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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 1963
Frequency: irregular
completely irregular
 Subjects
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: VID00085
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
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30 TH ANNUAL CITRUS GROWERS INSTITUTE


VOLUME 21, No. 5 OFFICIAL PROGRAM AUGUST, 1963


INSTITUTE


WELCOMES I


CAMP McQUARRIE
IN THE OCALA NATIONAL FOREST L
1:30 to 4:00
SPECIAL MO


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DIRECTED


BY


FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION


SERVICE








30TH ANNUAL CITRUS GROWERS INSTITUTE


CAMP MCQUARRIE

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MONDAY
AUGUST 19

10:00A.M. -- 6:00 P.M. "
REGISTRATION
Florida Citrus Mutual Trailer
Mrs. Adeline Norris
REGISTRAR


Mrs. Ellen Haynie
Assisting


R. E. Norris...
.... In Charge


VISIT THE
MACHINERY SHOW


"COMMERCIAL PEACH PRODUCTION -- An Interesting
Possibility for Central Florida"


..... Roger Parker
Assistant County Agent
Marion County
Ocala


"PEACH BREEDING AND VARIETY SELECTION"

..... Ralph Sharpe
Horticulturist, Fruit Crops Dept.
Agricultural Experiment Station
Gainesville


INTERMISSION
----------
"SOME THOUGHTS ABOUT MARKETING
FLORIDA PEACHES"

..... Arlen Jumper
Assistant Production Manager
Libby, McNeill and Libby
Clermont


"SOME PROMISING VARIETIES OF BLACKBERRIES
AND THEIR CULTURE"

..... Dr. P. J. Westgate
Horticulturist
Central Florida Experiment Sta.
Sanford


"SOME ECONOMIC CONSIDERATIONS IN
DECIDUOUS FRUIT PRODUCTION"


EARLY-BIRD PROGRAM
(Especially For Those Growers Interested In
Peaches and Blackberries)

1:30 P.M................. Auditorium

Fred P. Lawrence
Citriculturist
Florida Agricultural Extension Service
PRESIDING

"PROSPECTS FOR DECIDUOUS FRUIT AND NUTS
FOR CENTRAL FLORIDA"


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


.....Dr. E. W. Cake
Economist in Marketing
Agricultural Extension Service
Gainesville


4:00 P.M. . . . . . . ... ADJOURN
Swimming Boating Fishing Horseshoes -
6:15 P.M. ........ SUPPER .......... Mess Hall

8:00 P.M....... ENTERTAINMENT ....... Auditorium
G. T. Huggins
and
Morris Anderson 4
In Charge A

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CITRUS GROWERS INSTITUTE ooo AUGUST 19-23


TUESDAY
AUGUST 20

K. S. McMullen ....... In Charge

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


"ESSENTIALS AND IDEAS FOR DEVELOPING
A COUNTY-WIDE RESOURCE USE PROGRAM

..... Albert R. Swartz
Conservationist,
Orange Soil & Water Conservation
District
Orlando


Henry F. Swanson,
Orange County Agricultural Agent
Orlando


PRESIDING


INVOCATI



WELCOME


R. E. Norris
Lake County
Agricultural Agent
Tavares


Rev. Francis C. Smelt
Pastor
Livingston Methodist Church
Daytona Beach


WA T E R PANEL


(Consisting of above speakers, plus:
.....Gene Burrell
Chairman, Oklawaha Basin Recreation
and Water Conservation & Control Authority _-
Eustis
..... John W. Wakefield
Director, Division of Water Resources- V
and Conservation
Tallahassee
..... Dr. Werner Husmann -
Apshawa Groves "
Clermont

..... Charles E. Jones
Chairman, Lake County Soil Conservation District
Minneola


WATER RESOURCE PROGRAM

"SURFACE AND GROUND WATERS
OF CENTRAL FLORIDA AREA"

..... A. O. Patterson
District Engineer
U.S. Geographical Survey
Surface Water Branch
Ocala


"FLORIDA WATER LAWS"

.....Byron E. Herlong
Member, Advisory Committee to
the Florida Water Resources Dept.
Leesburg

INTERMISSION


"PROBLEMS IN DEVELOPING A COUNTY-WIDE WATER
CONTROL ACT AND A PLANNING AND ZONING ACT"


..... James C. Robinson
County Attorney
Orange County
Orlando


Burrell


Wakefield


lusmann Jones


12:15 P.M ......... DINNER ........... Mess Hall
1:30 P. M...... AFTERNOON SESSION..... Auditorium


PRESIDING


R. E. Norris
Lake County Agricultural Agent
Tavares


ADDRESS

..... Dr. E. T. York, Jr.
Provost for Agriculture
University of Florida
Gainesville


REVIEW OF THE LEGISLATIVE CITRUS PACKAGE


..... Bernard Parrish
Florida State Senator
Titusville







CITRUS GROWERS INSTITUTE CAMP McQUARRIE


TUESDAY August 20 (P. M.)
"CONSUMER RESPONSE TO FLUCTUATING PRICE
FOR CONCENTRATES"


Robert C. White L. Dale Carlton
Statistician Director of Grower Relations
Florida Citrus Mutual Lakeland


INTERMISSION
----------
"SAMPLING PROCEDURES WE USE TO DEVELOP THE
CITRUS STATISTICS THAT WE PUBLISH"


..... Joe Mullin
Agricultural Statistician, in Charge
USDA Statistical Reporting Service
Orlando



"PRINCIPLES OF GROVE IRRIGATION"

..... Dr. R. C. J. Koo
Assistant Horticulturist
Citrus Experiment Station
Lake Alfred


" IDENTIFYING CITRUS VARIETIES BY
CHARACTERISTICS OF LEAF OIL"

..... W. Kesterson
Chemist
Citrus Experiment Station
Lake Alfred


4:00 P.M. .............................. ADJOURN
Swimming Boating Fishing Horseshoes -
VISIT THE FARM MACHINERY SHOW
---- --- --- ---- --- --- -----------
LADIES attending Camp McQuarrie Citrus Institute have
found the CRAFT SHOP to be of special interest. Again
this year some interesting activities will be taking place
in the CRAFT SHOP under the direction of a new friend--
MRS. JUANITA BROWNING of Douglas, Georgia who will
be directing the activities in the field of CERAMICS....
Drop in at The Craft Shop, meet Mrs. Browning, and try
your hand at something new and rewarding............
------------------------------------

6:15 P.M............ SUPPER............. Mess Hall
8:00 P.M. ..... ENTERTAINMENT ......... Auditorium
G. T. HUGGINS and MORRIS ANDERSON, in Charge -


WEDNESDAY
AUGUST 21

K. S. McMullen ........ In Charge
7:15 A.M. ......... BREAKFAST.......... Mess Hall
8:45 A. M ....... MORNING SESSION ...... Auditorium

Tom Oswalt
Interim Assistant in Agriculture
Agricultural Extension Service
Gainesville

PRESIDING

COLD PROTECTION andPOST FREEZE
TREATMENT of CITRUS
"USING FORECAST AND WEATHER INFORMATION"

..... James C. Georg
Meteorologist
Federal-State Frost Warning Service
Lakeland



"GROVE HEATING -- Methods, Materials, and Devices"


..... Dr. John Gerber
Climatologist
Agricultural Experiment Station
Gainesville


"WIND MACHINES -- Their Principle, Use and Value"

..... David Martsolf
Assistant Horticulturist
Agricultural Extension Service
Gainesville

INTERMISSION

"TREE DORMANCY -- Irrigation Before, During and
Following A Freeze"


..... Dr. C. H. Hendershott
Assistant Plant Physiologist
Florida Citrus Commission
Citrus Experiment Station
Lake Alfred


"COLD PROTECTION WITH HEAT --
And What It Will Cost"


How To Do It


Production Manager
Wartman Estate Groves
Citra


12:15 P.M.......... DINNER ........... Mess Hall
12:15 P.M. ......... DINNER ........... Mess Hall






CITRUS GROWERS INSTITUTE- CAMP McQUARRIE


WEDNESDAY -- AUGUST 21


1:30 P.M. ..... AFTERNOON SESSION .... Auditorium


PRESIDING


Quentin Medlin
Citrus County Agricultural Agent
Inverness


"FREEZE INJURY AND TREE RECOVERY OF CITRUS
AS RELATED TO CLIMATE"

..... Dr. W. C. Cooper
Leader, Citrus Investigations
USDA, Agricultural Research Service
Orlando


"ROOT DISTRIBUTION OF COLD INJURED TREES"

..... Dr. Harry Ford
Associate Horticulturist
Citrus Experiment Station
Lake Alfred


INTERMISSION

"PRUNING PRACTICES vs TREE RECOVERY"
"PRUNING PRACTICES vs TREE RECOVERY"


..... Jack T. McCown
Polk County Agricultural Agent
Bartow


"EVAPORATION LOSSES FROM SPRINKLER
SYSTEMS"
..... Dalton Harrison,
Associate Agricultural Engineer
Agricultural Extension Service
Gainesville


THURSDAY
AUGUST 22

K. S. McMullen...... .In Charge
7:15 A. M......... BREAKFAST ............ Mess Hall
8:45 A. M. .... MORNING SESSION ...... Auditorium


Ernie Lundberg
Assistant Seminole County Agent
Sanford
PRESIDING


"THE LIQUID- DRY FERTILIZER PROGRAM"
..... Jack T. McCown
Polk County Agricultural Agent
Bartow


"NEW CITRUS HYBRIDS"

..... Dr. Phillip C. Reece
Horticulturist
USDA Agricultural Research Service
Orlando


I


"THE IMPORTANCE OF THE LONGEVITY OF THE
BURROWING NEMATODE UNDER FIELD CONDITIONS"


IRRIGATION


4:00 P.M. ............................... ADJOURN
Swimming Boating Fishing Horseshoes -


..... Dr. C. I. Hannon
Assistant Nematologist
Citrus Experiment Station
Lake Alfred


INTERMISSION

"FALL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
IN COLD INJURED GROVES"

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


"SUMMARY OF THE INSTITUTE DISCUSSIONS ON
THE CARE OF COLD DAMAGED CITRUS GROVES"


6:15 P.M........... SUPPER ............ Mess Hall
8:00 P.M........ ENTERTAINMENT ........ Auditorium
- G. T. HUGGINS and MORRIS ANDERSON, in Charge -


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


12:15 P.M. ......... DINNER ........... Mess Hall







CITRUS GROWERS INSTITUTE CAMP McQUARRIE


THURSDAY -- August 22
1:30 P. M........ AFTERNOON SESSION.... Auditorium

Jackson A. Haddox
Assistant Polk County Agent
Bartow

PRESIDING


COSTS of
REHABILITATING and FINANCING

FREEZE DAMAGED CITRUS GROVES

A Panel -

A. H. WHITMORE
Moderator

"REPORTING CASUALTY LOSSES IN CITRUS GROVES"

.....W. O. Daley
Certified Public Accountant
W. O. Daley & Co.
Orlando

---------

"COST OF REHABILITATING
FREEZE DAMAGED CITRUS GROVES"
..... Information furnished by the Central Florida Citrus
Production Managers Association
..... Paper prepared and presented by:
William H. Mathews
Production Manager
Plymouth Citrus Growers Assn.
Plymouth


INTERMISSION


AAAAAAAAAA
The Breezes Are COOL ........
..... at Camp McQuarrie again this year
Thanks to members of the Florida Cooperative Educational
Fund who made possible the air-conditioning in the Camp
Auditorium:
GROWERS FERTILIZER COOPERATIVE
HAINES CITY CITRUS GROWERS ASS'N. C.
LAKE REGION PACKING ASSOCIATION
PINELLAS GROWERS ASSOCIATION
PLYMOUTH CITRUS GROWERS ASS'N. 0'
SOUTH LAKE APOPKA CITRUS GROWERS
SUPERIOR FERTILIZER & CHEMICAL CO.
WAVERLY GROWERS COOPERATIVE
in cooperation with the Florida Agricultural Extension Ser-
vice, Florida 4-H Clubs, and Tennessee Valley Authority.


SOURCES OF CREDIT FOR CITRUS FINANCING

.......... PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATIONS
..... A. H. Whitmore
General Manager
Florida Citrus Production
Credit Association
Orlando


FEDERAL LAND BANKS


..... D. M. Dowdell, Jr.
President
Federal Land Bank of Columbia
Columbia, South Carolina


.......... FLORIDA BANKS
..... Frank Moody
Chairman, Agricultural Divn.
Florida Bankers Association
Plant City


..........FARMERS HOME ADMINISTRATION

I ..... William T. Shaddick
State Director
Farmers Home Administration
Gainesville




4:00 P.M. ............................... ADJOURN
Swimming Boating Fishing Horseshoes -
v VISIT
THE
FARM MACHINERY SHOW


6:15 P.M .......... SUPPER ............ Mess Hall

8:00 P.M........ ENTERTAINMENT ........Auditorium
G. T. Huggins ---- Morris Anderson
IN CHARGE
-------------------------------------

FRIDAY
AUGUST 23

7:00 A.M. ......... BREAKFAST .......... Mess Hall


INSTITUTE ADJOURNS


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FLORIDA CITRUS
Production
m9 Credit
Association

T DEPENDABLE Ci
DEPENDABLE CREDIT


HOME OFFICE -- ORLANDO
824 Highland Street


SERVING GROWERS OF FLORIDA CITRUS
YOUR INQUIRY IS INVITED


DADE CITY
1901 South Highway #301


EUSTIS
910 South Bay Street


WINTER HAVEN
206 Avenue "D", Northwest


4i6^ 4 -''


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

Please make reservations for men; women; __ girls and boys (ages ) in my party to attend
THE CITRUS GROWERS INSTITUTE at Camp McQuarrie, Monday to Friday, August 19 23, 1963. could occupy
upper bunks. I am enclosing $1.00 Registration Fee for each of these persons, and I understand that this deposit will
apply on my meal ticket.


Enclosed: $_


Signed:


Address:
Please make checks payable to THE CITRUS INSTITUTE. In case of cancellation, Reservation Fee will be refunded only
if cancellation is made by Monday, August 12th.







30th. ANNUAL CITRUS GROWERS INSTITUTE


SPONSORED 13Y-
CITRUS ADVISORY COMMITTEES OF:


LAKE *
* SEMINOLE


MARION ORANGE
VOLUSIA *


COUNTIES

DIRECTED BY: AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
IN COOPERATION WITH:
* Florida Agricultural Experiment Stations and
College of Agriculture -- University of Florida
U. S. Department of Agriculture
Florida Citrus Commission
Florida Citrus Mutual
Florida Citrus Production Credit Association
Division of Plant Industry
State Department of Agriculture
Representatives of the Industry


STAFF
INSTITUTE


DIRECTOR


K. S. McMullen, District Agent
Florida Agricultural Extension Service l
PROGRAM DIRECTOR
Fred P. Lawrence, Citriculturist ..
Florida Agricultural Extension Service -

INSTITUTE MANAGER j
R. E. Norris A
Lake County Agricultural Agent

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR C
A. H. Whitmore, General Manager
Florida Citrus Production Credit Assn. / .,,, \

CANTEEN MANAGER "'"" -
Reed Hollinger
Lake County Grower
------------------------------ i ,_"*" ,


assisted by: Ellen Haynie (Mrs. H.O.)

RECREATION
G. T. Huggins Bradford County Agent
and
Morris Anderson & His Accordion A

4-H CLUB SERVICE LADIES
DETAIL CRAFT
LEADER

Juanita Browning
Glenn Loveless, Jr. (Mrs. Hugh)
Asst. Lake County Agt. Douglas, Georgia


CAMP MCQUARRIE
AUGUST 19 TO 23,1963


THE CITRUS INSTITUTE COMMITTEE
P Expresses Appreciation to:
Birdsey Mills, Gainesville ............... for COFFEE
California Spray Chemical Co., Winter Garden.........
.................................. for DOOR PRIZES
Chase & Company, Sanford.............. for PENCILS
Citrus Culture Corp., Mt. Dora.....for WATER COOLER
Cummer Lime & Manufacturing Co., Ocala....for PRIZES
Federal Land Bank Assn., Orlando........for ENVELOPES
Florida Bankers Association ....... for ENTERTAINMENT
Florida Citrus Commission.......... for DECORATIONS
Florida Citrus Mutual ....... for REGISTRATION ROOMS
Florida Citrus Production Credit Association, Orlando...
. ................ for PROGRAMS & SONG SHEETS
Florida Grower & Rancher ... for PADS & SUBSCRIPTIONS
Foremost Fertilizer Company, Leesburg ................
....................... for IDENTIFICATION BADGES
Golden Gem Growers, Inc., Umatilla- for ORANGE JUICE
Harry P. Leu, Inc., Orlando .......... for CUSHIONS
Lake Region Packing Assn., Tavares AND ............
Mt. Dora Growers Cooperative, Mt. Dora..............
........................... for LADIES' CRAFT SHOP
Phillips Petroleum Co., Tampa ............. for PRIZES
Stauffer Chemical Co., Winter Garden........ for PENS
Umatilla Citrus Growers Assn., Umatilla .............
........... .............. ........ for FIELD BOXES
--------------------------------
ABOUT THE CAMP

COSTS: Persons staying from Monday supper through
Friday breakfast $10.00. Individual meals $1.25,
except breakfast 75. Children under ten years of
age-half price; lap chillun no charge. Reservation
deposit applies on your meal ticket. In case of can-
cellation, reservation fee will be refunded only if
cancellation is made by Monday, August 12th.......
SLEEPING ACCOMMODATIONS: Available without
charge, as long as they last in the 10 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 per-
sonal effects as they are not provided by the Camp.
Men and women are housed separately. Persons who
desire accommodations at the Camp should make re-
servations early by MAILING THE REGISTRATION FORM
directly to: R. E. Norris, P. O. Box 1165, Tavares.

Sleeping Accommodations are also available at nearby
cabins at Astor and Astor Park. If you wish to use
outside accommodations PLEASE CALL OR WRITE
DIRECTLY TO THEM:
At Astor Park: (Phone)
Forest Tavern & Cabins .........Umatilla 669-4981
At Astor:
Allen's Cottages Umatilla 669-4927
Hall's Fishing & Hunting Lodge Pierson 749-2505
Little's River Front Apartments (no phone)
Shady Grove Fishing Camp Umatilla 669-4922
Walt's Apartments Umatilla 669-4935


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