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Title: Orange blossoms
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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 1961
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: VID00076
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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fth ANNUAL CITRUS INSTITUTE


OFFICIAL PROGRAM


TO CITRUS INTERESTS IN FLORIDA
Dear Friends:
This is to extend to you a special invitation to attend
the 2 8th ANNUAL CITRUS GROWERS INSTITUTE at
Camp McQuarrie. Speakers and topics will interest you
greatly. The program has been designed to help you
and the industry to continue the dynamic progress which
has been made in the past.... May we look forward to
seeing you at the Institute?
Sincerely,


M. O. WATKINS, Director


AUGUST, 1961


THE INSTITUTE SALUTES!


"BOB" NORRIS
25th Year -
MAJOR DOMO
Camp McQuarrie


OFFICIAL P e A"
MONDAY TO FRI.r Y
August 7 11, 1 '

28th ANNUAL CITRUS GROW R IN TITUt_..

CAMP McQUARRIE. ': ,
IN THE OCAIA NATIONAL FOREST LAKE COUNTY, FLORIDA

DIRECTED BY: AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA -


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R. E. Norris . . . . . ... .IN CHARGE
2:00 6:00 P.M. .. ......... REGISTRATION
Mrs. Adeline Norris, Registrar -
Florida Citrus Mutual's Information Trailer
6:15 P.M.. . . .SUPPER .... .Mess Hall
8:00 P.M. . . .ASSEMBLY .... Auditorium
G. T. Huggins, in Charge
assisted by Morris Anderson & his Accordion -


Dr. H. M. Vine


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K. S. McMullen, in Charge


7:15 A. M......... BREAKFAST .......... Mess Hall
8:45 A. M........ MORNING SESSION ..... Auditorium

ANNOUNCEMENTS
R. E. Norris, Lake County Agricultural Agent,
Presiding -


Donald Lins


Lail Morthlan


Rev. Fred N. Paddock, Vicar,
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church
Fruitland Park
INVOCATION -


Karl Lehmann
Secretary, Lake County
Chamber of Commerce
WELCOME -


THE GRAPEFRUIT PROBLEM


Dalton Harris


"STUDIES ON GRAPEFRUIT FERTILIZATION"

. . Dr. Paul F. Smith
Plant Physiologist,
U. S. Horticultural Station
Orlando

"NEWER TRENDS IN HANDLING
FRESH GRAPEFRUIT"


... Dr. H. M. Vines,
Associate Biochemist,
Citrus Experiment Station
(Florida Citrus Commission)
s Lake Alfred
INTERMISSION

"SOLVING MARKETING PROBLEMS
OF FRESH FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT"

. .. Donald M. Lins,
General Sales Manager,
Florida Citrus Exchange
Tampa


I "SOME SPECIAL GROVE EQUIPMENT
DEVELOPED AT WOODMAR GROVES"

... Lail Morthland
Citrus Grower
Weirsdale
Id

"OPERATING FARM TRACTORS
EFFICIENTLY"

. . Dalton Harrison,
Assistant Agricultural Engineer,
Agricultural Extension Service

. .. followed by
on FARM EQUIPMENT DISPLAY


"HOW WE RAISE AND SELL GRAPEFRUIT
AT APSHAWA GROVES"

. . .. Dr. W. Husmann,
Manager, Apshawa Groves



"SOME HEDGING OPERATIONS
IN GRAPEFRUIT PRODUCTION"

. . .. Jackson A. Haddox,
Assistant Agricultural Agent,
Polk County


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Dr. W. Husmann


Jackson Haddox


12:30 P. M.......... DINNER .......... Mess Hall
1:30 P. M. .... AFTERNOON SESSION ..... Auditorium
Fred P. Lawrence, Citriculturist, Presiding -


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BIOLOGICAL INSECT CONTROL


"WHAT DOES BIOLOGICAL CONTROL
DO FOR THE CITRUS GROWER NOW?"

. iDr. M. H. Muma
Entomologist,
Citrus Experiment Station
t Lake Alfred


Dr. M. H. Muma


A. G. Selhime


"WHAT ARE THE POSSIBILITIES FOR
IMPROVING BIOLOGICAL CONTROL?"

. . A. G. Selhime,
Entomologist
U. S. Horticultural Station
Orlando


"SOME NEW APPROACHES TO INSECT CONTROL"


4:00 P.M.. . . . . . . .. ADJOURN
Swimming, Fishing, Boating, etc.
6:15 P.M............ SUPPER .......... Mess Hall
8:00 P.M. ...... ENTERTAINMENT ...... Auditorium
G. T. Huggins & Morris Anderson
in charge -
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K. S. McMullen, in Charge

7:15 A. M......... BREAKFAST .......... Mess Hall

8:45 A. M ....... MORNING SESSION...... Auditorium


ANNOUNCEMENTS

..... Henry Swanson,
Orange County Agricultural Agent
Presiding -

Henry Swanson

PLANTING ON FLATWOODS SOILS


. . . Dr. A. K. Burditt,
Entomologist,
U. S. Horticultural Station
Orlando



INTERMISSION


PRUNING, HEDGING AND MECHANICAL HARVESTING


Fred Lawrence


R. E. Norris


"REJUVENATION AND SHAPING CITRUS
TREES TO FIT FUTURE NEEDS"


. .. Fred P. Lawrence
Citriculturist,
Agricultural Extension Service


"TREE THINNING AND SPACING"



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





"REVIEW OF THE MECHANICAL PICKER
SITUATION"

... G. E. Coppock,
Associate Agricultural Engineer,
Citrus Experiment Station
(Florida Citrus Commission)
Lake Alfred


"LAND PREPARATION, EROSION,
AND WATER CONTROL"

. . .. Dr. Al Willson,
Manager of Horticultural Services
Minute Maid Company




ROOTSTOCKSS AND VARIETIES"


. . .. Dr. F. E. Gardner
Horticulturist
U. S. Horticultural Station
Orlando


"SOME COMMENTS ON RESEARCH
WITH WIND MACHINES AND HEATERS"


. . .. Dr. John F. Gerber,
Assistant Climatologist,
Agricultural Experiment Station

INTERMISSION


"FERTILIZATION AND OTHER CULTURAL
PRACTICES ON FLATWOODS SOILS"


. . .. Dr. W. F. Spencer
Associate Soils Chemist,
Citrus Experiment Station
Lake Alfred


Dr. F.E. Gardner


Dr. John Gerber


QUESTION AND ANSWER SESSION


Dr. A. K. Burditt
Dr. A. K. Burditt


Dr. W.F. Spencer






(Wednesday Morning continued)

"SUMMARY OF DISCUSSIONS ON
FIATWOODS SOILS"


. . .. Dr. H. J. Reitz,
Horticulturist-in-charge,
Citrus Experiment Station,
Lake Alfred


Dr. H.J. Reitz


QUESTION AND ANSWER SESSION
12:15 P.M......... DINNER ............ Mess Hall
1:30 P. M.......AFTERNOON SESSION .... Auditorium
Jack T. McCown, Ass't. Citriculturist,
Presiding -

"ACTIVITIES AT THE CITRUS RESEARCH
FOUNDATION'S GROVE"

. . .. Dr. W. C. Cooper,
Project Leader
U. S. Horticultural Station
Orlando Dr. W.C. Cooper

SOME ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTS


"THE CITRUS OUTLOOK"


.... Dr. W. E. Black,
Marketing Specialist
Florida Citrus Commission


Dr. W.E. Black


4:00 P.M. . . . . . .... . .ADJOURN
Swimming, Fishing, Boating, etc.
6:15 P.M. ..........SUPPER ............ Mess Hall
8:00 P.M. ......ENTERTAINMENT ........ Auditorium
G. T. Huggins & Morris Anderson
in Charge -
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Thursday August 10i

K. S. McMullen, in Charge

7:15 A. M........ BREAKFAST ............ Mess Hall

8:45 A. M...... MORNING SESSION....... Auditorium


Ernest Lundberg


ANNOUNCEMENTS

..... Ernest C. Lundberg
Assistant County Agent
Seminole County
Presiding -


PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT PROBLEMS

"EXPERIMENTS WITH FOLIAR SPRAYS ON CITRUS"


Dr. Clifford Nolan
"RESULTS OF EXPERIMENTS WITH CAPTAIN"


"WHAT'S AHEAD OF US IN MARKETING?"

. . . Marvin H. Walker,
General Manager
Florida Citrus Canners Cooperative
Lake Wales

INTERMISSION
Marvin Walker
"SOME FACTORS THAT AFFECT PER CAPITAL
CONSUMPTION OF CITRUS"

. . Robert C. White,
Price Analyst
Florida Citrus Mutual
Lakeland

Robert White

"THE VALUE OF TRADE FAIRS
IN FUTURE CITRUS EXPORTS"

. .. Martin Hearn,
Director, International Trade Division
Florida Citrus Mutual
Lakeland Martin Hearn


Dr. A.H. Krezdorn








Dr. J.F.L. Childs


... Dr. A. H. Krezdorn,
Head, Fruit Crops Department
University of Florida
Gainesville



"STATUS OF RESEARCH WITH
THE CITRUS BLIGHT PROBLEM"

.. Dr. J. F. L. Childs,
Plant Pathologist
U. S. Horticultural Station
Orlando


"THE CAUSE AND CONTROL OF FOOTROT"


. . Dr. Gordon Grimm,
Plant Pathologist,
U. S. Horticultural Field Station
Dr. Gordon Grimm Orlando


QUESTION AND ANSWER SESSION


INTERMISSION






(Thursday Morning continued)
'THE VALUE OF INDIVIDUAL CITRUS TREES"



Agricultural Economist
Agricultural Experiment Station
Gainesville
Zach Savage

"MAKING TANGERINES PAY THEIR WAY"



S. . Everette Fischer,
Assistant Agricultural Agent
Marion County


Everette Fischer








Jack T. McCown


"PRECAUTIONS
IN THE USE OF HERBICIDES"

. . .. Jack T. McCown,
Assistant Citriculturist
Agricultural Extension Service


"RESULTS WITH DIFFERENT
KINDS OF OILS"

... W. L. Thompson,
Entomologi st
Citrus Experiment Station
Lake Alfred
W.L. Thompson
12:30 P.M. ......... DINNER ........... Mess Hall
1:30 P. M ...... AFTERNOON SESSION..... Auditorium


Robert M. Davis,
Assistant Agricultural Agent
Hillsborough County
Presiding -


Robert Davis


Dr. M. O. Watkin


Dr. W. Grierson


"SOME PROBLEMS FACING FLORIDA
AGRICULTURE"

. Dr. M. 0. Watkins,
Director
Florida Agricultural Extension Service
Gainesville

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"MODERNIZING THE FRESH FRUIT
PACKING HOUSE"

... Dr. W. Grierson,
Florida Manager
Food Industries Research & Engineering
Winter Haven


"THE STATE DEPARTMENT
OF AGRICULTURE AND ITS RELATION
TO THE CITRUS INDUSTRY"

. . .. Hon. Doyle Conner
Commissioner of Agriculture
State of Florida


INTERMISSION

"THE BUDWOOD REGISTRATION
PROGRAM"

. . .. Gerald Norman
In Charge, Division of Plant Industry
State Department of Agriculture



"THE BOND AND LICENSE LAW"


. . .. Robert C. Evans,
Director of Administration
Florida Citrus Commission


"PROGRESS REPORT ON CHEMICALS
FOR CONTROL OF SPREADING DECLINE"

. . . Dr. R. F. Suit,
Plant Pathologist
Citrus Experiment Station
Lake Alfred

DISCUSSION PERIOD


Doyle Conner


Gerald Norman


Robert C. Evans


Dr. R. F. Suit


4:00 P. M ............... ADJOURN
Swimming, Boating, Fishing, etc.
6:15 P. M........... SUPPER..............Mess Hall
8:00 P. M.........ENTERTAINMENT ....... Auditorium
G. T. Huggins & Morris Anderson
in Charge -



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7:15 A. M ........ BREAKFAST .......... Mess Hall
INSTITUTE ADJOURNS

DURING THE INSTITUTE
LADIES : : : : :: : LADIES : : : LADIES
Again this year, the CRAFT SHOP under the
direction of Mrs. Joy Whitmore, will be open for
the ladies. While the men are attending the Cit-
rus Institute sessions, the ladies are invited to
try their hands at another interesting craft this
year making decorative candles. Good time to
get a running head start on your Yuletide decor -
ations! .... Come and meet your friends at the
LADIES' CRAFT SHOP







28th ANNUAL FLORIDA CITRUS INSTITUTE
THE CITRUS INSTITUTE COMMITTEE


Expresses Appreciation to:

California Spray Chemical Company, Winter Garden .
. . . . . . . . . .for DOOR PRIZES
Chase & Company, Sanford. . . . for PENCILS
Citrus Culture Corporation, Mount Dora . . . .
. . . . .. . . ... for WATER COOLER
Cummer Lime & Manufacturing Co., Ocala . . .
. . . . . . . . . . for PRIZES
Dolomite Products, Inc., Ocala. ...... for FANS
Fairfield of Florida Agricultural Slag Corp., Lake Alfred,
. . . . . . . .. for ENTERTAINMENT
Federal Land Bank Association, Orlando . . ...
. . . . . . . . ...for ENVELOPES
Florida Citrus Commission .... .for DECORATIONS
Florida Citrus Mutual. . for REGISTRATION ROOMS
Florida Citrus Production Credit Association, Orlando..
. . . . . .. for PROGRAMS & SONG SHEETS
Florida Grower and Rancher. . . . . for PADS
Foremost Fertilizer Company, Leesburg,. . . .
. . .......... for IDENTIFICATION TAGS
Golden Gem Growers Cooperative, Umatilla . . .
. . . . . . . . .. for ORANGE JUICE
Lake Region Packing Association, Tavares . . . .
. . . . . . . . .for LADIES' CRAFTS
Harry P. Leu, Inc., Orlando . . . for CUSHIONS
Phillips Petroleum Co., Tampa. . . ... for PRIZES
Umatilla Citrus Growers Association, Umatilla . .
.................. for FIELD BOXES

COOPERATING AGENCIES
Florida Agricultural Experiment Stations and
College of Agriculture, University of Florida

U. S. Department of Agriculture


- CITRUS INSTITUTE STAFF -


K.S. McMULLEN, District Agent
Florida Extension Service
FRED P. LAWRENCE, Citriculturist
Florida Extension Service
R. E. NORRIS, Lake County Agent
A.H. WHITMORE, Gen. Mgr., Fla.
Citrus Production Credit Assn.
WILLIAM M. MIXON, Asst. Agent
Lake County
MRS. ADELINE NORRIS, Tavares
MRS. JOY WHITMORE, Bradenton
MRS. BERNICE HUGGINS, Starke
REED HOLLINGER, Lake County
Grower CANTEEN MANAGER
G. T. HUGGINS, Agricultural
Agent, Bradford County
MORRIS ANDERSON
& his Accordion


Norris Whitmore Huggins
INSTITUTE PUBLICITY RECREATION
MANAGER DIRECTOR DIRECTOR


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INSTITUTE
DIRECTOR


Lawrence
PROGRAM
DIRECTOR


Anderson
ASSISTING


Florida Citrus Commission

Florida Citrus Mutual

Florida Citrus Production Credit-Association

Division of Plant Industry
State Department of Agriculture


Representatives of the Industry


Mrs. Norris Mrs. Whitmore
INSTITUTE LEADER OF
REGISTRAR LADIES' CRAFT


Mrs. Huggins Mixon
INSTITUTE 4-H Club
HOSTESS Service Detail


In cooperation with
The Agricultural Extension Service
The Citrus Experiment Station
The U. S. Department of Agriculture
and Citrus Industry Leaders
DRIDA CITRUS
Production THESE PROGRAMS for the
S Credit 28th ANNUAL CITRUS GROWERS' INSTITUTE
Association are provided by:
FLORIDA CITRUS
E &Cj '... PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION
MDIABLE CREDIT THE CITRUS FINANCING COOPERATIVE


ORLANDO
824 Highland St.
GArden 2-3157


EUSTIS
910 South Bay St.
complete ELgin 7-3377

credit WINTER HAVEN
service 206 Avenue D, N. W.
service Ypress 4-1789


SERVING GROWERS OF FLORIDA CITRUS


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FOR THE OLD-TIMERS


How many of those persons, pictured above, who attended the 1939 CITRUS GROWERS'
INSTITUTE can you identify?

Start working on your list now! Submit your entry to the INSTITUTE REGISTRAR at Camp
McQuarrie by noon, Wednesday, August 9th. The entry with the most correct names
will receive a prize of $10.00 in cash. In the event there are duplicate winners, the
money will be divided equally among the winners.


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AUGUST 7 11, 1961


Citrus


Growers


Institute


COSTS: Persons staying from Monday supper through Friday breakfast $10.00.
Individual meals $1.25, except breakfast 75c. Children under ten
years of age, half price; Lap chillun no charge. Reservation deposit
applies on your meal ticket. In case of cancellation, reservation fee
will be refunded only if cancellation is made by Wednesday, August 2.


SLEEPING ACCOMMODATIONS: Available without charge
as long as they last inthe ten cabins at Camp McQuarrie.
Facilities are available for men, women, and children.
Persons using accommodations at Camp must bring own
sheets, pillows, towels and other personal effects as
they are not provided by the Camp. Men and womenare
housed separately. Sleeping accommodations are also
available at nearby motor courts at a nominal price. If you
wish to use the outside accommodations listed at right -
PLEASE WRITE DIRECTLY TO THEM. Persons desiring ac-
Sommodations at the Camp should make their reservations
early by MAILING THE REGISTRATION FORM DIRECTLY TO
R. E. NORRIS, Lake County Agent, Box 1165, Tavares, Fla.


NEARBY


ACCOMMODATIONS


ALLEN'S COTTAGES........... 5.8
ASTOR COTTAGES .............5.8
ELLIOTT'S COTTAGES .........2.0
FOREST TAVERN. ............... 2.0
HALL'S FISHING &
HUNTING LODGE ..........6.2
PARTLOW'S COTTAGES ........ 5.8
SHADY GROVE COTTAGES ......5.8


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(Address all above: Astor, Florida)


HOTEL MARION, Ocala ........ 32
UMATILLA HOTEL, Umatilla .... 20
COLONIAL HOTEL, Umatilla .... 20


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REGISTRATION FORM
R. E. Norris, Lake County Agricultural Agent
P. O. Box 1165, Tavares, Florida

Please make reservations for men; women; __ girls and byos (ages ) in my party
to attend THE CITRUS GROWERS' INSTITUTE at Camp McQuarrie Monday to Friday, August 7 11, 1961.
could occupy upper bunks. I am enclosing $1.00 registration fee for each of these persons, and I understand that
this deposit applies on my meal ticket.


Signed:


Enclosed $


Address:

Please make checks payable to THE CITRUS INSTITUTE. In case of cancellation, reservation fee will be refunded
only if cancellation is made by Wednesday, August 2nd.


CAMP McQUARRIE




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