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: May 1958
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.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00086633
Volume ID: VID00063
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. 16A No. 2. OFFICIAL PROGRAM May 1958


5TH Annual South Florida Citrus Institute
Directed by Agricultural Extension Service
University of Florida
May 29 & 30, 1958
4-H Camp Cloverleaf
(5 Mi. N.W. of Lake Placid, Highlands County)



'oM 4-H Camp


MAP of DIRECTIONS


PARK.


/ O 1 vv ..,
DIRECTION TO CAMP

B. J. Harris, Jr.,
Highlands County
Agricultural Agent
In charge of
Arrangements








5th


ANNUAL SOUTH FLORIDA CITRUS INSTITUTE


S5TH ANNUAL SOUTH FLORIDA CITRUS
INSTITUTE 4-H CAMP CLOVERLEAF
,i LAKE PLACID, HIGHLANDS COUNTY
WEDNESDAY MAY 28

6:30 P. M. SUPPER -CITRUS HALL
8:00 P. M. ..... . .RECREATION
*1W CATTLEMEN'S HALL
Fred P.Lawrence ----------


E. W. Cake


Roger Johnson


THURSDAY MAY 29

7:15 A. M. -Breakfast- CITRUS HALL

MORNING SESSION . . 90'Clock

Presiding .... .Fred P. Lawrence
Citriculturist, Agricultural Extension
Service University of Florida, Gaines-
ville




Opening Remarks and Announcements




INVOCATION

Rev. D. C. Spillman, Pastor, First
Baptist Church . . Lake Placid

'What is the 1958-59 Citrus Outlook?"
Dr. E. W. Cake, Economist, Agricul-
tural Extension Service, University of
Florida

"Field Observations of Citrus Groves
Following the Freezes" Jack T. Mc-
Covwn, Ass't. Citriculturist, Agricult-
ural Extention Service, University of
Florida


W. L. Thompson


RECESS


A*W.
Harry Ford


Harry Ford


'What to Expect from Zineb ? Dr.
Roger Johnson, Ass't. Entomologist,
Citrus Experiment Station,Lake Alfred

"The Problem of Cultivation in Citrus
Groves"- Dr. Harry Ford, Citrus Ex-
periment Station, Lake Alfred.

12:00 Noon Luncheon CITRUS HALL


AFTERNOON SESSION

Presiding .... .William H. Mathews
Ass't. Horticulturist, Agricultural Ex-
tension Service, Gainesville




Wm. H. Mathews
Symposium on Fruit Quality

"Pounds Solids and what they Mean to
the Grower" -(Sampling Technique and
How Pounds Solids Are Figured) Dr.
George F. Westbrook, Chief Chemist,
Citrus and Vegetable Inspection Service
State Department of Agriculture, Win-
ter Haven

"Stocks & Varieties in Relationto Fruit
Quality" Dr. F. E. Gardner, Senior
Pomologist, USDA Horticultural Station,
Orlando

"Fertilization in Relation to Fruit Qual-
ity" -Dr. H. J. Reitz, Horticulturist-in-
Charge, Citrus Experiment Station -
Lake Alfred



RECESS
H. J. Reitz


"Pest Control in Relationto Fruit Qual-
ity" W. L. Thompson, Entomologist,
Citrus Experiment Station Lake Alfred

"Irrigation and Weather Conditions in
Relation to Fruit Quality Dr. L. W.
Ziegler,Proffessor, Citrus Fruit Crops,
Department, University of Florida

Following the presentation of the above
L. W. Ziegler topics, the speakers will entertainques-
tions from the floor.

Summary Dr. John W. Sites, Head,
Fruit Crops Department, University
S of Florida, Gainesville

5:00 P. M. ....... .. ..ADJOURN

6:15 P. M.- Supper CITRUS HALL

8:00 P. M. ..... .RECREATION
John W. Sites CATTLEMEN's HALL


Jack McCown
Jack McCown


H. J. Spencer


W. G. Cowper-
thwaite


L. C. Cochran


James E. Brogdc


5TH ANNUAL SOUTH FLORIDA CITRUS
INSTITUTE 4-H CAMP CLOVERLEAF
LAKE PLACID, HIGHLANDS COUNTY
FRIDAY MAY 30

7:15 A. M. Breakfast -CITRUS HALL




MORNING SESSION .... .9 O'clock

Presiding ..... Jack T. McCown,
Ass't. Citriculturist, Agricultural Ex-
tension Service, Gainesville

"A Report on the Newer Materials for
Combating Citrus Pests" James E.
Brogdon, Entomologist, Agricultural
Extension Service, Gainesville

"Controlling Scales and Spiders in Cit-
rus "-Dr. H. J. Spencer, Entomolo-
gist, USDAHorticultural Sta. -Orlando

RECESS

"The Plant Board's Citrus Programs"
Dr. W.G.Cowperthwaite, Plant Com-
missioner, State Plant Board -Gaines-
ville

"Virus Diseases andWhat they are Do-
ing to Citrus" Dr. L. C. Cochran,
Horticulturist-in-Charge, USDA Hort-
icultural Station, Orlando




12:00 Noon Luncheon CITRUS HALL




AFTERNOON SESSION

Presiding .... .James E. Brogdon,
Entomologist, Agricultural Extension
Service, Gainesville

"The Use ofFlatwoods Soils for Citrus
Production"- Dr. John W. Sites, Head,
Fruit Crops Department, University of
Florida, Gainesville

"Fertilizing Young Citrus Trees"-Dr.
Gordon Rasmussen, Plant Physiologist,
USDA Horticultural Station Orlando

on RECESS


Gordon
Rassmussen


George F.
Westbrook


"Hedging and Pruning Citrus" Wil
iam H. Mathews, Ass't. Horticulturis
Agricultural Extension Service, Uni
ersity of Florida, Gainesville

"Pruning Demonstration" With ne
types of equipment.

4:00 P. M. . . . . .ADJOUR

5:00 P. M. . . ... CAMP CLOSE

INSTITUTE PLANNING COMMITTEE
EXPRESSES APPRECIATION TO:

Florida Citrus Production CreditAss'r
for Printed Programs and Publicity;
Dolomite Products, Inc., Fred Monts.
deoca, Jr., Inscription on Envelopes
Ridge Lime & Avocado Growers Ass'n
Ivey Futch, Lime Juice; Florida Citru
Mutual, Juice and Publicity; Southern
Dolomite Company, E.G. Meyer, Nam<
Tags and Fans.


,Aforiba (fitrus Froburtinn (frebit

ze ssvrati vurt


ASSO0 Io The citrus financing cooperative, which i
.. the interest of growers, cooperates with th
DEPENDAiLE CREDIT University of Florida Extension Service, an,
the Department of Agriculture in bringing to growers
current information on new practices and developments
that will aid in raising, harvesting and marketing crop,
A. H. Whitmore, General Manager
John C. Brooks, Representative-Inspector
Orlando, Florida

David F. Lunsford, Branch Manager
Eustis, Florida

W. L. Tait, Branch Manager
Winter Haven, Florida



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Brooks


ORLANDO
P.0O.Box
2111


Tait Lunsford
OFFICES IN
WINTER HAVEN
P. O. Box
786


Whitmore

EUSTIS
P. O. Box
1415




MAY 29 & 30, 1958
FIFTH SOUTH FLORIDA CITRUS INSTITUTE
Florida Agricultural Extension Service, University of Florida

M.O. Watkins, Director B. J. Harris, Highlands Co. Agent
K.S. McMullen, District Agt. J.F.Barco, Hardee Co. Agent
F.S. Perry, District Agent W. P. Hayman, Polk County Agent
F. P. Lawrence, Citriculturist W. L. Hatcher, DeSoto Co. Agent
Jack T. McCown, Asst. Hort. HughWhelchel, Asst. Dade Co. Agt
Wm. A. Mathews, Asst. Hort. E. F. Nelson, Asst. Agt. Dade Co.
GROWER ADVISORY COMMITTEE

M. Watkins Cole Danley, Jr., Highlands Co. W. Erle Camplin, DeSoto County

J.M. Coarsey, Jr.,Highlands Co. J. F. Hollinsworth,DeSoto County
J. E. Causey, Hardee County A. H. Whitmore, Orlando, Fla.
W. L. Tait, Winter Haven
COOPERATING AGENCIES

Florida Agricultural Experiment Station U. S. Horticultural Sta-
tion State Plant Board, and State Department of Agriculture


RECREATION DIRECTOR

N. H. McQueen, County Agent
Punta Gorda


K. S. McMullen


HOSTESS

Catherine Brabson, Home Dem-
onstration Agent Sebring


4-H BOYS CAMP DETAIL


W. P. Hayman


J. F. Barco


J. C. Hayman, Ass't. County Agent, Highlands County In Charge


REGISTRATION


B. J. Harris, Jr., County Agent, Mrs. Pattie Johns, Secy. to Co.
Agent & Mrs. T. L. Ellis, Secy to Home Demon. Agent, Highlands Co.

FOOD SERVICE: Meals will be served at camp beginning with sup-
per at 6:30 P.M., Wednesday, May 28, thru luncheon on Friday,
May 30. Luncheon and Supper $1. 35 each. Breakfast $. 85 -
Season Ticket $6. 50. Children under 10 years half prices.

RECREATION: A good place to meet your friends and relax. Swim-
ming, fishing, songs, games and fun for all the family. Bring your
boat. SPEND THE NIGHTS WEDNESDAY May 28, and Thursday -
May 29.
HOUSING: Sleeping accommodations free of charge. Camp will
sleep a total of 196 people in the following facilities:


J. C. Hayman


4-H Club boys and girls squad cabins
Leaders cabins (inner spring mattresses)
Staff cabins (inner spring mattresses)


E. F. Nelson


Facilities available for men, women and children. Men and women
housed separately. Persons sleeping at camp must bring sheets,
pillows, towels and toilet articles. Take advantage of free sleeping W. L. Hatcher
accommodations and STAY AT CAMP! Nearby motor courts and
hotels are also available at nominal prices.


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