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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: May 1966
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: VID00111
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 45618176
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13 th Annual SOUTH FLORIDA CITRUS INSTITUTE


VOLUME 24, Number 5 OFFICIAL PROGRAM MAY, 1966


HUME LIBRAqRY






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Come In...... REGISTER ...... Get Acquainted
6:15 P.M..... SUPPER ..... Citrus Hall
EVENING
Recreation of your desire -
Fishing -- Swimming
-- Visiting --

TUESDAY -- MAY 31st

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

PRESIDING..........
Fred P. Lawrence,
Extension Citriculturist,
Fruit Crops Dept.,
University of Florida
Gainesville -
INVOCATION.......
Rev. Tom Jones,
\ Pastor First Christian Church
Sebring -


"THE NEED TO CONTINUE QUALITY"

.... L. Dale Carlton, Director
Grower & Contract Dept.,
Florida Citrus Mutual
Lakeland -



"THE AGRICULTURAL LABOR OUTLOOK"

.....G. Stewart Boswell,
Executive Vice President,
National Council of Agricultural
Employers
-Washington, D.C. -

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7 rec s s

"GROWERS' PER BOX TAX
AND WHERE IT GOES" L


..... Edward A. Taylor,
General Manager,
Florida Citrus Commission
Lakeland -


"CITRUS BY-PRODUCTS AND THEIR POTENTIAL"
..... James W. Kesterson,
Chemist,
Citrus Experiment Station
Lake Alfred -



12:00 Noon.......LUNCH ........ Citrus Hall
1:15 P.M. .................Cattleman's Hall
AFTERNOON SESSION
PRESIDING ........
Tim Hurner,
Assistant Highlands County
Agent Citrus Specialist --
Sebring -


"PRODUCTS NECESSARY TO MAKE
ADVERTISING $$$ s WORK"

..... David O. Hamrick,
Vice President, Technical Divn.,
Tropicana Products, Inc.
Bradenton -


"CITRUS CENTRAL -- SIGN OF THE TIMES"

..... Jack Grady,
General Manager
Citrus Central, Inc.
Orlando -


K7 recess

"FRESH GRAPEFRUIT PROFITS
THROUGH RESTRAINT"

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

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"HANDLING TANGERINES FOR MORE PROFIT"

..... Dr. William Grierson,
Horticulturist,
Citrus Experiment Station
Lake Alfred -



Adjourn for the Day ............... Recreation
6:15 P.M ...... SUPPER ....... Citrus Hall
8:00 P.M.... RECREATION... Cattleman's Hall


13 th. Annual SOUTH FLORIDA CITRUS INSTITUTE
Official Program

MONDAY -- MAY 30th






4-H Camp Cloverleaf
LAKE PLACID
WEDNESDAY -- JUNE 1st
7:15 A. M ....... BREAKFAST ...... Citrus Hall

9:00 A. M.................. Cattleman's Hall
MORNING SESSION

PRESIDING.........

Dr. Calvin G. Lyons, Jr.,
Asst. Extension Citriculturist
Fruit Crops Dept.,
University of Florida
Gainesville
"NEW CITRUS CENSUS THROUGH
AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY"
..... Jim Todd,
Agricultural Statistician
USDA, Crop Reporting Service
Orlando -



"CITRUS FORECASTING AND MATURITY REPORTS -
WHAT THEY MEAN"


..... Paul N. Messenger,
Agricultural Statistician,
USDA, Crop Reporting Service
Orlando -


.fQ recess

"BREEDING AND SELECTION OF NEW VARIETIES
OF SPECIALTY FRUITS"


..... Dr. Jack Hearn,
Citrus Breeder,
USDA, ARS
Orlando -


" BREEDING AND SELECTION
OF NEW ROOTSTOCKS FOR FLORIDA"


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..... Dr. William C. Cooper,
Leader, Citrus Research
Investigations
USDA, ARS
Orlando -


MAY 31 -- JUNE 1, 1966


1: 15 P.M. ............... Cattleman's Hall

AFTERNOON SESSION

PRESIDING....
R. M. Davis,
Asst. Extension Horticulturist
Fruit Crops Department-
University of Florida
Gainesville-

"PROGRESS REPORT ON CITRUS REPLANT STUDIES"

..... Dr. William Feder,
Plant Pathologist,
USDA, ARS
Orlando -


"A CLOSER LOOK AT CITRUS FERTILIZATION"

..... Larry K. Jackson,
Asst. Polk County Agent
(Citrus Specialist)
Bartow -



iR recess s S

"THINGS WE CAN DO
TO BOLSTER FRESH FRUIT INCOME"

-A Symposium -



Dr. William Grierson
SIHorticulturist



A. A. McCornack Il ,k -
Asst. Horticulturist
Dr. G. Eldon Brown
Asst. Plant Pathologist
... Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred, Florida ...


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


THE COMMITTEE FOR THE 1 3th ANNUAL SOUTH FLORIDA CITRUS INSTITUTE APPRECIATES THE HELP OF:

FLORIDA CITRUS PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION .................................. for Programs & Publicity
FLORIDA CITRUS MUTUAL ............................................................ for Publicity and Juice
FLORIDA NITROGEN COMPANY -- Buster Pratt ...................................................for Name Tags
DOLOMITE PRODUCTS DIXIE LIME & STONE CO. -- Larry Davis ........ .............. Inscriptions on Envelopes
RIDGE LIME & AVOCADO GROWERS ASSOCIATION-- Ivey Futch ................................. for Lime Juice







13TH Annual South Florida Citrus Institute
DIRECTED BY I R I.


MAY 31 -- JUNE 1, 1966


M. O. WATKINS -- Director
K. S. McMullen District Agent F. S. Perry District Agent
Fred P. Lawrence, Citriculturist Calvin G. Lyons, Jr., Asst. Citriculturist
R. M. Davis -- Assistant Horticulturist
B. J. Harris, Jr., Highlands County Agent Jack Hayman, Hardee County Agent
Larry Jackson, Polk County Asst. Agent W. L. Hatcher, DeSoto County Agent
G. Tim Hurner, Jr., Highlands County Asst. E. E. Russell, Sarasota County Asst. Agent
Gene LaRoe, Manatee County Asst. Agent Jackson A. Haddox, Polk County Assoc. Agent
HOSTESS: Mrs. Imogene Ritenburgh, Highlands County Home Demonstration Agent Sebring
REGISTRATION: Directed by G. Tim Hurner, Jr. -- Assisted by:
Mrs. Amy Ellis, Secretary Mrs. Becky Bozeman,
Highlands County Home Secretary to County Agent
Demonstration Department Highlands County


Lawrence Harris Ritenburgh


Ellis Bozeman


Hatcher Hayman


ABOUT CAMP CLOVERLEAF:
FOOD SERVICE -- Meals will be
served at Camp beginning with sup- -
per at 6:15 P.M. on Monday, May
30th, through lunch onWednesday,
June 1. Lunchand supper -$1.35;
breakfast 85. Season Ticket-
$6.50. Children under ten --half
price.
HOUSING -- Sleeping accommoda-
tions at Camp are free of charge. a
Available: 12 4-H Club boys'and
girls' cabins-sleep 144; 2 leaders'
cabins with bath- sleep 32. Beds
are good. Menandwomen housed \
separately. Persons sleeping at
Camp must provide own sheets,
pillows, towels, & toilet articles.
Rooms at nearby motels and hotels
are available at nominal prices.

HOW TO GET THERE .0 i


SALUTES
Al Whitmore .....
For the entire 13 years of the South Florida
Citrus Institutes, Florida Citrus Production
Credit Association, under the direction of
Al Whitmore as general manager, has provided the Official
Programs for this and other Citrus Institutes. throughout the
State, and he has served on the Advisory Committees of
the various Institutes. His cooperation in this service to
the citrus industry is gratefully recognized by the Agricul-
tural Extension Service and the South Florida Citrus Institute.


Welcomes
A. T. Campbell, r. .....
... who assumed the active management of
Florida Citrus Production Credit Association
s of May J,1966. The South Florida Citrus
Institute and Agricultural Extension Service takethis means
of introducing Tom Campbell to citrus growers of Florida.


CITRUS GROWERS OF HARDEE -- HIGHLANDS -- POLK -- SARASOTA -- MANATEE -- DE SOTO COUNTIES
PLAN THE PROGRAM FOR THE SOUTH FLORIDA CITRUS INSTITUTE


Karl Albritton
Pete Bouseman
Emil Causey
William C. Cooper
W. P. Cooper


6'Pt


Cole Danly, Jr.
Arthur A. Henneman
George Marrs
Harold L. Moreland, Jr.
Joe Mottashed


J. B. Pratt
Gene Swearinge'n
H. A. Thullbery
B. S. Varn
Al Whitmore


Perry


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