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a tt Department of Agriculture Florida State Marketing Bu
? 0 Jy, Commissioner. L. M. Rhodes, Commissioner





FLO)RIDA STrATE MARKETING BUREAU


ANNUAL FRUIT AND VEGETABLE REPORT


t940 -41 SEASON



By Frank H. Scruggs, Market News Specialist

Released October 10, 1941





FEERAL -STATE
N-RE ,EWS STATIONS 1940-41 Disposition of
IP0-41 Seftson Florida Fruits anrd Vegetables
Jvsriil Ltrbton News Center Carll
Jt~c~c ~ All, *Fruits & Vegetables Freight and Express 7,2
Laeld All Citrus Trucked-nut 41.
Sa~frd Celery and Escarole Boat J'"
Fc~pao BanFotatoes, Poppers Canned in Florida
Tntocos and Miscellaneous Consumned in Florida 2. ~
Bele IA Tc~iCelery, Peas, Potatoes Total State Volume 293
'maosand Miscellaneocus Total Gross Value $ 112,755,7
Plan Ciy Stawbrris, Celery,
Traosand Miscellaneous Subject t eiin
HAA~ns l~tt-SSTATE STATIONS
Lob~b~g Wtcr-ionsJacksonville Poultry and Eggs
r~oiesvile WtermlonsTampa Fruits, Vegetables,
Poultry and Eggs
Th~ops~vue'Ga. ivenockMiami Poultry and Eggs


MAnual Report is available free of charge to parties interested,



Florida State Marketin" Bureau
204 St Jamnes Building
P. 0. Box 779
Jackonuville. Florida







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7"4 VSiic to acn rwldOG t',e rlerid cooper'c ion we rece i'.ed
from both o official nrid -.rn v te sccurces di'rinG the pre- rar'ti:on ..:-
this v .lit.iin'us st ati t'Lc l rep: rt.

T:',-' freight, boat and e:.ptr:.s carlot svipr.-nt figui e were
-oc':cu-cd fr.m the U.S.A[riculturai [arl:ketin: S3.:r.'ice in .hi:,ineton.

Trucl: -hipIImenrt zr road ,uord tLtion passing infor.-.ation was
received u.il. tihrou'aG','O'.,t tl--: r-assor from Road GOu ri Inspectors of the
Florida Department of Agric ul-e bt.y courtiy :Df He.n. i;tnin M:..yo,
C uii z sion-r..

.Exh2iauztiv'.e v.eetnble acreage, yield, r.rcductlon ard .aluL data
a .'l other asa-istance .;as zuppll.ed by iFr. 11. A. I-.rk n -rd i:r. J. C.
Tco'nscnd, Agr:iciiltural CtatiC Ai :An., U.Z.AgricultL ral har;-:eting Ser-
viAt, Federal Building, 'rlE.:;ido, Fl-r.da.

QLr. E. E. Ras:cii of tn, C-itr'tc Iris.ec t ioe. 'ur-au, Di- -arla
Department of Ag.ricult ur :..lnt.zr i-i.',:', Fl trid zupr.li dc us iith
Lriportant ins-pe: t ion r c:.:rd ,Jsti.

ITr. J!. P. ',llisoi of tan. F:.'ler:l- t tn I:ar:et I;0a 's Service,
L.:l;lIanr.J Flor-la, wa:. th,:- :,ur': -:f certain .:i truck inf.ormatiion.

Mr. C.E.Fei:;, ,':f th> iFTorida Cit:-us D'.chjnt--_e, T.v' a, 'iholh-
oart.dly complic..- witi. our r.:q .sts for p.cifi'd citrus information,
.'hic!h is difficult to .:bt, n from an; othir courseec.

Mr. FTan]: So-,aur, H[ -cgr a t.A.. Gr:..ers Adminlritrative
Coa.-littee, Laakeland, Flofida, al .,ir. T. L. ::ad.on, 2i:ld Auditor, of
the Floi ia Citrus Cornis io.:, La:.lind, Florida, zu.pplied,i valuaobl
citr.a data.

Wta.r inforintion of inportan-:c. '.::s rccciv'c frdon thi Florida
State. Pla::t Board, inr.iL 'ill.., til h' .S.e:icln:.ro, Jacks:.n illc, arid
the Wi.S.Dcpnrt'ieont of Cc:.rc'rcc in .J.ac::onvill e.

Several private agcncic. an.J indivildul-' not air..aiy m:cr,ntion-
cd, o:.pcr,-.t zd arid supipli us wi t ce:rtai-. ir.for,..itlon ,,c n.;odcd for
whi',l ,wc c:tccnd c.ur th.;r'c.

hI.: -rc.:parti:.r. of Whia r:.,ort Is tcdiod. and r:qu1irc much
thou h.': and hard :.!or::, can apprc nation 1i ex.tun3Jc to our Bure-au
staff.

Tnc rcdiern 'il l'c I ba t.haiLkcd if thay 1ar not too critical
of ti.: report. ITI tC: paZt theIy hv bt..r. vor/y rpprccinti've
of the .-fifort wc Inke to have our titL-.ar" the bCet .t its kind.
Complete information of t-is ty ,pe cannot bc obtained in California,
To''.as, or an- oti-'er Stt.:-. The information is practical and of
oc-onoric importan.a. It is oxtremt.c-l us. ful in r.te cas:a, and in
voluntary rate re c'.et ion hc riring. I.e ar. toli t&nt tner report has a
high sta-id-in in plac.3 whcrc it lo rn.dcd ind tu- d nu3t. Very little
inforr.ati.n: car- be found in thi. roport which iha- not ocan called for
Liin tim.:t ov.:r in r,pst ,oars.







J :sIE.,L 1ilDm:. OF CONT'I TS


L IT l." FT.UI'i'TS riLY (URA;:'.E, G'uA E.TiUIT Z T.'.,GERIIlES)

'. lu.: and Valt' An l;'a!si. 1-4-10-41 c.s sotn . . . .7
V lu'i.L: _ikd 'i:Iuc Anr'.ly i.s- for 10 ..a rn':, 1931-.32 t, 1940-41 10-13
C, tru: Pruit Irn;:p.cti .n b Cou.nticn 1'40-r-41 c ason. . . 38
_.*.n.. Avz-r .-: f.r P:-..c .d Fruit, 9 :'-1i0 t 191-11 . . . 39
Eoat *D:tini'Ltia-, *itcus t 12u .0-3, 10'J -:0, 1340- 1 SLeons. . -10
T..ant 'L.rii.prn t: b: Port n p nd E:pzrts, 1940- 1 asor . . . 41
Ti.'Li: D.. tin-'ti.:,'s Ci.tru' 105S-' 1',-.' -0, 191-0-11 L- sr1ns *,
''r : .-'iLpI-i t- b, nc .l 'u r'lU t tiatr.3, 19-10- 1 S.r.s n . . 43
Lr::C.: ;-- .O .P.E l'c 1 '.- .,s 1 ';-'.-' l'-l --l S., c'n . . 1 --.i
:.ti t'.td Fricc Tiz.. b:- C rnn ri., 1331-3. to 1 9:2--41 . . 15
*Tio-.s 'c: rirni. .LrUd ri- :ri '3. b,y Countic, 191',0-II S anson. . 5'-2 5
T r',z- Lc'-rin,- Ornri ..a,'rrn-.cfruit .: T. ng- rincs, 19'0-41 3.nsorn. 5.
7i,- L.:d Av :rc,.- Pr d'ucition in Eoes,.s LinLors, 19?q-39, 19--70, E--41. 55
*.'. ti' i -Si 1.: Citri: t;:.- Citi-, ;1.35-30 toC 1910- . . . S
La i nI.flLL Cost lr- ni Trc.. ro .m. :L.zr., 9t-11 S z:.as zn . . . '31

V\ LTA.IBL S.., STr; i',, F;IE.S, .;'.TETihELO'' U'- ilIS,'ELLA:.E0U.2 FRUJITZ

*.'..f*'.. j ." .u T. .. . ,' .. . . . . . .. . . . .. . '22
bL.c &4'e b,' 1ountic: Coro2oedit I s, 19 -., 3 3-0, 3-0, *-- S 3:.'ons :'3-29'
b...cr .-. b *' c: rmiodi ics for 1,3 S ..ac sna, 1s 2.5-2"6 to 19:0-11 . D,-31
.'. r z,;,, Yil i V-u' '.i t f.r 2 A ion:, 1935-36 to 1') 9 0- 1 . 2-35
Pn,!.'i.d VA:.1 .- b:.' oi'.-cli.1 :, 1.'. S.nsons, 1.,2S-29 to, : 1, :0-:1 36
Truck Sh'ipl.:nt- b. lcl,:.1 i'.5-9, 1230-3-0, 1') r0-;l C.:zon. :.-51
Truck PFst- ing b:.r' :o m'uard 3t: tio jns I 0-: S on . . . 6.
T,'ucl 3thipm-:rt :.'ur u r-.,' for 1) '11 S ascr. . . . . . -
Tirl.: D:.:tlnati.'ne '^' A to"o, 1"3 -22, 193.0-210, 1010-11 . . . 5




C-n.;r'al ". Val- i .f .1 i 'uit Zs nn Vc t.tAl c . . . . . &
Volu 3 :a d V- I: l ;.--:i C.-. n . . . . . .
' -1u.ti', jndi Vl u. ,f 1 Ll1 F:'ruits as d ,.' .. tL'i':ca fof 10 S.scona. . 9
PFrc i 'lt 1;rl.'t .2'Lip n.in nL a 9 1'D -'1 c'. . ..... . . . . 1
.int orn. Ex-prcs: Cirl1 t .h pi.intz 1 'E.- -.i L Gson . . . . 15
F'.,cig;i t, L,,t 'mand I 'F. zr, .p n. .,.-_ints 1i C- l -..c n..n . . . 16
T-u':. 2 .:-n:h nm.: ':l- -. .:I' ,j.,r.d Static.ns, 1i :0- :1 S O.',sn.. . ... 17
Fraoic'-t, '-, t, E:.--r-.as ai,-d 'TI'nc: SLi,.r.ntr:, 19.n0 --1 . ... 18
,acil, Lepr.E r a. Lori.t S;ipm'i .-.Ats, Fr. it .. :'. tables, 1') S3 .i ns. 19
.4Lipritntts by V:. iou ?.i r.:s of r'nz:portation,1939.?-39, .3-;0, 10-1 2. *20-21
Es t I rl1.Ld i ';.1 ht1 i-L d P.,:i:.s per C-rloa ,Fuit, F ts V. get.at los. 37
r'LOLluct3i,-:n ,.t 1 V:iuJ 1',i', 'j fi.r : z :-.ns,FruirL t V. t bl.-n. 50-57
E.cct .,hipjncrtI: tlr Po". in :ihort Tons, Fruits .:' Vecc tLabl.,-r 5o
Frult '.a '. ;,ta Ll. A r -,i,,;c 10.0- 1 S, sson . . . . . 32-6

IlSCELL" :!EoUS AJ;,iCULTL:E

Fr-'/ r, II.:n :-i E, PTri, -.s, J c!:-onv lll- ,1r -l:.t . . . . 74
i-..st .:. : Pr-,i.: ., I.Trs ::.nvi-1.tr : ;' r!;.. t . . . . . . 75-77
IDba.rL.,' ..,rr. n-1 -, f'o .!.ictL.cr P: Pric rs, inludi-1,; '.uet oin S il s. 77
Florida ..ricultra-l Pri.:s :..pt. 15, l:-:l, it compnrinsons. 78






PLO ID.-' L'P :,il. ;E;T OF AGFIC'U.LTURiE
STATE iIAAi':rTII;G LINJEAU
1940-41
AHI...AL 1-RUIT Al1D V GLTALL P-TCP2RT
By -Frank i. Scrugos, asrl:et lie''z Spe. ialist.

'/olturre and Value ill Fruite a.d V-.-.ctables

Total pre.ductj. in of cli fruits and vegetables in Floridn f:r the
1390-41 season anjoi'inted to 2'.', '0C zarloads, having bt-n exce....-d only
once and lthat t, 1638-3,9 season, when we huJ 120,975 carloads. T is
-.roductic-n included- shipped out, canrnre.d .s-i -oriJa cocs'su.T.id. The
-'la]. ida ,.ros'; ael:cd .alue, '. -re pac]:e-i, reached the rs:cord figure of
;112,'75,552, vhich -xce.ed thLe 'rtvious hiign in 1 5-39' *-.eason by
a-round ,10,500,003.
The second lsrt.c.at lctrus cr:.-p of 5'5,**'0,754 bioes brought
6 1, 1'3',65 the record nich gross vali.ue.
The fl.rth lsi.st 'c.tsaL.le and non-citrus fr'ult crop .f 5,53'30
carloads or -quivslant urougnt t'.Le record high amount of -l3,07,7,l'..
High vo-lume asri high gross value -ces not necesa:,rily mean that
th.e growers rc--c.ived hich not:' returns. Sometine:- th.:- do better v.with
normal or slightly below normal prodii.:t. in. Sad weather causing
cx:pcnsivo replantings is an important facto.'.

Te 2 ,'75',0C3 b- r: or'ain ro., ~;s t.: second heaViCs t on record
as iwas thu v,4,-142,10. Grosn. valu..: Th :c t v iue bcfor.e int -reost,
ta-.c-s, insuran-c end depr'cl ati :.n as only .,1'6,65e s co.:..ird to
,'1,0099,419 in trih 1?3C-37' .-:..ason wi.cn the pr.oau.ction wims r.inl'
19','E0,7SS boxe-s. A study of the five-year record indicates t..t an
ora n:. crop under 2,0,C0,000 be :s is ii ily to bU: profitable for the
groweo-.. The 194--1: narkt may, how;.:vr, be bett.-r able to absorb an
unofficially .:th.Latcd '. ,000,0:. bones, pr-o.'idi.-, '.- hav. that imany.
With most agricultural prices hipihir it se-ems logical a-it citrus ray
also be higher. ihre mr b-e treisportatio.n or labcr difficultics,but
the Florida transportation agencies -som confident that they can .o.ect
all expected trtnnportation re.quirc.:.-ntc for both citrus and v.g-tabl..n
provided. trucks handle. normal volume.
T.ie orange crop is by f-r the most inport.-nt single ercp in FloridE
gcnsr.:lly accountinC for 35-.33 per co.ait of th.: total gross Flc-riia
value of all fruit: and 'cj..tablas.
u\APFi-RUIT
Grapefruit is tr;: accond mnst important of all fruit and v.. tible
crcps, accounting for 15-10 per cenat or a n ross vjlu-e of ,17,535,152
second only to th_ .,.,1,731,1 21 crop in tl:c 193-37? Season. It too.:
6,265,235 bo:..cs mare. in 1040-41 zeason tD get ..2,i,,93'3 less than in
1936-37 season. 7,165,,69 boe:cs v-ioro wcr: uns=d in canruin in 1940-41
than in 1936-"3 a-ason. On th, surface it I.auld ap..:r t:'it thi; rMor
grapefruit gpri-.O- and the morc neeccsaarili, div-rted to cinnors the wvorso
off bccomries t;hc grapefruit grow r. Rc:ordz indicn to that grapefruit
crops w.'cocding 18,000,000 box:s .ordinarily have :,nl:., a vacant clncec of
returning ths grow.'-r any n.:-t profit abovc all c..)penace. Conditions mnay
b.: r.much more fav.arz.bl; this ,yar, e.pociclly ,.ith an c::pactcd lighter
crop volumc. So,.e private estimates run around 19,00-0,,0 be0 -.
Tomatot--, b.an:, celery, tan.gerines, .traw.bcr'-i,.s, cabbage,
potatoes and pcpp:rc ar: the next in Crosa value incorta:ico. Th
orange crop Lquivalc .t to '7,953 carloads in 1040-41 .::.:-ded th: ntire
output of all v:ritable:, strawberry,: an.d '.watcrniclon3, which -mount-d
to 68,486 carload:. Th.- cOrangIe ross '. intc of .42,442,109 was
approximately A6,000,300 lus-: than v..ctabls and non-cltrus.
Pge 1





It is calcul atd th:L t .citra, : 2oss:. 5'1 p.:r carloficd as eomya:'.rod
t. o '- fur th fP Lit: and v!... .t.'-1b!-c. These figure. i.-.cluoce -l it.t
:.v-,t in-ra : io,3. i.'J in Florida. as w:.:Ll a that shipped ,: -ut.
The- ricat inportarit tl.inii about the 194.0-11 season was that
f r..:-iall:, it turned: :.u t betetr than e;-.ected. Citrus production was
*l-.::t 33s hI-o aL s evrr before recorded in Florida and cn.- combined
,itliru v.lu.n for all citrus State s was .very h ',. Supplies of coil-
-.-t- n,7 fruit '.were also r.--iv- with c-xport :utlcts for all fruits strict-
1-- liitei .d *:'.it. only a trickle sti :-ad :f a 2strea.tgoing to customary
:: .:.i t cu toi.i-:-rs. l.ir:.p n ;r,:i'k.;ts v'ere cut off bea-oiuse of war tirii
. c.,nomic n.d l :-ilit r-1 r -str.ictic.ns imposed b;, Great Eritain. "ie also
..ai a latc season which meant more volui!me to be sold in a shorter times
an thInt i nc, t Eg.--d f or .rices. On top cf thila .'e had an early cold
.:..v' '.';,s.iber 1'" an-i 1i, V ich caused severe d.,,m.sge to tangerines,
outtin- up.:.ll.s an.d aii'outinr the quarility of much of the r-:maininr
frult. This cold wav','e did nCm daan:-,age to ora:nFes in less w'.ell pr'ctoc te.
,reis. Dr,- either frori Dctobcr until late Deceimb.-r Ve.'t mush of t:he
oranCge, ,riap.ifruit and tanr 'rinens 'rop fr-omn 3isi-:" roperl'., weatherr
..naiticn: w'V:r abou t no'ral f. or citrua from Ju'-iry until A-ril,
follo.ud' by: to-o dry i..at her il -y; aind early Jwune in most citrus
di.:.trict. T'U., d.cughit :was brol: tle lntt-r t 't of June. It may be
3:-id, iowc',ve.-r, that most seasons Lnave periods -.f too cold, tco hot, toc.
ary, -. to c. w t e.ath.r l .'itl-h zon. 3C3aso0iiS ora.- than ot-':rs. The, final
v.l., of.: ci ru; !.arvc.st, a; s h a', fc-r pr. vailing ,.nri:.-t corn t ions
,lthou~h b.,ttr sizc Ind q,.A-llty would lU--v" ',!-,cd th,: situation.
The v.-:Ilunc of :1itrua which ".;t into c4;aling C;.rin,- thu 1940-41
-.:asor. as ,r-.S:;,tio!5.ll* h v-,, C::co.ding th.:- pr...vious !-hiilh figure by
.carly five. :r.illio box.3. iany people thought the top miL'ht have b:onL
r.: h-i in 1j..9-4 s's.: on wh-en 12,9'.0,40,- bo .s or.:- u.iscd in canning.
I,--.eir. 2 p.r cent of tLeC c'tru: harveostd in 194'0-1 sea.so.'n went into
.o.1s. Th. ri:cs paid at ann.,-,y for oranges iwas four tim.es that paid
t!.: yor..-o-r b-,fort-c and almost as high :.3s in recent -"rs whe-r only atout
oe-ctrtlh t:- i943-i1 volue.: .was n.:t1. Carmnners paid 3"/ 'pr, box for
15,C'.', 66 bo.::c: oDf ,rapfruit. \-a r-: tola th;',: bceulht mostly t:- the-
tor., but pric-a w'.'.:- fiuir-'.:[ ,i a stand rd box Icight Ti-e price-, ci
r. j. :f..r'ilt stv 4c' !-.oro than in 1939.-4D '..:hn 5,CC0,2'4 to::a wre used.
Thls cannery busin.c-s in- 140-41 sa-.on anount...td to 17,S91,227 boxos
t.'ith .-roas v-luc of ;,2E05,2.3 at caL-*:ary door. That "'.in't hay: but
it qin' t clo.-c1r ,:ithor." It ic & caso :.f CI : ,;rovw:r buing in th, hay
t... not in the i .1ov,-.r a. b'- in. in th: clov r ;nians -.n overall profit.
Th 'rltr fi.surcs th: -.row'r n,..tt,-I 25 on the orua,.s and a loss of
11 cin th.: hrapLfrult h.. jold to th;-.. cnn:er O- or a loss of 3' p.ar box
f.,r Ith total. T'. this .z' C.los *-r coz. must b- add:.d the box pro rata
intcr,-.t, tax., :ad dcr' ..tion on -rov3, huildinas ariid cquipmcnt
i... tl-. cnn-ir : rc. in Florida to stay .andi ir. taking an increasingly
la.i-.r aicurnt of t:-.. citru: volum-it.. app.:.ra nuoL-scZ ry that thti gro'.wues
.ia.n.'c som-. wa". to g.- ren-r,-, of t-. i non-,' spent b:- constua-Srs for cannorDC
cirrus. Cnnrin. citrus 3z sold too lo\ f..r tl-. gc:d, o- tih: cittruz gzrov;or
but it io fin' for scz.o- of th) Lundi'c-.,ds of millions of consumir w.'ho
i L:. it a b.:-ttc:r and mior.. convcr.ni-unt th:L' than I2'nc-ih citruss 1truit.
It mciy 1uil be ::.cir :-d out thit mu:hi cann..- citrus is sold during
th- four ro.nt,-i p,.ri :-.d Jun. 15 to ..'ctob...r 15 when f'..s itrus supplies
,': :r.;--y ligrt in Plot- -. ThiE volulmc- injure,-s California r.crc than
At d: lorida. Drin4 the o;ch-r oight months it lo'..--rs thic. .arirut
on Florid'-, T...:is .nd CaliLforn;ia src.h ic2 rus. Cannd zitr'us probaol-:
rc'.-e. points in the 'e-.rid ui.r fr: ah citru n-eve.r mov-ed buforo thLr
u;a3 no uuc'!- cai-.noi corap:tition. The writor does not kno'.. tac cxact
fe.linj of t:i go'L'r to.ar-is .-cnt-ors, but if ti-L pric- i- w';ere kept
abo.'.a 9'0 pr-r bo'.Z f,.r oarnesa a.n- abovc'e c;' for graplruit, ha would no
dou-itt ba b.tt.r cati-sfl.d. Thi. '.-ric,: rtay be rsEiclled or oxcc-edcd""forA






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oranges this 1041-42 season arid the grapefruit prices paid by ,*atinc-1l
may- t cc.ronsiderably higher. Tn- trirnd of c aru-icd productss price. in
general is definitely,' u-pward.
V GiTABLLES
'h-e 1940-41 season end:id up more favorably than it :..,-iled pos-.iblc.
The voluine vas below nor..al, but tihe total cross value a~w% 122 per cent
above the previous hiCh season. This favorable result for the State
as a whole was not favorable for -:,rmi sections of the State and for
soic .-rowers. The -.:e their *.,a: exce.din,.l unfavorable in Central and
:.outhl -!'l'.ri3da, particularly' in South Florida. Palm Beach, Lro'ard and
Dade Counties, tChe thru, mosat important counties in the production of
tender ventablcs had too much rain :r too much :ol..! at critical tines
ur'in thu gro:n.-ir and mar:etin a.:saon. PMuch rvplsntins, was necessary.
Smn' acreage was r.-piant.-d everl tim,... Tlis Aor- of thing wvas Z:-
pensive.
TRAJ.SPOlPTATI 2C,
A su.Lnary of tru'!: transportation will b fou'.i- following psgc 63
of t.isLi report.
PTIJICiPAL P.-ODUCTIO:) ARL '-. }\,R VCTAE.- All il I L. li' Fi.'ITS

Limaz. i-lostiY ii.-r:h-Jun.:- 1. -Pal.n ucacn 4'S per ..-.-nt,AlQhua 25,
Brioward 6, St.i.uc.io 5, Ctl'.ir CounrAi.Z 10 per cent of a'. rage
product ion.
Cabbage.. C io'.'mbcr-!lav. Palm L-ach 23, St.John- 1-',Putnan 09,F r.clc..r 6,
Oranr c 6, S.eminole 4,;anst. 'e *;,Ala :hu I, i, turs 25 ,._r c t .
Cler-;r. costlyly January 1-Jiuie 1. Early: Sc.:i.ncl. 61, ralm [.a 1?,
Sarasota 17, .lnnatnn.- 4, Oth. r. 1 pir cent. Lnt.;: _,.Linolc 53,
Pain Beach 17, Saracota 14, inarion i6, Othe:r.s ,. r cent of
production. Sco- paGs- 6 for total.
Escarole. ivcmb.r-.la;:. IManate.:- lads i't.i around 37 .'..r c.-nr of pro-
duction follo\;ed by Comirole- 3,0, Palm Beach 1L, Ora-ng,_ 12 and
otlhcrs 3 pner cent.
Lettuce. ilovember-lay. ilanatoee le.:ads with .33, Faln Beach 20, Scminolo
16, i:arioni Alachua 4, ilndr;; 4-, Daliu 3, Orange .3, i-d other
countiu-s per cent of production. Ti.e: c-t..naivc nor plantings
of Ic-t'.-r ty-~ \.ill ups..t thoeso pcrcentgez-. !laniat.., Palm
Beach, and Seninolo ar-. t!-.e leading producers of i.c-b..rg l'ttuc.
S.mninole, .,Manat:-e and Alacliua arc the lc.ding counties: in Big
Soston -roduction. Sc,. pag.:- 23-31 for acr.aCc. fiur'cs.
English Peas, !ov.:mb.: r-.y. Palm EB.ac'h Cro appr'.,imat :-i 93 p,:r cent
of the corrL. rcial crop with most of th.. rn:mind.-er in Alachua,
Sarasota an- St. Lucl- counti-s.
PotatoLs. AlovLmnbr-ialy. Most of th.: S:.uth Florida :onatoce ar- Rod
Bliss Triumphs and Dade Count,.' accounts for more tlha. C. per
cent of the total. Pal(,i each folloV's ith 21 p-r c.nt. The
remaininr 23 penr cent in .ore than 15 oth.-r South Florida
counties. Most of the Jorthn Florida potatoes aaro whit,. of
various va.ric tics cnd arc hIrv..jtAd in ti latt. spring. St.
Johnts accounts for 45 per cent, Putnam 21, Flaglcr 14, Alachua
8, Escwnbia 4, and th: rcmaininng per cent of production
scatt.rcd. S..c pagi. 62 for Strat. total.
Fall Winter Spring
Boans P e.-r Cent Per -Cont Per Cunt
P'L' B U ach 67 Browiard 41 Palm 5-nch .5
Broward 15 Palm Beach 50 Broward 9
Mlarion 5 Dadc 7 Hillsborou.;h 7
5eminolo 2 Highlands 1 li-rion "
Martin 2 Alachuia
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.tr..:avb'-.rri. DLCLA.r.lb r-llay. Ilillcbo rough accountZ for around 4.-' pr
cL;nt of pr.-.iL clu n. Pc.lk with 1-, iard.- -I.ith 11 r 1. r c nt ,b in
i nt'-r anld print prcdue :rs. -E'rndlford v th 15 and Jurnt r wAith
"-r c:rt, b.:i :L; L :c r' ri i.pail itc prodariccrs. Othc-r ccuntl.cs
..nr all port: .o F rid acc.:aint for- t ?h r.:maininri 14 p-r c.mnt.
'.: t.r'mnicl.fan ;a"'-Jul.:. Lai.: ics .i : anli'n, .arl ; p .r:.duc-ir .Itth around
13 pcir :crnt .:f t'.o -,rou.tloa i. .'c:hu: 1 Suwnru,:e 1-1, Jackson
1', Gilc.jriL: 10 p,,r ce.nt, Crid 'll cthl P- r 3,5 r2 .-n--..
.C nt'll:,'.,p s. 1..; ,-Ju:- ;ic.[ilton, iu-i; n -, ..1-i runt r ac,-ount foIr practi-
.:ill,' li c.:r. :ci: 1 pr,-o.a ton 'i ; Florida.. lanilton Icrads in.
pro-dCjct iorn.
ii .c l -,:'n :.OuL rulit. ..:tl -: '.2 ';c-i: ,r. dci'I oLr.rLce, L c,., l an-it'.:o,
-iiilb.--:rugh, Poll:, Highland.-, Colli:r, ard P. ln E .ac2- lerad in
tl 'c 'c A ticn ,f .tr. picl a- i a -:LAt-tro iCJ l 1 fruits.t
.Hillo b.,rouzi:, oil.:, Al.-C.. ,u-, Duval, La!: r3 nr r-:, :.anat.-c,
''"usi., Li..v.ard, :,l'.ioo.a, .Cae .L --, 1-'i'., Jac:son, 11ar on,
"nd Futn:-.' .;:ad i: ol -th.r misc.-alln.:rous frruits.
Avo.rid'. ..i:l Co'un t a.cc:unt1 fr .araunrd 75 -'or cent of the produc-
;ion ani illcL :.r.-ni. sbot- 1: per cent and Pol, L--e, E rev'arrd,Collier,
Fizn;lla Hilrhhln3A, anJ fair E.-ac:. !a?..'e most of the r.est. An estimated
170 c.r lo- .s. r.rodu- :ed .ln, lorida. I.:uch I goe. o.tt.
St'lna ias. 5 il1sbar glu ha: about 40 p-,:r :cenit with MI'.st of' t.e'a rcmain-i ;
i,' .? iarnat,-c. ,'.ri_- Er evard, Polk, Lade, Panlm Beach a-nd HiLghlands
cajL tes. The total pr-.di.,tion i3 light and of little cuvLj.rrcial im-
i.orta3,ee. 11-p- banin. boon ia bha ee- ver fcr riMLany -:,ars.
,ua.',av.s. !Hilll:2 :roui.i accatunt:. fcr asr'un.c-id 5'. per Ceiit ',,it.1 o03st of the1
reai-T er .-2, c t.:-r d in Lae.., Pcik, ul:ecc'bacD., Uicnroe, Ianatee, Palm
Becch, Hard.:, Da.e-, 'Chailote n.Id Volusia coui-tis. Possabl" 40-50
carloa,:s3 in n-r-.al "cear:.








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Grap s. J.a]:e tard Qraa co.nti) ia v.ic -3. per cent of' th' Dz,.iP.cCli
anm t!ii: arL. .is ththur .o.-.cietrclal .p;oi:. Diavli ',
Coluntic, Alac'.:s, c:'.slooza, C l.:ioun, ii;,:iilton anrd liillbz-rorugh have.
most of the other grap.s. of all t ype-, for local .onc-u.'rption. The
equi.'alent of. 40-5'0 c.rloads of all type: ; g'rap.. ro-a.,id.
Pi,'s. Duval leai.s w'_tih round 24 per cent. closely follcwvd b-' Fascj,
ThTfsborouGr',, Csl1ho.-n, .nrld Alichu'!i. Thc 2e-meair.I. j r .-r cnt i. 'iou-
1:; sca ter-cd.. Tot:il :-.roduu.:ion of 30-40 c.-rlosi, mostly. fr' hornm. u:o.
Blucbc'rr-ic-s. 01:alos:.- accounts for- -nc th-an .-r c'.,It ..hile Gadsdai
accounts 'for no-:t of tie remind.:r. Gulf, Su n.tcr, Santa Rosa, '..'ashlng-
ton, and probably scrm otithr c'.ntics -has: --.c;n- v.olum.:. Possibly 10-15
carloads pr.vodu.ed in Florija. Does not i.i.clud. wild hucklabcr4.-c:
If-.und in .iany part: of t.he SttD.
Inan-ocs. Surprisingly .oo,.:h 'li.isorouy-h ha1. ibout 45 '.er ccrnt O*?
tT ,/ volumric, r..an;: of' tiLso boinm f t.:f c.ar-inon varl.-ti..s. L:o, D'adc,
iannatoc .n.-I Collier hi .0' .mo:t of th!- rclSaindor. Dad. Lo:, ;:ighlandla,
and Pl:-. Each arc repo- t.-. t- hlve nmo t of the- iiipr'ov.d or con .r.'l .
vr.i ies. 15-22 c:.rloc- d produced in nDarnal ja-sons.
Para:. Alachui, 'alton, Duvail and D!:ilo-.os ar.. th'.. lo-.in; cowuntio3
cloC'.ly folloujd b-.: Sanr.ta osa, 'aJ:d .en, .;s-:.r, C.: liun, Ea:,y, Columbia,
Union' and iHolme4 'icn:- oti.-r, c .nt i.: ,.._ pI :..L' 100-150 -:arlo-ds
produced, includin,-; ''nat tnrc 'o cat. This rI:.- be lov for nor:ial ;, ar'
PC.a -.co. Calhoun, Alui.cuau, Jac.kson, Holme,:: nd 'Colun.,bi:i clad. Pasco
and La:: hay:U sr:all qurntiti...s of peacher for corn.:rcil thip.-.:nt.
10-15. carload- for Florid'. i-.n :, f ,U:...,s. or. th.: -r'.11 honu, v'rict/.
Plums. Alachu-., i:ill1i:.orouiih, Du.li and Cal'ohoun account for around
7,-. .r c.-.it pf th-i.: pr-.o ctue ion ";ith th-: r.:maind'r zse ttr:d. --d0 car-
loads produced in *fav.Draic se -sons.
Prn',Yas. D-dic lad: 1lth -15-5J .cr .,o.t of t!.- volume. ![lll:borouih,
-'-i-il' Loc, 'Colli.er and 'ol:: hav, :.lnc t of th rmr'ni:ndic 25-3,1 c:'-
londt produced. Sc'.r: cold uanc. pis.' havoc witlh aps T:s.
Pcr1imn.onz. Duval, Alachua, U;illsborou-i and lSunt;-r countim.s supply
around 3- pc' ccnt *f the productl.n 'it'-, the rn:-indr widely acattaorc^
20-25 carloads produced buit f,.a aor shipped out of Florida.
Limos. Nonroc ,n- Lad. Couintie. normally h: 'e -round 65 par cC-.L of'
"rW-Froductior.. rtost of t-.sce arc- ', t;,'.:. Poll, Hillsborough, L-o
..avu man y of t.',c r.-i.mind r. 'iutn :i, e t:,Dr- d 'nd Ch :.rlo tt h:.'.'
limcs of' various t;.. a: .s do son.. oth-,r coi'nti .. Dad,, Polk Ind
]lighlands xroo rao mot of t.i Froi.ion li.L-:. roductiof. .quiv.alent to 300
carloads in 'n.r:.ial y.3rz, but r.,:cn. frazca3 o i' ?st fo. year-z ...t down
this volunc. Much of thiz 'olumr. Is 1-hiipud o;ut of Florida.
Lotions. Polk and l!illzbrou.-i ,': r.:or.t of th.o ro auctionn w;lth r.uch
'n.IlEcr amou-it. in Brcra-"4, Pasco, d n.c ani ot::era, Probably 75-100
cars-o--f lenons of all type and cru.a.-brccda produced in normal ycersa.
.atsumas. Duval and Jcff'crsonr, now havi about 2E r:r cent of t"-h
volic. Ecce-anbia, Alnaiua, Clay, Lui', Futnan, Ja'cakon, '.a'.-,ington arid
I.orion havo substantia-l -:clu.T.c.. !;ann- och.r COLuticE hav.C somf- v.oluano.
Possibly as r.s:.' as 30 p.'r cent. of sat-'.nu:- trocs; hsa,:. bo:n froz-n out.
Production probably do:s not nca c;:cccd 5'u0 carload.
i:inL oranrgcs, tangclos, orancAloa, Iniuquatc, and r-niccallancou:
citrus arc cFrown in Polk,' L-.kc, Monartc-., Er-..'ard, Volusia and ir.-ny o.h-r
counties. Thu -'r'oductlion *ma 5xcc.d 500 c:.rload3. .'i conLiducrzblc
nortiogn of this volu.nL- rou- out i.in ift bc::c-. or in miscclla:3 ous
contninors. M'iuch of the production is co.-.a!od by tourists or loc.'l
rosidonts.





'TATI3TIC:3 a.liD ESTIIiATLS ',il FLORIDUA CITUS CROF FOR SE.ioll 1940-41.
(Auju:L 1 Jul;,- 31)
:,arlc4ri : T.ratal :rotal Ecz.e : Gross FOB he turn-: r'c.di':Ction a0 i : n 'Ret 3P 'r- .* t. :
R'rlit :Re1p.rtdJ: Rail ,E:-prr. s Fl.jit'li Points : Mark.etn 5 Pig Coist : P loia Io.: :-rs :
.4 hi-m'Ln nta S9:3h.pL ed :Rail t : Boa : and t :: : For ,.:rop : Bo:: : lor .rop : .:.o : -o- ':r.n :
ranger: : 35 273 :27 ,,84:11 .99: 16,603 ' :..1.'3 :*.27,0' 4,'0C0:.11.2'7: 21.0& 4 ,4 & %.i : i.,. 7" ,559:
CGr.pe-fruit: 17,5613 :I -,1.5: 5,411 : 7b *5,-/1': 1.21 : ,'2 ',57.5 1 .0': 3.,672,55 : .g12 : b ,1,'"
'I.anicrnne3: ,2 4 : 171: 1 ,03. 1,7'91, 24: 1.6 : 3,310,264: 1.5.: 2,.31,,' .: 1' : 1P ,1:32:
l. ly .'A.itruc: 7,4', : 7,9 .1: IO: Conv:c rted : : L.on'rt.ed : : C,jnverted : Con'". rt .'.:
: A ve : : .',e : -re :
Trotals : o,'", C :4'9,.9:17,743 -: 2",35 ,1-:7: 1.51 : 39,711,619: 1. 24: .2,59.,122: .27 : ',11. .,4'.7:
1IOTES: -:Gross PI turit o .arie for cars ll F'l i P i.ia shipping point 1,Yvil e nE-1: r'. ti'u-'s i d. ic' A' tC o i turn
to -grow'.ers aft't r drducting pro tin s s, 1.''t biefl1, r, 'l".tiiuclgtti, t fIr ii t : li cat 'on.
invor.tm'rt: ta:x.cs 1nd dopr ci ation.
Boat 3hipm1 nts as shown h'aviri no pr't.v i.ni rAi h1 'ul 'u'u-:t'i_ to 17 ,74., '.u url Jals Dof 400 boxes
miach and were ihi ipcd mraininly frIopL J.U cksorville Fnd t. Pierce :'i.uch simallr :u;nou-nts rv.'cd fr..n Tanip,
iiirid, PaLm Beach and P)rt EverplA.dos. Bolt d'_-tlltlions wcrc principally t., i.v. orl:, Boston,
Phi latclphia., and 5BAltimore with so'.m to ilc;.v a'rlhon: rn-l .tri.: ports. Tabulatiorns si.:vrig bot
supmrcints by Floriln ports with dctilntiorn r7ay be found clson:.-o in tid st3llvr.ry.
Ficlc-up-Expros3 shipments inclu'ajed in li i. d CitLZ.: cr.'rlot shupm ints a lat'i.utt'. to 1,16' c:rl.ts
*of 410' b'oxos Seo pago 1.'.
Light cars s-dppcd mostly to South-rn mairkcts A.:moliunt.c d to 4,124 c-2r' distribiut.:d 5.z follows:
Orangos 2-,80(. Gripfruit. 477.. T[ujLij riinc3 c 4 -and i.li':d Citrus 786' cars.
The mixod car anal-sis sho-u-d oraing -a ha'vinrg approxln-intc 1; .'5, p:r cc'nt, grap f'i'fit Lil
and tangcrino; .16 por ccnt.
The rail loe-ding3 wcre approxim:'tcly as follo'0s: Or.uigs i38., Grap-ifrvit 401,nin Tani.-.1rin?7 404
boxes to oar. These fig'urd3 rcflct the 4,134 light c:r Iclacdings which h u.v:rag.d arov"c '25:0 ro:cs 3lci
car. Tot-il rail freight: Z6,160 ci-rload3.
R'il freight Lhinmcrint aft:r conv:cltitng lmi:l- ciar wr- as follo'r's: Orang',:' ,1'80'i, LGr'.pcfr.uit
14,098 arnd Tangcrincs '.,254.
ESTItLATES 01 CITRUS FRUIT TRUCKED OUT 0F FLORIDA DUiTiIlG THE SEASON ,"'F 1940-41.
ORANGES :Carlot equi 1.4,531 or 5,726 ,'000 Doxes .irc.ss at '1.5,: .G),-17, 30 liet..-at 3.31 1 ,-3''', ,580
GRAPEFRUIT:Carlot equiv. 3,899 or 1,55,6'00 boxo ro3s at 1.10, 1,715, ict-:-t 1,78
TANGERINES:Carlot equiv. 1,087 or 434,3uD boxca.Gross at 1.66, 717,420 Ilet -::-t t', .4 l 784
ALL CITRUS:Carlot equiv. 19,501 or 7,720,4O00 boxos.Gross At 1.49.4$11D430,'.60 lIot-.-t 2G0, j 1,71,15'
MHll.STI._MA ES ON CITRUS FrUITS SHIPPED BY RAIL, BOAT, AMID TRUCK FOR LEASJ11 1040-41.
TOM b S :Carlot equiv. 56,91o orr22,35,828 boxos.Gross at ..n,36,121,100 lict-:-at 35 o 7,369,11
GI FRUIT!:Carlot oqaiv. 23,861 or 9,516,075 boxes.Groas at .S,11,342,895 ,Not*at ll., 1,0.1,565
*IANGMRI-ES:C.arlot oquiv. :S'1600 or 2,226,624 boxo .Gross at 1 .67,46 3,737,684 Hot*aft 10, "- 213,*6
Sg.LL CITRUS Carlot oquiv." 8,373 or354 078 ,527 boxs.GrOss at i1. $0 6Sl,191,67 Noteat I29, 5 9m,034, 64








iates on Cost of P.a7.in&.p4 h*arkotj. 86,3 3 Cars of Oranges, Grapefruit, and Tangerines. -
a of productiq...on notwe' mach as ferYtiser, spray materials, cultiwating, spraying,. pruning,
t= 'c, but not indldi'n nhtd4rt, depreoiation, or taxes on strib'tly grove acreage. Per Std. Box.
Oranges $ .40 Grapefruit $ .35 Ta-nrorines A. .50 Weighted Average Z .80
Cost of ioking, hauling packing selling, and other average ordinary a' keting charges.

Total ordinary qnd average cost of production and nr' et ing or citrus-.
*wi'a.ne 1.27 Grapefruit j l.09 Tanggfines 1.58. lighted Avern.n $ 1.24
ESTIMATES 0:i CANIiERY CITRUS&FRUIT U3ED INI FLORIDA DURING SEA30SN 1940-41 (400 boxes per car)
-ORAIG--ES :Larlot equiv ,9;8553 or- 3,941,2B61 oxvs.Gross at *bu, 3,l.i.,"J liote-.:-t 25, 9C5,315
GRAPEFRiIT:Cnarlot equiv. S-,677. or 1,870,966 boxe.Gross3 at .7, q ,132,257 leot.-at -11i, 1-l,525,806
ALL:CITRLIS:Curlot equiv. 44,530 or 17,812,227 boxca.Gro33 :t .47, ~ ,2 5.2663 ?etest 5,- 540,491

ES!MSAT2S O1: FLORIDCA FKRSH"GITRUS'SHIPPED BY RAIL, BOAT, TUrCK A1D CANNED Ill STATF, SEASOiJ 1940-41
dQueES :Carlot-equivi-i6-656 or 26,271T-,089 boxos.Oroala -t.^1.43, l5,N74,10 tlet"at O4',. 8,852,433
ORjP EFRUIT:Uarlot equiv. I T 88-or 25,387,041 boxes.Orss :t 3 .70, a1G,477',152 licteat 2, 524,241
TAI URINES:Carlot equiv. .5,600 or 2,2C6,624 boxus.Gross at t1.07, ,727,684 !let-:.t 10 213,966?
ALL CITRUS:Carlot 'quiv.130,903 or 51,090,754 boxec.Gross at t1..15, 59,476,945 liet-:.t 16;l..: 8,542,158 ,

ESTII.lATES Oil FRESH CITRUS FRUITS GOi.SUMED Ill FLORIDA. DURING SEhSONl 1940-41
ORMiGES :Carlot oquiiv. 6,8lu or 2,4'1'6,O00 bo::c-3.Grro. t 1.28, a 3,168,000 ilet-..:t 23/,? 50L,250
GRAPEFRUIT:Carlot equiv. 2,500 or 1,000,000 b..xo.Gross at .6, 860,000 Jctt-:at 1, 10,000
TAlNGi RIES:Carlot cqidv. 1,312 or 525,000 boxes.Orosa at \1.31, 687,750 zJlt-3t I/,1 5,250
ALL CITRUS:Cr lot equlv. 10,000 or 4,000O,000 box.:..G'roas at 1.1i, 4.,715,73u NJetat 15., 5S4,500
;loto: The bo;ve 'Itart consumption figuro1 do not iclude 3 1 cirloads to Voit FPlorida, wvhch wore
credited to Intcrst*ute trucks. Some of this fruit vi.a not consumed in '.oaUt Florid.i.
ESTIMATES Oil CIIRUS SHIPPED BY RAIL,BOJAT. MID TRUCK, i.!i TH .T G.CiED OR THAT CONSUT33ED III FLORIDA.
0'ARGC-ES -- orlot cquiv. 72,953 or. 28,752,08J Co::c3.'iro-03 t T,l..-J,. .42,4429,10I ct*at 35 ,. 9,120,658
GRAPEFRUIT: Carlot oquiv. 61,038 or 21.,387,041 box.'-.Gross at .71, (17,.:35,152 llctast 1.7,- 51- ,241
TA,.IGRrI ES:Carlot oquiv. 6,912 or 2,751,624 bo.xes.Gross at 1.60, .1 4,415,434 b Netant 8.E,1. 219,216
ALL CITRUS:Carlot cquiv.,lO.903 or 55,890,754. boy.xc.Gross at 31.15, 364.192,605 !etent 1 .4,h8,8.31,633
NOTE: Gross rofors to returns Fob cars Florida shipping points, and net refers to returns on troc
before deducting for interest, doprociation, and taxos, on strictly grovp property, but after
doedlucting for csut of production and miiarkoting.
Estimates of Florida's Financial Boncfit From Rail,Bont,and Trucl: Tr-nsportotion Chargers :,' 5,589,075
TOTAL GROSS REVENUE TO FLORIDA FRO.1-CITRUS 1TCUTLu'InG A-PCRTION OF TRIUISFORTATION CHARGES '.69,781,770









Ca.RLOb
EQUIV
SHIP!.
Straw
Wa te
Oth.E
Sub-T
Bean
Cabbe
Celi
Cucu
Eggp
Esca
Lett
Peas
Pepp
Potal
Toma~
. .


STATISTICS AllD ES TIIATES 11 FLORIDA VEGETABLES, IELOIS, AMID uIl0l-CITRUS FO4R SEASON 1940-41.
ShLipped rron Florida, or sold from farms for canning, or for Florlda consumption.
Gross valucs for comiimodities loaded in cars or in trucks, at Florida loading Point3.
Production, packing ani other marketing charges lave not been deducteid.
:HRail &: EstimatedFlorlda :Trucked;Gonsumed: anned:Estimatedl Trucked: GRAl;D TOTAL
LElT : Boat : F.O.B. Value :out of: in : in : Consumried,Canned : FLORI DA
-!ITS Cars : Ckr : Total : P 1 a vorid a :V-ilurio: Value : Volume Value
berries: 51:-23;546: 119,646: 1,073: 250: 2b: 1,548:1.,10,400: 1,599:, ,9 046
melons :5,028: 240: 1,206,720: 976: 1,000: -: 1,97: 296,400: 7,004: 1,50 ,1
on-Cit.: 2: 500: 1,000: 321: 1,000: 200- 1,521: 760,500: 1,523: 761,500
total 5: 5,081:' 261: 1,327,366 : 2,370: 2,250: 25: 45 45: 415'7,300: 5926: 5,434,666
s&Llnas : 2,899: 885: 2,585,615: 5,485: 1,100: 525: 6,910: 5,873,500: 9,809 3,439,115
age : 2,270: 490: 1,112,300: 2,29i : 1,200: :3,498: 1,469,160: 5,768: 2,541,460
y ,837: 704S 6,221,248: 1,681: 800: : 2,481: 1,042,020:11,318: 7,06-3,268
boers : 1,021: 828: 845,398-, 1,196: 325: : 1,521: 1,140,750: 2,542: 1,986,132
lant : 71: 380: G2,480: 585: 300: : 886: 620,200: 957: 682,680
role : 573: 495.: 233,6.35: 203: 10: : 215: 95,350: 786: -37,4B-
uco : 235: 706: 165,910: 232: 350: : 582: :95,760: 817: 561,670
,English: Bi: 1,110: 39,910:. 221: 200: : 421: 421,00): 502: 510,910
r3s 810: 1,087: 080,470: 1,445: 400: : 1,845: 1,660,500: 2,655: 2,540,070
toes- : 4,204: 540: 2,270,100: 1,068: 1,250: : 2,318: 1,043,100: 6,522: 3,313,260
boes : 3,692: 1,140: 4,208,880: 3,988: 1,300: 675: 5,963:. 5,605,220: 9,655: 9,614,100
or MiLal: 1,891: .,840: 1,588,440: 1l638: 3,500: 200: 5,358: 3,416,320: 7,229: 5,004,760
Ve&tles:26,584: 765:,20,2941,46: 20,041: 10,735: 1,200Q:31976,2g,783,330:58,560:$ 43.077,816
'TOTAL :31,665:$ 6853f21,621,802: 22.,411: 12,985: 1,425:36,821$26,940,680:68,4863$ 48,562,483


:
:

o
:
:

_.
:
3:
3:


Es;imato of Florida.s .Financial Benefit from Rail,Boat, and Truck Transportation Charges:$ 3,424,300:
M 8GROS' Revenue to Florida from VEGETABLES,MELONS,and NON-CITRU.TS Including Charges : 51,986,782:
TOTAL VOLUME AND VALUE OF FLORIDA FRUITS. AND VEGETABLES FOR SEASON 1940-41
Ship ea from Florida, or sold from farms for canning, or for Florida consumption.
-. ro a values for conmoditio3a loaded in cars or in trucks, at Florida loading points.
Si............ a a Estmatfrflorida t1rucked: Con su.d:anne d tima t dTrvok ed : GRAND TOTAL
i..... T : Boat. F-0 Value :out of: .in in : ConEumed,Canned : FLORIDA
S :. Car :.. i' Total' 1: o--' i .a . Vbolume-. Value .Volumo Va~ue *
. ... ... ata.. 711,619: 1U, 1: S1, 000: 44, 503,83 4,481, 07 140,90564,192,69
.'t Pruits .5,O1 291" 1,327,366: 2,370: 2,250: S: 4,8455: 4,157300: 9,926: 5,484,666
ii hles :26,584 763: 20,294,436: 2DQ041: 10,735: 1, O0:31,976:22,783,80: 58,560: 43,077,816:
TAL ...I..i. 621: .61,333 m1. 41.12:. 22,985: 45 ,955110, 65251,421,756:209,3891312,755,177:
t1 e M 6of Florida's Fihancial Benefit from Rail,Boat,and Truck Transportation Charges $ 9,013,375:
ITAL GROSS REVENUE....:::F.==.LORIDA FROM ALL FRUITS=AND VEGETABLES .ICLUDING TRAi1SP. CILtRGES 121,768,552:







FLORIDE FRfDUCTIO AD;! VALUE FOR 13 SEA.0;;.S


Carloads
Season ProdUCtion
1931-5 o 5,01
19 -7 01,21
19 u,9c20

1 -7 102,7"37
19 ,9569
1. 0-t, 1 910
. C r.Ic.ads
'To yr Avera~ 97,192


Boxes


ALL 1ITRU3
Florilda&
GIro*.s Vrlu'


2:,77,7 2
5} ,16,11
a3dpi^



,i llars
. -.,902,5!0o


Boxes
58 ,18,730


Aver are
F-r 3ox
Gross IF tr


S1.81
1: 9

1.70
1.50
1.oL
1.17
1.15


C 1.3o
1 -.O^
1.1,3
1.0?
1.12
1.09
1.7
1.85
.-97


1.51. 1.Q7 .27


ALL VEGE.TkBLES


ALL VEGETABLES AN.)D NOfi-Cl.TRU3 FRUITS


Season

1 -13 2-
1 -1
19^2|
1? -96
19-5
l1 9 60
41 7


Carlo. da
Production

Si, 60
0,818




.65 151
58 5u3


10 yr 'Average 55,2cc,


Florida
Gross Valu.e


S5,1i09,9L6


Carloads
Proiucti :.n

,2 ?7

97,5oc
2,6070,
b0, 118
77 -o
c ,1480
a, 107


Florida
Gross 'Jalue
S50,851,257
25

:. IL',



,57 ,1, 82
$ 3?1,437.789


ALL FRUIT .'LJIT, VDGEIMBLE3


Se-az n
1Su -




' .. 4 1
1939-5o




. 1 yr Average


Carlc.r*'.
Frodotl~ion


102 ,ol

1'?

c'2 0 53 -

lot;577


Floriia
Gross ValuiA




9 ,WU,'6
102,2e0,6oo
11 .7b ,5A5
; 8K,L16,667


Notes: "Froddct-io' Piripre do not inr.lude an:.' product ion w-hich mny have been
abrindontd, duo to qualit;.,' condidt~n, Iro f arlets o:r an:' oher renasn.
"Gross Value" mr,ans the value of tried. fruits and vec.:n..51l *.whon loaded in
rail cars or in truc'is at Florida shippllig point.
"MarMteting Costs" as .sed .above inc.ludis pckln hr-uli r,', puikirn, if
S paccLd,. s3-lling cheartos, n.adertlslng assooasment s, inspection feei, etc.
"Hot" 's us;.d above shosta thy' ustirmiatu nat to crou'ers boforo dcdurting
for 'itorust on irnvstmont, taxns, instance, and depreciation if any.


e t
.'



.22
,07
,12
.16






Re' c .rd

Sa zso!i

S4?13 55
1 31-!-7
1932-33
19 33-..4
10.4-35
19.5-36
13.36-.'57
19.37 -38
193,3-SI
1939-40
1940-41
Avei'aae


sit of
oduc -
on (2)
fore
eked.
r Box
0.60
.48
.45
.45
.45
.42
.38
.34
.42
.40
.426M*


FLORIDA -O:i.-E S.i_ l.:E1IT3L. VALUATIONS


'Tot l 1
t*arloads
R'rported
Shi pped.
Carlods3
25,7255
32, 580
S231,7,39
28,21.5
29 746
37, 208
46 061
55 ,397
38 285
42,5j7
36,791


Cost of Estlinatcdl
Picking, iro3s Pob
Hauling, FtRe-turns
P king, Floricda
Selling. Points.
Per Sox Per'nox,
$3.55 *2.30
.90 1. 48
.87 1.71
.90 1.85
.95 2.3'

.98 1.56
.84 1.43
,91 1.62
.87 1.63
-- .9Q53 1.794 *


Portion
'ir I oa. s
Shipped
By Rail.
Cars
2.1 C,54
26,414
15,291
14,643
17,40.3
23,332
31,258

29,283
31 ,402
2 5,371


.itiatedl 1
:c.t Returns
to ,% ters
R a-i '1o. F a t

Shipments.
Per Box
CI.75 -;


.10
.50
.90
. ':-O

1.15
.30
* 1-')


.25
.29

.365-
.465-


ELstimxted
liet
Rcturnf l)
Rail .* Poot
Shipment. .
liet Value
67,4, 109.
1,172, 830
4,712 594

10,543, 12?
16,767,693.
5,401,6-9?
5,382 ,190
'1,268,355
5 979,58 .38
6 7820,3B8


DAre F)R 10 :E.sRC.


Uith io.
Rail Haul,
t.i pp e d
By7 Boat.
Carloadsi
1,6'71
6,16,3
13, 508
13,3 70
12,343
1.3,026
14,803
19,317
8,993
11, 195
11,420


Ktu;:i: ("' Not return after deducting f -r co.t of production which includI.e fertiliezcr, spra-,- nrter-
ials, cultivating, spraying, pruning, 3et. ,but before deduct ting, taxe,int,.rest,depreciation.(I GCost
of production figures addcd to net returns to gro.er .-vill shoW"iOn Tree" a--.rar,:; price for r-il a nd
kat shipments. (3) Estimated figures fC':rtrucl-,d-out:' sad cannedL stocl: are well tas-ed for last B
j"'rs. Truck shipments for 1935-37 i.-,clude intrastate truck shlioments. Figures for "consumed in
Fjnrida" stock are rough estimates based on supply, price, population, etc.
~ihus sign indicates Net Loss. WVieighted Average.


io'cordA CG0
and Es- Pr
t- r.at e ti
3 eason Be
All Pi
ORAI G'ES Fe
19351-32
1932-33

197.4-;35
1935-3"6
1936-57
1937-38
1938-39
1959-40
1940-41
10-.Y.Ave.


Total
Rail .-
hSi paein t 3.

-,50c4,145
11,7b8,S00
1 ,401,567
11i ,'94,45 _
11,714 ,538
14,560C,603
18,005,497
21,526,750
14,718,568
16,605,828.


, AIND OTHER
Ei tim.ted
TruLckedl I)
out of
blorida.
*.o:;es

1, 854, ,.aJ
2,022 ,000J
2,8 C,64'.3

2,510 ,0,00
2,560,000
A?,442,'C'-D
5,175,741
4 .776,U0 'C
572 00C0
3.234.,396


Canned ( 3
in
Florida.


5 ,0,'CJ
61,4.33
i17 7,97
140, 0."T0
620,185
1,0 55,79m
1,19S,689
4,170,134
i-,941,261
1,143,940J
E timRatGd
liet Return
All iDr.n'e 3
iiarvested
and Used.
flet Value
;5,&57,319 ;
2,129,3'0J
6,842,686
I,246,125
14 C5 12.
S,',-6S9,419-
3,053 ,? 59
6,035,.21
4,214,941
9,126,658
8,625,3S6


- tini te r.l
Co01na1u .i3d t )

Fl- rida.
r *Cp X
1,122 ,0;O0

1,35.6,u.:0.:1
4"y..:.1._(0



',475, .'C,
2:475 a:0 C
1,654 ,OOC
Lsci atd .
',ros; Fob
R'l turis
F. il '..-Boat
Ship n-its.
Gross 'ialue
i.22,77J,5.34
17,358,624
21,206,6753
20,524,7-'9
26, 53,5 52
6, ,4 51 ,50 7
28,085,575
.', 7 6,124
"23,845,970
27, 074,020
25 .O5, 7.3


1ii .t).ouI


F.Z t i ;..a red.
F l ricid.
F rodut' t ic.n
Utiliced.
Tiota eoxcs
ic ,548,937
1l. ,'64 ,6 5 ,i
16 ,170 ,",
15,59,03.5
15,364,5 8
1 -,4 -,788
4 ,.8302,86
?. 0 l,_,,.*8 7
*;5,064 ,7 2
26,752,089
20, 273,41'
LEtj rI.t-:t
Grass Return
;-.ll Oranges S,
Harvestud T
And Used.
','ro s 2 r alue LiE
'26 ,455 ,.41
20,446,424
25,75' ,210
26,052,066
,3,34g-,,52
44,97.?,7,7.8
7.4,5?-9,559
9 9,87,'098
33,5 63,8 15
42,442 109
32,746,762


J '--*






FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT SHIP;,.E1TS. VALUATIOlNS, AND OT1UR DATA FO


w 7 p ................................................ ........... .........


Records Total Portion With No. Total Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated
Estimates Carloads Carlosds Rail Haul, Rail-& Trucked(3) Canned (3) Consumed (3) Florida
Season Reported Shipped Shipped Boat, out of in in Production
GRAPE- Sh4ipped. B7 Rail. By Boat. Shipments Florida. Florida. Florida. Utilized.
PRUIT. Carloads Ctrs Carloads Boqes Boxes Boxes Boxes Tot-l Boxes
93%r 20,315 17,865 2,450 7,8?1,313 897,940 950,171 782,000 10,431,424
1972433"' 19,639 15,293 4 ,346 7,266,430 980,500 .2,750,000 922,700 11,925,63C,
1953-34 17,514 11,340 3,174 6,981,91 .- 684,000 2,605,964 841,320 11,;113,200
1934-35 19,218 10,418 8,800 7,577,053 1,187,011 5,603,996 875,000 15,243,060
1935-36 15,196 8,858 0,358 5,956,067 1,028,000 3,760,000 730,000 11,504,067
1936-37 23,786 16,142 7, 644. 9 2,8 59 1,233,630 6,685,327 800,000 18,121,786
1937-38 16,952 11,511 5,441 6,602,063 1,233,600 5,703,097 750,000 14,378,760
1938-9 25,047 17,051 7,996 9,84,986 1,472,277 8,395,348 950,000 23,0)50,835
1939-40 12,974 9,160 3,814 5 10,591 1,000,00': 8,800,274 740,000 15,650,865
1940-41 19,962 14,478 5,484 7,956,475 1,50-,600 13,70 ,9536 1,000,000 24,387,041
Average L-,U60 13.210 5,b51 7,444 .975 Il132,653 5.31s.514 844.702 15.56,0-66
Records Cost of Cost of -'Estin.rtd Estimsted(}) istim.ated 3sti-.ated Estimatcd Estlimated
and Es- Produc- Picking, Gross. Fob Net Returns l !et !!et r-etur- All Gross Fob Gross Return
timates tion(2) Hauling, Returns to Growers. Return(1) Grapefruit R.cturns All GrapefruitP
Season. before Packing, Florilda Rail h ooat RailBo-At H r.':ct.d Rail & Boat Harvested 0
GRAPE- Picked. Selling. Points. Shirm.nts. Shipments. and Used. Shipmernts. rand Used.
FRUIT Per BoxBoPe. t Valu. r Boxlue ro Vu Nt Vlue ros lu. Gro Value.
1951 2 .4 .85 1.5 2 .255 .1 1 ,955,32`. 2,012,557 "r l,731,70 $.13,522,967
1932-33 .58 -.85 1.16 -.07 508,650 -1,285,321 8,429,05? 10,170,789
1933-.5-i .39 .83 1.51 .29 2,024,756 2,591,790 10 ,542,693 13,296,632
193,-35 .37 .84 1.29. .0 606,16-4 199,84.7 9,77.4,397 13,409,984
1935-36 .39 .87 1.87. .61 3,621,001 5,269,861 11, 10.',4-15 15,936,845
1936-37 .30 .83 1.48 .35 3,273,500 4,4-48,605 13,842,231 19,731,121
1937-38 .36 .82 1.53 .35 J 2,310,722 2,613,485 10,101,156 15,063,803
1930-39 .30 .74 1.04 zero zro -2,099,526 10,238,785 14, 88,400
1939-40 .4'0 .92 1.42 .20 1,022,120 146,121 7,257,052 12,289,942
1940-41 .35 .74 1.21 .12 954,777 514,241 9,3 627 ,335 17,335,152
10-Yr.Ave. .3520- .822B. 1.379* .205 3 1,525 .994 1.309.096 10.264 1.51' 14,544.564
NOTES: (1) llet return after deducting for cdat of production which includes fertilizer, spray mater-
ials, cultivating, spraying, puning, etc., Dut before deducting taxes, nt,:vest,depreciatiun .(2)Cost
of production figures added to net rTturns to grower will show "orn tree" averie price for rail and
boit -hipments. (3) Estimated figures for "trucked-out" and gained 3toc'--: re well c.sed for List 8
years. Truck sh:iprrients for 1935-37 include ; intrastate truck shipments. Figure for consumedmd in
Florida" stock are rough.estimates based on supply, price, population, etc.
Minus sign indicates lst Loss. Woighted Average. -


R 10 YEARS.





FLORIDA T.'IGERIIIE SHIPi-ElITS, V.,LUkTIOilSr, iL' OTHER DATA FPOR 10 iT-Ahj.


eeordcs '1'ot1
s t irW-te 3 "(' a SiV1 A3,
eason Reported
UI- Shipped.
ERINES Carlcodat
951-32 3,195
932-33 '3,282
?,3-54 3,999
934-35 3,676
935-36 3,9J74
D05,6-37 5,83L
937-58 4,396
938-39 6,3235
39 -40 4 ,051
940-41 4,515


Por'ticn
Carloads
Shipped
By Rail.
Cars
3,Q077?
2., 49
2,657
? ,199
2,549
4,046
3,098
-1,502
3,515
3,449


Yith 11o.
Rail Haul,
Sl-i pped
B7 Bost.
Carlo'ses
118
533
1,341
1,477
1'425
1,839

1.821
7064
-,064


Total
Rail &L

SBip-ents.
F. 'xes
1,188,707
1,181,520
1,501,411
1,461,049
1,581,397
2,288,234
1,709 973
2,553,332
1 6B2C ,345
1.791.824


Lstimat-d
Trucked t )
out of
Flor id .
oxy.es
141,100
175,680
243,000
267,706
C-32 ,"000J
430,400C
298,000
478,541
437,200
434. 300


vnrage 4,329 3,564 1,165 1,687,779 315,843
peords Cost-of Cost of EstimAtcd Estimated(1) Es-tirated b tiated


rid Es- Produe- Picking,
inmates tion(2) Hauling,
bason before Packing,
NN- Picked. Selling.
(RIlEE..Por Box.Per 8ox.
)ji Sjj .34 75- $1,25&
?3S- .56-- *-1 .'6
P33134 -. .56 1.05
034;35 .55 .95
35-5 .55 1. 10
136- 37 .50 1.15
37-138 .52 1.16
38 -9 .45 .95
391-40 50 1.06
...0.41. .50 1.08


.53* O..082*


Gro33ss Fob
Returns
Florida
Points.
Per Box.
1 .* 05

1.80
1.66
2.00
1.45
1.86
1.341
2.00
1.68


1,.6935-


tiet Returns
to Groviera
Railiborit
Shipments.,
Per Box.

-.50 -
.19
.16

-.20O
.18
-.06
.44
.10


.081-.:-


- ie t
Retturn il)
Rail &Boat
Shiiment".
Ilet Value.
," .i. 59,435
- 354,456
285,268 .
233 ,768

457,646
307 795
153,20'0 D
712,952
179.182


136.659


li-t Return All
Tan-.w gr.r lines
Harvested-d
and Used.
ilIt Value.
$ 73,2 90
-281,513
574,535
409,965
863,889
-553,726.
320,975
-242,431
.045,972.
219.216


234.512


Estimated
Ca, ned(ri2)
in
Flori-la.
Boxes
ai) C',
0 -


- C .
5.> ti



a "


272,568 2,274,190
.Estimats -t: Estimated
. (ros3 Fob Groj3 Return t
R.- turns All Tangeriines;
R,.i lBoa t Hi, rv. s ted r c
Shipn.ents. and Use-d.
ir'ss Voliie.Or,:.ss Value. r
$ 2,456,849 $7,13,0,49 .
1,1 77,768 1,999,238
2, 702,540 3, 352,340
S,4125,341 ,0.5,702
2,162,794 53, )02,794
3,317,939 4,127,899
S3,180,550 ,831,990
3.,421,465 4,291,453 -
-,240,690 4,411,Z70
Z.010.264 4.415.434


- 2.857.619


3.613.215


mi.) N ib n' a .f.'.t."deducting for cost of production" hW'ich includes: fertilizerr, sprayy
Isls, curfthg, sprhying, pruning, etc., but before d6ducting for taxe3, ii]torest,, and'
iateion. .:;) iCost of production fig.ires added to net returns to grower will show "On Tree"
95: pr-ice for rail and boat shipments. (3) Estimated figures for 'trucked-out" are "11i based
Wi: 8 years. Truck shpmentaiii for 1935-37 include intrastate truck shipments. Figur's for .
Uned in Floridai:"hMIe-in' ,,ar,,,,dgh evhites based 6on supply, price, popduitidn, "of c.
sign indicates Net Loss, WVighted average.


Estirr.ted
Consi--nedi- ( )
in,
FloridA.
Boxe
136,0) :
162,000
247,6E80
275,0'00
2 80,000
300,100
2 0C', OC'0
25E, 000
350,000
C20. ,000,
E25,000


Es t i mat-d
Fl-.rida
Pro.:d'uicti.-:
Utilized.
TLotal o1 ee
1,465,807
1,519,200
1,932,091
2,003,755

3,' 18,634
2,257,973
.,38 1,873
,2 57 ,545
2.751.624


13 65 2,3 31 3 61 21





................ ..........


FLORIDA TOTAL CITRUS SHIPMENTS, VALUATIOI!S, AND OTHER LATA FOR 10 YEARS.
Records Total Portion With Ho. Total Estimated Estimated Estimated Estimated
Estimates Carloads Carloads Rail Haul, Rail & Trucked(3) Cinnod(3) Consumed(3) Florida
Season Reported Shipped Shipped Boat out of iin in Production
ALL Shipped. By Rail. By Boat. Shipments. Florida. Florida. Florida. Utilized.
CITRUS Carloads Cars Carloads Boxes boxes Boxes Boxes Total Boxes
1931-52 40,235 44,996 4,239 18,914,165 2,525,520 066,533 2 040,000 2. ,446,218
1932-33 55,501 44,456 11,045 1 0,176,750 3,010,180 2,800,000 2,422,700 28,409,630
-1933-34 53,311 32,2880 21,023 20,684,890 3,249,000 2,667,397 2,475,000 29,276,287
1934-35 51,107 27,460 23,647 20,132 ,561 .4,346,.360 5,781,933 2,575,000 32,835,854
1935-36 48,916 28,790 20,126 19,232,052 3,770,000 3,000,00'0 2,560,000 29,462,052
1936-57 66,879 43,1570 23,309 25,221,696 4,274,000 7, 05,512 2,800,000 40,601-,208
1937-38 67,400 -i5,067 21,542 26,317,533 4,973 ,000 6,843,496 2,800,000 40,939,629
1938-39 87,067 58,933 28,134 33:,027,076 7,126,559 9 ,52,037 3,300,000 56,447,995
1939-40 55,310 41,761 13,549 21,449,504 5,813,200 12 ?,970,40 2,740,000 *22,973 112
1940-41 67,072 49,329 17,743 26,358,127 7,720,400 17,81 ,227 4 ,000 ,O 55,890,754
'Average 60,181 41,745 19,436 23,361,435 4,680,882 7,063,45-1 2,771,270 3, ,128,274
Records Cost of Cost of Estinmated Estinatcdi(1) Lstinatc- Estcima ted E;tiLm.tocd Latima ted
and Es- Produc- Picking, Gross Fob lNit Rcturns iict ilet Return Gro.s Fob -rcr32 Return
tl:r.atea tlon(2) Hauling, Returns to CGra.ers Return (1) All Citrus R.-:tirns All Citrus
Season Before Pncl.ing, Florida R'il ].:Boat Ra il. Boot Harvest d Ri l:'bo.a.t H-rvesvtued
ALL Picked. Selling. Points. Shipments. Shipment. and Used. 3Shin pnts. :and Used.
CITRUS r ox P Box Por Box Pc r- Box: l:Ht I Vilue lct ,lu', Cr'oss Vllue Gros3 Value
1931-32 $0.53 70.92 $ 1.95 .0.50 ;. 9,4i2,872 110,913 166 .36,948,353 42,,691,957
1922-33 .45 .90 1.36 .01- 30, 774 562,466 217,465,-41 32,616,-51
1933-34 .44 .87 1.65 .33 7,022 ,618 10,009,011 .3,51,906 .2 ,'01 ,191
1934-35 .43 .88 1.63 .32 6,387,160 8,855,935 32,7,4-:67 42,797,752
1935-3 .44 .94 2.1 .. ... 76 14,717,619 20 211, 899 41,206,711 53,13, 191
1936-37 .37 .92 2.04 .75 19,583,5417 24,579,292 53,611,677 68,838,758
1937-38 .38 .88 1.57 .30- 8,020,166 8,988,41 .11,370,281 53,285,352
1038-39 .34 .82 1.31 .15 5,229,990 3,69.3,314 4.: ,4-C ,374 56 ,0-. ,931
1939-40 .42 .90 1.60 .28 0,003,437 5,01-1,792 34 ,51,71u 50,35,1D7
1940-41 .39 .B 1.51 .27 7,113,479 8,831,635 39,711,619 04,192,695
lu-Yr.Av-. .102" .893* 1.654: -3590 8,382,966 10,168,0J53 3 33,6'7,804 50,90L.,541
1IOTES: (1) liet return after deducting for cost of production which include fulrtilizer, spray
materials, cultivating, spraying, pruning,ctc., but before deducting tnxos, interest,dcpr.:citicn.
(2) Cost of production figures added to not returns to grower will shov. "On *jree" avecracg price for
.rail and briat shipiments. (3j Eatirmated figures for "trucked-out" and canned atoc.k ar,:: ae.ll based
for last 8 yo-irs. Truck. shipmanits for 1935-37 include intristate tru..k shipme-nts. Figures for
consumedd in Florida" stock are rough estimates based on supply, price, population, etc.
Minus sign indicate-s lrot Loss. -;. Weighted Av:rago.





I:AIL Ctd~LCi 3JIIP~Er:T3 FN'~I'L FLOKIDA. BY 00111 IGDITILT &s IU'R 194')--'1 rLAru'


page Ib for


Boat anid L.C.L. Express. an.- pF.r[e 1l


Beana(in cl.Linman: -
Broccoli : :
Cabbage
Cauliflower : :
CoGlr" : :
Corn ,'Grfen:
Cuc iumbers
Eggplant
Escarole
Gieens
Lettuce
Peas, r n : :
Pepper s
Potatoes
Sweet Potatoes
Tomatoes : :
Niked' Vegetables
TNPE GEI'ABLES .
.IIUGTHTRUS &.YES: 2:
F'Im-ITS & VEGS: 4:.


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............... The-.: e "rail. slibhmonts are for freight shipments only .3nd do not I':cludo rail e13o3ss
ship Ei16s N' l6er 'do they include straight cars i6f-atravtborriesi by, express .'hicn aro
in lnded .under:,, "Pick-up-Express1" in this report. (See page 151
Ptck-up-Express carload equivalent in 1940-41 were as foll ow.: Bari3 45, Strcawbtcrries
I..Mixed Citrus 1169, Mixed Vegetables 396, a total of 1,657 carloads.

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("ee


,700 :'

2,256 :
4
3,63 :


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5 :
35 :
80 :
647
3,306 :

,,679 :
1 3545 :
4,574
27,607 :
','7,768 :


ifor to't i .:'f Ra; 1, Boat and L.C.L. ixpiess Shipments)
C i-OiJuLi :' ug.:S cr t : uct Ilov' .: Dec.: -an.:. Feb.: Fib r. :Al.ril: 1 iSy : .um e:Jul,: Ib.L :
0range3 : : : 569: 33 *5 : 3462:' 5'1.: 72.-: ,47.v, : '003: ,-61': t13: 1'A ': s7,034 :
Grapefruit : 2: 1170: 1043,: 12': 197 : 1.56..: 1766: 1529: 1.647: 19: .3: 1: ,1.
Tangerines : : : : 32 -: 937 615: 27.3: 19: 1: : : : 2,171
i.jixod Citrus : : : 75: 6.7: 1452: 1434: .903: 739: 501: E.65: 200: 36: 7?0 :
TOTLJW .CITRUS : *: 1820: 5712: 71.1: 7954: 5280: 63.,'-: 55: -1 :..L.'': 2641: 5'79: .3160 :
Cantalo pes : -: : : : : : : : : :
Stra'.'berries : : : : : : : : 1: : : : 4
iJt rmr el.ns : .2: : : : : : : : : 22: 1450,') 504: &,0C'3, :
'',l'.nTL u tI4L-Ci' U '. : : : : : :
FliUITS =: I.25LO?!7 : --: : : : i: : : ..: 1 : -:: :03 .4


F -, 1....4


RAIL O.RLOT SHIPr.ENTS FRlI'i FL,_KID. BY COi,2DITi jS ,'D i,;-':!THS


9519:10660:






BOAT SHIPMENTS (Carlot Equivalent) FROM -FLORIDA PORTS IN DOMESTIC TRADE FOR 1940-.11 SEASON!.
(See notes at bottom of pare)

Qfl0ODITY :Auag.a:ept: Octj.. .Jov.: Dec.: Jan.: Fob.: 14ar.:April: ..lay : June:July: TOTAL :
OrE"ges : 3: 56: 926:'1212: 1788: 1669: 1550: 1494: 1719: 673: 99: 11,189 :
Grapefruit : : : 136: 43-: 524: a52: 794: 932: 901: 776: 131: 2: 5,431
Tangerines : : : : 70: 225: 34: 275: 98: 11: : : : 1,063:
Mied... itr s : : : 1: : 2: 3: 2: 2: : : : : 10 :
TbtalT'itrus : 3: : 195: 1429: 1933: 3027: 2740: 2582: 2406: 2."95: 804: 101: -I7,74 :
Beanarincl.Limas): : : : 31: -5: 41: 10: 5: 4: 7: : : 154 :
Cabbage : : : : : : 1: 3: : 2: 8: : : 14 :
Celer : : : : : 1: 19: 21: 25: .14: 32: 6: : 148
Cucumbers : : : : 15: : : : : 1: 20: 4: : 40 :
Eggplant : : : 3: 3: 2: : : 2: 19: 6: : 35:
Peas, Groen : : : : : : 1: : : : : : : 1 :
Peppers : : : : 16: 13: 26: 15: 26: 17: 34: 11: : 163
Potntoes : : : : : 1: 15: 74: 129: 172: 477: 30: 8'8 :
Tomatoes : : : : : 6: : 5 : : : : 1
Mixed Veg3tables : : : : 6: 12: 17: 16: 9: : 23: 7: 1: 103
Total Vceetables : : : : 71: 97: 126: 1S22: 1.4: 254: 60: 6 1: 1 I69 :
'JhA;.D TOTAL : 3: :. 193 1500: 2060: 3155: 2 8t2: 2774,: 2660: 3115: 86.: 102: is,o12-:

PICK-UP-EXPRES.S SHIFIEIITS FROM FLOOR IDA .bA'TIT.) FOR 1940-41 SEAS'Ai.
:Aug.:Sept: Oct.: Nov.: Dec.: Jrn.: Feb.: Lr.:%r'.pril: :a.- : June:Jul0y: 'TOItL :
Mixed Citrus : : :11: 359: 189: 179: 109: 139: 57: 25: ii: 1,160 :
Str-awbrries : : : : : 4: 7: 27: 6: : : :. 47
Beans(izLcl.Lifmras): : : : : : : : : 3: 42: 45 :
Mi ..z.d Vegetables : 6: : : 6: 47: 44: 40: 56: 54: 63: 49:. 31: 396 :
TOtUIL FR., & VLGS : : : 17: 410: 236: 226: 282: 2002 102:- 74: 42: 1,6571--
4iOTES: Boat shipments show domestic coastuiso shipments .hiich 1ad no Florida. rail.hitul to, Florida
ports. Any comrnodi tios which had in initial rail ha ul to port are includ-d in rail ship-
ment figures. 1000-1300 carloads of potat.oeos ar hauled by rail 3.ach year front Hasting3 s'--ctifn
to Jacksonvillo for boat shipments.
Exports in light volume frrom Florida ports arc not includrol in the above boat z hi prm-nt
figure s.
Pick-up-Expross shipinontj nean those express shipment. which arc picl:.od up at various
stations in Florida and assembled in Jacksonvillo- for carlot or carlot equivalent :hipm,-r.t. Some
a.trawborrios.aro shipped in small exprc.a lots but most of the strawberry cars ri'.ported nbo'vo
wcrc straight cars by express frbam original -hipping point. Air express car hold narowud 400
cratcs-36 pints, vihilo a freight. car hold around .3G4 crates.





CARLOT SHIP1MENTS (RAI L,BOATEXPRESS) ALL FLORIDA FRUITS AND VEGETABLES BY MONTHS FOR SEASON1401
CO1Q',ODITY :Aupr.:Sept; Oct.: Nov.: Dec., Jan.: Feb.: Mar.,LApil: M : June: July: TOTAL:
-Ora-ngag- 3: :625: 4385: 4692: 5700: 4407: 5425: 4497: 5336: 2795: 408: 38,273
Grapefruit : 2: :1314: 1476: 1006: 2825: 2157: 2698: 2430: 24123: 150: 35: 17,616
Tangerines : : : 393: 1162: 999: 551: 117: 12: 3,234
Mixed Citrus : : : 74; B98: 1793: 1626: 1084: 940O: 640: 622: 225: 47: 7 949 )
TOTAL CITRULS : : 2013t 71562: 9453:11150: 81199: 9180: 7579: B381: ;5470: 60 67, 072:
Cataloupes. : : : : : : : : : : 2: 2 :
3trawberriezs : : ; : : 5 3: 7: 2: 7: : : : "5
Wa tormelJon s : 2: 22: 4500: 504: 5,028
TOTAL NON1%-CITRUIS-:: : : : : :::
FRUITS & EOS:2: 5: *: 3, 7: 29, 7 ": 22: 1500: 506: 3,6OB:
Beans(incl.Limas): .? :203: 893: 603. 360: --8: -78: 519: 307: 31: 6: 2,99
Broccoli : : : : 1: : 4 :I: 5:
Cabbage : : : 2: 61: 263: 2,13: 623: -855: 222: 1: 2,270:
SGatif lower : : .: : .3: -1: : .: : : :: 4 :
COlory :. : : :396: 1040: 1091: 1702: 2372: 1765). 471: : ,837
Corn, G reen : t : : : : : : : : 2: 2:
Cucum -bers : 19*. 158: 8: 3: :3 -11: 669: O: : 1,021:
Eggplant :* Z. 3 2: 2: 411: 16:. 71 YI:
EscPX0l : : .. 61-.1 125: 02: 34: 98: 121: 30: 573:
Greens d .1 : 5:o
Lott aoe B : 63:4 52: "8: 9. 9 18: 2: :235:
Poas,0 Gen 2' .53: : : 8- 1: 10: 5:al
Popper 9: 1'1: 9 : 69 7: 5 : 37: 112. 25: 15:
potato: 62: : 05: 37 : 0 : 58 : 29 : 8 : 1: 4,0

To 'it X- 19' 5 : '111 33 : 10,: 112: 16 2. ,6 ,9





5 014-7T iS & 1 8:nc :o 241:nin 171 ine 2 6',. 04 2, 7: 7,o G, 7 15 12 : 579b 5 53:
777 -7e 1 9:l -: t-7 1 < 1 +Xr
its, T1gh 189: 1, 0,uL- 15603 3265: 103
urecinhdcrstanents See agt sA1ht freigt chir ent of sqah rad o and posil om.
Wt~n of a -%rooader aj: lhe, Uo 16 Terc i Wa's'hont : 17















%Wat erm3lons r s
Avocados :
Limos -
Other--Fruits -.- ...... :
T'TAL Mi.SC. FRITS. :
Beans : c
Limas :
Cabbage :
Celery :.
Corn 0
Cucumbers :
Eggplant :
Escarole :
Lettuce
Peas,English
Poppers :
Potatoe 3
TomatoS : *
Bunch3d Vegs. -
Butter Beans : 0
Okra : "
Squash :
Field Peas :
Othlr Vegetable a
TOTAL YVE(ETABtLES
VECJS & MISC. FRUITS :
ALL FRUITS &.c VI-lS


.0 g 11:
* o 41:

-4'.
: 154:
4-'

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0 0
: 45:
: o: 40:
: s -, :C



: = : LOL:


: : 48:
0 L:

: : LCL:
LC L:

: : LCL:
: : 294
342:
996:


47: 35:
10. .3.5

.: .136:
7.1: 003:
LCL: 22:
12: 116:
51:

122: 20:
76: 42:
14: 40:
1: 22:
16: 62:
84: 134:
12: 45:
165: 416:
1: 6:
LCL:
5: 3:
56: 4?:
1:
13: 64:
1311: 2004:
1366: '140:
3566: 6007:


19:




32:
2718:
218:
LcL:
4:
4-1:
44:
-14:

36:3
139:

552:
6:

1:
12:

71:


23159:
2514:
5700':


7: LCL: LCL: LCL:. L'CL:
LCL: LCL.: 10: 26: 5':
: : : E CCL: 34:
203:- a290: S.30: 81: 500l:
513: 53: 905: 626: 20 :
.'9: 18: 30: 89: 128:
3-18: :.. 757: 237: 6:
238: '*1. : 382: 2,52: 60:
LCL: L'L: LCL: 45: 163:
: : 18G: 762: 49:
39: .o: 41: 98: 11:
2-: 40: 2 : 1 : :
:? : 67: 72: 5: :
7 : ;8:: 4': 2: :
143: 162: 141: 279: 311:
101: 005: 213: 354: 12:
$96: 525: 251: 1256: 627:
0: 23: 16 4: LCL:
: : : 15: 4'
.': .': 105: 21 : 47:
1: : : 10?: 110

38: 139: 5: 6:
2045: 2b1l: 32 6: 434S: 1'77:
2248: 2001: 3r29: 4 i29' : 6.7
4718: 55,13: 5i: 6004: 336c:


u'.'" :
LCL:
t13:
.7:

187:




LCL:


LCL:

43:
3:
LCL:


16:

W L:
C12:


6 :
150 :.
130
41
2 ,370 :
5,140 :
5330:





203 :
232 :
221
1,445 :
1,068 :
3,988 :
66 :
5S :
aS, :
560 :
15 :
437
20,041' :


NOTES: -Shipmcnt .&-n packages, pounds dozens. or units wrcrc converted to carlots as follows:
.-Citrus 400, strawborrios 410, watcrmrlons 1000, avocados and limcs 600, other fruits 500,
bcsan 550, limas 500, cibbago 25000 lbs., celery 365, corn 2000 do:., cucumbers 450, eggplant 470,
escarolc 450, lottuc- 550, E.pcas 580, pcppers 480, potatoes 550, tomatoes 500, dun.vog3.2000 do:.,
butter beans, oklra, squash, field [c.au and other vegs. 500. L.C.L. mo-ano "l:3as than carload".


299: 113712







CARLOT SHIP:.E1ITS(RalLtBIaTEXPRESS & TRUCK) ALL FRUITS AID VEGETAELtS BY 1401IiHS F'uR SEAS.)II 19'0-41
COliTOl'iY :Au,.:Sept: Oct.: lieo .: Dec.: Jan.: Feb.: Mar.:Aprii: Ma i : Jiune: July: TOTAL -:
Orm 'ges : : : 1018: 6075: 7731: 8072: 6157: 7342: 5399: 6466: 3411: 408: 52,583 :
Grapefruit '2: 1575: -1846: 2180: .5404: 2691: 3350: 5035: 2B66: 557: 5: 21,515 :
Tawngi- rines : 53.: 1616: 1228: 737: 190: 17 .- .:- : : 4, :
Mixed Citrus : : : 74: '83: 179: 1626: .1084: 940:- :640: 622: 25: 47: 7,4
'iOThL CITRUS : 5: : .G67: 9.52:13320:14.536:106C69:1182: 3561: -956: 4195: 4,.:,. 86j373
Strmiberries : : : :113 : 103: 146: 2'): 19: ?.30: 55: icl : 1 ,1
1..termel.na : : 24 : : 5.0 : 1:' 6,004 :
Misol. Fruits : : : 48: 53: 33: 22: 7:1l : 10: E6: : 2 : 2 :
Total ITon-Citrus : 2: : 48: 55: 141: 163: 210: 31': 310: 102: 540(,: 693: 7,451
Beans(incl. Lias): : : 357: 1624: 1525: 1171: 610: .634: 1262: 1019: 17.9: : 6,84 :
Cabbage : 14: 179: 541: .591.; 11G. 1612: 45': 3: 4,56 :
Celery -: : : : 47: 1258: 1379: 2143: 2754: 1397: 540: : .),518 :
Corn, Green : 2: 5:I :lcl :cl :1c1 : 45: 163:Ic :" Z21 :
Cucumbers : -64: 280: 28: 7: 5: 5: 320: 1451: 79:lc : 2,217
Eggplant : : 40: 79: 45: 46: 39: 30: 43: 13': 147: *9: 657
Escarole :: : 78: 174: 136: 538: 138: 143: 49: : : 77
Lettuce : : : : 9: 5: 85: 77: 106: 00: 7: 7:c : 467 :
Peas, English : : : : 2 : 115: 44: *2: 48: 45: 2: : : 302
Peppers : 13: 225: 226: 208: 180: 215: 178: '91: 55G: 63: 2, 255
Potatoes : : : : 12: 107: 41-1: 47-: 913: 802: 2452: 94: 4: 5,272
Tomatoes : : :1cl : 359: 1013: 993: 7.3': 429: 36: 2 918: 873:1c1 : 7,680
Mixed or !iscl. : 6: : 1i: 200: 383: 341: 322': 451: 466: 658: 583: 95: 3,508 :
- otal Vegetables : .6: : 535: 2902: -1335: 5245: 4495: 6256: 3078:11548: 3032: 189: 46,625:
To6tl Veg S&on-Cit 8: : 583: 2957: -1476: 5413: 4705: 6575: 8389 11G51: 8452: : 82: 54,i76:
ALL FRUITTS & VEGS: 13: : 3230:12303:17'706:19749:15374:18397:1794c0:21607:12627: 1372: 140,449


Freight shipments:
L.C.L-. Exprcsso:


Sec paig 14.
,uC. pigo 15.


Boat shipments: See page 15.
Rail,Boat & Exprc-~o: Sec page 16.
Truck shipments: Soc prgc 17.






.i EQUIVALENT SHIPMENTS OF FLORIDA FRUITS A!ND VEGETABLES BY RAIL,BOAT,L.C .L.EXPRESS FOR 10 TYARS.
: 1931-5 :1932-33:1933-34:1934-35:1935-36:1936-37:1937-38:198-39: 1939-40:1940-41:Average


Oranges (a) : 19,94: 26,963: 27,348: 24,911: 26,06: 32,644: 40,928: 49,376: 33,809:e58,273: 32,031 :
Grapefruit 17,670: 17,123: 15,130: .17,218: 12,974: 20,916: 15,956: 21,282: 10,644:017,616: 16,452
Tangerines : 2,754: 3,030: 2,885: 2,628: 2,932: 4,543: 3,277: 4,636: 2,631:e 3,234: 3,255
Mixed4-Citrus : 86,17: 8,38 : 7,948: 6,350: 6,944: 8,776: 9,248: 11,773: 8,226:e 7,949: 8,442
TOT.AL.CITRUS : 49,2.35 55501: 53,311: 51,107: 48,9.16 66,879: 67,409:- 87,067: 55,310: 67,u72: 6018 :
Cantaloupes : 1.: -: -: -: 1: -: -: -: 2
Grapes : 5: 4: -: 1: -: -: -: -: ..-- -: -: 1 :
Pors 1: -: -: 6: 8: 2: -: -: -: 1 :
Strawberries : 1,760: 2,084: 1,830: 1,363: 1,082: 1,271: 924: 919: 223: 51: 1,151
Watei.e lonc : 5,346: 4,241: 3,86?: 5,833: .3,880: 4,235: 6,704: 3,423: 4,.95: 5,023: 4,756
OTI-R FRUITS-*: 7,125: 6,329: 5,b'2: 7,2u0: 4,977: 5,513: 7,630: 4 ,-42: 5,216: ,,8b1: 5b 911
Beans & Lizmas: 6,941: 7,868: 9,327: 6,399: 5,411: 6,139: 6,044: 5,17: 1.,197: 2,899: 5,9.3 :
Broccoli : -: -: -: -: -:. -: -: -: -: 5:
Cabbage : 1,521: 2,873: 3,336: 2,196: 1,917: 1,530: 1 C,342: .1,060: 4,2 50: 2,270: 2,488 :
Carrots : 3: 3: -: 5: -: 1: -: -: -: 1 :
Cauliflower : -: -: -: -: 3: -: : -: -: 4: 1 :
Celery : 7,931: 6,987: 8,343: 7,251: 7,,80: 9,090: 8,500: /,031: 7,896: 8,837: 8,044
Corn,Green : 110: 8: 150: 238: 146: 5.: 4: 32 22: 2: 89
Cucumbers : 678: 553: 828: 305: 836:. 544: 1,443: 695: 1,165: 1,021: 888
Egczplant : 286: 342: 273: 180: 223: 240: 276: 302: 11: 71: 221
E-carole : 426: 608: 827: 527: 615: 798: 818: 318: 883: 573: 688
Green : 28: 29: 57: 121: 56: 44: 44: 3: 7: 5: 39 :
Lettuce (b) : 440: 465: 420: 316: 324: 321: 360: 23: 371 .35:' 349
Poas,Green : 146: 331: 745: 486: 727: 414: 666 167 270: 81: 405:
Peppers : 2,006: 2,382: 1,608: 1,424: 1,981: 1,876: ,482: 1,826: 757: 310: 1,715
Potatoes : 2,605: 4,034: 5,705: 3,932 :. ,985: 6,770: 7,420: 5,441: 6,292: 4,204: 5,0 39
Swt'.Potatoes : 100: 43: 33: 88: 67: - 55: 23. S9: 18: 22: :
Tomatoes : 6,284: 6,201: 7,697: 7,175: 6,044: 5,630: 11,681:. 8,774: 5,256: 3,692: 6,843
Turnip.,BEets: 3: -: 1: 1 -: 2: -: -: -: -: 1 :
;.iixed Vo-s(c): 5,506: 4,417: 4,171: 5,634: 3,62? : 4,067: 4,346: 3,405: ,96: 1,b5 3,501
TOTAL VEGS(d): "33.16:. 37.216: 3,521: 34.868: 33,542: 57,573: 47,503: 6,741: 32 ,'.00: 26,584: 5G,G29 :
1iON-CIT.&VEGS: 40.141: 43,545: 4.,215: 42,068: 38,519: 43,086: 55,133: 41,083: 37,616: 31,665: .42,20 :
ALL PR.TSa&VDS 89,376: 99,046:1U02524: 93,175: 87,435:109,965:1'2,542:lcl160: 92,926: 9875 7:102 387 :
11OTES: *--Total of non-citrus fruits. (a) includoc Satsumas. (b) Romainc incluItcd In Lcttucc.
(c) Includos miscl. (d; Straight cars of squash aind Radish.s not included in totil" shipments.
(c) Includoc light cars: Oranges 2,008; Grapcfruit 473.; Tarngcrincs 54; .ixa.o Ci Ltrs 789.
Total 4,124.


pjjjjjjjjjjJjpp- 0 . .. . . ........ ............... .....
............


;






FLORIDA CHIPI.EIITS BY VaRIOUS f[ELJS OF TRA'iSPORTATIOI FOR THREE SLASOCIS
(These figures have been revised and rearranged and may not agree or seatm to.
agree ',ith some previous tabulations. The totals are substantially the sumie).


S.. -PreigJit .. : Lxp.rcs : Bc.at
Coirmnodi-ty -: 1956-39: 199-40:-1940-41: 1938-30: 19.39-40: 1940-41: fS-8-39: 1939-40- :-l.t41: ..
,r*flges l31,065, 248a12..: 27,084.: -. : 1B,311 : *8997 11,189 -.
Grapefruit : 15,290 : 6,852.: 12,135 : '.',92: 3,812 :- ",461. .
Tangerines : 2,817 : 1,896 : 2,1i71 : : : 1,819,:.- -75.: -1,063 ..
ldixed Citrus -: 11,073. 7: ,249 6,770 : 68: 972 : 1,10 : 1 : 5 : 1U :
Total Citrus : 58,245 : 40,789 : 4, 160 : 688 : 972 : 1,169 : 28,154 : 13,549 : 17,745
Strawberries : 686. :. 43 : 4 : .233 : 10 : 47 : : : -
AWatermelons : 3,406 : 4,99.7 : 5,0 : : : : 17 :. 16 .: -
'1 3Cisl. Fruit : : : 2 : : : : : : :
-Total lIon-Citrus z 4,092 : 5,040 : 5,034 : 233 : 180 : 47 : 17 : 16 : :
*Beafts : 4,4-1. : 2,910 : 2,700 : 44 : 76 : 45 : 662 : 211 : 154
.Limas : : : : : : : : : :
.Cabb.ige : 1,610 : 4,236 : 2,256 : : : : 0 : 1 : 14
Celer- : 7,69'6 :. 7 ,769 : 3,630 : : : : 35 : .117 : 148 :
:Corn, Green : 32 : 22 2 : : : -
Cucumbers : 809 : 1,153: 981: -: : -: 86 : 2: 40 : .
Eggplant :- 23 : -: 36: -: : : 27? 11: 35 : r
Escarole : 16 : 882 573 : -: "- : : 2 1 : : 0
Lettuce : 23 :. 371 : 235 : -: : : : -
Peas, English : 16 :. 270 : 30 : : : : 1 : -: 1
..Pepp a.-r... .... .. : 719 : 516 : 647 : : : 1,107 : .241 : 16.) :
Potatoes - 3,767 : 5,116 : 3,306 : : -. : -: l.374 1,176 : 808:
Tomatoes : 8,660 : 5,222 : 3,679 -: :- 114 : 4-'. 13:
.Mixed or 'IAsol. : 2,710 : 1,452 : 1,390 : 550 : 388 : 396 : 175 : 171 :- 103
Total Vegetables : 31,692 :" 29,921 24,574. : 534 : 464 : 441 : .,455 : 2,015 : 1,569:
.Tat al Ve-s&4Non-ag 35.78-' : '3961 : 29,608 : 827 : 64.1 : .3S : 1.47: !.Ub : 1,b :
Mtd1| i & Vegs;Ali -9..40.29 t7. j50. 77,768 : 1,515 : 1,616 : 1,657 : 32,606 : 15,580 : 19,312 1-
-OQThS: 1958-59,;1939- a d 1940-41 figures were actual truck inspection records at Road Guard ...
8~4tions for an"eight t6 nine months period for .vegetables, strawberries, and inclon-, and covered
95-97 per cent of the total passing. Citrus was checked for nine to ton months period and covered
.97-99 per cent qf the mowemenit.
W4 where no-figuresBare shown for -a- commodity it indicates that the shipments, if any, were
iuded-in mixed or imi'. Sellaneous and -that Linias. were inoluad. with aBeaff . .. -












Oranges. : 12,939
Grapefruit 3,681
Tangerines 1,196
Mixed Citrus : -
Total Citrus : 17,816
Strawberries : 1,393 :
W, torme lon3 : 989:
Miscl. Pruits : 284
Total Non-Citrus : 2,666
Beana : 5,202
Lima : 723 :
Ca bbag.. : 2,486
Celery 684 :
Corn, Groen : '109
Cucumbers : 786
Eggplant : 616
Escarole :
Lottucc 104
Pcas, English : 205
Poppers : 1,116 :
Potatoes : 42
Toatos : 5,213 :
Hiixed or Miscl. : 1,078
Total Vcge tables : 19,414 :
Total Vegs&1lon-CIT:" 22,080
Fruits &. Vcgs:All ; 39,896


-, -Z L
2,546
1,105

1-4,799
1,228
823
425
2,47G
4,635 5
585
-:,959
1,260
393
1,269
294
257
204
262
931
1,289
3,635
1,554
21,359
23,815
38,614


14,315
3,899 :
1,087

19,301 :
1,073
976 :
321
2,370
5,149
356
2,290 :
1,681 :
219
1,196
586
203
232
221
1,-445
1,068 :
3,988
1,.-19 :
20,0411
22,411 :
.1,712 :


62,315 : .144,957 :
2.1,963 : 13,190 :
5,832 : 3,736
11,773 : 6,226
10'4,8853 : 70,109
2,312 : 1,451
,412 : 5,8536
284 : 425 :
7,008 : 7,712:
1,t3Z9 : 7,852 :
72. : 535 :
*,116 : 9,21 :
8,715 9 ,1416
411 421 *
1,681 2,-1454 :
918 305
818 1,10 :
37 : 575
.82 : 538 *:
,972 : 1,68 :
6,085 : ,'581 :-
11,0L7 8,891 :
1,513 : 3,560 :
56,155 53,7-9"
o5,165 : 61 ,451 :
168l,0-6 : 131,56 :


52,588 :
21,515
-1,321
719!9 :
66,73 :
1,124 :
6,004
323 :
7,451 :


,5 8 :
10,518 :
221 :
2,217 '
657 : :
770 :
467
302 :
2,255 :
5,272
7,680
3,308 :
-6,25 :

1 0 4 .;-9 :


IOT'ES: The Yulee Roed Guard Station located on U.S.17 at the St.ilarys River, w'.uch is the
Florida-Goorgia boundary line at this point, 13 b7 far the mcst important of the
eight Stations. Of the total truci:od-out volume, approximately 50 ,per cent of the
citrLs and 65 per cent of the total vegetables, strawb.;rrie3 and wat.:rma-lonz- go
through this Insper.ction station.







Fage ACiCA'JE Sin'ARY

F:.r manyv ears vfi hase curried federal truck cror information in our annual
r porr.. Wi"e'have expanded it this yvar as the result of receiving much more
de Ailed lrLfornatiron from H. A. tarrks and Chas. Tounsend, Agricultural Statistic ians,
i.T.J. Agrioultural Ifiarketing Scrvice, in Orlondo, Florida. Official acreage do not
include plantingsa .-. loss sthai one acre. We'expended considerable effort ir.
arrange ing th information int) tabulatins3 suitable for- our report. W7a ilsr took
:,Tme ib-rties and addei -:.ne unofficial acroacg figures in son: of the t.,bulations
shvmin. c:mFlate, a?roage estimates. Trihre are nr olfidial cacrcjage- figures f;r t
iarrc Fumrnbr of v.g.jtables of consid-:.rablc importonco such as squash, wrc:.n corn,
:.cliflo.er, rrdishos, tplnoLh, flId peas, buttorbeans, okra, broccoli, bunchod
v.,-tnbl,.i and sre others. 31c frr as e trnowv there as never boon an official
.r'a :Ztir at':' f:'r citrus by counties. Thcre has not bs.-n, s'1 far 3as we rn-o;, no
..-r:og est iLteO for ALscoll, beou fruitz such as r.vocEds, limcs, penrS, Grapos
u.aVU3s,fi,-, paras'miins and *:thers b:,- counticu und mn did not attempt it. Jo did,
h. :.:7vr, mal.. stLimrtes of the production fhr thoo riscollnr-ncus fruit: and
incluo-. ti u r in our .o.stur,.t's of total Florida production and gross wi7rluo. You
'ill find trhe c:nplote ar.formaticn cr, pages 5: end 57. In thoso tabulation, you
.vill finr there: ,'car acrca,-e producti:..n figures to agro:, with 3atnMat-d volumcs w3
v",v I hown'L in Lour last thrco anr.nu..l reports. ffo, of course, studied official
ocr a Ec \.,nd yield rpcr.ts but took considzr'blc frrccdom in ra:rinrg our ornm stimatos
oird r,:, wllinn ta tak.: full responsibility' fr th, figures and a&rgu with any
;no 'bi:ut them. Wo migJ.t thus b-e nl.;o to pick up scm... no.v information which we
nlway; sO k.
Total State Aarcar-o
DU '-dill not:, L.:o p-.g-3 62 aid .65 that w show t'l'Lt lrc-rid- hal 5689,103 amres
,lr.nt:.d t) fruits anl v.gLtblOS,not including scram miscolloinous fruits,and this
latter group :,'ld .i;accunt for rmro thrn iL.uu acros. It seems s.fo to ahow
6jU,000 ir-z planted in frult: .,ud v-or..t -b.I. B:-rint citrus trees r.c.unted for
4*"',5 acrce, v,cotr.bles for 176 t5,, cotntailupGs, stran'borrias and isatr.r-'lons
for -;,'.00 and niscullunc.us fruits for the r',-raindcr, or around 11,00O. Thia nast
figure oculd ba ralood without much Lrg,. ont in spito Lf' the T'at thr': rn:', lime,
lem--.n, 'An ave-oc'.jd tro.sz hcvt b3on killed during past faor y.rs. Some v7..;table
acreage is narvuctod t.oj or .ore tirrLs during trnI s's:'oon and tha a.cres ero counted
for :-ce: harvest ,and inoreo- of thlrc, beinr 176,- t acoros th,.ro ma h,.',3 b)on less
than 125,000 Sir.-s u3od for v,3tablos. h.c [r,:d uctivo nacroo cf citrus is fairly
stbl: ,r;th incro-uss whcn ncw asrcc.gE c-nmcs into prcduotion, rnd docr-asos -hen
bearing n are aE, C'is fro-z .n :r -.th.ruiso d str2y-'i. Th, production of M.o st troops
incr; s uith I.go all othcr factors DermiAtting.
Polk C .ont: hd 22,192 cre: cf l'ruit- eC'nd vegatrntl. or nearl,- 16 per aunt
of th: total in l.0.-l41 s.csrn. Pnlr. Beach mrs next with L10,955 acres, but in
f'vornble 7oAtAtlr rr.:(-win1F icascris the tzt-tl is around q OLO Fner'js. Oranrq was
r b.r it. +,57t, Lnkr ni::, with ,.21 acres. Dade wns fifth with 27,852, but
in n-irmnl l'oars Dado htr- -.round 1,uDr nc, as. Dade .lr has larre acreagos of limes,
av,:o :as, and nlacollni u: tropical fruits not included in this r.'crf o tabulation.
Briw.rd had 2 ,612 n.r.s, J.Qnrt. lt ,-., Vo-lu:i 7 062, I.'ri.ar: 17,0 L, and
St. Luciae 17,1'9.
F.,lm -..:! vith i7,12. 'rcr-.s lod in v-.rstabl arcres fr f 19-741 season
:.llo .-i b, Erowird 'ith 2 ,900, Dado l,t225, Sr. JfhnIs B,750, Manatoo 8,1759
S.ar.olc 6.,925, Alnehua 6,0)"0, tid lrien with 5,035.
Hill sb-rough, bradford, ilardiLo and P:.11L wrro thn leading counties an
straw-berry acrca,-.
Sa'.'nne, Luke, Alachu-, r.nd Gilchrist wrn lading.' c-unti. in oitornc"lo-i
F:lk :: a1.it. 47,l2 o-rl.c loe in rctal prduccion averaged uv'.-r a throo year
p..-rid, follo red by Orrln,:c with 17,200, Lak-a 11,039, Palm Booch 13,695, So.ninole
10.150, an- lwo r tth 6 )03.
'ol1 1C.u with total rss vuc1w- of X20,013,000 fallowcd by Oraneo fB,9uO,00C,
Pr-r ooc;h J7,89u u0J, Lak Dt5,650,500, oLiniial'j S5,176,.'00, Tiadr Z L40,uOO, aM
Broirard with *5,L55,5ui.
'./c have gir3n you t g.-.:J inar" tLmiIto n In this report rather than havo it
Ireo-:-pl-it'. ;A-y people plLce o lot of innfid-once in any estinatos arid th:y should
aS ri have ah, a blc: *f c:-d ilf;oranatil.n and ronty years of oxporianca in Floridc.
fruit and Poe.otbltts. Jo'put ac lot of to ,-lit boi)id our .stimatoB.





FLORIDIa L .G.iABLE, SiiAT;_iC:i: ACVD AtA?';R:SLO ACPEAGE PaGe 2.
'-- 5, L;\,ii' fI i^ Ut0 .'7l"_- S EASu. '
(Frepared fron l'ta suD tlea by i.L icL'fson, .Jr., Ariculturil
Statistic ian a.d Fe'lerAl Truck Crop' Lstirntor for Florida)
193 -59 19 -LO 19L0-L 1
Fall Win. Sor. Total: Fall Win. Total: Flil ';in. 7hr. Total:


Limaes
Cabbage
Celery
Cucumbers
Eggplant
Le tc.e,Boston
Feas, &,Iglish
Peppers
Potatoes
ToIdNoes
Total Vegs.
Strawberries
.aternelons
Grand rotal




Total Vega.
Strawberries
"a tere I or,-
Grand Totsl


tomatoes
rotal Vega.


Limas
Cusumoers
gggplant
Faepper:
Potatoes
Total Vegs.

rfaterm Ions







Grad Total
trawerlonse






Cwqewbers
Eggplant
Peppers
Potato e
Tomatoes
Total Veas.
fatetrmen lons
Ge.md Total



AY
Fpt atoes
Strawberries
Gr.mnd Tot-al




Tomatoes
I, Total Vogs


-'50 0 ko C0 -
25 C 5 20


- : 0 0 20: -



S550

5 2 25 2 : -
30u 50: *



50 50: -. -
100 200 60: 100 300 o00: 10o
25. 25: -. -

fl ;00 Z7: 009, -03 155, 25


NOTEis Acreage for this corTnodity is not shown separatoly, by fc. 1 winter rnid spring.
k ..... EE


T


W


100 600 70J': 200 6C0 300: 200C
* t0 ,.,: : .r,',-

S 1150 1110: 33 10:
50 100 12): 50 25 75: 10o:
l1:: 10': -
150 15'' 50 250
S* 1500 1200c:
10 60: 20' 5 200: 7-
Z 000 ? L ',5: "JL'
0 o *



100 100 200: 13 100 200: 10i0
153: 50:
- 200 2: 00 2300:
1 ,0 1(0 u' --: *' o-L', ":"
1L6o: $ 93: -
" "' "" 1" "^ T7": Tlo

5 50 -
O 2 0'-u 1'7 0 7 0: 100
To7 C 6 Q 1: I .00 O: 7 '0

1200 15500 50C. 17200 250: 35)X 2000 12500 L0)'),
* 0 00

O- 13 .: 50 D: -
100 10 1000 10CO: -
S * : 00:
a-- C 2,0O el 2 0 22 ." 100


00 1000:
1 550:
100:
100 100:
1000 1000:
10 200:
50:
200:
,'. 200:
S1200:
S 200 200:
000;



150o 250:
1 20 DO:
200 200:

1000:







15505' 2000 09 :
100 100:








100 o100:
50 50:
2500 2507:















-100:








-- -4
500;

S--. *.0
















-00:

IbO -- -







FLARIDA VS S-^ CZ,6! BPEAGE Y CrOLITIXS FKR 3 :J3 (Cont'd).
195,-59 19LO-LU. 1910-1-
Fa11 I a Sr T..c Lt. FL. Ui..L l 1 Lot L Ll 3I_ Srr Ital1
t4r on: a 10 200 2

,s 10 25' 10. 2 : 200 71 2. 200 2700;
Limms a%: 10a 100:
tm, 100: 200. 2O00
~b'lnt *- 0 s',m 25 25:
L uet r b 7F: 150:
FPottoe. 0 00: tOO : -000:
oal ,. ( c3 e-.



Otr,, a : -.
L-ttu.*: -1 :3ti
R "t or 200' 250
S.a t c -: 0- -_ _

.Otrandl itVEc ,l


* 75~0:
* 2L6.y' ,


* 20.:, *
20')'~i *


'600 L0,1: 400 00:00
* 100: 4 0 c 100: *


- 2210: *


10, 10'3 200: t1 10') 20j: 10'0
100 : 10' ,:


S300:
* uO':)


.* 0:

- LO, 4t00
* 100:


* 2800:


1- IC 2001


* 00


rEE ,,: ho50 5
COnl rs '3, 70') 10: 800 SO0 IcOG: 80I 0 00 1400:
Eggplant 0 0 250: 1 : 15a 2R 15:
Fetprcrs (u0 50 55C0 325 J 2"5 15
Paoatoes 100: :50: *

Tom l W r A L 5: r 2 t r r L
Strvnberrf: z* 7 ': 7":' -
Gra~nd ,,tA T n"-" LdOJ'J.-575:


S 100 20C .600: 200 200' ,: 200 200 .:
Cabbare 300: 0: *
Cu:. r rs 100 00l 10 100: 100 100 a:
Lettace, cebrrg -t t -- 2,

.atrmelons Ai:....
Grand- Total uu O n 1V) l7 lcO 210


,Aitcrrrme lons




Caibba.:-


Nrtt rz.'' lo .ns


j






FORIDA VEGTALE,.

Fall
HERLANiDO
Beans
Eggplant 50
Pep ars -
Strawberries
Grand Total ~75


HIG0lJDS
Beans
Limas
Senplant
Lettuce Ic-.berj
Total Vegs.
Strawberries
Grand Total
HILLSBOROUGH
Beans
Cabb ge
Cuouamers
Segplant
Peppers
Potatoes
Tamatoea
Total Vegs.
Strawberries
Natermelons
Grand Total

elor.s


Cuoumbers
Eggpla lnt
Peppers
Potatoes
Tomatoc:
Total VeCs.
Strawberries
Grand Tot.al

nueumbers
Waterzmelons


Page 25
iTPrffiER~Y '~ VIATLRT.W!L!! ACRFLKCE W/ C.MTfl~I~S F'P ; SKASG:.s h'Thnt'd:


195.-59 19_-hr0 1?h0-Ll
din. pr. Total: Fall '1in. Spr. Total: Fall 7;i. .3pr. roal:


100 100- -

T' r,
- T.



100 200 L.00: 1i
S 100:
25 5: -




1 lu1Cd : 100u
100:
550 550 -
150 5
on0 140 -_
___ u l?,3 E:
,uO :
4200:
Lb'Ju 77 10: 175

100:

100100 2: 50

S 'c :c -
2; M -


2 :- .)


- 10) 10:
* ~* ?/M:o-


250 20:
- J: -
= - .: -
-- 7 -^;; -^


00: 10'c






50:
2 5 53: -



t.) r0 -
-5 CZ: 25

S 50T -5

,0 .ro0 -
7 1., *=1


3*00:


100 250: 100
100: 100
25 2 3:
25 2 : 100
S lOu -

24: -
m5 TT72;: -S"


- 100 100: -


100 100:
,- 0 20:





200 100 LO0:
100:
25 25=




1000 1000:
50:
LOO La00
50 50:
800 6Se:
200








100 10'.) 300:
1001
-I






100 100:
5000:


'Watermelons 6C:

1,C' 10C0:

G bsrs 100 100:
L e,Iceberg -
Total Vega.
7faternimlons 3 K Q
GOSiiW Total I -uu

s 150:

RN 3oaer s 00 00: iC
plant '00 150 93 u
PI drers 300 DO0: cC
Des 650:
|.bes "" .",r
eturaelons
L rTa total T5W L O O: T77


* 750:

100 100:
* yjO:
- 100 100:








0 50 0
0 OO :

* : -
-- 750:~u T


700;

- O 200:
S 500:
100 100:





150:

00 100 500:
0 -200 500:
0 U0 00
" S 850o
^ ~~ W J9m.









,Tn -pFA Tf PlF -l:Tk .ER;i, ;. uA rI RELOf AC2 BpY COi'JAli E3 FOR SEASCUS icr.t'dL


1939 -Lo0


LE t r I
Vie trrrc Ici.


191 .0-1l


ai h sr T.-ot.al: Eall IEi j.j .Ilal:s Eall --i Bar- TaU.-


-I_'- I


. 3'-O


500:


b L n s i Z,





b', t,r.s
Tatal V6-.,' e'j








Aopp t r m I.'



P itr.t ,-
Pctoro.a .c
5rnr, T't' a l C.,IL
3r 71.d 7-t T










Lim T .
LOt':,s *



eggplant 20
Tom'to3 -


TEctor Vl.-=.,
Letet VE *n I:
rA t x_, I0 C r G
gtr or. io -'-.







Grarnd Dotl ,


Lim.-:







C, tbe.' *.
Cu cu.-rb -
E'pa t -, c,
Tomrtol; "
T.-tal V 7A'



lVAH 7 1 i
B f.n -mr, i
L ,i,.>


= 25 4 '.: 10' 300 ,0o : 1,,0 20, 500:
-U 1 ': -

S1 0c:. l' '.:, 1__
- EU 1-; 13 7 170: L50 550 Tho:

.- C, 1X0 ': 1,000:

-: 1',:, ,'C : 1i' 100:
p OO:

: c .,' : 5 0- 150:
*,* : 100:
s 0:, -0 120:
2 l C' IL Q :
C* ic : .:'* 10o





7,0 li' I' 1 "0'U -0 -2:,0' 0'a OJD 2000:
5 1 ,, ;: 1 2 0u 0 : 1 0 IO0i
,,u:: DO: 100l
.u ic : ,'u, O.D -",. 305:
L-', ,-, - ,Jo 6c:. iu 1000
& 1 2 300'
.1,:. 1 l0c; -C 00
S i : I :

S l,,' '* uI'':,L *. i100:


-1 0 : 00
0- C". '" I'."'. - O 10'- 15C 250:
7 l - .771- -
1 '- 1 0 20'






0 207 : u: 15 00:


.- -5 : 1 ,0 O: '- -


L


591 0-59





PD V A7E
FLORIDA V,GZTTAP.LE. S7rA',UJd' ; ':ILXLJ"' ACFD..-E K' CrIJ11TI2S FDDR ; SrA30S:$ !C.:ntS'd.


FPall


0..ILGE
Beans 200C
Cabbago
C'aumcer -
Egpl ant .I'
Es arolc
Lettuec,Bozt3r,
Lottucc,Icebr -
Feppera 500
Tomatoes
Totf.1 '.d; S 5
Strawbcrr ca
W.aternmlon I
Grand Total 77


Cabbage
Peppers ,c,,
Fotatoes
Total VI;a 3:
StraiberricE
Grand Iotal


' 0
'il-l:.
-=
24-
4o:



-:;



" :


50: 50
1 : -
1,00 9''00 200'
-' .
To' :
T7 = T11 T


20. ":'



7 77
5W :
,'J


500 lou
5.:' luu

5') 1T5


200 250' 50:
800
75 75 150:
10jC' 1000:
dO 20:

%' :

-i; -y,, 156


?^? ~ l*5 ,^517"


100: -
8 30: ,0

Z : -


50 50:
l.o 700:

9c.


nsa1, l000 125,0 58 -l,5.0.o -.0
Lizas P1,",: &
Cabbc e 22,0:
Colery L.') 200 c'3: -
Eggplent i, i00' 2-j: 7r,
Escaro 90:
Lettuce,Bozton 10.:
Lottuc.e, I c.he-g --
Pe 3, English L6.0:
Fc ppcrs 00' 500 I' )*. 0: .
Po atos *' l
Tormat oc3 1% .,, 51 R : '
Total V:.-3. 1lE5Mu iTj 13-0 53, 71: ;'


8j.J'J 1100i '0 27.,0:12000 1000.0 8 ,' 5000-:
1"'. 300:
5:, lcj-: 1Leo 50 1970:
2 100' IC' 100.
S1;,o ,' 500:
9: 50:
l 'I'', : !:
j50 .I) 80-' 1,JJ 500 10c' 700:
', 1 ,.' : 3iC :


Strawberries
Waternalons _
Grand Total

Struawbrr icr
s OL
Cabbac
OCueounrs
Lettue ,Boston
Poppors 2c
Potatoes
Tomatoes
Total 'Jos. &
StrH rtbrr 12
Vftrnelore1 a
Grand Tctnl
PUTBUAM
Boarins
Cabbage
Colory
Cue rb-rs
Pot at.cs _
Tot-al Vegs.
Watcrmrrolons _
S Grand Totinl

Iiiaarfeln


- hO 1':"::
* C,,).
* 7~r
1'.".J AJn


1 0C. l iJ:
1 .- :

5 5u
25 0:

r I ,
10'3 :^

b,,:


100' 100 -
S1050:
- 35 35: -
- -' T^ *:-0


SC':

iu'' O~t.':


10J 1I,'

50 50C
125 1 C


1'0)0:


* 15* u. :


- 75 5:


100 1000;
0 50:


100 100:
- 50 50

15'.' 15:







1000.

200 200:


10.':


S .' t''lpr. I.:,til Fal 1 l.) 2 r. Tc.to l; F;ll .L. '. otal1









FLORIDA ,V.-ABL. STPA.!PI:FRY '.'ATEFMELO ACiA2GZ ; C' 70TIE3 FOR 3EAJ3C1'S [Cont'd),


i Asui
.Eabbag *
Ccl er-,'
Cu:.,nl5er s 100
rie:,Ejnli h
pelrr; 100O

rotale Ve3. u.
Strawberries
,crand 1:.tal 70



Col er-
Eggrplint ,25
Esc&rol-?
Lettuze,Boston *
Lettuce ,Ic-b-rg
Pepper 2rz
F3tst c.:
Total Vec:. 35

ST. J,',-IS
Beans
Cat.br.&e
Fot rtc es
Total V.:fg.


ST, LTICIE
.3ERns
Linea
Cabt age
Cucumbers
Fea3 ,Enrisa
Pepp rs"
Potatoes
Total 'e'gEs.


150
*;
130
-


S V!1 1T"--.
Boar, c IC)
CPrbbae.

I.6ttu ",, Boston *
Lettuce, I bt:-rg -
Feppcr
Tonmatocs
Total V'gs. T-iu
Can tolc uF 's
Strawberries
Vator'c Ions
Grand Total =

Tturmeloorns


15J8-j9 -- s 199-80 -
ML & M 1201: E111 E Arch Issal: FsLl


C'






-75


50:
100o:

.5* 100:





4-'10:
1200 4960:
S 50!
0:


10.c 100:
* 1200:
-" eocj5


-It
- w
1 .)0U


-,:i 275 1215:
150 250:'





5i 3 l@:


300 1I0 ,.D O'D:

3- 1 ,* ,, A :'
* 50:
tL:
25 10') 125



'100 100:
__-.~ ~ ___ 15: fl


100 250" 50 100 1.0: -
S100: '.00: *
50 50
250 00 150 15: 150
C 0 ': 50
25 r 0: 1 : 2 li2 : 5-:

Tp- rP- J T 42: 30 T0o


S 203 500: 100
* 30:C :
- 80,' 00: -
S-5:
- 200 20-: -

* 100:,
* 2 .,
*2u u


- 3 O 100:'
* 00:


LO; O O 9



~- 065 :


* 3cO':


ESans 100 100: 100 100:
Fottc' t3 00 r.* 20 __
rTtl t VEs. T ,,3: 1 O T57 : 7
3travberrn'?s 50: ' 50O:
fftstarirL1ons 1 O': _. _00r1 ____
GrEand Total 7 TOO3 7550 TOC 4 50: -


L'LL.. Spr. lotaL

10:
200 300:.

100:

7t 5:
FI7^Ti?, ^E


w-

*
*

7


102 Ogg
O
iJOG L i50!
50 75:
250:
15:
100:
100 100:
4 -18


5) 50-
1500:



100 100:
500-


-0 1o:


-* 0 2525











1 100:




100 100:


2 200O
T5* 50:


. . .. .










Par- 2c
FLORIDA VFGETL.BLE. 31.A'-riER--Y c X .AiERkTLCH ACRFJ.F, EY COIUITTIS FOR ; 3 CASC' (Co*t'd '..
1953-39 19 5>?-o 190-Li
Fall din. S| a:r. 1 I, t a Lr ral fFil i in.L Srr. Total.
VOtIS A
Beans 103 100: 100 100: 100 100:
Cabbage 200 200: 150:
elery L O: -:
Escarole 2: : 2:
Peppers 5 2: 25 25: 25 2:
Potatoes s 7.flf: 2c)2 25;
Total Vegs. T= -0 5 : I 25 S: Tr 500
Strawberries 25: = *" 25
Watermelons 1* 5: -u O "u

ASHIINGTON
et ermolons 800: 00: 900:
MISCEIIAMEOUS CC'OUITIL3 0
Beans 50 C.:. 200 1i03 W,: 150 150:
Limas 0 O: * 10:
Cabbage .0: - -. 50:
Celery 25 25:
Cuenb.ers 150 1i': 150 50 200: 1 150
Eggplant 15 -
Escarole -: 10: *
Lettuce,Iceberg 70:
Peas,Enl ish 100: .O1 200:
Peppers 50 50 25 127: 75 75: 175 200 375:
Polttoes ,.00: IJ: -
Toma toes I 1V) I -Q:i
Ttal es. 77c0 T7 T5o j75: E23 7' TTo? 333 325 T 710:
Strawberries ... 0:
Watermelons : "-, 4
Grand Tol m5 i 75 T7 Ti c, 5 ; 5:-- 3 75 7

Beans 1 00'J 31000 1000 U4000:150 00 17000 20000 5000:1 )O000 2u.500 17000 02500:
Limas 1480: JO: 7000:
Cabbage 10000: 1600: 100QO:
Celery GO,. 2-'00 7500: 5200 :,00 7500: 5T00 oo3200 00:
Cucumbers 1 000 8C 00 7u00: 1300 DO. O '00 1-'00 7100 9000:
Eggplant 1100 1000 -100: 1000 ,0 iLUo: 100 c95 1895:
Escarolo 1000: 1350. 1000
Lettuae,Boston sO: 00: 500:
Lettuce,Toebcrg 0- 1100: 2000:
Peas,English 5000: 5000: 00
Peppera 2400 2500 2L00 500: 2. 0'. 1 -.00 2100 cc00: 2225 3000 2175 7400
Potatoes 2670,: 2C560 *2 2 200:
Tom toes &12 1 2 '. . '"' '"
Cantaloupes 500: R1O0 5
Strawberries 9000: 7200: 5500:
Watermelons 2 6 __ 2 : _* 5
Grand Total 26100 53100 "300 T39D 3: 240O 29700 55200 1945'):28575 42900 45,170 197645
Note: The foregoing represents tne so-colled "cor-.erc ial" acreage of njst of tlie
im portant vc.Gta-.les and non-: itrus fruits in the State, as reported b- the
U.S. Truck Cr-p reporting :rrtice. It doe-: not include eny plantings of less than
one acre. It liKcvwie du's njt include figures For a largo nwuter or miscellanr.-us
vegetables which the writer carefully restir&at-3s at 10,500 acres. N.on-cltrus fruits
as used here mens cntalouipes, strawberries, 6nd wac:rr.elons.









Pagc 50


Seasn -

192c-27-
1927-29


1 9:tl





1 9- o
19310-2


ACREAGE OF PRIiCIPAL FLORIDA TRUCE CROPS lu SEASONS
Prepared from Infomnation supplied by
J. C. Townsend, Jr., Federal Tru:k Crop Estir.iEtor.


S Beans : Limas a Cabbage Celer:' Cucumbers :
* I aI


Acreage
lo,000
1Y,490
24,750
27,000
5, 600
5000
,500
50,800
05,.00
c8,800
C1,700
0,000
52,000
o03, 500


Acreange :
1
(1 a
1)



1, 00
1 00 ,
gaoo
2,00

7,000
7,000 a


Areagre

,010
2,900
U, 00
5,#00

10,700
9,000

10,000
10.000
10,000


Acreage
5,520
h20
5 ,80
b, b2O
6,0o0



6,000
6 ,530
000
8,000
7, 00
9,103


Acrence
7. 9
9 450
11, 0
12, 100
9,4b50
5,000
,000
,100
,700
,600
,000
,200
68,800


Season
1925-26
1926-27

2--Z
1921-29
1929- 0
1O- 1
1-4i- 2



1940-U
19 -
1v 3
19-8
1 9>- _


Notes: li) Limes were included with msne beans prior to 195'.-54 Season. The
lima figures Ara for trie F rdhool: rr large variety and does not include
acreage of baby limLs or butterboans.


l B.: ston 1 Iceberg : 'English
Er.plarIt a Escarole i Let tuce s Lettuce : Feas a

Season : Acreage : Acreage : Acreane : Acreage : Areage Soason S
1925-26 : 1,020 (2) : 1,co 0 l 1'25-26
192o-27 3 (21 1 0 00 : 1-2o-27 s
127- 1,0 l 100 1,O 127-8 I
12- 1,>o o00 1,503 : 1, 50 1928-29
129-30 : 1, 80 : o: 1,100 12 19-2 0:
1930-1 1,00o : 50 1,600 0 ,00oo 19 0-1
19- a 1,950 00 1,000 a ,00 11 2
192- 2,50 i00 : 950 : .o600 o 2-
1935- : 2.0 0 700 1,100 4 800 :
19 5 1,500 650 : go00 : ) 5000 19- R
1,6 1100 700 50 ) 3,200 1935-
19 7 1,450 : 900 00 6,200 19-7
1937- 8 : ,1300 a 1,000 900 51 u,200 17-
19- 9 ,00 : 1,000. 750 5 : 5,0000 19 -
19 9- 0 f 1,00 o 1 550 1,100 00,0oo00 19 9- 0 :
S -E 1 1,300 : 1,000 a 500 a 000 ;,000 a i19 t- 1s

Notes: (2) Esc-ar:llu acrLage included with lettuco prior to 1927-28 Senson.
1 Big Boston figures Includ, R-,mainn acroagc.
(5 I.ebirg Lettuce, which h:s bean grown in a vTry snall way as for back as
the 1925-26 season, but of comporativel;y small commercial inportanco prior
to 1953-35 soA3son, was included In Big Bcstcn rcruage figures until the
1958-59 season.


.


.


.


.


.









ACR&tCE OF PRIHCIF'AL FL'iF.A Trh:UK CROP 1 SLASO'li (Ccn -t'd)
Pr,,r-c-wed f -r,, :f"rriaticrln srpp iid bv-
J. C. Tovws-'.rd Jr., f'diral Truck Crop Eslin tc.r.


Page 31


7Total
FoppF.r: Pctato-a : ror tos : Veg.-tablos

Season : Ac r-a e Actr ;,.a : Ccr..h'? e : 1.cr-n- c : Soason
1925-26 70 2.-',070 : 20,700 81,1 : 1925-2c.
1926-27 : -,,00 : ,000 o : 2 C'u : 9,.10 : 19C'2-27
1927.-28 : o, 1 0,000 L?, 2O 1.., ,:. : ;,72-28
1928-29 5, 0 2,000 8,700 1:-,, : 192d-29
S9- .,5o 50 1,000 1,2 : 1 ,.000 : 1924--uJ
1j 0-d1 : ,, : ( ,000 : t,30 : 1l O 19:-i-
3 87 *-5 21,00 I 19 1
1a -. : 8,300 1721,5C00:) 2,7900 I1 ,2 : 1'9 I-.2
192-5 8,5000 : 17 ,0., ,900 : 12,1 1 2 P-
770', : ,30 ,) ',0 L U 1; 5070 V1 1
19-o5 : 7d00 ,t ,-00 5,.,- .0 cO : 1 -o S
l921- 600 ,00 700 .j1O 40 1 -26.
19 6- 7 ,O 1 .l,p0 : 5,,700 1.,,o : 19c7-28
1926- 7.Oa C 0,700 : ,O 10C: 177,5 00 : 195S-'-9
1 0-2__ : 7,00 : 2,, 2 : t, 50 I clc-. : 19lO-l






: C 'nt Ilci op s : tra.iberr es : Uiaster Ic.lo s : ra;d Total :

Season : Aragge : AcreBagr rA,':arcs, : /AcrAc e.c r 3.oson
1925-26 600 : 2,30 : 26,1 : 108 0: 1925-26...
1926-27 600:. b'O .i: l'1 uO 19)-287u
1927-25 00 ,jo : ,', 150, 110 : 19-28
198-2 00, ,0 : 1a ., 2.30 i 9 02-2 9
1929-30 ', 8,.0 : L,;C' : 175,100 19??- 0
1930-1 : 25 2,100 i ,00 : 19,u0 :s 1 -9 1
1 1 2 : 0,, 2t,:2, 9.o : 0 .ro, ,o5- 1d
19, : 00 : I, 00 :h0 22,00 : 10a, 50 1'- 3
"i00 : 0, 00 : 1 00 : 18L 9 0 : l' r
S 2 00 : ,~O l 2,000 0'0 i1 -i da
S : 2o00u : ,,oo : 1 U, too .: 1,S 30 1- .
7-700 : 7,Y)0 22 0 212;G, 0 1 t-D i
PN- : 500 ',000 22,610 : 209,0C0. : 0 8-9
,o00 ',,',0 : 2.., ., : 1'.h, 0 :o 19 9- O
o.0 .,530 2, 500o : 190,100 19 ,l
iote. (3) Acreago of canrallc.ueo3 for 1926, 1927, and. 1)23 _e8.sors nt Ikrm.dinteily
available, but is o;tir.Lod tn,'-' -,e. os for 192 r and 1930 seasons.

These orooaru fiiguro di not includeo r unofl'ficiolly eztimatdt IC,,0
ocres of miscollincous .'telr.tbl=s roamrrising: Sq.I'sh 2,r-13, gru:n troc: corn
1,200, turnips- 900, Nold p,'ns S90, ,uo iUflo.-cr 650, carrot 093, collards cOO,
buttcrbeans .OO spinach LC-, rJisl's l,,O b:-ats ,u,, okart 500, nuit&rd 50,
rutabrags 200, broccoli 1,', r.nd others h75. rhi-. miac:' llnon.u; ncrcog;) dAta
is a v'ry rough astimnt-., but mty t,. bettvr than no .:.Zt "-nt at all.









Fag-: -
ACREAGE. YIELD



season Anriage
1,200
19 5-2C' 59,aoo
1 ?,.- 7 7-,800
1.7-^5 6u,700

IFC,-L9 2, 000o


A-Clot harvested, ldue


Season Acr3jagr
r?55- 6 1 ,800
19o-27 ,2 400
9 MOO
SYr AIq : 3,500
7190,-L 7,000


Season .n
1955-536 ,0o:0o
1926-27 a ,r
197-28 9,00
197-89 10, )00
1939-40 16,000
5 Yr At- 10,580
19L0-4t1 o10, O
A-Clot nir? .i3ted, du, t


MAD VALUE OF SZLECIED CCLUODITIES IN FLORIDA FOR 5 SEASO.S.


BEAIIS ,SIAP

Bushol Frodut ion

1 1 65J,000
69 4 3,000

oA.3,000


to e.:ornomL 'ibriandormmert. 'lot included
LIL'AS
Yield
Bu:hols Production
70 126.000
r, 16,000
7 8,00ooo
100 L0,000
70 28-:,000
79 270,.000
LO 280,000


CABBAGE
Yield --
TI'ons Prod, .I t i ,n
0 }0,0''0
b., 51 ,000
C.C 55 000
"2.t oll'00
.0 112,000
5.5 59,020
6.0 L.C0,000
3 el .c-:o ie hbnr mlir;.ht. r.Not included


Price per
Bushel
3 1. 3
1.49
1.17


1.30
1.oO
in 1938-39

Prioe per
Bushel



1.50
1. 0

2.20

Pric.. p.r
Tonr
817.00
lbc.OC
I c.OC.
18.00
18.WC,
17.00
38.90
in 195L3-57


FOB Packed
Total Value
$ 6,50,000
7,01,000
o,41e,000
7,p 000
7,^0, 000
6iLI800
3,t15,000
figures.

FO3 Packed
Total Value
$ 202,000
O 0O0
,000
,000
,7,800
61o,000

1OB Facked
Total Value
612.000
096,00o
978,000
Cr ,000
2,061,000
1,027,400
2,55g,'oo
figures.


Y i,.3 1 .
:i' l2 *:rt3
2653

286

280
273


CLLERY
Produj :t on

1,72 ,000
2, 7,000
2,16,1000
2.27),000
2,03,600o
2,55l,8,0,,i


Fri.:u per FOB Packed Prico
1Y 2/3 crti Total Value Fla.Crates
S2.63 t 4,L8Loo00 3o .56
2.16 4,552,0oo 1o 0
1.62 ,289,o00 .
2.L6 00O 1.
2.57 ,000 1,
2.28 L,710,Loo 1O 7
3.19 8,066,000 .1.91


A-Not har7ested, due to o.-ononic abdiadoneont. Not included in 1937-58 figures.
Floriv, oratc-: ur1: approximately b6 per cent as largo as INY 2/3 crates.

Iaote: Th3 abo7e tatulition prcepard from mat-riil su'pplied by-
U.S. r.gricultural St istic l ns, Criandu, Florida.


Acreegu
S,500
7,500
8,000
7,5,:o
7,500o
7,56u-
9,100









ACRFAC, '- TF.I D F. MMI I VJ.i i OiF EL7C_ 7 Tr-i, o .Ii iir TT IV. IJ


Pago I5
VIA ,i.1rA Fm C SEA 0HtS i Cont'd).


Season





198o-39


A.crenge
5,700
7,ooo
7,000
8,200
o,820)
8,800




Acreage
1,100
1,800
2,100
1,572
1,800


Season A-reage

15 700
1,000

-6 oz tc crat1,550
lir AvE 990

. 4-6 doz lettucQ crates.


CUCUT.LRS


Yield
Bu1hel 1
82
12i


121




i eld
Bushel 3
236
2835
261
2o7
276
180




Crates



Co

531
2.30


Procu-:ct ion

LV,00
0.50,000
1,1 8o000
7L83,600.


E]PPLANT

Produc-tion

705,000
cJsoOOC'
2 :,000
290,000
!5L,200
~ '4,-000


ProlJuction
25 ,C00
7-it,000
`0,000
523,000
280,000


rice per
Bushel

t 1.98
D.02
1.2L
1 .%
1.71
1.75



Price rer

S .85
.79
.76

.87
1.17



Pri:
Crates,
S .60D
1.00
.00
.80
.75
.78
1.50


LE TTUCE


Season






1940-41
".4-6 doz


Acreara


'000
1,300,
2,000,
1,050
2.503
Lettuce crates.


Yield
Crates
270
180


901


Produ:ti ,'n



180,000
i500,030
200,400
225,000


Price por
Cra te
1.2 O
1.:1

1.70
1.50
1.38


Vote: The above tubulation prepared from material supqli-ed by -
U.S. k.gric'-ltural Stat i iciLt'ns, Orl a o, Flor n.


FOB Packed
Total Value
3 928,000
1,101,000
1,053,000
1 539,000
1, 936000
1,232,200
1,858,000



FOB Packed
trtal Value
J 263,000
eT2,000
1,000
7 .000
377,600
578,000



FOB Packed
Total Value
S 207,000
.000

504,000
257,000
364,000


FOB Packed
total Valuo
185,000
l700.
VJ49,000
270,000
012.000
277,200
123,750







Fogu Y:
ACREAGE, YIELD AID VALUE OF SELECTED ,?gOICnI TIES M!: FLORIDA FORP. 5 SsAOIIS (Cont'd).


PEaS. E!!GLISH


Fro luct ion
LC.8,0.)O


AL 'y000)
L0,:00


125,200
JI'0,0,30


Frice p.er FC' Facked
Bushel Total Value
,t 1.00 $ 08,000

1.I =i6,000
1.85 6LS,000


1.50
1.95


52C,006
547,200
409,50o


A- Niot harvested, d.i- t. eC..oFi.: abandorwent. 'o.t i ,cl'dd in 193V-L' figures.


PE?PPRS, GREEII


i'r:,Lduct ion

1 ,7 ,000
i, ,o, 000
2 1,000
2,212,000
1, 590,0 00
1,767,800'
1, 621 ,5.0


Production

a,2 ,000
1 177 ,00:
, i000 '
3,502,0WJ
2,91=,000


Fresh CaCnnini
2,95L,000 521i,OO0
2,7L-,000 j31, GO')

S,25.0.:0 312,O'C0
5,T75,oo00 355.8~:.
2,7o5,000 1G5,0003


Price per
Bushel

1.20
.47
I.
1 .
1. 53


FOB Packed
Total Value


Price per FOB Packed
Bushal Tr.tAl Value


1.0
.9)
1.Ou





Frice per Bu.
rr-ean Canning

. U *.J2 C
1.75 .28
2.4, .28
2,55 .28
2.37 .29
3.10 .28


*; 187,000
2909,000
;, 725000
3,716,000
2,62,'000



FOB Packed
Total"Vhlue

j 0,22&,000



9,032,o00
8,618,000


Note: Thi aibve' tabulation prepared from ri,,terlri suplid b" -
U.3. Agricultural St.tist i iAns, 'rlando, Florljo.


3Ses30


Acreage

(., u0
9, 200
5:,,:00
e.,20'-
5,00'?
=,,000
c ,120
S1,000


Yxuld
Bushels
u2



90

70


:lold
'., Il u d




255

225




"ield.
Busl els


7.50"
6,3;20
7,203




Ac reag

25 '00'
b1 000
1 200
t. 700
27,900 C
26,,200


PO PATOES


Season
1935-365
19:-04

T'r .,v,
1)14-50


Acrceare
;2,u,.0 .
35,700


57,O6J
2&,500


"iola

100
?.6
120
129I
109
11')












ACREAGE YIEL AliD ''ALUiL '**F -ELECTED rA .!k'D1Ti -r Il


L.'.i[LDA fo CR r. SEAS3N6S I Ccl.rnt 1.


CHi T'ALUPF ES


Seas6rn


Acreage


12,0: .
5,,1 ,o'r""

'(l,0.20
31,0,00
,' ;,,000


rrice .',r
Cr&te

2 1.2c
1L

1.10
I.25


FOB Pac.:ed
Tot .l Vblhe

; 1,C000
25,000
98,000
;8,000

37,500


Sield

8 ,00 o 51
7,500 70
. ) 00 D85
S,200 7.J
8,200 c,9
5,500 70


STfw'.BEt-JiIlES
Fr-- r p.r FOB Fa..l:ed 2L pints
Pro action 2~4 qu rt rotal Valuec appro:.
1,'7 L ,10 1 72, OO ? 2.10
,?',O00. L,, -J -,:,,000 2. O
2'- ,OC L.00 2 ,1.,000) 2.00
c. -0', L 1. i 17 ,000 2.08
4,,-,, h.u -, .LL,0,_0 2.3.3
55.. oo3 .5 ,L -.L,L o 2.17
;^,L.0 5.7: 2,1?L,1.O 2.35


* INlow shippd almost e:.:. 1u:sively n L p.t iratcE. The 2.4 qt arat -'as ,orncrly
usad and it is i.ued her' f'or statiat c1.1 purpiozEL.


nc re .;
16,D000
19,500
22,500
22, u:.0
2'1, 500

25,500


i;r lI
in.1-c.rn.'

2;00

310
290
270
270


Pr..:e p.r FOE ?i'.kod
Pr.d',,cti n 1000 rn'plas :iCtul Value


. 490,' 000
5(850000.1
,, ir ,,-U :,c,

c, ., 000
rc.,34,0. 0
5, 95,d 00
6,a55,0,2,O


S. 200 : ,00
Le, 1,310,000
1 C0 ?L5,000
I,:, 37o,000
175, 1,195,000
167 iO.(5.OoO
210 1,445,B50


A- Not hbrvczted, duo tc co,-.ni: c.br, rdonr-.rnt. ilot in liiJe.d in l )1--7 and 1937-28
figures respe.:f-ivelv.


Note: The .bo-v. rrb,.ilation Pr'.[r red frorn r .a':r r 1 '.r-plid hb -
U.S.. Agricult.ur-i Stc biL :ic irn, Orlnidc, Flrid 1.


Season


1936-37



.5 "Yr Avg
19W04-1




Faege 36
FLORIDA FOB PACKED VALUE OF SELECTED VF'ETABLES AND N0iJ-CITRUS FRUJi13 FOR 13 SEASONS.

. sin Beans : Linrs C: ,bbage : Celery : Cucumberr
1926-29 : 5,1L5,0:":) : 7 75,)00 : $ 5,0',,000 ( ?,16,0".0
l.i29--0 ,"' ,0C.0 : : l,.l2,0 5,E0 1 ,000 r)a ,000c
'1930-> I,9,I 21- D'3000 : ,212,000 l,1 ','0B03
.. 1- .2 r: !,000' : t C010 73 .000 : ,00
19 2-, 4 ,0 0,C,,0.f 590,000 : 1,9l0f5, 0 ,000 "
I Q 00 o. C A, 000
1 ,,> 5,00 : 2t,00C2 : c.85,000 2,6,000 o ,000
19 L- 5 ), 67,00.X 2,,0.:" 1,62,L'02 : 63, 0 : 7f, ,600
1' . c .,0,- : 202,00 ...,0 : ,,63 ,000 : 2,,000
1'?o-7 7,0 1,OC.00 : 59,0., 4,,000 .: 4,32,00 1 ,10.00 C
197-3 6, 272,000 : 7,cu,: 973,000 o: ,000 ,1 I 000
i93 6 L1 : 0,0)0 : '0,'00 0- 1 000
. -y, 7,J ,oi ,:o; 42o,o.;.0 o,,co 5,sua ,.'- 3?l ooo
190-L : 8,0,, O:O 016.00: 2,0' 351,000 : ,Oob,5000 1 ,.58,,)O


3eas.:-.n : Eg,;plnt : E'earole : L- ttuce English Peas z Peppe.s
192.5-29 : '3 2,,'000 i 230,000 : 522,000 : l1b,O000 5 2, 72,000
1929-40 4,500 L427,000 0 ,00 L2,000 : 2,c0.,O. :
1i'0->1 -0C.) 200 000 2 7,0I0 : 222,0'000 2,2,000,
19-72 27:,000 2c0,000 : 2c.,'00 : 266,0)0 1: 70,000
19 2- 39,:-c0 :,, 212,000 : 2c9,000 LD,000 1.284,000 :
19- : -,,0,,) 267,000 286,001)0 : 0 .'0 1 ,7 o,000
19?!-25 21,000 3 255, 000 25,-000 20 ,00 1,277,000
1,-2 268,00 : 207,000 : 15,000 : R ,000 1,27.000
'19" 23,,3o : oco,,o : 170,000 : 13,D00 1, ,000
1957-58 ?.,0,000 0 6,0 2.O 14 O 6,000 : 1,000
19, : 1 ,:l, 2 ,000 270,000C, 648000 : 2,71,000
199- 0 ilO1,. :,3uO : bl2,0C.3 520,000 : 2, 151,000
19, O-l1 '37 ,0,00 : j,,OO, : C2 .,0, : El),000 : 2537,000

Total Value
Season a Potatc'es : oato.s : Vegotr blej


L95,C'-'0


5,708,0:0
o., 0-,C'
, ,,00 '.,
., ,,00 d

2.,c728,'00


;8,0 0.000
5, ',00
7,000



12, ,000
8 176,0 jO




S,618,000


*; 3051,00:*
240,1 ,000
21, c&,0C'.0
.50,,,000
2.7 000
2o ?32000
21, .6,000
2c 7c-3,000
S ,95wo.YJ
> ,itOO'j
}&,. @aJ,oooC


S: Total Value :
Season : C.:ntal jps : Strawvb-rri s : Wat:rnolons : All F'ruits*f6 Vegs.:

S -' -,,uC00 5 ,2 ,000 2 .- 8,0W 956,DOo
1930-31 ,,oo 0,,6,0'0 2,m6,Q'J0 8 ,000 :
19 2 -12 l u,.. 2,8 46,,-00 912,000 25, 000
19 2- a 2,.,LC : 2,5 2,.'0 9Q0,0g 19, .000
2195-,, 2,., : 2,C o,.0' 7-9 ,0C 29,192,000 a
19*-y 5 1,CO, 2, .,0... 76,000 27,81 7,'J0
195,-5t 1 ,,C,000 1,,2,,,.' ,e 8t,OO a 29,215,000 ,
9 -7 2 -,,'0 : 2,a 6.,0'0 1,310,000 a 5 00,
19-, : ,0C0 2,175 ,00 : 97 ,u, 0 L.:,L600
-19 L '. .,, .) : 1,1,3, ,,0 : 37,2y` 2 uO
l.9I0-l : ;-a5,c 2,l,.j : 1, 1j5, _o a D51, ooo ,
Nlot-s, Doeos not include. citru'- fruits.
The at.c e tabulations based on inrorn-ation suprli.d by U.S. Agricultural
Statisticians irn Orland:,. Flcrids. The valuato n figures represent the gross
packed value f:.b car or truck at Florida shipFpirn point.





PaFo 37


19-L':,- SLAZOI1
.LCRD,. FRUIT' :.-D VLGCij.SLEZ:
ESTiIL.TEL', l.'III[S ?JD F.CF-,,ES I ER C.J,
(iAlso Carlot Cnr,.-:rsi-nr, Factor Lused for Trucl. Lhlipmrnt. )


Co.nc.dity P sc ka


17.tino-t.-d
Liipgh .
( poun-d's )


'Drtnges 1 35,1- bu wat.j ert
1 ,.' bu I'p c r
Grapefruit 1 I bu zatd crt
1 u '.' ert
tangerines 1/2 box


Strawberries

Vr'.t..rmg.lons


56 pt crt(exrr-:cs 1
(fr.i-nit 1


Bhpns-Srsp bu hari .:r-r
-Lirms

Cabbage I bu haEpFer
Trstern crt
Cele.ry Ltd crC-te
Hi'ard crt
Corn-gre'n Std crt
Cuc'umb'r bu rl-rjper
bu bfrt -
ELgplant bu bnskct
popper crctc
Ezcarol li! bu hamp.-r
Lettuce-


Iceberg
Big Pcston


Feas
ucr:
F ens


recatorn crt
E(rstern cr -t-
1,- bu 'ha., ip-r
bu hunper
bu hamnpor


Peppers by hnmper -1
1-; bu err-t 7
Pot toos IC,,' sk- 101
bu r:rrt.tos 5
bu bask-et c.r0.
Squash bu hrsinpr 146
iomntoos lu- box -.6
st* crts, loroc pr.cl: 55
Couliflowcv r bu crste -1
1I bi crt E9
Radishes bu bnaslnt ,
Bunchod Vcgs .looae
Misceclanocus (variou'j-
Vegetablos contairnors
Avocados various cor..toin:rs
Limes vr4rious ccnt-,incrs,
Cantaloupes std crato
Mis l. Fruits various contr,inorn
9--10-1 Subject to rcvirion .nd correction.


Ra1il
C arl1oad
I.1ninuri
(poun d!






C-. 5
17,0 ) O
12,:-00- 1 ,.00:


2',')""-O
20.. '

20 ,,,:0





2,0,4
21,.:iX


1I' ,5/10 -


U ..', J0.,0





C',000-


7-7c.-o0o


200. c'c'
20,000

20 ,OO'l






2'-)0,3.)


1 in inmu i
'Iunb.r ofl'
PoeCl:c g6s





L07
8005






;- )






LU,'




L'j7


271)


L11




614


,56)



LoS)
I-6


2., 00,)


usE.d ifor
Tru.'k Ship,-rnts
Convcrr ion
Faet .r.rc
Lc'c'
LC'O


h80:

410

I000 melons
5680
100





?:00 dr.-




L70
LO
Lh5-.'


q00
5.8o

hBo



500





500

200J dz:.

COo
'Ies


r'2


m -- H----




Psae 58


FLORIDA STATE CITRUS FRUIT Iii3PEn:rIO:n BY COUNTIES (1)
Sept. 2L,19,0 June 30, 191.
(In to rs of 1-5/5 bushel boxes)


iFreperod irom aat: aupplr0d by Stata Citrus Fruit Inspection Service)
: E 1.imnt dc. :


COUNTIES : GRAPEFRUIT


alachua 2,0514
Br'eard 516,91t,
Broward (2) 10,685
Cltrus 765
rDade 12) 81,628.
DeSoto 2c,704
Duval (2) 103,00)
Hardec 207
Hern.ndo 2,207
Hirghlnd: 237,21c
Hillaborougi (2) 226,211
Indian Rivor 70o,80L
Lake 638,6'49
Lee- 96,018
:n atns: l.o7,068
Harien 55,500
Orange 689,77y
-3Seolu L65,7c6
PIlm Beach (2) 5i4,8a%
Pasco 252,t72
Pinellas o t73,&c5
Polk 5,550,007
Futnam 12,7L5
Saint Johnr: 2,677
Saint Ljcia (2) 7238,52
sarasa 25,7)47
Srinorle 161,258.
Sumtutr 582
Volusia 7)4,91t
OtLor Counti-s -
Factal inspuztions 6,725,162
Total Prou.ctionr, 24,53.7,01


:
;


: :


:
:
i


Ilotea: (I) Inspections only 'for froeiht, bo.t and tru.: movement clrsslfied as
couar, er..cal hlr.n.-nta. Citri ,.,-d fo6r conninL iz not inaludod. Most of tho express
anIr przei post ari r.st -.fI citrus sold from road side or other rutail stands is not
included In 'abc:vo figures. rhot of tro citru: locally, consiunod is not included.
(2) Thsze counties have Ports of shipimrnt *jnd'somo of theso ports:havefpacking
hous.s which pack cnsi.orula fruit iror other ocuntios.:::


ORWAlGES
-Boxrs .
57,858~
65,l?93
82,96?L
6,659
110,950
L57.155
.*27,319
9?,2685
76,115


9535,33
237,159
2,052,0986
65,583





2'l1,2ui.
19,3145
L95,9I6
558,552
o,L65,85.3
155,599
36,9J2
652,755
86,289
978,00,
18,282
597,6L3


22,597,2624
28,752,0839


Por *:ent
: Total :
Pro Jnction,
.2
).6
.L
.1
.8
1.5


: TAUOGERIMNES


1,285
24,117
1,250
1853
5,8977
35,327
38,527
t5,007
o,625
59,576
65,559
61.586;6
61,60)4
185,896
2,30'9
1,2I60
21 ,586
564,167
11,50c3
12,070


60,176
211,2095
21,905
816
6),7c&


55,923
251
dO,059


. 2,283,,95
2,751,6214


TOTAL CITRUS
ini cr, c ed
61,177
973,9u7
101,o06
9,369
19.,655
502,15 W
795,.15
106,1..0
1;7,3.)6
638,0c
1,221 0,?
985.5%7
2,o7b.643
lul ,9!0
255,662
697,719
7,199,019
258,596
116,252
773,828
1,072,1.21
10,807,054
190,045
1.0,555
1,2t5,671
112,05b
1,216,787
19,115
760,598


55,605,899 .
55,8,90,754


1.6
.h
5.9
2.2
3.5
9.7
1.5
2.1
2.5
12.3
.7


2.0
5.7
36.3
.9


2.5
.6
2.2
.5
2.2


O0.,0












1929 -1'

1 10-11
1911-12
1912-13
1915-114
191L-15
1915-1 "
1916-17
1917-18
1913-19
1919-20
1923-21


16'2-2 3
1923-24
1925-2b


1926-27
1927-23
1928-29
1929-30



1930-31
1951-32


19234-35
1953-;&
195/-355
1955-36.
1956-57
1937-3F
1953-529
1959-0o


* Tangerine


RAIL A:iD BOA" SHIF:ElTS
A'EFrA.ES F TAI'PA OFFICE 0:N FACED FTRIT
SEsSOc:s 1909-10 ro 1929-50
jFlorida Citrus Exchange R-pport)


'. 1.3 ?2.5.8 l.'01
1.51 1.9F 2.1.


1 .5 ?.-7 1. -
1.97 .01 1.92
1.6.9 ,. j? .'. 1 1
1.1.7 1.5 1.6."
1.,? 1.89 2.07
1.94 2.07 2.,.'2
5.92 2.72 I.59
5.69 5. 8 8.7'?
4.20 2.cZ ,.h?

2.57 ?.L- .-.-
3. 7 ._. 1 1. 5 7
2,96 2.10 6.5?
1..- 1. 1 L. l1
3.51 1.95 .5
3.5, 2.92 2.85
2.70 2.- --5 .,


1. '' '2.,7 2.91
.22 2.9Q ...3
FLORI'.L SrIEL L.R .Ei'iGi1 E F-'.. '.V r'.GE.L
Gross F.O.:. _loridle per b :.::
11' 1.50. 1.93
2.3 i. 5'.- 2.05.
1.48 1.16 1.42
1.71 1.51 1.8)
1.85 1.29 1l.t
2.5 1- .8i, 2.,'0


2.50
1.5.3


1 .62
1. ar
av-rages ar


1.53

1.142

1.21


1.5
1.86
1.31
2.00
1.68


t'or rtcln straps, or standard boz basis.


Pqag, 39


ALL CIHRU3
1,3 5
1,65
2.21
1.96
1.h
1.42
1.96
2.01


5..

2.65
:.17
2.62
1.82
2.7,'

5.56
2. iL-,8
1- 57
3.90
2.09
3.15



1.86


1.36
1.95


1.65
1.65
2.1.
2.01
1.57
1.51
1.60
1.51






parse 1 B.KAI DESTI1AIIONIS
'OF FLuRIDA CIFRU3J FOk TVIPEE SCASO'NS
>.-At!GES GRAFEFRUIr
DST'!ATI01s 1955-53? 195-h4 19LO-hl 1938-5.9 1959-.-40 1940-41
N'ew York 1,,525 .2 t.,762 5,174 2,767 5,. 0
Bosoton 2,5 1,l29 1.55 1,14 I 7
Philadelpuia 1,790 750 1,2M 881 9l L45
Baltimt re L., c2 25' 108 4b 1
ErdicepFrt 1 4 0 1
I1ew b ven 0 5 19
Hartford c 5 1
Springfield, iass. 21 6 20 2 12
Som=rerv11 a 0 l5 10 a 20
Fortland l- 1 .7 8 6
Provid'enco 6: 11 25 1 "8
Rensaelaer, N.Y. 5 8 8
Jontrea1 l 83 5; 65 59 42
Other arnada 5 I -
Vashington 2 -
Alt-,ona 7' -
Scrantop L2 3 r3 21 o
Other F'enns':y.-ania 1-2 175 2
Other Eastern 75 3 21 o
IlSw Orleans 18 1 5
IjAile (mcstl,' diverted) IcL 1 -
Other Central ia 1 1 -
Export 7- 1'
Total De-tinations 17,5L5 8,772 11,07 7,856 5,758 5,L78
Total Boat Snipped 18,525 ;*,302 11,19) 7,992 5,812 5,.81
TAJiGriIES TOTAL CMRU1S
DES fIVATlC(S 1938-59 1959-40 1910-L1 1958-5' 1959-L0 1940-h1
l:ew York 1 ,2E8 5.5 329 ,97 9,24L 11,521
Boston r 17 Vo 9 5I & 1.) 2, 2,6
nPiladelphia 1Q4 09 111 1 lid 1,1
Ealti.rnore d 50 11 57' 53. 37
3ridFort 1 4 5
IUs' haren c6 6 pL 105 2c9
HIrtford 2 1 2
SpringriLeld,TUies. 10 3 12 0
Soimrerville IV 16 c
Portland 1
Providence 3 1 1 6 16
Rensseiaor, N.Y. 2 71 15 5
Montreal 5 5 V3 1b1 75
Other C.rada 1 --
,ashinirtrn 1 51
Altoon -
Scranton 2 66 17. 7
Other Pn- i'nylania 1 5 219
Other Eastarn 1 2 2 507
New orl-ians t' 5 7 699 305 50
Vobile mostlyy diverted) 12c. -
Other"C'entrai' 7 1 -
Export 965 .
Total Destinationrs 1,-18 735 l,''c3 26,9y9 13,2c5 17,615
Total Boat Shippod 1,319 755 1,065 23,3lf 13,5L9 17,743
NOTES: Truck d.atinetions coior period Sept. 10-June 29 in 1930-39 aesoin,
Sept. ll-1l'y 31 in 1939-l -eason, and O.-c. 11-June 23 irnclusive in
190-'41- season.
Th-:' above tabulotion wa& bc.-ed on infcrmrtiton supplied bV boat lines to
H. F. Wfillsc.n, in charge of, Fed-ral-Stato Citrus !.!urkot ;ie;sa Office in
Lakclard, Florida.










(Supplied by Florida Citrus Inspection Service)


P.O R T

FORT PIERCE
JACKSOIIVILLE
MIIAMI
PAUL. BEACH
PORT EVERGLADES
TAUiFA


GRAPEFRUIT
boxes
1,207,3955
891,2 &.
6,7o2
6,383
2,205
62, Z'Cu


ORAI1GES
Boxes
773,66 3
3, 584 183
.90,612
7,126

256,n72


A'IIGERllIES TOTAL CITRUS
Boxe a Boxes
119,095 2 ,100,153
296,166 4,57 2,:31
LS06 53,578C


1,1 94
1,647
6,'373


CARL
Bo
5,2
11,4
1


14,703
6,627
.26,211


OADS
7.- 3


'PER CE 11 T
4,-41 3.-40 .*8-3?


5 29.7 22.9 2P.4
31 64.6 66.6 60.6
41 ItS 0.9 0.1
,. 0.2 2.0 5.1
17 0.1 0.7 o0.
1il 4.6 7.0 13.4


TOTAL BOXES ALL PORTS '2,1'4,.':. I ,475,7 .7 24 ,3'3 7,076,656 17,691 100 100 100
Carlot .qui-(400 boxes)1 -41. 5440(30.8,) 11,1 (6 ..) 1,062(..) 17, 1
Carlot Equivt,400 b.;.xes)1939'-40 3.53-i (2'7.1;) ", 5(67.2;) '75. .7 17,,4 1 07
Carlot E.uiv(400 boxes)193-9 335)(31.4,.) i6,52Z(62.1,) 1,74..i.5.J) 26,622 .
Ca.rlot Equiv(400 ooxes )197-3:3 563(25.7) 1-.554(-C.3.) 1 ,'75(6.',:) 21,20J


Oranges


EXPORTS FROM FLORIDA
Aug.ust 1,' 1 .!0 -- March 31, 1941
14 carloads. Grape fruit t


1 carload.


Note: Export figures for April, May, June and July 1941 ire not av-d liable, duc to defense ric'sons.

Practically all of the :above. listed exports .-ent to Cubs an-d Britsh iWest Indica.

Shipnonts to Canada ai'r included in oLur domestic rail, boat, and' truck figu.ros.

Shipments to Porto Ri.co (U.S. territory) are classed as coazta-sise rather than export
shipments and are not included in above shipment 3.

WV have no dotailod figures f.:r cxporta of v.gutables, although we a-olow that 36 carlo-ds of
pot.atos miand 25 carloads of other vcgctaolcs were exported from Floridr port in 1940. Soeic
of these carloads of vegetables wcro Florida grown. Most of those vcgctabic exports ',,w.rc
from Port -Evlerglados and Miami.







Fag'a 42


F.ECAPITUL.AiICI 'OF FLORIDA ILITRSTATL TRUCK DISThIBUTION
b SiTATEL. 194,-41. 19n'j-)40. ;a l9.-9 SEASulIS.
(Fron Daily Reports of' Road Uuard Stations).


9L4i0-Ll season Oat 11-June 8:'19:9-60 season Sept 11-June C':19368-39;Sept 12-Jume 29.
CaIrlots on basis 4i00 boxes per 'car)

.ORAIG-E3 GRPEFRRUII TAlIGE CITIES : TOrAL?
Dst mat ion3 : *
by States 19-Lo-: I9L-: r3- 19,4- l 19 19L-- 19 4-: 198--4 1 ?0-:
__ ___ 4]- i' 4o ,1 4o 3? 41 40 : 39 s 1 ;
Gara Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars
Alabama 1,165 890 1,081:* '178 .-126 185: 53 57 82: 1,399
Ariz.:Ona 1 i- -Z -
Arkansas 8 o 77: c 9: L 4: 100
Colorado 1 -
Connecticut 11 13 2 2 1 -
DelaIare a r1 17: 2L 6
List. o:" Coluibia 1 I 1,053 3 25 235 367: 88 6' 2: ,2
G"orsia 5,1( 2,36; 5,22-: 600 510 do5: 108 16I 2 5: ,l2
IIlliois l-c 8 14 4Q 17 13 6 0: 22
Inrdiana 2c7 11 lRd S 20 314 2, 27 16: 51
Iot' i 1- 1 .-- -- 6
hal.sas 9:. . 1 2: ,3 2: 1r
Kentucky 144 100 h:" 21 16 21: 1 8 10: 181d
Louis ianrs b 27 5: 15 2 4: 2 1: l
iaine 1 -:. -l -: -
ia.ryland 52? 514,,. 51': 193 1-0 1T73: 9L 84 103: SUb
Mas sachusetts 1: 1 1: 2 -z 8
.ichigan 12- 101 lll 61 5b 35: 1d 2b 21: 195
hinnesotnI 6 1 10 1 -: 1 -: 1
Mistissippi 15 126 1 1: 11 12 2;- 6 7 1
Missouri 10 11 i ', % J8 11 2 15 6: 150
VIebraska e 2 1 1 -: -,
lDer Jersey L' 370 7 11 10 16: 6 2 3 5
New Mexico 1 1
tMew York l19 2m 9: 193 .. 4 36: 1 3 q 643
North Carolina 1,98e 1,533 1,781, 19 310 ,1: 128 3 817 2,
Ohio 259 18 8 27 17 10:
Oklahona 16 1. L 6 : 10
Pennsylvania 1456 291 e250 139 31 7k3 57 5 13 14 652
Rhode island 2 7 -1"- -: 2
South Carolina 1,172 9 05' 11-. 2 17 229: 7 82 88: 1.380
Tenn-ss e 796 5 . 1 92 1.146: 3 12 7 1,007
Texas 8 o 71 2 6 9: 20 l : 68
Virginria 1.l 1,122 1,249: 510 31b 532: 112 122 17: 2,128
7es Virginia 25 175 195.: 99 t 61 19 19 17 560
.7iscon3in o0 31 7,: 17 3 21 5 90
Ur-known 136 552 -: 3i be -: 6 16 -: 165
Csnada 30 50 3 5: cr 37 55s: 1 L: 95

rorAL Ih,OtL 10,926 12,0L96 3,6;' 2,L496 3,.79: 1,059 1,093 1,163:18,953

Does not include trucL novement wnich did not move out of Florida. Road Guard
Stations are located .t highwva" cro.ring-points along. Sut.7 nrije rivar and St. Lary's
River and ctfecti7.oly cover all citfas truck shipments from Florida East and South
of these rivers. AJ comparatively small volume f citrus is produced beyond these
Ra.d Guard Stations and is mostly consumed in West Florida. Considerable citrus is
trucked from East und South Floridc to West Florida for Florida consumption and is
not included in this tabulation, but is included in hone consumption figures.
Satuma.s and king ranges, in co:np.trativ7lv small vol'rie, is not included. NIo citrus
movinCg out in passdenier z r3 is included, but this volume is relatively light.
The truck movement vWithin the State to Jaeksc.nville,, Hiami, Tamp,and many
smalls.r cities and town' is her v'y, but is included in riorids home consumption
figures on page 8.
NOTE: Thi3 imformrtit ion supplied by' H.F. lWills.:n, Federal-State m.'rket i6ews
Representative in Lakelnd, Florida.


; r. I






! ~VOLUME OF CITRUS FRUIT TRUCKED THROUGH FLORIDA
ROAD GUARD STATIONS
.. .. (Complete Coverago)
SEASON SEPTEMBER 24, 1940 JUlE 30, 10i1
(As supplied by Florida Citruu Inapcction Sorvico)


400

CAR LOAD


HIGHWAY GRAPEFRUIT ORz;GES
Boxc: s B ox,


Fla. 19-US 19


Fla .5A


.5,292


03.5


3, 5821


SIATIO:i FER CE!NT
1' ii -.'-1 1'.j5'- 10 it36-39

i2., 1$..1. 15.0


* 5


ELLAVILLE Fla. -US90

SUWAlNi!EE SPGS FPl. 50

';VITE SPRIiNGS Pla.2-US.Il


HI LLI .RD


Fla.-.-US 1


YULEE


LAKE CITY Fla.82
(Bonson Sp3s)
TOTAL BOFXS3-ALL STATIONS


17 ,8Z.2 8,132 10,317 551 2.9 1 -7,' 7.


.5,12'7 187,147 11,91 7

2'2,670 1,98, 50 76,5- 1


183,607 725,30 2,173

822,,8.-2 2,657,7589 239,007


30,869
1,5,9,503


41,-,824

6,723,127


.4 559
'-'1
flrr,
I.J~.


2.1-i ,-;08 611 3.1 7.1 7.1 .

,.;67,6.C 5,C69 10.0 16.4 16.8 ra


956,110 ?,2-.90 12.4.

3,721,7223 9,04 .I 8.

79, .c 198 1.0

7,720.,539 19,201 100 .


19.8



100


9.5 9.


-19.9


Carlota(.:.00 boxcs)1940'--1 .3,899 14,.15 1,087. 1.,3Ol
Cxrlot2(400 boxos)1939-40 .2,550 11,1:10 1,10. 1-,805
CLrlota(400 oozcs)1938-39 ,600 12,750 1,19 17,515
Varictoisa-Por Ccnt,19-/3-;11 20.2 7.1.2 5.6 100
Varictlos-Pcr Cont,1039-40 17.2 75.3 7.5 100
Varlotica-Pcr Ccnt,1938-39 20.5 72.7 6.8 100
hNOTE IT MAV BE NOTED THAT 19"331 CARLOADS or 400 BOXtS PASSED PolD GUAPD STATIONS MILE *E HA t INTERSTATE DESrINATION rOP ONLY I8953.
312 CARLOADS INCLUDED ABOvE GOING TO tEST rLORIDA Stt rNOT INCLUDED IN INTF4STATE DESTINrlcNS. ITc RCuAINIr.a 3o CARS JAY EPC ASSING5 roP
JUNE Z9 AND 30 MHIC;H ARE NOT INCLUDE IN DEEIINATION. VERY .IGirT SH PMENTS IN JuLY AP[ '1T IrCLUDED IN EITh[ER PASBSIraIl0)RDESTINATIN FIGURES
G ORBIA RANKED FIRST bITH 4122 CARLOADS, FOL.LOECr" B.Y P.CAOLI'c 260M, VIRCINIA 2128, S.CAROLINA 1480 t ,ALABAMA 399, DISTTrrTCr'oTLc..JYIS tNN.IW7,
MARyVLAMD 866, PEWMStLvLrAlJ. 652 A D rNC YOOK 643. THE'i 10 U.RkE rI ACCOUNTED r.T 85 PER crEaT or ALL CITRUS PRO.D GUuA0 TruCA raASSINGS.


SI LC OX

BRANFORD


TAUGEH I;1 3 TOT.iL
I? :.:.a ;o.:-,a


1i9,7.; 80: ,096 -i5,408


'-:,2 7,7 C,.!86


S',,50)






FLORIDA CITRUS EL'.CHAIGE: F.0.5. PRICE AVEROAES PER POX, SEAS0il 1940-1941


iOIITH
September ,1940
October
iiovember

January, 1041
February
March
April
fay

July
AVERAGE
liote:


I 1l D I A 1I 1 I V E R


1 IOJ

1.99
2.05
2.03
2.12
2..28
2.07
1.973
1.97


1.22
1.68
1.62
1-.32
1.29
1.33
1.53
1.74
2.49


^


I 13 T E R I 0 R


-RG S

1.64

1.24
1.44
1.5G
1.797
1.70
1.81
1.&9


,]RFT

-1.21
1.02
.95
.91
.98
1.12
1.68
1.78


2.84
2.75

1.20
1.54
2.34
1.3


C 0 M, B I I' E D


1.64
1.42
.1.39
1.55
1.64
1.35
1.75
1.S6
1.90


I riw'r


1.21
1.12
1.16

1.00
1.14
1.31
1.41
1. D6


TA2G

2.24
2.77
2.01
1.28
1.59
2.36
1.33


V.06 1.42 2.21 1.01 1,0 i.81 .7. 1.2, 1.95
Priccc on 490 cars of citrus sol. in 3J0i not ineiudiu n i ,i'.r-'.


FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHDllIC: F.O.B. FRICE AVEFRA'ES PER OX, SLALSOlIi 193.9--1940


.OliTH
September,1939
October
ilovember
December
January, 1940
February
i.arch
April
flay
June


July
AVERAGE


I 11 l ;fl R I V E R I II T F R I OR
ORGS GRFtT TAltG ORS 3 RFPT TAiC,
2.27 2.96 2.43 -
1.23 1.68 1.53 1.55 1.33 1.51
1.57 1.74 2.05 1.14 1.17 2.09
1.49 1.01 2.32 1.15 1.17 1.93
1.6. 1.59 2.02 1.20 1.03 1.98
2.44 1.82 5.77 1.81 1.53 2.73
2.58 1.82 4.87 1.73 1.40 3.53
2.97 2.04 2.54 1.47 2.25
2.86 2.05 3.42 2.67 1.39 2.46
2.63 1.83 2.71 1.24 -


C I I i B I E L .


2.06
1.55
1.19

1.26
1.86
1.87
2.64
2.74
2.65


UKL'V


2.45
1.43,
1.41
1.41
1.34
1.54
1.65
1.75
1.60
1.28


1.39
2.03
2.01
1.99
2.76

2.25
3.35


2.31 1.78 2.20 1.65 1.31 2.02 1.74 1.51
Note: Pricrs on 30 cirs of oranges 3old in July not included in avcr,-grs.


S TAlG


3.01
2.69
1.73
1.93
2.58


2.03


.......... ::::: ::::::::: : ....... ................ ............


ga-






FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE: F.O.B. PRICE AVERAGES FER BOX, SEASON 1938-1939


MOUTH
September,1938
October
N ovomber
December
January,1939
February
March
April
May
June
July
AVERAGE


I A D IA N RIVER
ORUS ~GR7T TAiNG
1.91 -
1.56 1,70 -
1.66 1.43 1.76
1.61 1.31 1.62
1.49 1.31 1.19
1.62 1.25 1.82
1.69 1.15 2,373
2.00 1,36 2.59
1.95 1.23 1.32
1.S9 1,36 .35
1.88 1.46 ,59
1.7-1 1.29 1.55


ESTIMATED PRICES PAID BY CAIIliER3
(Deli vered to Cannerirs)
1940-41 Seasor,


Month

October
Ilovember
Doconrbei'
January,'
Fobrpiary
lIarch
April
May
June
July
Average


ORANGES
Per Box

.21

.55
,80
.85
.90
1.00
1,04
1.05
.8C'


GRAPEFRUIT
Por Box

.20
.25
,27'
.34
.36
.38
.46
.50
.50
.365


The above prices represent an average based
to us in the various years. The "Estimated
State idriceting BPu eau figures.


ESTII.i7TED PRICES PAID EY CkANERS
(Delivered tu Cann;ries)


1931-32
1.32-33
19'35-4
193-1 -2.
19355-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-9_
19Zo-40
1940-41


,',RANGES

.65
70
.80
.80
1.00
1.25
.99
87
,19
.80'


GRAPEFRUIT


on the best information available
Prices Paid by Canncrs" are


I N
ORCS
1.92
1.39
1.17
1.19
1,16
1.19
1.34
1.62
1.69
1.78
1.63
1.41


T E R
GRFPT
1.40
.388
.86
.78
.82
.83
.78
.92
.00
.96
1.08
.91


I 0 R
TAUG

2.99
1.51
1.21
.86
1.54
2.32
2.42

.93
2,13
1.33


C 0
ORGS
1.92
1.39
1.19
1.24
1.21
1.23

1.69
1.72
1.'79
1.70
1.45


A B I
GRFT
1.40
.396
1.07
1.03
1.07
1.041
.93
1.06
1. 02
1.07
1.104
1.04


N E D
TA4NG


1,52
1.23
.90
1,56
2.32
2.43
2.16
.97
1.81
1.341










TRYf SHIPFilTS '.F FLOFI.$. VEGETABLES BY
COkFESPOi.DiJTG ITELCS FuA TiREE .SEASOFL.. .
(Records f.r period P.cad Guard Stations open)


1 )38-59,
Oct. E-8.
1-1
IL. 4-
'ou. 5
0-12
Ih
26
Daec.
1u
51
Jar. .l
11
15-2 1
286
Feb. L
11
18
;arch L
11
18
AJril i

Ii.
2?
,:ay 6
15

dune
-I
1

July 1
2-5
-1)-
10-22
2t 9
3j-3i
Totals


LIMiAS
1936-9 a1939-i0It.-,o0-b1


-c
1
1 lo
I I1
1 Ic
I Ic
1 Ic
2 1c


.. B ALS. .. .
1953-35:1939-L0;:190-141 ,
O.'t :Oct l-7:Sep 2I-5r
UI: 1'l !IE :
1R 1 12:1
IR 8 IL:
:.R c9 651
a, 85 111
12 11 1-
119 l7 1f:u
IL I 2L01

S20

k22 2ie 20:?
21c 2.5 151 .,
20-.1 5 1

1LO 1 122
1i1 2 10i5:
2il L T:
1231 11 110
2uJ 62 171
2,4 547 1 :




I. 1.? 2 0.o

21 100 145
2 l' j


1 1 d

Id1


1:
it
to
It
Ic


7-, -


1 -
- *
1-
1 -
I I,-l





1 2



1 1 )
1 L4
7 .
1 2








C 3


8 ..
1 -
1 -














;8b, .122.


llot3es: R nesans "Nio Recori" of .,assirg, due to noe' Jusra Stations not having
started reports.
L: L'reari "leas thaI" cSrlot."
Road G'.r-d Statiorns opened !Icver.,.er 5th in 1138, 0:tc ber lot, in 1939 and
O c t o b e r l l tr ,, 1 9 ,,).,
Shipments shoi-wnT for the week of ,',ctcver. p-12, 1940, actually cover arly
C,'t-tr 11-12,


a
8
.4 Ci
10
l'
114
12
1 L
122
17
l1
22
22



'1 '
.d
10

I}
p


CABBAGE :
s 1938-39:1959-: 0: 1940-41l


-|
S -:
* lol -:
. 1.. 101 1O;:
S 2 2 2
3 6:
I 10 20:
17 2L. 27
14 2,'
S L1 2)
3 . 05. 110 70
: 178
: 14u 12 5
lul ll' 71:
: 20i 171

: 2 8 105
2-'0 317 10):
: 179 L 11
115 110

S 11 15

S 1 1,3o 13M




I -.

* -,
: 2 :


, 2.477 L 4,958 2,2-8;










PaFe 47


T'PU' S:!IPifl,:7S OF -LOiLiDA VEGETABLES BY'
COuK.3ESFOL:DiJG ''EEkS FOR TtiRZE u SEASOuHS.
(Records for periol r;, ,d Guard stati:.ins open)


1 938-v9
Oct. 2-8
29-1
L-22
Nov. 5-


Dec. 5
10


Jan.
14
15-21
26


25
March 14
11
18

25
April 1
8
22
29
May 6
13
20
27
June 3
10
17
2L
July 1


29
30-31

Total:


195B-.9:139-L0:1?LO-1 4


C2LERY PY
1938-59:1939-0:19 l. O-1:
Oct 2-9:Oct l-7:Sip 2?-5:







Id
Id I







C- -1 -:3

2 07 .20:


0 101 1.
5 1C ?1



ll 01 10 :
79 :'
21 11 17,
19 07 LjJ:
It 2; 90:

lId 1 d:

Id
--i



c61 1,2'.i 1,6.0:


lit.
1R6


21
1 Q
10



1


io
10
19



40
0
leO





lel
l77
77,


I-
-d


1:

I:


7:

ci
l:

5:
1:



1,
i:




le
1:

1:
5:
11:
-i:




lc.7 :
1.




-I



l, i;L:


EGPLAIIT
193.-37': 193;?- ,O:19LO-L1

1 iP:
c 2:
8 iL
19 l4 2;:
21 12 2 :
27 1I 2u:
17 13 11:
I-
15 10 e:
11 3:
12 11 11:
8 10 12:
Q 7 e:
11 5 1:
li 10:
11 9:

16 L ?:
11 2 8:
11 2 6:
10 2 86
15 2 7:
17 1 6:




29
28 12 2
t i9 24:
30 12 2.
2c 12 p:
20 12 :
12 1 29
8 5 13
93 -2
le -


Co? 29L 585:


Notes: rIR means "!o Record" of pass
started reports.


ings, due to Road Guard Stations not having


LCL means "less than crrlot."
Road Guard Stat ions opened November 5th inr 19 8, October ist in 19f9,
and october llth l14.
Shipments shown i'or the week of October c-12, 1910 actually cover :.nly
October 11-12.


1,270










F-age 48





1 ?8-39
Oct. 2-5
9-15
Ic-22
Fe
107. 5_
12
(i9
2c
Dec. 5
10

31
Jan. 7
1b
15-21
23
Feb L
11
18
25
11
16
25
April 1
8
15
2e
29
1[.a," L

27
diMe 3
I0
17
Jul;' 1
.




* Totals


llotes: IR mears "Ii.=. Rsc.r.d" *.f -r3.si.ng duu t iOi'Ad
startJ r6,ports.


Guard Stutions not having


L',L enns less5 thsn c..rlot."
Ro,,,o Gu.r.j Stations .opEr..d Nlov7mb:r 5th in 1938, uetobcr 1st ii. 195'9,
*nd 'juctobor llth, 1:14'.
S3ip.mcnts; :hown for th.: -Al: *:.t' ,L'.vber c-12, 19140 actually covor only
Oct ;b3r 11-12.


rf.j.:: 'IjpI;rS OP FLORIDA VEGETABLES BY
c',KEJ-ODI;O WUEEKiS iOR -JtEE SEASul:S.
I Pecordd f"r period Road Guard Stati:.n3 open)
L'CAMRJLE : LT FrCE : ENGLISH PEAS
193-539: 1939-Lo:;lLO-Ll I 1953-39 1939-40 3.1910-1 : 19'38-39,1959-0o: 19l0-1;
.ct 2-3:Oct 1-7:3r- 29-5:
'R :
-|
-
S -: 1 -lol
-: i 1:
o: 1ll: 1 Icl ,
Id 1: 2 1 2 5 a
2 7: 2 1: 2 10 7:
7 10: 1 1 2: 5 1 10:
10 15 2 7: 1 15 1.:
S 1\: l7 1 10 20:
3 & leI 2 2 27 10:
12 1: 1: 22 17:
1/ : 5 3: 17 3 1
10 10: 1 17 7:
16 L i h 4: 1 1 0:
17 7 15 5 7: "1:1 c:
2I ;: 10 7 7: 1 8
29 : 11 7 6: 1
2'- 7 17 71 7 5 :
21 1: 14 : 1 7 :
17 11L 11 6
S r : 11 27 2.3 2 15 10
!^ r ?I 21: 2 20 6
3 11, 1 17 2: 1 17 :
I : 101 14 1 : 1 5 11
1 1 1 1 1 2 7
2 I 1 2 S
I : 1lo 2 l1 1
L: 1li 1 I -:
-: 1 1 : -:

1 l1 1: -.
-: 1 : -
Sid : -.
-: -
-* l -.o -1
-. -:
- -




15 258 202: 102 20o 232: 2h 267 221:










Page b9
RUiC: SHIP -EITS OF FLORIDA VEGETABLES LAY
Ct P.ESF:.: DI!G ItJEiS FLR IIREE SLASON3
(Records fcr period Road Guard Stations open)
PEPPERS PPOTArO:T To ArOES :
1935-39,:193c9-L: 190LO-L 195-5?!:195 9-9:'190-il 1938-39:1959-LID:I9LO-L1
1933-P9 Oct 2-S:Oct 1-7: Se 2-5
Oct. 2-8
9-15
It-22 1- 1--
29 1 1 -
2lo. 5 6 t: 121 2 1:
12 11 10 11: I. I1 1 12 11 12:
19 22 1& 2: 2 1 2 2 Ia At:,
26 lu 17 2: I Icl 56 56 LL
Dec. 1 19 1 1 2 75:
10 21 2 2: L 6 7 2 9:
21 7 ). 10: 9:
51 20 0 16: C i: 70:
Jan. 7 r7 2L 50l 15 15 12 6 5 105:
1L r. L 2 20 17 2u 10. 128:
21 cL 1 b 6 29 1 27: 91 p 16 :
2 0 22 L 21 l 10
Feb. L .9 11 : 1 1 2: 123 2 10:
11 3. j : 22 Z4: 175 10 106;
19 7 : 19 20 19 ? 92:
?-1Brch 2 20 9 21 2 2 ^:. lub ab 86:
5 1 1 10 28 17 70
25 ; 7 : 2" 5 L: 21 7
A -ril 1 51 5 ci 1 .: II u7:




20 0 2 i: 1L 1, 10 295
27 55 c 13, 57 ,, 7 0V
1029 2o 17 27: :
51 c 7 11 c'3 19
June 5 6i 1 45: 2 1 10\ 0 0!


July 1 I 70 A: 2 2 2: Id 20 I
0 2 12 27 1 Id : Id I 1
1 1 29 2 1 1d 1 d1
2 2 -: -.
29 Id -: 1 -
30-51 -: -
Totals 1,155 9530 1,ULJ o55 1,285 1, OcLS: 5,230 ,655 5,986:
Notos: 1IR moons "lo ho:corl" of posiings, juvu to Ror u'rI'tJ ntatinon not r iving
st&rtud r.eportz.
LCL s..eons "l3s thi-n c'r-lot."
Ro.'l Gu rd St.tic.ri opLnc C i iovmrbor 5 in 1 56, Octobir lit in 1959,
anJ Octc.bor llth,19-O.
Shipmirit3 shown for the wic :!: of October c-12, 19L0,rcturlly cover only
U:tober 11-12.











0
TRUCE SHIPFIE;T3 OF F-LCrIDA VEGETABLES BY
C'l'i;J,.',iDI!.C ..'E S !", T7.1c SEAS',::S.
(h~ecordz for parli:d Road Gjird 3tsti.ons op
BUTTER BEA.iS COFJ' ,GREESl
VS,9-Lhj: 1 Lj-Ll: 195?-40: 1960-LI:


Oct L-7:Sep 2.


Oct. 1-7
21
25
'lo3. L-10
11
18
Dec.
9
50

Jar. o
.1
27
Feb. 5

i6
17
ahrch 2
9
1E
2;


11
26





1'-
July 9

27

otal


1939)-4'


1-1
1,I
ici
1

1
I
2
Li


-le
I
1
2

ici
lo1
1l1


1-5. 1:a -1 0
: Oct. 1-7

I : E'l
L : 24
I :ll.:.. j-1'
Far a
: 1i



: 15




S 7
: t 'b




1)
: 2


: .r.:h h


:> .
: A 1 6
13
: 27
.: L1

1 *jn 1J

21 : l

1 d o
15 17

1 :J1 2

59 : Tot


55 : Totals


1-1
11
1,1

ii
11


lel.
it



I1"
1-1









IdI

r.

10
5
1-1 1








1 ic

S ic


-'7
-
2

L9







219


enL)


Oct 1-7:3ep Zy)-"


:.1959-40
: ct. 1-7
, 8-iL
21
28,
: 1:v. i-10,
: 11
: 18
* 9
Dec. 2



a Jtn. 6

S 27
Feb. ,
: 1' ,
17
: t!rch 2
: 9
2o


: April o
* 13
: 2C
: 27
: 11
18

: Jun -I
8
: 15
: 22
2.--
; July _
, 2)3
STot 27

: Tot'sd>


ll..tes2 iP r,.-rnI "ic Recora" of' p,3as1infr du-" to
stert:d r.'p:,rts.


Road Guaird Stations not h.v"Lng


LCL cmoan:. "153a thCin c-riot.
R-:id G-'Lrd Stntil:(,3 op-nnd !Jo-..mber 5th in 193?., O-tob.--r Ist in 1939.
*ndi Octob.-r 11 ,LO.
3hipmr:,nt s.ho%.r for tho v-.:. of uctobor 6-12, 19O, ictU.l lly cover only
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FLORIDA CITRUS TREES BE4RiING AND TTON-B&IfIING FOR SI ASON "1940-41

Counties :Oranges :Grapefruit:Tangerines: Total : Satsumas : Limes Miscel. :Grand Total:
AIachua H: 67,727: 4,750: 6,096- 70,573: 5,939: 40: 1, 997: 86,549:
Bay 324: 162: 13: 499: 1,911: 3: 2,395: 4,808:
Bakar 737: 137: 16: 890: 2,170: 21: 465: 3,546:
Bradford N: 3,5D5 204: 70: 3,779: 681: 2: 207: 4,669:
: 65,479: 280,901: 32,078: 1,178,458: 95: 11,887: 13,014: 1,203,454:
reward S: 211,343: -24),026:- 5,657 241,026: 139: 20,142: 10,905: 272,212:
C. ihon W!9:1P-222




3: 7: 1058 597: 362: 1,064:
Charlotte S: 66,305: 17,567: 5,7,33: 89,605: 2): '72200: 7,848: 10.1)766:
Citrus C: 63,436: 6,697: 4,683: 74,821: : 206: 3779: 78,920:
Clay N 6,159: 848; 352'2 7,330: 5,492: 10: 1,035: 13,867:
Collier 8: 14,726: 13,943: 2807: 28,056: 23: 2,993- 3,075: 35,052:
Columbia N: 1,563: 213: 26: 1,802: 480: 1: 223: 256



Da,1 S 82,3 1 4950:
Dade 8 20, 277,969: 27,796: 526,116: 96: 268,247: 143,902: 943,361:
DaSoto S: 453,969: 96,251: 31,072: 584,292: 355: 1,593: 18,413: 604, 653:
Dixie W: 486: 52: 35: 573:, .52: 1: 17: 643:
Duval N: 36,881: 4,798-. 1,393: 43,072: 12,839: 228: 3,599: 59,738:
Escambia W: 407: 245: 22: 674: 7,000: : 55 819
Flge : 2,1: 51,435: 5,26l: 26,313: 55. 110: 172- 27,080:Cqr
Franklin vi: 188: 23: 3: 214: 26: -:193: 433:
Gadsden W: 2410: 39: 13: 292: 1,330: -: 1,07:, 2,659:
Gilchrist N: 272: 21: 15 308:
Gulfds 8 507 917: 153: 6,137: 8: -96: 1,655: 8,294:
Guf W: 184: 8: 12: 204: 388: *C 299: 891:
Hamilton N: 15: 5b:- : 470: 0 :. 3:57
Hade C: 610,835: 63,114: 4/1,826: 718,775: 610: 1,172: 21,316: 741,B73:
Hendry 3: 411,925: 13,014: 1,074: 5G,013: 36: 594: 2,177:. 5G,6201
Hernando C: 108,140: 25,972: 56,282: 190,394: 957: 170: 2,556: 194,079:
Hi3hl--nd~s C: 629,619: 319,918: 55,7170: 1,005,30,7: 173: 20,796: 22,99: 1,0,19,270:
Hill1sooro C: 1,183,663: 273,076: S3,226: 1,539,965: 2,225: 21,1,0G: 59,782: 1,626,1,11:
t~HO es 1: 87- 10: 8: 105: 430: -:795: 1,330:
Ind.River C: 431,370: 521,402: 35,066: 9B7,383: 53 007: 6,B,10: 1,003,607:
J ackon IV: 315: 36: 12: 363: 3,083: : 1,621: 5SO67:
Jefforson W: 137: 37: 3: 177: B,727: -: 1,532: 10,436:
LLIke C: 1,940r464: 502,532: 132,600: 2,575,586: 5,611: 19,543: 38,148: 2,638,888:
Laf ayette vW: 291: 22-: 9: 322: 30: -:9: 361:
Lee S: 214,720: 207,952: 7,759- 430,431: 54: 26,228: .13,933: 475,646:
Lon 111 382: 73: 10: 465: 610: 3 ,450: 4,525:
Tvy N: 2,215: 160: 76: 2,e!51: 23: 2: 139: 2,615:
tlb9rty WI 112: 4 : 6.: 122: 194: 73: 389:
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .








Orances :Grauefruit: Tarnreriness


Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloos a
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pincllas
Polk
Putnam
Santa R,3sa
S3rasota
Somdnole
St. Johtns
St. Lucie
Sumter
Su'/ainnee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washington


405:
328,735:
650,796:
74,040:
3,994:
2,389:
125:
27,135:
2,412,777:
308,680:
104 ,450:
543,099:
497,223:
3,923,928:
321,667:
27:
183,222:
43 ,47,2:
44,729:
668,900:
139,724:
1,389:
496:
1,346:
910,478:
98:
107:
144:


50:
354,336:
49,013:
34,975:
?,023:
237:
39:
6,665:
274,889:
65,619:
39,587:
111,806:
570,077:
1,878,254:
530,145:
12:
81,211:
51,477 :
4, 0.' 47:
370,863:
11,17-4:
138:
31:
171:
102,4134:
..5:
5J):
61:


13:
8,436:
27,671:
3,070:
1,7?2:
77:
-:
1,843:
:-'7,103:
3'1,649:
7,358:
5 3'., 862:
44,2G9:
371,240:
45,051:
1:
2,175:
55,080:
1,531:
61,174:
5,070:
28:
20 :
58:
.150,575:
-1:
6:
8:


Total :


468:
691,507:
727,430:
112,085:
7,739:
2,703:
164:
35,644:
2,894,769:
413,948:
151,395:
694,767:
1,111,560:
6,173, 22:
394,8653:
40:
266,608:
590,929:
50,5.7:
1,100,942:
155,368:
1,555:
5-17:
1,575:
1,1.13,487:
137:
252 :
213:


TOTAL :18,837,897: 6,698,019: 1,592,190:27,128,406: 88,650: 755.054: 742,029: 28,714.569:
Notes: C for Central, 11 for North, S for South, and W for 'West Florida.
Most of the commercial volume of oranges, grapefruit and t-Lngcrin:.s are located in Central
riorlaa, although there are a fow important citrus counties in South and North Florida. Most of the
3atsuma oranges ar, in North and West Florida.
The above survey of plantings, including both bearing und non-boaring trees, was mado by the
field force of the State Plant Board. This survey covered a two year period, but most of the more
important counties were covered in 1940 and early 1941.
All trees wro counted, whoro found, including abandoned groves.. or isolated trees reg.irdlos
of conditions, so long as thoy Weromalios...


Satsumas : Limes : Miscel. :Grand Total:
197: -: 88: 753:
178: 15,549: 17,221: 724,455:
2,218: 330: 2,416: 732,444:
.59: 8.486: 6,268: 126,898:
1: 157,1,3: 10,850: 175,693:
860: 1: O.?,: .3,949:
181: 2: 578: 925:
21: 53,50: 5,989: 45,004:
2,153: 9,090: 27,02:-7: 2,933,019:
584: 2,835: 11,885: 429,252:
86: 14,245: 20,672: 186,398:
1,849: 9,504: 2-1,974: 753,094:
9009: 9,361: 34,988: 1,156,827:
1,617: 00 ,997 123,247: 6,394,183:
3,11: 10-1: 2,458: 40'_',536:
2,120: -: 107: 2,267:
62: 2,387: 8,783: 277,840:
451: 7'.7 5,676: 5917,853:
1,308: 73: 856: 52,544:
16: 15,616: 15,S29: 1,132,4)5:
80: 221: C,039: 158,308:
508: -: 645: 2,708:
76: 47: 670:
56.-4: 8: 107: 2,254:
2,253: 1,457: 10,221: i, 1 ,3CS:
104: 218: 459:
812: 1: 2,947: 4,012:
3,653: -: 11: 3,892:










cITy:i'S FEL=S E-'t!I.CG SEASO:; 1?4O-4l1 "
',h-c.'.rd, of the Stat.e Plat baardi).


Counties
Alachur.
Brenersa
Er:-vard
Ctsw lot t -
Citrus
Collier
Dade
J s3...to
Duval
Flagler
Hardee
Hen rv
Hernanmdo
Hixhlands
HITI ab:)roig
Indian hirer
Lake
Leo
.anate-'
Niari.:n
UMrtin
Okcchobee
Orange
Oscacli
Palm Bia:n
Pasco
Pindll3a
Polk
Putnnam
3arasota
St. Johns
St. Luaci'
Volusio
Oth-r Cjunticla


Gran.-d Total
Total All rreass
tNotc Tr-?e..': incluc.i;


Crane Grapec fru it


2ee, 0
18




1,7 82





c5, 20
S,7 1 6




7, i q(.
2 4,t' 14





2,176, 1





1 ,7 51, 1
21,32 .r




i :





10.751,312
1c,3)7,c:)7
all wh':rev.7r


r i-
1,377






tit)
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5,7C '.
lo^.79-7
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?;;, 5-1 :
C,:01
200 S
95 5
ro, 1


6,L1'3 ,L5
,.,J ,,01.
found ...d noft


Tangcrines Total Citrus


6, 06
5 7
5. 7



'5z
27,71 ;







327 ,02


51, 0
t,421
2).70
1.675


27, 10;




5,070


2,7o9


1,5.92,2.),
1,5':2,2)C',
juAt ",o:tmrct',l"1


S 7?587



I2,127

427
14. 810




1 ,1 :
)120



101,6 0
2, ,1706

G55ros.
1, 4 ,







o0,156

26,762,256
27,128,06
groves.


It mac,' be nc-tad hlit. tRnf-er'ne fitures so not sh-,w sEparately barinC and
non-baartr., tr.re:. It is a1curE.'a that tLher-. .: f'.w tangerine treaz not bearing
a th.)r hr; teen little, if ns-" irncenttve for hi.;r:'i: t'i aCrtage, sue to low.
r.'turns f-r b :.-v,.r.l .'ar:. Appr.:-xiatily 11 pr cant ofI trLc *,oran'.e troops
sna L2 per cent *:' thnc rriLpe'ruit trees ;:er.. r.ot tec-ris.g in 19140. This show"
the pr.-f.-rjnce fur nu' plnrtin-, ha: r, stroigl,' to or.ges, but not vwry
tiCar, f:-r cithor.
Sc-tsu-na pla.itings are mlt included vr.'th ornge .'ig'uros. 3ntsumas
accojnt.d f.:.r 8,'30 tr.:e ad RLm." 75,2L tre-s. L'r..ns, rough lcmins,
ku.- qunts, an- -.th.r !i :e; ilnc:'': citrLus m'c::urnter to 742,C'02 tre-.' b'tirinig Uand
n.n-t .ur ing.


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Page a5


FSTIUdlTEt. L.VEPL,'r FR0U[.'CTI:i 1: 2?C2T. FOR L'A..SI 5 -...OI-


Counties Per-r
:cent


Brc7rrd : r.
3Brcwcrd : .5
Da : .4
Dc Scto : 1.
Flaglcr : .1
Hardoe : 2.1
H:rnnndc : .4
Highlands : 5.2
Hillsborough :.8
Indiafn Riv:r : 1.8
Lk kc : 1. S
Leo :1.0
lann t,, : 1.3
Harion ,.7
Orange :16.9
Osceol : .7
Pasc. $.3
Pinellas : 2.7
F..:lk :27.5
Putnam : 1,2
Sarasota .7
Seminole' : .
St. Lucie : 1.9
Volujai : ',.0
Oth.Couitics : 3.7.
Grand Totr.1 :110


GOR.JI-ES :
Per
Frcduction :ceont


1,2'1,592
1 7.,? 72
111,776
L19, t160
27,'?U
586, 814
111,776
1,L 3,088e
7 2,.52
712,992

5,017, -2
279,h..
279, ,

4,722,536





195,6: 8

n66,2-.'.
5Y ,936
853,520
..1,0o5,92C
27,91L.,1,(


:100 21,c.'5.,.ix'J :130) 2,7'97,00). :100 51,771,000


Manr:, individainl ,.r c-.gnncl.:s int :.r!st-s in r. Etud,' of rloridn citrus produc-
tion by Cc.untics n ru'.'e fo d no prat&t ic I wv.;' tr. C.-t SU:h irf.irrtrc u,.r. Thic Sbovc
t'.bul-tion svis w:.rt:cd .',at frr thie bi nc'it -.C such pT-o'pl., h, Froduct icns w.?r'
bascd on a surv'.-y r.de by filed m-r. ..f th.: Florid,. Citrus Exzchr'.g. Chsangos vi.re
ru.de to r.1lovr icr nov, tr :s comin'lg int-: b ring, frcz-c: rffOcs tinig certain Countiics
motr than others Zin,: 19j6-?9 ;-nd oilowincoes :'.;rc -rdo fir th 1:rg' nurb,.;r of
trees in Counti's n.:.t erv.:r-d by the nurv.,r I:-ny .:.i th::c trecr -,rcr.: not in
"c3nmmercial" groves.
Tho grand total of bc.xos rc.recint: the n'e-rnge .rc.duction for tho lI9.5-39,
1939-40 m.nd the 19)--L1 s.:nonr.
U:turally the prcductic.n in the nriousc CCeunties is rc-C thr. -.rn: ni.:h :, ar
and the inforntion-, eCrnnct be considered rc.currtc, btat it Is pornr.ps the n.:ost
nec urntc datI. of it-, kind -,voilcbl.:. 1.' sttrnd b..nir.d it.


GRIJAEFRUI r
r''reduct i on
1. B.:,o : )

:L,72)
2,067:-
I ,


2,1-.60
8L, 1 o

1 472,10..
252,36."
1, 261,6X
1,61?, .1.'




1, i'1,5j


1.155,6.":.
1,) ,1..,.



672,9c-.
1-5,15:,
1 ..h.


:cent


: 1.1

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S 1.1
: 1.3
: 1.9







: 1.1


: 1.5
: 1.5
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.: 2.


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'redu tit Il'yt


41,9*55
8,5391
5,.594
.5),767
t6,561
53,1,3
c9 ,925'
10,.,LE9
55 ,,o
72,72
;2e.,thc
2,797
2,797
11,188
41,9.'
Li ,'7?55
.61, .

195, ,e
4A,7"2

15,1,59'
92,, 01
159,853
67,128


FPer
:*'nt


: .1 .
: .8
1.3
: .I

1.4
5.9
:2.1

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1.5
2.1
2.2
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:2.0
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2.'

:2.5
: 2.1
:2.6


roUl. (ITRUS
Froduct i on
(Bc.xcs)
1,7-5,267
190.171
L 11,790
660,227
64,505
72J4,07
223,761
5,028,677
I, 1:, 752
1I,837,51L
14,972.9f)2
784,957
1, ,81,377
1, 1 .,,266
CL19,526
3L2.713
1,S'L3,515
1,926,169
1E., 5603,890
L135,170
31),756
1, i-2,873
1,296,197
1, .83,320
1,357,556





Total


S:,9EL. 7,418 10,235 : 7,4L5 12,5 S, 15,l4 i 64,072


The tqbulation on this and the following pages d3 no:.t perhaps appear to be
anything unusual but believe r.,e, those rf you rno take :tatistic.s for granted,
tnat tne informa ion above was obtained only after long and detailed study and
man.uy da,,s of crind with thousands of calculations. The information has never boen
presented before bv any, one.
You ma" wonder ,.by the difficult-' and why tuh importrnece of this information.
To understand the'difficult,, a question ran, well be asked. Does any County
Aericultural Agent, Shipper, Grower or rnn other person know tno carload produotion
of all fruits and vcetblc-s ir, n1i/ one o th3 67 counties of Florida? Rail figures
do not &how it as rail lins13 handle lI3ss than on'-third of the total proJuction.
Trucksl take away the remaind-,r from the var1Cus countiess, except that oonsumnod
locally, and who icno'rs how mu.h tie truck. haul. We h'vc oaroage figures for moat
of tho princLpol conmodit io;, but there ro more tha-n tt.,onty vtgotuabl.es of some
impcrtanc: for wn.-on a havo no scran-, ir.formration nnd w: estimate' this unofficial
.,crcage '-t mor.- than 10,500 SAecounting for mor. than l.,000 carloads. Thon thoro
or man-r non-oitrus fruits exceptibg cantn'loupos, strawberries anu-d wmtcrmclons,
for whkin a, havo no official iLguroa. All ciftru.: fruits other th-in orarigos,
grapefruit anr.d tangorin.:.s ar- included in non-citrus fruit classifloation. 'No have
made a bravo ittocpt to covir .ll fruit and vcgotablc productions lbr;: and small
in 36 important fruit and veg:tatbl,3 ountios.
Contin u d on nczt pago).


Pa.g- 5o


E 3Ti.IATED FLORIDA F:OulCI '31 AMID ;CROSS PACKED VALUE
(Average of 19:8-3c, 1939-40 and 19i0-1 Seasons)
I Bears &:Cabbage : Celery :Potato.ss:Tomatoes: Total Total
Counties JLima5 ______: Ii13_____ .r Ve 6tab le-sa
: :;a., arloadsC Jiarld laCarloadsCrloadS Crlnds

Aleohua 367 350: !s5 z 3. : 61 878 1 2r,071
Bradfc.rd 85 : 4: 0 09 L0
Bre-Bard : 2 : 1 : 3 o i' 1
Broward 2,78c : ? 10 9?J 9 4,807
Charlotte : 1 61 -_ b1,) 'I
Collier 53 1 : -* 1 : Ll 101 : 52
Dade : 70 100 : : 1 ,7 ,7 559 5 ,5 0
DeSoco 1 l :74
Pla-ler 2 460 : : l : 2 75 1,1,0
0les 53 2 : 2 61c 100
Hardea 2 2 20 55b 1,0 1,C2 :
Hendry 2 : lO 2 9. I1 42
Hernando 2 2 : 2 : (4 f6
Hignland. a i : -': 1 : 1 ? i 2 :
sborough : : 57 561 F2 1.3P
Indian River : -_ 9: 1 u6 z,
Lake : a : 179 7 M
Lee : 21 325, 77 1,33
Leavy 77 : 20 : 13 : 0
llanate: 10 510 162 2? l,40: 1,a : ,011
Marion : : 23 2,2
Martin 1 4 9 25 : 11 71y
Okeechaiobe-a : : : 39 it ltl
Oran.3 : 68 1 9: 52o 1, '1
Osoeolu 1 1 -: 9: 1 0
Palm Benchn 5,.L87. 2,000 a 1,556 05 1,780 1,0 : 153 35
Pas o ; 17 : :
Pinellas 5' 1- -, 5
Polk 261 L 5 1
Putn 710 901 7. 10 1 0
Sarasota 28 1,6r5 a4 139 1,6 2,25
Seminole 6. 5 6,120 27 2 :- 7 O
St. Johns 8 : 1,8 75 5
St. Lu- : 78 57 90' 17 1 :
Sumter : 101- 250 i I ,0: 5 5:
Volusia L9 110 17, 0 990
others ; .5 12 190 20 : 8 791 : 1.35











E3 ri;:,? D FL'JiINr. PT 0 i.:?I :i A'." *t e.tCi:D VALE I. Cont 'd). 57
LA''cr'.;e o.f -'? -)), i j1-0 and 1- '90-Li 3e ;is)
TotW iTotal V'luc : Total : Total Value:Total All: Total Value:
Counties :[In-Citrri:: Vege-teblc: : :itr : Citrus .Fr. Ve-s;:All Fruits &:
:'arlod :r i'srn-Cir rui7:Carloads: :Carlooda : Vcr'tablos :


Alachua
bracford
Brevr d0
Browa rd
Charlotte
Collier
Dade
DeSoto
FlHul. r
Glades a
Hardee;
Hendry
Hernandsc
Highlands
Hi lsborough
Indian RLVer
LEr: a
Lee
Levy
Manat eo
Marion
kar tin
Okeeohob.ee
Orange
Osceala
Palm Beach
Pasoo
PirIellas
Polk
Putnam
Sarasota
Seminole
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Sumtter
Volusia
Others

total


1,019 :3 1,080,002: 26:' : 1D I00:' 5, 26 l1 ,l 0 00
.L. 600,000: 10 : i,.0 ): o6 c03 800:
:* 10'000: Li, a 2I 580 L': 2 1:80:
52 : ,21c',000: L65 2 4 500- 5,O t jO
S: 9L,000: 260 : 14 ,0' 29 2 ,000:
10 : 5 ,000': 52 19 ,20: 0 31 ,200:
5: LO a: 5, ,00): 1,000 : ,u0j : ,- c' L Lu'U00
16 : l 000.,O i, 1,ci : b,003: 1,.10 7, ,0-00
5 4 ?,000: 102 t: L,8j0: 1,517 5 w ,000:
). ,l O: o20 'IOO 10 5 4,000:
2 1,57,,000: 1,o00 I 3,000 5,1,9 2, 000:
S 19 .000: 1;50 '2,0IO 8)l ,0 0:
: -i o ,300 c5 1650. 6, 6,'0:
q8 124,000: 7, .50 5 ,020,000: 7, ~7 ), 4,000:
?0 2,52C ,000: 2, 00 1,12,000 C, 9 ;., 000:
13 000 L, 1,5 ., 300 ,10 L,26 800
: 87 ~,ooi: 12, 50 : ,,l ,501., 10 ,0 9 .,6'- 00:
1,02f,300: 1,o I :0. I'6 .0D 3,2c 2C 1,79 ,OO00
2o. lo: 1 ,,0 :.. 1: 1it : &ic. a Lj65:
: 2,75 ,000: 2,700 1,080,000 6,82 8.,000:
: 2 21 00'0: 2,'00 : 1, ..,220: 5,178 ,6 ,220:
"uC'OO: ,C 1 .6 I8OO' 56L : 000:
: 10 87,.00U: -ou I',8O .L : ,600 :
11J :' a9,000: 1 :8,112,000 l,0p a, 0000:
Id 30,000: "o5 3 ''0,600: '92L L20, 0:
rio 7,7 .o: C60 l0o-,0.'1 0 I ., 7,808 000:
1i2e 5,000: Z,cs0c 1,500,0)0o 1, ,555 000:
.11 ,000: 1. 7'1. ) i,60 0o0. 1, 000:
d567 : .00-': t, 1,?,6 5 ,500 li,2 0, ,500:
: 57 71t, '0O: 1,100 30, 000: e,97- ,15, 000:
: 21 1,11 ,00.'; 6 : 70f,r 200. 2,91, 1 ,4 ,200:
: 10 ,77.,0oo: 2,'5 *C I,')2,500: 1,-,l50 5, 17 ,500:
: 1,129,0C: dco 104,000 1,00 1,2 ',000:
: 2 : 8L,COl'.: 3,200 1.: 1,5c,000 ,L : 2,L ,0L0:
I l ,272,00',O.: 21 l 7,Z0c 2 2L5 ,19,600:
0 6 2o0:,_3,0 I: 2,(0o 2 1,L-. ,00, ,,1 2C 1,* 7 ,000
1,)L37 1,51. ,5 7:. 3,q5_ :4 "0 1 2013,235, 9,2.75 2.722.135
* ;,775 :G L1,060,850: 75,315 :$ 57,752,00-'0 20t,972 : 9,8,772,850:


The importance :f the cprnlete irdfrcastiori rea be indicated by the lirge
numbers of request we have nad )fr .complt.:. count, 'Ird'ormatio.n. The U.1. Engineers,
for example, spend thousands o' d*.*11ars ,-'ttintg or rr:,in- to cot similar ir.forrnatiorn.
Such irformation is necessary' iP theIy r.- to report on th- con.rr.ic neco3ssity or
feasibility of a riv.r or port iaproven-r.t. If a county dcaires t.) i3suc bonds tho
prospective purchases 1i' th.' bonds desir: to know: tho r.sourccs or th,- count', to
bettor judo their ob'lit,,, to Iay off tn: br-.ond: nd inter:et ac they bocone duo.
Fruits and >,.g:tablcc account for nuch oD' th'J inco.nr, I. ri;ny countia-s. Suen
information 13 sought by banks and mortaL:. compnriic orLid b, f:rt'-litor e:..ipanioa,
ortte mills, ',And ottrr, who sup .1. th,: rrower with credit or aurplIc. IrsurmAco
companies, ne well as auto, truck,end tractor companion desiro 3uch county
information. The rail, bor.,t and truk 1Lno want it. Char .b-rs of Cani'orc.) rnm.
nowepa ars ask for such count- iLu'on.itt Lon far vor iou: oorc.[,ji reasons.
It r..i:o no cirins that. l,c infornoa tion is r.rfl.ect, but :.t is the b.:t therc
is. fe boliovo it Is a goo.i start on a difficult propositioi ta id ,': i,-:,, bc -,blc.
to'improva it i it s':: d:sirabic to continue it from yr3'U to :"car.







Page m FLORID., aIrJCriO .3.-LLLS. 1955 '56-1-90/. 1
Furni3n-:d t irL=ru tc. ::-urtesy .f tho Statisticnl frepartnent,
Fl:ridJa Citrus E:chur;o, Temp:.., Fl'..
0 RA 1G iE 3
En_ .:IL U BJ.JA. BS3r.. FI.S. CLE5. E CI. .J3J 1 S 1 NC LI-DL. B1.LT. TC .r;L
1?4C0-,1 ,:,,rs 1 001 }3520 15?5 426 7. 1020 312 1077 2h 241 16971
Aver9- ;e2.., ..2c t47 2.51 2. .25 2.1 2. .22 2..35
1959-,0 Cars 8766 2908 i2-'0 o'.- 101-2 518 1051 5C'. 1'5 1c836
av"r'.c.J2. 5 2.2.- 2. 4-, .1 2.-1 2.1 2.'? 2.'5. 2.2, 2.V> 2. 5
195.'3-39 Cars 124140 40L) 21 2 t.9 lu1l 19 511 1555 717 396 2 22.4
AverF-,g2.10 1.99 2.6 2.11 2.22.20 2. 2.01 e-.01 2.17 1.L .09
1937-3d Car: 10228 5576 184 -5 89,- 1 41 1131 50 53,2 2ot4'
Av.r: .2o 2.2O.20 2.iL 2.1 2.. 2.05 2.1 .c 1.90 2.2.
195t-57 Car 9112 51LL lt.7 42 32d 1OL'0 2d4 7".3 L12 282 179 2
Avera.e 5.25 3.15 5.8 5.12 5.21 *3.53 5.01 5.12 5.27 2.96 5.21
1935-36 Car3 750C 2r2 156L 5.0 '5 c 078 2L? 55 271 2h0 14760
Av.ragor.C. 2.'3 .-2 2.95 5.l 3.15 2.72 2.27 5.03 2.62 5.00
G A F E F 11 I T
SEASTi 1,j Y, FHt-L. 50ST.JJ FIT-S. C3CTW. r111C. C[,ICI. FLR. B,67T. T1TkL
19:0-41 Crs C,55 1331, 80 2a 2 25:, 315 10, 41 215 91 8823
v:r.:e,,.9c 1.75 1.90 1.7T 1.;)2 2.00 1.77 1.7L 1.91 1.61 1.91
195?-L6 Car: L765 1155 635 181 11 102 L2 2I,1 I10 85 7453
S,*rg,.....21 1.2. .11 .2 2.10 1.98 2.06 1.7. 2.13
1958-39 Cars 8369 14229. 1020 52-9 e. 3c.3 118 532 277 105 10926
Av:,rag 1e.1. 1.57.7 5 15 e 1. 1.9 1. 1. 1 .80 .1. 1.72
1937-33 Cr.rs 4391 1214 814 lj 51 355 72 542 219 127 6555
,ireruag,.2.20 2.0F 2.15 2.05 2.11 2.2 2.16 2.09 2.21 1.88 2.1o
19'c-37 13 rs 5c7p 1650 95y 27 W 1 51 49 54 7 1 1 1012
kver .'6 -.22 2.1 2.29 2 2. 2 2 2.12 2.

195-35 Ca-rs 5928 1072 97.' -2 59 39 172 510 251 117 7765
Avrarg'..ca7 2.55, 2.49 2. 2.5 2., 2.TO 2.32 2.-2 2.2t 2.57
? !' G r- I ii C S
SSEA01* .11, . JIL.. BuSl. FlTTS. &rL1. Cril. 0 .'.L. j! .Lj 5TR. D LTE.T i 9W-
1940-41 Cars 1425 L4 109 77 154 l'r 59 140 82 15 2717
hAv:r;gci.23 1.1c. 1.19 0.,7 1.C 1 1.39 1.l 1.1 1.06 1.19
1459-40 C-r? 1192 34; 06 4. 10 142 LI 11 -57 21
A'resl.57 1. 5 1.41 1.53 1.7 1.4; 1.5. 1.2- 1.j 1.53 1.57
1936-59 Cars 1851 v 1 172 152 169 257 107 203 1415 13 663
*Avo.r'gE: 1.07 .'2 .95 .?5 .9 .97 .86 .91 .96 .79 .00
195.7-3S Cars 1511 552 1-9 .5 117 1 .9 74 125 88 2" 2515
a,.ragel6.2. 1.21 1.20 1.8 1.0. 1.. 1.10 1.1b 1.25 1.08 1. 4
19;6-57 Cars 157 5-2 19L 2 10 193 50P 103 8 11 56 .
r 1.3 1.5 1.19 1.09 1.1 1.l 1. 1.1 10
1935-36 Cars 112 35C, 157 1O9 11, 217 L 1 97 26 2398
Average,.,1. 5 1.-2 1. 1. 1. 1.5 1.2 1.5 1.25 1.55
IJ:,te: Tang-rinre -uragLs vn half b:x buss.






SHIIPIMEU3T OF CITRUS FRUITS AND FRESH VEGETABLES FRO..' FLORIDA PORTS FOR LAST 5 CALENDAR YEARS
(.. SORT TONS)
1 9 3 : 1 9 3 7 : 1 9 8 :. 1 9 3 : 1 9 4 0
..F P 0 RT P,
:Coastwise :Exp.rt: Coastwic: Exp.ort: COi.stv.'iao :Export Coa3twiac : Export :Coa-twuisc:h port:
CITRUS FRUITS
Jacksorn-'ill : 137,167 : : 226,7I : : 202,600 : 754 : 2.,0536 : 2,20: 134,207 : :
Fort Fi.rcc 62,01: : : 92,230 : : 103,415 : 118,312 : 437: us ,,03 : -
Palm Bach : : : ,514 : : 3,274 : : 258 : : -
Port 2-Evrgladc : : : 5,434 : : 1,87. : : 1,665 : : 2,2L : -
3ioai : 304 : : .559 : S : 1,120--: 4.-:-: 1,221:i-. 146: 4,861 : -
Tampa 53,736 : 182 : 55,7.-7 : .1- : 50,024 : 220 : 56,358v- 438: 12,138 : :
Total Citruz : 3003,17 : 182 : 34,052 : 79-- : 375,30,3 :1,016.-: 457,650 : 3,23: 21-,270 : -
Carload3(18 Tons): 16,84t : 10 : 21,336 : 4 : 2,850 : .6 : .5,436 : 179: 12, 126 : -
pOTWTOCiES


Jackson :iillc
Fort Picrce
Palm 3Soch
-Fort Ev .rglad:z

' L.n'ip..:.
Total Pottoes :
C'rlo:O.da( 16 Tons):


26,558
97 :
-;:
4,725 :
:
31,52 :
1,970


32,25 : :
SG : :
763 : :

-,:57 2:
C,55 : 25 :
,53 : :
35,832 : 55 :
2,243 : :


,37,2'301 :
:
:
4,908 :
7,746

4 ,1 I-'
3,11 :


.-0,650
IL
15
2..,922
7,259
24
41,872
2,..17


18,.177 :
43.7 :
107
1,075 :
2,850:
48 :
?2, '94
1,4",7 :


57 :'~
577 :-
- ::6

6 4 I :
2.6


FRESH VrJETABLES, *Th,'-IR
Jac':son:illc : 2,262 : : 1,823 : : J,O71 : 3,026 : : ,765 : -
?ort Picrc. : 4,257 : : 3,757 : : .-,20 : 2,469 : : 1,595 : -
Palm .a2.-h : 1,711 82::- : : 1,192 : -14 : : '57 : -
Port E-..rglad:a : 720 : 202 : -,162 : : 10,911 : 217 : 10,136 : : 1,119 : 1.75
iniml : 8,337 : 2S : 4,068 : 64 : ,CI : 172 : 4,52 : -16: 2,0A9 : 169
Tampa : 1.643 : : ,660 : : 2,542 : : : : 175 : -
Total - : 20,430 : 230 : 19,31 : 64 : 33,787 : 39 : 26,,05 : 46: 14,000 : 304
Carloads(12 Tons): 1,707 : 1i : 1,600 : 5 2,815 : 32 : 2,217 : -: 1,167 : 25
c- Includ:- itc.- li.1tcd as "fruits" which arc beli.ve*d to consist wholly .r chi-.fly of citrus Irits.
Tatal Tons : .355,226 : 53 : 42.9,257 : 168 : 458,973 :1,405 : 526,327 : 3,269: 255,260 : 861
Total C:irlojds 20,522 : 32 : 25,188 : 11 : 26,78.3 : 8 : 1.0,27. : 1P8: 14,730 : 61
NOTES: Any of those commodJitics zhippcd to Porto Rica arc included in "C..n3tw. so Shipmcntf" as Porto
Ricoa is a U.S.Pososasion. Exports to Cuba and o-thr forcign territory ma-y include so3u
fruits .ind vcgctablos not grown in Florida but distributi.d from Florid' ports.





Rocapitulation of Numiber of Carlo.ds equivalentt to rail carloads) of VEGETABLES, HEL01HS,
STRAWBERRIES, A'D I"iISCELLlEOUS FRUITS, moved from Florida via Motor Trucks from
Oct. 11, 1940 to June .50, 1941, inclusive, through designated Highway Cateways, as
reported by Road Guard Inspection Stations of the Florida St-te Department of Agriculture.
(Compiled by a private a i-ency from, Diily ilarkot Reports of Florida State ilarketingi Bureau)
Wilcox :Branford:Ellavillc:Suwannee: White :LakeCity :Hilliard: Yulco : Total
(Ft.Fanr in): : Spri ngs:Springs: (Bontcn):
State Road: 10 5-A 1 50 2 82 4 3)
U.S. Road : 90 41 1 17
fjcans : 395 : : 161 : 23 : 455 : 95 : 56, : ..451 : 5150
Limus : 18 : LL : 5 1: 2).0 C : 25 269: .344:
Butter Bons : .: LCL : 1 : 1 10 : LCL : 10: 31: 57 :
Cabbago : lbs : 169 : 6 119 32 : 445 : 13: ,19 : 1195 2208 :
Celery : 235 : 7 : 43 : 18 2:3: 28 : 162 : 948 : 1082 :
Corn,Green : doz : : 2 : 5: 1: 33 : 1 : 29: 119 218 :
'Cucum]brs : 70: 1: 64 : 3 : 76 5: : 79 : 843: 1194 :
Eggplnt 114 : : 16 5 47 : 0 : .4 : 93: 5 :
Escarola : 1 : : LCL : LCL : 1 : 6 : 8 : 186 202 u:
L,.ttucc : 28 : LCL : 5 : 1 : 14 : 7 29 : 143 : 230 :
Okra : : 1: 2 : 1 10 : 1: : 30 : GS :
Poas,English : 13: LCL : 1 1 : 10 : 5: 20 : 174 : 222 :@
Pr.s,Field : : 2 8: 2 : 4, : LCL 19 : 65 : 212 :0
Ppp-rps : 137: 4: .: 7 112: 4 : 79 : 977 : 1356 :
PotAit rs : 106 : 4 : 3 : 11 : 155 : 6 : 228 : 523 : 1065 :
S.uash 56 1: 11 3 : 46 : 17 : 64: 64 : 52 :
Tomatoes : 663 : 11 : 1 : 3 : 6 : 5 : 444 : 1957 : 8 :
V"gotabl,;3,Bun,Doz : 9 : 1 : : 15 : 1 : 1- : 7 : 7 :
Othoir '*iget:bles : 28 : LCL : 4: LCL : 50 : 6 2 : 362: 458:
Totl Vegotablcs : 2153 : 51 : 677 : 115 : 23,9 : 2.0 : 2160 : 11970 : 19'11
ant .aloupos : 1 : : LCL : 2: 2 : : 1-- : 3:
Watermelons : 28: 15 26: 109: 68: 3 : 43 : 87: 813:
Avocados : 9 : : 8: LCL : 2 1: 26: 102: 149:
Limes 2: -: LCL : LCL : 5: LCL : 19 : 89 116:
Strawberries : 81 : 1 11: 4: 140400 : 35 76 : 1074
aisel. Fruits : : : : : LCL : -: LCL : 1 : 1 :
Total Non-Cit.Fruits 121 : 18 : 45 : 113 : 217 : 76 : 1.4 : 1459 : 2185
Grand Total : 2254 : 69 : 722 : 258 : 260S : 42 2204 : 134120 22096








i ESTIMAITD C, rS FT0o::. LEEC 10 AI'.T'7'IOT'S

1 40-'t1 SCAS):'

ORCjIGES

Sales at I.:rmrin l I.b '.rk t 2.'-
rerminal Sellinc &- Expe'n:~s ,0L
[let at 'Ter4nrl 2.31
rr ins A ortatlcn Co .t ,u.
Ficrida F.0.D. Elui"'lent 1.
Florida Lsr:.at tnr C-,Lres .33 'I
Advertising '. In5ipe tin .,0 ': .
Fc::ir.g roOe:.:inr .
picl:iner xeul u ne .11 I
!pet orn 'fr e .'3"3
Eat irhated Producti rn Costs LU
!Net before Iiterest, ?r.>:- 'er .L)

GRAPEFR. I r

Sal-s A't T?rrinal arlx:ta 1.),1
rerrinnl S-:llin iEx ,,se.!es .OL
I :-t it TeriS' I 1.57
rr, rns ortati o: Co t .tt
Alorda t .i.L.b. Eq, Asi::1Lt 1.21
Fiorld :!lri.:etin,r i nares .37 S
Advurtisinr .,i Insecctiorn A, .70
Pacl:inrg F'rocesaaig ., )
Pi,'kinr, A ulir, .11 I
I:;t on rre5 ? 0.'
Estimroted Projuct i C.n osto ...
S at before. Int.,rC:t, .aGes, to. .1
TAiGERI TIlES

Salos at I rrnrn l ::, r:-.i s 2.'
Terz.inr l Selline i. Expei.-:: ..j
Salet at rurmir, al- 2.IA
rhrisportlitio:n Co:t .Lo
Florid- F.O.B. C'.,i .1-int 1.608
?lorid.i riark-th:, Ch;-.rge- :. '
Advert I in1', und irn c. :tin .0i, ) 1.
Fucking ront Proceas. in '
Fiikin k H Haulig .1 )
Tict on Tr.?o 0.r .
Estinrt-3d Froduetior, C.3t .C
Niet before In.'tor :t., -v.,: .-tc. .1
Apro:.:in.te Fercent sl l Lt
i.t Auction ;Orani] 2.. ,rp fru:t 5c..- '?.n orin.s ?'.5t
AIjC7I:'; AJ'D FRIVArE SALES
It is clL'r.ed b, s.:r,, t't rradj for "rs.. th privu-. suol..s.orf .*i. ruJ3 11
avord'ge a fi nmor- ,cit: D'r bo:;".hii th r3 suctl't 'Ir, sl's, but if wa ar r e.: for rll
ur ndes cor..blr.od i t alton I r. noriril yu.,irs t...ii nation pri.-oC : 1 'i11 bte f .i -.rta
higher. It 1: sild thut most of tLhe i 'rr.'-.: Indiran Rivor fruit iAnd mucr. :of th'.
high grado interior ruilt is sold Cit "u'a.tilr,, rA 13 n':,i t ,:." icflwcr rr'ide3s r. sola
south of BEltizanore a.rd CrinerL- ati Arn sotlhirn torritor'- wilirro tn r-. L.r.. no
auction JiDr: jt3.
It is :.aid thtct ordiurily tho price. :Frornd for otion .r. d rri ,to .?ulcs Iwill
-ousnt to about 20-15?' buz: in :',vor f 'u'tioiE for thr.. r':'cL'n That Jctlicr.3 hav
rcerivid better ai. high.r r'r,]Co fruit. in.: r,.',l tc -t .3 ta thN c, .,r:r-rati.. officacy
of private E,.nd -auction 3]: 13 virwich :stum returns the nont tu thc groweir for the
saae:merado, siaJ, quality .-.f fruit rand ior thj r-.Le t oluino. Friv-te llinr i
cortnily, noo a3 r', nti- ihoru tI:ri. 'inro ro u action nr rljt-. Ir. mkits 'or
there ure runt ions iar. scum thrt a[ goo.d vo3luno' of Friv.,to scilc- would b. a god
check on the nuictic-ris.
No do not mrnvo -rn'.' cImprohonciv.: 'i.'r r6: orn privet, asl a ts iod tH[..r:-faria this
bureau dooenrot know. wn-t ro-il ail Wst shipiront l aald pr iTit-,l: hSv7 i r'vi.d. lnio
made irrite: cuVurinrtg v o.ibinod action and- priw tc al .7 returns onr po C ofc
this report.
... will, 0 ooursu, .Ielcono i:y inrforratilon or comnonts on tho fororaing






riLOPRIDC ruiT AF O VGETABLEr ACi'EGE FOB 19-40-41 SEASON.
COurllES : BEALr : Ll 6 I C.Be:;G; CELErY : CUKES : EGGPLAiNTi E5C.OLCE: LETTUCE: ENG. PEAS : PPPEFr : POTArOE51: 10,' TOG: TOTIL tEG'.


ALLCHU- : 1,000: 1,350: 100: I00: I ,OX; 200:


OBkDFORD : 250: C00: -1
BrrvlArO I -: -: --
BrOD*FD : 19,5001 5,0: 900:
CH'PLOTTC i -3 -1 -
CIrUS I -: -1 -.


-: 200:
-I -:
-: 200:
-: 50:


DsDr : 2,700: 100: 2001 -s -: *
DESOTO : -: -I -1 -. -:
LICLAGL : -: -: 5001 -: -:
GILCMII T l -: -& -: -:
HAMILTON : -: -: -- -I -s
HAF*DIE : 50: -: -: 1,400::
HrEioN :. 4003 -: *yj3: -I 200:
HENtNOO : 100: -1 -: -: -:
HIGnLANDS I -' 00, 100' -: -: -:
HILLF.0"OUG.H I I ,'00 -: 50: -: 4f0o:
INoIAN TflEA : 300: -- -: -I 100:
JACkWC(N : -: -E -1 -: 10:
LAKE I 200 300 00:
LEE : -l -: -; -S 500:
MANATEE 10)l: -: 600: 300: 820:
tMAI ON : 2,0001 100: 103: 3051 1,000:
u:.T IN -1001 1 00: 100: 10): 200s
OFI NE r 450: -l 6b00 150: 1,000:
OSCEOLA : 50: -: -: -: -I
P-LU BEA81 : 30,0'XO 3,500: 2,5003 l,470I -:
PAsco : 103: -: -: -: -:
PIJELLA" 3 -A -: -: -: -:
POLK : 100l -: 450: -r 50:
PUTJ'M I .100: -: 1,030: 20)):
SAWASOTA : -A -- 5.;: 1,4301 3).:
SEINlOLE I 400: -: 500 4,750: -.
ST. JOHNS : 50l -: I ,5.0: -1 -:
ST.LUCIE : 100: 5,101 50: -: 150i
Su f u : 9cKs -: 300: -l 750A
SU.rtNNe : -l -: -: -: -:
UNO.DN : 100 -: -: -: -l
7lTIA 1 100: -: 150: -: -:
iii.H EEotj s: i 1,35C 50i Sio 250 25: 400:
"fAL "6 : Md00: 7,030: 10,000: 9,100: 9,000:


-:5:



*r
175:
-I
20S
25:
50s
25:

--z
500:
150:


-:
300:





-i

-"
-1
2-3:



-1


-I

-;
75:


-I


-s
-1


-: 50: 200: 2100: 1,200: 200a 5,LCJ :
-: -: -: -: 200: -: 1,250
-: -: -' -: 10): :
-: -. -: 2,30: ,100: I,t LO: 24,550)
-: -: -: 100: 195

-: 150: -. .--: o,00 : 6,0001 15,175 :
-: 75: -: 1-"t) 250- 100: 525
-: -: -: -: 2,10): -: 2,600)
-: -: -: -: -: -* I

-: -: -; 50: 50: 1,5%0C: 3,6.5 i
-: 250: -l -. 500s 1,750 1
-: -s -: 25: -: -: 145 :
-s 25: -: -: -: -: 550 :
-: -- -1 625s 200: 1 ,5') 4,025
-. : -- 10 : -: O": 1,125 :
-: -: -: -: -: 100 :
-l 25: -: -: -: 500: 1,125 :
-: -: -: 400: -50: 906:* 3,150 :
250: 675: -: JCO: I0: 3,900: 7,275 :
-i 2503 -: 250: -I 1,&00: 5,3)5
-: -: -I 50: -: 650: 1,u,0 :
150: ICO: -: )50: -: 2X00: 3,320
-: 700s -: -: 750
33 .: ( ): 2,50.): -: 2,500: 2,3V.': c,,270 :
-: -: -: -: -: -: 100 :
-- . -:

-: -: -: 175: 150: 1'O0: [,3'25 :
-* -* -* -; 3,300: -s 2,00 :
-: -: JO 75: IW2: WOwl 2,575 l
250;: 25: -e 100: 100: -i 6,4 0 '
-: -: -: -: 7,1i'0: -: 8,650 :
-: -: 50: 75: 300: 1,900: 3,125 :
-: 25: -: 300rj -r 1,500: 3,775 :

-: -: -: -: 200: -: 300 :
25: -: -: 25: 2)0): 500 :
25: 50: 200 400: r0Aj: 600 ,485
I,0001 2,500: 3,00:) 7,400I 26,200: 26,550% 166,145 I







AtMrhtilWU : -I -1 J YtU1 9,100 1
Bh AOFr O;D -: 1,000: 150I 2,400
Bjijv4RP : -a -: -l 100 a
BldclPaD I -: -I -I 24,550 ,
CMAPLOTTE I -I -l -: 195
CiInuS I -s -s 50r 50 1
D0A DE -: 150i -: 15,325
rDESoo a -: -* -1 525
FLAGLE, : -1 -: 2,600 I
GILCHP151 I -: -l 2,6001 2,8 '0 V
H-i"ILION 3001 -1 600: 900 )
HlIA.Dt i -S 900s 50a 4,5"5 l
hENOrel : -i -: 50: 1,00 pO
HErNan-o ; -i 50: -1 195 l
HIGHLANDS I -I 25: .-1 55 1
HILLS1BO1auGr : -: 1,5I00 2.30i 5,725 1
INDIAN PIVEF I -S 251 -1 1,150 1
JAC.SOi? : -2 -I 3,)0"O0 3,100 ;
LAE i -I -1 3,5001 4,625" 1
LEE a -: 3,150 :
MANA TEE I -1 200 ) -: 7,475
a&.4 Ip 1'0: -l 800: t,205
MAii, i -: -i -I 1,800 ,
O-ArdG : -I 15li 50: 3,520 ,
OSCEOLA : -t 251 -: 775 :
P'A" BAcE : -: -1 -: 46,270 1
PASCO ; -: 50: 4'0: 550 1
PIr;:LLAS I -l ',01 -:O 5
POLt' -I 5001 100: 1,625
PUINM i -; I cO: 5,003
SAPASsoA i -: 501 -: 2,625
SE[ nItE : -: -1 -: t,400 I
ST.JO"NS -s -l -: b,650 t5
ST.LUCIE : -: -: -: 3,125
Su,' rrp ) 100: 350s 80)3 5,025 a
SuuA.'.rE I -i -I 4,0001 4,000 a
uniON : -1 50: 20)s 550 '
VOLEsIA a -- 251 103: 625
MI S.CELL arNEuS 400, 5,050. 9,935
TOFAL 510: 5,500: 25,500: 197,645


-I-IL. VL.a:UI- L MLL; owiPArnt : lPNUI I INb' I 1UII-L LITkU1IJiU rTU IrJrL pr ViEs:
-50 9,5so0: 969: 69: 94: 1,132 : 10,682 :
275 2 2,675: 41: 3: 1: 45 2,720
160 : 280: 11,529: 3,919: 493: 15,941 : 16,221 i
350 : .,900: ',565: 300: 87: 2,952 : 27,8 52
10 : 205: 945: 269: be: 1,302 : 1,5,37
10 : 60: 662: 103: 72: 1,034 : 1,004 z
900 : 16,225: 2,902: 4,067: 426: ",417 : 23,42 :
125 : 650: 6,725: 1, '?: 524' B,721 : 9,3 71
100 : 2,700% 2c9: 21: 61: 391 : 3,091]
20 3 2,820: .: -, -: 4 2,824?
20 I 90as 6s I: -' 7 : 927
300 1 4,875 8,8643: 95": 49 : 10,496 l 15,373 :
I10 i 1,,10I 628: 199I 16: 843 : 2,73
40 2'35: 1,5641 3%0: 866: 2,e20 : 3,055
25 3 630: 9,070: J,69A^ I 58 58 ,622 : l5,222 4 2
f-O 6,5251 16,.-0: 4,0971 1,26'0: 21,825 : 28,350 :
150 1,300s 4,961: 6,9103 539: 12,493 : 13,793
30 3, 13l 5: -: 5 : 3,135 : -
25C0 4,875: 24,12n0 7,36,1 2,OJO: 33,546 : 39,421
150 : 3,30:, 3,234: 3,197: 11 : 6,550 : 9,850 :
'o O ,375: -2,526, 5,3291 1301 9,985 : 18,360 i
550 : 6,755: Fllli 7-J9: -121 10,267 : 17,0 2
125 i l,92i: 1,003: 513: 47, 1,503 : 3,4i6 i
375 : 3,'651 33,e851 4,006: 3,1661 40,679 : 4-4,574
I0 : 7"85 -,348: 1,002 '6.101 5,960 : .67-5 i
65' : 47,1201 I,162: 560e 113: 1,835 : ..0,-?5 'j l
10 : 5C0: 6,342: 1,62(.: 6-13: 6,5e2 a 9,142 :
125 l 1751 7,301: 6,54": 6,;: 1f,lT28 : 18,703 l
30 : 1,855: 56,00'2: 28,6 23: 5,711: 90,337 : 92,192
IIc 10 5,1101 -1,493: 4-563 662: 5,610 1 10,720
I0) 1 2,725: 2,6):s 1',210: 33: 3,8-13 6,566
525 : 6,925: 6,7101 761: eol: b,353 : 5,2 :
110 : E,760& 635: 5h: 2:i 717 : 9,J77
80 : 3,205: 8,160! 4,P03: ?I4: 13,904 : 17,109
250 : 5,275: 1,05 s 165: 78: 2,197 : ",472 :
125 I 4,1251 19 2: -: 21 : ,116 :
100 : 6501 17: 2: -: I : 6. :
20iJ 625: 12,730: 1,499I 2,'4Ooe: 16,237 : 17,062
1,430 10,365., 1,405: 451, 100: 1,953 : 13,318
10,503) 208,145: 25-',713: 98,7451 21,500: 3c0,958 : 5e9,103




Pa.. 64 TRUCK SHIPMENT SUILI'JtY

S To thosE: wvrL. nay dcubt that ,cr truck ship.,ents or pacing irnorruticn
ccOul be :conlete ;e r.:;k as;uranEr:5 that it -is at least a3s .:curat, as rail-
rc -.d shipmnt r ferniati.in rind that i. coMplir.ientrzp'.

11 ' highways lei:ding .at of "FI.rida. acceptingg one mnust crosEs over either
th-: St, rar"'s or thc Su.:nnee river ind rc.ad guard st-.tin-.; i-r: lo:cat.ed at
r2.*:, of the bridges. COnc othur hirhwa-y l:d: cut through r rouph a5nd s:rtnmpy
CLurit.r- ni. nr. trucks d:rr risk going .:ut except cr the paved hcgh'.'ay wh ch if
Sgu..rd 4. Thr. -.hift1s cof irispctor .ke.p the:.. stations -.pen 24 hcurs day
thr:ugn:-ut tnh re.gulL:r shipping season usually from Clct:cber 15:-July 15.' Sorr.-
,vrcCd.;, lines and riscellancous fruits and veg-tables Co -out during the
thr. rcnths fo.r which :r. h' v, no r.--eordj but '.h-e t.tal v:,lumr: .pr;banly d esa .
n.t, .:-:c-:d 2'00 .:.rlc-ds .:r lEa: thnn 1 per cent .:f the total.

If there is :ny in:.ccurn-cy in truck passing infonrLtic.n it would hbe that
.thM .:lunr- sh.: rnm .rs n.t quit; La high as rjctu'.rly nc.:,.d 'ut. Trucks loaded
nb.vc highurry r:gulati..ns ar. .: t lik.:-l, tc: report l:.dingr h.nviter th-n th,
l. ad lirdt. ,Moat trucker: av,.id ..v -rl-ds f r 3.evral reasons one .-f then
'beinl fearfu L f ftting .:rught and thus being played pnd h.'ving to py -a fine.

OCr inspect, rs t.-:ke g-,d lc-:k in c.ach triaci t' chcr:k cn pr.nifezstst
COn tnr .the.r :nd r.ilr-rd r.ixed cars nr,-. r-pcrtcd f-r which we h-v: r, record
f sepr-it-: ..:n'jitics. S:C tr.iht .r o-.f sgoah ar.d nin-Tr vec:tablc3s re c
1.mi tt-a i;.t-;ethor in ratlprcd rcpo-rts t-- '.,lhingtn rrnd rlay'J t: thisi Brc,'u.

Daily r-:.:- k.:.pt t1: tli biur:.-u :rnc'i that 2C,0'.1 :arlcr.dz .f vcgtablsE
Sand ",37' :arl.:ais f stra-ib:rries, w".t.-rnel.:ns nd niscc'laneous fruits psac.. d
the. r:-d guard .taLtions -.ssLlm :n pag.. -.f this rep,'rt. .Citrus parsingj of .
,19,501 carlcrdi d re -also .sh-*.7. Cn p':1> 66-75 you 'rill find truck destina-tions-
tak.-n frcr :.ur d-ily re -c-rd:. Differ.nc:: -rill be found in t]ic truck p 3sin:
,nd thn trucK p-s -ing r.:pcrted Jctinati-n-. The destinati-'ns w-.rc t-bbul-ated
by mnchin. and b:' Lup.rat-rs cutsidc thn bur.eau. Th.y had :or.ie f iriliarity with,
' Kh. w:rk -:.nd did a cg-d j'b but twy, did r:il:c .a f:w transpositions and other
* sliEit .rr.r.5. if y-u v.ill compare the c.nrodity figure you 1rill n-te tn.nt tha
diff:re-nceo n-re n:t too gr.-at

rrucr tr.nsp.: rt'ti'.n ,.-f all fruits Anrd vect: blt: in 1'40C'-l did 2 little ,.'
b.tt:r th,.n h-.ld it s C.T in 'omptnpti:.n .'ri t': their fbrs h"of transportation. In-
t* orstat, trucl chiprents aLc, untje for 25.7 per cent in 19Z5-39 seasun, 29.; in..
1959-.0 and 29.7 in 1940-:l. You *rill find dctciled conrprison of rail.. cxprens
b-at :.nd true: chipr,:nts on p--.gus 20' :-hnd' 1.' We use" the tLrns tru:k shipments-
rind true!-: pe-inc inter.hnrd..bly in th. rep..rt. :. accouJnt i- t-akcn of truck .
3hiprno-cit3 withinn this State. Th-r: c r. re n:. b. -t shipr..ntz fr.:rm o.n, Florida point,
1t srn:ther rn 3 seld.ren Zny intrasttt, r-mil shipminta fcrrit .; Flc-ridn:..point .t: ,
.n:tr,er rid scldc-i :.n, intrastict. r:il ehipnernta. S-ne pet. trca r- hauled to
Jck in'.'ill- f.r b.'.-t shinent snd -r- freditedl to r-il int.tad 'f bat zhipmeints.
In s.-ri sers-n: such r'.il Shipn-rnts exca.d C1000 :?rl:.as.

3e,.:-t ship-nnts rn-,' -: c:.nrid.:'rabl;. li:ss during the 1-?-.l-2 suas.n due to
a.m. t::.ts hnvinp b-en tl:;in out of th; Fl:ricrd fruit r-nd ve.'.tabl: service f,.r
.th.r rdefen- purp-?z. '.: one :n-ijs -rhat th? actuall curt-.iln' ,.nt t.ill be but
th':r:- r:r variou.--tinrit:s that bcit s-rvi-C vill bU. iuot *.'C-6. per cent; *

Ri-lro:d. claiin th.e:' c-.n .t..r:a err: ;f. the :dditi'n:l service ihlicnh iay be
.r.:quired of th.i. Thi truc'l:.rz trill continuee to dc business, .1c hopc that
th.-re 'rill be n:. trecn.sp-rtatin difficulties but there arc Senec unc-rtaintic.3,

On paec gO f this repnrt-y ,Ju :ill find thi -fificial citrus crop beslirnat.
f:r the 19-;1-42 s.ce.:n. This repert-c v,-.rcd c..nditin3 as .of October 1,-i94trrr
jnra Jf cours- is subject to changes ao' the soc3on prgreasss. .









T.U!TYi SIIAS .':;iL !A.wL.ETS Y.,ECEIVI::G itl.-ST v'GEIAELL'S
.jlj "'I .CLLAJ EUS FR'I.. t' f,'.CFK FR '! FLLCRI-A

'ESTiATI'i'S A'D5 CArL'A;US
(D.-? n-:t in.:ude '.Ltr'u 3-o page L,)


''e.; Yorl:

3enrgia


1';crth Carol Irna


AI ab ana

South Carollia
l iashinrtcn, D.C-.
.Marylnd .
fenr.- :ec
C- '- 3

Loai : iank~
Illinois
'itiscuri
Ohio
Kent ucl.-
'Pesct VirginiFA

:,ii3:isaippi
Indiana
Ilic'iigasn
Sub Total
Other Stl-tts

TOTAL 1HU irkSTATE
WEST FLOHIMDa


Carlc.jis:







1 ,


1, "-
1 ,1C5


1 ,107


cl5








212:






21,092:


21,54:

210:


CIr loads 3


,'eorgcia ,'.'?: -
1J-12, ..' a.:

1J:rth Carolina 2,1'*o:
Virginia 1 ,L7 :

S:.al 't C..C 1 ,1,:1

Eln hinrgt:n, n ..'. 1,0:35:
ti r:-'l d 1 ,';C i:
re! Lrr, e r1 e

11 in- u !:, i


Lihir:. i7
Indianc ,01
Le-t irLintia 271i

Leui~St te3
L: I rtjckl'y 2 14




:si S 3.tachuUett- I''
Su. Total 22,0:;.
,':-her St .t? 5r.?

T.T.AL IlrSt.SrTE 2.cLL
IC5T FL,'RhID,L 21.:


I:'e Yorl: 5,'.'I
Gocr gi 2,69?
F ar.n-.r l ni'. 2,153
!.,.:rth Car'olina j,928
Vir-niiB I',29
;": .i CrS i. lir, 1 ,1(..7
',Ai-,l:,to>ri, D. C. !1,113
A iib'-CLa 397
l!ardl n.r dei2


Il]in :el 'ir1
L'..-:a- Lcn

L:;ui: irn:. 562
O'ii:, 5-"5
1I.srou.ri 37
s. as chuje tt : t21
l.'.zst V'irCiria lIg

Ir. -i. nn 1q9
1-:,.-1 L1 r. 1iJ4
:1.:.w .Jor ce.,' 10l
Sit. Tor-,! 21 ,LDS

':'th:r St.t.'3j IL )

TOCLL I.: 7E.RSTATE 22,551
.F?1'T LO.:ID', 245


!',TE: Origi;l.1 pis:lng reca'd.-d ,:..re c-:onv.:rt.te b:' our rl.t *:nverso, fa:torc
an follo-rt E,.ns 5.,S bu. LLiiu.r ':00 bl. C--:bage 2500' It..
Celery ,.5 rat.'s. Cul:e: l50 Lu. ,ggplon. L70 p.:ss. Ez.c.Fe',s 580 t'.
Pepp.rs L ,., pLk :. Fotato,- 3 .5.' bi. Tor,'r.o., ,u pLk.s. L uLched
Ve,-tablc-3 2700' d*ozn Dou 'ho.:. Corn 2JO dDzon. Lottuer 5'3 pL-rc.
Squash 500 bu. Field rees3 j0') bD. Cthe-r Veogetbles 500 pK':.
Avocados W60 pl:.t, Strawberri-.z .10 crate:. '.:,tor-olon 1"-00' nol.3.i.
Lin.'-s 600 r[:Fs. OIt'rt r Fruits 5'0" pacl.Liaou:.







rP'.,'} [DL3TI:A Iui3 ,- iALL C.F lmjI.. A.AFETS [[i P.AIL C;JiLOT EQi.l'VAL2iTS
'.;iftALE3. SfT-A'.Li'-LRRIES. J.TI.l. LLIUiS .JND MISCELLUAEOUS FRUIrS
OctoLber il,l'A. Jul: I i,i9L1
1 [-T.r'.ij E AS T.TtIli
:.: .b-:L .'-i : .[:E .En" :FP''p-:Fo.-a-:TQo:me-: n u
D :t inat ions :True:: :B -s Li -su .sce'i r"' :Cukes :,pl ant q :rc. p-rs : toe 3 :'E 3 :'reg
vcii3i r 1 rii.r.. 1i 2. 21 2 : l .F. 7': ~7: 3 ;. 0: 1. 7 Z- i.
I : :! 2 : 3
'AfYLAUJ.' = **'7. i '- 1 2'* i: ,c.. -,- 1. 4i- _0 J 7i* 1ii: 1
L lt in:re : 11': : 1b :.. 2.l: 12' 2'0: : 1: 19 I : 8: 27: 1 .7: 1:
:.: ciitt 1': ': i i 1: .i :; li .


ir. .TEISSi : 'Y 1A 1c 7: 1 1 : 11-5 ':
r: 11: *: : c: *: 1: ;: 1: C2 -:
lu, lIjj. 1. c. 5 .. c 5 2 II, 1.

_rl_" ci *r2hi ,.. : : *T : 0 ";_: 2 _ i : ? : : __ __ _: 1.: 11
ril ::burg 1 I: 1 : : : -: 16: : 7
1 u '.- -- -

'.q-w Y,.. Cit, : ,l I 1 : l : O' : : *): I :
u_ i lo i 2': 1: 1: -: *: UI -: *: 1 :
Ic..-:t r 17: : -: -' 1: -: : -1: .: \: :
',-, r ir h' : I 5. ,: 8 ': 2 1 1 : o 1 ,: 12 :




S C i 2 -A -1 r. lI :
BJ osf on : ,?I R: : 1 : 1; i: 2, -: 1': 1 : -:
l : -r : 3 -- ,: -. c. r -I -:

"r : *'" : := : 1: i: 2 2.




:H i j 10: 1; 7 ; 1 *; *; 1 : 7 ; I;77m
, ';ili,,' ji U :. 1 ; ; -: -; ": 1 .: :
-01BI ....
ol icrus :. i : : : .;: 1: i: .: 1: 1 : "1

Evmn uis : 1: ; 1: _: 1: : *: 1: : : '
V"'Uvi l : ,: .?; .: ,: ,: 1: A: -: i* 2
.I : "l: *: : : : -: 5: 2r *:
t h'... l l I ,. : j .. ... .. ." ',, l J. _

S -: lo7; 2: ,.: ,2 ': L, l : : : 1
,.4.


"Detroit. : ,: : -; -: 1- :; l: : i:
S: : 1 1 *


.t.t: .,i '!' '.i -- 1.: l 2:. -1" e : "-1: 1 .P i* 1 ,-! ;. .10
C:rl"t Cc.r."-r:ior : 0: 0 .:65 : z5: '*: 6 O idO: 550: 500: 2000:
F', t.r rs bu: b..: lbs-:rts: :tu pl:,s: 'b-pl:g ; b it pkgs: d z:;
(I : Le:, tL 'nv c.r lc.I
[rhctionf l cars rLak' r-li-ht ,i ifer-ences in tot(.l .







Ft-: c7
TRUCE: DE3TIlATI- '3 TO ALL IO1 F,.RTT !-.F.i:TS I: R.iTL C.J .LOT Ei.IVNLEITS
,Gr SLT;i[ f3, j .i 'tR:IL3. nJ '' LLulS .:.rb i 3CELL.a'JE US3 frijTi ? I ConT. '"i
,.ctiurr f11,1','O Jul1, lsl,9 1

Nu.i iZ..J it ESLBDJ
:Esa':F'ldi:Let-: :Cth :Ava:t tr :','tlr-: :,-tr : -rand *
D:st in t i ion3s Corn: r.l- : P a.- : tuC,3 S uash :V ,s1:7 a,3 :ri : t-er :rr Ions :LLne: Fr't T't l I
: :: : : :

...a r'-Oi.,. C. : *1 1L: 3: 1 1 7 ,:, l: d :
s1- *'E -3E 5: 1. ; 1. :. l. -. :
O h..at..r ,r : :, : -: !,: : : 5




0*n.r .oint: : '. 1. 'a 1 1 a 2; '-. 1'2 1a -j 1 :
FE0 t'..LVA i.-: 1 : *; 1; : -: g : -: .; d.: ; -: 17:
EPhil d l i. 1 : I: | 1 7 : -"': .: :: .: -: 1e2 :
itt.burf. -: : -: I. -: : L - 9 :


iGthIr Point 1: 1: % -11. 22 \. -: 1A:
i I IT 4 f.
t.: : 1I 941:


liw 'i'rk City : -.: .-: -: 1: -*,c: l .7 i.,z: 71. I.7: 1 : 1: 5 11:
.l'f o -: -: -: -: : -: -: -: -: 8:
Ro.h-stcr : -: -: -: -: -: -: 1: :
_Qt_'r Po t : 1 _': _ ._ z'. 3?. 1: : Ir:
RilG 'L ISLilli ___-_ __ 1- -_ ; 1 __ ,-L -- --- --.i"-



?.S3AClU3LTT3 I Sh '1 : 1 ji 2: -: !: : : -: : 21:
Boston: : 1 1: : : : 1: -: -: 0!:
Otter Points -: .-: . .,. -: 17;
.i ,AiPSir TT _: -- -:-'_- .i: : --: -. 2 ___ .:

C .L .: -1 : : : L : '

S.: : : : : :
C :-____ _-'. ; .- : __- _:.__ 1.: ,: ,;^ 1. ; _-:__ .

ni1 : *: -. :: -. 5 -. 21l __. 1. 50 :
Cin'i.nd t0 i : -: *: : :a L: : -: -: luu:
Clevola. d -: *: 1 *: : -: -: 1 U
Co1,.c-bu : -: -: -: ,: i l .i
Oth',r Point3 ; l -: " i 12. : i 11. *; 1; i. :
II: i.'.J' : *: 1 a *: I .,7
Ev,.nsrilt s : : -: .: .' : 1: f -: -: 51:
IZdicn: polis : : -: -: a -- : s: 1 -: 1 :
Otrir Points t 1. *_:__- 1 LI:



.,- t:1.1ar Po .t ; -; .1 : 2. 8.: I: -70
ILLC IC S : -: -: 1 . 1: : *. ,:
Thitrolt -: a : : I: -: 1 -: 1.:
,Othor points : - a -r 1I --. 7- 7i, 1 : 70i
I LL !I C- I S

HICHIGD l 1* ,ua : *. -: 51u1
-et roit : : n tz: -: : T: I
UtA or tr-ints : -l L, g 7, 1; co oI:
VE.T VJPGh': * -. 1' 7.j a1..a1: .

|| Ltrlot Con.eor -sO ., .-, ;...0: t50 ): 5 '.' uu: u-C': jlu Iuou: c0ut: 1.'J':
6 .ia0 Fh iors :d : : .-bu: t.u:crts: b.u:pI r s:p3kgF S: .rts:nolonS: pl:'3:-kgs:
NOTME Lu.;= than elrlots.
Fractionsl caru r.uJi :1 i:ht. di rf r t.cJ in ',tl:.





FP.i_,C' L"/,.j I!hic':J Ir 3.,c'TiLIER: U iC.Im,'. 'LJuI T IU PAIfL. ,Cai.LT ECUI'.7LE4 TS.
f-,LT..B -.3. .'i '. I I," ".T; 2R. 1 3. ,
..:tult.3r ]. ,1 .~0 "- July 1 m.'.,- 1

l:tj .'t't Lrn, :Truck.;.:F.ar .;: Ici ata:i;.,-;r'. : .ul:as pTpjt:PFu& :p.rs:to'4 :teas :Ve-s .n

Ir::niMOhE.: 3: 2: 1: 5 1: 1: vS; : I
Lobile- I 2: 1 *: 7: --Li h. :- 7: 11: 1:. la
:.'.Tr t 'rt- ; ,-. :- 15: _-2 1- -i 1 : - 1- L 4;

FLORI, A ,.R 1 *.. l 2o u; 3_ M .1 .. 7. : , 6 1': "--.: J'R S
10 : : : : .. .
.:.,,A , : J.L'7 '- : ;. I,ji 121. -; 1 : 1. c-, . 22:
.Alban" : U c 0: 1 wi : *L u c5 2: *
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, -ust : A 21: ': : t.l i: 1: 11: 1 1.
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KEJaTUCl Y -n: *: : 8l 1 2 : : 2: : ": : l .:
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Charlcstrit : ti;: j *: 5i U *: ": I1 :
Columbia : 2 : 21: 31: c 2c :: 0- : 2:
Gronvillo *: : l L: : 1 1: *: 1: i:
t bur : 1 : 2 : *: 1: 3:
O. her PAin, s :. .,; 52 i : 12 r: 12m 10 2f2:
TEF.NESS1E : ji ': ': Li: 19: ti 2: 1it:. : i -- 5:
Crittanol : *: -: s 1: 1: l 1: i 1: yU :
Jonison City. : -: *: .:: : -: *: -: *i 2':
Lnoxr illo 2: : : 1: 2 : -: -: : 1- :
:Onrhis : 1: *i L: ; 1; : -: 2-1:
. :ash llo : 1 -: 2: *: 11 : 2 *: -: -: 271:
. t. or .oirn. . 5 1; : 1: 1 u u1. 1: L -1 -.u-L-I' I
'.i.GII1 : 22- 3, 2s I12 20: i- 7: r,.5 .'L: *. is 1 12 0:
Sristol : *: : i .: : -t -:
L,, nch.b ur 1 : .1: :.1: .: 1 1: *: .1 ):
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dclh-sond : 1 2: 1: : : L 1: ;.7 It: -: LL
I 'anolo I *i 1; : 1 '*: 5 U: 1. 206:
Other Paints : 1. *; l. i Es rl 1% : 1 1l:
C g -ati D : e i I u2- u C s c?- ( U.:^ i A.? U1 1 1 0 9 ; 1 o / J .
GiCa'fot Conv/r- :aiX0 i '1 500: 550' j00: a;d: 00u: 6a%:lot J 90"J: 1?uu
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De tinatioh s Corn: r .ol o a t:i-:' 3' i.zV: L do`: b r3:rm l..ln3:Limvs:Fr't : Ict.I
A -: : 1: -: L:
A: ; : : : : : : : :
R.AiS. AS : i -; *; : *. ; 1; 2_ : ; ;I 8g
Little Rock : -: -s d: ": I: "" : I: 'i -: -: 7:
Other Points : -; *; .; : ': *- ; -1 1:
CAIFO A -; -: -:
CO LORDO ; -" -; -: \: -- : : -. 1

O40.SA : -; -; -- -: -- -i: -
W'ichita : -: -: -: -: -: -: -: -: -: 7:
I Cther PoirLt. ; -; -" -; -; 1: li -: -; 2
114rES:0rA ; *; 1; *: i; -: 2: -- : 2',:
.!ISSCU7I : : '': ; l 1 ; 11. : 21; l ., _; 2 r,:
St. Liui3 : -: *: 1: 9: 2: 1: : : -: 190:
Othflr Foints ; *; -: 1: ; ; .2 *2 5. ;.: 1,; -: -: l. 0 ;
*,v TIEBR. U I..


Omaha o t ; : -: 2. .. -: -
Other 1 : : : : : 2
17 }.153S u I -. o 2: .
EiP.AS1 ICO : -: 1- : *: -- -.


0KhAlIOLVI : -; -: -i i '. ; I : L i
Oklahoma City : -: -:: -: I: *: : : *: -: -: 2
Tulsa : -: -: -: -: i: *: *: 2: -: -; -: iL:
Other points : -j -; -j *; *; . ,- -; -; c
11 &A: : -; -: - -- -: -:
OR EG -: .; ; ; .; -. "; "; -; -; ; I;


SOgLD IJdOTA i ; -; -1 _-; :i ": -; *. -; -'.. -; 5;
TEXAS : 2: -: ': : : : : 1 : -:
Dallas :C -; -' -: *: : : : -:
Forth l northh : -: -: -i -: i '*: -: -: -: -: :
Houston : -: -: -: -: : : *: : 1: -: -: 1 :
San-An-tonto : -i -: -: -: :- Ii:
Othe-' Points 3; -* 1; -; .; .; -; -; 110;
3 i : : I I : : : : : : -:
-'; t-S i _'ot ; -;, -; -, -: -: -; -; -: -; 1;
ASHtiGTON -; -: -: -: -
v hrSCO SI NI :. -' *: "*: TI -' *: -: -: 21 ;
M(Uiwaukee I -: -: -: -: -: -i -i -: -: -s 1 :
Other PQi]nts -: -: "-: -: -: -" -: -: 1:i
: : : : : : I:
. IX NG ; -; -; -; -; -. -; -. -! -; .- 1;
G : : : 1 00 I
C.Gi1iND TOTAL 2: 1 2: 114: 1,: 5: ,b, r0: 2: : 1000:








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F1 ri d (.L .s.i.r., s ?1 '; i s c i1-. 7: 0: i-: 1! 1iq: ; -
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* LSu.:, iC-,' l 2.'.: :: 1, .,; '. 5 1 *I 2 1 0:, 1:

LTetsleanSe. c.LL', c : ;. 12: l1 s 2: 1. l I l2:
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Ii s.urio : :,: 1 -: C: ?: 10: !: .): 11 25: -*
r'y, r. l : -, -Ur 1 -
,e rms i .. i5 7: : 5 : l : -: 71: *: "8!: -s

, D .:.',TAL : 'liL: 1 : : -9 17 : 116: 5: 2 7:.-1. *2: 1: 5 : -7
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, r.'-" e : -: ,-' -: -:
V.3rnorit *- -: '
Con:.d : -: .-: -:
Cnlio : : 2:
Indians : 's -: *: :
Illir.o ta : -: -i 1: :
"L:hiij.rh : : -: a
'Ist, ilrgi1i4 : _ -| *i I
Gro'Ap ct.il i 55! lt8. 4: 113:
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2 24: iL 0. : 1. 5 .
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S i i : l l:l -'
2: ':3 : 5: : 1: 2: 1:
L 1 '" "I l ; 1; i;

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Alabama V,: ': -.. 5', 17: : I: 1.7: *: : ? 1
Flor 1I .I1.SuJ. : ~.: : ; t: 5 1: L: li 1: I :
Gecrgss : "i 1I: 77: rf: 72: cc: 10: 3.: l- 2: : 21 -9:
Kentucky -: -: : 1: 1: 2 *: 2: .: .: 11 l
Lc,. ifa 1: -' ;e I 1 1 1. 3 S 1: St2:
* ',:i-sis ,W r.ri *" ., 4 l *: 1, 1: : *, 1, :
ilrtn iarolinr, : r .l1 7: 2" r. : 2 i 50: cO 1: 1920:
Sou ,tn Cr,orl-ins : 0: 2 ': 21: c' : 5 .: ,': '-i: *: 5: 11e :
T.'nnzesse. : : L. 19, .: lo: ": -:
Vlrgini a 2 ".: ; 12 -" ; 12:; 7: : cr: i n; 1t 1260:
;roup Totol : 227: 50 158: 17: 25'.s 189: 49: L8.1: 41: 9: 21 4, 9o2:

WESTJRJ
.Arizona : : -: -: : 1 -: *: -
lar,3!rS3 -: -: _: .: *: -: 1: 2: *: -: 5
Cnlia'rr.tn a -: -: -: -. -. -: -* -: i:
r ulcr" do : -: -: -: : ,: -: -: 1: -, -: -- 11
-: -': -- 1: .
n s -: -- -: 1: -: 2 :
*.i i-e ot, t *: -: 1: *; : : -: 2': -' -: *: 2)I
Kisso rl : *: *: 1: 1:- 5: 11: 5 1: 21 -: 29 1
iu:ntin- : -a n -
Ne2brask : *: 1: 2 -i 2g
Nbo M!exhc : -: *. - L i
Okl'-.horma : -: *: I: -: : :.: "- -: -
.ureori -: -. -: -. i -
-50So'.lAh. Dul:t a - : 1
T.3x3s 5: -, 1: L 1: 2: 5: 1: 4 -: 462:
''sllngton : -, -: -. -: -,i I ] i
,is3con3in -: -21 ': -- 21,
. '.Tyon~ing, -* -r -. -, -: -=J --:- *= -- 1-
Group Totl,1 i 5% It 2: 2: 16i 15: 51 .-,i ? l7000S
C'UID-TOTAL. 2:35, 23?7 1. 262: 8 9, tJ.L 1: 17ili4, ?7': 103 '54: 22794:

"NOTE *LC'L rntins "L. tr'.n cnrlots", i.r,'- c 3unts fo'r strie 3C the -i .fere- rc s.?s
in totals. S-" ....g s -'-71 focr shiprniit3 to s'rall i.n' lrgo cities.


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SALES I) RETAILER .r: E.UIVALE:IT SAL?3
t':n-[THL: CIILFL AVERAGE'


Fl Erida 1.- Grr dE- A FEs. 24 A:. 0 er rC.:'


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12'" L7.6 3 S8.J 29.2 c7.' 29.j 33.9 41'.4
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1 1 02 2 ... .0 21.0 5.0 .
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1 1'7' 1' .9 1C. 1 '. lc.) ''.14. .
1 25.. 1 1.~.. 3. 0 .1 21." ': ?1.

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1, 3 Z'.5 25.L .1 2 5.2 2a.L .1 '.- 3ic. 3 .e
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192,>, -,., .-'. ',. ) *. '. .1 4.0 31.
7 '.1 2.? 5. -7 2.7 32.5 ..4 27.L
1 C ,,., -'- I ,' " 2:I 21
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1 21. 2L.' 2L.1 2.. 22.-. 2., 21.2 .
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1.- 27.. 2.cn 2.? 2S.u 27.0 2?.1 2.-. 26.6
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Ft-, 75
CATTLE FPAiSI!'G ii L'jTIDA
Florida nt,. a totsl :f 6i LJ?,' .sttle an 19?29, .'cm*rpareo to 1,351, Ci'.) crat ir .
19 ', .';hni'ch la en itcrcze or -.. rCer :ont in rT hE i)-_c ,rr period. The ",,lue :n',:re aed
frm .,1 ',90,0 E in 19-9 o '. ,t L ,O' C in l'a-*i, an -'roe '" per '.ert.
Florida's dair incorn e I'cr l',i' **. : ,111 ,-J. lO ;v.iil in 11-9 it 1 u- nted t:,
,15 1 25 r,'6, or arn incre- o of ,b-.ut 5 e5 per ent. Florida 13 no. prod jc i.- .ll :
::',o 1 nill: that i& c-.nsorled in. tic. tat:, a rt mrpart: much :..wt cr..c-, r.'ai At'i
b,-prod',cts cf mill:. Florie i: n.L i r.:,a c'l ber.,:cn 5 purc.nt ;,ad 5 .-r .:u,:t of
t' lu b f- it con:L''.'lT : r.i'd st.'ut LO p[..r curt tof the rpork. Thi. : quit, dit C':-rintf
,.'tur f'ron: tilnht of ten or fift. yer '-r.:.
To. total o:,f loridja t:ttic arnd alv:s-zscld in 19r'9 jrC. it.. t.: 2.L,0' hca,,
w.ai, 1 in 193' 3L ,,'0 hlisJ vou-ro so!d. 7hi: r-.pr' a;nt: ri L7 pe-r cent ii.r'rcos-.
-,..e valus of titcso ozttlo sold re--pr:z. nt1.d r. c.' .-r c-Cnit ner.c uc. 19? ov.r lc-a).
l ',s h.y','s thaiet qolit .:s, inprcvr.d :.v .r :ro priod.
iNh rcrnad:- bull- incrars- .r:'rn -. to ,.uO n'.d oth-r craI: bull- Croan I,250)
t j 9.,0u in 1.j v'or.r .
"ho rro'th' in niu.b:rz of pur br.d r.n nigh .ra-d:. bull: :,v *r this lO-'."-r
period ias 5.j00 per Tent. Gr.do bAll: in 19 .jrpnpr.d it.i 1959 aho.s anr inr.crec.a
*of Lt: oar cunt iiirc'n.:.' in unb.urs.
Flaridu' ; totnl liva st.ck, includint- all cattle- and cl've3 (r.'n.Tro, A.-iry -:r.d.
mix.:d), h!i-:, shoc-., C.d ou'ts, in r.Su.n r- a from I,L7. ,L., hc-d lui.d' at ,22,'25,1 JO
1t. i929, to ),L2'; ,~1 h:.a it,..ad at .'.,545,9.o in 19-.9 This r.)pr-sjnt: total
inrcr-coa ir. all' n iio .5t s a :: nri.:d of 1<- prt t Ca![d n itiiri.,e i nse r. lu:. of
-, per cont. In this uTm i C.i'-,:or prIod, tr e :-r t .ta il acrii ultural n .,, -. f
florida gr::. 55 por count.
Th: FlP rid-o Strt j DLj:F.arr-.:nt of Agric'.t.iC red th.: Flordr. State r:rk-'tinr
Bureau hava. had man.' r :aos". ,or inform ,tin concErnil1- clorid's relLtiec F.-ition
as ..a bcof ar.d d.ir,' .ttle Stc.tt f: : cpar.-d "rith othor ttat'Dz.
Bolow ,ro. some fieuroc .'j,-ke. from Fo ':,l a as fr -...r 1'5,). Tn. :n[l
oxcoption t.:. tho:c 'iuires 1r-) th on.-(Z r i.Ctit to. Flr.rid.':. ro figur's us..d for
Florldn ,re r frj i. tnm atat- nA ri.ci.ltur l 'r.n3au t i:'n in 1 .c.-I 7.
St tc. 1.n. of Hoad Stuto li:. *:f Z HI,,d ta to 1io. af H. nd
T' as i' ,G55,'0o Colurado 1 1-7, 00 W .r Khi:ngton 7 ,.00OO
Io.n 4&, tS,C'10 Florida 1, il ",u' I d aho 7 ,0o
Minnizsot' 1 ,'-000 1.1iS s ,ippi 1 ,&t,,U'. lIorth `'rol in Oc4, 'O0
Wisconsin ,3,' ?, i-cr-th Dakot 1,.28.tC '.'C Uw:t Virginia l. ,OCO
ilobraska ,+ 'V'-u Etntuckv 1 1'- Vrm.:r nt L3 ,'JCC
kansas 7, '000 l' ilo. 1 1,170,;0i Utah :'3,000
Illirois 2,e99,000 T.raion3e,, 1, 170 ,'0'' l.r.a c6, r0
Missouri %c,. i ,u."' Arl;-!rs r3' 1, li ,O'.-:. South C-'rolina 5=C ,000
Califor'ni.a 2,c,'J Lo.uiciain 1, 099,' it r-rlcnd ,C'O
Oklahona 2,1 2,30: .A.lbs. 1 ,),0,JO0 Il-ain 3,0j-
:cwt Yorkt: 2,137 ,-O iont'uai. 1 ,Olo,00c.' lI'; J.rocy 197,00
O.3io 2,. 0,00 COr.. .:.n 99) ,0' :las sochu3.'tt; 193;,000
.ichi '-n 1, 07',,"00 Gooric. 90/,000 oracct ic.,t IC0,0.00
[ndianz. 1,6 ,3,000 Virrini 83t,0 I00 .: H'unrshiro 12J,00.
South DL;otc. 1, ,07 ,000 *vonir.0 .3 c.,'j, DolAiar: ,000
Pannsyl'.-nia 1 ,:)' ,00'' AriL- oar. OT7 ,00" Rniiod,' ilrind ;.0,000
Stat-es li lrc T,,: Orcron. liovr-di and '3:chiLr:ton FrJ-u :oriider.'A rAti-.: oritlo Statoa; 'hi.l Stat3-s like ,
Nabraska, Oklahoma, Ennacs, t!orth rJnd South Ds.:t, LoJin:aln, lablr'ia and
.Missisaippi ore cnortrll;, :oon-Td.;d .'s seri-rcr..Zc St.tcs.
From thj c.bo-ba fir.gut-s on: aIll noto thLt Floridi 13 thj lth St.ate anr c ttlo
nurbersl as a sooi-rr-ngz Stato, Fl:-rldad r-:L: ataout. 7th, liiC'L as a" rarino Stta she
rr-ks third.
rho Florida Stat.o lJEr-k.tin Biroctu hna hAulp'd in i,.'n-,' :,v.*: tj bring bat-or li-73
stoolt urkc.tnan condition; ir: Florida. It In: help-Ad ir. obtain1n- nor. p'-cl:er :n.-
petition and cooport:.d .'Ith ihll par.'r burrs, orrani:-d eOop:r:.i',a D 3lling, auction
markets, livvu st-: l. trsaii, grading liv3 .toc-k, caid h-s : c-rp.rct.-d
with any nti all tige cios intaroaitd in better mark."t- f'.r lv-i st-ck prod.cors.
Today thu total inv-.;2tmrnt irn Fl-trid, livc st.ck: pr.sturcs,, t'eti.'. Ir':i, etc.,
by live st3.k p.roduac-r: r..proa-ntr rn in:.'.tmn,-nt ..f tb.ut .175,-,00,000.




A'V'::F.-:E iU',PATI'.i3j. CaTTL A'0E HOGS, BY GP.AES

r.:3 Str..te a rPi:e -iniiL' Burhit ,.is hid n urrirous requests f:.r ..iatcrial sh,'.vliI
ri.':a o*i. li'.' t:i. .r" Jckso ,a'tilie, b,, l3.o. grades an]J u%-i'hts, ar,.n rro.r :
.3 i'r.:-j-,ti.l3. To? 3iip thi ;iiLfor..atic.:.n t -.e lo..l-lvin r:tC teri l h.s beLn c:.Ji.'-nsed
fr or i tc -h :-r d-t .il a :Lted-inr',', t.' L. H. L'"i'i Li--nua c .: Spc lizt, ah:.:'.9.n,u
'5, ,ratr rt,., a i ,. rric.? s .f c:-w3, cr.l-:, strs rn nd:r i Dr, th., 101'.. : c-.. 'ilI1,
r. arl: .t. 'i' hr .S 3.t' ,ilear :.i .l.r.;it. i uln C L n' : .nd i l.,iltri '.
SJp o.l" ..! acr. ad .-n the Con t:rL rIEIjt cA.iti:iu n'I t;: the T.r ice for ii -'iur
hYi, s hich..r t ir f.r Ichtr h;.ss hi.l cl ft n tr:. r:- .*rs.: i. true. The Fr.-forr.d
i.3ji,h 1t1 .n tu Clghi e;, r. r-.r -;t .re it.-.2c lb:.. Thit: 'ppli:s o s.:. t Sautn.'rn m.rkots.
'- rriC:, .;'p:i sIna.-rl. i n Svptc;,b..r 1 ;, 'wh'r, the a '*nr stnrtcd but soon acttled.
-r c '" '1" .-'c r *..' I, iiLnor durii.F r nr' ,'rl d "- the "'crr thorn r.otnzr period .li
a'io v.:r thl.: 1i t 13 rr, ,ut 3.* tL; dotr. Calf pri,.? ni cd ndlin jumn in
SCFpt:-l-..r ai Oett r ,.:r, i miich is runu l. !lot..: th r _l:.: rrlccaI pr:ail \ in
,1-. -&tl r ,1 "tl s ".L 1 '- 1 l a.d f.or the :ars 195, 19) r-':, 1935 :.'to that
-i ..o r,..t :-ril .i',c .: t1. 19 ?., uni. !h 1: rflo.:t-oa thr uim ihoj it 1 .r 'tr .
.-r i d :.-tti. pr-.:3 In 19 r t r t 'I' : tL O tho 1 anid rl' 19)1i i rr.ce-3 ,
i.: 3t.- r or 1 :.s r" li'- i-r. the aprinc of 1''35 and 1in t:ic s, .r :,i 1 5,
bit t. ''-ori'..n i ''.do d'd not s..- to b.: 3:. much r.P'.ctcj Lu th"- -ua-icr of i9;`'. his
. L-.:rl t -. u'3,J i'., 1; 4 :.nd i:i 1- .c, th :.r,. % 3 s :iort f :cad r:.p, which .-,,d.a it
ii -.' :,l.t -i-. i:,in G o:.d r ..,: Ot:,: r" tha-t '.:.,lJ *-.:nnrnd r: l r.-ic:' All 11-.,:3t;:.i:
rr -.s .i,a: r:.at' il d 1,... i ..: 1;7, In th:. f.:.llo-in ani l r.s, t .r.i cCipar t.s..n,
.' O, .*:nr at,_..v'. or Li ri:r3 t.3 r.'c,' .. igu,,h : l. .' ',ri.acm moi th.' p ri.od- an th&W o
'. a.: i'.o"i l.l .- rl:. t it i:.' t;" ca..rri c Ld:i r.i : ', :.. iltr i" ,ri 3 i.,. im rk..t
I'l'ctt. tio [: f.',il.:' l:.1:' 1,", **"i' x. ':v. 'a.-[pti"-i. th: J l:".-ont .1ril : 1 m rl::t t-:rnd-
c:r ':r' ii?": rn..

JaCiSi.,'JVILLE. Tho b.:t rnirl:.t ;:-inti :'r .o,'. -,re Futruc.r thr.iucl A'I Cust, 'ith
th: top north: b:' bnc L r,:h, "Aoril ''d -. d ', 'i4 h Ap.ril .-i l.:;. b.:ing .:.O.e-ptioir.'ll
:tro:n -iri-t r,.onthii. dia n' .~.- sold oll orven till Sant tr..b.r lat.
CiL1T .3
JaiK Si,'!..ILL : .d F-1.C--s. '.1:t.o.r, l.: '-' b.r, I L:cOiLb r an d Jnw. ry r. p: -cr
Month- to ::il t:- _rd:.. :arch, April, ,', Jun:., Jul..' t.id ... 'o t ',ras th3o months
'.,: sell .1:. ; ",, _t tl-.. .,st 1r i C c htali d IIrr 'n l t to Jun.: 1st. i.dtli Calvos.
Thilr. rudri. .oi l; "'1ll ifron Fobn r :.rv,' l-t tihr-uth ,'?tb:..r lat, i' .-. .:;st prices pro-
.- llin d -ine theo i-rntha ,. Fobr cr.y, ,::.r:h-, HI in J ily. Thesu *o .7..' sho..uld go
to .irl.;t rbef'.r. iilct 13t I., las sen .-`:np-t l. i 01'O Good' grn cail-A-s which night bo
bz hIt r t i: Aist a S pt r.:b r f -r '., d r .r tock.:r puirpo.. :.

JAC;'..J .i! LLE. Gc-.. :r a.ds :- d -r':ac :t.-:r:, I ii h.d in L-oai lot:, c-Al l .st
,irii,.: th th] rT r 15 t ."l ; pr..- '-. li : hli. ricO ths, ji'r -'7h, April
:d '.. 3 :3 ct..va.l. :to.r. a -.1' t.. 'r:.:c '.,t n gust r S rt.erber 'whlt th' :.. A n
b: pu.t li 1i. l:ts :.i 3sild O-' 'cu'Jr -st,,': tc. tn id'.nta t:D both pr:,dia,:r 'and'
p LT.hro'or. D'In rlt- th: -'urs 1- -.5-'- r'ad 't-0r.-r str.i .lt an ,d C.?.iso oni h'l
.'Jo l ity -bt.-:r- ht.a in'.i t.:. :ttrac't C'd... L.u'.r-. G-cd st:iock r :tc..ra nay to sold
oti or 1:. a;-'ril ,'r ". y, .r ".e z'.rri:d till i.,ct r.n i Sopt a:l-cr and b-'- c d' ,: food-jr3
.r put %I i -'1 l .t: kall st: r- r r liat r' -,.r did ,-.t'. s: ll s uowrll diri.'V the
maisL.tli D'-:.tnb r and Jranar'.'., ,iu-' i CL .-IZ,. strL t h upprr ,id of the )Iodium
rtdo ;i t b. .ct i'-.r Ic.-. 1.t .u.tr .r r." . cld ', s c itl id i .ac a P-;r Good
ir:n J t .-t, -t C.- Ji .-r.:. st -.rs h '.l. t,. i .*.rl-.tr.' b t..ore Au u'i : '-,,cn v"cr.r,
SthE,' r .: t f:rrf.liy fit C.r i':iJcr b.t hi.t: b :-,lIa ro:a F t no Bitchhr
ttl'.. c.:.. ,, '.dI u-. .n.. L.:.;..'cri .tc r h .'.ii nu' r bo s'ld d' rin.: .th : rc.uths fro.
v,:.b.r l t F:.brair l t :.x.. pt cr. .i r i iri r 'rr:-.t, n:-. thc3c ,'ir ti,.- pc.or.)at
a..r;';t -ontr.: 1' ' it? ,-'-r.

JC.,i [P. ILL Trln hii-l' st -...:-t a .,.- th: fr the ll-y,.r.,r p rio.:,' nrc in order
:..-- a: .,j. -t '- .pt.- .r, ul,.., i,f' .inJ U t:'.b.r, ut It : i" i a bet t.;r uore 'i>E. en
p"uirnii., .-r'r:: T,:.-ri. it:': '. n.'r. ,'r...'rc a.i in h_- pr, cczs in Fabrunrv,', 1rch
cri ;.ril; tL. prr "' 4ili.; 1,...T rr .. n.r.th A :.i ho b s re L :c-nbu. r nd January, yct
.c e,:nrtitrn t-, :. ,-,- it C -t .f t,' ih's p r tr.a.ith d.3 rin,- t'-. : -.Cntii3.
.I.I.iO. ii :r Ch c L .. ri:''t t.o: b : a n>a::th; t .11 1.. 1 n.gs *".rc July,
. ; t, S'?F.t,:r r I' rI. r,' n' : linr:h, L'.:. l. ...c t r'.r:'.t :ni.-itha '-r. D'ocolbor and
i .u 1.r ; th.. :cxat L. t -r. I 'i' J e r, U:tob..r. -.c .'. 1 il 2 h, -gs folloI.wed
t'.: r irtc or. -,. 1 ..*.'.:.
it : .- '.5 r.L. th',t t .', h n-.-.' nirl...tn i; ; -3 .,'li a urtIo s o ni .3 otior
Si.j' l tr ,' A..r l. y V f..--: cr ttl. r : 3 i ;i.]-:r.bar, Dr.ib r -.,I :. r'.'Y, ns thaso
:r t':- 3 .:til" crl .:o r . .ti L Ce r r0 .tL :'ttleu nd '.ais, .r h',gs. In coinnco.
1-r: vi.t! tli.: .:r',-. l i- i c. o n t.-:r. 'st t% L :l.:.' th.- oelt, rnumb'r rad per
2-..t .-? *.'ill tl: i.ar:-t:1 ir. tho Li.t: tit:.s F.: r ll in:-pao-t d in tho ,rokr 1iq4
J.1 i uib:r f 1: j i Per Cairt
t"-o r3 3,0,00' 2.1
C-". r; r hul .r3 L, L 1 ,", -'.6
bul :- ; -' -- -,. ^.1 ,-,,L,

I t 1, 1 ,11, ;,0,:. 100.00 .ll
The ,rtr, I'-rr T..l '.i.o '1 c'-ttle -:i t ili to'd St.t ; inr 1Q;i 0 i ra3 $St t0.57
'.r hes. .Jl.il, tu;at -...r Fl-riJtc v s n .- r hCrF I. .o ic ." dA- better.








FtCc 77
JAi :$,ii'.'ILL: L [ l'ES TOC" !.A .RF.i
Week '.S C A L V S T E R H 0 S
End ing .I .1ciunr. Caonov~n Gcia im'' U Good B-dhdiur. to. 1 '.. 2
li0 100 IC j lba 100I lbs 130 ls 10') lbs
ti- :, .O0-u.' 00:L.OC-5. ';: 7.0-9S.c5: 5.0-7.Qc': 7.00-9.50: t.O '-7 .'.': i.5.' :7.50
9-5 :3.75-L.50:5.25-5.7 :5..0-b.5c0:l.'-5.0 :5.u 0-o.00: 1.0 -5.00:9.25-.50:3.7 -S3':50:
I 1 I : : : : : L
'--3 :2.50-3.25:2.0.--. ..:4 .'J-5.'.u .. '-.":L.c- J.75:3.00"5.J :'5L ."5 ".
Js2 122
0< ::. 0-5.00 :1.7p- q. 0 : 0.. : .00-/ .00: .O-L.75 : 2.u0'-L. :..23
;-o : -e5-..75:].2 -2"0 1.';1,4-.tt :,.u"J-).3 '':b.'a'U- .T: .5 :.7j .:,50 :
: : : :: : : 1932
:2.--L. ':1.7 5?-2.0i:-..'3-c :3. .5::.5. -. ": :.'- ..5:7 75 :c.. 50
:-5. ..00--., l. o-1.0 .u ,.-2 ..:.5..'-,- 5.: '. .. :J.u..)- '-- ..75:,. 75-r.J 5..-. C.
1' : : :. : :: :19.
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c- L. "f-L. .0:1.7--U..25:5.-c. 0:3.7p-?.. 5o.-'5-7.2-.0.-U. 5!7.c;-7.25:.2 T5-u-.50
c-,7 : .5- :.00-7.50:5.5-i .:L.5:1-5.5 :t.00-7.50:.75-o. :7.25- ;.0 7.55-,.L5:
.-o : *- .^ :.00-c.'5. 50-c.50: .5 -5. : .___-_.2 ..;-5.25:!.25-9.75:0.75-9.^>
12-L .>. -l6.2 j:;2.,-,'.2 !5.7,.-?.'75:l.c..-5, . i ,.?-. .75-c.'v:..75 -0.0 :7.29-7.' ,O:

9-6 ,L.30-' .C0:5.0 : U5-L.O:5.7e -L.5'J:L.%-E..:.c.'2 -7.'0': *.''-c."' :7.50-7.75:7.00-7.25:
1-c *0-sL.SC':. tC'-L.C'C:5.5J-..75:.Su-5.5C .25-7.0i: .75.-c,.o .u:co-U.* .u .go-9 ,
-L :1.7175- .5:7500-b .7R:6 .uu-i .00:5.uO1 5-L.5 5.7. -3.C 0:o.. O -7.C,.'.*P. _U 3,35 p 0
12-I :t .50 .0C'i0.:L IUI.7 5!-. I.0J-U .00:L*.25* .- Q':7.C9F-,.-. .. .L-9u .IO :6I.C 3-0. 9 23.10-6.5

5-12 :.00.-L|.c*0 .2-'*? .00: 'J r :5.0 -0 5 L.0 .25: .U0-7 .SL:f.00-C .O E7.(u0-7.u 0
.--, : -5 .00 -: 25 :- '2: 5. .- . 5- 7.-- .0 : .' -c. : -' *: .. -9. 0:
.-7 :. .25: o- ." u e '-6. : .5l:.- ". -c. ,-7.25 r -.c-..2 ,-: -5-u. ~'i ".25- .70
.12-7 0 u.00- 5. :. 5. I.0- .. C ..15.-. 0: --.. -2: .'-.0-7 :U. :. 9. -c ..0 7.C0-7 5 .u
1? 5-: r: : : :: : ji, s 1 :

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t-7 1" c- 7'. ',.0-5.2 :-5.72-,.650-7. : 6. .5: c.-t-.. 5 &. -c..50:7.70 7.20
9- :L.,0-5. t .a.. -l :.00 ..m.t -.. :I. .-.25 :,.25-7. : .e-s ":7. : .0
I :- .o-L.51, 0:..o -: .o :5, -1:-.75:14., -5.V0- 5: 5 0- :.:0 -7. ,:5. .: .c O 6.-,00 5 .'O
b : : : : : 19 D
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9- :, .o0- .,2, o- .7. :5 .7, -7.,, J.L C.- :.. J5-L. ,-7 bu-,-.,.:^ ,, :.I.
12-2 : o-5 2 :K3.75-,- 5o:5..00-7. 5:5.5-5.3 7:.;.5-7.? -.:-7.uL- .o-"j :".05
20 7 Y- : : : : : 19i
1-t :4.75-5. O:6.05-! .75:6.0J-7.5 : .'0-(..0:T.;-7.-'3-. : .'0.0-7.00:6. O :6.25
3-< : .5.J0 ..00- ,.J :c..20",-7.2 :.* O-.2 .v-..2.;-7.V--.,u:,c.0X -.... .ro:0 :1.7?
.--- : 1.00- .U- u.00c.J,-7.2, 5 .uO- .J j:7.25,-3.25c t.;0-7.5u: L.7 5 c. 3
.- -.5- .2.- 2c-5;.o' .- 5 -0.0- :T. .-, .0:o7 ,o,* -' .: .' .o5
3-_ : 2.5 :.t5 .L: u -c.. 1: 7..i-D. :.0-.* . 0 : .
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'10- :. 7-'. :5. 7 -L.7, ) .75- :L.7p- i -0-"-. : ..,- ,.r0:,. ': :.,0 :
11-. :" .0- : r" 3.:--7 ); : .2=ac.75-L..- : .: ., : :-.25
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19hl : : : : : 1?)41
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J-te: I -lr detail. i_:form ati n i .s ,vTailablo 1., c ,Lr files.


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all ,.giade T!..=> :.' ;' .:.;.-',: b.- t.-.-. coral n:.' .,odLctiLc'. j-,,dl ,.uct ion
a.o .u .- I li : T : i ,t.i r.c. L.? .aulc r --j' : id t..t oil :7 o ciCtI.

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no . 'r-l', ...: e- T .'i -i-. on.l .nt c icr.. r 1st. iAcr a e'.c',
Prol, i Zic ani i :':. Vil c i R- : n t .- s .:cur.?.: I PO,' 1.' H. ..Tlarks,
U. S..A'r'i.:-1 'crai tat i r. l i L.i :n..i Fl ci.-i .4. Tri Sat'i :14 Trl.I:t-
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xICEt REP3P.T SEFTE.BER 15, 19,41

Fari ?rodujt rri ,cas Cor.t lrLnu: Sharp Ad tnre


Prices r,-ceived by farmn-r: for agricultural :oL-j'modities -cantlined to clUib
during the Month ended Sopter.iber 15, Ehe DeL-rartno-nt :f Arinculture's Llirkc-ling
S:r-ice 1i Orlando, Florida, r.-'ncrt'ed toJsi'. Ar. 5-polut rise in th.: idix du in- tho
moctn ILftd.d tho nid-S-ptcrbor b'T.vel of agri.-ulturol Fric)-: to 1}, .:re nt .:f tho
AdgIst 1O'?-Jul'y lyl'4 av6rag.ji. D'-rilrn- ,the cnth, thlo sixth r.in hih a sub.-tantial
"r.orsEsa has occurred, farm pr.oduc:r. prlo.: s.,ragoid L3 pr:gL nt higler than a ,'ar
iac. Ac this l7vel C'as, prod'.:t pric:s roac:oid thr hi h.'t p.auk since Ycbruor,' 193,
o'.d oxco,-do. the uV.rFg of Fri.:cs paid, lnr.t.:rost, a.d ta-:o i0r tno first tino in
21 ,'-ours.
." -s' i -_ g F. rar UL 2s Do ts -c.: la tihor goncral d .. n s it. ricA: of erticil's
i,- r3 u r -uIltod in ..noth. r e-o.It r\Iz In .rhe -.,incrsl lv. of pri.i.s- rniJ b-'
f *;.:ra 3urin tne mcoth inrJod Sop t.mrbor 15. At 1V.. percent ol tn,, 1.10-1iL I'tvul,
thi ind:-x -mi 11 points !-.ih:r tho-,n vc..r eirl i.r fnrd tIc hicl.jzt sin.:.; July 19),.
fcr unit i.ncr ui:-3 irn h-.th rurre1 liv n. ar.d f-rn pr)du.:rlin c.st3 contributor i to
t.3 J:ono'ri l risc. Tn' i.nde of prices 'r.aid, iicl uding Int..'r.st n.J t-x.,:: ul o
inc-roa Cd 2 points diarLn& Lin. month, :', on Sopt m.b:r i: "-..s 1 (. .
Egg pric:a ad,'.'en.cd about 53.5 ci-ts p *r dozen from Auiust 1 to Sep er.b-.r 15.
Th. .,um br of eg-s laic '..r 100 h.-ns onr Sor,tntantr 1 ret'chu ii rA.' r.'ceord high for
th- dut., anl S or'rAG. 3 '.Sck .n thas saru d:.t: -'- & 1 ittl.: higher th, ri ",', r r.-o.
At 5'i.3 co-i.t p-r *dozon in nld-3opt mbsr, o .br .] io.rk.t .*ri,.-t tin c cbot 4' pNr.'nt
nr, h.-r thiun ot th.. S" -', ttit ln I t ;,.' r.
?fIC:ES REC'.'Er EY i-F'.&'tRS SEPTr',2r i5, I1. 1 .iimTi Co'.VJRISO'!S


F L 0 I1 F5 A
S.Jpt.15 Au:. 15 Sopt. 15
Unit 191.0 'al I'.L1


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r- r.Av .-pt.15 1- S.pt.15
Ah.;:. '? 19 119; L 19ll
July l'?l_


Cnrn
0:.ts
Fotatoos
.7:,ct Potri :o.'s
Cotton
C('attonsaadd
iobsioco
Peanuts
* Co:rp'-as
2o0f Csttlo
Vocl Calvos
Snoop
Lambs
:-.iil Co:'.'s
Hors-a.
I'ulos
C'ticker.s
Turkeys
bu ttor
butterfiit
Y lk,'ho 1leLa n o
Milklrotuil C.."
Wool
Hy, looso
Lric 3


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Face 80


,F ,IC IAIl
FLORIDA CITU'JS ESTIMATES
(A. of :'ct. 1, 1 41)


Total Iroductirn of Florida oranres and tanrierines is estimatedd at 51,300,000 b".
c..mred ..-.ith 31.100,C00 boxes in `1'4:-41 -ccordri to the Agricultural Mtarketim"
S:rvic.- of t.H bited States D':partient of Agriculture. Early 3rnd nidseason oras
ar. .-im.ated at 16CS'O0,'' bcxes compared vith 1S,900,000 for the past season
'Vlencia' at I',TC'O0,0: coi.pr.-d wrth ,CS0,000C for 194C-41. Tangerines are oasti
n tcd t 1, ', 1''0 .c.mp.r.r.: a v'ith .2,70),COJ for lst y'.:Z. I

Gr:p.fruit :: s.tL-cta st 20,ZX',CC b o:.s of uhichl 8,400,0003 or, s.edless and
11,';,'2O oth-r grapc.fr'uit. For th-: pwst season total production was 24,600ne W.O.
bA.- .(f .'hgicr, E,4,000i ;tr- :.dl,.s anr 16,200,.00 othar grapefruit.

Cp.r1i .ritn :. ,,':r :o, th: decrc;.s? o.-f :o'.er 4,00-0,000 r-presonts thn greatest .
ch-ncr- ir. virile. Toanjrin"r :re also llgater th.rn last year unile orange produc-
Lio-n hi incrh-- s.d : r.illir.n bo:x. s with difference most].: in carly and midsev.son.
The crop i :g:-.in it-s :,'d :hip.nt of zc riy gr:pe-fruit nrE just getting well unlor


E:tiar te, firu,.r b:y b'.ri'tics for Florid:


Condition Oct.1 1/


arid rther St,.ta follow;:


rP oduction 3/


iicniU o -L'


STATF I


1940


1941


193 1940 Indicated
194 ... .....::


F LGR ID.
,irrg'. s, :.11
Ecrly ., Ilid3s :on
V''Llncias
Tan- er inr,: 3

Grn.pefruit., Rll

Other-
Tatsl Flrridd :
C ALIF R l ',.
,)ran--e, atill
Val enca-

Gr p.:-frui t.
TF..ilS

raP--efruit

'ran Cf:
Gro-: fruit


60.
65
74
C52
F-


P-r : nt



_62


50
7 ,
1'.7


+2 L, 600,
15, 600
10,'00
2,400

15.9001
6,50 ,
94 00
4 ,.23 ',


44,40-.L
2C 891
17,2?1
1,975


Tnourand Boxes
--28.400
15,900
12,500
2,700

24,600
8,400
1,5500
S5 700


47,192
27,720
19,472
1,924


02 2,360 2,750
1. 1.,400 15,900


eP 66 52.0
67 -76 E. i 1


500
._ 0u


/ P.el-.tes tc. crop from bloom nf ye:r sho'rn. For soMa tat.tes in certain "!
product-ln ir.clude-s ome q.untit .i-s dncrted to .:harity and/or eliminated
acc.:out of :.r'.nt conditions.
Suppli:.d b," 0.S. igricultur-1 !1rl:.tang Sr-'ice in Orlando, Florida.
lot.]: -Docs not ir::lude t'.rerin:- in this r.-vi,:d 3ttnm-:rt.


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