland
"pH and LIME REQUIREMENTS OF FLORIDA CITRUS Dr.
Paul L. Smith, Plant Physiologist, USDA Or land o, Fla.
12:15 DINNER. ................Mess Hall
1:30 P.M. Dr. Marshall O. Watkins, Ass't. Director
Florida Agricultural Extension Service Presiding
"ESTIMATING the FLORIDA CITRUS CROP Paul L.Shuler,
Citrus Statistician, USDA' Orlando
"NEW PARASITE INTRODUCTIONS" Alan G. Selhime,
Entomologist USDA Orlando
INTERMISSION
INSECT CONTROL
PANEL
J. E. Brogdon, Entomologist, Agricultural Extension Service
Moderator
PANEL MEMBERS: Dr. M. H. Muma, Citrus Experiment Sta-
tion; Dr. Herbert Spencer, USDA; Dr. R. F. Suit, Citrus Ex-
periment Station;R. B. Johnson, Citrus Experiment Station;
W. A. Hunt, grower; Lail Morthland, grower; Don M. Kemp,
Production Manager, Lake Region Packing Association.
4:00 P.M. Adjourn Swimming Boating Fishing, etc.
6:15 P.M.- SUPPER . . . ... . ..MessHall
8:00 P.M. AUDITORIUM ... Special Entertainment


FEATURING
TOM THUMB FOLLIES of Orlando
F. E. Baetzman. . .In Charge


Dr.Herbert Spencer
Dr.M.H. Muma


R.B.Johnson Paul Shuler


R. B. Johnson Paul Shuler


Dr.Paul Smith


W. A. Hunt


Lail Morthland


Alan Selhime


Don Kemp

















Dr.E.W.Cake


r. H. G. Hamilton


THURSDAY, August 18. . K. S.McMullen, In Charge
7:15 A.M. BREAKFAST. . . . ... Mess Hall
8:30 A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS. . . Auditorium
Dr. E. W. Cake. . Presiding
"GROWER SELECTION OF A SALES AGENCY"- Dr. E.W.
D
Cake, Marketing Specialist, Agricultural Extension Service
Gainesville
"METHODS OF SELLING FRESH FRUIT" Dr. H. G.Hamilton
14ead, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of
Florida Gainesville
INTERMISSION
"HOW TO USE THE AUCTIONS MORE PROFITABLY"-A. P.
Rightor, Pres. Union Fruit Auction Product Station,Pittsburgh
(Assistedby Chas. W. Irrgang,FruitAuctionSales Co. ,Chicago)
SPECIAL NOTE: Following this talk a special catalogue will
be distributed. This, together with freshfruit held in cold stor-
age, will be the "props"for an auction sale of a car of fruit to
the audience. (Fruit supplied thru courtesy of Lake Region
Packing Association and kept in cold storage by Dr. Paul Harding
U. S. Dept. of Agriculture Orlando

12:15 P.M.- DINNER. . . . . ... .Mess Hall
1:30 P.M. Prof. L.W.Ziegler, Professor of Citriculture
University of Florida . .Presiding
"EXPORT POSSIBILITIES WITH FLORIDA CITRUS" Gwynn
Garnett, Administrator, Foreign Agriculture Service, U. S.
Dept. of Agriculture, Washington(formerly Director, Foreign
Division, American Farm Bureau Federation
(Appreciation is extended Florida Citrus Mutualfor extending
the invitation to Mr. Garnett to speak at the Institute)

"CITRUS SALES WITH A BRANDING IRON" Walter J. Page,
Advertising Mgr. Florida Citrus Exchange Tampa, Florida
INTERMISSION D
"WHAT the RECORDS SHOW REGARDING RATES of FERTI-
LIZATION, Zach Savage, Associate Economist, Agricultural
Experiment Station Gainesville
FERTILIZER PANEL
Fred P. Lawrence - Moderator
PANEL MEMBERS: Dr. Walter Reuther, Head, Dept. of Hor-
ticulture, University of Florida; Dr. Herman Reitz, Citrus
Experiment Station; Dr. Paul Smith, USDA; Dr. O. C. Bryan
Soil Science Foundation, Lakeland; Herbert Boltin,Production
Manager, Triple E Development Co-. ,Dade City;E. L.Atkinson
grove caretaker, Umatilla;W.H. Gibb, Jr., Grower; Zach Sav-
age, Agricultural Experiment Station Gainesville, Florida
4:00 P.M.- ADJOURN Boating, Fishing, Swimming, etc.
6:15 P.M. SUPPER ............... MessHa
8:00 P.M. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT. .....Auditorium

FRIDAY August 19 7:00 A.M .. . . . .Breakfas
Camp and Institute adjourn


Walter J.Page


)r.Walter Reuther


Herbert Boltin


A. P. Rightor


Gwynn Garnett


L. W. Ziegler


Dr.O.C.Bryan















F. W. Parvin


Dr. Paul Harding


Dr. R. F. Suit


Jasper Joiner


WEDNESDAY August 17. . K. S. McMullen, In Charge

7:15 A.M.- BREAKFAST. . . . ... .MessHall
8:30 A.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS. ; .. . .Auditorium

F. W. Parvin, Assistant to the Director, Agricultural Ex-
tension Service - Presiding
"SEASONAL CHANGES in FLORIDA TANGELOS" -Dr. Paul
L. Harding, Principal Plant Physiologist, USDA, Orlando
"CITRUS PRODUCTION RESEARCH PROBLEMS" Dr.H.J.
Reitz, Horticulturist, Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred

INTERMISSION

"HANDLING of CITRUS in GROVES and PACKING HOUSES"
Eric Thor, Associate Agricultural Economist, Agricultural
Experiment Station

"PROGRESS REPORT on the SUSCEPTIBILITY of the VARIOUS
ROOTSTOCKS TO CITRUS DECLINE"- Dr.R.F. Suit
Plant Pathologist, Citrus Experiment Station

12:15 P.M. DINNER. . . ... . . Mess Hall
1:30 P.M. Jasper Joiner. Assistant Horticulturist,
Agricultural Extension Service Presiding

"COMPARISON OF VARIOUS TYPES OF IRON CHELATES ON
FRUIT BURN"
Dr. Ivan Stewart, Ass't. Biochemist, and
Dr. C. D. Leonard, Associate Horticulturist
'Citrus Experiment Station Lake Alfred

"THE SELECTION of VARIETIES for NEW CITRUS PLANTINGS
Dr. F. E. Gardner, Principal Horticulturist,
U. S. Dept. of Agriculture - Orlando
INTERMISSION

"WHAT'S on a FERTILIZER TAG and WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
Dr. Dan Spinks, Professor of Soils, University of Florida
College of Agriculture Gainesville

"FLORIDA'S CITRUS BUDWOOD CERTIFICATION PROGRAM"
Gerald C. Norman, Citrus Budwood Certification Office
State Plant Board Winter Haven r

4:00 P.M. ADJOURN Swimming, Boating, Fishing, etc.
6:15 P.M. SUPPER . .. .. .... .. ..MessHall
8:00 P.M. AUDITORIUM ... . Special Entertainment

FEATURING

WALLY LONO and HIS TROUPE HAWAIIAN
MUSIC and DANCING R. E. Norris, InCharge


Ur. Dan pinks


Gerald Norman


)r.F.E. Gardner


C. D. Leonard







22 nd Annual Citrus Growers Institute
Camp McQuarrie

AUG UST

15 TO 19
HOW TO GET THERE: See Map on Page I.
RECREATION: The Institute provides a trained recreationleader. Swimming, boating, fishing,
horseshoes, volleyball, songs, games and fun will be providedfor the entertainment of persons
attending the Institute. Moving pictures of special interest willbe shown throughout the week.
SLEEPING ACCOMMODATIONS: Available without charge as long as they last, in the ten cabins
at Camp McQuarrie. Facilities are available for men, women and children. Persons using the
accommodations at the Camp must bring sheets, pillows, towels and other personal effects, as
they are not provided by the Camp. Sleeping accommodations are alsoavailable at nearby motor
courts at a nominal price. (See list of nearby accommodations below). Persons desiring sleep-
ing accommodations at the Camp should make their reservations early by mailing the form
shown below.
NEARBY ACCOMMODATIONS
Astor, Florida Umatilla, Florida
Astor Cottages 5. 8 miles Colonial Hotes 20.0 Miles
Blue Creek Lodge 4. 0 miles Umatilla Hotel 20. 0 Miles
Forest Tavern 2.5 miles
Ocala, Florida Hotel Marion 32. 0 miles
$1.00 RESERVATION FEE FOR EACH PERSON SHOULD ACCOMPANY YOUR RESERVATION
MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO:
THE CITRUS INSTITUTE

COSTS: Persons staying from Monday supper thru Friday breakfast $9.00. Individual Meals
$1. 00 Except Breakfast $. 60.
IN CASE OF CANCELLATION: Reservation fees will be refunded ONLY if cancellation is-
made by WEDNESDAY, August 10.

R. E. Norris
Lake County Agricultural Agent ENROLL WITH
TAVARES, Florida

Please make reservations for me at the Citrus Growers Institute to be held Monday to Friday
August 15 19, 1955 at Camp McQuarrie. 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 my party.
I (own) ; (operate) acres of citrus groves in

Signed

Address


FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE




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