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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 1965
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: VID00106
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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ANNUAL CITRUS GROWERS INSTITUTE
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VOLUME 23, No. 8


AUGUST 1965


Official Program


HONOR/NC


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Dr. Henry G. Hamilton
Retiring Head, Department
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- University of Florida -


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Sponsored

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Citrus


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Committee


of:


MARION ORANGE VOLUSIA & SEMINOLE COUntiS


Directed by FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE
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32nd ANNUAL CITRUS GROWE


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On beha the VFtida Agi-and


co..Watk dians invitation to ate
the. 32nd eAnn. a Cihet zon A ti"

tte to be heLd on AUqt T 16-
20th at Camp Mct,;uaLxexj i the



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........ ... .to. M. .. WATK .NS,


Au gust 16 -
2:00 -- 6:00 P.M. ............. REGISTRATION
REGISTRARS -








Mrs. Dorothy Fraser Mrs. Bobby Davis

VISIT THE MACHINERY SHOW
FEATURING THIS YEAR -- Citrus Harvesting Machines
that have been developed to date

6:15 P.M. ........Supper.......... MESS HALL
8:00 P.M. ------------ AUDITORIUM
LET'S GET ACQUAINTED!

'M w In Charge:
,*- j, Morris Anderson
AND
His Accordion -
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.. ;R.HE AUDITORIUM IS AIR-CONDITIONED
through the Courtesy of members of the
FLORIDA COOPERATIVE EDUCATIONAL FUND
All Meetings Held in the Auditorium.

Tuesd a y, Au gu s t 1 7
K. S. McMULLEN -- In Charge

7:15 A.M. ......Breakfast........ MESS HALL
8:45 A.M...... Morning Session.... AUDITORIUM

PRESIDING .......

R. E. (Bob) Norris,
Lake County Agricultural Agent
Tavares -


:RS INSTITUTE CAMP MCQUARRIE
AUGUST 16 20, 1965

INVOCATION WELCOME

A----__


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


K. S. McMullen
District Agent
Florida Agricultural
Extension Service


LABOR TRENDS in the CITRUS INDUSTRY
PART I

"TODAY'S DOMESTIC GROVE LABOR MARKET
IN LAKE COUNTY"
... A discussion of Workmen's Compensation, Worker
Attitudes, Trends in the Age of Agricultural Workers,
Outlook for Domestic Labor in the Next Decade,
Training Workers for the Job Ahead.

..... Glynn Faircloth,
Manager, Leesburg Office
Florida State Employment Service
Leesburg-


"THE OFF-SHORE LABOR PICTURE AS IT LOOKS NOW"

.....J. Dan Wright, Jr.,
Chairman,
Florida Industrial Commission
-Tallahassee-

** *** P N DG

RECESS

"TRENDS IN PICKING AND HAULING COSTS"


A. H. Spurlock,
Agricultural Economist,
Agricultural Experiment
Gainesville -


** **

"CITRUS PRICE OUTLOOK -- WHAT
SHOULD BE DONE ABOUT IT"

..... Dr. Henry G. Hamilton,
Retiring Head, Department of
Agricultural Economics, Institute
of Food and Agricultural Sciences,
University of Florida,
Gainesville -


12:15 P. M. ......Dinner ........ MESS HALL






Camp Mc Quarrie
THURSDAY A.M. (continued)


A,


"ABUNDANCE AND BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF CITRUS
INSECTS AND MITES" -


..... Dr. Martin H. I.luma,
Entomolgist,
Citrus Experiment Station
Lake Alfred -


* * *


August 16-20

"PLANNING FOR DYNAMIC EXPANSION IN
FLORIDA CITRUS"


..... Dr. William E. Black,
Director,
Economic Research,
Florida Citrus Commission
Lakeland -

* * *


"MARKETING FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT IN EUROPE"


..... Dr. Paul L. Harding,
Research Plant Physiologist,
Agricultural Marketing Service,
Department of Agriculture
Orlando -


R* ** *
RECESS


"ZEBRA SKIN INJURY TO TANGERINES AS RELATED
TO PRE- AND POST-HARVEST HANDLING"


..... Dr. G. Eldon Brown,
Assistant Plant Pathologist,
Florida Citrus Commission
Lake Alfred -


"THE NATURE OF COPPER INJURY TO CITRUS ROOTS
AND THE DISTRIBUTION OF COPPER WITHIN THE
ROOTS"


..... Dr. J. G. A. Fiskell,
Biochemist,
Soils Department,
Agricultural Experiment Station
S Gainesville -


..... Dr. Kenneth irammel,
Assistant Entomollgist,
Citrus Experiment Station
Lake Alfred -


* * * *


"SOME NEW THOUGHTS ON HEDGING AND TOPPING

..... R. M. (Bob) Davis,
Assistant Horticulturist,
Fruit Crops Department,
Agricultural Extension Service
Gainesville -

* ** *
RECESS

"THE ECONOMICAL NET RADIOMETER, AN AID TO
PREDICTING MINIMUM TEMPERATURES"


..... Larry K. Jackson,
Assistant Agricultural Agent
Polk County
Bartow -


"FERTILIZING FOR MAXIMUM RETURNS"


AND


Eugene Brams,
Graduate Student,
Soils Department
Gainesville -


12:15 P.M. ...... Dinner ...... MESS HALL

1: 30 P.M.....Afternoon Session.... AUDITORIUM

PRESIDING ......

Cecil A. Tucker, II
Agricultural Agent
Seminole County
Sanford -


*** ***


..... Dr. Paul F. Smith,
Plant Pathologist,
USDA Horticultural Station
Orlando -

(Dr. Smith's paper will be read by
Lake County Agent Bob Norris

ADJOURN FOR THE DAY

* RECREATION* * MACHINERY SHOW *


6:15 P.M.


Supper


MESS HALL


8:00 P.M. ..... Entertainment ....... AUDITORIUM
FAMILY FUN

FRIDAY --- AUGUST 20th

7:15 A.M. ..... Breakfast ....... MESS HALL
INSTITUTE ADJOURNS


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CITRUS GROWERS INSTITUTE CAMP McQUARRIE
g m 1 a g gga 1 1gi 1 1 1 l m a mIIll ll l I II I l-I I I I
TUESDAY- August 17
6:15 P.M. ....... Su
1:30 P.M. ... Afternoon Session.... AUDITORIUM P......
.8:00 P.M. ..... Entert
S_ ... .... DPEC'TALT FErATTD'r


PRESIDING .......
Tim Rankin
Assistant Agricultural Agent
(Citrus Specialist) Marion County
Ocala -


"THE LEGISLATIVE PACKAGE FOR CITRUS"-
.....Honorable D. D. Covington, Jr.
Member, Florida Senate -
38th Senatorial District
Dade City -



"VALIDATION OF SCION AND ROOTSTOCK VARIETIES"

.....G. D. Bridges,
Assistant Chief Plant Inspector,
Division of Plant Industry,
State Department of Agriculture
Winter Haven -



"DON'T SHOOT THE FORECASTER"

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

****** B

RECESS

"RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN
THE CITRUS DECLINE STORY"

..... Halwin L. Jones,
Director,
Division of Plant Industry
State Department of Agriculture
Gainesville -



"THE NEW USDA CITRUS HYBRIDS -- Rootstocks,
Pollination, Seasons of Maturity, Quality, Size"

..... Dr. Jack Hearm,
Research Geneticist,
U. S. Department of Agriculture
-Orlando -

ADJOURN FOR THE DAY

Boating -- Fishing -- Swimming
Horseshoes -- Crafts

FUN FOR ALL!


paper ........ MESS HALL
ainment ...... AUDITORIUM
M n ur'IT rI T T fr S r T Q T V"


Presented by Florida's Silver Springs
JOE JOHNSON and MORRIS ANDERSON
Leading the FUN


7:15
8:45
T"


Wednes day, Au gust 18
K. S. McMULLEN -- In Charge

A.M. ...... Breakfast....... MESS HALL
A. M. ...... Morning Session... AUDITORIUM

PRESIDING .......
John F. McGuire
Assistant Agricultural Agent
(Citrus Specialist) Brevard County
Cocoa -


"TAKING ANOTHER LOOK AT FLORIDA'S
NEW CITRUS FRONTIER"


..... Dr. Al Willson,
Vice-President,
Technical Services Division,
Minute Maid Groves
Orlando -

* * *

LABOR TRENDS in the CITRUS INDUSTRY
PART II : LABOR SAVING DEVICES

"CONCENTRATE SPRAYS"


..... Charles R. (Pete) Steams, Jr. M
Superior Fertilizer Co.
Lake Alfred -

** * *: *

"MODERNIZING AND LOOKING AHEAD INTO GROVE
MANAGEMENT PRACTICES"


..... Fred P. Lawrence,
Citriculturist,
Florida Agricultural Extension
Service
Gainesville -


* * *

RECESS


"REVIEW OF SUGGESTED CITRUS HARVESTING
DEVICES"

..... Glenn E. Coppock,
Associate Agricultural Engineer,
Florida Citrus Commission
Lake Alfred -


******


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CITRUS GROWERS INSTITUTE CAMP MeQUARRIE
IIM NII i I 1 11 IIIIN IIIIIIII 0IIIIII MiI i 1
WEDNESDAY A.M. (continued)
"LAKE COUNTY GROWERS TAKE A CRYSTAL BALL GAZE
"LAKE COUNTY GROWERS TAKE A CRYSTAL BALL GAZE


..... Frank Bouis,
Member,
Lake Count, Citrus
DARE Comnittee
Leesburg -


12:15 P.M. ......Dinner ..........MESS HALL
1: 30 P.M..... Afternoon Session ... AUDITORIUM

PRESIDING

C74 Larry K. Jackson,
Assistant Agricultural Agent
(Citrus Specialist) Polk County
Bartow -

"WHAT A CITRUS FUTURES MARKET MIGHT MEAN TO
CITRUS GROWERS"

..... Hamilton Hunt,
Senior Vice-President,
Exchange National Bank of Tampa,
and Member of Special Industry
Committee Studying Citrus Futures
-Tampa -



"THE RECENT CITRUS TREE COUNT"


..... James W. Todd,
Statistician,
Florida Crop and Livestock
Reporting Service
Orlando -


"REPLANTING WITH NEMATODE TOLERANT
ROOTSTOCKS AS AFFECTED BY ROOT ATTACKING
FUNGI"

..... Dr. W. A. Feder,
Plant Pathologist,
USDA Horticultural Station
Orlando -

* * *
RECESS

"IRRIGATING THE FLORIDA CITRUS GROVE"
A Question and Answer Session


MODERATOR
Fred P. Lawrence,
Citriculturist,
Agricultural Extension Service
Gainesville -


PANEL MEMBERS:

..... Dalton Harrison,
Associate Agricultural Engineer,
Agricultural Extension Service,
University of Florida
Gainesville -

..... Dr. L. W. Ziegler,
Professor of Fruit Crops,
College of Agriculture,
University of Florida
Gainesville -

..... George Black,
Chairman, Irrigation Sub-Con- mi tee,
American Society Agricultural
Engineers (Florida Section),
W. R. Ames Company
Tampa -

..... R. E. (Bob) Norris,
Lake County Agricultural Agent
Tavares -


* * * I
ADJOURN FOR THE DAY
A N Boating Fishing
H VE F N Swimming
Crafts
--and Don't Forget to
VISIT THE GROVE MACHINERY SHOW

6:15 P.M........ Supper ..........MESS HALL
8: 0 0 P.M..... Entertainment........ AUDITORIUM
SPECIAL FEATURE: Illustrated Talk on "Orchids"
By Mrs. Henry Whitesell, Clearwater
AND JOE JOHNSON and MORRIS ANDERSON
----------------------------

T hursd ay, Augu st 19

K. S. McMULLEN -- In Charge

7:15 A.M......Breakfast ......... MESS HALL
8: 4 5 A. M. .... Morning Session ..... AUDITORIUM
PRESIDING .....
Henry F. Swanson
Orange County
Agricultural Agent
Orlando -


"CAN WE AFFORD WHAT WE ARE DOING
PRODUCTION-WISE? "

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


Aff






32nd ANNUALCITRUS GROWERS INSTITUTE


AUGUST 16-20
lillIIMOM IM INNIg I M: M I= I= I= I= l= I I
Sponsored by
CITRUS ADVISORY COMMITTEE OF:
LAKE ORANGE MARION *
*SEMINOLE *VOLUSIA *
COUNTIES
IN COOPERATION WITH:
Florida Agricultural Experiment Stations and
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences,
University of Florida
U. S. Department of Agriculture
Federal-State Frost Warning Service
Florida Citrus Commission
Florida Citrus Mutual
Florida Citrus Production Credit Association
Division of Plant Industry -
State Department of Agriculture
Representatives of the Industry
Directed by
FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL
EXTENSION SERVICE
K. S. McMULLEN INSTITUTE DIRECTOR
District Agent, Florida Agricultural
Extension Service
FRED P. LAWRENCE PROGRAM DIRECTOR
Florida Agricultural Extension Service
R. E. (Bob) NORRIS INSTITUTE MANAGER
Lake County Agricultural Agent
A. H. WHITMORE PUBLICITY DIRECTOR
General Manager, Florida Citrus Pro-
duction Credit Association
REED HOLLINGER CANTEEN MANAGER
Lake County Grower
Assisted by TIM NORRIS
MRS. DOROTHY FRASER REGISTRARS
MRS. (R. M.) BOBBY DAVIS
MORRIS ANDERSON RECREATION
Special Assistance by:
^ Y MRS. HENRY WHITESELL
JOE JOHNSON
(Caller for the Square Dances)


GLENN LOVELESS, Jr. 4-H
Assistant Lake County Agent
MRS. JUANITA BROWNING A


CLUB SERVICE
DETAIL


LADIES
CRAFT
LEADER


The Institute is pleased to welcome back to Camp
McQuarrie the Ceramics Craft Shop operated by
Mrs. Juanita Browning. She will have new ideas
and projects, and invites all the ladies to try a
hand at this interesting craft. We request that
participation be limited to those 16 or over....


CAMP MCQUARRIE
IN THE OCALA NATIONAL FOREST LAKE COUNTY, FLORIDA
III II il I uI II i Ill a I i-g ai I II I ig a al I
ABOUT THE CAMP
ABOUT THE CAM MEALS: Persons staying from Monday
Supper through Friday breakfast: $10.00.
( individual meals: $1.25, except breakfast,
"- 754. Children under ten half price.
L ATM No charge for "lap-chillun".
T7 SLEEPING ACCOMMODATIONS:
^ ( k Available without charge, as long as they
last in the 10 cabins at Camp McQuarrie.
\ Y' Facilities are available for men, women,
.... T and children, housed separately. Persons
J --- 'using accommodations at Camp must bring
\) own sheets, pillows, towels, and other
LERri personal effects as they are not provided
Sby the Camp.
SRESERVATIONS: Persons desiring to
/ ,.F make reservations for accommodations at
S"" g".., Camp should contact their local County
U""-"" Agent by August 10th. 1|I|I|IIIIIIII|I|II111111


ALSO AVAILABLE FOR SLEEPING ACCOMMODATIONS: Nearby
Cabins at Astor and Astor Park. If you wish to use outside accom-
modations, 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 Apartment................... Umatilla 669-4935
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|I|||||||||]|||l THE CITRUS INSTITUTE COMMITTEE IIII|||||||||i
EXPRESSES APPRECIATION TO:
Chevron Chemical Co., Ortho Divn., Orlando.... for DOOR PRIZES
Chase & Co., Sanford............................ for PENCILS
Citrus Culture Corp., Mt. Dora ..............for WATER COOLER
Cummer Lime & Manufacturing Co., Ocala ............ for PRIZES
Federal Land Bank Assn., Orlando .................. for COFFEE
Florida Bankers Association ................ for ENTERTAINMENT
Florida Citrus Commission ................... for DECORATIONS
Florida Citrus Production Credit Assn., Orlando .................
............................... for PROGRAMS & SONG SHEETS
Foremost Fertilizer Co., Leesburg...... for IDENTIFICATION TAGS
Golden Gem Growers, Inc., Umatilla ......... for ORANGE JUICE
Lake Region Packing Association, Tavares AND Mt. Dora Growers
Cooperative, Mt. Dora ................ for LADIES' CRAFT SHOP
Phillips Petroleum Co., Tampa .......................for PRIZES
Stauffer Chemical Co., Winter Garden.. for REGISTRATION FAVORS
Umatilla Citrus Growers Assn. Umatilla ........ for FIELD BOXES
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IF IT'S CITRUS AND CAN BE FINANCED

WE CAN HANDLE IT

A CILp. YOUR INQUIRY IS INVITED
Sat the office nearest you:
DADE CITY EUSTIS FT. PIERCE
ORLANDO SEBRING WINTER HAVEN
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