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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: July 1966
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: VID00113
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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OFFICIAL PROGRAM


VOLUME 24, Number 6


JULY, 1966


Thanks, Bob


Welcome, Earl


-R.E. NORRIS- ?
...For thirty years
of outstanding ser-
vice as Lake County
Agent and Manager
of the Citrus Institute. t
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-EARL KELLY-


ANNUAL CITRUS GROWERS INSTITUTE


CAMP McQUARRIE --- AUGUST 8-12,


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ANNUAL CITRUS GROWERS INSTITUTE


Camp McQuarrie

An invitation
TO: ALL CITRUS GROWERS
It is a pleasure to extend you a cordial in-
vitation to attend the 33rd Annual Citrus
Growers Institute at Camp McQuarrie.
I believe you will agree with me when you look over
the program that the subjects for discussion are timely
and are of vital importance to the future development
of the citrus industry in Florida. We look forward to
seeing YOU at the Institute.


Most sincerely,


II r- M. O. Watkins, Director
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MONDAY
AUGUST 8, 1966

2:00 6:00 P.M.
REGISTRATION

Afternoon:
Swimmin' -- Fishin' Dorothy Bobby
Or Just Plain Visiting. Fraser Davis
irn:mnnmi i meIIII REGISTRARS

An invitation to t c ladisL..
You will be pleased to know that Mrs.
Browning is going to set up her crafts
shop at the Institute again this year,
with instruction in one or two new crafts
as well as her wonderful ceramic pro-
jects. She invites all of you to try
your hand at crafts -- you'll be glad
you did! We request that participa- Juanita
tion be limited to those 16 or over. Browning
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6:15 P.M......... Supper ......... MESS HALL
8:00 P.M........ Program ....... AUDITORIUM
LET'S GET ACQUAINTED!
Interesting programs to provide fun for all
are being planned for each evening. Plans
will be announced during each day -- you
won't want to miss these added attractions
during the 33 rd Annual Citrus Institute.

TUESDAY AUGUST 9th
7:15 A.M ...... Breakfast ...... MESS HALL
8: 45 A.M. .... Morning Session ... AUDITORIUM
CALL TO ORDER


and
INTRODUCTION OF M.C. ,
K. S. McMullen, i
District Extension Agent
and Institute Director


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INVOCATION:
Reverend Wayne Owens,
Pastor, First Methodist Church
Umatilla -
WELCOME:
Carl Theus
Chairman, Lake
County Commissioners
Tavares -
"THE USE OF HERBICIDES
IN FLORIDA CITRUS GROVES"


..... R. M. Davis,
Assistant Horticulturist
Extension Fruit Crops Dept.
University of Florida
Gainesville -
+ + ++ + + + + ++
"OUR EXPERIENCE WITH HERBICIDES"
..... Fred Bistline,
Horticulturist,
Research & Technical Services
Minute Maid Groves
Orlando -
+ + + + + + + ++


ORANGE JUICE BREAK .....from Florida Citrus Mutual
"PROBLEMS CONFRONTING SMALL CITRUS GROWERS"


..... Frank Bouis,
Manager
Florida Fruit Managers, Inc.
Leesburg -

+ + + + + + + + +
"TARIFFS --A GROWER PROBLEM"
..... Herman F. Steele,
Special Projects Consultant
Florida Citrus Mutual
Lakeland -

+ + + + + + + +
"SYNTHETICS & SUBSTITUTES --
A GROWER CHALLENGE"
..... Dr. W. E. Black,
Director, Economics &
Marketing Research
Florida Citrus Commission
Lakeland -


12:00 Noon......... Lunch .......... MESS HALL


August 8- 12

PRESIDING:
Earl M. Kelly,
Agricultural Agent -
Lake County
-Tavares -


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CITRUS GROWERS INSTITUTE CAMP MeQUARRIE

"MURCOTTS IN DISTRESS"


..... Dr. Carl Knorr,
Plant Pathologist
and
..... R. J. (Dick) Collins,
Assistant Horticulturist
Citrus Experiment Station
Lake Alfred -


t AUGUST 8 12, 1966

LADIES: Don't miss the fun at the Craft Shop!
GROWERS: New ideas at the Machinery Show!

HAVE FUN IN THE SUN:
Boating -- Swimming -- Fishing
Horseshoes --- Crafts

6:15 P.M. ...... Supper .......... MESS HALL
8:00 P.M....... PROGRAM ....... AUDITORIUM


SOMETHING SPECIAL !


FUN FOR ALL!


"ECONOMIC LOOK AT CITRUS FERTILIZATION"


..... Larry K. Jackson
Assistant Polk County Agent
and Citrus Specialist
Bartow -


ORANGE JUICE BREAK 11

"PRODUCTION FACTS FOR THE CITRUS GROWER"


..... Joe E. Mullin,
Agricultural Statistician
in Charge, Florida Live-
stock and Crop Reporting
Service
Orlando -
+++++++ +++
"RESEARCH DEMONSTRATIONS AS AIDS
TO HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY GROWERS"

..... Tom Oswalt,
Assistant Hillsborough County
Agent and Citrus Specialist
Tampa -
+ + + + + + + + + +
"EVALUATING PRESENT RESEARCH RESULTS
WITH GROVE HEATING DEVICES"


..... Dr. C. G. Lyons, Jr.,
Assistant Citriculturist
Extension Fruit Crops Dept.
University of Florida
Gainesville -


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Adjourn for the pay
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PROVIDING PROGRAMS FOR THE CITRUS INSTITUTE
IS ONE OF OUR SERVICES TO GROWERS....
BUT ALSO
DID YOU KNOW THAT . ,


WILL LOAN YOU MONEY
j FORAY NyOHINQ
fer the Grove & Family Needs
CONTACT US FOR DETAILS --
Dade City -- Eustis -- Ft. Pierce
Orlando -- Sebring -- Winter Haven


FRIDAY -- AUGUST 12th


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

INSTITUTE ADJOURNS
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NATIONAL NATIONAL NATIONAL
FORM UFT WEEK FARM SAFEY WEE FRM SARY WEEK
JULY 24.30 JULY 24-30 JULY 24-30
'- 1966 1966 1966


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THE CITRUS INSTITUTE COMMITTEE
EXPRESSES APPRECIATION TO:
CHEVRON CHEMICAL CO., Ortho Divn .....Orlando
for DOOR PRIZES
CHASE AND COMPANY .................... Sanford
for PENCILS
CITRUS CULTURE CORP. ............. Mount Dora
for WATER COOLER
DIXIE LIME AND STONE .................... Ocala
for INSCRIPTION ON ENVELOPES
FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSN ............... Orlando
for ENTERTAINMENT
FLORIDA BANKERS ASSOCIATION ..................
for ENTERTAINMENT
FLORIDA CITRUS COMMISSION ........... Lakeland
for DECORATIONS
FLORIDA CITRUS MUTUAL ............... Lakeland
for CITRUS JUICE
FLORIDA CITRUS PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSN.,Orlando
for PROGRAMS
FOREMOST FERTILIZER CO................ Leesburg
for IDENTIFICATION TAGS
GOLDEN GEM GROWERS, INC. ........... Umatilla
for ORANGE JUICE DISPENSER
LAKE REGION PACKING ASSOCIATION ....... Tavares
and
MT. DORA GROWERS COOPERATIVE ..... Mount Dora
for LADIES' CRAFT SHOP
STAUFFER CHEMICAL CO. ...........Winter Garden
for REGISTRATION FAVORS
TOWER CHEMICAL CO................... Clermont
for PRIZES
UMATILLA CITRUS GROWERS ASSN. ....... Umatilla
for FIELD BOXES
THANKS TO ONE AND ALL!


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CAMP MCQUARRIE
1:30 P.M..... Afternoon Session .... AUDITORIUM
PRESIDING:
Dr. Calvin G. Lyons,
Assistant Citriculturist
Extension Fruit Crops Dept.
University of Florida
Gainesville -

"WHAT ROOTSTOCK SHALL I USE?"


..... Dr. Frank E. Gardner,
Horticulturist,
ARS, USDA


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Orlando -

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"OVERHEAD IRRIGATION --
ITS POSSIBLE RELATION TO DISEASE CONTROL"


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

ORANGE JUICE BREAK
It's GOOD and Good For You

"LABOR-- A GROWER PROBLEM"


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Speaker
To Be Announced


.... THE AUDITORIUM IS AIR-CONDITIONED
through the Courtesy of members of the
FLORIDA COOPERATIVE EDUCATIONAL FUND
All Meetings Held in the Auditorium.
Sm i u i i n i m mi i q i I


WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10th

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


PRESIDING:

Fred P. Lawrence,
Citriculturist,
Extension Fruit Crops Dept.,
University of Florida
Gainesville -


"EFFECTS OF URBANIZATION AND POPULATION
GROWTH ON THE FLORIDA CITRUS INDUSTRY"

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


"USING CONCENTRATE SPRAYS"

..... Don S. Bryan,
Production Manager,
Lake Garfield Groves,
Bartow -


"MY OPINIONS OF MECHANICAL HARVESTERS
AND PICKING AIDS"
..... A. F. Mathias,
Production Manager
Haines City Citrus Growers Assn.
Haines City -


"THE USE OF GROWTH REGULATORS
ON FRUIT SET AND QUALITY"

..... Dr. C. H. Hendershott,
Associate Professor,
Fruit Crops Department
University of Florida
Gainesville -
Adjourn for the Day
VISIT THE MACHINERY SHOW
Boating --- Swimming --- Fishing
Crafts ---- Horseshoes
FUN FOR ALL
6:15 P.M. ..... Supper ...........MESS HALL
8:00 P.M. ... HOEDOWN! ....... AUDITORIUM
K w SQUARE DANCING -f \
with Joe C. Johnson calling the tunesJ'
---


"CITRUS NURSERY PROBLEMS
WHICH AFFECT THE COMMERCIAL GROWER"
..... Paul Frierson
Assistant Director
Division of Plant Industry
Department of Agriculture
Gainesville -



S -- Courtesy of Florida Citrus Mutual
"WHAT IT TAKES TO INTRODUCE
A NEW CITRUS PRODUCT"


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


"TRISTEZA, A GROWING PROBLEM
IN COMMERCIAL GROVES"
.....G. D. Bridges,
Chief, Budwood Registration Section
Division of Plant Industry
Winter Haven -


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12:00 Noon ....... Lunch ........... MESS HALL


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ANNUALCITRUS GROWERS INSTITUTE
Wednesday August 10th (continued)


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1:30 P.M..... Afternoon Session ... AUDITORIUM
PRESIDING:
Tim Rankin,
Asst. County Agricultural Agent
(Citrus Specialist)
Marion County -- Ocala
"SOIL AND LEAF ANALYSIS AS AIDS
TO PROPER FERTILIZATION"
..... Dr. R. C. J. Koo,
Associate Horticulturist
Citrus Experiment Station
Lake Alfred -

+ + + + + + + + ++
"PRODUCING FOR PROFIT --
A REVIEW OF GROWER PROBLEMS"
.... R. E. Norris,
Field Representative
Florida Citrus Mutual
Lakeland -
ORANGE JUICE BREAK
"SEED TRANSMISSION OF PSOROSIS VIRUSES"


..... Dr. J. F. L. Childs,
Plant Pathologist,
ARS, USDA
Orlando -

+ + + ++++++
"CITRUS NEMATODE PROBLEMS
AND THEIR CONTROL IN ARIZONA"


..... Dr. John H. O'Bannon
Research Nematologist
ARS, USDA
Orlando -
+ + + + + + +


+ +


"FOOT ROT -- A COMPLEX DISEASE" .'


..... Dr. Gordon R. Grimm,
Plant Pathologist,
ARS, USDA
Orlando -
Adjourn for The Day
Fun-Tonight in the Auditorium
6:15 P.M ....... Supper .........


MESS HALL


8:00 P.M. ..... F U N ... AUDITORIUM
------------------------------------
THURSDAY AUGUST 11th

7:15 A.M ...... Breakfast......... MESS HALL
8:4 5 A.M..... Morning Session ..... AUDITORIUM
PRESIDING:

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

"FROZEN ORANGE CONCENTRATE FUTURES
AND THE GROWER"
..... Dr. C. D. Covey,
Assistant Economist,
Citrus Marketing
Agricultural Extension Service
University of Florida Gainesville

++++++++++
"PHOSPHORUS & CALCIUM
FOR THE FLATWOODS SOILS"
..... Dr. C. A. Anderson,
Assistant Soils Chemist,
Citrus Experiment Station
Lake Alfred -

+ + + + + + + + + +
"LABOR MANAGEMENT IN THE CITRUS INDUSTRY"
..... Dr. L. W. Ziegler,
Professor, Fruit Crops
University of Florida
Gainesville -


TAKE AN O.J. BREAK!

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

+ + + + + + + + + + .i
"PACKAGES FOR SELLING CITRUS"

..... Dr. William Grierson,
Horticulturist 1W
Citrus Experiment Station
Lake Alfred -


"POSSIBILITIES FOR CONCENTRATE
IN BRITISH MARKETS"
..... Dr. J. T. Griffiths,
Director of Research & Planning
Cypress Gardens Citrus
Products, Inc.
Winter Haven -


12:00 Noon..........Lunch ......... MESS HALL
1:30 P.M. .....Afternoon Session... .AUDITORIUM
PRESIDING:

J. B. Smith,
Osceola County
Agricultural Agent
Kissimmee -


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* AUGUST

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FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE

INSTITUTE DIRECTOR .......... K. S. McMullen, District Agent- ': h '
Florida Agricultural Extension Service
PROGRAM DIRECTOR ........................ Fred P. Lawrence
Florida Agricultural Extension Service
INSTITUTE MANAGER .............................. Earl Kelly
Lake County Agricultural Agent
REGISTRARS................. Mrs. Dorothy Fraser, Chairman
Mrs. R. M. Davis
Mrs. Earl Kelly A
CRAFTS DIRECTOR...................... Mrs. Juanita Browning Pso "
CANTEEN MANAGER ........................... Reed Hollinger
Lake County Grower
Assistant Canteen Manager ......................... Tim Norris
Lake County College Student
4-H CLUB SERVICE DIRECTOR ...............Glenn Loveless, Jr.
Assistant Lake County Agent
SPECIAL ASSISTANCE 4


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ALL ROADS LEAD
TO CAMP McQUARRIE
AUGUST 8- 12, 1966


Joe Johnson ........................ In Charge of Square Dance J ,.V.._ ~
Billie Pedrick, Manatee County College Student .... Special Music C TaU
4-H Club Boys ..............................Doing Many Jobs (for Famil Fun and the Citrus Institute)
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Sponsored by CITRUS ADVISORY COMMITTEE E About the CAMP :

OF: Me MEALS: Persons staying from Monday supper through
Friday breakfast: $10.00. Individual meals $1.25,
S except breakfast 75. Children under ten-half price.
__i No charge for "lap-chillun".
COUNTIES SLEEPING ACCOMMODATIONS: Available without charge
IN COOPERATION WITH: a aslongas theylastin the 10 cabins at Camp McQuarrie.
SFacilities are available for men, women, and children-
FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATIONS and housed separately. Persons using accommodations at
INSTITUTE OF FOOD & AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES, Camp must bring own sheets, pillows, towels, and other
University of Florida personal effects as they are not provided by the Camp.
U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE RESERVATIONS: Persons desiring to make reserva-
Stions for accommodations at Camp McQuarrie should
FEDERAL STATE FROST WARNING SERVICE contact their local County Agent by August 1st.
FLORIDA CITRUS COMMISSION
FLORIDA CITRUS COMMISSION ALSO AVAILABLE FOR SLEEPING ACCOMMODATIONS:
FLORIDA CITRUS MUTUAL Nearby cabins at Astor and Astor Park. If you wish.to
FLORIDA CITRUS PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION use these outside accommodations, Please Call Or Write
DIVISION OF PLANT INDUSTRY- Directly to Them: Phone
State Department of Agriculture At Astor Park:
REPRESENTATIVES OF THE CITRUS INDUSTRY Forest Tavern & Cabins ,...,.... Umatilla 669-4981
SAt Astor:
Allen's Cottages,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. Umatilla 669-4927
Astora Motel .,,,..,,,,.....,,,,........,, Pierson 749-2747
Hall's Fishing & Hunting Lodge ., ., Pierson 749-2505
PLAN NOW Little's River Front Apartments ....... (no phone)
Powell's Cottages,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, Umatilla 669-4929
TO ATTEND Shady Grove Fishing Camp,,, ,,. Umatilla 669-4922
S,- o 1 i Walt's Apartments................ Umatilla 669-4935


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