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 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: VID00059
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. )J, No. 3 OFFICIAL PROGRAM June 1957
&I FOURTH CITRUS AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS INSTITUTE
DIRECTED BY AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE UNIVERSITY of FLORIDA
JUNE 6 & 7, 1957
4-H CAMP CLOVERLEAF
(5 Mi. N. W. of LAKE PLACID, HIGHLANDS COUNTY)


CITRUS HALL
(Built by the Citrus Industry)


Dr. John W. Sites
Head, Fruit Crops
Section, University
of Florida


Dr. Herman J. Reitz
Horticulturist In
Charge Citrus
Experiment Sta.
Lake Alfred


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Sub-Tropical


4TH ANNUAL CITRUS and SUB- TROPICAL
INSTITUTE CAMP CLOVERLEAF
THURSDAY JUNE 6, 1957

MORNING SESSION .... .9 O'CLOCK


Presiding ...... .Jack T. McCown
SAss't. Horticulturist (Citrus)
Agricultural Extension Service
University of Florida Gainesville

Jack T.McCown
OPENING REMARKS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
INVOCATION


. A


"SUMMARY of CITRUS IRRIGATION EX-
PERIMENTS Dr. E. J. Deszyck,Ass't.
Horticulturist Citrus Experiment Station
I T-1--- I-ir -.d i J,_1


a^ 4M Lake Alfre or a

Dr. E. J. Deszyck
"EVAPO-TRANSPIRATION as aGUIDEto
CITRUS IRRIGATION" Dr. R. C. J. Koo,
I Ass't. Biochemist Citrus Experiment
Station Lake Alfred, Florida


J. T. Griffith


RECESS


Dr.R.C.J. Koo


"IS it RIGHT to PLANT JUST ANY TREE"
Joe Busby,Ass't. Director, Agricultural
Extension Service Gainesville


"LATEST TECHNIQUES in the PROPAG-
ATION of SUBTROPICAL FRUITS" Roy
O. Nelson University of Miami


Joe N. Busby


NOON


Jasper N.
Joiner


Fruit


Institute,


AFTERNOON SESSION

Presiding. . . ... Jasper N. Joiner
Ass't. Horticulturist, Agricultural Exten-
sion Service, University of Florida
Gainesville -


"PROCESSING POSSIBILITIES for TROP-
ICAL FRUITS" -George Macfie, Research
Ass't. Professor of Food Technology
University of Miami


"REPLANTING TREATED AREAS of
SPREADING DECLINE"- Dr. R. F. Suit,
Plant Pathologist, Citrus ExperimentSta-
tion Lake Alfred, Florida
Dr. R. F. Suit
RECESS


"CURRENT STATUS OF SPREADING
DECLINE" J. T. Griffith, Member,
Industry Committee on Spreading Decline


"MECHANICAL METHODS OF HOEING
CITRUS TREES"


A Panel Discussion
Moderator . . . ... H.A. Thullbery

Panel Members
R. L. Padgett, Prod. Mgr. Avon Park
Elton Crews, Prod. Manager Avon Park
J.T. Griffith, Prod. Mgr. -Winter Haven


H. A. Thullbery


The mechanical hoe is one of the newest mechanical de-
vices in the citrus industry. There are many advantages
to the new type equipment. Your panel members have had
wide experience with these tools. Possibly they canan-
swer your questions.

The panel discussion will be followed by a grove dem-
onstration of several types of mechanical hoes. ( Note
to machinery operators -feel free to bring and demon-
strate your individual hoe. Arrangements can be made
with Bert Harris, county Agent Sebring, Florida. )







Lake Placid


JUNE


F. S. Perry


Dr. Herbert
Spencer







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Robert E.
Norris


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Simanton


4TH ANNUAL CITRUS and SUB- TROPICAL
INSTITUTE CAMP CLOVERLEAF
FRIDAY JUNE 7, 1957

MORNING SESSION . . 9 O'CLOCK

Presiding . . . ... .F.S. Perry
District Agent (East Coast) Agricultural
Extension Service. . . .Gainesville



"SHORT CUTS ARE USUALLY COSTLY"
Jack T. McCown, Ass't. Horticulturist
Agricultural Extension Service,Gainesville



"TAKING a LOOK atthe NEWER INSECT-
ICIDES" Dr. Herbert Spencer, Entomolo-
gist, USDA Agricultural Research Service
Orlando, Florida


AFTERNOON SESSION

Presiding. . . . James E. Brogden
Associate Entomologist, Agricultural
S-Extension Service
University of Florida Gainesville


James E.Brogden
"PROGRESS and PROBLEMS of LYCHEE
PRODUCTION IN FLORIDA" Earl Wirt,
p Jr., President, Florida Lychee Growers
Association


Earl Wirt


" CURRENT MEDITERRANEAN FRUIT
FLY SITUATION" Dr. W. A. Simanton,
Entomologist, Citrus Experiment Station
Lake Alfred


RECESS


RECESS


"CONTROLLING WEEDS IN CITRUS
GROVES"
A Panel Discussion

Moderator. . . .Robert E. Norris
Lake County Agricultural Agent
Panel Members

Dr. John R. King, Entomologist, Indian
River Field Laboratory Ft. Pierce

Dr.W.A. Simanton, Entomologist, Citrus
Experiment Station Lake Alfred

Dr. Evert Bert, Agronomist, Agricultur-
al Experiment Station Gainesville



"PROBLEMS AND POSSIBILITIES IN the
MARKETING OF LYCHEES" Gordon
Palmer, Chairman, Marketing Committee
Florida Lychee Growers Association


NOON


W 'T11 "WHAT A CHEMIST SEES IN CITRUS"
R.N.Hendrickson R. N. Hendrickson, Ass't. Chemist
Citrus Experiment Station Lake Alfred


Francine Fish


"SUMMER APPLICATION of ZINEB FOR
CONTROL OF CITRUS FRUIT" - Miss
Francine Fisher, Ass't. Plant Pathologist
Citrus Experiment Station
Lake Alfred


er


PROGRAM FURNISHED By:

FLORIDA CITRUS PRODUCTION CREDIT

ASSOCIATION
The citrus production finan-
1 cing cooperative in the in-
S terest of assisting the Univ-
C ersity of Florida Extension.
Service and the Department
of Agriculture in bringing to
aW cy growers, current informa- A. H.
tion onnewpractices andde- Whitmore
velopments that will aid them in raising, harvesting and
marketing their fruit more economically, appreciates
the opportunity of furnishing the officialprogram for the
Gulf Citrus Growers Institute.
d - -Al Whitmore, Secretary-Treasureq,


The control of noxious weeds and grasses
has long been a problem in Florida citrus
groves and with the present cost of hand
labor the situation has become acute.

During the pasttwo years your Panel has
been conducting experiments in chemical
control of these grove pests.


ORLANDO
P. O. Box
2111


OFFICES IN
WINTER HAVEN
P. O. Box


and


1957


Dr. Evert
Bert


P.O.Box
1415





FOURTH CITRUS and SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS INSTITUTE
Directed by
Florida Agricultural Extension Service University of Florida


M. O. Watkins, Director
K. S. McMullen, Dist. Agent
F. S. Perry, District Agent
B. J. Harris, County Agent
W. L. Woods, County Agent
J. F. Barco, County Agent


ence


Fred P. Lawrence, Citriculturist
Jack T. McCown, Ass't. Horticult.
Jasper Joiner, Ass 't. Horticulturist
W. P. Hayman, County Agent
John H. Causey, Ass't. CountyAgent
J.C. Hayman, Ass't. County Agent


GROWERS ADVISORY COMMITTEE


Donald S. McKay, DeSoto County Cole Danley, Highlands County
Jim Coarsey, Jr., Highlands Co. W. Erie Camplen, DeSoto County
G. F. Ward, Highlands County Jack Hutchinson, Highlands County

COOPERATING AGENCIES
Florida Agricultural Experiment Station U. S. Horticultural Station -
State Plant Board Florida Citrus Mutual Florida Citrus Production
Credit Association -Southern Dolomite Company University of Miami
Ridge Lime and Avocado Growers Association
RECREATION DIRECTOR HOSTESS
N. H. McQueen, County Agent Catherine Brabson, Home Demon-
Punta Gorda station Agent Sebring, Florida


B. J. Harris, Jr.


4-H CLUB BOYS DETAIL


J. C. Hayman, Ass't. County Agent - Highlands County

REGISTRATION
B. J.Harris, Jr., Co. Agt. Mrs. Joy H. Womble, sec'y. to Co. Agent
Mrs. T. L. Ellis, secretary, Home Demon. Agent Highlands County

PROGRAM
A. H. Whitmore, Florida Citrus Production Credit Association Orlando
W. L. Tait, Florida Citrus Production Credit Association Winter Haven


Ka FOOD SERVICE: Meals will be served at camp beginning with supper at
W. P.Hayman 6:30 p. m., Wednesday, June 5, through luncheon on Friday, June 7.
Luncheon and Supper $1.25 each. Breakfast $. 75 Season Ticket
$6.00. Children under 10 years half price.

RECREATION: A good place tomeet your friends and relax. Swimming,
fishing, songs, games and fun for all the family, bring your boat. \
SPEND THE NIGHTS TUESDAY, June 5, and WEDNESDAY, June 6. W. L. Woods


HOUSING: Sleeping accommodations free of charge. Camp will sleep a
total of 196 people in the following facilities:
12 4-H Club boys and girls squad cabins 144
4. 2 Leaders cabins (inner spring mattresses) 20
2 Staff cabins (inner spring mattresses) 20
S Facilities available for men, women and children. Men and women hous-
J. C. Hayman ed separately. Persons sleeping at camp must bring sheets, pillows,
towels and toilet articles. Take advantage of free sleeping accommo-
dations and STAY at CAMP! Nearby motor courts and hotels are J. F. Barco
also available at nominal prices.


r .
Fred P. Lawr




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