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: June 1957
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: VID00058
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.J5-NO.4 OFFICIAL PROGRAM AUGUST, 1957
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THE CITRUS INSTITUTE SALUTES!


DR. PAUL L. HARDING, PLANT PHYSIOLOGIST
U. S. DEPARTMENT of AGRICULTURE
FRIEND of the GROWER CHAMPION of HIGH QUALITY


To: FLORIDA CITRUS GROWERS and THEIR FRIENDS

It is with real pleasure that we in the Agricultural
Extension Service extend you a cordial invitation to at-
tend the 24TH annual Citrus Growers Institute at 4-H
Camp McQuarrie.

You will be pleased withthe program againthis year
as in the past. It contains much timely information that
should prove valuable to you in your work. With the com-
petition every citrus grower faces today it is a "must"that,
we keep current on this new information.

We will look forward to seeing you at the Institute.
Come prepared to relax and enjoy the recreation and
fellowship while you learn.

Sincerely yours,


DIRECTOR


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R. E. Norris
INSTITUTE
MANAGER


DIRECTED BY AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


24th Annual Growers Institute









MONDAY - AUGUST 12, R. E. Norris
In Charge

2:00 6:00 P. M. . . .Registration
6:15 P. M. SUPPER. . .Mess Hall
8:00 P. M. ASSEMBLY. . Auditorium



TUESDAY -AUGUST 13, K. S. McMullen
Extension Service Distr. Agt. In Charge

7:15 A. M. BREAKFAST - Mess Hall
8:30 A. M. Announcements-Auditorium
Joe N. Busby, Assistant Director Agri-
cultural Extension Service Presiding


INVOCATION Rev. Jesse Jones, Pastor
First Methodist Church, Tavares

WELCOME R. E. Norris, Lake County
Agricultural Agent Tavares

OPENING REMARKS Dr. M. 0. Watkins
Director, Florida Agricultural
Extension Service

'The Breeding and Rootstock Program of
the United States Dept. of Agriculture' -
Dr. Frank Gardner, Principal Horticult-
urist USDA Orlando

INTERMISSION

"Irrigating Florida Citrus Groves" Dr.
L. W. Ziegler, Prof. of Citrus Culture -
Florida College of Agriculture

"Laying out an Irrigation Plant" S. E.
Dowling, Ass't. Agricultural Engineer -
Agricultural Extension Service

12:15 P. M. DINNER. . .MessHall

1:30 P. M.- Fred P. Lawrence, Citricul-
turist, Agricultural Extension Service -
Presiding

'Maintenance of Quality of Fruits & Veg-
etables from Farm Gate to Consumer"
Dr. J. M. Lutz, Assistant Head, Quality
Maintenance & Improvement Section, AMS,
USDA Beltsville, Maryland




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Childs


Burt


"Some Pictures and Comments on Recent
Travels in Egypt" Dr. J. F. L. Childs,
Plant Pathologist, USDA Orlando, Fla.

INTERMISSION

"Pine Mice and Shrews -A NewProblem
in Florida Citrus' Jack T. McCown,
Ass't. Horticulturist, Agricultural Exten-
sion Service Gainesville

'Herbicides in Citrus Groves" A Panel
R. E. Norris Moderator.
Dr. E. O. Burt, Ass't. Agronomist, Ag-
ricultural Exper. Station Gainesville
Dr. W. A. Simanton, Entomologist, Cit-
rus Experiment Station Lake Alfred
Dr. John R. King, Ass't. Entomologist,
Citrus Experiment Station Fort Pierce

4:00 P. M. ADJOURN- Swimming, Boat-
ing, Fishing, etc.
6:15 P. M. - SUPPER . Mess Hall
8:00 P. M. AUDITORIUM --Entertain-
ment Group Singing with G. T. Huggins
& Morris Anderson. Square dancing, lead
by Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bailey Tavares.


WEDNESDAY AUGUST 14 K. S. Mc-
Mullen, In Charge
s 7:15 A. M. BREAKFAST - Mess Hall
8:30 A. M. Announcements-Auditorium

Jack T. McCown, Ass't. Horticulturist,
Agricultural Exten. Service -Presiding

"Nitrogen Sources and Rates, and Potash
SLevels on Production and Quality of Marsh
Grapefruit" Dr. Paul F. Smith, Plant
Physiologist, USDA Orlando, Florida

"Current Grove Practices For Valencia
Oranges"- Dr. R. C. J. Koo, Ass't. Horti-
culturist, Citrus Experiment Station.
INTERMISSION

"Some Facts to Consider in Moving a
Large Orange Crop" Dr. MarshallGod-
win, Associate Marketing Economist, Ag-
ricultural Exper. Station Gainesville

"Factors Influencing the Quality of Citrus"
Dr. Herman J. Reitz, Horticulturist In
Charge, Citrus Experiment Station



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Mathews Simanton Long


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Morthland Townsend


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12:15 P. M. DINNER. . Mess Hall
1:30 P. M. -F.S. Perry, Extension Ser-
vice District Agent Presiding

"The Effect of Quality on the Sale of Florida
Citrus" Key Scales, Jr., Chairman,
Florida Citrus Commission Weirsdale


Pe rr "The Chilled Juice Industry" David Ham-
rick, Director of Quality Control, Fruit
Industries, Inc. ,Bradenton
INTERMISSION
"The Present Status of the Spreading De-
Scline Program" Dr. J. T. Griffiths -
Member, Industry Committee on Spread-
ing Decline

Scales "The Spreading Decline Research Program
A Panel" Fred P. Lawrence, Moderator

For the Citrus Experiment Station Dr.
Herman J. Reitz
For the U. S. Department of Agriculture
Dr. Frank Gardner

4:00 P. M. ADJOURN- Swimming, Boat-
ing, Fishing, etc.
6:15 P. M. - SUPPER. . Mess Hall
8:00 P. M. AUDITORIUM Entertain-
Griffiths ment, Singing, Games, G. T. Huggins.
in Charge Music by Morris Anderson &
his accordion


THURSDAY AUGUST 15 K. S.McMul-
len, In Charge
7:15 A. M. BREAKFAST - Mess Hall
8:30 A. M. Announcements-Auditorium

T. R. Townsend, Volusia County Agent
Presiding
"The Present Status of the Medfly Pro-
gram, Ed L. Ayers, Commissioner, State
Plant Board

"The Vitamin C Content of Grapefruit Ac-
cording to Size" Dr. William G. Long,
Horticulturist, USDA Orlando, Florida
INTERMISSION
"The Citrus Horn of Plenty" An Exten-
sion Service TV Show

"The Florida Citrus Exposition -Show
Window of the Citrus Industry Robert
J. Eastman, General Mgr.


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King Kemp, Brooks Lunsford


Whitmore


Eastman Koo


Tait


12:15 P. M. DINNER.. MessHall
1:30 P. M. Edsal Rowan, Marion
County Agent. ... .Presiding

"State Institutions in the Citrus Industry'
Dr. Ralph Miller, Chairman State
Board of Control and State Plant Board

"New Citrus Legislation" Vernon Con-
wan ner, President, Florida Citrus Mutual
INTERMISSION
"The Florida State Horticultural Society"
R. E. Norris, President
"The Practical Approach to the Problem
of Insect and Disease Control in a Typi-
cal Year"-A Panel- James E. Brogdon
Extension Service Entomologist,Moderator
Miller Charles D. Kime, Jr., Production Mgr.
Waverly Growers Cooperative
Wilbur Charles, Production Manager
Florence Citrus Growers Ass'n.
Don Kemp, Production Manager, Lake
Region Packing Association
Lee Mathews, Production Manager, Ply-
mouth Citrus Growers Ass'n.
Lail Morthland, Grower
4:00 P. M. ADJOURN- Swimming, Boat-
Conner
ing, Fishing, etc.
6:15 P. M. - SUPPER .. .Mess Hall
8:00 P. M. AUDITORIUM Entertain-
ment, Singing, Games G. T. Huggins,
in Charge Music by Morris Anderson
and his accordion.
FRIDAY AUGUST 16
7:00 A. M. BREAKFAST -Mess Hall
INSTITUTE ADJOURNS
Brog on RECREATION
The Institute provides a trained recreation leader. Swim-
ming, boating, fishing, horseshoes, volleyball, games,
songs and fun will be provided for the entertainment of
persons attending the Institute. Moving pictures of spec-
ial interest will be shown throughout the week.
PROGRAM FURNISHED BY:
^loriba Qitrus lroburtion lrebit


AJssoriatinn
'A., The citrus financing cooperative which, in the
interest of the growers, cooperates with the
IEP*NAILE CET University of Florida Extension Service and
the Department of Agriculture inbringing togrowers, cur-
rent information on new practices and developments that
will aid in raising, harvesting and marketing their crops.
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d Citrus Growers Institute.Camp McQuamrieLA U 0 U LS 12-16


THE ANNUAL CITRUS INSTITUTES ARE
DIRECTED by the FLORIDA AGRICULT-
URAL EXTENSION SERVICE
STAFF
K. S. McMullen,Extension District Agt.,
Institute Director
Fred P. Lawrence, ExtensionCitricultur-
ist, Program Director
McMullen R. E. Norris, Lake County Agricultural
Agent, Institute Manager
Mrs. Dorothy Fraser, assisted by Mrs.
R. E. Norris, Institute Registrars
SG. T. Huggins, Bradford County Agricul-
Stural Agent, Song Leader
Reed Hollinger, Lake County Grower,Can-
teen Manager
/ A. H.Whitmore, Secretary, Florida Citrus
Lawrence Production Credit Association,
Director of Publicity
Mrs. Donna Bass, Institute Hostess
Mrs. Marian Valentine, Lake County
Home Demonstration Agent, assist-
ed by Mrs. D. R. Cox, Women's
Activities
James R. Connell, Ass't. Lake County
Agricultural Agent, Leader of 4-H
Club Service Detail
SBilly O. Bass, Ass't. Lake County Agent,
McCown Recreation
Morris Anderson, Music Maker


Connell


B. Bass


COOPERATING AGENCIES
Florida Agricultural Experiment Station
and College of Agriculture, Univ-
ersity of Florida
U. S. Department of Agriculture
Florida Citrus Commission
Florida Citrus Mutual
Florida Citrus Production Credit-Ass'n.
State Plant Board of Florida

NEARBY ACCOMMODATIONS
Astor Cottages 5. 8 miles
Blue Creek Lodge 4 miles
Forest Tavern 2.5 miles
Hotel Marion, Ocala 32 miles
Colonial Hotel, Umatilla 20 miles
Umatilla Hotel, Umatilla 20 miles


Anderson
Anderson


The Citrus Institute Committee
Expresses Appreciation to:
Florida Citrus Production Credit Ass'n.,
Orlando, programs and song sheets
Dolomite Products, Inc., Ocala Fans
Foremost Fertilizer Company, Leesburg,
Identification tags
Chilean Nitrate Educational Bureau, Or-
lando, Entertainment
Umatilla Citrus Growers Association
Field boxes
Harry P. Leu, Inc., Orlando, cushions
Citrus Culture Corporation, Mount Dora,
Water cooler
Florida Citrus Commission, display mat-
erial
Florida Grower and Rancher, pencils
and pads
Orlando National Farm Loan Association
Envelopes
California Spray Chemical Company,
Orlando, Prizes
Phillips Petroleum Company, Tampa,
Prizes
Cummer Lime Company, Ocala, Prizes
Grand Island Citrus Cooperative, Orange
juice


D. Bass 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 accommodations
at camp must bring sheets, pillows, towels and other per-
sonal effects as they are not provided by the camp. Sleep-
ing accommodations are also available at nearby motor
courts at a nominal price. (See list of nearby accommo-
dations below). Persons desiring sleeping accommoda-
tions at camp should make their reservations early by
mailing the form shown below. If you wishto use the out-
side accommodations listed below, PLEASE WRITE DIR-
ECTLY TO THEM.
A $1. 00 reservation fee for each person should accom-
pany your reservation at Camp McQuarrie. Make checks
payable to THE CITRUS INSTITUTE. (Reservation dep-
osit applies on your meal tickt).
COSTS: Persons staying from Monday supper thru Fri-
day breakfast $9.00. Individual meals $1.00 except
breakfast $. 60. (Children under 10 years of age, half
price Lap chillun no charge). In case of cancellation
reservation fee will be refunded ONLY if cancellation is
made by Wednesday, August 7.


R. E. Norris
Lake County Agricultural Agent ENROLL WITH
Tavares, Florida
Please make reservations for me at the Citrus Growers Institute to be heldMonday to Friday
August 12-16, 1957 at Camp McQuarrie. Inclosed is $ reservation fee which will be cred-
ited to me when I register at camp. There will be men, women, children (under
6 years of age), boys, girls in my party.
I (own) ; (Operate) acres of citrus groves in
Signed:
Address:


Fraser




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