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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: May 1964
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: VID00091
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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11 th. Annual SOUTH


FLORIDA CITRUS INST/TU TE


VOLUME 22, No. 5


OFFICIAL


PROGRAM


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Q1I IITH Annual South Florida Citrus Institute

4-H Camp Cloverleaf


Program
TUESDAY -- MAY 26th


LAKE PLACID


6:15 P.M........... SUPPER........ Citrus Hall
EVENING............................ SWAP SHOP
... VISIT WITH YOUR FRIENDS & NEIGHBORS...


WEDNESDAY -- MAY 27th

7:15 A.M....... BREAKFAST ........ Citrus Hall
9:00 A.M. ..................... Cattleman's Hall
MORNING SESSION

Call to Order ....... K. S. McMullen, District Agent
-Agricultural Extension Service-
Gainesville, Florida
PRESIDING

.... Bill Kozicki,
Asst. County Agent
(Citrus Specialist)
Highlands County Sebring

INVOCATION
Reverend Max Holleyman
Pastor First Baptist Church
Lake Placid, Florida
*********

"A REVIEW OF RECENT CITRUS RESEARCH"

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


+++++++ +++++
"COMPARISON OF FERTILIZER PRACTICES -
Poorly Drained vs. Well Drained Soils"

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

++++++++++++
RECESS

"IDEAS ON HEDGING AND TOPPING FLORIDA CITRUS"


.. Howard Thullbery,
Citriculturist
Superior Fertilizer & Chemicals Co.
Lake Wales


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MAY 27 AND 28


"THE USE OF SOIL FUMIGANTS
IN TREATING NEMATODE INFESTED SOILS"


..... Dr. C. I. Hannon,
Asst.. Nematologist
Citrus Experiment Station
Lake Alfred


"CURRENT INFORMATION ON CHEMICAL
RESIDUES AND TOLERANCES"


R. M. (Bob) Davis,
Asst. Horticulturist
Agricultural Extension Service
Gainesville

++++++++++++

12:00 Noon .........LUNCH........ Citrus Hall
1:15 P.M ...................... Cattleman's Hall
AFTERNOON SESSION


PRESIDING I
..... Jackson Haddox,
Assoc. County Agent
(Citrus Specialist)
Polk County Bartow


"SOME ESSENTIALS IN PLANNING A PROFITABLE
CITRUS IRRIGATION SYSTEM"

.. Dalton S. Harrison
Assoc. Agricultural Engineer
Agricultural Extension Service
Gainesville

++++++++++++


"WHAT UNIFORMITY COEFFICIENT MEANS TO
TO THE IRRIGATOR"

S. E. (Elmo) Dowling,
Southeast District Manager
Rainy Sprinklers
Gainesville

+ + + + ++ ++
RECESS
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E. T. York, Jr.
Provost for Agriculture


Plotting the Course of Progress
With the help of agricultural and business lead-
ers throughout the state, the University of Florida
through its agricultural research, extension, and teach-
ing programs has initiated a comprehensive analysis
of Florida's agriculture, its problems and its poten-
tials for further growth. This analysis serves as a
basis for formulating a program, aimed at realizing
as completely as possible, Florida's potential for agri-
cultural development. This effort has been labeled
Operation DARE, since its objective is to Develop
Agricultural Resources Effectively.
A series of meetings are being planned at the Univer-
sity of Florida in May and June at which time these
analyses will be presented to agricultural and busi-
ness leaders from all over the state. The principal
objective of these meetings is to formulate an action
program aimed at realizing our full potential for agri-
cultural development in Florida during the next dec-
ade. It is hoped that through these efforts we can
establish the basis upon which all groups interested
in agricultural development can join together in work-
ing towards the achievement of common goals.
The schedule for these meetings is indicated on the
back of this brochure. Each meeting will begin in
early afternoon one day and end before lunch the
following day. We plan to -have a prominent state
or national leader as a dinner speaker at each meet-
ing. Although some meetings involve several differ-
ent commodities, there will be separate sessions for
each specific commodity group.
We want to extend to you and other leaders through-
out the state a very cordial invitation to attend those
meetings in which you may be interested. The suc-
cess of this effort will depend upon the full support
and cooperation of all individuals and groups inter-
ested in the further development of Florida's agri-
culture.
We are all challenged to develop as effectively as pos-
sible Florida's agricultural resources. This is the
basic goal of DARE. Let's all join hands in accept-
ing this challenge. Nothing could contribute more
to the further economic development of Florida.
Sincerely,


First Day: 1:15-5:30 p.m.

7:00 p.m.


Second Day:


8:30 a.m.-
12:15 p.m.


Meet in McCarty Hall
Auditorium

Dinner with Speaker
(Location to be an-
nounced)

Meet in McCarty Hall
Auditorium


DARE Conferences

May 13-14 Citrus; Sub-Tropical Fruits; Deciduous
Fruits, Small Fruits and Nuts

May 14-15 Dairying; Pasture and Forage Crops

May 19-20 Vegetables; Grain, Oil Seeds, and Fiber
Crops; Tobacco; and Sugarcane
May 21-22 Nursery, Ornamental and Fruit Plants;
Greenhouse, Flower and Foliage Plants;
Turf

May 27-28 Beef; Poultry; Horses; Swine and other
Animals, Animal and Animal Product
Processing; Pasture and Forage Crops

June 2-3 Forestry, Fish and Wildlife, Conserva-
tion; Wood and Forest Product Process-
ing; and Water Resources

June 4-5 Wholesale and Retail Food Distributors

June 15-16 Fertilizer, Feed, Pesticides, Seeds, Herbi-
cides and Agricultural Chemicals; En-
gineering and Equipment; Credit; and
Labor
June 22-23 General Agricultural and Professional
Groups; State and Federal Supported
Agencies


Program


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SOUT ORIMAY 27 AND 28thIST


"SELECTING PUMPS AND WELLS TO FIT THE JOI

.... D. S. Bentley,
Branch Manager
Peerless Pumps
Hydro-Dynamics Divn., F. M. C.
Tampa
++++++++++++

"IRRIGATION BY THE ACCOUNTING METHOD"

..... R. E. Choate,
Professor, Department of
Agricultural Engineering
University of Florida
Gainesville

'TAX ASPECTS IN IRRIGATION INVESTMENTS"
'TAX ASPECTS IN IRRIGATION INVESTMENTS"


..... Edwin D. White
Internal Revenue Agent
Orlando

++++++++

QUESTION AND ANSWER PANEL
ON CITRUS IRRIGATION.....

MODERATOR:

Fred P. Lawrence, Citriculturisi
Agricultural Extension Service
Gainesville


4:30 P. M. .................... Adjourn for the day
6:15 P.M......... SUPPER ......... Citrus Hall
8:00 P. M ......... RECREATION... Cattleman's Hall


THURSDAY -- MAY 28th

7:15 A. M........ BREAKFAST ...... Citrus Hall
9:00 A.M. ..................... Cattleman's Hall
MORNING SESSION


Call to Order


Fred P. Lawrence, Citriculturist
Agricultural Extension Service
Gainesville


PRESIDING 1
.... Arlie Powell
Asst. County Agent
(Citrus Specialist)
Manatee County Palmetto


"CULTIVATION PRACTICES IN FLORIDA CITRUS" -
(A Discussion of Flatwoods vs. Deep Sands;
Herbicides, Oils, Flames vs. Conventional Tools)
R. M. (Bob) Davis,
Asst. Horticulturist
Agricultural Extension Service
Gainesville
++++++++++++

"OPERATION D. A. R. E.

.... Dr. Joe Busby,
Assistant Director
Agricultural Extension Service
Gainesville

++++++++++++

RECESS

"FOOT- ROT PROBLEMS IN FLORIDA CITRUS"

..... Ed Russell,
Asst. County Agent
(Citrus Specialist)
Sarasota County Sarasota

++++++++++++ ,

"MARKETING FUTURE CITRUS CROPS"

..... Homer Hooks
General Manager
Florida Citrus Commission
Lakeland

++++++++++++

QUESTIONS ON MORNING PROGRAM

12:00 Noon .........LUNCH ........ Citrus Hall


CAMP CLOVERLEAF, LAKE FLACI






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Thursday, May 28 (cont'd)
1:15 P.M.. ..................... Cattleman's Hall
AFTERNOON SESSION

PRESIDING
.... Larry K. Jackson,
Assistant County Agent
(Citrus Specialist)
Polk County Bartow
********

"CITRUS TARIFFS"

..... Robert M. Rutledge,
Executive Vice-President
Florida Citrus Mutual
Lakeland

++++++++++++

"A COMPARISON
OF SOME OF THE NEWER SPRAY MATERIALS"

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

++++++++++++
RECESS

"CONSIDERATIONS IN THE USEOF
HIGH CALCIUM, LIME, AND DOLOMITE"

.... Dr. Carl A. Anderson
Asst. Soils Chemist
Citrus Experiment Station
Lake Alfred

+++++++++++ ..


"TREE WRAPS vs. SOIL BANKS FOR PROTECTING
YOUNG CITRUS TREES -- A Preliminary Report"

..... Tom Oswalt
Asst. County Agent
(Citrus Specialist)
Hillsborough County Tampa

++++++++++++

"LAND-WATER- PEOPLE AND AGRICULTURE"


.. Henry F. Swanson
County Agricultural Agent
Orange County
Orlando


ADJOURN


CITRUS GROWERS PLAN INSTITUTE PROGRAMS

Citrus Grower Advisory Committee members of High-
lands, Hardee, Polk, Sarasota, DeSoto and Manatee
Counties helped plan the program of this Institute as
they have done in the past ten Institutes. They worked
S directly with the Agricultural Extension Service Citrus
Specialists to develop a program that is vital, current,
and of interest to you. This process will be continued,
and from them, and other growers like them, will come
your INSTITUTE PROGRAMS of the future.
***************









-Gus Smith- Harold Moreland -W. F. Ward-
AND Bill Sachsenmaier
HIGHLANDS COUNTY


- Dnn R.


Bryan - H. A. Thullbery -


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Emil (Causey Joe Martashed -
HARDEE COUNTY Al Whitmore DE SOTO COUNTY


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FLORIDA CITRUS
PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION
2807 S. Lakeview Drive Harold Moreland
(U.S. Highway #27)
Branch Manager
P.O. Box 932 -- Ph: 385-0750


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ANNUAL SOUTH FLORIDA CITRUS INSTITUTE
LAKE PLACID MAY 27 & 28


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FOOD SERVICE: Meals will be served at camp beginning
with supper at 6:15 P.M., Tuesday, May 26, through lunch on
Thursday, May 28. Lunch and supper- $1.35 each; breakfast,
85. Season Ticket $6.50. Children under ten -- half price.

HOUSING: Sleeping accommodations at camp free of charge.
Available: 12 4-H Club boys' and girls' cabins sleep 144; two
leaders' cabins with bath sleep 32. Beds are good. Menand
women housed separately. Persons sleeping at camp must fur-
nish own sheets, pillows, towels, and toilet articles.

Nearby motels and hotels available at nominal prices.

RECREATION:
Agood place to meet your friends and relax.
SWIMMING +++ FISHING
FUN FOR ALL THE FAMILY
Spend the nights of
Tuesday, May 26, and Wednesday, May 27.
Y' ALL COME!


HOSTESS: Mrs. Imogene Ritenburgh Home
Agent Highlands County


DIRECTED BY





M.O. WATKINS Director
K. S. McMULLEN District Agent
F. S. PERRY District Agent
Fred P. Lawrence, Citriculturist
R.M. Davis, Asst. Horticulturist


B. J. Harris, Jr. .............
.... Highlands County Agent
William Kozicki .............
.... Highlands County Assistant
Jack C. Hayman .............
.... Hardee County Agent.....
Jackson A. Haddox ..........
.... Polk County Assistant....
W. L. Hatcher ..............
.... DeSoto County Agent.....
E. E. Russell ...............
.... Sarasota County Assistant
Arlie Powell .................
.... Manatee County Assistant


- Hatcher Lawrence -


Demonstration


-Harris- -Ellis- -Bryan- Ritenburgh

REGISTRATION: B. J. Harris, Highlands County Agent --
In Charge, assisted by: Mrs. Amy Ellis and Mrs. Helen Bryan.


-Watkins COOPERATING AGENCIES

I FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATIONS
U. S. HORTICULTURAL STATION
FLORIDA CITRUS COMMISSION
FLORIDA CITRUS MUTUAL
INDUSTRY REPRESENTATIVES

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FLORIDA CITRUS PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION ...........
....................................... Programs & Publicity
FLORIDA CITRUS MUTUAL .................... Publicity & Juice
DOLOMITE PRODUCTS, Dixie Lime & Stone Co. Larry Davis...
.......... ...................... Inscriptions on Envelopes
RIDGE LIME & AVOCADO GROWERS ASSOCIATION Ivey Futch...
S............................................. Lime Juice
FLORIDA NITROGEN COMPANY Phil Fleming ...... Name Tags
Hayman*** *** *** *** ** *** *** *** *** *** *** ***
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