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Ha State Department of Agriculture Florida State Marketing Bureau
an Mayo, Commissioner L. M. Rhodes. Commissioner






FLORIDA STATE MARKETING BUREAU


ANNUAL FRUIT AND VEGETABLE REPORT

PRODUCTION, TRANSPORTATION AND MARKETING ANALYSIS

19413-41 SEASON

(Also Poultry, Egg, Tobacco and Livestock Prices)




By Frank H Scruggs, Market News Specialist




Released September 22. 1944


FEDERAL STATE
MARKET NEWS STATIONS
1943 44 Season
stribution News Center Jacksonville

ksonville All Fruits & Vegetables
Deland All Citrus
ford Celery, Cabbage. Escarole
pano Beans, Potatoes. Peppers,
Tomatoes and Miscellaneous
le Glade Beans. Celery, Peas, Potatoes,
Tomatoes and Miscellaneous
nt City Strawberries. Peppers, Cucum-
bers. Tomatoes. Miscellaneous
tings Potatoes and Cabbage
sburg Watermelons
inesville Watermelons


masville. Ga Livestock


Disposition of Fruits and Vegetables

August Ist July 31st
Florida 1913 44 Season
Carloads
Freight ...... ... 131,189
Express ........--........ ............. 4.574
Trucked-out ..... ................... 19.926
Boat, Coast.wise .... .. ..... -
Processed in Florida ......... .... 82,441
Consumed in Florida .......... 23,067
Total Carloads .- .. ......... .........261,197
Total Gross F.O B Value .... $294.633.098

STATE STATIONS
Jacksonville Poultry and Eggs
Tampa Fruits. Vegetables,
Poultry and Eggs
Miami Poultry and Eggs


This Annual Report is available free of charge to parties interested



Florida State Marketing Bureau
204 St. James Building
P 0 Box 779
Jacksonville 1. Florida








A C !: ?I C '.7 L D Gi ; E ? T



WVe v-is!h tc acknowledge the splendid cooperation we received from both
official and private courcas during the preparation of this voluminous statistical
report.

The- rail freight and express carlot shipment figures were secured from
thn U.S. W'ar Food Administration (USDA) in Washington.

Exhaustiv.. vegetable acreage, yield, production and value data and other
assistance -.:wo supplied by 1Mr. J. C. Townsond, Agricultural Statistician, and Mr.
J. E. Cr.ens, '.Trck Crop Re porter, U.S. Bureau of Agricultural Economics, Federal
building, Orlando, Florida.

!!r. E. E. Ransch, Statistician of the Citrus Inspection Bureau, Florida
Depart. ent of Agriculture, Winter Haven, Florida, supplied us with important
inspection record data -and other information.

it. C. E. Feli-:, and Mr. ;William B. Connor, of the Florida Citrus
Exchange, Trmpi., Aw:o]e-heart-:dl:y complied with our requests for specified citrus
information, wnich i: difficult to obtain from other sources.

.m". *John A. O'Rour;e, SecrutAry-Menager of the Florida Growers and
Shippers L-ague, Orlando, Florida, supplied important transportation informnaion.

M'. Fr'r:': S y;nour, S.-cretary-iE.nager of the Growers Administrative
Cor.itLe.-, Lakaland, Florid.:, supplied important citrus data.

M.r. H. F. WVillson, Federal-State Citrus Market News Service and Mr. Hugh
Flynt, of ther F.deral-Stote Inspection Service, also supplied useful data for use in
this report,.

Sev:.ral private agencies and individuals not already mentioned supplied
inform:-tion indirectly to us, for which we extend our thanks.

The preparation of this report is tedious and requires much thought and
long, har6. work, and appreciation is extended to our Bureau st:.ff for their efforts.



Co-nnnts.which would lead to th. improvement of this Annual Report would d
b- apprecistec.









G7,!.L TBZAL OF CUTN7I]rTS

CITtl11is FRUITS ONLY ~~I3SCRAPET. U [' A;.iDT.NGE IYELj


Pege


0194-44 Voluizi- w~id An;iJ.:.si!;, Ornngres, rpfu and Tang~erines
11 S.er?.qso -7 un---e aLL pr 1c 1 ynisys 0 rn ngz,- Grz pe.f'u.t. orid Tnga C'ri n.--s.
1926-27 to 1r94'-15-4-1 Aucrtion Sn.l'.' Anm' CSIrlot. R~c'aiptz O'n 1.0 marketss ....
2909--10 to f9V4 .o.b. Pric':L. on Ra--il -ind Boat. Shiip.-ent:s .......
1-9,)4-4Citr-us- Price-- Anal:rsci-, f *o.b. P:'icc.:- -Id Cost--, FA.tc.
TrOc to ktuction fr'c-: Jit' oret (-1:' vj-";": to 19-13-411)........
Rail Distri biftion o'f Citu ...........tu.....
Vek'S-wAri~,an of Pi'oc-x so7d Citrus . . ...........................
E:'Lir:itvd P nizPid b,' C-irmorz .2. .' IA I...... .. .. .. ....
G1txi: in-4 Ci Unn Tp.tior for Ra3li rind Tr~ick Shipmot-, 1-1 Czu4ti.
TruIck' Shiprent:. of Citrus.: Throu,-h Yio:-.d Guar-Id St~tIONis 19i~--4-..... .. ..


V-'Gr-ThBLkE:- ;,II7D ?',ISCEL.IXWeCU'U -FRUITS ON!LY-


Volume and Value Analysis 1943-44 S:on. . . . . . . . . .
Truck Shipments by l-okO, October 16 Jun.e 20, 1945-4, -Sason. . . .
Volume and Price Analysis 1931-32 to 1943-44.(15 .Seas:ous) . . . . .
Acreage by Counties and Comnrodities 1941-42 to 1i45-44 . . . . .
acreage, Yield, Values 1.928-29 to 1943--.i for Principail Tru.ck Crops . .
F.o.b. Packed Value 1928-29 to 1943-44 for Principal Truck Crops.. . .
Acrec:ge of Principal Truck Crops 1925-26 to 1943-44 . . . . . .
Truck Shipments Through Road Guard Stations 1943-44 . . . . . .

GE!-r7-R.I CITRUS. T GETABLE ITSCEI.L.VCOUS FRTIT AND CROP TiFOP.CATIOJI

General Summary of Fruits & Vegetables (including Citrus Acreage &
Production Table) . . . . .
Production as Affected by Weather 1943-44 Season. . . . . . . .
O.D.T. Loading Requirements r.nd Comments for 1943-44. . . . . . .
Production and Valuu All Fresh Vegetables 1933-34 to 194-44. . . . .
Freight Carlot Shipments and Express 1945-44. . . . . . . . .
Combined Freight and Express Shipments 1945-14. . . . . . . .
Truck Passings (Carlot Equivalent) 1943-44. . . . . . . . .
Freight, Express, and Truck Shipments Combin,,-d 1943-44. . . . . .
10-year Freight, Express, Boat and Truck Shipments. . . . . . .
Rail Shipments By Codntios 1943-44 Season .. . . . . .
Federal State Inspections (Cars and Average Loadings) . . . . . .
General Farm Crop Volume and Value 1920-1943 . . . . . . .
Egg and Poultry Prices in Jacksonville 1921-1944. . . . . . . .
Livestock Prices in Jacksonville 1930-1944. ..... . . . . . ..
Tobacco Production and Value 1929-1944 (Auction Sales 1938-44) . . .
General Crop Report September 15, 1944. ..... . . . . . . . .


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20
21
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. 58-61
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. 70-71
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FLORIDA DEPA!--RTJFT OF AGRICULTURE
STATE f'LzlArTJNG BUREAU
1943-U1 .
AN'iUAL FRUIT Ai';D VEGET/.BLE REPORT.

By Frank H. Scruggs, ?larkct News Speciailist
VOLUM.IE ,.JD VALUES OF iLL FRUITS j-i;D VEGETABLES


The 1943-h4 season was another successive -record bre.1:king scnson for both
volume and gross fab sales.
RECORD VOLUME AN'D VALUE
Floridu produced 261,197 curlo-ds of fruits find vtgetables, with .. tro:.s
f.o.b. packed value of .2ih,633,098. This may be comp.'red very favorably with
the 1942-43 sa.-son of 221,554 curlods worth 0240,608,979.
Citrus, Vogetablus and Miscoll-neous Fruits f7.1. Inh.red in this volume; -Ind
gross vr.lue incre-se. Citrus accounted for 26,685 of tiu 36,6L3 carlo!'d production
increase ani for .L6,63y,707 of the 54h,02,119 gross value increase ove-r the
1942-43 season. Their record breaking production of ,;6,200,000 boxes of oruange.s alone
accounted for 19,592 ctrlonds of this-production inurea.e r.nd for $28,77',793 of the
gross vw.lue increase. Expressed more simoly, oranges accounted for more. thnr. half of
thc increased production und value. The oranf.o i-s still kinr- of Florida crops and
likely will remain so for some y-.'rs, accountin- for 38 per cent of t6tal volume and
1d4 per count of th-. total gross value of Florida fruits .and vsg;thblcs produced in
Floride during the 190)3-hI^ season. These p'rcent.agt:s will change from season to
sea son as it is expected th: t oranges will continue to increase in volumn,_ but to
dccrens,- in valu. p.r box fror 19135-W- prices,
;hTEA iFR
Conditions wmre fai-or-.hlc for thp heavy production on t1c 1943-.1! citrus
crop. The 194L-145 crop is .exected to be teven larger but it is reported that; there
were two or three blooms ','ith much variation in sizes and maturity at present. The
extended marketing period should be beneficial, I N
Vleathar conditions for v.getabls from August to .orch were unfavcrnble
with better vuather in April,. 1 ly and June.
Our early plantings for the 19L4-4, :;eason escaped the How England hurricane
for which we are thankful. \7T sympathize ".,ith thou c.s vwe have h,.d the sane experience.
A full sunriary of ;,weather conditions may be found on pe; 14.
MOST I.:POITANT CROPS
Including oranges, we have in order rof volume and/or -alue of the 10 most
important fruit and vegetable crops in 191.3-'-4 compnr''d with 1939-)0 season:
TOTAL PRODUCTION


Number
1. Oranges
2. Grapefruit
3. Tomatoes
4. Beans
5. Celery
6. Tangerines
7. Potatoes
8. Ptpp. rs
9. Csbbage
10. Watermelons
Sub-Total
All Others*
GRAND TOTAL


1943-414
Gross f.o.c.
Carload.s Packcd Value
10J, 3-1 $129, 667,001
73,019 56,700,55 .8
10,182 19,61,200
.12,900 19,399,960
-10,750 14, 512,o20
0,132 13,041, 107
6,738 7,655,064
3,370 4,565,500
9,69. ,43P,850
7,646 1,969,50p
2112, eh2 $274,891,190
1S, 355 19,741,908
261,197 $291,633, 0C9


;umber
Oranges
Grapefruit
Tanger.ines
Deans
Celery.
TomLto.aes
Potatoes
Peppers
Cabbage
Strawberries
Sub-Tot-.l
All Others*
GRAND TOTAL


Carload
f t, 15
39,32
. 10,70
9, 3L

5,6b
8,58
2, oL
10, 6

* 161,82
- 22,7!
184,56


1959-ho0
Gross f.o.b.
.s Packed Value
30 3 53,663,815
*5 12,289,9L2
)1 8,814, 150
7 7,753,360
6 5,317,300
i '4,hll,370
1 4,238,970
-3 1,971,220
8 2,312,935
,6 2,693,600
1 .B3,L46, 662
2 9,657,185
:3 $93,103,8A7


* Including Vegetables in mixed cars.
The above table tells a story which should be s-tudied.


Pago 1







Page 2 TRANSPORTATION
It may be surprising. to some that Florida is shipping only 10 per cent
more fruits and vegetables out of the State than before the war, while the citrus
production has increased around 43 per cent and vegetables have held their ovm.
Homr- consumption has increased some but most of the increased production of citrus
has gone into cons. Boat coastv.isLe shiprients have been prohibited during the war
while trucked out shipments have been cut in half. Plan:: are being made to improve
port facilities in Florida withh the e:xpu.ctation of gutting much fruit and vegetable
boat tonna:;e aft-r the war. L'ost truckers h.ive. kept in business in a limited ',zay
and Pre ready to increase their business immediately after trucks, ncw .-r old,
tires, gasoline and drivers become more plentiful. The grow:.rs will have a choice
of transpartaticn facilities rnd will'no doubt us- 'the best which is usually the
cheapest fcrm of transportation. Transportation rate decrancs will te expect.--d
and probably ,.ill b: forthcoming by reason nf necessity.
FLORIDA INTERSTATE CARLOAD SHIPTENTS
Freigt Express oPoat Truck T.tal
1943-44 131,252 4,559 Ilone 19;926 155,737
1938-39 94,7.29 1,617 32,96 9,37 1,279
30,923 2,942 -32,6i-6 -19,711 12,542
Actually, due to increased a-.r-time loadings of freight cars, t.he totr.l
shipments amounted to 18'1,835 pre-war csrlosds in 1b43-44, an increase of 16,55C
carloads ovrr the 1937-39 season. See Paget- 22-25 for lO-year transportation
statistics.
CITRUS BEARITG ACREAGE AND PRODUCTION BY COUNTIES IN FLORIDA '.)4--44
(Supplied by U.S'. Agricultural Statisticiians, Orl.rdo, Florida)
Oranges CGr.apfrui t Tanc.er nes


Breverd
Broward
Dade
DeSoto
Hardee
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsboro
Indian River
Lake
Lee
Manatee z
Marion
Orange
Osceola
Pasco
Finellas
Polk
Putnamn
Sarasots.
Semindole
St. Lucie
Volusia
Other
' Total
1'942-'43
S19.3-44 Tot.
1'942-'45 "It


Acreage Production
1,000 1,000,000
acres boxes
11.31 1.98


.23
,18
.69
.97
.18
2.59
1.29
.835
4.97.
.46
.46
1.70
7.78
.52
1.58
1.24
12.65
.55
.52
1.45
.87
1.38
1.75


251.34 46.00
246.34 36.80
al 'bearing acreage 369,949,
11 564,150


Acreage
1,000
acres
3. 80
.29
3,90
1.43
.,95
.38
4.57
3.90
'6.76
7.14
3.05
5.14
.76
3.90
.95
1.52
8.28
27.61
.48
1.14
.76
4.47
1.43,
2.58
95.19
94.539


non-be ri
I, it


Production
1,000,000
boxes
.74
.06
.45
.31
.12
.06
S2.17
.37
S.' 1.86
2.39
.74
.1.18
"-.16
1.55
.16
.25
1.67
14.72
.09
.16
.16
.99
.16
.50
51.00
27.00
ang 51,600
' 44,600


Total all acreage 1945-44 amounted, to 421,000
" 1942-45 408,000


Acrear.g Production


c crts
468
94
398
515
656
820
620
1,218
515
1,944
117
117
398
3,044
585
585
656
5,457
632

820
890
1,920
750
25,419
23,420


boxes
54,000
10,900
7,200
59.600
66,400
90, 900
155,200
72,000
95,600
452,000
5,600
5,600
11.400
612.000
54.000
54,000
4 6.800
1,152,000
57, 000

169,200
118,800
11,10,000
133,200
3,600,000
.1,5C0,000


2.51
2.76
6.55
8.55
1.51
8.80
16.09
4.77-
23.63
35.27
4.52
8.80
32.67
4.27
6.28
7.04
54.54
4.27
2.51
6.53
8,04
12.32
9.82







CETLI!:, PRICES
..11 important vr-'tbl.; ":d st. o!' tlie unimportant one will e under
co-l'Ln-. icyt 'rnson. Th.. c:. lin:.- aFir. too low for sfoety for the f' rmer. During
cortr, in p,.rL.) of lib ra1l sh.iiipnnt of veg,'tobl'.es the., prices will bh below,
cons i lrI.bly ic.lo.w, thi maxim.ri ceiling and nev.;r Ibov,=, so naturally tiLe average
f.o.b. ;blc-for the n.-c.son will not r.t ich th-i ceiling;. A wctner disaster or i. seri,:
of th,.: will .tkr. growiinr winter vivortabl s vry hazardous under ceilings which
pr:-oide no o)rj;.)rtmunity to growers to recoup by rcttin, higher pricun for smaller
7oli-.',
o *;tta.rpt is mnad to giv dd't.ils; on O.P.A. prico ceilings for next
r,::.on r,, youthsh s but the native or proposed Ai-ril ceilings ar list-d hicr:.in.for
sp.cifi.ed cormodi.ties. April is selected P.s a month of overoge ceilings and for the
r:; esn thai: it is one -af the most important in volume. More thvn half of Florida
ve.rt.bH, ; nro'vi in i!crch, April, and aIny, with the p'rin"ipail season :xteiinding fron
L.o'.7-, r I to 'uni, 30. Actual or vrop<,os.d c,'ili.ngs:

...ns Pu *3.2, Lettuce L.A. Crates .' 3,.25
':Ibi. :-. Ton 55.00 Fea s,English Bu. u 2.80
C'.-lery Crate 5.25 Peppers li Bu. L.90
Cueu-b':r.s u. 3.rs Potatoes 100 Ibs. 7.00
Fg, -7l. nt 11- Bu. J4.4O Tomatoes LDg 3.30
PlO.'>:;e consult the O.P.A. in regard to ceilings on these and other
cor.T.od it ic s.
PROPOSED REDUCTIONS I1, ACRE1'AGE
Host3 of the economists und advisors in gencrul arer s:.ying t'.t food prices
in 1?l9-5 .'r,; 11-vcly to ba coisidertbl.. lower than in l)L:4 and most of thost. who have
offer: I -dvi.c- to Florida growers h-vec svid there should be cuts in nor-,'gec for n rny
cor-:odiTi:o l.'ost of thes-- cconomi.sts and the public in Fgneral al-o think that the
ELrcpe.n wa.r -.illl be over in October or iNovember, but all could bo wrong,
.c. St-,t Markcting Bureau i:; not giving any advice to growers at present
e.c..''t to ;.roc.-ed with caution. The: pieturc -;:i. ] b :inuch clparor b-, Doce-nb-r 15 if
tlt E.'.ur.e..n ,mr ends 's generally expected. At that tiaos, and eovn much lter, mat.ny
grow.'rs 'cn d:eidc how much irargr:.o .pptars desirable for 1-;nrch, April, Lic.,y and June
h-.r.'v.-t, th: i- .rod of heaviest shipments. Snap bans, tha major crop most likely t.:,
b' .-,)-:rpl-rnt -d, -tre planted daily and mncture in six to seven vwzeek. 'c- understand
th'.t '%:-: 1;ro:, r plnm on about thc sor.a total v g..tble acren:'e..o as l'n:t year, and who
c't. say for sure tiht they are not acting v:ith good sonc.
uonnn-. -ccounted for 91,5,00 acres of thi,. esti:: t.d total of 225,000 acres
or Li per "*ent 1 vegetables produced in Florida during the 19hl3-i season. It is
th.. only i-rjor ,.'getabl. crop which could be controlled by Florida growers. Thu
t.-::r. i..u n'rk,.t is ma.dc in Floridn, Tox'-s, Mexico (Und Cuba in normal times). The
ce.?-ry !.v~rl:h.t is made primarily in Flnrida and California, with northern storage at
f ct..r. Tn.-: new cnbb,.-fc mn.rkot is nai.de in T-)xis, Florida, ;irizona, and California
.':ith mnrt'L-rn storage supplies iilso an important f;,ctor. The spring potato market is
matdc in Florilan, Texas, and C,.lifornia with Ca-lifornira rapidly comingr, forward. The
pepper n.':.rk-t is ma de in Florida, Toxns, Ca.liforni& and Mexico. The cucuiabr market
L lr .:r.-.:ly -.:de in Florida when there is no competition from Cubu. Escarole which
is r.eltively unimportant could be largely controlled in Floridra. The lettuce market
iz rv.de inr th.. ..-st, except for Big Foston and Romaine. The English Pea market is
,fd-. rrincir-'lly in California and Mexico.
So, lihow much can our grovwrs do about acreage control except for benus,
sc'..rl-, c.cu:ib-;rs, egoplvnt, and ;. few oth,.r crops unimportant in volume.
TOBACCO AUCTION MARKET IN l19l.
'lorid0. grow;-.rs sold l',3y93,680 lbs at auction at 36.21/ per lb for n tot&l
'f ;L,L?-7,980 -:n thu. Li.ke City and Livo Oa;k mnrkcts. Total production of such flue
cured bright l.1'.: wvas l.,i1.7'10,000 lbs with a farn-rs value of "5,,601,687.
.\.proxu.,l:l.t.,ly 35,000,000 lbs of Florida tobacco was sold in Georgia markets.
Gn-:.r:,l Crop information, poultry, eggs, and livestock prices can be
found on pces 70-78.





Pa[-e 4 194-.14 Se-..o.n
Ccr.nez.ts on Praduction as aff*fcted by '.Weathcr Conditions

J. C. To'..nsend, Jr. Agriculturll Statistician
.Lrenu cf Agricultur-il Economics
Orlando, rFiorid a

The 14.5-44 season -when taken as a ::hole frcn the citrus oroducur.' vi-.;:-
point vi:s one? of favorable wcath-er conditions. lhotiv-.-r hatur.; smiled upon i..m thirough-
out most of t'.i .:ason .,ith plenty of r.3infall, and *.ith t-peratures to !.is liking.
He- had to :uplen--t l:is nmoisture- -:ith co.tei irrigation during N;ovojnb.er r.nd February,
was possibly somn-.;.hat une-.'ay the latter part of Dec,.-:nbr -whei; tezr:prat'ire:: drcppud to
the dnt--r paint, snd p:'or-'bly didn't particularly cars for the *igh temrn.-rtur n in
Arril that svwlld and roughened, but increasedd his production of late orEan-s mnd
cra.p fru.t1t. Ther,. vi' plenty- o tinM.-,: .1:h~1, liL right havc corinpiinzd of the V;wanth.r
l-:st season, but %.vid:ntly it 'was to tie liki.ng of the citrus groves which flou:rihed
and prcduc.d ever -3 rnillion boxer. of fruit.

On the oth'.r hand, 'he production oj thu vegetable Cro'wer suffe-r-d by
v:-:trc-ncs in ternp-:ratre rnd pr-cipittio-'n. !-ar" r-'ins d.'rasgd his sr,.dbad.s, dry
.-'th-.r d l.y.-'d his trainsplmnt ng ii th,. errl, f-11ll, frosts after Christma..s tirn.'
.priped ouT somn of nis .int.r cr-p:, gnd h-:"y r tin.S a-ain i.-.e-tered him in there spring.
The L:.:ather in :'nerr-l aos rnfrv',r- 'bl, but d!nspite thi: ':.ct,, the grov.-er c-.me thru
v.-ith .. record .wrodlucti3 (in f-ct n1 -' thnr n i o-uc .--11) of cahbb: 'I, col]cry, :nd
escarole., ?nd lart. nu.'.:i .itie cf oth.r '.*;,-t-hbl-. .rI mi-lcr.:..

CITRUS F.' 194--44 citrur. s-:s.ori :r: off t. a go.d :'t.rt ir the- l-rC
:rizitu r .--f 19435 ,;h n tr6.-. .lo.-.- d uni r f ."a --ble weate.' r and s.-t h.,,i' cr,.op- of
early nicd nids,-r-on cran '-es ajid sc-edil-sz. 1r:p-fruit, b'.:L the blo.or. .nd sot of
Val.' -n.i:s, other rnpcfruit and t: -ier.; ::-. 7:'-e relatively lirht follo:.in hen.v
cr:.pe h':. ;smr b."for Tn- a u.nma' nC.onth: f*.'.'.orr.b -. 'w th 1 len ty C1 :'''i ture,
follo'.vcd by .'" dry Octb:r .an:d !J','r.br, ':her s.ne irrig:.ti'.n was nccoscrt. December
..hwV;d up .'.ith .-:t.ret-iinm. ef hat ..'nd cold ':i.th -light rains, but no d-na.:, to citrus.
F-air r-ins in Jrnu-.ry ::-d. th.- nor.th favo-bl.., but fr--.'ainr temporat'trs :.-r:
record,_ in the lippF.:r frin-:. ..f t.- i' ru- bei,, witli no dr.-a ge to fruit. L'.ck of
rrinf'- l in I'cbra7, brought -)t tha irri- ti:' -quip.-ir.t in ,,me gr-'.'u., :-nd high
tempera-t uris br..i ,: ut a g:d bulcK'n ..:: ::-t v. rieti,-.e; f the 19,14-5 cIrfo. Lt.te
!.ierch : ard early April r.in-: r::Ji-'.'..d the dry *..atl'er, and tog-:th-.er i".1th the ab.uve
n:.rn--' teimp.:rart.ur;:: incr.o ced prducti n but .'-1 red the. quality of late corarrnges and
gr.:-pafr'ult', selling the- Jeliv.ri::- to pr..c.-s::rs. "n3. sz d.ith iinny bad spots, but
th:- ,o:.l ;i,.s c.-ming at critic'.l tim.s, Florid' citrus gravcs produced a r..-cord crap
.f ov.-r KC nillian D b-':-s, .and :.re '.eil .n the .,_y t, ,::, c,,in sac..:.-'n.

VE ,E'ABLES The vegt.-bl.:- gro.:er started ff the l94-'.-4-1 se.nscn hampered
by h'r.:' r" ins in Aug'a-n .ndi S:.pt:mber, which h d.-magcd ':r l.stroryed his '..:dbUds and
delayed th-: a.. -Ji' f fall cr.:ps. '.7hile, tiL'' cen-.trl :nid :'. t c:,ast areas ,.w.re
bei ng dr..-v. .-dut, th-- E.:-r ltd'- v:was suffering frc.;, l.:ck of rinf:'ll. Cti.-b,r cnme
thru :,ith a relief of drouth in th- Glad': ;, but mor.- h-,rvy, rin': in th,:r are..3s.
On-e .f th.: *e,_rliest fr.sts. c-.n during th:e early part. cf icvenb.r, ca-usin' h-.::.v
d"r.:ag- t'- tender fall v:cettl-.: in !'r:ri:.,n .nd Su.Lt.er Counties. Rainfnll was light
this r.':nth .xcept in Dade C-u-ity, ,wh'-;re r.nt- acreage of e:.rlr pr.li:td pcot.tate's :3:c
dfcr'..'.~d. During this ti:!: rru'.-rc hnrv",- t.d -* fairly large rrcJucti:n of fall crops,
m. irly 'n.n-p b.ar'-s frr.: tic Evargla-des, but a cold wv'.c Dc:cembe-r 1 -21 c:u';-:] heavy
da:-.ag to tendr .r c(r'ps in the t v-:rr.ld:.s n.l in :n'rth and ci.ntrl Fl rid''. Yields of
*..-inr-: v '.' :t':abl,. nr. tha: l..vcr Enst C'r..t wre: also affected. Crops in t!.he Ev',r-
la:-.des were rL-plantcd :.:id iv'-re, ag'.in killed a r..c:ith lot.r. The month of Febru.ar:y was
Cry aind crops suffered .,hfrc. n'.t irrigpt.. '!:ar-ch tr: ught rains th-.t, c.'z-: near ruin-
ing ra na-r prf.ct potat.:, crcp at H3 -tin;:s, and a fc'. frcsts-: that c-used alight
danrme. Fr:.:ts on Ap:'51 6 3 :nrj 7 in north, ccnt.rc. and th:. Everglr.den ura.:: of the
Stte r':sultc.d in heavy d'.g," to all tender v table::, cspcially cucumb,-.r, beans,









Comn-mnts :.n Pr.ducti,.n !s affected by '.lcath-2r C:n-Jitirns (Cont'd)


etc. L.rcm reins at Hastings and hail at Ft. Pierce added to the weather damage. The
latter p-rt of April, H:.;y ani Jun-? wvs :-.ore fnvorabl-e, and resulted in sane c,:n-iback
in v..t.ble production.

The fellowinq table of planted and harv::sted acreage of snap beans and
tonmtces gives scon- idea of the effect c-f wcathur conditions cn these two important
v.-ct tables:


FALL ACREAGE
Pltd. Hvstd. % Loss


WI ENTER ACREAGE
Pltd. Hv3td. L Lss


SPRING ACREAGE
FlCt. Hvstd. Loss


SNAP BEANS (Fresh and CFnning)


14000
14500
22500
17500
19000
23600
16000
20000
17500
22000
22000
19500
*29000


14000
10500
20500
14000
11000
1C200
12500

15000
19000
20000
16500
? 9000


14000
268000
21000
31000
29100
30900
30000
31000
36000
26500
31000
3 2500
40500


14000
26900
21000
28000
29100
)COO.
30000
31000
17000
C2.500
21000
:25500
?/.9500


17500
13500
23800
25000
19100
15500
18200
15000
28500
21000
39000
40000
51000


13500
15500
21300
25000
19100.
11700
1.8200
15000
20000
17000
27000
29000
23000


* Prelininnry


'TOMATOES (Fr.-sh and Canning)


1700
3200
2000
4500
3300
5500
4000
3890
40'Ju
4400
6500
4000
44(00


1700
2000
20100
4500
2800

4000'

4000)

6500)
4002'
44 OJ


8500
12900
19000
*-20000
10000
19200
19500
19300
1P.900
155::C
195 '3
1120UA
18500


8500
12900
19000
10000
14000
19200
19500
19300
6000
7500
18500
6500
19530


15000
15600
12500
12500
18800
20000
24000
19600
26000
17000
21000
17000
13000


13500
10000
12500
12500
18800
12000
24000
18600
24000
15000
18000
15000
12000


*Plants lost but replanted.


Seascn



1931-32
195 2-33
1953-54

1934-75
1935-56
1936-67
19 37-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
194 1-42
1942-45
19-;5-44


1931-32
1952-33
1933-34
1934-35
1935-56
1936-37
1937-38
1938-359
1939-40
1940 -41
1941-42
1942-4 3
194'5--14


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Pare G
194.-44 Sarson C:.tru: F.'-uit' 'nd Fr.'sh Vegctables
Londing R-.quir..n:-r:ts by O.D.T.
Refriger; tion and Car Conscrv ticn by I .C .C .
By: Johni A. C'Rourke, S..;cretnry-Ha-.nagzr
,jro-.ers and Shipper: Lo:.gue cf Florida

Tlhe c:nserv-ticn of refrigerator cars in the general .rar effort for the
ncv. cint of the 1945-44 crops of Florida citrus .-nd vegetables has boor. a dcminat-
iri frctcr in the tr-napcrtati.i:n c.f those:- pr-iucts.
Spenkl:inr g-nerally, there has been little or n, chingc Inr. the r't.s or
the oublishnd tariff minimum weights, !.hover, the loadin- roquircmen's of the
Of."ic: of Defense Transp.rtntia.-n take preerdence -n ovcr the publilihd tariff
i.inir.ums, rnd ahile th-- C.D.T. loading. requirements greatly enhance the. per car
,i le a rd p.-r car revenues of the. rail c. rriJrs in. th..- tr.?nspc:rtati,,! of citrus and
fr's'z ve: .-ttie-s, these industries w',7uld hav.e been badly handicapped in the
n:rk-etin; of th-js.s cormm:ditie; by a sh.-.rta.e of cars, if til. ha-.'y londing, require-
mtents 'h.d n .t bee:, in effect.
As both the citrus and vegz::ble industries of Florida h.'d ,.or:e
Experi-nc:- 'ith the O.D.T. l';,nding requir.:ime:-t diurinc: the 12-4:.5 sesZs.- under
O.D. G.rneral Order 18 (Revised), :.nly rinor .dju3-Lncrnts were necess.-ry during
the I943-44 s3eson t.- c:ntinur. this car co:nservPti.-n program.
The writer, as S .cretry-;-.n.g;r of the Grower- and Shippers Leag-ue of
Fl' rir-n, had b,-een deertd by bo.-th in':.+ri'es t.: .v:,rk ..ut the n-xinum: ln.di.ng
r.quirJn.,-cnts ",with the O.D.T. u'.d:e G:nc- 1 Order 1.9 f--: the 1942-4 seas'.n, on
t.-:egrrphlic r.:'qu'st we conferred vithl O.D.T. offici al3 in NeL: Yorlk n !!' be-r 10th
and llth, 1943 f:.r t!,. i:.:n c- '-'f th: n..: Crd-r 19-A, Sp.:-r.l Dir.cti-n 2-A.,
Wrich b.-c?mn? effective Dec.r.b.'r 31, 1u., .nd prcv'ided as foll.w.:


Cent -: i er
1-a.5/5 "bu ?ii -5
Cr.-te -- -'f.


CIT 'S 1R.'IT LCOADII'GS
C'ran;-.s r Gra p-cfr"iti. in Refri r v'.tr C:rr
(Cv '.rinr: entire. floor sp',ce)
1943-14 Sason
Unit..: tr Cr L-aJinP ReQutr?:.ent-
.3 fI. car .153 5 tiers hii'h 2 tiers la:.rd,2 *:n end::.
Lcng.i r cvr 47,8 rd ti-.r 1 ..a'-d bItter or side c1...,n


1-3/5 bu dircb '..:r,.:l ft car
Cr: tc .9500 L.-.n;:' car


505 5 tieE.- hi-h, each crrtc placc-i
525 bo..tt-r, or :i'J d.).T.


Cloth. Burlpn.
Pap -r Be, 5


1/2 bu b;:.,

:1/4 ba ba3.C

1/i bu ba;s


Or:.n.es
Gr.--prfr'uit
Oranrc.s
Or np :fruit
Oran fruit
Grapefruit


531:

1300:


.571Z:


C:rlc't .i.nintu n:ot less than
,'0,000# for ...rrnie-s a.nJ
36,0004 for grapefruit in any
siZ.: or typ, bag


T1n,-.rins. T mo:l.:. and Kin, Or:.n-s in R.fri:-.'rLrr C-rs
iC.'.'eril' e'itir. floor s3; ce)


C.,nt- irr
4/5 bu ,ailed
Cr: e'' .*j7'Z

-;/5 bu Wir,.bound'
Cr-tec 4Z-3577

1/2 Strap box


Units to' C:-r L:as.'. in Requirem.rnt_.
73 ft c'r 912 3 ti.-'r: ii h sach box on enl, ,-r C ti,:rs hi,:h,
Lnecr each box on sid.eis ,..r bctt.:ns.

33 ft c-r O8O 5 tiers hi:h, each3, b.y .'.aced side or b.,ttems
L-.n-ar 800 dow.T.

33 ft car 818 5 tiers high, 2 layers, each box on end, and top
Longer 842 layer on its bottom.


Bu baskets 533 ft car 5 tiers high.
Longer
Note: Oranges or Grapefruit carry same number of packages when packed in the usual
Tangerine containers,





Ventilated Box Cars to, Southern Points


F.rnim,. cr load: Ornnges


Grapefrui*.


TrnfKarin:-c

iB?,'s. c11 sizes or




B--ts Tur-ips
C.Arr,.ts, Noev Fresh
SH- rv, st- ed
F'-oot Cr,:.ps, :
Frr sh h rv.stA d,
Eixed c:ir-

Cobb?:e:. Fr,.-h
Harv.'S ted :I.w


CabbyE g.. Fl: rida
Fr.ash Harv.-sted


40,0004 '.;r.pefruit 36,000#.

1-35/5 bu NailedJ Box
1-5/5 bu WirA-.)bun-J ox


1-5/S bu 'Tailed B-x
1-5/5 bu Wireb-und BO-x


4/5 bu Nailed Box
4/5 bu Wirebound Box
bulk: Oranges 40,000#1.- Gr-pefruit 36,000#.


VEGETABLE LOADINGS
1943-44 Season
Containers
In bulk, or in sacks
In half crates
In Los Angeles crates


bulk, or in sacks
half crates
Los Ang[els creates


In bulk, or in bags, cr in Bruce
crr-tes
(@)Special Permit P-40, cffec-
tive 2/17/44.Expirod 3/31/44.


L.n, din.'
400 Bnxes
-131. Poxes

596 Bc:.es
434 1oxes

720 Boxes
800 Boxts


L-adi ng Reauire:mcnts
Nct less than 50,000/#
IUnt 1es- than 640 crptes
Ilot les, tL.mn 358 crates


1Hot less
ii 11
'i 11


than
11
It


50,000#/
650 crates
316 creates


(@)Nct less than 25,00011


L ttucc e


In Los Angeles crates


C- rtloupes, Other
1'-. l.: rn:


P: t t ..,
VFhit. (Irish)



Fl-.rvJ', ';:-:'


T:m t. es


Containers as provided in Rate
Tariffs


In containers of less than 100# oa.
In containers of mort.. than 100#4 ea.
In bulk

In various type bogs
In boxes, crates, barrels, or bskts.
(a) ODT. Special Permit P-35, effec-
tive Jan.l to June 30, 1944.

In standard lug boxes


In standard lug, boxes, :'-hen load is
divided by center gate


Not less than 316 crates

Not less than 50,000#1



Not less than 42,000#
Not less than 45,000#
Not less than 40,000#

(a)Not aoss than 50,000#
(a)Not less than 31,500,#



5 tiers high, e'ch tier
to cover entire f1ior
space of the car.
6 tiers high in each half
of the c)r, the center
space no greater than 2
stacks of boxes.


The only changes from the original loading schedules required during the
sess.n cn citrus was the 4-tier leading for tangerines, Temple and King oranges,
:"'hen lorae' in the 1-3/5 bushel uirebound box, and the reduced loading rcquirenent
en Flcrjid. .v Crop Irish potatoes, and Florida cabbage, which could not be safely


PaCe 7





Ps;age 8
loaded to the original O.D.T. requirements. Special permits wer.- ivf1.-nd bh, the
O.D.T. on pres:-ntr.tion Df factual data to c-ver these situation.

I.C.C. REF 'GC.E..TT*O RESTRICTTONS

The citrus industry, during the -reater p.-rtion of the 1945---, shipping
s',is.:,1 ha..s becn under the rioct drastic rest rictic]-..;: on its rcfriger'ti.n require-
ri-,nts. .',s r:trly as Oct-ber G, 194,5 th': Ie.gue vne navis:-d th:'.t the Irnt-erstLe-
C:..en'rce. Ccr.nissi.; n felt t.hi.t in the -merg ncy ccnscrvti:.n of ice in th.: w'l.1
Souther:n territory, it wu]d bo n,:c,-ssary t.- irmpt^s scne r-strictive r4,gulatirrns -.n
the nic- cf ice in t:;, t.rz snport.tin of citru. fruit frrri Fl.,rids, particularly
wher.o st-ndard re.frigurn.it.n s-rvic.-:e :r us.--.! during the 51~"?-45 season.
At 1:::05 A.I.I., i ov,'r. mbcr 1, 19-15, I.C.C. Service- OrdJ r !1C-i bcr.-a cff.ict-
i.: whic-h -rcvid .:i frc, Jov-.1:' r 12 t'. D c-.nbcr J.:-, 19-1., citrrus fruit c'.uld be
initially; iced and ::ne r-icint in transit, and after D 'ceb.'r 12, 19-1Z only initial
icing ;wnuld be ,lle.ed.
This S"-vice: Order //14 remain:.d in effect tihrough-ut the season, subject.
tc tn'ny General and Speciarl P:rn:its c.n specific citrus c:.r!odjties, cr specific
destin'ti.-.n territories, until T!,:. ?20tr, 19-i-:.
On acc,: nrt .--' throw spor,dlic :.in '...th:-r sp.iLs thr.-u,:h.t the entire
.shippin,; s:oson, tg- iher ,th thi ...':xce- sive rai,.fi ..'-hich pr:duc-:-d r -pid rnaturity
and.- s,r ;-4k f'ruit, it '.-as neces.cary to be c'ntinu.usly ct v v th the I.C.C.,
ur-'.: f S-rir'.ce t ..bt.-in d.'iiti.: ]. Specini Permits and GQ-nern. Perrit:, "r
captionsons for asd..iti-..n:l -rfrig-..ti'. pr..t:ctin. Th s b..ing p-rticul- rly true
in the m.ovrent of t-l .rirnes, throughout th- slipping: coas-.:n, 91s -*:iiti':,l
r-frig:-rc ti 'n n ides.n n 'rnit, l:jt- Crrnp:fruit and V:lcin'iir, as th-:-3s v'rities,
e..-pecially *.:h r, r" tin -a. t'o t .'xtr-rm i''. i r :t a:nd 'rth'=: t r:. ::r'ct:, .'r, ld not
arrive in r:rt:.-tc..ble condition under the gener?] refrir:-ti.. .n rostricti.:rns. I nust
s:,' liat ,.t. receiv-.. the utr. -t ccpeor.ti.'r .::U relief from bcth Fcdr:r'.l and r.ilraed
offici1lc in th- e difficultic:c, nich greatly cont.rib.tc:. t.:, the fv.r'nb.e i-r'kt-
i r .."f th-ese crc-os.

REFTZIG'.A.TOE C'.'R CO;:;SEtVATIONI

Other r, sur-s wet.r -,d..pt-.d by t.: ;-rl r ,.th:ritie. (I .C.C. Bureaj cf
S-rvice) in tr c n.\r cr c r c..ns.r. r t.in pr.'..r:- for thl: cc'.,,.-':.ic cicitributi -n of
refrirar: t.r car: trc'.hou t, th.. c.--nrt.': "n tie ha'v.:sti:i -f a:ll fresh frui-. ts and
veg -t.b.cs, -whichl cr' .tly :;.lic t, th tr- nsp:rtrt] n difficultiv-s dJurin,: the 19.15-
"4 se: s:n for th-. Fl, rid: Ci ::ur :..n- t V:-&..t l:- In: .tri,;.
The.e m.-:s3ur,-s incuic: th. is:.u' c- f I.C.C. Service OrndE-r ;15,
-:.ffecti ;e OCct -b r 10-!5, :.hicl rf.trtict.ct the Iv'.ling -f c.:.' f r 1 .,r:;ers ft r
rc.lsi.;ni.my and diversi:-n incstructi.-.-ns .it any p..:.it inr So-uthern te rrit., ry, S-,uth
.f tie Ohi r P.r P t.,-.c '.iv.'r:, together ,v;.ith -,n arund nt t.. S.-.rvice COrd r #,70,
-;ffrctive November 5, 1945, which lir-ited the holdiiig f c.r:: for orders to 48
hcurs, and an amendment t- this order effective since i!.ovenb.r 20, 1942, which
restricted all cars of fruits and vegetables to only tirei diversions.
The practice of diversions and reconsignment of fresh fruits and veg-
etables is an inherent .economic necessity in the distribntii'.n of these cmr.mcuiti:s,
therefore constant activity vith the Federal authorities was necessary to h nv-
special and general permits in effect throughout the seascn minimizing these
general orders to a semblance of reasonableness for a proper distribution to both
short ,nl long haul distribution markets.
Another restrictive measure for the release of refrigerator cars hold for
unloading was I.C.C. Service Order #180, which imposed penalty demurrage charges,
ranging upward from $2.20 on the first day to $44.00 per day after the seventh c!a:y,
for delay in releasing this equipment after its arrival at destination. This crdcr
was effective from February 11th to April 10th, 1944.
The most severe restrictiv. ensure was Agent T.nylor's Order .151, which
became effective January 16, 1944,. prohibiting the leading of citrus in r:-.fri r-
erator cars to Southeastern territory, including Ohio River Crossings, points South
of the Pctcmac River and points in 'eInst Virginia, South of a lir.e (BEzO 2r..) fr.-n





Fnage 9
Parkersburg, 1. Virrginia to Cunhbrland, :Mi. This Order necessitated the loading of
citrus in ventilated box cars and the absence of ice refrigeration protection at a
time' vi.hen most of this mid-season' fruit required refrigeration for delivery in
rorketnobl-. condition. The competitive marketing situation was intensified, in that
there was no refrigeration restrictions on citrus from competitive producing areas,
and distributors were refusing to order Florida' citrus in ventilated box cars
demannding refrigeration. Florida citrus shippers experienced some severe losses on
account of this Order, which was modified on I.Lnrch 13th as to mid-season oranges,
and th; order finally cancelled on Mlarch 20, 1944.
All things considered, both the Citrus and Vegetable Industries of
Floride h2d a successful 1945-44 season, taking the view at all times, that these
n::y transportation restrictions in the conservation of both refrigerator cars and
ic- .7 re nc-essr' evils in the '.7r effort to be endured and overcome until a
return to normalcy.

FLORIDA O.D.T. LOADINGS
1943-44 SEASON

Carload
Est.Jgt. minimum m I'inimnun
per Pkg. Number Weight
Contain Lbs, ackaghes Approx.
Boans Bu. Hprs. 365 6)40 23,040
Boans, Limr. Eu. Hprs. L0 520 20,800
Beets L.A. Crate 85# 342 30,000
Cabago L.A. Crate 91T, 316 28,750
Sacks 5 23,000
li Bu. Hprs. 5 425 21,225
Carrots L.A. Crate 90 3354 30,000
Celery Howard 10x16x22 68 432 29,376
Nailed 10x16x22 63 432 29,376
CucU.nbers 1 Bu. Crate 5! 528 30,096
Eggplants 11 Bu. Crate 57# 480 27,360
Esc-irolo 1-- Bu. Hprs. e 43r 150 19,350
Lottuce L.A.Crate 71 316 22,436
1 Bu. Crate 2 25 720 13,000
1lj Bu. Hprs. 37; ',.50 16,650
0Okr 1 Bu. Hprs. 3# 640 21,760
Pe's 1 Bu. Hprs. 34. 4 572 19,448
Pepper i- Bu. Crato 48 480 23,040
Fot !toc s 50 Bag 51. 30,000
100 #Bag 1021 50,000
Bu. Cruae 61 31,500
Squash Bu. 'pro. 49# 520 25,460
Tor .toez Std. Lug 36r 700 25,200
Tur .ips L.A. Crate 81 571 30,000
C-uliflowor 1l- Bu. Crate #L 480 23,040
The Offico of pefensc Transportation was much more liberal in their at-
tiaudo than in the 1942- 3 season and shippers wero allowed much moro latitude in
l-:dding. Theo !.n=ral -roquiroment was that the car be loaded to uso all practicable
storage zpacc but not be loaded beyond the rofrigoration or ventilating capacity of
such c'ar.






R ,iL.C LS L" ... Llj.n. 3 Cjix FL.'0l Gi '2 ?OP .'Ju SE..SJi 1C'~-44i .
(,1ugust 1 July bl)
:Fr.ig t .: :Tot ,l 3.B7.c : Gross R, turns' : Prord'-.attionr anl'J : t e turn
C.-,rlot :.:,!d v. : ^ o' ds : T-;it arnd: Plo' i!t Poin1ts : Fiiol:etLiL Cost : F lorida Gro:-:ers
ohipInnts "SIinppad :FIeg.at xep.: ixp-pss : BoxS : rIor Urop ?o:o : ''or 3 Po : o. : ,Fo Crop
...,. :. 51,.:.71 5 7. : -: 0" 0,511, 7i," *'... .1'-' :: 0i 88 ,7 :$1.'5:. -*.5 ,;94,912::. 1..5t :, 4l,1'JJ,0 6.0:
' r p,-,"1:,: 1i.,45'. :1 ,"52:L -: ,: : 1, 4,458 : 1.4/: 5 .2-'/7,65 : 1.00: 5 .984,0OG :
' T .. :2 s _. .'.'.. : .: 'V, .: -: '" , '.': -: '..7 l: i.. ,'- : : .::e : 6, 5 7, '.: 1.'t7: .,8 1 ,731:
a.*'.l t 'us: 16t ,._' : 0 ., 1: :,10'3: Coni1.- ,s1:d : : Co.".-ted : : Conver d : :.Coinve ted :

Te0 l3: 35... 5 :;2,2 : 1C-:. : 12,514, : .01 :U17 ,?,21 :?1.7: '70,17) 3,. 0: 1.2 .: 54 ,.' ,391:

Str 7-, t i r3: d .: -"* .. :'o ':1 R .il r ci-.d: i. a l ,*.n' :i-n-, :'Jon;";u:red : Tot l
-K.,..3 : "r' /- t : E',i.-h-t : orc ss: B.o: s : Out : Truc. :"Fros E'xc.. : ,c os Bo::c
3rIr.g es : 26, '/i,:93: ,3.3 ,125 :7c ,.60:;:/ ,6511 3 1:45i '_: fd6. t 7 :'t l.'lU,4 2,522,o_1:46, 'u, 000
tI .o, r.PI' i t : 6 ,3 05 ,,76 76 .) .1 .-,! ; t. ,- ,,. -, -,, .. ,.
.r..f ..t. 6 ,. .j5 - Z,76 : : ,i .: : , :-' 5 '- : ,.i .,d5, 4 : J... .,., ..
'7: ,c erines:1: ,710 0 4,..s o'.:1' 7., 4C,: 2,c-316,7 :'. ...2 ,':-,-,0 1,_... -: '0.,'l,: 6,6 0 ,0u :
' ot .: C' t.: ., o:4,G. 8 : 6 ,'10i,_5.-j,::'.1,',0:4:. ,'J-",: ,:..-' : .O1 __6 _,4.': 44,1 :'., 51: _,6 ou, 0 :
C.0 t U 5'-Z 2 1 6


.jr.:ges ." ._ 1,371: 7,0 '.: 1,3 3:. .l,10; 5,5 3"; i3,045: '7,5fc7:. G,3 06: 100,501 P
r it; : 3,45: '- : "l..,0 : '': 1 ..*: Z5 114: :?: r7.,07 :
n- .r. eri. e3. : 5,8 : 1,8 -3 : d'l7: 6,179: 95':': 7,156: -: '..'t: 3,1 2 :
it'al Cit.: 6, ?67.: : 1 l o01: ,100 : , _.O.: ... r '2,61.l: 76;,6 1, 41: 11: 331't1 j ,591 2 :
Lstiimated Cost or Producipg cnid i. riri-:ti1:g 35,.30 ar;.-: oi 02,. 3S, iR.Pi-, RUIT. 'D O'i .''ii;;}
Cost or reduction. or tree .?uch i2' rtilzTer, cnpr-y ri Lte.'ia'j. citiv ti., spay ,i pruning,
etc., 'ut n-ot n.cl udi. I D 1-.-t t, d pr3cia inp., or ta:ox o tr : o'.' c St y p i -no:. :
Dran,:, S .50 Qraperuit E. .40 T'nxi r,:n.:. .)5 h'cji,-hted Average $ .4S,3
Ccst of' _i:,'i g u'.ing, p-ck in.g, .: 1lin; an..1 otiOr : ./ '":J.*''., .... ori.'I'ry ir "i'' r*.i' c"' Irges :
C.Or... s: 1.25 G;rap.efrui t 1.07 ':__ wl:n. ic nin 1 .''3 lei,}t.d v"; agF, :"., 1. ?- :
0ot.i .*-rjinj e'.- -i avr.go c -st o[' r,'ol'.ct.o';. T a rn, mrri .:eriin.-i of Ci trust.
3"2-.,: s 1 .75 "'r -".. fr/1t LL 1."7 TRr i Ci t.d Av & -J :0 1.729
1. L'' c:.._:c .':se O':.'_r C '' ; o'c-,.', t P ,"l"'0 .t dL U EJtim,.-ued box es rne car:
St[.i- ght f ei!gL..t; Oranges 503.2, *r-t.efr"iit 505.'_, T,' ,rinres 445.7. 11 Str. eight ?rei~hlt 5;C'0.6
i.:i:-:-. cars 47, .4 bc-:cs.
.o..i..d Str'i, ,.t .nd ,'-3.'d fr'a i.:.ht: C suo 531.9, GrAp f'ruit 502.8, 1iug "ri; 4GG.7,All 4 o .2.
-: ..-. ss 400 bo::es.
Co'Li.:;d Prei,.t .xprss..: .e, 4 8.9, *'3 .pefruit C S.0, '-..igcrin-s 456.2 ..1 4.95.G
*".* :.ii.ed c 2 n l:sis: a I -. ;.. s 5.. 'L. rapefruit 27.0, T i':rin s 14 .1 e]'r cent.
4. r.o-o car':: u::cd: Ora:.g s ;. ,clL'cu1.'- ff'.v T'ngerines 725, Grap.fruit 6441, i.:ixcd 272'.. Tot il 9830
.D i,.L".iimiu 0.D.T. load 45, -i :.:-cs pe'r L.:: c:<*.




U-
C IT r' .I 't 'i L:; .I,'. '.),j'
J t.a i'JL.S :u J. ot 1qu
j. :,01Q:rlo ,quiv.
'3. ..'..'r; : ,.U rlot iv
T',h ,. I!.I -.,S: Car lot ov,.L v.


TED 0:s -.'LO i L, CI. iJ. CROP OR ESE0"2O. l l'*i3-44 (Con 'd).
.).r' 1-'L.LJ .. :.,, !A '". J.,rU. ...:, lu T--', (,'ru, ho:,:su Dcr carlo:.d) Oct.1l-.Tul-; 31
b, 3 ,1,:., '.': boxes.' oss t .lC,' G,681,10, ;!et' :*.. :'1.33,',' ,0' ,5C0
.J9 or 3b ,GC D L.ox-;. :siro-3 2. 7,,... t7,3 2 '::-t '.1: .00,'. 35 ,600
957 or iJ2,Q,)C' : x E.Cros.- :t ; ..- V',"' 1 1'5,t! ,..t .-...i- .1.i 5 -l, ,4- 6
7,25- o" 2, 5'<,j 3.:, I) :c. o.Jro:i .?. .-. 0I ,'; Q, 75,Q12 I':.-.:--t !;1.31, 3 9,556


0 "'- -: :C.Lrlot .equiv. 6,.-. or.'i,U ". .. -ro s at .1 0,;,10.1,. 3-.'',5 2 !l-;;-:- 7.t '*,1.35 .:,OP" ,1,0 ,80
G1'APEP'RUIT:C.r lot oqui-:. 13,0O50 or 79 ,4..S' ,-_' )' -.o::c4 1.Cro.3..: .t .4 7,: ?5 ,070 ,7 3 l!. -'. t ,1.0 ,.' 0,. 1 -'-;40 ,400
Tl.G RINj-S:Carlot eauiv. 7 166 or ,, ;1. ,5 2 bo:-:.03 .ross at T ....7C, 1 S,5 15 9-5-.* 1.. 7,. 7 1; ,167
ALL CITRUS:Carlot OcuL' '.;2 G1-, o -.',3 ,50:. .:x .. r :;. .0.: ;1 6 1 ,18:5,0 3 ;'r;:-::zt ,:1 5. '7, G,4 7
C.I ih.:R Y ." ', .. i .' 3'! :.,' ;LO fI ''I '.--:j.L' J... ... .J ... ... 194 -'- ( .-:es p.r c 'c'l.ou )
ORb"3GES :Garlot ecu 'v. r l.... ,1 '1 uoxes.'ross ; ,2.0C 2, J 1,308 :' tt L:-at, C1 .22 13,43 ,C?
GRAPE?,UJIT:Carlot equ : 'l,!.1- CP ,'1",6.-1 box:c.Troc it ,1.),. 1, 1o ,8 6 !:c't. :t .3a8,,17, % ,1GO
ALL CITRUS: U.:lot equiv. '*,G 1 rZl,- :5t, 3 o- .-.)ro .s i. ,1.7, 53,52..:, 704 I.:'-t .1.00 ,O 31,.420, 95
" bS' Cg'. .: U C'J.. rI-.J.D I. r.u...fI .. i i:'l .i:;i. ; .il'J xCU'; -::,) Oft, C:.. j 3-*. ( i'.': per r arlo*d
O.IrGE. :C -vrlot equ-L; C.,iC3 or 2', ':,5..:1 bo'cs r11" : .:..3:',, 6 ,.-- ,711 IT.:A .25,. 1.5'.,226
GRitPlaFRIT:Carlot oqu;'.v. :'3,05 or 0,?15,952 hoxus .*i: ss tt -:,.00,-, 2,4l7 ,'04 ,et-.:-aft *, ..)3, 1, 123,075
TAGERII'..S:Carlot equiv. 296 or 3S,41:3 boxes .,rcx-> *.t .'e. s,. 1,195,254 -',!t:-.t 1.1 ,' -93,0-2
ALL CITRUS:Carlot oqui-'., 10, .7 or 'i-L, ,051 !)O;:Cs.:ro:;s it ,' ,. -9,/1,G6' ot-...t :1.16, O ,7 20 2.tJ
C I .iJ".: T S C. .:. J.. Ii. F.L .. .i,' i 'i.'. T ,IJ.,' ;L i...L... I1 .' .' i''. , ', C 1 0' -'. Ji. ....I .
OlNGC-Is Carlot ;qul'. j3: 1 L rl5,6e.'.,0j- hjxc..;. *un t I '.25,,- :' ,'. c-t -"-at *1.:: , 10 ,-1'L,07
GRi.AIEBR?;I'T: Carlot eq uiv. v u,0' or:?2,015,JC bo.-:es.Cro.x. -At 1.5', 6"*,6,13' Ih:t-at ; .83, 1 0,476,7447
TA GE RIN: S :C-u'lot oquiv.. 1,''-5, or 17, ,2' to:'.os.ros -at ,-.-.*1,. ,,611,1-: i 'r- at *;1.1, 1,022 150
ALL CITRUS :Carlot oquiv. 95,21:J oz e i. b15s .Dros. at 1*... 72,-181.75 r-t .t .1., ,05,175
C.T.HL 3, l P. D BY R L, TR CK, / ._. ..._.._._ I 0 -' *,J '.** 1. ,LJ :L (4--'' ~ ::'i "or car. -oad)
TORu.'J S :Carlot eiviv. r100,) *i' ,,i r..~ .. .u ...r.. t, 0., ..>,. 1'';,b76 ,07 1 1,.-: .- t l. 1,w$',oSG,3'2
GU.APIE R IT: Carlot equiv. 7 1, 7 ..1 .l, ,0- U.,- .. -.w --..:-1. :. ,; 53,7 ,53 !':,t-."--t ., .'. ,:-," *1G1,5 4
TAI-GERl;i.8 :Carlot oquiv. 8,1::.2 c ..'0. '- ... .bo:' s. C.ou .:t ,.u ,. ''. l~. ;i t--- .t 1. 4, ,190
ALL CITRUS: C rlot equiv. 131,59 o 2,.8' j0 ;. b0.6.-c ".Cr It ....' ..'' '5,'633 .C..0 3 :..t-.::--t., .., ','',. 0G6
T "7'" :. .]J: ). cx s G ''t- ],,' F~.-.t : ... .


NOTE: Gross 'fers to returns Fob cars Florida shipping points, nd not refers to returns to wo:.-;.'s
or fruit ovnmors boioul, fducting for interest, depreciation, and taxes, but after dpducting for cost
of production and marketing.
1. Truckod-out shipment fig--res were based on inspection c..rtifi_.d for intcrstatc. movo3Acnt.
Road Guard Stations for checking wore open October 16-Juno 30 only.
2. Cannery fruit represents average gross price and the not price " the gross less the estimated
nicking, hauling, and marketing cha-rgcs.
3. Figures for Consumed in Florida Ar' rough 3stimiates bas.d on population, prices, ot.,
Any person who does not approve this home consumption ostiimatc c:,u mako his ovn estimate, but this
volume, which i3 probably under estimated cannot bc ignor-d.


I







S.ILL .':Od i -fOi .' C, 'i'.t Or sol .: 1 in.'. :..1' or ICa c, or for l :5,.d' c O C .. .:ioo .
Gross vA.-ue. .o U c .od.di.'s l .a.:. i"L c:rc :.,r in truc!.-:, at C lor.-i.a loa.i:n. poirit.i
ol.o ;...-fti,.r, ^Ci-j..c i 3C-..: ,,thcr ... ':.,.ti:: :'- : .. es !:fv .lot "'o :-. deducted.
":...\ j. " .Sst -*... .. rlor i: b 0b:r'i", .rt::cce : .,:1 s .ed :F'roce cs 2c.'. : Lstif .:t toe Ir'u: c..c, t : '',- L' ./ti. .L
7- -i-'.-- ". .' '"0_ : C G C C S i 1 1 .' '.1: L 'L!0t : o .,o 'C; '..
2.. 1 : E l : Lil 7 .3. 3*.:: :. : ~.. .i : Co':zur-:d " ,5 d: PLOP,."-
'*,- f. i..s : Ca *-" 7T,~ : p :, : "3 "J '.. : -7' -.: l ..,- : ':,u : Voln.. -: "'- ;lu
it-" t-n-Ce : 2,11i : 7 ::': <, 31,: C: : -;. 1,5 ,5 ):': '7, : 4,'',500
St . "r-Cut. (1 1): 1,5 .C': i., Z0:f 1 2 :0-.: A ?0.:- 1 3 : ,,4 -,4-.',.: 1,4385: :1,3 56,J3 :
S -i 1-o .al : : :: 5.-, .: 1,'7 : '..: .. :.:2, o ,- : .. ..: '',01( ', :
ps.:L. 7.: s : "- 1,'l : 11, '.- ,1...,: :." ,52,: 1,6 '0Q *, : :,, -: ,,', : .*,a.c. .: ,.-' : l, 7ct. ,'GO :
-,"._a r?, 5. .
C-te'.,,:,- 7: : 4175:-- .5, ):.-,2, :. "'.116: i, 'J:" -: 2,316: l, C', : 9,604: 4 5, 3, 50"
C, . : ,5.-' 2.,: C'.: "12,."-i ..C.. 401: 1,000: -: 1,401: 1,310 0. :10,75,': 14,512,420:
Cucu'-. .-r : 5: 2,.4c : .L'. ,.C-'. : 2 O:: 5 : -: 5075: 1,C51 ,C I : *'-0: 1,564,14 0:
S;:.-' -..t : 24 : 1,44-.- : 255,21 : FI : 7.'.- -: 07.2: 2 -,5 -.-:1 1,151: 1,537 ,7- 0 p
l :1,1: -:3^: 5C, 52:^ 7: 1,:' -: 22: 10,5c.: 1,142: 551,520:
."tc. .. ? : 3.,500: U : -:L -: .4: J53 : C'1 :' OI,20 :
Popo.. r. .; ... 1 .3 ,. 7T: .GC..-O 7 : 7' -: 1, 7: ,.27 ,5O-C : '3 0 4,I ,600
S1,5...: 07,: 0: 1 35 .,7.,00.: 70 5 .
]-*.t -. 3 5,2 .: 1,1 C.,i, 4: 55,2': l: ," '.-i "1 -- 1,.4 3: .1l,7- :G G ,'70 : 7,G55,OG4,
To:,.-to'. 3 4,5 2, -: 10,10 -00 ,190: 1,4C : 1 l 5 ,5'- : l,. :.5,0'.: 1,1-'2 1 9,6'1,200:

..otil. Veg'l .3: *:'.-,. '5 *:-1,2 :.: .' -,:'. .. 11_,'/:: 10,6:'*6, ,5'.C -..6,166, O : ,e1u : 7 :. 2d ,o 'k:
..-..'. "TO... 5: ,.5 : 1,', -.'" 'G'-7'I,(0 12,6 2: 12, .)0 .1,3C : 2 /: ,4-17,30 : 0 e 5 5'1 -3 :- 00:



Z. .i.f ocd .;:. Proc '3ss d L.p r:as xr-.a bas:d .n 2J e 2 'C2 L'C.2 -:f.1 2:t e;tt: r:*.t s U : Cm g:. t:bcs- *s1''1 n fon-cJ.tP's. :
. .- 10 32- .........




.:L L'. . .: .. . " 'G iC.. ..". .. : l-5 "--* ,. "
G: i~-jp 1 I'roi. T j ." or sold C.:-*om :.. r .e: _:.-:' u.- 2* .'O"r -'lorit con t "2-.:utio 1.:
cLJ-.o7 t Jin :1'uC fir coi..o'it .. a nd ,6 it n.rs c in tS:'.ct:s, ..It Plort5 i :1-: il o is t -.
C;.,LOT -: : E' in'i',-' 1 l10 .h*,:_ ru'.'ck.e-&. [J, 9:0 -:: 1,o: .l : r .cc e d Esc,. r.cot..- *r e-:cd: "d.z.s) :C''.;LR L"
E';'iV.":-'.-nl :- r.il :5 1 5.!.:.. *. luc :out or i:1 : i. CorLStLl, CO: FLO :',':
..P 3C.- : cr : o- l o i a CVolu : .lu. : o li r-L : lu
lot.l Ci" r I :. ',LJ:. 1,4 ...9.127,f '.,3 21: '/,25i4: 10,,257: 7'., 6 ,21 ;2:' 1,-7 c1,,1,5r:b:1..,6z d,3ob
.o i- t t : 3": 7. : 4, .5,5C.. 936: 1,770. : : 5 .05G: 2,95G,509: 0,56:' 7,'','-i08:
:3t .clo, :. -- ,055 .1,c2:.0: 5c, .37,5L'.4: 11,70 : 10,9(: 35, ,00 26 ,166: :,4 0 .0 7.;, 1 .'i: 57,323,14:
;., t .. 29.L 135,763 *:'1, ,13 ,70., 15 19,:2;3: 25,067: 31 ,-11 1I54:, 25, 23,73 .. 1,197: .2 ,G533,029




PfL-e 15


FLORrDA P].rDU-CT:'i; AD VALL-: FOR 11i SEASOUS
AL.. CITRUS
(Includes Cnnmed nnml Locally Consumed)


Carloads
Production


82, R65S
74 ,491
102. 27
105,'),64
14-, 69
100. 119
14.. 05
120.089
15-'., 09
131,592


Se son

1955-? 4
13.4-:, 5f-I

192G-57


1350-4 1
19.:--51

19,.2--'5
1942-4.:-




19C'-54"
19. -?:'.
l975-3f..
19:6-37
1957-58
1]9.:P-:'?

1310-41

19,2-." 5
19.7-4-5


Carloads
Production


55 ,754
45,411
45 718
53 385.
70 ,000
t-?506
(5,151
5 560
7.. 191
?'.,?21
70.219


Boxes

29,276,237
35,835,854
29 462,052
40,660,203
40,959,629
56,447,995
42,975,112
55,890,754
48,400,000
68,7001446
80,800,000


t'lorida
Gross Value3

$50,59.8, 46
50,154,054
50,660,719
54,44.5,922
57,506,680
59,4-9,1 72
57,902,385
45,0?7,.81G
57 ,417,670
83 ,823 ,200
87,328,394


SALL .i.MUITS


Florida
Gross Value

*42,401,131
42,797,752
55.189,191
68,858,758
5 .2 85.552
58,645,931
50,565.127
64,192, 095
80,572 020
155,05?,989
199,088.696


W [r P':ted
Ave r.:.r
Production
Gross l.tfr. et

'!1. 4 5 %i.0 $ .34


1.53

1.70
1.30
1.04
1.17
1.15
1. 6.

2.47


1.00
1.12
1.09
1.08

1.05
.99
1 .09
1.12
1.51


.69
.61
.20
.07
.12
.16
.57
1.11
1.16


ALL VEGETABLES .: NCO,-CTTRS FRUITS
Carload's Florida
Production Gross Value


62. !31
57, 06
52,67;
60,110
82150
77,606
75.404
68,486
80,2109
069445
79,605
A'D VrGETABLES


-5,956,126
.,4.1.44,707
:3,00,675
*il.-":10,.710
*;, .-.<7:, 752.
42,75 720
480,562,482
02,7006,220
.7,555, J90
94 ,944,402


C,rlo- s
Produ'ft-ion


15i, 651
140,171
12,7.11
1.-2,945
16,094
220,975
184, 563
20,-;e89
20C.0303
224,554
o2i 197 nm


Florida
(jrossf V-lue

$ 77.156,615
7W, 733,879
87,35",:,88
'.07, 29,514
94.'96.062
02,220,665
95.105,847
112,768,552
143,278,840


'!OTES: "F:'oductior"?"figures do not include any production v.:hich nama h.ave been
_brrnJonru d, 4iae to quilit., condition, lo- ra.rket-: or any other rjanon.
".]ross Vlu;," means the -alue oi' the fruits a.ld vegtables at shipping
i--int. w'h:n ready to be transported to m-rket packed or unpacked.
"i..rk-.-ting Costs" as used above includes picking, hauling, packing, if
pocked. -eAlling charge;, advertisingg, asscsmsrnts3, inspection fees, etc.."
"'l.-t" s u-nd above shows the e-stimated net to grow/rz b-efors deducting
for int--r.-st on investment, trxes, insurance; and dcpr;.:ci'.tion if 'nfy..
1O.D.T. regulations resulted in citrus being loaded 21. and vegetables around 9,
hea-vir than in 1941-42 season, and about the same a.: in 1942-45.


ALL VEGETABLES


Season

19553-354
1934-55
1935-56
1956-37
1957-58
1958-59
1959-40
1940-41
19-11-42
1942-453






FLORIDA ORAL:GE S!.IP!.';TS, VALUAYiOi:S, AND (CTiER DATA FO,. 11 TEARS
R-c:'rdz Tt 1 Portion 7.it:h :o. Tot.:1 Estimated Estimated Est:mated E Estimated
Esti-.at- s Caricadis CGrload.s Rail :-ul, Rail Trucke-(3) '.n',ed(5) Consune:(5) Florid:
Ssso n Reported! Snipped Shioped .- BoaL out of i in Production
Sniped ,, Fail P;, Boa.t Ship.-e nts Florid.- Floridir Florida Utilized
OR.:.jGES Crladis C:ar Canrlads 'ozc. o::-.es 3oxes a Eo:-:es Tt.'l P oxe..
195.,5-4 .5i1, 9 7IA,25: i. ..,10 12.,401,,.. 2:,322,000 61,4*3.5 1,J86,000 1, 170.996
19,.;4-z5 .Cf-l 1 4,. ',i70 1',OCS.S 2,991,e4i3 177,9,7 1,25,000 15.5rq'9
1935-56 7,7.. 17,.403 1,52.:3. 11,71-4, 2,51i3,00 1.O000G 1,500,000 15 ,9Cc 56
1950-37 .37,208 .2..-.2 15, 26 1 4,5.0,03 2..C60,000 620,185. 1, ,7C0, 000G 19,-:0,7,9
1937-53 "5,061 ,:5 ..,. :.-.-, .,0 ,r-"7 ., ,. 000 1,055,.19 1,800,000 24 .30 ,9Z.
.c-.39 6-", 0,-5.. 18.17 2. L,52. ,75 5,17 5,7- 1i ,1 0.,, : ,000.OCO .50,015O 7,:
1939- '0 5 ,2F5 .- '3 P, 99 1 r4 6'1 :." 4,.76,000 4-,170,1 1",00,COO C5,06-.702
12-40-41 4,0,S 51, ... 11,125 IC,C00 ..,2 3,726,000 ,2."'.,-6..1 2, :175,.COO 25, 75, 090
1941-12 ,95 0 4:'. 1,155 iG,10 3. .C .,.GO .1 ,.9 2,U:"-. ..5 7,20C,000
.- 5,3 07- 2., .__2 1n. 5.7.1 ,8- "71.,. '. L ,4. 7 ?,24 .1
C7..l ') 1. ID.** .. 0 5,


1 -yr.Ave. .r__,7.:_4 .:_ 10,7L'. 16.230,72, 3,50.1,..1 2,::,1.-1 1,833',21. 2,902 _57
194 5--4 t1,16C -f..1i0 !onre 3u,, 11,378 F ?.155,00 __11.010, 841 ,2.. 22,50,l 43,20'., 000
Records Cost of Cost :'f Lstiat" d S.i:.-..t.d. l) Esti.r- t "t'.... ... .."'. .tir td 5Tim- tcrj
rand Es- Prodte- Picl:ing, .ror- FOB it.e Ret.,u'n.;: t ':.t Rctur Gr'os' 2' Grces R.turn
ti t tion(2) H..u i P -t.:rr.' .o -r 'r :eTr.. t .rnl 1 -tu0 All Or-'.- .
,.-=sSon Befoi aL-'c.ing:, Florid.. F *jliB,-'.t ."i'. .: ,.ost ;r.r... a--"d "1i. ?o t ', rv.t.d.
All Picked S?llipng. Point:_ Shipmnrt.s ShiFr.--nt an-td U"d Sn1 nits and Ucd
CR. C-gS Pe:r -: ?-ir E':: Pr 3o:: Pir Box T. -. ;:p-4. VrC.V- .' u? Or.-r.3.s V iijn
- 1 ... "1 1 .- c Or ,a .` : 21
1- -.-.5 .-:5 ..90 ,.S .50 5,5-.7,,222' ,2'1,123. i0,52. ,7i49 e0,'52,066
1935-36 .:5 5 .95 2.0 .00 10.-3,120'1., 1 U.-,O q, 7 9,. ,552 53,. 49 ,55
1936-37 '.-,. .50 1.15 1 ,767, Z j, : ,41 9 .. 51, 507 4 .1 ,' 73,
193l7-.; .33 o .": 1.56 ..0 .,4u0 ,S:- '- .053,95i 0., 575 ,,7.3,' 55
9..--'- 1 1.-,3 .25 5, :;2,190 ,- 5,321,' ZC,7 ,l ',12. '6 7,09
1939-40 .' .1 1.C2 .29 ,,6...., / h4, .,A.1 22,&..,97C. .3,6 -515
1940-41 ...0 .t7 1.65 ..6 5, 79,5. 7,0 ,1 0 .e7.0 ,0 4. *44 -',10
1'41--' .4-- .0 2.10C .76 2-,8,3 ,7i,'. 16,'i0,916 ,_ ,3? ,5'J5 51,90',503
19.12-4," .-0Q 1.01 2.9'7 1.56 -,r.,47,G65 53,%0-O.-2 73, 5 3,50 101,03, 20_
10-'.n. Avg. .:* '- .,".E. ,.:00- .65, .- '11.165. , 31-.0i. .0 0c .-i '.52. ',,.712 :, ..'55 .967
1343-,14 .5,2 1.25 6..I, 1.35 9 -1,10.1J..J0O ,3',;, C 6.:3. ... :,--.i?,. '-.. 7 .
ROr'ES: (1) ::et rCturn aCfter dad ..ct in-r for cost oi production .nich includes fertilizer, sprtay :.atori als,
cul tivtti.g, spr':,"i:.r, ri u'ing, Itc., b.t bO'ore dDductir ta.:cs, irLterost, donrecia ion. (c) Cost of'
,r',.ctio i~. igres *<.e?i to -:t returns t' g-o'"rr will. :hov "On' Tre:" .vergo price for rail and bout ship-
,* reta3. (3) Estiur:,: rfi.._: .. for "?.-uc...-Out." '-i "Cari'n d" atock ro :nL basod for last. 10 'yoars. ?Figurcs
f'or "C' :..3.'Pd in Fior id" t.c.l': aro rough estr. atesi b-sed on s'inply, prico, population, otc.
e '.Vclgntod Avo4;.g G :Includ.:-s 124,0>9 bo::,e diverted to other uaOS.






Records Totl 1
Estimates Caricads
Season Reported
GRPAPE- Shipped
PP.ITT __ Carloads
19V -"4 17.514
1934-55 19,218
19S5-3G 15,196
1936-37 235,786
1937-38 16,952
1938-59 25,047
1939.-40 12,974
1940-41 19,:'.2
194.-42 16,813
1942-45 16,529
10-yr.Ave. _18 ,599
1943-44 18.041


Records
and Es-
timat -s
Season
GR,.PE-
FRUIT
1933-34
1934-35
1935-36
1936-77
1937-~8
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
10-yr'.Avg.
1945-44


Cost of
Produc-
tion(:')
Before
Picked
Per Box
$0.39
.37
.39
.30
.36
.30
.40
.35
.40
.35
.357*
.40


FLOR'IEDA .'PES.ITP SHIP'i TS.
Portion With ';o. Total.
Carloads Rail Haul, Rfil
Shipped Shipped L Boat
by Rail by Boat Shipments
Cars Crrlonds Boxes
11,i.O'40 6,174 6,981,916
10,418 8,800 7,577,053
6,858 6,358 5,936,067
16.'142 7,644 9,5.5.,85,
11i511 5.441 6, 002,065
17,051 7996 9,844,9,86
9.160 5,814 5,110,591
14,478 5,484 7,956,475
16,298 515 6,856,510
16.529 None 8, 000.134
15,177 5,223 7,422,765
18,041 None 8,9849800_
Cost of Estimated EstinmteU(1)
Picking, Gross FOB Net Returns
Hauling, Returns to Oroc:ers
Packing, Floridn R-il&Boat
S.-llin Points Shinments
Per Box Per Box P-r Box
0.63 841.51 .$0.29
.84 1.29 .08
.S? 1.87 .61
.83 1.48 .35
.82 1.53 .35
.74 1.0-1 z .ro
.82 1.42 .20
.74 1.21 .12
.80 1.80 .60
.88 2.33 1.10
.811-::- 15284 .56
1.07 2.47 1.00


VALU.AI' 0:1S
Estim ted
Trucked(3)
out of
Florida
3oxes
684,000
1,187,011
1,028,000
1.283,600
1,235,600
1,4'72,277
1,000,000
1,559,600
1 042,000
612,807
1.110,290
355,600 _
Estimated
Net
PReturn(1)
RailL-Boat
Shipments
Iet V.lue
$2,02:., 756
606,164
3.621,001
3,27,500
2,510,722
zero
1,022,120 *
954,777
4,113,906
8,810,047
2.673,699
8.984.800C


. I'JD 07T'". D.'L,.\ FOR 11 YE:JPS


Estimated
Canned(3)
in
Fjorid?
Boxes
2, 605,9.5
5,603,996
5,760,000
6,685.327
5,793,097
8,395.3-48
8,800,274.
15, 70,966
10,142,575
17,53".O ,0?5
8,624,157
20 4i,648


Estimated EsCti:.~: t.;d
Consumed(5) Florid.
in Production
Florid Ut-: lized
EBo ,.'--s Tot.:, [F<,x. s
"-41 ,620 11.115,200
875,000 1E, '-13,060
780,000 11,504,07
800,000 18,121.786
750.000 14,378,760
950,000 25,050,855#
740,000 15,650,865
1,000,000 24,387,041
1,058,9.5 19,100,000
1,C?,15C 27,3500.116
8 45.139 17,98-,373
_ .213952 _1.000,000


Estii.0ted 3s'ti' -dtEd Estimated
Net Return Gross FOB Gross Return
All Grre- Return.s All Grapefruit
frt.liarv3?--d .PaJ.lE3ot Harvested
and Used Shipm.rents and Used
,*t Vilue Gross V-lrc Gross Vslue
i2,591, 793 010,542,695 $13,296,632
199,847 9,774.597 13, O.J, 9.84
5,269,881 11.100,-15 15,930, 845
4,4';8,605 15,842,231 19,731,121
2.613,485 10,101.156 15,063,803
-2,099,526 10,235, 7685 14,63,400
146,121 7,257,052 12,239,942
514,241 9, 627.335 17,555,152
6,439,418 12,541,733 22,849,773
16,156.816 18.661,2f2 40,527,501
3.695,995 11,348.709 18,512.915
.28.4C1.5.44 .22,.19..-453 ,5C.780,588


NOTES: (1) Nct return aftor doducting for cost of production whicl- includes fortilizor, srray mn'tcrials,
cultivating, s-prayii', orunir-, otc. but b-fori doauctin t.rcst, doprcciation. (2) Cost of
produti .n fi uroo addoa to nt rjturis to ;r.'r '...ill .ho. "On Trao" av.r..go price for ril nrd boat
hipm.nit.... (1 ) Esti::iatcd figures for "Trucked-Out" and "Cc.nno- Stock" '.ro -,;oll based for last 10 10 -rs.
Figures for "Conlsurmod in Flcridol stock aro rough o3t.:.:.tcs based on supply, price, population, Cit.
* 'Nusitigtd Avorage. Inludcs 2,L36,224 boxis divert to othor uscs.
Minus sign indicates %ot Loss.







R@ccrds Tot:.l
Esti.-a, ts .Carloads
Season .epoort-;
TAN- S..ipd
GORI :.H3 C rloC:ds
1.?3-5- 599
1f.?-'-35 o ,C76
1935-S-3 5,97'-
1936-37 5,8-5
19.37-59 *,396
19-.3-"-> & x..-.o".
19Ci-." 4,051
11 40-41 4,5.L5
1941-42 5,554
I>42-6 'I5 3c.2
C1G-yr.ave. ,7-
1.- 43 -4 6 179
Ru-cords C,2st .f
.n.J Es- Prc Jt.c-
timatas tion( )
Sb c:CP before-
TkA- P Picked
GERI.NE S Pr Box
11.-3-34 SC0.56
15---35 .355
h135-56 .55
17.6--7 .50%
15-37-E .52?
1,3b-Su .45
1939-40 .5J
.14L-i1 .i:J
1 1-42 .50
15:42-45 ..4S
1'-yr -."v .' .6-:
145-'4-4 .35


FLORI.DA TAJGRT:-U STP'.,TS_. V'1'UAIIO0!S, A
Por.i cr. .'Jit TF-,a E t ti:::-. td
Crrl:..7ds Rail !-ul, Rjil Trucked(5)
S'.i Pp.' Snipped ,An:t Boat cut of
by .'-il -: ?.- t Shi.e'jnt Ficrid d
C rs C-.rl -zs B:-XN s Eo...-s
2,.657 1;5- 1 1.501,-411 243,000.
-',d 1,.77 _,46l,0-,0) 7'67,706
1.".5-'0 14-'5 1,581,3'7 52,030C
4.048: 1 ,8c3 '.,2 .'.o)3 -13 400
Z;.0 9, 1;' 1,7t,0 7- ,":, 3000
4,502 1 1 2.5553,52 .-';,5-;1
5,315 .736 1,620,3 45 -37,200
3,.4-9 l,64 1,701,9 -.- 7 800,
5 5,37 147 1,45..,14. 3.4,1,00
__ W No ne j,4-,7.401 C'C-. 04
.,658 1,115 1,."',1?ll `55-,50
one 2,81,782 3 2 800
C--.Tt .f rtti.7t.3. Estinir.t,(-T --.Esti,-te.

Pic:i.ng, Gr.:ss FC3 I:t +r turn. .'et
.ul'.iig, .Ro .turrns to lGr-.s-',r. I.turn(1)
Packing, Flerm.d.. RaiJl F !-,t. Rail F& ;-t;
Scllin.: pFoint. Shi.ponTs Shipr.r.us
Far Box ?c: Box Pr:r Bc.x ilet Value
Sl.2'5 !.6G SO.19 .~~.5 ',26
..95 1.6G .1 i353,76':
1.1C. 2.00 .05 553.. 40:.
1.15 1.Kk5 -.20 457'..66G
1.1 1.8c .! .3-j7,765
..)5 1.34 .-.06 155,200
1.06 2,00 .4; 7419, .
1.C5 .C3 .10 17.,132
1.16 ..s5 1.11 i,5 .',6.0:O
1.55 ?.7?9 l.5 3 ,509,2
1.12i', 1. 0-3-1 .543 ; 07;., 01:1
i 68 :.70 1.57 .861.751


ND OTHER DATA;
Estinr t. 'd
Gr.nn' d(F.)
in
Flcride.



;Io record
node of thp
very few
T: n ge r'ines
processed.


2. tir -. t
i`c.t RJ.turn'
All Tr.npri-'ec
.'-{r.rve. to..
andi Use
:':t l,
.; 57,a L 53
-Ofu65




b-5,972.
211,216
2, P?8.,55
4,2235,461-:
.J. j 7760
_;4.894.190


s+ti.'tcrd
*'-*rec. FC'OJ
3r2turn n


Or .ss Valu.e
,. n ,'0., 5-10
2,.25,541
3,16.2,7.3;

5,10,.5C
5., 31, 2.1

4,03 1, 610
9,47?. ,5Y5
S5, LJ1, 577
.10 4 L-49':3


FO. 11 YE.MT.S
Estimn ted
CO!Iu'.L-.,,d;(E) "
in
Fl:0-ila
.o:<.s
P.7,CqC1
275, COGC
?S,0OC'J
500,000
250 ,0 03
55'5),000'
2OC ,000
57.5,000
..553,056
.?2 .,700

598.4183


E tiz. t -,
Gross .2 turn
A.11 Tonigerin..ss
Ha':-rv'.': ced

Gr-ss V tlu-:
."' 53, 52., T
,0.55.7G2
3,:.02 ,7T'-
-i ,127, -.


',411' ,37'0
4,415,4354
5,61"'-,34-
11 ,436,2.30
4,L67,55'
.f13.041 .107


H[OTS: '1) 'ot r;t-'n- aft.zr doducting for cost of p-.roductiou whih includcj fortilizor, sprL-iy natirialS,
cultiv -iL- pr-ridn., pruning, otc., but bolforo d.i'ducting for t xjS3 intorost and duoorcoiation. f2) Cost of
produior -'i6;r.s adcd to 1,c returns to grm'-or will chow "On '.rso" avorago prizo for rail and boat Thip-
;ants. : ~~si'.atcd figures for "Trucl:ud-Out" ar- woll basod for last 10 yoars. Figures for- C.ansimod in
Florid.: "ock aro rougn cstimattos bocaed on supply, pric.j, population, ote.
' .ig';t'.d av3araw-s.
Minus :ign indicates Not Loss.


SEt.in.,:td
Florida
Prcducti,. n
U ti .liz.d
T:tl Boxes
1, 1 72,93
2., GS, 755
.2,0U3:,3'.7
3,01,,65,;
2,237,:-73
. ,,3J 0:75
,3al, 1.75
2,257,5-145
2,751,624
2,10,000
4.20j,"149'.
2,655.704
3.600.000


. .


.





CITRUS SHIP.MEITS, V'ALIIA


Records Total Portion 'iith No.
Estimates Carloads Carloads Rail Haul,
Sef.son Reported Shippad Shipped
ALL Shioped 'D" Rail By Boa.t
CITRUS Carloads Cars Carloads
1933-34 53,311 32,,28 21,0223
1934-55 51,107 2,7.460 23,647
1935-35 4-,916 28,790 20,126
1936-37 66,879 4S,570 23,309
1937-3S 67.409 45,867 21,542
1930-39 87,067 5".953 28,14 i
1939-40 55,310 41,761 13,549
1940-'1 .-67,0'/2 49.529-- 17,743
1941-42 61,9'.5 60,128 1,817
1942-43 .- 7._-,1 u 76,198 o one
.1 O-_.Avg. 63,5? 46.432 17,089
19, -44 85.380 85.580 None


Cost of
Prodi c-
tion
Befo; e
Picked
Per I ox
$0.44
.43
.44
.Z7
.28
4 .
.423
.29
.43
.29


Cost of'
Picking,
Hiuling,
Packing,
Selling
Per Box

.88
.94
.92

.82
.90 -*
.85
.69
1.01


Estimated
Gro:s FO B
-Returns
Florida
Points
Per dox
$1.65
1.63
2.14 ,
2.04
1.57
1.31

1.51
2.06


Total
Rail
& Bor.t
S!linr.Kr.f.r
Boxes
20,884,890
20,132,561
19,232,052
26,221,596
26,317,533
33,927,076
21,4-49,504
26,553,127
25,142,270
57,216,310
25,686,205
42.514. 60


Estimated(1)
Not R -turns
to Growers
Rail &* Boat
Shioments
Per Box
..0.5'3-
.52
.76
.75

.15
.23
.27
.74
1.41


Estimated
Net
Return(l)
Rail & Boat
Shipments
Net Valae
$ 7,022,618
6,587,160
14,717,619
19,5:3.547
F,020,166
5,228.990
6,005,457
7,115,479
18,512,35K4
52.587.533


Estimated
Net Return
.A1l Citrus
Harvested
and Used
N.2t Value
?10,009,011
-,855,955
20,211,899
24,57..,296
S,C3 ,419
5,6953,514
5,01-O,792
8,831,033
27,65u,289
76.2. 772


FLORIDA TOTAL


Estimated
Groos FOB
Returns
Rail&Boat
Shipments
Gross V". lue
;5 ,451,?06
32, 724,487
-*'-1,206,701
53,611,677
41,370,231
44,443,374
54,341. 712
39,711,619
51,cl5,321
104 75. 215


Esti: .-d d
Truc'r:od (5)
.Gut. of
Flri '--.,

5,770, COO


-1,274,000
4,975,600
7.126,559
5,813,200
7,720,400
5,476,000
3,728,67.3

2.893.600


Estimated
Gross Return
All Citrus
Harvested
-nd Used
Gross Value
$42,401,191
42,797,752
53,189.191
68..85b,75
53,285,352
5:,C4G, 31
50, 65,127
82,192,695
80,572,620
1 5 C052- S i


1O-;'yr.Avg ,405 .- .* 95-5 1.865* .565'- 14.515. 63 11,410.9:6 .'7: 4.'.. 3 **77.'-.1 .261
1945-44 .._9 '.. 1.2-1 5.01 1..' ._ _,-. i *.'I _.._._: "_"_ 6 ... ....._,,_.,_7_- .1 '.i.*, ,C..':


, NOTES: (1) N1t return after deducting for cost. of production which includes fortilizor, spray materials,
cultivating, sprra.:irnp;, nruning, etc., but boforo deducting for t'x.;s, intorcst, d-prociation. (2) Cost of
production ficuro, acldd to not returns to growor will show "On Trco, LAvor'- o pric-j for rail and boat shio-
moonts. (3) Estimantc figir*- .for "Truckod-Out" and "Canned" stock aro woll cisod for last 10 years. Figures
for Cnuo: in-PFlorizdc" stock aro rough ustiznatos basod Qin supply, prico, population, otc.
* WVoi'ht.Ad Avcxrg3 ...
i Incleua 2,12, ,;-23 bDoxs div.ertcd to other usos.


Records
and" Es-,
timates
Seo~ on
ALL
CITRUS
-1935-54
1954-55
1935-3p
1936-1 7
1937-58
193-5939
-1953-40
1940-41
1941-42
,1u42-43


'-U
L.


7?r':S,.AD OTHER
Estim:.3ted
Ccnr!edd(3)
in
P'lorid

,5 7,97

S.900..,JO
7,505,512
6,848,406
9,562,0.57
12,970,408
17,812,227
14,339,874
24,022,299
10,523,016
51.456.489


DATA FOR 11
E tim-. ted.
Co:,r.Lwu.ie'J(3)
i:;
Flbridr
Boxes
2, 47 000
2,575,000'
:.,530,000
2,900,0
2,LOO,OGC
3,300,000
2,740.000
4,000,000
5,441,856
5,733,150
,042, 501
.1.134.951


VEA.\ S
stim .ted
Florida
Production
Uti li .d
Tot -1 E[ox.-.s
2U,276,267

2.,4.2,052
40*.,01,20C
40,0395 ,629
56,',7,995#
42,973.112
55,890,754
48,400,000
689,700,446
44,552,734
80,800,000






i:'Et i.L Ct L'.' .::FiP. a .'I3 ,:.0:.i 'LOQ IiuA- E,- COi.'i0DI : I., .I;D Ou:.T:is, FOR 1943-44 8 ... 0'.
COi.1'iODIT'Y :.7ug.:Sept: ,ctc.: no, .: Dec.: Jan.: .eb.: i.'rr.: Ip it l: ay :: .Jmune: July: TOTAL :
--e-s ." .: .. h77: b.''.'" 56 : 53b4: 61037: 7507: 7130: 6949: 4,36 4: 687: 51,405
Granfrl't it : : 1 63: 1575: 863: 1345: 1444: 9141! 2179: 2291: 89: 121: 15,441
"'" "' : : : : 7 -: 207-.: 1 55: 14 :. 8: 6: 6: : 5,856
L.-xed Citrus : -.. ---:- 1G1: 111O: 11;: Q2 .: 1o45: 1551: 1431: 1419: 611: 2: 1,626
T.'Y',L ,I'Ti'Rii -: -: 1: 1:W1.579 .: 1'`: 11..-37: 1O7. : 93544: 110': .10'756 10665: 5-.'5: 890: u2, z3 8
%:tlrav. 'eI 'ies*. : .: : : : -o*: 7: : : : : 22 *
Pt'- -1i s *
ZL. lcer:. c : 1 : : : : : : 144 : 41 1: 4. 6,116
Lo 'n, : a1: 1: : 1: 1: 9: 2: ;: : : 1: 16 :
'T-yAL-.il. U-R' JITS,: "2: i: : 1: 1: ': 1I: 7: : 1449: .41o1: 4 6: o,154 :
Lh -_:s (i l1.Lis): : : 4,: 1: 1... -L'5 1 : 41.5: 355:_ I'-J1: 1'"5': 2S 4: -5": : ,596 :
Cab'aIae : : : : 9: 16 : 9";: 1412: 2560: 1261: 1: : : 6,373 :
C 1e4* : : : : 1: 1142: : 275: 74: 1'4 111: : 9, 40
Co nI, brei : : -: 3 : 1: : 1: 9: : : 1i :
..c..rl 1-. a3: *313: 1.3: ,'05
E-*. t :.. 1: 1.1 5: 2: 19: 37: 93: -9: 65 246
LEsaroe : : : -D3: ''5: .21: 2.6: 135: 103: 4: : : 1,120 :
L ttvce : : : 11: : 8;:: : 1 : : 1: 2 :
Pe-I.-, F gli:h : : : *: : 1 : 5.1: 61: 21: : : : 15 : .
.p'ce-: 31-" :-: 511: 107 1C5 2n7 4o5 2'2 514 141: 2: 1,305 :G
Pot.toe : : : : : 17-: *4: 63u: 478: 2187: 127 9: 3: 5,282 :
Tom.atoes : : 1: 205: 530: 575: 6,513: 1727: 615: 177: 19: : 4,592 :G
Othe Vgtables : : : : 5: 5: 52: : 7'7: 53: 6G: 1: 25 364 :
,:.x cd..C2 Ver,'s : : 1: 52: 211: 657: 339: 1504: 115A : .:V 611: 140: : 5,855
-I-'AL TL'iLLS : : 1: 312: 1.12: 5709: 57: 7526:1351.5: 3617: 42;2: 552: 4': 42,07 :
-. ..- :" 2: ': .512: li15: Sil!: 5016: 7540:152r 8 507: 5751: 4753: 535: 4,,b 4 :
AL 7T.11' ..'33: 5: 3: 1891: 11'.: 1524'7 i531->:. *6 8 7:3lb2'?:' 19065 1639-5 105'6: 142Lt: 130'.,52 :
!fotc: T-e a'bovr shipme, n s i.c u.l'. .lc-2 c rloal.-: of s tr-:L. ie ,vh.ch i.Soc] i .. tr iht
C .,". .- -' 1
PIC.-_UP-EX-.RESS 3':IP;' -'~.3 FROI.i FL IDA S-.ATOl:3 FOR 1'4'-44 SEAO i
CO:.i-iODTTY : u .:e'pt: Oct.: iion.: Dec.: J.e.: Febe.: >. r.:Ai .ri 1: r.a: : J1une: Jul7: TOTXL :
.iixed Ci~trus : : : : 49: 323: 52:' 4.: 555: 35d: 146: lu5: 51: 5,100 :
Stravw',:-.-r'-ies : : : : : 1: : : : : : : : 1 :
..ixe," -,-etaL1.-.s : 76: 52: 60: G6: 153: 142: 135: 154: 122: 124: 10.2: 82: 1,233 :
'-..rL . ,: VE-' : '76: 52: 60: 116: 93'7: 667: 619: 709: 49 :. 26'.-.: '07: 155: ,5364 :





RAIL FREIGHT & EXPRESS CARLOT SHIPMENTS
(No record of any boat shipments)
1943-44
CO.:'DITY- :Au .: e US t Oct.: Ilov. : Dec.: Jani.: Fob. i.: '.: :pr.ll: .la : J,-no: Jul:: TOL~l :
Oranges : 3: : 795: 7406: 5603: 5554: 6107: 7307: '7130: 6949: 4064: 687: 51,405 :
Grapefruit : : 1: 623: 1575: 8653: 1345: 1444: 2141: 2139 :.291: 808: 121: 1.,441
Tang-rines : : : : 4: 207: 1535: 148: 0: 6: : : : 5,56 :
Mixed Citrus : : : 161: 110: 5-20: '309: 2129: 2106: 1359: 15'4: 71G6: 13: 1,3.726
Y'O L3 CI'3 1: J 1 72:1 224:1 ll5:1 -: 5.1156: 11114 101: 5G2 8
Strwbrries : : : 15: 7: : : : : 23 .
Watermelons 1: : : - : : : : : 1449: 4181: 485: 6,116 :
Lemons : 1: 1:. : 1: 1: 9- 2: : : : : 1: 16 :
TOTAL 01-CITRUS: : : :
FRUITS & L:,:LONS: 1: 1:: : 9: 17: 7: : 1449: 4181: 486: 6,155
beans(incl.Limas): : : 241: 1195:' 147: 413: 853: 1021: 1037: :294: : : 6 ,P b :
Cabbage : : : 1: 186: 927: 1412: 2560: 1261: 31: : : 6,378:
Colery 183: 1142: 1920: 2375: 2074: 1244: 111: 9,319:
Corn,Groen : : : : 4: 3: : 1: : 1: 9: : : 18 :
Cucu-b ers 14: 83: 46: 4: : 24: 99: 112: 18: 405 :
Egplant : : : : 1: 14: 5: 2: 19: 37: 09: 69: 6: 246 :
Escarole 43: 243: 321: 2065: 193: 108: 4: : : 1,120 :c
Lettuce : 11: 34: 50: 82: 29: 1: 207
Peas English : : : : : 19: 50: 63: 21: : 153 :
Peppers : : : 4: 50: 107: 165: 267: 463: 292: 314: 141: 2: 1,805 :
Potatoes :: -: 179: 414: 680: 478: 2187: 1327: 9: 8: 5,282
Tomatoes 1 205: 580: 575: 693: 1727: 615: 177: 19: 4,592 :
Other Vegetables : : : : 3: 39: 52: 43: 77: 58: 6: 1: 25: 364 :
Mixed Car Vegs. : .73: 53: 112: 277: 795: 1031: 1439: 1310: 969: 735: 251: 90: 7,138 :
TOTAL VEGE'TABLES : 76: 53: 372: 1897': 3867: 6149: 7661:10667': 873.): 4406: 654: 131: 43,653 :
:IOk-CITRUS & VEGS: 78: 54: 372: 1879: 3969: 5158: 767810674: 8739: 555: 4835 617: 49,808 :
ALL FRUITS & VEGS: 81: 55: 1951:12103:16254:16481:17606:22236:19853:16665:10513 1558: 135,856


-J


fiotes: Other Vegetables include straight freight oars as eonutmr-.tod: Broccoli 16, Carrot 146,
'-Culiflower 3, Spinach 72, Greens 59, Sweet Potatoes 25, il3Ccollaneous 13 for a
total of 364.






r..'i ...: [1.iSSI .lzS (C aJ.l :,t E r'..L'.i L'e'-t ) I,*.;rl -' ;. L' ''.'L' T ..'r.[t-tD 'i L .. LI. ,'R I O L/. ,,j..u O'.-.hD -Tki li.._~'
LO.i'. ... ,.ai .j1 ... ',.Y :.L,.iL 3 .jVii", 104-')-44 i S ason( ctocer 16-Jt.u0 30 o onlr ) ..
i.:'0.;: 'DlT;_Y s:.-:u :.:. rt:"ct.: .Jov.: Lc.C. J-ji. 'I. : .: ". :.':.pil: i : : June: July:: 'UT."L ;
* -5: 1 : ? : : 36 : 677: 553: 422: 19'7: : 5,240
'.,-r. i : : : 5 :7: 3: 85: 101: S: 9: 40: :3
*i : 3ri:: e32._ : : :1 : 1 : ..4 2 12 : 2 : 4: :. :5 : .5.'7

.-: : : : 2z.- 5.': :'- 1',2 : 7 1: 1.: ..1 : 1 : : 191.
i-Li sr: : :cl : 1-: :G: -1)5: 11 : 1: 11: : ., 7 :
trs: -: 3-1 : 1'3 : : ~~ 54: : 6: -: : 61. :
1t- 55lo:: 1: : : : -2 7: : 567.
O : : c: : : l: 7 : 7: 6" 1: : 4 -0 :
1ni.-iL I.i SC. RUJi'T : : .~ bu: i 7-: 0 6C bb: l. 1J : 516: 1 G15

Li:::as : : : : : 1 11: 2 : 1:: 04 :
Caucrc.t-o i: : : : : 50: i : 738: 716: ,5y: 1': : : ,116 :
:.l o: : : : : : 1 : 4: i: : : s54 :
C, i. 1: 1 17 1":: l : G : 5 : 2: : 249 :
E-,-.- .: ; 6 .5--: .. 52 3: 701 : 175: : 7: : 4 20 :
E:cvrole : 1: 1: : 1:. 1 : 5 : : : : 7 ,1
SL-: : : : : 1 : o : : : : 4 7 : 1
F. ...s,.n l,'i: : : : : : 5: 17: : 1,': 1: 5: : 77 :/
FCpp- : ?:-. 40: 740 1 140 157* ^0 471 G42 "0



ot.:to Es : : : 7: 6: 51: 1 : 1 : 725: 105: 7: 5: : ,426 :
.o-.-,t.. .- : : 3: 110- 551 4,'14: 45 : 715: 5, 5: 5: 1: 6.1: : ,172 :
01 r : : : : 1: 1: 1: 1: : 71: 1.2.: : : 95 :
"Squ h :6 : : G: : o- 4.7 : 31 : 7 : 52 : : 4-.1 :0


-cd V;. : : 10 3: 7 5: 27: .: t 71 :1 114 :
CoGrn, o n : : 1=1 6 1 i 1c 71 69 163 :
.i"l. Pel.s Id: I 1: 1G:O 52 220
0Ec "lble : : :1 : : 28 5: 5 57: 4.. 1:. 20. 252: 5: :247 :
T'Or.:L E.EGTc'.S : 9-: : 6 41 13.1: 1 52 : 1' ': 4: f 55: :. 11,538
V-s3 Tl :3sC. 'T : : 12: 691: 045 165: 1978: 2('46: 101 14 .: 71: : '12,53


1iote: Roid G rd S :tions, ::hich chick to ce o L:.toinz slip:Vts .t t-.-tion.- alo: tho
u. ivei d S.t. n -.-s ocer 16-Jn .' 70. it is- ti t iL
sh.iprient.; n srio to 0o:tober e1 se: GOr-asp !, Grrpofruit 48, Bears ,13 CLucui.bcrs 1.
t.Shipnts t")r Jiu- 50 L2;::-5 O.e 55., Grapefruit 11, Egpl~t 45, Poi-'p.: s 2, :To-tocs 1 7,
Okra 21, Corn. :7 .nd .i.ld F.eas 0.






(..';uSt 1-July 31 cxcopt Truck uctb:r 13-J'uIe 'j)


CO C,,j..jD.,.''. :u : .:. ':.pt: O:et.: 'o .: D c : Jm.n : :eb. : E-r.:w'ril: :.*-.y J: -uno ul TOT,.L :
O'ni :r- 3: 1140: Ai'.): 6.2 : U3'l7: 672: '78 : 7660: 7371: 4261: ,.,7: 53,G45 :
*.,rl m :-vult : : I '/..3: 172*": 0:": 14-1 : o129: 22-2: 2237: 2333: 03 : 1.1: 14,271 :
Tang,.u.i v- :: i 133: 2050 : 1707: 2'70: : 10: 8: -1, 3 :
i:xod. Citrus .. : !_ 1GI: 110: 3.02O0: 309: 2120: 2116: 1831: 15G:1 710: 135: 16,U :'"
T'V..- CIj..^^ : .: 1: :22 10:1.1 )- J:1 -. l.: 10 G0:1 l0-00: : .6 Y.. 1.b- :1156: 015J0: ?.Q1: OT,-=5
Strav.orr s : : : : : : 1 : b: 61: : 6: : : 193 :
i.ter: : : : : : : : : : 1541: G356.: 435: ,683 .:
Othew Fuits : 1: 1: 29: 51: 31: 27: 10: 1: : ?: 41: 1: 2- 00 :
' et iL Lon-C1irrus : :: 1: : 1: .,6 : 4,. .: :J 1'51: 4650'/: W : 7 070 :
mcir. (nit:cl.Li: ): : : ':.]: !.i:C 100 : /GE: i ,0.-: 1551: 141i: 005: 54: ,0 7
CCbb .0.l : : : : l: 236; 103-'5: 1944: 27"6: 1650: 46: :: 8,4 4 :
Celery : : : : : 1: 1216: ?19: 277: 214. 1290: 114: : 9,7.50
Corn, .- : : : : 10: 7: 1: 1: 1: 10: 8 : 63: : 1 1 :
Cucumb.- 23: 1:2:: 6:3 21: 12: 3: i9: 164: 20: : 654 :
EGrplnt : : : 6: 5:5 1: 57: 10: 09: .110 10: 1W13: : 7 :
Escarole : : : .: 2 : 24: 2 15: : 4: : : 1,17 :
Loetuco e 11: 37: 65: 103: 40: 5: : : : 21 : p
PeasEnc 1sh : : : : 64: 3 ? C 6: : : : :
ro.-ppe s : : 7: 7 : 1'Y: L44.: -* :,Cu 609: 44:) 516: 166: 2: ,5.4 :
Potatoes : : : 1: 2: l.13: 4 1 7' : 55C: 2 3. : 126: 1,: ,: 5,700 -
Tomatocos : : : : 315.: 31: 93: 1117: 202: 1200: GS: : 7,7064
Uther' .tu;,ls : : : 0: 47: 1,3: 136: 217: 241: 185: 206: 02: 25: 1,424
Mixed Cu Vr.s. :76.: 53:- 112: -277: 705: 101: 1450: 1:.10: WO: 735: 251: 00: 7 ,17 :
T taV,3getablz;3 : 7: 53: 463: 2319: 47.S: 6777: 05j3:1325: 1071: 6050: 1OG9: 11: 5.S1..?
Totb. Vogsci;onCit: 70: 5-i: 05: 2W57: "1: 6-317: 0656:15320:10730: 7404: 5706: 617: 62,201 :
.LL F4U'iS ::"' .S: 81: 56: 2514 14074: 1.65b: 10035 :0256: 2562 22434: 13730 11021: 1553: 154,7.16

i'ote: No record of any Boat iovoment, but- thoro might havo been small amounts to the Wost Indiao
and some perhaps on Haval vessels or Army Trans3orts, if any in Florida ,i:,tcrs.


C.RLOT1' S.ilP. -"TS(i'R-:'- .TF X .& *'T UCK) ,LL .'RiiTS .J!D VEGT.^'J'S ."Y .':!THS F R SE..SO.' 100--14






1 .- . l ..- .. *. . J :..- r T .... J .' ... .'J .. : i--" 1 J ..:
('r-: . i, '''. r -. I.' ., :' *:" i c d r"r L ''-iid 'i..,L 'ot. .'', .. or ..- to
2 rc, ./it. 3 :::C p" -iJ- '). : t.o.:. t r:.t T'. tlot,:! I '; .ll st rt, ially the :,.,13)


i .rj; ht S ip. nt
CO..L ''l i ..- : 7 :: -.. 5: ..35- ;: 1.. -'T 7: '7'-. : : '-.... : 1 :'. : 1- C'-4''4 1: 1 41- : L '4 .--15 1945- 4:

11!5j es :1 ,-5 ? 13,7: .: 1 ,'3,131 31,065 24,3 : 7,084 11,574 -1i,500 51,405:
G*ap i-Tuit 3,41 6,..1 : 13,377 ;,513 13,CO 6,27 : 12,15 : 12,05: 1.,3- : 15,-41
: 1,151 1, 50 : ,70: 1,30: 2,17: 1, 6: ,171: 1,pT : .,017: ,753 :
i d Citr s -,- 5, 7, 7, 3 7-,.1"'-. 7,.1 .3 : ,7' : 10,': 1. 166 : 1:, 3:
_., ov.r.s:____ r .,s78 __S_ C ,1 ..-. 44,51C: c,-C: /.,7.:: 41 ,160: 35 ,61: '3, : 7., 318:
.3_t s3.-'1 i 1,.v'i: L,, l ,. 3 -,: : ~: 4 -- : :
': er. s: D,1 ,,32,: ', *'*: ,67 ": : : 7 5,023: 5, 6.: 36 : 6,116:
d. i:.I '- ., -: t 16:
i *r:- t : -7'l : .5,4 7 ,567: i ,0.: ,. 5, : ,.: 6,154
r. -'.r :.. ,s L 2:. : 5,, ..: 4,0:l1: i:_,- 3'- : ,'_'. : 4,'. b, : !::,: B ,5 ,7..': ,.'.:> 5 ,9.-,: 6,6- G:
C 'I- L .- 7 e _D r- I '. C) r,
C.t oW e ,15: 1,. : : ,'-...: l: ..., .37 1,610: ,c .: .. .:.,2: ..,.1::-... : ', ,573:
1-].-r- : 7,2'3: 7,47.: 3,'? : ',270D 7, 6 7.76',: 8,6:'^1 ,119: 8,557 9,q 49:
',o' r 1',:, I ; e 5 .": c : 7 : 17r 13:
5 ;..n-. 8 1 : 1,351: c 1,l 3: 1: 1,131: -161: 40 5:
C.p.n t l:: 56: 23: : -: 32.: 2' : 175: 246:
L5z Cr.:l 5 15: 733: 31.3 313: 33: 575: 813: ,3: 1,1:0:r
LILr^c: 31U. !-: .19: :.55: 65.: 77'1 2;;-b 1---7 197Y 207: !0
P.ss,E; li.i 4i-1: 7 1: 41:" G5: 1?6:: 270: S 13): 115: 153:
P-P' 1,17": : ,XO7: 1. : 51-: 0.,7: ', 3: 1,52 1,05:
Pota.. .s 3: 2LT. 3,1 .1: 5,593: 3,J 11: ,767: 5 116: ,5,U6: 5, 0-:': 4.,756: 5, 22:
T'?*:-.to.s ,: 5,37'0 ,827: S,-4C9: 11,4K0: ,66: 5,222: 5,67C: 5,025: 4,5G3: 4,592:
-"u.s.. S 2.] .: 3. ':. S-.. 0 ": 7b: .C 406:
Jth.er W'*. :'i t-' V c. : 1 1'O: ,0: 5'J* 1 e 2t e6: 8 1 5. .: 564:
':-.J ot V.s : ,5 2,051: : 3 316: 2,621: 1, 27: 1,354: 2,115 5,975 5,355:
.*ta.l o.T.: l s : . -'5: sT 5,5: .4: :,1 2 : 41, 2 : : 1,9 : ..*,196 : ?.-, 4-. : 5.,.71: 5-5, :5 42, .770:
lotal \-e z.& ron-CiUL ': 5' ,C: 4.,6.7- 3,63: :.,5 3 ,03 : ,216: 2 5 5: 57,35 : 5',52: 4 ,9024:


,.LL FRLTTS -E S : -63,721: .3 ,2 G6


7.,005: 76, 0.: 'C,737:11 ,17-, : 131,252:


iiOl. 3: ;ii::rJ '..t lu .. : i c ,u. o "'. ;z : ,r .p1 ..*uit t .P *':i:.-s; u-'a ll,- r. d. 57: or.i g L: 2',c-
;la, .:* fruitt '.r-.d 15 -'t..n-,r ..ic i .-"ruit c i.1rcl.de -*L.',o' .. i, 'Key limes, '..'s ".n im.: rr.' o .z,
c-.-tilonis, ;r:.p; bil ':.l; tc. tli;:.d C-:.:'" O .f' V.3 -;: 1 '..t1 ir.clud'j b':e m c.ibba-sc, '::g~,1'.int,
9 *:qi:T-"''*:, squash, -Lnd pr--e ict il .1 ol;c-.-P 5'1,9 id: v,.'- :cbls. tthsor Vaticty. *.c .. t.'bll s include
strii.-*t c..- or '.rcccoli, C rpots, c.'.11ifl o ;:r, :r. .nc, .pninr-ach, s',.'cct rnot:Lto s .t.' .C So'": ot0hor.c
Slio N,?vi- sio: i3s :;-'.ic by F"d.-:ral o. ." i',:t for .- report on. straight c -rs of ip'ddishcs trnd
su..ash w hic;h *-rep, 1 ippj d c, ch_ y, .r.


80, 12: 3, -12: .-21,2.:





FLit. n S IP~ i'-i :" .u; "L. U3 "... ', )-'' TR iSPOr'i', IONI rL 01 TEH JEASJ-3i (Cont d).


Corm..oi t, : 1-5--35:1C.) -3: .36-37: 15037-58': 10',-3': 193'-:0 :1040-41:1941--12: 142-. -":19-5-4:
EXPRESS }x j ro s. Sih iTpnent 3
'.ii:c1 Citrus :1.,373: 1,2. 1,44 1, ":'. *J5', -::,! 1,16 : 1,177: 2.371: 3,100:
*traw ,rri s : 25: v- : .0: :; 255:. 180: 47: ,2: 55: 1:
.* cl. :'ruit : 100: 1DO: 100: 1?: 10." 75: 75: 125: 175: 175:
Tc.t.t or ... .t rus 2 12 :: :!- : !- : S.:: .: 1.2 : 15.*: 1:.s) 17_ -
.Li.:as :C: 3:,0: .,.5.5 *M4 ,: 4.,: 'i6: .5: -: -: _:
PO-.',.toes 7 -: -: -: -
_.' : :.5 0Sr Vogs : .947:" 93 ,0 ____ 3 6____ 3 l,7 2'31_
..... ...____V __s __ 9__: _9__ ___ : _,___ ,: 55__: _: 3.96_: .3-6_: 1, 4: 1,2".':
'.'.t..1 ) 't[ l eil : 1,7'J: : i : 1,".55 : 1,0":: 5-4: 4 '.:- 441: GJ:: 1,.)74: iL -C:
et'.:. '*'j.s-," "on-Cit: 1, ;8: ].,72 4 : 1,403: 1 : '";" : 711: :6-: 70 : 1, *>4 1.459:
A .L :, !';iT'. 5 : ,i": : -/5*;:;^,__5,55 : 5,017 !,^73 1, r7: 1,631: 1,9-5': 1,.G' 5 3,675:: '56.


orangeos
Grcpnfirruit
Ta reuines .
Mixel.d -.itrus
T tal Citrucs
Strawberries
Watetmclons
.is cl.Fruits .:
Total ion-Gitrus
,m:7n. .Y; Limas
aCbbag e
Celery
Corn.,Creene
Cucunfobers
Eggplai't
Escarole
Lottuce:
Peas,Engli.sh
Popper-s
Potatoes
Tomatoes
Squash
Other Variety Ves :
'lotal Veraetablos
To a 'V s : i-n lt:
ALL FRUIT & VE.S :


8, 00 :
1,477:
2:
23 ,47:
10:
15:
5:
30:
260:
21 :
48:
3:
9:
100:.
-:
3:
2:
476:
978:
412:
10:
18:
2,340:

26,017:


6,355:
1,424:
9:
20,126
3:
4:
5:
12:
180:
71:
97:
-:
77:
122:
-:


803:
795:
217:
25:
95:
2,485:
6 'i:
22,623:


7,639:
1,337:
15:
25 309
-:
10:
10:
2o :
219:
52:
188:
-:9

184:
-:.

1:
956:
1,377:
161:
65:
155:
3 389:
2,4073:
26,718


14 .',7: 1.,O9 / Dy "
5,438: 7,992: 3,012:
1,297: 1,819: 733:
10: 12 : 5:
21,542: 28,134: 13,540:

25: 17: 16:
10: iC: 10:
35: 7: 26:
319: 662: 211
55: 20: 21:
230: 335 : 117:
1: -
92 86: 32:
250: 279: 11:
-: 2: 1:
5: -
3: 1: -
1,55: '1,107: 241:
2,009: 1,674: 1,176:
214: 114: 54:
90: 80: 80:
213: 175: 171:
5,028: 4,535: 2,095:
5,063: 4,562: ,121:
26,605: 32,696: 15,670:


ii, 189:
5,481:
1,065:
10:
17,743:
-:
-:
3:
5:

14:
148:
-:
40:
35:
-:

1:
103:
898:
13:
40 :
103:
1,609:
1,614:
19,357:


i, 1LV.:



51.
147:
3:,

-:
-:
-:
-:
1:
-:
-:
-:
-:
-:
-:
-:
-:
6:
-:
-:
1:
;5:
11:
11:
1,828


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of piny :)ot .

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(I".t' i'uriod)

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FLORID." .:'.ii-'ri.:i"S, -Y V-" iO'J.,. .iS ,. *''Ri '; P .- ..TIOii r',: i".i .2L:.SO;3. (Cont'd)


'.cked. -Ou't Shiipi.ients


"Od'1.dit, - : i 'm.. i.. :', :- J.:.-:0 -*- '" L o -.').-:-.1 .'0'-.:c : 1.-L'c--"'.J: .1' J.-:*.J : L- : 4)-'1: 1 .l'.'1i-4' ': .1 i--5: !h',4h -44:
UOa.:cs : 7,E 6,75: ,400: 3,6S: 10, -: l1,14 : 14,315 10,4&: 6 ,70: 5,338
G.C. fe 'L.: 2,''G : 2 ,570: ,20;: 3,0 .4 3,681 2,546: 3,-i": 2,675: 1,52: 089
_.. _-:._s_ : ." :.. 6: 5C": 1 ,C7.: 745: 1,1'3: 1,1l 5: 1, 27: 7: 1,F0: 57
'. ..tru ,4 .:l1,. 6 l y 1:,-. : 17,316: 1., .': 1. l ,3.5.1: 1..., -.,5: ,,3 : t,:.3:
S i" '.-'*""ies : 1 :7 ,: .,, :.: n ,-.: 1. u: 1 ,: .-: 1,<.': '1, 1:,'"1u: .'-': : 188
W t 1r..::-l.'1 s 3"1 ." C: i : X.: 1 i 833: O', G: C.: .--, C1
'i.-- '. .ir. 3 : ., : 1 : I50 -: 15 51 : i ,9-:, 321: 2 :-. 110]...6', ', : 1 2
Tot. l.'o.-CiS il : : &'.':. u ': .': 1,350: ,,5:..' : : ,.", '. .: :,1, 0 : 6 'J: .n :
....s : Li 1,t7.': 3 1,o -, u 7,: : 5,- :- G, : : t4 : C,5'J
C -. e 4a'.-: 3 : 70: ,0 .: ,437: -.,.'53: ,: : -,.. 1,0b0: 116:
C l-.r-- : 100: "oo. *3-' _3. i .-: 1, 7': 1,6 1: 1,5 .: -.6: 401:
Cr:-,r.. : 12.5 12-: 150: : 4"3: ..0: ?: 2C00 C. 15G: 190:
Cu uo::o'.s r: 8 1 33: 1 00.: G C 1 :,,b'': 1, 61 : 8.. 'S, -'-3: 65:
G_'.pl.., : .C: 6. : 1, 0 : 50: 6: 1 5 3: 1 1.7. : 700: 525:
Eac.role 5 5: 10: 10 15: ',7: 61: 115J: 3D0.: 74 1

?PaC L a. : ;i l: ? ,: 53 : 3150: : : 7":: : 8.2: ,50: 077:
P- ppers -T -: 1- 0: 1, 5 175: 6001 1.,15. 9:1: 1,-:4., 1,656 .K0: 065':
.Pot .... 31 -: : 1 5, : 5 ,3'5 .5 0 .': ".: i: 1::1 : 71,116' : ,500:. 4 26:
p 0,-.- oe' .500:.. -5 7 : o t0 ,a.: 53- -:, 7 1,700 : ,1002
S carh 1: 5173 175: i0: 4 0: 17 : ,'761: : ,... :l : 0.: 440:

IT '.1t t ^ t ie s :__ ,, 0 : 5-*: -, u: 11,1 l ol,":10 1,: 1:" 51 .: ,0-]0 : l,4 ,,_ .:,2 0: 11,' :.::
0-'U .-.6 ::-s L ol51-Ci : 3 0 :. 3 5 5: 1 1 :. T T1,5r: 9 e ~l : -',11.-: 1,C 0 FS0 : 12,63 :.


-.,L '.;r S & *; : i-1,G06 13, 81 : l5: .,DS: 1.5,4i,: : ,,337: B ,716 : 41,71.]: .:r/,50: 13,203 ."0,0 60:


:ot'-': Shi.;.r, nto i. r' .:.l' ..s, pounds rir,zr::is., L': nits ".Ic;.- cor[:v t d, to ca r'lots L.n t'olloT:3:
.-l -._;' i t: 7.., LI :n*:,2 .500, C-.:.1,;, '.5,0 ". :. 2., C ::l o' 3.'O, Cuv....b-.:-s 45':', : g.?:'.pl:... .'70, L. cc.rol ;
Lott..o 530, Er:glish P'.s b58, Pcpr... 4c 0, Poat'- ocs 550, Ton.rtoc: 500, Ou.::: 50., 3ou-:h- 300,
:'.unch-.d :'; s ','000 doz, ';-r"cn Corn '* ,0''" dOz F.'...ld F..:r. 500, 0th"-'r' Vo.s 500, Av. oca 700,
Lir',,C S5O, .'..t '-,.:.o:, 1, L'-', Other Fi.'its 500, .1l J.t,-Mus LCO.


450,


f .. -'I &.__









C;orL i it- ;


FLORIJDA SHRIP i,,-.TS -Y V.JUIOlU:. M.*,-.:i T,.. ISlhPO TATIOII iO Ti 'll "'l.' S 'S (Cont'.).

Total ;.:' ;ihit., Expr ses Boat Lundl Truclt S]hip.n'j. t'-'T'ro:!t 'lorida

:10:4-35: 1035-,: 19;3 -3'7: l.S.7- 3: 19SS-39: 19301-40 : 100-41 : 1941- .2 1942-43: 19U4,-44 :


Ornes : .3-2,140: 32,341: 3 0,044: 4,535: 62,315: 44,95'?7: 52,58:: 45,775: 50,180: 50,7 0:
G rap'fruiU : 2.) ,163: 155,54 : 24,125: 17/,040: 24,D : 15, 100: 21, 515: 15,7,3): 15,700: 14,,330:
T ar:..*-' s ... : 3,2-7 512 5,612": ,0.-.': 5,832 3.736 4,3 2,34 6, 17 4,813
1.i-..-! 4 Citrus : 6,3.50: 6,941: 3,77T:. 9,24 : 11,77.5: .,22-3 7, .,9 : 11-2. 42: 15,535: 16,726:
I't.l t i rU .s : 61, '/3: 'c:,5 0 .: 7,/ o-l: 7 8453:10,, '3 : .,1i. : U 7.,o:.'O: ...t.5~, :3- L: ~ ,uu.:
StrawberrieS : 1,46:5 1,b 1: 1,b'! L -: T ,.1. 14 51 1,124 :1 I: " 167:
Watermelons. : 6,011: 4,089: 4,.63 : 7, 7'J,. 4,413: 5,L. 1: 6,'.C: C,20: 3,55I: G,746:
Mi s3ul. Fruit s : 135: 160 : 2:13: S,: 436: 501: 403: 573: 2,5: 383:
Total .on-Citrus : 7,609: 5,5"1: 1 G,.' : ',5b8: 0o,06 '',m... 67,5 1 : . ,l'..: '7,316:
Be:ans .: Limas : 699: 6, : '1 ,15 ': ',.' 1: 11, 71.: y,-17: ,-i, ;-: ,3 ;.: ,:0,- : ".,100:
Cabtage : 2,621: 2,307: 2,250: 3,542: ",117: 0,21: -,56': 7, 10": 6'3,454: 0,494:
Celcry : 7,651: 7,980: 9,6'j0: G, 50: 8,'715: ',1-.6: 1';,518: 10,7.1: 8,-17: 9,750
Corn ,Grecn : 366: 271: 204 .3: 34: 41: :1: 21: 207: 167: 208:
Cucumnbers : 975: 916: 644: 2,04.: 1,G0b: 2,4-.-: 2, :17: 2,0-: 726 655: _
Eggplant : 240: 288: 5 .40 52:G3 922: :512: 57: 76: 475: 771:
Escarole : 552: 620: 7: : 82: 833: 1,140: 776: 0.4: 1,018: 1,127 0
Lettuce : 3.56: 424 42.1.: 460: T5.7: 5175: :67: 297: 223: 2631
Peas,English : 576 852: 4'4: '316: 482: 5'8: 502: .35.5: 1:55: 30
Peppers : 1,564: 2,116: 2,051: 5,082: 2,981: 1,G:.:: 2,235: 2,525: 2,252: 2,070:
Potatoes : 4,151: 4,235: 7,095: : : 7,1: 5.272: ,656 5,25 5,708
Tomatoes : 7,675: 6,494: 6,50: 15,633:. 14,017: 8,891: 7,F80: 9,02..: 6,067: 7,732:
Squash : 435: 450: 505: 843: 35o: 1,113 : .'3.: 3: 700: 840
Other Variety TVegs : -343: 405:- 495: 1,065:. 51.': 999: 0'8: 98.1: .583: 1,025
Mixod Cr V.gs. : 5 ,468: 1,543 5,031 4,152: 3,2,1: 1,i15: 1,759: 2,71: 5,047: /,13:
Total_ cgotablos 38,358: 37,172: 42,-.26: .59,10: 55,3,: 5-413 : 46,540: 54,. 1: 46,3 3: 5.5,759
Tot;.l Vegs& 'Ion-Cit 45,967: 42,753: 48,809: 68,691: 6,3,30,3 61,0 3 : 5-1, 471: 2,4 5: 50, 5.2: '63,075,
ALL &FRGITS & VEGS :107,940:101,094:126,45: 14-1,534 :168,E';9 132,0'75 140,0-11:138,11 :1.6 ,062:155,757

Noto: No Boit shipments wore roportod duo to War restrictions imposed.soon aftor out break of war
Docomber 7, 1941. Thoro worc fow', if any, boat shipments.






Page TRUCK SHJPME'J'S OF I LOH IDT A LE-ETABLES AND NOi-CITRUS FRUITS
BY V';,EEKS FOR 1943-44 SEASD:J
(Rail Carload Equivalcnt)
:C.b-: Cel-: :';g- :Escs-:L.1+.-:En,. :P. ;>-: Pot-:T[e -:
D t b; '.l-.. ks: in;:Lin.-.L :bnge: ry :Cubl:_ -:plnrnt:role :tu e:Pr-as:p.,r.:t:.'.-toes :

Oct.16 1: : : : : :
17-23 : 12: : : : .: 2.: :: :cl : 1.: :.
: : : : : 10: 3: : : : : :
Oct .31-:..v.C : 5: : : : 0: : : : : 5: : 5
7-15 : ,:: : : : -.: 010: ,:I1 : :icl : 10
14-20 : 71: : : : 6: 8: 1: :icl : : ._ : :
2.-2' : 1-: :cl : : 3: 6: : : 2: : : 5:
?'..2.?-D:c.-', : 0 : : 4: : 9: 0: : : : 7: 2: 51:
5-11 : 11;: : 4: Ic : : 9: 101 :11 :. .: C5:
12-1:' : 4 :lc : 8: 4: 5: 10: l : 1: 4': 11: C
1.9-25 : 5 : 1: 1 : 5: .,: 7: il ]c1 : : 10: : 47
D.c.26-.---n. : : 5: 31: 10: : C: l : 2:: 2.: f.: : O0:
2-8 : 47: ,': D : 11: 2: 8: Ii 1: 10: -10: ,5:
9-15 : oa: c: 91: 15: -: 14: id : : 4: 17: -.O:. CS:
16-22 : J5: ,: 3 ': 1i': 14: 11: 1: ;: 4: P .1 6: 94:
S: 2: 90: 24: 3: 1 : : i2: 1: 12:-
J n.30-FTb.5 : :*: : 3 109: 13: : 11: 1: c.: : I0: .14: .*1:
.-12'- : .: -2: 2. : .4: 5: 21: Id : : C: 1 0: 101:
1.5-1 b : ,: 2: 131: 31: 2: 9: 1 : I: E: '7.: 67: 101:
20-20 : 4: 2: ]31: 21: : 7: I : : .5: : 17: 109:
Feb. 27-'.,: r.4 : 5*5 13 : 2.3: 5: 1.: 10 : : .: .: I : 127:
5-11 : 17: 7: 155: 3 2: 11: 1ici : : : -.0: 1: 153:
i2-19 : 0: 5: i: 25: 2: 11: 1i : 3: : S.: 22: 194:
19-2.5 : 14: 3: 135: 36: : 17: : 2: 10: 2...: 17: 193:
M r.2 -A r.l : : 4: 179: 22: 11: 3': l : 2: .6: I..: 2.: 201:
'-: : 7F: 4: 13J: 15: 14: 2.0: 1d 1 2: 2%. -: : 123:
5-1i : 85: 4: 112: 17: .: 15: i 1 1: r" ,: 152:
10- : 102: 3: 98 17: 1- 1:1 7"1 2-1: 146:
23- : 7 7: 75 1 : 2 i: : 1: 1: :,. : 145:
Apr.30-!.;:y C : *1.?:: 4*: 6: 13: : : : '. : ,.'-: 12:l
7-17 : 31 : 5: 1: 1: : 7 55 7.: 152:
1-:-20 17: : : .1: 215: .7 .:: 15: 1-5:
21-27 : 9 : 2: 5. 11: 25: : 51 9: 67:
-..y 2p-Jun: : : 5: : i : 7: .0: : : : 2c,: .7: 10:
4-10 : 8: ": i : : 1: I4: : : : :3 : 51: 31:
11-17 1: 9 1 1*., : : 010: : 1.
25-i0 : : 2: .: 1: : O: : :. : ]: :

TotIl by :.k :: 7: 95: 117: .O1: >5':.: ,: 5 5.: 1: 8-1 : 4.4: 5175:

Total by L'zs.: 2G 9- 211': 00: 51: 477: 7 5":: 77: 81;: 0-24: 7171:

Nlote-: I L. m.:n:ns .c s t i in r-.il 'r r-ondl.
Note: Con-.vrtrd into pre-vr r-.il c.:rlo:d j ":.'. -: .1erit on b: sit of: F,. ns C00 b.n:
Limas 'F00 b:; CabI-i I'5000 15b;3 Cl.'.: 370 crat-z; Cuk:1: 4150 bu; Zy,'plint 470 pkgC:;
Escnrol- 450 p'.-:;; Lettuc-. )1: 7 u :, n P.,-,' l U ; ?.pppers. 4RO pk:,; Potr.toeS
550 pkgs; Tomatoes 500 pkgs,








TRUCK SHIPE'ENTS OF FLORIDA OVGGT,.5LES PJIU N'O'-CJTRUS FRUITS


Date by 'Veaks

Oct. 16
17-:23
24--30
Oct. :31-:Jov:.6
7-15
14-20
21-27
Nov. 28-DEc.4-
5-11
12-15"
39-I. 5
Dzc. 26-J n.l
2-8

1C-2?

Jan. 30-F:b.S
6-12
13-19
20-26
Feb. 27-N-ir.4
5-11
12-1C.
19-2 5
Mar. 26-Apr.1
2-,
9-15
16-22
2S.-29
Apr. 50-/a.y 6
7-13
14-20
21-2 7
;'y3 23-Jn.3
4-10
11-17

25- 30

Total b ,y ,' :


BY IE7,F.S FOC 1943--1. SEASOiJ (Cont'c
(Rail Carload-Equivalent)
:Green: :Squ-:Bun. :0th. :Tot. :Avo- :Straw-:


d)


:Corn :Okra:ash :Vcr-s:V-.gs:Vers:cedos:berr. :Limes:

: : : : : : : : : :
: :lcl : 1:lcl :cl : "21: 15: :lcl
:lcl :lcl : 5:1cI :11c : F2: 12: : 1:
:Icl :1cl : 8 :1c :1cl : 75: 12 :Icl
: l:cl : 8:lcl : 1: 130: 15: :lcl
2:161 : ?: 1:Icl : 157: 8: :icl
: 2 .:cl : 8:1c1 : 1: 22 : 12:" :clt
f :cl : 14: : : 21 13: 1
1: 1: 18: 3: 13: 249: 11 :cl :
1:lcl : 16: 3: 2: .. : 6:1c1 :lcl
:1cl :lcl 10:1cl : 5: 11": :Icl :cl :
:1c1 :lcl : 9: 3: 8: 137: 2 : :lcl
: l:c : 8: 3: 19: 310: 5: 2 :1 :
:1Ic :1cl : 12: 6: 9: .-:9: ': ': 1:
:Ic1 :icl : 12: 10: 10: -107: 3: :11 :
:1I 1 : 1: 10: 0: 13: -3.: -: :101c
: :cl : 12: 7: 12: -41: 4: 12 :Icl
:Icl :lcl : 23: U: 13: -3: 1: '8 : 1:
:icl :Icl : 22: 7: 16: 4e.-: 26: 20 :11 :
:1cl :lcl : 22: 13: .'.i 1: 19 :ld :l
:Icl :1 : 2 8 13: 4% :cl : 18 :Icl-
:Icl :lcl 23 6 10: 55?:lcl : 13 :101
:I1l :1cl : 17: 7: 10: 595:lcl : 14 :lcl :
:lcl : 2: 15 5: 0: 569: 1 : lcl
: .I :1d : 1: 6: 10: 652:1c1 : ? :Icl
:icl : I: 20: 5: 7: 47'.:1c : 1 :11l :
:Icl :lcl : 22: 2: 6: 47 : : :lcl
1: : 1: 17: 2: 9: 49 :1c1 : 4 :Icl
: :lc : 168: 1: 12: 42- 1:11 : 1 :ll :
17:1cl : 10: 1: 21: 5.6:1c1 : 1 :lcl
: 14: 1: 10:lcl : 38: 104:1cl : 1 :lcl
17: 2: 7:101 : 53: 34:1c1 : 2 :11
24: 5: 63:lcl : 62: 290:21 :c 2 :11c
: 19: 7: 3:lcl : 44: rc;:Id1 :el1 : 1:
: 0: 7: 2:1c1 : 30: 1, 1cl : : 1:
: 2l: 4:101 :icl : 12: 81 1 : 1:
9: 3:1c1 :lcl : 4: -2: 2: : 4:
: 3: 4:101 :101 : 2: 24: 5: :1cl

s: 161: 33: 440: 112:4 0-15 i1: 138: 163 : 11:
: : : : : :: :L


Total by Los. : 163:


40: ,440: 115:.90:115.54:


139: 14 C :


13.:


P ,ge 27


:


Note: LCL means less than rail carload.
Note: Converted into pre-war rail carload equivalent on basis of: Green Corn 2000 doz;
Okra 500 pkgs; Squash 500 pkgs; Bunched Vegetables 2000 doz; Other Vegetables 500
pkgs; Avacodos 700 pkgs; Strawborries 450 pkgs, Lines 800 pkgs, liatermrlons 1000
melons; Other Fruits 500 pkgs.


-- m Q W1 3


W. :0Oth. :Tot. :Grand:
l :Fru. :;Misc :Total:

1:
13: 34:
13: 75 :
12: 90:
: : 15: 145:
S : : 145:
: : 12: 234:
14: 230:
11: 260:
: : 6: 232:
1: : : 167:
6: 193:
: : 7: 317:
8: 357:
7: 414:
: : 7: 407:
16: 454:
20: 4753:
22: 491:
: : 20: 481:
18: 517:
: : 13: 570:
14: 609:
: : 13: 581:
: : 7: 659:
: : 1: 478:
2: 478:
: : 4 : 484:
: : 1: 422:
cl: : 1: 549:
2: 1: 4: 398:
15:11 : 15: 365:
42: 2: 46: 345:
71: 3: 75: 261:
118: 8: 127: 279:
117: 9: 128: 209:
138: 6: 150: 192:
67: 3: 75: 99:

568: 32: 912:12473:

566. 32. 914:12468:







STAl ITI'"S .2L'D ESTI:'ATES .1:! P/LORIL'. FRITIS, !.LELOI!S, /j'r VJ:G(ETi/ LES .OR 13 S "'" i.
Shppred fror': Floril. or sold. i'":0. l'a':is t'Cor ca'.in". or fo' Florid con:uTimptiol.
;r.-ss Vilues of coiraliodi.-:.s O"L cars or truci: fro:i: '.thich productionn and-
Ir ''.:.-tir:c coZsts ..,'.i, '-l e de-,cl'.d ct. d t' t_ l' o t st. nit-r. ld "nt" to rr c'r'vi1 .


C -LOT ,' : 3. 1 i..: "'stirc:te 'lori,.idA: T:'.:.cl:.d: "o..:-2 1 ,i:,.::!ed :Esti.e.-:,z T'ruc- i d out:
E'I..... I'..?j.T; Boat : r '.0. Val'.u :ot.t .f : in : i : Co:2T ....'. and r.c ara-.cd :
;" .j.,. S : Cl Ar' : :. 1e1' .: o l : F 1 r "" .....d : ;. i 1, *: '. .. ..- :
"l : : o r 'l a,'il."e : :
.l o D o 1r s : o r c d :.'.:los't: Do!aV
z'*. %..3 ". ,'^..ri2R : : :


6,541: 6340:
7,,-6.3: .39
9,. 27: 610':
6,399: 6556:
5,411: SC
6,159: 3it:
6,044: 7'36:
5,13.': 6c6S
3,197: 8S30:
C' 9fl9" _,
C,809: 95:
3,336 : 1,050:
5,943: 1,250:
6,5326: 1,710:


4,4.-2,240:
-, ..- ,, ,
-5,847,200':
5,639,c70:
4,1?7, 744:
-1,5,3532-:
5,175,177:
4,750,5'94
5,4: .,516:
2,8153,50:
S,355,G15:
3,5' 2,80W:
7,428,7.r0, "
11,279,10:


700:
950:
1,3CC:


:,S75.
5,0:.0 :
C, -'.75: ,
6,32. u
;- ,405:
-*', 5 ,:,-*-:


1,000:

1,000:
1,^0-:
i, 00:
1,100:
1,300:
1,50C:
1,100:
1, 1'20 :
1,100:
1,000:
1,500:
1,657':


-'-:
GO:

150:

122.:
I:-
'7 r7' c
i.': 'D :
1,052:
5,50'0:
'2 ',i j


1,700:
1,3'0:
1,.S^5
2,060.
1,72. :
1 ,uo'.:.-

3,350:
4,440')

6,150:
36,2'13:
*3,878:
^.',400:3
*./*4
%-',* -'1" "


1,020,000:
'10,0"' :0
1,111,309:
1,15.A, 3-:.'
1,7'04,000
2,345,000:
3,'1, "9"90:
5,C.11,0-0:
4, :5,000:
4,92 :,000:
J?, o7 ,.,.'~,
' .1 ,3.. 1,"' : :
, /;0,000:
,- lq[" ,:.


QR.i'D TOTAL
PL)r ID.:


V:t ion


8,6 1:
C,G'.'8:

11,277':
8,429':
7,1.,1:
9,48.2:
10 ,424:
9,;4',:3


13,214:
12 ,3U:


5,462,240:
4,657,452:
"6,300,90:
5,355,544:
5,559,855:
7,520,177:
7,961,584:
7,GGG,516:
7,7557,500: j
8,430,115:
12,8'6,900: r.
16,153,750 CS
1?,;-)09,

*5 73, .n0
8-,3,170:
954,03
1,535,00)
517,5 :"
512,4;7:
9.,5,7.;4:
4'5 ','3-6':
1,255,110 ..
1, i!".,.5. :
1, 070,4
4,0380,600
7, : },:1
,- 3 t -


120:
190:
200:
42.5:
450:
1,40:
2,000:
.C, 0,397:

2,208:
3 ,5 53':
1,900:
2,116:


C':;,:
750:
'/00:
700:
750:
950:
1,150:
1,2.;0
1,2:
1,2 0':
1,300:
1,100:
1,2001':


2.~.
-a.


'/'". Jo"
91-0:
1,01,'l:
1,125.:
1,205:
2,.5,73:

3,C .7:
6,159:
3,-98: :
.. --, 2
S* rn .'
3,000
3,,16:


283,000:
'16,200:
190,000:
041,250:
2''7,150:
65,000:
800,000:
6365,660:
1,077,0255:
1,46 160:
1,064,580:
2,700,300:
1,400,3.":' :


.-,,91.5:

5, 1$1:
.,122:
S,.?RI :
3,514:
G,54-12:
5,317:
10,, -18: :
I,'763:
C,-107:
7,53.,:
9,6:'


955,303:
1,049,370:
1,1441,096:
2,176,2;?5-:
704,740:
1,177,.187:
1,725,704:
1,125,320:
2,512,955:
2,551,460:
2,134,930:
6,750,600:
4,4.3,850:


1 -: -2 :
1052-5;:.
1:93.5-34: :
10 5-5,2- 7.
1 *'-MS- ~C:~
1935-57:
19 7-. : ;
1:30--o:
193:'.-40:

1041-4 :
1 ..7.42 -.: -
1I-- .*


1. :1-'::
19 2-5-:
1933-34:
1934-75:
135 -,36:
1936-:7::
19'3 -.',
l^.L'-E..'':
10350-40:
1940-.-1
1 04 --:
104'.- .
!945-44 :-


1,521:1
2,37.3:

2,1026:
1,>1r7.
1, 33:-
.3,34': .
1,65.-

\, C
4,25':
-J t-J I J
9,7 i : i
4,5.:'4:
6,.(.7:.


<43:
29: :
on.-36:
635:
r.70:

277:
2:. .- 0
323

02 J '
490:
$00:
900:
,I AO
%-. ,,--





CAILO. ,ii : Ral .&:
EQU ;.L .;'T : B.at :
SHIPL. i.L', : Ja-s :
: :


Esti.T:-.t:. lo id:Tr'uci:ed:Con su, nod: Jt. nod:Y:stii..ato Tuclkeod out:
'.O. Valu :o' of: j 1 : in :Coc um.-.d .'ntd C.,-,ned :


GR~i'3 TuTh..L
1FL01( T1f~


Colory
l15-7-5? :
1932-5 :
1933,-3-: :
1934-35:
1955-5 -3

1937-3-.:
1938-50:
1959-40:
1940-41:
1941-42:
1942-4-3:
1C45-4.-':


7 t, -1


' , SOC:*




S, 87:


T : lot
Ca.r : Vle


1.) o 1 1. a :3


r 5,


687:
656:
551:
-388
515:
550:
704:
* -20:


8,557:1,750:
9,349: 1,380:


'j ..,*


-:,3 ,5,8. :
',, '7.5, 351
C,81, 5 2:

5-6, .1. -
-,9072,430:
5,564,00C):
4 ,14.,,0;.)':
4,1355,965:
4,337,300:
6,221,248:
5,653,7i0:
14,974, 750:
12,901,620:


* 'o~uin.?


Va luj : Volumo :
:1 r
Tolc's :u't'lo id


Ca- loa. :i :


Valu :
*


F o 1 orida
or 1. o ar s

10'.: '00
i0'-' 5')'0


*l0': 500-:



500: 1,000:
5: 6u00:
684: 700:
1,260: 700:
1,681: 800:
1,582: 900:
360: 750:
401: 1,000:


C.cumibers :
1931-32:
1952-55:
.1933-34:
1934-35:
1935-35:
1936-37:
1937-38:
1938-39:
1939-40:
1940-41 :
1941-42:
1042- 45:
1945-44


678:
553:
828:
895:
836:
544:1
1,443:
895:
1,185:
1,021:
1,181:


919:
820:
736:
781:
910:
,164:
728:
770:
770:
828:
950:


461:2,550:
405:2,048:


625,082:
453,560:
600,408:
698,995:
750,760:
635,216:
1,050,504:
689,150:
912,450:
845,388:
1,121,950:
1,131,550:
829,440:


25':
30:

80:
30:
350:
600:
300:
1,269:
1,196:
866:
265:
250:


125:
100:
130:
170:
200:
200:
250:
300:
300
325:
400:
335:
325:


@:



ID:
25:
30:
-:
-:
"_:


150:
150:
130:
190:
250:
290:
575:
880:
1,100:
1,569:
1,521:
1,266 :
600:
575:


112,500:
78,000:
104,500:
150,000:
203,000:
488,750:
616,000:
66,00 DO
941,400:
1,140,750:
1,139,400:
1,440,000:
1,035,000:


828
683:
1,018:
1,145:
1,126:
1,119:
2,523:
1,995:
2,754:
2,542:
2,447:
1,061:
980:


: to

735-,5382:
S551,5362:
713,908:
848,905:
963,760:
1,121,966:
1,666,504:
1, 349,150:
1,353,850:
1,986,138:
2,261,350:
2,021,550:
1,864,440Q


* Included, if any, with Mixed Vegetables.


::-: 450.:
--:: 400:

-.:": 8GU 5
.: 00.D:-

: 1,J0D53
5: 0.35 :
-: 1,384:
-: 1,960 .O
-: 2,481:
-: 2,482
-* 1,110:
-: 1,401:


712,716:
130,000:
1,4.,020:

.S'.'-: : i. :
a53-:,00
712,716
980,000
1,042,020
1,514 ,020:
1,881,000:
3.1,610,100:


8,331: 4,o60,84
7, '37 2,875 ,391:
8,c";: ,21 ,5 82:
8,JlO: 5,464 .1'/:
8,.'.: 5,468,030:
1' ,C'5 G, 3C ,400:
2,455: 4,606,400:
0,415 4,848,681:
9,846: 5,317,300:
11,318: 7,263,268.:
11,601: 7,167,800:
9,667: 16,855,750:
10,750: 14,512,420 i






CRLoL # : Rai' ll : E tin-t, ,.1. d.,:.. : .uc:.d:Cons:::.:d:Cu.ani.d:L'tir,-':3 'i.:.'c "' ut:
E.I '.-. .,.K T: "E)oat : 9. .3. Value :out of: in : in :Con.sutd and Cn:od :
SIP.-ITS : Csre : Per : Tot:.l : M L 0 R ID : Volu : Vue :
C: : C.:-. : nlue : : : :
C-.rlL,;'.: ,D o 1 -. r z : C r 1 o -) .:i s :C--,1.ou-ds; Dollirs :


GRF.ilD TO .A
FLORID.',


1- ., ::, -

12. ,- -4:
1 .3-35:
1'.5-3- 7
19.7-.- :

1 13 ,-40:
1940- 21 :

1342- 45
419,5-4

C' ol :

194,.;-4 1:
19-11- ::.
1:i- J-4.:


542:

130:

24 .:)
276
ZY 6:


'71:
*.2:


620:
4 53:
52.3:
707:
345:
2.,
," 5:1
5.,1:
55'7'
S'72:
3..-0
730:0


175:1,450:
246:1, 440:


d83: 290:
573: 495
818: 550:
1,00.:5 1,000:
1,120: 453:


177,?0
149,796
144, 144:

14 7,7J
150,*720
167,2146:


10,670
6.. 14 8- l:

62,480:
.'0, 00:

2,..,24, :


156, .70:
:2C3,83E:
2C6,500:
1,003,000
54:1 9530:


20:

6: 0
6C':

*?50:
250:
ZO :L
" Ir-. I'c



734:
7.5: :
525:


257

116:
15:


90:
150:
175:

250:
-:
250:
300:
400:
33:0
35* :


10:

13:
10:


100:
100:
120:
210:

:150:




600'
' 75'


' 21 :
126:
25


SC ,000o:
40,0 00:
50,2 00:
121,800:
117, 5? :
261,000:
250,000
417,600:
-55,150:

731,100:

822,500:


86,750:
95,.50:
40,840:
S5, 0003
10,560:


336:
442:
C,93:
390:
463:
690
776:
1,172:
562:

1,163:
'7 5:


1,130:
736
944:
1,02 2,:
1,142:


227,520:
189,796:
199,344:
24,9 060:
265 244:
411, 720:
396" 556:
585', 814:
5o3,820:
682,660:
751,400:
1,093,750:
1,075, 740:


2-2,8 20:7
3 9, ,85: :
3 140:oC
1, 028,000:
551,520:


Lett":'e :
1931-v 2
1937 -33 :

192'-_ -0.5:
195.'."j-6

1557-3.5:

1930-.'C


19-1 1-.


65: 371:
4 0: 396:

-24: 47':
5 : 453:
1O1' ,5 :
2,5: -478:
.371 : 543:
2:'5: 70, :
147: 950:
1'7: 1,.50:
20'7 900:


1863,76.
171,515:
1i 6, :5 .:
151,196:


1C'1,3i74-
;00,530:
165,013:
135,60, ,
2 5, 2f..:
1833, 300


10:
15:
23:

100:
1.51:):
100:
1.v:. ::

104.
20-1:

150
26
54:


50:
100
100
150:

?50
350:

30C.


40:
5i,0
50:
SO':
90
:00:
'30:



582:
400:
623:
-lC -


16,00':0
1, 500 2
21,000:
.. 1,500:
84,000
80,000:
87,500:
101 ,000:

335,760:
360,000:
845 ,050:
300, 900:


430:
515:
480
406
624
521:
610:
487:
825:
Sl'/:
5-17:

561:


204,760:
183', 015:
137,320.:
172,752:

2:-,450:
214' 0,940:

436, 420:
561,070:
499,600:
1,111, 30:
487,200:


J1rloads D1ol ir1s :





CARLOT # : Rail &: Estimate Florida:Trucked:CorLsumcd:CanrLt?d:Lzti!..fte Trucked out:


Gr:I .!) T'T/J.L


1Ppp3-1 :
1931-52:
1932- 33:
1953-34:
1934- 35:
1935-36 :
1956-37:
1937-38:
1938-39:
19359-40-:
1940-41:
1941-42:
1942-4:3:
19-13-44:


2,008: 778:
2,392: 354:
1,608.: 782:
1,424: 788:
1,931: 552:
1,876': 738:
2,482: 631:
1l,826: 363::
757: 1,160:
810:1,087:
869:1,000:
1,552:2,000.:'
1,805:1,500 :


1,564,224:
843,228:
1,257,456:
1,122,112:
1,113,322:
1,384,483:
1,566,142:
1-, 575,838:
878-, 120:
880,470:
869,000:
2,704,000:
2,707,500:


50:
130:
120 :
140:
135:
350:
600:
1,155:
936:
1,445:
"'1,656:
900:
065:


250:
250:
240:
280:
250:
250:
300:
350:
350:
400:
450:
600:
700:


*



2:
10:
10:


-:


300:
380:
360:
420:
587:
610:
910:
1,505:
1,286:
1,345:
2,106:
1,500:
1,565:


195,000:
106 ,400:
234,000:
273,000:
174,150:
396,500:
546 ,000:
1,083,600:
1,093,100:
1,660,500:
2,000,700:
2,700,000:
1,878,000:


2,308:
2,762:
1,968:
1,844 :
2,368:
2,486:
3,392:
3,331:
2,043:
2,655:
2,975:
2,352:
3,370:


1,759,224:
940,628:
1,491,456:
1,395,112:
1,287,472-:
1,780,988:
2,112,142:
2,659,438:
1,971,220:
2,540'970:
2,869,700:
5,404,000:
4,585,500:


- Included, if any, v.'ith Iixed Vegetables.


E&UJIVALEiIT: Boat : F.O.3. Value :out of: in : in Consund and Canned : FLOR-ID I :
SHPil' S : Cars : Per' :- Total : F or i d V .VVluc :Vol~lnc V-lue :
:. : C r' : Vf.lue :: :
C.Dd: ) o 1 1 r s : .1C 0 1 I o d s :Carilo.Js: Dollirs :CarloW3d Dollurs :

1931-32:: 146:1,086: 158,556: 7: 23: 3:- 0: 27,000: 176: 105,556:
1932-33:' 331: 908: 300,548: 25: 40: -: 65: 48,750: 596: 34'0,98:
1953-54: '745: 600: 447,000: 70: 120: ,, 190: 95,000: 935: 542,000:
1934-35: 486: '749: 364,;014: 90: 150: -: 240: 144,000: 726: 508,014:
1955-36: 727: 590: 448,930: 125: 200: 2: 327: 160,230: 1,054: 609,160:
1936-37: 414: 688: .284,832: 125 175: 5 305: 176,000: 719: 461,752:
1937-38: 666: 643: 428;238: 150: 200: 5: 355: 213,000: 1,021: -641,238:
1938-39: 187:1,012: 189,244: 295: 200: -: .495: 396,000: 682: '585,244:
1939-40: 270: 640: 172,800: 268: 200: -: 468: 290,160: 738: "462,960:
1940-41: 81:1,110: 89,910: 221: 200: -: 421: 421,000: 502: 510,910:
1941-42: 130: 900: 117,000: 222: .200: -: 422:. 358,700: 552: 475,700:
1942-43: 115:1,500: 172,500: 20 80: 100: 110,000: 215: 512,500:
194 -44- 153:1,700: 260,100: 77: 70: -: 147: 220,500: 300: 480,6001

0
C -4
:C







LT : Ril : Esti- ate F'lorii. ja: Trucked: 'Jons.iu;',d:Canned: sr ti,::.t Trucl:cl out:
EO._i, .,E i.T: o3,at : P 'j.'. Value :out of: in : in : Co.&:-Lc.ied an.d J- ned :


GRAiLD CUTAL
FLORI DA.


CAiAlo(Ads


1C'31-~2:
'7,-.
157,J
1.C4-7~.



1 ~-C~0:

1 ~D-41:
1 ~

1 ."-44:


: PF'r : *i' O :i
: C-ar : V'%.lie :
: c 1 1 a l :


,CD05: 771:
4,054 4 '9:"
5,705: 561:
3,932: 56."
3,.35: 74 3
6,770: 66
7,420 4-2 1 32:
5,4tl: 4:0:
6,2, 2: 10"
4,2.04: 54.:
5,5,0: 800:
.4,75G :1,l'J:
5,232: 1,182:


:-,OOS,455:
1,891, 94G:
,200,505
2,233,37 :
2,821,530:
4,522,53 0
5,52.;.,160:
2,6 6 0:,


4, .52,00
,231,G'O4:
.,243,324:


S1 o r i d -i Volumno


C '. r

5:
10C:
150:

250:


C G?:
C4OO

1,283"
1,03:3
"1 l.t
1, 168:
50".
..( E.


1 o n d s




350:

050:

1,000

1, 50:
1,30 ):
1,u000:
1,000:


DoE'Lrs :,C'arlod


-:::
-:-:

5':
50
-:
-:
-:
-:


60 ):
700:
350:
1, 075:
1,050:
1,453:6
1,550





1,42:


39 0, 000:
931 OC.O':




'01,250:
4 0,000:


1',50,050:
DO :

1,045,100:
1,691,..'0:
1,350,000:
1,.1.i ,l,740


3,205:
4,734:
6,655:
5,007

c,220
,0 '70:
7, 085:
*. 5.1:
L,5?2

0,256:
G,703:


dollars :


2,398,455:
2,-171,946:
3,"303,505:
2,75-,626:
3,-i51,3S0:
5,5635,360:
4,025,410:
5,40;4,990:
4,25.3,070:
3,.15,260:
6,12i5,200C:
0,531,600:
7,655,0'34i


1951-52:

137-5 :2
19.34-35:5
1O35- 70:
195-37: :
1957-38:
1938-6 3
1939-.2 0,:
19.0:-41:

19D2-4.3:
194.7-4-i


6,28.41: 321:
6, 01: 6 .-6:
7,697: 817:
7,175: 774.1
6,0-1 4:1,015
5,3 -:1,025
11, 81: 615:
3,774: 600:
5,256: 900.:
,692: 1,140:
5,0535 1,-"O :
4 3.37 : 10:C
4,52: 2,2003:


5, 1.5', 1 4
4,3515,096:

5,553,4150 ;
C, 12,572 :
5,770,75:'
7,1353,15:
7,01-,2 .:
4,7350,-.9:
4 Q,'0 .- :

&,170,700:
10,10 2,400:


500:
500
.iO00:



2,0)00:

3,6355:


1,7,00:
3,190:


800:
83D0:
1,000:
1,000:
000:
1,230:
1,50:'J
1,300:
1,200:
1,500
1, 'r .j
1,500:.
1,400:


115:
100
1(JO
1,000
1 C0C'9:
1,000:
1,000:
1,025:
350:
310:
675:
1,-4- :
700:
1,jOO:


1,215:
1,200:
5, .5 00
-., 1GC:
2,350:
3 U: "
-i, 625
7,7355
5,-245
5,9635:
7,143:
,3,700:
5,590:


J7 ,000:
645, 000
1, 320,000
1,2 J,0.OO :
1, .735,0001 :
2,2'70,00:
2,056,250:
4,6-1, 000:
-, 03,7350
5,605,,20.:
3,571,600:
3 ,'25, ODC :
9,35'8,80uD:


'/, 5 ?'.' :
7, ,1l:
10,9 97
10,2 75:

0,030:
1.3,206:
C16 509:
1, 701:
9, 355:
12 17:
,0 13:
:0,132:


u,131,164:
4,9JO, 396:
7,6 0 8, 23-9:
6,79 .450:
/ ,485,572
8,0.0,750:
29,20,OG5:
11,6600,2D:
,3145,150:
S,814 100:
15,620,600:
12, 35, 700:
10-, G 41, 00.


SE(?:.1
'
1 TS : Car5


U'.tle 'Volur- :
:






C,JLOT : Rail >: EstiR.aatL. Flr.rLa.:7',ckl:ed:CoLsumied:Cuuncd:Estir.-ate Tru
h.,IV.JI\ i'T i tT: : ..r1, nl.-].u : Iout of : in : in :Consumed and
-''P:-. ,'TS : Caro : l': : Tota
...1 .; a .; ,i .. ,,-, ... .,


cked out:


G';',l;b TOT.AL
FLO) RID) A


: o .i; CDr : V :-a o. u c:
** CarLload~.J ; D :> 1 1' Ti s :: 3


Li::d ,/ 'Ii2 c
1931-32:
1i:12-3 :-
1943-343:
1i:4-55

1',J6-3'7
19._.7-:' '. : :

1935-40
i"-..''-41:
1'41-42
1942-43 :
194, -44:


1931-3 2:
1932-335:
1033- 34:
1954-354
1935-36:
1936-57:
193'7-8:
1958-39 :
1930-40:
1940-41:
1041-2:
1942-43:
194-3-44j:


",75' : 537:
"r- `"3; 7
4,5 7:' 403
4,412: 51 :
4,687: .'.:
3,8C-1: 665:
'4,22. 7
4,471: 617:
4,285: 587:

1, 91: 340:
2,814-: 900:
5,200:1,400:
7,920:1,200:


52,500: 622:
36,608: 476:
42,694: 585:
34,341: 6297:
32,927: 732:
36,785: 741:
46,08,o: 566:
36,741: 622:
32,400: 630:
26,584: 763:
32,586: 803:
56,660: 1,466:
44,055:1,290:


, ,) 9'7:
1,833,513:


.1 0- ,-].5 1
2.2;"'5,413
2,574, '1'):
C,55,510:
3,1.07,03: :
2,738,007
2,515,f:05:
1,744,530:
1,583,4 .0:
2,552,200:
7,280,000:
8,504,000:


1 ., 'J 1 J. 0 ^
C ?. _" 1 o 3 n


5:':
-.)0
3.o5:
25:2 :
50": :

1,000
1,500:'
1,19 : :
1,955:
1,63:5
1,543 :
900
1,291:


21,583,944: 1,602:
17,436,583: 2,015:
24,996,846: 2,635:
23,529,454: 3,485:
24.001,3359: 3,359 :
7,2 50,772: 4 ,480:
26,.-09,730: 11,150:
22,951,5-'.6 : 19,140:
20,403,9.20: 21,351:
20,294,436: 20,041:
26,794,330: 22,044:
53,747,150: 9,286:
56,867,594 1'11,706:


:5,670:
5,065:
3,975:
4,000
3, 00 :

-.',000:
4,0 ':0

., 500:
5,500
3,500:
3,000:
3,000:


7,478:
7,920:
8,445:
8,800:
8,275:
9,225:
10,700:
11,450:
10,560:
10,735:
11,810:
10,575:
10,960:


V , ,.. L. U ,..
: C 'lo l
: :
: C.i- lo-.ids:


75:
275:
80:

12b:
1E5
13:':
150:
900: :
200 :
2, 0:
350:
500:
300:


190
275:
1,9380:
1,705:
1,166 :
1,395:
1,465:
1,175:
840:
1,200:
3,751:
6,700:
3,500:


3,985:
-,545:
4,590:
4,650:


5,650
5, ,3:
6,15:
5,33 3:


4,400:
4,591:


9,270:
10,210:
13,060:
14,070:
12.791:
15,100l:
23,315:
31,765:
52,751:
31,976:
37,605:
26,561:
26,166 :


1
!
1
1

1
1
!
2
3
:i.
I



'1
4
4


4,579,625:
3,828,700:
5,601,500:
6,604,600
6,565,580:
"7,195,150:
10,896,900:
15,537,626:
17,558,465:
22,783,380:
30,623,340:
28,076,050:
30,490,800:


41,860:
46,818:
55,754:
48,411:
45,718:
51,885:
70,000 :
63,506:
65,151:
58,560:
70,191:
63,,21:
70,219:


Value
*


Dollar :


V':ilue :Voluc

DolL-.ro :C :.rloadl

.,06,525: 7,735:
,493,830: 2,i11V:
.,14,900: .3,302:
.,.6 ,00. : 8,'7 '.:
,856 ,250: 8,319:
,934,500: 8,C 7:
.,977,5''3: 10,121:
,U27,5C0 : -.,678:
;,4 1, '2": 8,1"6
,416, ...,: 7,22 :9
I,765,100: 8,207:
,200,000: 9,600:
,.31.,900: 12,511:


: Included, if any, with hixed Vegotablos


5,40C4,622:
3,382,431:
4,100,316:
4,43 ,310:
4,'45, '760:
5,0.1,392:
4,730,107:
4,402,84':
4,209,580:
5,004,703:
6,297,300:
11,490,000:
12,635,900 :

09



26,163,569:
20,265,2.33:
30,598,54 :
50,134,03.4:
29,660,710:
351,4-, 5,.C.
37,306,680:
38,489,172:
37,902,385:
43,077,816:
57,417,670:
81,825,200:
87,328,394:


Voa Vgtables :
'- L t -..- V ', .- elU^ 0*






Cn.RLOT : Rail :: :sti."a c Flo:rida:Trvckcd:Consu-ed:Canncd:Esti ':te Truck:ed out:
Q .' ALE.T: 5o.. : ,.D.SC,. v aluc :out of: in : in :Consume'. and Car.ed :
E EIP.'.iEBTS : C-vs : isr : 'TO al I : I v I .


L .L U i U J


GRAND TOTAL
FLORIDA
Volume : V'lue


: : CA.r : va-lue : : : : :
Ca.vlou.nc: Do 1 1 3. ac : r p o a d s :C..rlo.\,s: Dollars :Carloads LDollaro :
b t -' L*'..r,' e 1" t i 3 : : : *. : : :.


1031-32:
1922-33:
19'335-34:
1934 -65:

100I3-37:
1037-3i:
103-32:

1940-41:
194 1- 2:
1042-43:


1,760:1,7 23:
C,0.:4 :1,14 :
1,930:1,559:.
1,YTE:1,751:
1,082: 1,663:
1,271:1,S27:
04:1,312:
919: 1,503:
925:1,700c:
51:?,346:
5.:.,350.:
1: .., 450:
2::, 4,000:


3,041,200:
2,392,4:32:
o," C,, 7 :

2,3.36,313:
1,804,776:
2,442,117:
1,250,766:
., 537,500:
.'370,100:
119,- 6:
256,303 J
210,453):
92,0 ,:;


50:
100:
100:
100 :
250:
350:
600:
1,190:
1,223:
1,073:
.60:
300:
164:


260:

500:
300:
500:
300:


27M
250:.

75:
70:


12:
10:
30:
20:
65:
75:
50:
40:
25:

25:
A:


310:
412:
410:
430:
570:
715:
975:
1,540:
1,543:
1,543:
1,110:
400:
i .4:


465,000:
369,300:
492,000:
516,000:
627,000:
1,072,500:
1,067,500:
2,156,000:
2,314,500:
5,130,6.00:
2,442,000:
1,2'0,900:
c7,608:


2,070:
2,4"6:
2,246:
1,793:
1,532:
1,986:

2,450:

1,399:
1,166:
461:
257:


3,506,230:
2,762,232:
3,399,870:
2,202,613:
2,431,776:
3,494,617:
2,293,265:
3,543,500:
2,603,600:
3,220,046:
2,673,5300:
1,400,450:
059,605:


..termtelo:ns
1931-32:
19325-35:


1955-36:
1956 -37:
1937-53:
1033-35:
1929-40:
140-41:

194i I--'_ *
1945-4:
1'043-1i0:


5,323:
4,235:

5,831:

4,233:
6,704:
5,423:
4,993:
5,023:
5 5,63:

6,116:


194:
269:
164:
129 :

244:
173:
220:
215:
240:
250:
680:
700:


1,032,66 2:
1,158,377:

752, 10?:
808,912:
1,053P,852:
1,150,792:
755,000:
1,073,495:
1,206,72C :
1,5301,2 :
2,236,340:
4,231,000:
.1 rG
,...o! ,OeO- .


250:
130:
160:
130:
230:
60'0:
1,00' :
290:
838:

695:
190:
650:


1,000:
300:
700:
350':
900:
1,000:
1,400:
1,000:
1,000:
1,000:
1,200:
800:
900:


10:
20:
15:
15:

-:
-:
-:
-:


1,250:
939:
970:
1,050:
1,115:
1,615:
2,425:
1,990:
1,8539:
1,976:
1,395:

1,530:


100, 000':
99 ,800:
78,300:
63,000:
111,500:
242,500:
313,250:
358,200:
3350,40:
296,400:
379,000:
445,500:
635,500:


6,5753:
5,221:
4,771:
6,881:
5,004:
5,848:
9,129:
5,413:
6,851:
7,004:
7,460:
4,353:
7,646:


1,152,230:
1,237,477:
709,208:
815,199:
920,412:
1,275,552:
1,475,042:
1,111,260:
1,404,3355:
1,503,120 :
1,770,250:
2,732,340:
4,969,500:


T r I _


J U .LLUC


aJ UJ. j






C ,R LOT : Rail :: Estimate Florida:Tr'uckeld:Con su.i : Cane d:Estij.inte Trucked out:
E:' "IUVf LEilT: Boat : F.O.D. Value :out of: in : in :Con.sunmed aid Camni.n :


GRAND D TOTAL
FLOI DA


SHITP f:E.TS


: Cirs : Per : Total :


F 1 orida


: Volume :


Value :Volume :


Value


: C'' : VJlue : : : : : :
Ccarloadis: L) o a1 1 si r s C ar o 1 i rs :CIrJ .]s: Do ll'rs :C-rloadri Dallar :
Othor I':on-Citrus : : : : : : : : : :
19io-52 19 9,095: 3: 90" -: 95: 56,000: 114: 83,726:
19032-33: 4: 750: 3,000: 10: 100: 5 115: 46, 000: 119: 490,000:
193-54 -: -: 10: 10': 10: 120': 48,000: 120: 40,000:
1954-55: 1 660: 660: .5: 150: 40: 220: 85,600: 221: 84,260:
1935-.36: 6: C.': 1,SO00: 50: 230: 0O: 310: 12'4,000: .316: 125,800:
1936-57: 9: 5.: 3,465: 200: 400: C0: 6J0: 2'7,000: 699: 210,465:
1957-38: 2: 60: 720: 5': '700: 150: 1,100: 550, 000: 1,102: 530,70:
1938-0': -: 360 -: 32": 700: 200: 1,?2: 420 ,800: 1,228: 1,111,2 0:
193-0: -: -: -: 4: 1,00: 200: 1,GI: 678,400: 1,696: 6783,400:
1940-4': 2: 500: 1,000: 5'1: 1,000: 200: ,521: 760,5.)00: 1,523: 761,500:
1941-42: -: 250: 900: 50: 1,4 0: 840, 0I0: 1,00: 840,000:
S1942-4 (200) 1,500 03,000 110: 00: 500 1,210: 1,210,000: 1,410: 1,510,000:
1943-44: (191)Y: 1,500: 286,500 192: 800: 300: 1,292: 1,400,400: 1,483: 1,636,000:




Total i.on.-Cit'rus : : : : : : : : ':0


19351-32:

193 -355 :
1954-55:
1935-36:
1936-37:
1937-35 3
1938-39:
1939-40:
1940-41:
1941-42 :
1942-43:
1943-44:


7,102:
6,321:
5,677:
7,1i5:
4,977:
5,513:
7,650:
4,5342:
5,216:
5,081:
5,623:
3,624:
6,330:


575:
559:
621:
450:
526:
c28:
315:
493:
278:
261:
254:
772:
736:


4,085,0357:
b, 1 9. ", o
3,534,109:
3,558,773:
3,139,472:
2,615,4';
5,453,4'-1.
2,3591,280:
2,140,560:
1,452,595:
1,327,366:
1,627,550:
2,797,290:
4,659,500:


305:
290
270:
510:
501:5
1,150:
1,350:
2,508:
2,562:
2,370:
1,805:
600:
986:


1,350:
1,200
1,100:
1,500:
1,..00:
1,700:
2,400:
2,000:
2,275:
2,250:
2,325:
1,675:
1,770:


10:
25:

90:
95:
170:
250:
250:
240:
225:
275:
325:
300:


1,6765:
1,315:
1,400:
1,700:
1,9.-5:
3,020
4,500:
4,758:
5,077:
4,845:
4,405:
2,600:
3,056:


604, 631:
514,600:
616, 300:
662, GC9:
862 ,500
1,522,000:
1,712,75;:
2,944,000:
3,5323,740:
4,157,300:
3,661,000:
2,935,500:
2,956,508:


5,767:
7,856:
7,077
3,095:
6,972:
8,533:
12,130:
9,100:
10,293:
9,926:
10,028:
6,224:
9,386:


4,637,060:
4,046, 70 :
4,157,07?:
3,802,072:
3,5:77,988:
4,980,434:
.4,104,030:
5,084,560:
4,776,5335:
5,484,666:
5,288,550:
5,732,790:
7,616,008:


SEstimated. rail and express shipments.
- Included, i'f any, with Mixed Vcgetabls.





F:Ig 36


ALACHUA
bo.ans 300
Lirmas *
Cubbaeo 4
Celerv -
Cu:c:abers
Eg pliant 10')
ret'talco,-3oston *.
Peas,Ert n .*.. -

SFo c .oes
F'OEriisDe:;


1941-2,
Vrin. Snr.


'p
*



4'

.7


_I__ 1 a. 10 .


'Jator-r.olonas '* *
Grand Tot!l 1I, .*

2A 'ER
Fotatoos -


800


135
000
-'p

200


2335
25-5
2 7F


1100: 190
1350: -

900: -
200 : 50
75:
300:
200: -
* 1'00: *

6110: 200


.8910: 200


,>Yi-.,. .S r..

1- 000
1400
*
100
900
75

200
*5


3575
___ *
T^7J


To-tl,

1150:
12400:
100:
900:
125:
5'J0:


21'00:

6)25:


092.5:


S 1935-U4


150 00oo
1o000

103
1200
50 loo
,. *.I
4- 300
1o00
100

,- 5200


-r
- ~A)


, 5200


*' 100:


PRADFORD
Beans .1u0 O
C-L bi, se

CucuroDor; -



To:.al t Vc s 100

Czr.t, loupes -
Stra'fwb.rr.co

Grand Total 100)


BREVA.D
Cu bbi :.e
Col,,ry
C,


T


po p.:.l ,t -
Grnd Totale 2;0 -)
Grznd Total 250 -


BRO'.'ARD

Li.i:'s
Ccbb.. ;e.



Pc, tosa

1Totu .LU.zr


C'Au-ri rf.
:-.t..-r]'melorns

C K LOT7E
Cu, t: br.r'i
To: v'-toe3z
fot:., /" .

CI TuS
"Viat er.-eolons

CLAY

Poitatoes
Tot:!i VA','s


'p


.7

'p


* "

200



500


.7'
'p
* 5CC'


15


13


5':,o 5'o000 ,cuo

1400
10 400-

L -

145c'' 1 0'00 I;CC0"


I -
o.'J :
iUt:
i')0
CC':
200:

] 00

1100:


500:

1700:
-: :
l 7"+'



* 15:
2-:
265:


'p


.7

LW'
$9

*
*






I-


*

*


*
'p


175',: V5, 3700.
9": 503)

o00: 100 -
-: 200
100O : 1.,
.-3600 : *1

25600: 56Oh0 12o5C


25UU0

200
.
*

'375

-5
.* T


'p
100
25-
200


925


e 00:
50:


250:

1225:
-:
300:

1575:



IC:






5u:

225:
215U:


17025:


: p 3 500:



- -~ -i:'
S -1'0 C00:
- i00 1O0 :


5')





Sn

'p
.1

5*2


*
I.


200
200

150O
50


650


*


25
20.
10

. -d
1'>

100
r.
12
C12;'.
12fl


20 -. 2
12 250 52-
120 250 52.


500u
.7
30)


15C

100
q00
2200


5300 234503


-


5-c

3CC

300


2050:
10.


25.,


2935'


- 10i0 1O
loo Ac


100:


-~ V.
p. *


-: 100
100: $ 10':


'p "p
p Pp


150


FLORIDA VEGETABLE, SrA'.rJELr{Y ANiD WATERLELOH ACREAGE
BY COUNTIES i.:D SE.-.SO:S


i2J

10
121..


1C
30
1'J


573-


87(


- - 5:c C
70 :


50 5020

150 200:






. ...... . r' 57
FLORIDA VEGEEABLr, STReAWBERRT ANiD WATERMELOi ACREAGE bY COUNTIES ANID SASO..:S (Cont'd)


COLLIE?
Li."s3
Cuwcuabors
Fq-pprs
Pot',toes
Tor..too
*ot* tV-3-3^.


Cabbage
'.ia t.erniol ons


19 1-142
Fail AI&4. aT.a.

100 .- 50

17c, 20.0 -
275 2000 50


1),9 L1,7,


150: 150

2175: 100 800
23525: 250- 800


* ', 5rJ.


75

150


225:



1175:


100
25

225
225


'19 .5-u)


50
100

6 100
(YJu 173O


50
200
2.
.50

T)2


- --.: 100
50: *t 200


Li.mas
Cabbajo *'
Cucumbers
Eggplant
Lott..ce, it'-' br -
S Pepper -
Fctatfcos
Toma toes __':'
*Totu! V'e,. 500
SStra.;-brries -
DESOrO
* Cabbaco
Lott,.co, Icobdrg -
Pe:prc 50
PorI toes *
Tomatoes _.G
IT1J j 130

ESC,0.iMA
Potatoos
FLAGLEh
Ca(bb. go
Foao sn-iish -

Total V-,. s
GADSLE!I
Benanss-
Cabbage
Water.inolois T
Grind Total --


7502J 500
*


12m -





100 -
1-OO -



I, ,0


5500: 50 L0,,'O l00
00 : 150
200: *

50
-: -
423J0: > -

12530C: Ch, 250 175
25>00: L40 r50 175


200:

450:


50 -

2, 200
75 2)0


P- LJ.4,j :


hoc.

400i


L150:
1 AJ
200:
-:
50:



1577/5


- 150



- 50
- co
- 120,.h.
- 2:6*'0
*. **


1 00

50




15:,
'r


-:

5': 2 -
S1350: 1r0 -
L__: 5 _25u.0
.y5: 25 150 2;.0


650:


1200:

C-:
2100:


cO:

. ;


lrO0







100
10-





150
2515-

5210'.

252'


- 700 700

*. 900

- .o ._.-o
, 2d,:.U 35oo


r0.


7-'


GILCHRIST
Waternolons


GLADES
Beans 100
Cabbage
Lettuce,Icebc-rg -
Tonmatoes _es
Total Ve:s 100


nM!A.TLTOi;

Cucu .Ters
Can taloupes
Waterselo Ins
Grand Total


4..
*
*


* ^ 3000:


*
o00

,ToO


100

150

-7250'


*
*


200:
400:
550:
1150:




500:
500:


w 900:


100

-OO


'I'
:94
*


*
175"


*
'4'
A'


150
*
200
_*
550



*
*
-1


250: 200
225: *

1125: 2u0


*
*
*
'I'


250:
100:
350:


* 3500


.200
750
350


350


550 1500

- -* *- 100
100 1 00
200
S -200
oo' -o7'





Page 38


'l D JATERL ELOJ CR Y


OLF R IDA TAGETABLE. S n


1914 1-12

Bon.3 - -: 50
Cnbbnra + 2j0:
Cucunb5.'r3 900 800 1700: 750
Eggplcnt 2'j 25 350: 1?5:
Pepers 500 500: 500
Fot .tous -: *
Tom ote os 200 __ 22,'-, 50

Strawborrios F 650
lutorrotelo,.s ":
,Iiand Total 1925 e.6 25 5b50: 1275


- 20
- 0 Ou
- 25

__ 2000

02 5
114'.
r >?0^3


- ~. 19143-124


S250; 50-
100: *
1150: 400
150: 150
300: 300
150
130: -


4h00: 3
rc~00 9X'


10


Bean::
Cabb"k e
Cucurb L-.r
p~terpor.e

; o,/ .u r lo'uLS
'-l t.lM .,

"d tervelo


20:0
100



w*


77
1


200

30

YS


1400 :
500:

1 50'J


0lu:


- 500 500:


200

100
50
?5


200

75

S'


1400:

175:
50:


- 500 50c:
.... -


50
-.-)
25

125


50


.4'


- ),5.


105.
2-,


- 150 15
4 *. 10.


HIGHLJd DS
5,ans 500'
Limas *
C'ubbaco -
Cucumbers
Pot ctoes
Tot;,l Vegs. 500

"ILLSBE'C RlOli,
Bo rns 100

Cabbage
C'.icunmb~ -r

Lottuce, Icob' rg -
Peas,Engalih
Peppers -
Po atto-J -
Tom.-toes -
Total Ve7s, 100
Stravrborris *
W-utermelonr, z
Gorand lToal 100


Potatoes
"VNt .3 rrr. al OLZ


I!!DIMJ RIVER
Eiruan -
C'abbR. g' -
Cucwui ar-ir 1.00
ECgplant -
P-jppr -
Toa toea, oo200
T -\l '-".., 300


Cucunbors
;. t erme I ons

J&FFiormSOnI
',7,.tormiolon>


-: 100:
1001 : 10 :


100



700
800


100:

lo: 75
00: 75

1100: 175
1100: 175


- 100 100:
* 2000:


* 400 :


100

-5 i


600


- ~ r,
-~ k~


loo00: 50

75: _
-: o5
600: hO
77'5: 565


4'



4'


50
50


-500
600


5':

2',
,.'.-'.
"Ioi,


~ 251C;


S- 1500
* 1 -0n :


* 200: '* h"-


* Indicates that
Counties.


if there were any small acreage it was included in P.is.ci1lanoous


*

4'



1000
*
400oo
100

100'0
200
1500
UMooo
*


300:
150:
-:
-:



1100:

500:
400:
100:

1000:
200:

4800:
2100:
200:
7100:


250



'50


50
*
25
,


50


-.35.


*






*
A'
*


600
50
*
.__
650

80'::
100

100'


000
4'

51'00
*
3L500


850:

50:
50:
1100:

850 :
100:

100
250:

250:

.4725:
1000:
100:
loop
,5, 5


100
100

50
25'i


800
100




1150
iio
4 -


25
-

4'



250


- -
-'
].50







150
4'


550


550


60C
100
10.

1000


85(.



1 !
65-
00




i :


50

25

75
'-4


75
- ~o
--i



525


,
COUNTIES hiiD SEASOUS ( .


I


- 150 200
,. -- 100
200 60'
25 17.
)0 i0,"
0 15:






PLo~IDX 'JBG~ThBL3; -


STR,91iERR-Y L. V J-.ST'I.OLJ ACRE,-.GE i'f CU'IU2::S .''D


19.1-b2- : 1):2-hj :
i-".11 '*'/i." .S.rr. T.IDt.ml -2:11 *'1-. *rg-. 'o2 r1:


Cr.a&tgo
Colors
Ci.c'u.bers

FPopters
Fotces 3
To:'.! to 3 s

CRntaloucLs.
tit' rr.t 103lo
crand o'*.1.

Cucr-.b:.rT O

PF.pp-:ers
Pot.atoes
Tom.t.ut co r
T t al -a !
'.'l te-r3 nolo.S

LEON
.ic.t nnelons

LEVY
Ewns
Cabbha'3
CuC' T:b. r z
Tot,'l V -s.
"at--rmulons

.'AD13..:;
.I/at r. ).3l0ls


*

'I.
'I.


200
l60O
100

100
_2

1 o


13Y .

30o

-
a7

700


400:
100:
100:


50C.



5100

26Co '

1000:
80-:
3550:


3)0

50







50o




2CO
50


b5c
300


125,0


130:


10u
- u


:33

ic~
3 5'j


300u:
1 '0:
700 :


10JC


103


100
;*


)
'I.


500:
1 0:
20:
100:

100:

11-4


50:O




310':





1520:

-- ,C :
2 30::


S30
50o


80
80


30
200


-
'.00


2-'


r t
lb
P.-.e 3?9
S1s.S::S (Co-it'd ,


'VI c... .? 1?t


50

-




50




7 30


&00
f,
229
LJO
50"
50 *
-) 5

BO.2
1375



-" a
1575,



STc
100

~-'
30'.
O)L)


Lo0
hOc
275
2.i'."

__:.




*-^
IC"


50

100


5.)0:


:,PA;iATEE

Cabb'-go .
Celery 150
CuIcunmbers 0
Eggl2ant 2p0
Escr-role

Ic-:b:-rr -
pocor. 2".)
SFot' toos "

To l ': rs. 75'.'
Strrawborr ii c

. 10
ns 00''
L ur..- z
C;- bL :. go
C.lerv
Ciu.-ubir3 -
-g p] ,:.:nt '3..0
Ecc..ro'. -,
L.3tucl;, C.c t in
I" I cb ;rg -
P? :'s,2ng'r sh
Popp-r a 5-

To':Al V .:* 11 D3


a


C!.nt.loupos
iat r'-m loans
Grand Y'oL.I


4


*V


5,o


50'-


S.
*-
*I.'

22'5
25



15,0








1 i
150


&-Jo


1.-
-


1oo


1 5K.



103

100

35'..
4


1 5~

1503
zS,)
O'J,,
100


150

53:,*.


3 .:

9D 5
,

95'1'



lOI.'
*.

10.J *
555),


350o
4

335:0


100:
1000":
330:
39O :


230:
3-:':


39:
2i0:




l".'O:
10503:
2u0:


100.
250 :
1|%C:
-o:

75:
10Ju:
2JO:
25::
l".'O
5125:
10 :


300

100
10i
1.


75


25



2 )')



o-


7:-

50
2115


2115


325:
125:










12.:':
255::






lu):
200 :
.0,'.




3250:
75-




6275:


100


75
275









30-.



200




50.



52J.C


i'...
;.1,-







1 ..


2::



5"
21.
5-


2'





2.'
25'


585,


-
100



12)






2513
50 ;*







500
1075


1575






JND IAJ ILji:' ACQltLG b',. 'OuiniES A-.D SEA30i:S (Cort',d)


19_1-2 -2
Z-.1 'iI.L ^-rr. : l: I-All


19 L2-!L3 : i -)r


-iAR'T IU

Limas
Cabbr, ga



?o0.aro-)z
To.:- tces


2,


70


Total w'Csf. 90

O.KEECHOBEE
bans 10-
C,:bbouge

lotj:- 1 !e.-. 10


SfjUjGE
Desr.:: 100
C-bbago *

U.CLLCU./
' CueUmI or"

E ht:. J 3
Lot'.uco, ic3ab'r:p -
S P a. ,Erin,. h -
F.pn"rn 350
P'-l 'toes -
I'oen.toe- -T5
rtrtl V r.l ,rj5 .
SStra;.b.rries
.'Lar'jrrelon,
Granrd Total !5L

OS lF.UJLA_

C-Ebb -e
C ', *l't.1 .-j r S
Grani.d ot-d -

SPAL'.- EEACH
Boan-, 12000
Lina 't
CI abbt'a ..

C.lcur-':'
Cc' '[ b.:.r 3 ,
Z. p Iant
EsIcar olVjo
LoJ t oC .: .ton i
T. cel. ,-, -
PeF s,F::g] ie! '
F 4 pars CO
Fotatoj
'ol l': o 20 1
Tctal : -z. 12300


)0
)0 -
k r








i
0 ,

-t' -


-9
150




150
1 5'




-.'
*-






-: '
15u








100:'





'


700,
-
j


1 &C




500
700








25000

1000






20:
-7 T


*
-
-'


300: 200C
190:
100:

-: -
--:
120,2: 75
1300: 32.5


I 1 2'0)
] O0J: -
20'): -
6O;: .100


190:


150:

-:.



150:'
7.,


2'TZ'!


100
] .
165





L00)

-*


r-
L-.5



50



So


.9'



4





*


.4


300
50
'.o

luO
25

1'0"
_].(:,'

600CJ


2n0o


200


1LC,*
**
50
750
-.
*0




250


2! O


500: 200


e5: -
75: -
1 ': 50

15: 150
1.575': 400





3(1n: 50


1500 5,';0
95.

75': -
5-: -
-: --




150:




5: 9:o

75:
150: 5
fC70: 925


-: -m -
-: 2_. -
-: K; r..:


115'00


100.'




.150

103
1
l +'t


2.2950 13C!5'D


L.C30 :
2C0J:


1)2:




930':
2.00:


91'-' :
25':,;
J-h,. '


11000


l.70u
100

24
__ .
-T


127003
17,9,
i- O

2-
T.


7 '50 '5
.9
673
~1
1.-i..'
4.


35.) 2c50
2 1*0


5 -700 2200.::
J 7,.l
2 I'U- V
3 ".) : 2 '.
p75 5'-'
2 .:


52..' : 4

: -
652) ):2'-1200.


52 5::12 ,,00 15r5 2,3720


50.
'150
-

200


S50


t


e- ".:
2 5

-,











1,)-v
575











-r
13000
350



2 50
.9



10. S'~
-5.54^*


50



200
250


*1~
a;


.4.

'a


ISO



*,5 ~


sc-I


50


175" .~
lc)00

1001
r()


.9

V


7('.
12


35

-17
17:


r.'-.:2s 100
.VAt irKi'. ons *
i;ra'd j(ipi.'1 4 i 100


120: -

5C'0:


.9 .9


2u0: 3 5'


* Indicate that if there were any small acrouge it was included in T.li.izc.lanoous
Counties.


75-.

271
2J:
12'




2
-.):






2'










-'


',:



2=;
1 "
?-&00



7605?


FL l I;jA ..G...031. .TRA r. ,,;Y






FLORFIDA VEGETABLE. SFA'.TdBFRRY A-'D J.-T:R t.LuF: .CRiL.G'Z BY CO'T..TCS 'J-.SC.:S (Cont'd)
19!-I J2 I: 17-., : 19L-2 ...
V11 '*.1 nr"o -rtr. 1 Wl TL...1 ___1 .ri L___ f2i,
POLE
S- 10 100 130 150 "O "5
Caat"ee 500: C,50 : 0
b.-)- 0 0 50
PoCi',rs 10 1U: 100 l0: 1 1
Pc U-htoes 0 10: 1,' : 10 -" 0
T,'.*.:.n, _- 100 100: _o- 100' 1 O : _lO) 100
T.i -. 00 10,50. 4: -550 75u: 1.:' 50 9u0.
3'. ra::barriez 750: -00.O: 20C
.I.t Crr.olons 100: o0: 10I.
Gr..nd *i..l .. I 1930: 330 12'0 : 1-j 3'30 1200
-UT!
Jo'in:; 400 h'',: 20 200: -
Cobbee *. 1530u 6. 600&( ",' 1.G
c.:'ic n5crs 230 00 -
Lot tuco,Icebrg -. 50 5
Perp.er" -: 25 25: -
Potitoes -* ,)2'n: 190'): 2O350 20
Total VegW 00' L',ou0: 025 272. *- 210) 35 *'
.Vtorr.elonJ 103: 1 n: : o13
S r. .JOHS
303f-. .-3 50 50: 100 i0C': -
C--bb '-e "' 25'0 : 100: : 2300
CJc,.::brs 10) 103: -. -
?-pi-ors -: 50 50: -
Pcta'o,.; a o' 6c00C: '* 730,,: 7-'00 7900
'otal V-.-.3;, C *91'0: 250 86.50, 7;00 10200
ST.LUCI'
S- 20 200: 5 100 00 653: 50 2CO 25'
Lin. 5'00 130 15' 25'.': 1 5 30 0
Cabrtrare 100 : 1''-: 10'
cucrnrZ 150 15u 127 50 175: 175 100 275
ET.,gp'r.tt -: 150 1
F'u r-. 100' 100: 50 50: 75 150 2
Fot atoas 10.: I.-: 5' C
To.ar.:.3 s 1 2 033 0,, -,0',: c. 3 1 0 : 1750 l,
Tot,!l 'rS. 1653 500 1C.; c50: 1725 20 5 2072550 57 2050 50' 1750 UtOO
,'I t err.ecns 5 50: 5: 5


....r.. t.p. R')3i.
Pot a~. 0'? 3


150: -


- 50


C:-bb:.ge 200: ... s 150: 200
Celery 10300 L 1.): IC'0 35' 110 100C3 1].50 1150
C'e.'u.bers 100. 3c; Lou: 10u 50 150: 7 100 175
:plnt -. -. -: -
Ts3rclr -3 53: -
PeL'ers -: !O'J I,'': 50 50
FotiTr.u.s c 20 : : 'O': 250 25'
Torr,cos L3o b, 2: 2;i 2. : 2',) 2':0 l,,
Tot.l 1*, 100 10,0 110 o 26t', 13.0 1060 700 2510: 3"-'- 1251' 50- 2250
Z.1 T.'Il.
5ZeOi 200 .100 30'D: 150 550 5'.0: 100 200 300
Cabb. ,:5 500': 03 .: 4 11C0
Cel.ri 1)..O LL'' -0:': 280- 1250 hou: 2350 Lhco 370 0
Eggpl.nt : 25 25
E"c-nrole 333: 5)0: 303
L- ttu.o,BostCn 00: 150: '
Ic.ebbZ-r." 50O 2'30: 100 75 17-': o s',
Pos,n -lih 00: 10
P.;pperz 2.O 290: - 100 100C: 200 200
Pota. oe. -* 2 200: __-_ 2",i 20,
Tot.l 1 2C 3500 175) 7100: 150) 2).00') 1775 6275: 125 260o 15,0 622'






FLVP.IDA VEGETABLE, ST''rA'W-6ERRY ;.:D .ATET.ELON ACRiEACGE BY COITTIES Al:D SEA SO.S. (Cont'd)


19L-1 12


"an.r t loupecs
tr:Lwbjrries
""t. ter:.clc': ns
Grta-d Tcfl. 100


Total:

1100:


300:
1501:
3950:
100:
1550:
600:
'5000:


19 2-L53


50 900

00

2000
50 5825


10 .0

750

3550





5550


.4
'a:
.t.
a,


190:
25:
300:
200C:
3025:


50




100
lo


Ln. ';r Totn_.A


500
600




5ioo
CJ00


6.0
100

3 5C
-I
150.



100"0
- hioc


*






*


~00:
)4(L)O: iCO


UWAI, t.iEE
':i toriaelonz


j-iiio0
Limao -

Fot:itoo, ^
T o t a l Vl s ,.
Strawbvrrie-

Grc ld V,', tnl '*

VOUS 1A

C'.bb-go
Pot'-to.es 3
Tot-l V-rz.. 10'0
We.t n-'oolon: -


'5 3500:


.'VAfJ i i.G'TOIl
.i2.t jr'im..iloi ,:


.4 bOO: .4


.:ISCEI.LA:EO. S
B".:ns 600
Limn.1 *P
C a:.-",b u r c.

:.sc',arol) '-
Let tuc ,o z t c -
.?eb. ,'g -
P, s, Er,.:li ish -
P.Fp.'r: 150
f-ot:.: o -' *
T1tl. 5-S6. 1120

Csnt-^loupuo -
St r.,vba rriej
",Vt arr, Alons 11
i'r" :,d '.-,t'..l 1150


30.:)
.4




250

22';)

130
s so


100




50
175

%-)

200

600
1175


117
1175


100':::
10u:
200:
2CC

10-:





5 '25:
-:





25.,,:



475/ :


~-,0









75
" fT


50

-

2i,(;
n-
*

100
-a
2.0
550


5'-0

50


500
30
v-Ic
2;.

7-.



12-C

67:

75

675


5 3:0: 2-0
100:
l1 : 5"
75:



lOu: -,,


1525: L35
2 :
150:

1875: h55


- Jnd i,':.tos3 .lat
C u iLU.. :es .


S3ans

CuewAclrors
Eg-plant
Po-ppe rs


100
4




1 ~O


I,.
-%


.4,.


,r 2600:


4,



.4


* 250C


*


-2:
__LQQ

50:



100:
4:
10:

100:


.1.








~~'~.1


15<'.

10':

:25

50: -


L50: :
100: '*


50


-4T




-30


300


.4

.4
*


25'.;
30c
3 5C
10 C.:


. hoc


500
50

IC
-


75
.7
lo'j






0-75


loX

5c,


10J


31 C
10-

53160



55.'L^


500
9.1 JO

75

25

2010


1250



1.250


.
Io".: Mu~


50o:


if th r .':- ,'wr.: t.nl., small ^." ago it wv. include ,d --r. is.llc n ous







FLORIDA ViGPTABLE, STiAWBERRY AKD ;ATTR'iELON ACk-'AGE BY COUNTIES A.'D SEASONS


TOTAL xI.L CORINTIES

BoEns
Limnir,
Cabbage
Jielery
Cucumbers
Eggplant
Escr'rcle
Lettuce, Po-tonr
Lotrtuce, jcuborg
P^a.s,English
P'. cp c*rc 3
Pota itos
ror .a toes

totall V_-:.
C-'.taclonwo
Stra-borr ies


Grand Total1


19!..0 -) L 1
Fall Win. S-r. Jrot.l:


.9300 20500 17300 625006
S *4 7000:
10000;
5900 200 9100:
1930 7100 c90.''0
1200 695 1095t
1 i000:
2000:


S 26300:
S',52 7500 l0o1.. 26550:

2a>75 2;90 1L5170 1667145:
500:
55003:
25500:


1











2


L2900 Li170 19832L5:


191l-)2


Total


200C,0 21000 27000 63000
5000
1800C
6100 5600 9700
2000 7700 970'
1500 800 2 00
1200
v 500
2400 600 000
S* 3o00
13000 2000 2500 6o00
25000 !
6500 18500 .17000 oo000

31300 50000 59200 19L200
o500
S* '* 5000
21500

510 .C 50000 5 092-) 221200


TOTAL ALL LC'Ji'T IES

Bians
Lima j
C--bhaie
Cclerv
Cucu.:iber1 3
Eggplant
E; ca r ole
Lettuce ,Bos Lt:.
Let uct i-eberg
Peas,Enli sh

Tco n. 0to

To-i-.1 J",':

Str avborr i;z
'.na t-',.. -lon:

Gr und "0'o:l


19-42-4
Fall Win. Sor. "'ot: i


1 o50C0 2'500 !30C0 30000
,-300 511) 5L1.)0:
2 0* 10000 :
5T50 2900 r750
--.-',,I
2000 &. 500:
-700 5'.u 700 1-'450:
1!60:
$ 'j C:
1200 '500 17)X:
1' i 0C:



12501




1507C ') 2c 27.00 12 50:

247 C'I) 0poo U17 1'92650


1943 4
F-.ll W iin. S-or.


2900)


13)0
1300



19~;c)
l!~oc


1500
*$
5900
1000
*
1050
3600
15000
18500


25000
3000

5250
7500
1200
*

100

156000
12000


3:L450 eho50 6&650


3c2h5C'


*8


84050o


66*50



66050


'lote.) The forn -oilI,7 rorrosontZ tho so-ca'illd "corn.in,- ial" acrec.g of most of the
ipo.rti.n veg.-ta-.los "-.Ld n'on-c-.tru fruit' i.n the State, Es reported by the .
U.S. Truc : Cron r.oportin-; Service. It does not ia.clu.e any plantings of loss than
onLi acre. It lik,.vizc. do'i;: not 1:1cludo figureT for .A lar number of miscellaneous
v*r .'isblj:; vnich th-, *:.ritor do.e not attempt to ostim te. Non-citrus fruits as used
h.ore ican cant.l!ou-p..3, ztr,'s:bc; rri anr wat ?rm lo-';.


Page 43
(Cont' d'


Total


91500
4500
1900o
.91.50
6500
5500
1650
850
1150
2500
-8950
28600
53900

212550

550



240000r


Pa 11 Win. SDr.


28375










~rici "-~r
~S~r


* ~ P~c'c,1


Yield

h1 .

l.o

101
76
70


9O2
2 '

*3 -


A o *c.t hearv..osuou, di.^ to -.cen,-rac i il,:,,,--....t.. Vilh,.. co'.,-r l,'irv '4:. .partin.D p
rcqp..' i-ing prcdu.tt.U 'n: 19. -.. bu 1, -'. .'; --4:; ou 2,' 7,, ...,; 19'-',
TIT
.- I-c Price per fOD Fack'od
/Sc. i :, *--u '-..Y ."1ii r i ori i, 1- T._.'. .fJ' .1.
1 .-54 1,5'00 9: I., ':: :1.7. 256,..,
.o1 ,- -, ?

.1., -'v ,, ,0 7. 2 ,., .-. 202 0,.,
l 'h2 .'

1",'3 v t.- "r, 2 0
1 1- -> L ,(.'(.. ,7 '-- ". ".. ;

l l-2 .3 ^'*. 2.1 ", 3. )*
i ,._- ,_i J1.:.. :,> I .",


'92,)- o
193--,1 .
^-^
11 ) 5-


19 -
19 --,
1 -
1 -

QJ1 hla
1 -h
1 ^- ,
1 3--LO


Pr Ic.: p:r


10,70 'p
6.:, 2:.' :'

- , .-'


S ,OL ',.


1 i. .
11, 00
19, .*-


" I

' .
I, 1*

I -



6. r
0..)

,. ,

"5-
I

.0
7. '


C-'
L2L2..L.Y:'JJ.~.z


cr4 .. 1 1,'12,00.






3 0 a
"; .,.' L .. ,;, ... 1 . 1 4
2 ,, ,. 1 ,,_-,J. ,0,.
-6, 17.. .2,
*:. .1 ,, 3 )

1.:' '; I :, ;'C '.

10,. le" .'. 1,o 2,003
S, , ; ." -',
!1d:,7r A"(2<,7 ,) 7.' ... ,.., ,: ; Oo


A Not harvested, due to
crop.


economic abandonment. Values cover harvesnted portion of


These Acreage, Yield, Production and Value tabulations prepared from material
suppli-d by U.S. Agricultural Statisticians, Orlando, Flori.da.


LILL


1929-50
19') 1

r!-,




)1 1.
1 61. ,.2
1'2-L
1 .' L


27 ,000

")6,00'
O 6,.00
61 ,rO0
65,500

c', 700
C2, 000
,2 C.:.

0 ,3C ,


;2.28 .,' .1,,-;,000
2.1r. 0,805,000
1. l ,, ,000
1. ,1 5, :,00o
1.00 4, ^-;,OO
1.21 ) '{,00
I.j 5i ,'7,0 oor

1.17 6 ,2, 00:'
1.0 7 *7 ,001
1..7 68 ,000
1. ,5- ann2 ins ..3 ,
1.r; .9i 11 .}1ff5 03
2,62 .'.1.:-7 17, '-.J'] :' .-,
-.,. 1.37 19 ,. ,, ....


.J(28L/,00'D)


2,25., 030
, 172,000
I, o 00,
-,'.,0000
o2: ,000
!, L; 8,000,
i 581, (','U


S 07 '


1 .2 2 ',






ACREAGE. YIELD AND VALUE OF SELECTED CO.ODITIES IUJ FLORID


CELERY

Yield Crates
Season Acr.-tac N-.Y .'. F roPotdution


Price
per
CI' 2/,
Crates


FOB Packed Price per
T.-ital VP.II1" Fla.1-ar^"L


1929-30
19o- 1
1931-32
195 A -
19C -
192-33
195q--
198-50

1 9-L1
1 1-2 -1
lci2-!5


6,6 0
6,1 S
6, 1


6, co:
6,000
6,000.


7, 500.
7,'00 .
9, i0.
, 90
9,1


18
068
202
312
280
265
28u0
286

269
M.


A Not harve-sted, due
-rops. Florid%: crat-es


530


67
L7 d

L9i

L6 5


2,116,000
1,89 ,000
1,706,000
1, 73,00)
1, 72,000
1, 60,000
1,723,000
2,097,000
2,2qO, 000
2,186L .000
2,279,000
2,531,000
2,608,000


S 2.67
2.75
2.17
a./(207,000) 1.27
1.60
2.60
2.60
2.16
J/(255,000) 1.62
2. 6
2.57
(F L,-L7,Q00) 2.7
(Fla.Crts) -


S 5,6L6,000
5,212,000
,786,000
7 ,99,000
2c 66,000
h, aQ,ooo
,E532,000
5,269,000
1,575,000
5,86,0ooo
8 ,066,000
7,15h,000
1 1526,gooo


to economic nbandonm-nc. Values cover harvest-yi portion
are approximately 60 per cent ?s large Es IfY 2/3 crates.
CUICUi.IBFRS


11,3.0o
12,100
9,650
7,C300
5,600 O
5,000
5,100
5,700
5,600
7,000
87.30
6,200
9,700
6,500
____6,300


Yield
Y i 1 d


1053
100

95

69
121
115
1h5
121

75


Production


1,165,000
649,000
901 ,000
'9'J,000
061,000
.7L ,000
.;, 000
850,000
S76,000
1,lb6, 000
1,o' .oo.00
912,000
52' ,000
2159.000


Price per
BIIE rl-


2 .h2

1.75
1
1.o2
1.90
3..02
1.21
1.58
1.55
1.75
2.2L
L.98
L. 55


FOB Packed
TotarValue


85,16.o000
1,568 000
1,293,000
655,000
6 ,000
845,000
765,000
928,000
1,101,000
1,05 ,000
1,91 ,ooo
1,9 38,000
1,858,000
2,0 2,000
2,592,000
2,079,000


ET)G PL; :'rT


Season
1928-29
1929-50
1930-31
1931-32
1932-33
1933-3
1934-2
1935-5
1936- 7
1957- 8
19 8-39
19 -
191 -L'2

L 90;000


Acreage
1,520
1,680
1,800
1,950
2,150



1,800
2,100
Io00
1,800
2,350
1,950
3,50


Yield
Bushnels


180
253
187
180
286
263
261
207
180
237
278
259


Production


416,000
377,000
42,000


-270,000
15,000
170,300
6,000
290,000
938,000
556,500
541,500
908,000


Price per
fBushel
$2.00 .
1.20
.82
.75



1.7:

S17
.1 5


FOB Packed
Total Vrlue
8$ 83,000
354,000
56,000
7,000
359,000
289,000
212,000
268,300
525,000
566,000
514,000
417, 00o
578,000
1,29,:000
1,531,000


bushels not harvested, due to economic abandonment.


8 1.60
1.65
1.6
.l6
.96
1.56
1.56


1.5
1.91
11
5. 15


1928-29
1929-50
1930-31
19 1-.2
19:2- 3



1937-38
1958-59
1929-LO
1 %0-uL
11-L2
1 92-53
1965-U


- -I '--* - Paye 45
v BY SPISO;:S (Cont',.)




Page 46
ACREAGE. YIELD AND VALUE OF SELECTED COM.0ODITIESIN FLORIDA .BY aIfSEANS (Cont'd.)


ESCAROLE


Yield
Anrenge L.A.Crates


Price
Cratess


FOB Packed
Total Value


1929-50
1930- 1
1931- 2
19 2-
195- 5
1993- 6
193- 1
1936- 9
1939-,


194 2-

* 4-6 doz.


460
700
700
1,000
71,000
900,350
1,000
1,000
1 350
1,000
1,200
1,450
1,650


lettuce crates.


62 259,000 $1.65
324 275,000 .76
23 170,000 1.20
,420 29.2,000 .72
47 32,000 .0
.00 2,ooo :.98
21,0 000" I.i0
-3 1 bu.hpr. 108,000 .75
S 5 3,000 .
41 0ooo0 :66
100 5o,ooo .56
575 7,000 ..9
S" " ,ooo000 .68 "
550 " 507,500 2.25
500 25,000 A 1.15 "


>.00ooo
.,000
.,000
.,000
1,000
>,000
',000
.000


A-2641,000 bu. not harvested due to economic abe.ndonment.
LETTUCE (Boston and P.omaine)


Season


Yield
Acreage L-6 do.,Crts.


1929-30* 1,100*
1930-31* 1,600*
1931- 32 1,000*
19 2-33" 950*
19 3-34* 1,100*
19 F4-35* 9oo00*
1 800* '
197-8* 900*
1939-0.9 750
1 a4. o o
1941-41, 00o ..
12-3 800 -
194 1 .. 850 o
*Seasons'1929-30 19357-38


225
232
200
2295
2;1
210
270

180
180
150
100
175
150
include


2148,000
371,000
200,000
280,000
260,000
1 ,ooo
1000
14,000
145,ooo
165,000
50,000
160,000
128,000 A.
Boston,Romaine, Iceberg.
LETTUCE (Iceberg)


Price
Crates
$2.20
.80
1.28
.96
1.10


.90
1.50
1.10
2.00
2.60
3.05
2.15
A.-22-.000


FOB Packed
Total Value
$ 546,000
297,000
256,000
269,000
286,000
255,ooo
185,000
176,o000
149,000
20, 000
178,000
150,000
1 0,000
147 ,000
22b,000
crts.not harvest;


1938-39 250 180 45,000 1.49 67,000
1939-40 1,100 180 198,000 2.30 455,000
1940-41 2,000 75 150,000 1.85 274 000
19l -h2 3,000 55 165,000 2.1 356, 000
1942-4 1,700 15 230,000 3.97 913,0oo
19- 41,150 142 163,000 A. 2.90 354,000
4-6 doz. crates
Note: Prior to 1938-39 the acreage of Iceberg type was not commercially important.
A 48,000 crates not harvested, due to economic abandonment.
PEAS. ENGLISH


Production
120,000
1335,000
252,000
461,000
400,000
310,000
55 ,000
350,000
450,000
2 0,000
98,000
150,ooo000


Price per
Bushel
61.85
2.00
1.6o
1.10
1.50
1.00
1.35
1.15
1.85
1.30


3.00


FOB Packed
Total Value
$222,t00
266,000
403,000
7,000
.50,000
.18,000
.42,000
6J8,000
10, 00
80,000
r4,000
450,000


A Not harvested, due to economic abandonment. Values cover harvested portion of
crop.


Season
1930-31
1931- 2
1932-35
1933-34
1.934-35
1956-37
1937-36
1958-39
1940-41
.1941-42
19V2-
14- -3-


Acrea e'
2,000
5,800
,600
800
5,000
8,200
6,200
6,200
,000
,000
,000

2,500


Yield
Bushels
60
35
70
96
00
62
50
90
70
90 A,
70
70
65
60


Production






ACKRS.GE. YIELD AID V.LJ-:E OF SELECTED C0;i:ODITI.S i- ; IFLOPIDiA bY ;JASO'. 3 (Oont'.d.)
PEPP.RS.S GREEIj


Se a sonr


295 1 -.T-


1920-21
19 3-7



I1,u-)

.19.4;-L'
S- 90-'0


1..ushol
22u'




22.1
290

21

2 .7
295
hrv d, du
nav ^-6 u


,01 .7T0
product i:or: ''u: '

1,869,000 1.'3
I, 72:2,0(.'0 1 .u
2,210,0'u .55
1,4o6,00C 1.16
J.1,1 ',0X' 1.11
1,'i7,0 ra .b7
1, 9 1::O 1.7'
2, I 0,0 o -.7-
2,212,00'.) 1.--
1,o21,590 1.53
1, 021,,50X 1.,6
1,79 2,J 1.7
2,013 ,C-O' 2."3
2,6 .),io. 2.15
to ocono.-ic: abanioiu'.o ..


rOTr.AjE:;
Yi..ld Price: por FOB Pucked
Suon,-'r C,-. Pr ',dctit.u .. ;< ,,. Tota ,l_ la.
1)',-29 22,C":. 1 i6 ,-' .u, ,0 .; 1.rl .L,6U .,,U'JO,

19 ]-22 -- >... 17 .: ,0. '.7 6 1,8)33,o00


a"-v L --,,:" 9 .24,-6,0..' .0 1 2,3 3,uca
l,-,-, 21 U -:h 1 2, n'^ 1.L3 3,1J7.00O
1c,- 3 .* 1 u, .O-, 1.2 ;3,0B7,-00
1937- 1,L:.! 1) ,177, JC .7* 7- ,3-O
1.-. -y" 2-.o, .. 121 -b,.;., 17 .1. c , 00
19- 2,.:;. 157 ,:,, .95 2,724,00

19!1- 26P, ;-". 1 !D ,,,0, 1. 5,'-..0
1 -.3- 2,,6-6:,' 112 ; ,2!1,. 2.5., 7, 1,,,0


F ilr d *^t r,
2,96), '.. -
2,5 1., .. -
2 I '. .
2 ,1 ',.... -,

2,731 -.,
2, i?,: -'' '--'

2,971,?. 21,...
2,7L0,J . :,-.
,L,:^ -, ....... ,. .
2 ,"' : 1 '


2,226,. .
5 ,575, ,. t,! ....


Eric-. por BJUi...
i-r..'h C I f 11 1





2. .52

1..2
2. .28
2, .28
2. .28
53,..2 .5-9
5.3:
5.75 .59


c, 5)
:3,200
f, 51)
8, 00jj

0, 00
7,: 3

6,223u
7 C.'L
7, 5'':.)


; ,10.1L

b:;chslG not


192G-2 -
192 :- .'




[1 .1--'4
1-)3a AI






19-4 L-
19,Jj -. ;
1 t -'-! ;


c ,(:'.._ -

20,30 L


7,5. ,


7'

'- .-
t ,
L., e
2-L, .J


Y i :. d
5u ',,h I zl
?77
76
75


121
i-2

123
129
803
11i
102






Pago 58
ACREAGE, YIELD ,JiD VALUE OF SFL.C[FD CO :YODITIES il FLORID.: BY. SEASOJiS (Cont'd.)
C.;!T.".LGJUPES
Yi:.ld Pric por FOB Packod
Senso,% A'n' C.r *ro due ioni .ra tn ]'or',l V-} _ug.
S-..-.. >.. .- e .Jj j j. 2 .u 7'2,
3'. -g 60. 3.5G .1-7r, D2,
1'9- -1 250 5'- 12, ,0 1. 5: 18,C.o
19) 1-32 22.;' 7 1 ,.l 1U,'jO
11 i';2-3. .,. 6 .L ". ; .-'' 2u,0 .0
190i-53 o 122 .u 1 1,
19-,5 -jo 2 ) 6.. 1V , .t...-: ^.-,,uj
9) o-37 7 ,- 16, 7 23,':.
l'=,7- -' 7" ,b 9 2 .., *5 o >,j
!' 1.: .) 5 0 : .. 1 ... ..' 1 L' ..".'
l ',') ,'- .O 7 ;',: ', .. 1. 1 5 .'0.',
7-

19; i :- .. 6. .. .,.' 1.15 38,o...
) ..l1-.1 ^ *j 7,-. 3,. -,,... .. S c,.0
] )i2-L 3 675 o, ..- 1.1: 85,,:,0
19i:4 -1 55' ,. /.(,57.9



FOB Pc]:.'d 36 Pint
S0n? r dc.. .i.. .Ed t. et.o'- 2k, Q.rts* rot, 1..lr .i- Cr at o
1920-29 , ),.j 7 -3 ':; ..5.3, ) ... ." 03.96
..-^ -, r,8 .-: 67 '< u '. .- 6,7".' ,b ," 5.'.2
193)...- 1 -, 1 '3 72 c:;',U ;.* ".,/oo,."-'. 4.51
193.1-2 7- 71 7 ," .:..3 ,31.6
132- .. ,7 771, 2,.62, ....25
19, '-3, .. ... 7' ,o. ,.,6 ',(. 6' -. .15
1'9j -5 c' 0j. c.. L. 2,2 ,6 3.25
1955-20 8 ,,.!, 8 -.1" 1,972 3.a
1 '--27 ,8.-' 605 572, ,'." i,:.'.; 2, : 6,." .6'
1957-;, 7, .'.. .- 2 . 3.3

-1 ( 1 7 2 -. .7 2 7 1 ,.. .28
19 l-2 .. 7. 76 6.50 2..75, .3
11 6. 1>, ... 9.ck' 1,. VY ,.. -' 7.2D
19143- 1 . 7.- ', 11.. 1,1:,7, : 6. 7
ilo:.-' 2hipp.,d alr.o -.L o.-clus v,-'.y Li t-.. :r t* .-w ;:o 0 L-qt. cr.:t,- v.rs form-ierly,
z rvcrl y..ara 'C0o, usod -rnd it' is coiithin;: h'ro .for st.t tst ical purposes.

WA rErA :LCl.S

Yicl1d Production. 'rico rcr FOB Paclod
:'.' on A r ,:o ilaol.ns 1 . r. .-lon.j 1 .. r Taot .1 V:,luc
1g -- *,- .- 29 .' 1 ,,-,L1 : :.t ..2,- ~ 7
j129-- L,.--. 37. ~I.',al A/(937) ,; .,.
193 .- 1 3 ,. 33 1,2, .-. 2, jL6o,u.S'
1951-52 '. ~.ij I,7. ,- 162, ..,
19-2 -2 2. 2,2 .- 0' 2'..,J 9 :,"j
ly,:-3 ., 1 14,,12 11 7 79, 7
,193.- .. 2 . 3 2 ,r. 11 7 ,
1 :,:,->o 16, ,., ,,-.* , 2.,^ : .-)6, .0 '
1,' -5,: -,..-- ,( r').- ) 1 r .'
195 -r;) 2 .- 2,. 1 9 ,,0 3 ',
1939- 23,',... 2.). 0,815 175 1, '5,.,o
l 1'-'- l 25, ;- 27 6. ,. 210 1 .,350
19'1- 22,9 0 32 7,16' 225 ,''''.
191.2-53 12,.5.'-, c2 ,..6 2 .00
194-4- 25500 7SOO 7,012 C5 45", 000
A- Nlot harv.;sted du, 'o c2con.i0 ic 7bnd,.,,nmeht., rot included in to't.-l v'lu.- ir" .
Ihe averac- crrloa-d i' us-ially 'i,:'.-,~r it 100D melons b:t new vr-rioti.;s of round
type mnel.on- h!av.: lo-...r this average to .r50U-'7 melon.




FLORID.' V0r, L .'L"CL- V.']J; L r.:: .. .'".'- "='.z .... -. . ,- . ..'2 '" :"' :. i


Eor.son ....' :_
1928-29 : 5,1ii..;,5o ,
ly?-^ 0,8, 003



1 c,.7- ', ON)
1; .. ,.~0 ,O0.)
19y 7,01,003

11 7 3- ,2 2,000
1 7- .3 ,2,000
13').3 289O,000.





2 ,.12 ,3)U






190- M 02.),00);
l1 -.l 1 iul,. -, 00
1 -L2- 17, 29,)..'


S ,a_.nor E al Ji.:
1 r-2_2.- < 85,000
19. 2-1 >,000
191-52 277,000
1-i 2- 3 35-9,0 o
\')>,-y... 289,000
i'?.-55 212,000
19- 268,00;.
1957- 5,00
19 ?-. 7,000
1.L1-U- (6,000

1^ ,-[J 1,53 1,000


.$O */. O O .$ 5 .._0 O.j.
1 ": 'f".O.w,O ,00'0
:.:1th 91]f; ,C. 212,00)
.' .s 70L, 'O ,, 7 ,5, I) :
_. . -'-' ,-', .,, o '2 ,7r,'
O000 ,0 JO U,000
2C0,000 1~ ,o,> U,>, ooo
,0 oo.o L1,, oo.i' 0.'0'
590, ,0coo ,'0 oo .c0o.3
',000. 3{ g0.: go
20,000 ',/ ,000 '9., )'
420 ,30 2,Ol ,00) '2,c' ,0() 0
/ *, :..) 2 ,,:,.; r ,, ..0
7'3i 1,65 .. l .7" .',
1,Jh :'-. 6., rnL ., r ,, 1t *..,. :,


EBcaro1lf
S0,000
17, 000
20,.,000
212 ,00.
267,000

256, O .':,
? t4 %!:
2. ,C00:.

- ,L2 ,3OO
6L 2 'X ,


l7tt0uc




A2C. C90
,0,
297,0.o:

2o6, 00.

17n, G..
4?9, 7 5
270,0009
612,"0'0


i-1&2


EiH:U1ih P"s^'
: 116,0.00
222, 0 )
266,000
307,0 *O
520,1 7

2,8,0.2


*^.?-I-
''" ^*y'


1, ,000
.000
-'600

1,3 :. ,0
* ,) -r '.00
9 ,-' .o:1

.)30

27132 )71.
-, .'"- "*




12,1,000
2,2 ,000
!.,67),,300
1,27h,;)0
1, 7 -..o
] ,9,'5,007
2,7 71,90)3


0,917P,00
36:030D


Tom4toff.

6,977 ,...1 0
S,773, :)0

C'0476,.,o
6, 8 ,:55 ,
8,2 6,0:0
7,6 0- ,0.7
8,711,0)"



20 ,7 ,0 .


Total Valuh
V ,, *in,0,:<'*.,

2a!,989, c.:,

25,724,0'Y)
2, ,-37, )o
-.26,552,003
. 29,L d 7 0
6,7^ **


2', 81 ,.0
"0,-25,:'00


- -- - Tcti -u -
Jisei.Fruits-'


Sa.gon Contaloupes Shrav.f'brr^ Vh0ter melons A- Ver tnles

1' --.1 18,0K 3,7 .0" 2,:- 46,.,.', *.a 00
1;,1- .,- 15, COO 2, ao, 912,'00) 25, ,I 3
T3-'7 2_4,000) 2,522,C.-0 Y9, 19,.,0;
9'-.45. 13, ): 2,256,000 726,000 27, 17, ,'0,
)5 15 :*, , 1,9 2.C,':.0 696,C'. 29,21),'.00
[1- .. .' 22, _'0 2, 6,, 1
195 CC- 2,00 ?1 D*0,r " 9',
h -"' ,.D 2 I2, Y 0 ,03 3,2y 6, 3
912-h 5,9 1, , ,0 7,11,530
1 -4 91i ,OO 1,137,000 ,(59'3,.'3 5,7-5,300
:.nte: -Does not include citrus fruits. Tabulations based on information supplied by
'.Z... Aricultural Statisticians in Orlando, Fla. Valuation figures represent hross
picked value, when packed" at Florid!, shipping points. Several vegetables of


i'otatons


1923-2
1929-5:
iL95 -3.
L931-
1932-35
195-5;
3= r


1958-,52
1"'.-41
1. -'-
19]. -!
19 1 -.5
^o-ql




Page 50;


A:CR.:'AGE OF PrITCIP.AL FLORID, TLUCK CROPS 19 SEASONS


: C nbuha .


: Celer.


: Cucumbers :


9: c-:13 :I Lim:;.r


SeN.son Acr',e : Acre : ,1cr. : Acr.2-. -u : Senson :
1925 -26 : 16,.).C : '1) : p.. J : ,E : 1i ,5 S125-26:
1-26-27 l .-'3'j : (1) : 3., 1. : ,2-4.. : 7,,I.. 1926-27:
_27-2[ 2 :,,75.) : (i) : ,9. .: : ,5,:0 : Q. JL : .t.27-2.:
152 27. .'. : (1) : ..1.. : 620 11, : 172-29:
1929-? .- .5,' : (1) : 3,7,. : G.5-.' : 12, :.-: : 1.29-S :
19S'-,.: : :,"K : (1) : 6,5.' : ,150 : 9),;. : 19r -.I
19:.--537 -:1,5' S : (1) : 5,5,. : ,.P5 : 7 :,.*5 : 1i.1- 21 :
19a -5 3 : 5L, 8 'j : (1) : G,2 : ', 5) : 5, : 1 -. -33
13 .---1. : 61. l ) : 1.5.' : 13,.... : G6,.J.) : 5, : 1953 -53 :
1971-35 : 6 ,5 : 1,5 : 5,,6 : 0 .J, '.. : 5,1 0) : 1 4-55:
I. :-7., : I.," : 1, ..; : : 6,50'; : ,7' : 1 5- 6 :
1936-37 : 5', : ,,4. : 8.5' : ?,5 :. : 5, : 19.56-57:
19,7-32 : -,7.. : ,5 L : .',4 .* : .2. .u : 7,':.0 : 1957-5.:
)9Y5-30 *:-:, -G : : 1. : 7,S0 : 7,I6. : 1938-9:
1 .7 3--h. : '3'. 1 *: : : **, : 1.. : 7 5 : .. 3 --:
194 -iU : > .5' : "' 7 ... I-7 : 1', 3'..'': : : -41
1511-3? ?: : 7, :.C : l., ." : ,".5'. : 9,7;.. : 19 1-42:
'1-:2- : 8. : 5,-' : 1 :,''. : 8,75: : 6, : 1913 -45:
19..J.-4 : 1,5 -0 : ),5 '0 : 1'?, ,C. : '9-,1 5', : U,3'. : 19,"5-,-:4

figure.- V :'. for the For''idho!: or '." r.: v-'" t.t" n] d:. not in.lu'': J .cr-' r of
b-b,9 1 L:. or butt-1 :-irrns.


: : st:,n : Ic b. rj : En1 1:. ,r. :
E: -. p,'nt : T.ccrole : Lettiucc : L -t.ic : P: :


1:25-26 : 1,.: (e.) : 1i.'., : 71% 1:25-26:
19 6-2 0 : (2) : ..,. :7. 1
1;92?7-2 1,5: : .1 : E .1 : 1.2 : 1 -.'-.
1928-29 : ai, .. .' ,5 :. F1 .. : 1.928-29:
1923-.>; : .,- : : , I7 : 1'.O-.j
19 .- :, : .. .. 1: 1 5.-si:
1 51-52 1, '. : 7'..; 1, .. : ,8.. : 19 1-52:
l ...-.4 : i, S 7 ',... ..: ,6... : 1.C'37-5:
1 3-74 .,. : : l*' l :
1i 34--5, 1,: .. ('.) 'o ..V -
19 -5 1,1-. 7I .. : : 5):: : 1-, 5-j.35
11S-57 : 1,. 7-.. o *r . r. : ( -) d ... 1: 9:. -57 :


lj : a: : 75, 25. : ,;.) : 1 9- .:
-. '.L'i





197 -4-2 1,:. : 1, ? : 5-.2 : I., .. 5,z. : 1 0:
1l-;.'- 5) 1: 1 ",5.- 1:
1 --., 2 5 : 1,2 : ... : .; : ;,,., .. ":' ..-.:
1: : 1 : . : , 1 -e :.
1953-'4 : 3 ,600 : 1, CJ% :. 1,170 : ,5,00 '1"Jd -44

N t :; (2) zEsc r1... ...r .,..e incl..c :l -n ;'tt c.: rri.r t3o 1 7-25 S.. on.
(4) Pip Eos on figure.: Lrnclud ..Trmtry-in 'cre-N-.
(5) Tr.-b:-rg Ltruc:, T.hich h-s beun rro-. in a : ,sll -,y 5.s 2r b -.ck '2
tve 1:5-2C su-son, but, of ccrnprr: liv .1;.' smnll comnercirjl ti.!ortrsncc: prior to
1954-55 so,-.:on, -.:s included in Fi: oston ,-cru figur's until th 1.'9-31

The a bove tc -bultion pr.-pircd flom nt.rin.l supttli.-d by 'i..Agr.St -ti. ,O rlrc.c,T3..





P'.r-.- 1
ACRT:AG3 OF FP..TCIPAL FLCO.ID.IA P.OCK CROPS 1 SEASONS (Cort'd.)




: Pepp.: rs : P '.t- c s T on. tcs *,'ci- t bl-.s

S.- sor. : Acrerr.e : .r'cr .c rp. Ac r -, : c :r-,'..L.-L. n

192C-27 2..7> .3.L' 2?, '.' r77.. : 1. >'-? 7
1U2?-2: 1 35.. E. 2C1 :k- "-2& :
152-2:)..5.. .2 0 9 1 ": 12 ,. : -. -.
1i 7- : 5. 5 .: 1: 1, :13), ', 1,S7-.
19 -2- 9, 271, ;l, :.J 153 ..' : 1.3:,-1',
1-31-52 :. 2 1, S.: : 2.,7 : 1 ,. 65 1. 1--2 :
1 52-32- 3 : '5:5 :: 17 .... ?. 2:1.)> .: 2.,15. : 1 1 .- :
13 .3 -.".. *'.i C 2'5,r i. :: 5 .-,5 ** 1.::,1:.: 1..;-75 :
1;'4-7- S 7: ,,.. : ..8 ': 532,5 J : 1-.> : 7,35 :
I955-36 : 6,5., : ?.,, : 5 2,* :1.. ,:.5 : i..1 5- 1 :
193G-357 72: : 1,3. .: 5.7:. : 1F6,5.; : 1. 3-57 :
1:-3-8 7,4 : 31,4: 45. ', 148 : 0. .'- 3 :
1 '36-5 : 7,' 2 ..7.7 4., : ..o ':7,5_ . 1,3:-3 :
l 3.'-4.. : ,6.. : 5,C'.. : 4...': : 1 -,. : ..1L 3-41
1'34-41 : 7,. ." : ..,68'.7 : .,5 13 50, : !'-4 5- :
1"41-42 6,5. : 5 ,*' 4: '. . 1 .S, 52 :' : .
142.-45 7.1 :.: 2.' 55"J 1 2 76. : ..:2--
1~4-47 : 3,950 &3,30 51,900 : 214,5.5 : 94-7 44




:Cantl.rup-: : Str.7berrien : Tt.r:- ': n.. Gr:rnd T-t-l

3.-.rson :cr e : cr :__ .: c. : S
1925-26 n ., 8 '.> 24,1 : 1.' ." 1,-2.6
192 .-27 : 6CC.' : 5 : 9,4. 131,,1J 1: J1..'-4:
1927-2 'x 37. 15,7J 1S2-2P
19 ':-2-.1 : *' :. : .,t ,' : .G,9' 165.:.5 .' : 1,....-. :
1 I-3,. : .0 : : 5. : 1 ,_. : ..-
1 31-'2 :5. ,C.. 21 5: 15':-. : 1 '.-29
1'.-31-. -3 .'32 5 IS9 5 c1,-15

194..-65 : 0 : ,,G L : : 25,.: : ,55 : 11.7?-6.[ :
1'-5- : .[ :i,4 : ',4 0. : '3',:5 : 1953-34
1954-3 : *, 50 : ,,.J : ...., ,: 1 -. -5 : l^^,- L :
6 .. : . ,
].37-:3L'.~ 7 ,5 -/ *I: t 1 (.... .



1 5-: "',JO 2 .6C* 2 : 1938-3) :
. 7 ". -' 5iY '-o
19?4so 5 'r: 5,5.. : "C,5,r :. 19 1._ ..-,-r.l^.: : l

1 .1-z2 : 5 3, 21,5,. 221,2..C 1.:1-.
19- : '3 : .', 2,6 ': 12,5;. :. 1 2.3557 : l-..:-. :
1943-1- : 50 1 I.'0 23,500 2 o,oc000 : 19i-

'~ot : (3) Acr-'ge -f cnt,.1:up*5 fcr 1';2:, 127 and .12P" e..-n" not m iht..1;
1vrilr.bl but is ,tir.-td the .in' :s f.-r 1',.. .nd 19.. se*s.cn.




Page 52


1020.-27 Cars 45Z4
Avcrpge *.4.1

1 27-2' Cars 3741
Avr: -- re .17

'L2l-2E9 C:Lro C04. .
Avere ;c 3. 45

1-2'.-... Cars .;4
Aver'^tu 5,1.' J,

103C-31 Cars '4-.!1
Avcrg-: i3.53

1931-32 C:rs 4 0517
Averae ,.3 .450


20-12

3.5t



5133
3.1 .l


14lA
3. :1

31,41


2221
3.21


1932-53 C--rs 5233 20 '..
Aver',ge ..2.43 2.:."E


D'20 723
3.73 3.42


432 0..? 33Y 529-
5.4i- 5..0 3.J? 5.5-


:71 521 5.,4 ..:1
5. 7 4.91 J4..,..! 5.1",

144- G1G 559 757
3.":. 2.79 2. 2 3.12 2


- 41F
4. :-'

- 5. 73
- 2.7'


S.;2 7J9 591 5 *:21 211 -lr.:
*1.-.' 3.'i7 4.7'0 5..:;::. 4.S -.:..


- 1>.'J5
- 3.21

- :?155


- 137':7
- 5.15

- CC. .


16T79 C52 7'7 1112 355 7'20" 33...
3.,7 5..4 5.27 5.34 3.:.5 5.14 .'.21

1Ii2 511 4 77 174 447 1,7.
3.24 3.,0C .2." 3.25 2.-: J .14 / 2


1-1.! : I
2.55 2.355


.5 0 21 2773
2.40 2'...55 ..5;;.


L14 25:1
,.5.5 ?. r.


- 17455
- -.3.40

- 12511
- "5.30

- 10721
2.1l


1933-34 Cars 7C13
Aver: .- : 2.75

1334-55 Cars E..24
Avwr.-.- 1,2.C01

1.55-5. Cars 7503
Aver-ge3 $5.02

153' -37 Cars 9112
*Averpge '3.23


1937-53


Cars 10220
Aver -a "2.26


1938-39 Cars 12440
Aver-age S.2.10

1939-40 Cnrs 8758
Average $.2.43

1940-41 Cars 100 19
Av-r'-ge $2.37

1941-42 Cars 9053
Average $2. CM

1942-43 Cars C771
Average E3.05


2632 .1436 515
2.62 2.69 2.54


272. '141J9
2.47 .50.


2C24
2. 93


3164
3.15

37 7C
....2 0

4049
1.9

290(9
2.25

3320
2.26

3004
2.70

2530
3,7J


isc.i
3 02


5] 1
..44


2.95


1C57 429
3.23 3.12

1:49 495
2.24 2.10


2152
2.10

1290
2.47


C;94
2.11

364
2.16


526 ;:4 2GC' 425 ..2..7 .142 147",
2. C P 7 2.4- .47 2..4.' 2. 2.70


57', l./'i 25:.
2.53 2.59 2.34-


55-, 2Cu 25.- 159C'
2.35 2.47 2.44. 2.5F:


55". -:7' :'.19 555 271 24': 1'47
3.04 3.15 2.72. 2.7 35. 2. 2 3.X


,.4 j10. 174
.2.1 *..5' 5.,1,


10-1 1
2.21


2.31


I ....: 511
2.2'. 2. 01

2. 12 l. ;
2.41 2. J


,':? 41. 2 '2 17932
3.12 5.27 2.9?' 5.21


155: 717 30" 25224
2., 1 2.17 1.:.-4 2.09

1531 35.' .173 10i.36
2.0.I 2.25 2.2: 2.35


1585 42, 647. 102'; 312 1077- 434 ?:1 1971
2.45 2.31 2.4-1 2.45 2.25 2.1 2.42 2.2. 2.55

1377 357 5.?' "-C 20"4 1002 3.53 312 1713-
2.90 2.73 2.91 2. .:. 2.73 2.04 2.-3 1.77 2. 3


c51 439
3.02 3.72


4313 .75 3.705
.g5 r ,- "" .70


7.1 412 275 13C03
7.55 3.:7 3.5. 3.79


1943-44 Cars
Average


6239 2257 678 522 485 815 476 510 65-. 200 12349
3.98 3.82 4.02 3.86 3.8C 5.80 5.67 1 .65 5.85 3.71 3.90


FLORTDA. AUCTICr: SAL:-ES 12'C/.7 104--/44
Furnished through th'e- court.es; of the Strtistical Dop-rtment.,
Florida Citrus Excha.ngC, Tanpa, Fln.

0 P. A i; r; ., 3

N.VY. PHTUA. BOST. PITTS. CLJVE. C-7C. ST.L. CI;:CT. DETR. BALT. TOTAL


Season


,' D ,' : 413 11'-1 550 C -".'. 20 _C
2.2. 2 .30 ..L* ,..1C .2 1..,, 2.24





PaLo 53


FLORIDA A.CTIO:: S.ALS, 1V.,/2.7 1-:.5/,4 (Cont':)


S2rron

lj26--?.7 C-,rF


1'.:27-2.5 C r:s
Av-r',ge

192.-2-9 Care


192.9-30 C.rs
Av 3ra;:."

195 3-1 Cars.
.,V -I' ;.:.

195 1-.,2 Care
.Av 'r, ;

Zi3 -5Z Cr.-
Average

1933-Z4 Cars
Av ra F7

194-55 Carv
Averaf- -

19.5-I-C C-,rs
Av -r-e s"

19.0-F? Cirs5


1957-3. Cars
Avr. r a '


i93- v.- Cr.,



Avjr r:-
I'.3,-40 C:'.rs'





Av rCrs

1A0e-41 Crse


1943-44 Cars
Aver1ge


U1.7.

3q
.,:..: 7





. : .;".
21 0"





5253



.. '.. %


9 -(

5153
.05

59-.'"



..2.04


.2.75

537C



.,2.20
"0:3.39
.,95I )


F7< 5




, .510



:5.18


-G,.8


PHI.A.

'563
5.13

790J
4.11

1147
3.09

1155
4.00

1610
2.42

1254
2.34

12GG
1.95

1129
2.25

132G,
1.81

1072
2.3C

1050
2.06

12144
2.06

1429
1.57

1153
1. 92

1554
1.75

113C
2.36

967
2.97

778
3.48


A09


554
4.26

814
3.12.

756
4.00

1057


935
2..Q50

892
2.06

696
?.40C

89.
1.*93

372
2.49


2.22

814
2.15

10. 0
1 .75

(933
2.10

.?05
1.95

-712
2.55

.407
3.21

3358


G P. A P E F U IT '

PITTS. CLEVE. CHIC. ST.


4 5
5.14

330
5. tC

480
2.92

640
3.70

762
2.41

505
2.38

429
2.02

310
2..3

5CD
1.94

2C2
2.40

274.
2..14

190
2.05

"/9C,


103



1.76

125
2.33

142
2.90

128


507
.5.72

27
4.15

425
2.09

458
4.15

718
2.44

5o.0
2.49.

453
2.21

5 6
2.39

403
2.09











3 r4
37

141
2.11



1.92

13G
2 .61

96
2.90

49


11" Z
3.51





'.32

1029
4.31

1306
2.55

805
2.59

758
2.29

,n04
2.55

721



2. GC
5053


494
2.5Z

555



1.95

182
2.29

315
2.00

209


114
3.17

69


2.,
3.'


25
4.0

46
2.3

2C
2.4

22
1.9

22


20
2.C


i s
2.4

15
2.5



.1
II




2.1

i0
1.7


2.?

1
2.9

4


3.64 3.36 5.32 5.20 3.51


L. OTUCI.


'3 5.931




- 2732
- 2.79

55 3503
3 3.93


E 2.53


1 ?..51

:6 409
GC *..01

1 5'70
57 2.2"9

)0 444
)5 1.12

2 340
0 10.SK.

1 4253
5 2 ..


.6 2.09

-" 4352


;2 '241
.0 1.98

9 410
77 1.74

1 222
75 2 .-5

19 201
G6 2.0C7

44 90


DETR. BALT. TOTAL

7739
5.44

5411.
4.55

8151
5.54

7827
4.23

516 12187
2.51 2.54

320 9570
2.54 2.47

550 9865
2.31 2.06

29: 41 80835
2.51 2.42 2.39

530 135 9759
2.10 .1.26 2.00

251 117 7765
2.C2 2.26 2.57

307 *151 10197
2.41 2.12 2.23

219 127 8555
2.21 1.08 2.10

277 1C7 1092f
I.0 1.46 1.72

140 '.5 7403
2.00 1.75 2.13

215 .,i 8025
1.91 1.61 1.91

Wc 8c 7325
2.64 2.60 2.52

85 C2 5G:04
3.00 2.70 3.10

97 43 4264


3.05 3.51 3.14 3.56





t-.u6g- 5L


FLORIDA ATUCTL.. SALS. 1J2./27. 19.1/-14 (Ccnt'd)

7 A J 0G 1R E S


Season

1927-,28 Cars:
Aver'3C'

1928-29 Crse
Avr';,ge

19'.'9-50 Cars


19'7( 31 Cnrs
Aver.-. g

1' :-1352 C rs9
Aver a.ge

1932-35 Cars







193-553 Cars
Averago e'

1954-35 Cars
Averr ge

193-31? Cars
Average

1956-57 Cars
Average

19357-4 Cars
Average
1953-594 Cars


194059-40 Cars
Average

1940-41 Cars
Average



1942-45 Cars
Average

1943-44 Cars


I .Y.

541
$ ..60


"7, .06

612


1511
.1.62

11:0
1l. 5;

130L

S.'-1. 1



1071
.i. 4ic-




1557
J1'. 12

1311
p1'.26

1851
$1.07

1192


1425
$1.23

1152
$1.86

1485
&1. 82

1071


PHILA.

232
.. 04

455
1. W.

238.


4126
1.49

392
1.44"


1.20


2 .15

556


.'5
-..

572
1.05

5382
1'. 21

551
*.92

345
1.54

454
1.16

359
1.75

670
1.84

556


45
3.19

162
1. So

1.n 4


.?07
1. '-

2035
1.-05

157
1.20

I '--'.
1.17

1,0
1.12

157
1-. .0

190
1:05

1"9
1.20

17Z
.93

65
1'.41

109
1.19

78
1.75

143
1.62

152


17





11.
1.02




15
:
... 9








1. *7
175







19
1.40
1 i


1.:1






: 5
136C

1 .4 .7


1. 40

2108

95
1.281

152
.95




77
1-.07

39
1.05

108
1,81

156


48


158
*.. 1;8
1.".7
3 -


i,.4
1 .,5'
I.-:

116
1 .-1


10 "
3.:...



1."4
71
1.2',

11]C


193
1.09

117
1.50

189
S.98

104
1.47

154,
1.20

100
1.82

188
1.86

71


,I T S L, C L ST.L


110
71. 27



9'5 2



02 1 0
1.44 1.3

161 C



Sj: 1..1


L.21 1.2


L .22 1.1
L 7 ",3 ,
I .21 2 .:?





1.50 10


L.14 1.1

149 7
1.25 1.1

257 10
.07 .8

142 4
L.45 1.2

195 5
1.22 i.0

135 5
[.60 1.5

505 10
L.81 1.6

155 6


108


2.91


.1.


3 ..2..

.o2 97
.ri 1.45

.5 Z8













L 1.93
.I 3.0
I E .16

.3 101

12 '1.27



5 158
.0 ?..08

L4 125
0 1.18

)7 205
36 .91

.3 115
1! 1.27

39 149
99 "1.12

.0 105
2 1.58

>:L 193
i6 1.80


1. DALT. TOTAL

- 1081
- 3..'5

- 2.29C


- :.-2'



;>. 1.53

-0 2. 5
7. 1.40


.2 1.2-1

71 1 2581
*. 1.49 1.20

71 5l 219"
1.22 1.13

u7 26 2338
11 i.u.7 1.55

L6 33 .--.
16 .96 1.10

388 27 2517.
5 1.08 1.24


)6 .79 1.00

57 9 2143
4 1.553 1.57

32 1". 2717
L4 1.06 1.19

L8 25 2085
76 1.50 1.79

;1 57 399-
74 1.53 1.80

'1 51 2197


gel.12 $1;25 $1.27 $ 1.25 $1.2G0


1.?20 ;l1.28 1.1'.,l- i1.18


l
1..


1..


S.2

I"

1.2


i.i

I!


i.]




4





I.I




17
1.1


1.]



13
.

15
1.5





1.7

7


6


Average $1:18 $1.10








RAIL A1.D LOA. SHJIPI.ENJTS

AVERAGES AT TAHPA OFFICE 0II PACGIED TRUIT


Florida Citrus Exchango Report
Seasons 1909-10 to 1929-30


GRAPEFRUIT


SEASONS


1909-10
1310-11
1911-12
1912-13
10915-14
1914-15
1915-16
1916-17
1917-18
1918-19
1919-20
1920-21
1921-22
1922-253
1923-24
1924-25-
1925-26
1926-27
1:'27-28
1928-29
1'29-50


TANOERII JES*


ORANGES


$1.15
1.51
1.9l.
1.97
1.69
1.47
1 .y9 .
1.94
3.92
3.69
"4.20
' ' 2.57
3.77
2.96
1.86
.51.
3.58
2.78
4.39
1.99
5.22


ALL CITRUS
.vera-'r


$1.54
1.65
2.21
1.96
1.85
1.42
1.96
2.01
5.40
3.52
5.37
2.65
3.17
2. 62
1.82
2.74
5.56
2.58
3.90
2.09
5.13


FLORIDA STATE I.IARKETING BUREAU AVERAGES
Seasons 1930-31 to 1945-44
S (Comparable to above prices)
Gross f.o.b. Florid? per box


$2.15
2.350
1.,8
1.71
1.85
2.30
,2.50
1.56
1.435
1.62
1.63
2.1G0
2.97
3.10


$1.51
1.50
"1.16
1.51
1. 29
1.87
S 1.48
1.55
1.04
1.42
1.21
1.80
2.33
2.47


!. 95
2.05
1.42
1.80
1.66
2.00
1.45

1.34
2.00
1.68
2.85
2.78
- 5.70


*Tangerine averages are for whole straps, or standard box basis.


$2.38
1.95
5..58
2.01
2.09
1.52
1. 89
2.07
2.72
5.18
2. 84
2.46
2.41
2.10
1.51
S1.94.
2.92
2.25
3.22
2.07
2.98


$1.81
2.60
1.95
1.92
2.51
1.66
2.07
2.82
4.39
4.79
5.49
4.96
5.57
4.59
4.51
4.43
1.83
3.50
5.283
2.91
S 3.38


1950-31
1951-32
1952-55
1935-54
1954-55
1935-36
1956-37
1957-38
1938-59
1959-40
1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
1945-44


$1.86
1.95
1.56
1.65
1.63
2.14
2.04
1.57
1.31
1.60
1.51
2.06
2.81
3.01


Pa.;-, 5,













BOX "IELTJ


0RATNGES
1926-29 15,749, 5':,
1929-5 30, 8, Z-374,6
-1930-31 16,954, 0-3;
1931-32 1.2,5448,9
1932-33 14,964, 600
195533-34 16,170 ,9901
1934-35 15,589,053 -
1955-56 15,6 c4,535
1936-37 19. CO, 7.-: 3
1957-38 2.,502,69EC1
1938-39 30,015,2.7
1939-40 25,064,70 ,:
1940-41 2 ,752,0?-'.
S1941-42 27,200,000
1942-43 37,200,11-'
S1943-44 46,200,000
GRAiPEFRUIT
1928-29 12,800,1O 0
1929-30-J 0 5,401,913
1930-31 13,180,9':3
1951-32 10,431,424
1932-33 .11,925, .50c
1953-34 11,113,200
1934-35 15,243, 00C
1935-36 11,504,c067
1936-37 18,121, 7'3
1957-38 14,378,760
1938-39 25,050,635
1939-40 15,0650,. 65
1940-41 24,3.7,0C11
1541-42 19,100, 0.
1942-45 27,300,11'-
1943-44 4 31,000,000
* r't t r.r 1, or_ ruit
prctctl.2n c5st' fC i'


RAIL & 'TOICED FI.PID7A iL'7."'A "GROSS
XBOAT OL'T CO!!S..'-D I --D ALL


'2.1-
^.70
3..50
2.15
2.:0
1.47
1.71
]..05

"..5o


1.32
l.",g

1.-.3
,.10
2.97
3.10


<.) .20
1. 0
.9.J
1.40
1.'90
1.25
1.35
1.GCC
1.90
1.12
1.15
1.52
1.f."
*?. ,
2. 15
2.91
5.10


.1.23
1.70
.90
1.40
.90
1.15

1.50
1.70
1.12
1. 1I

1. '2

1.70
2.50
2.60


.70


1 .00

.2.I*'.


.0
I-,.-,
1.70
2 .O:~


,1.91
3.1?
I 7.0

1.36
1.59
1. C-

T..31
1. -1





S.72
-2 *I
2.61P


TO 1PC 5-C


!ET-?G GRO.JER

;iT RnlL L
.', L 70 \T


, .15
1.15
.52
.71
.14
.- .i

51 *
.%-
'^,_
*. f '-*
1.0;
.25
.20
.1'.,'
.* -

1..13
1.. 1


.1. f
1.20
.5'
.75
.10
.7.%,
.50

1.15
..1O0
.* ^
.2;
.50

1.55
1.55


F:1IL A.X.D BOAT
COST
PJCK I.
SCOS1 J.'LLT'IG
PF.CDLTC- !LRKETI;;G
TTrC ,'


.?


I-i-
.O
.-1..



..5
CC
*- -.
.-1 -




..1i
.450
.*5

..51
^*
r .
.40


.50


:,1.28

1.10




.90
.95


.25

.51

.gG
1.01
1.25


3.05 I.CO 1.00 .20 2.56 ..-3 1.20 .2:0 1.25
1.50 .._.0 .80 .50 1. ;5 .07 .' 7 .'. 1.05
1.5.0 ."J .90 .30 1.5:3 ..22 .25 .40 ."5
l.1 .5G .40 .5: .O' -.11 -.0? .5c .:5
1.51 .90 .0 .51. 1.19 .?3 .2,' .3.' .3
1.2- .70 .70 .57 .: .01 .0:3 .57 .84
1.-, 1.20 1.10 .7-, 1.79 .-,0 .61 .39 .*7
1.4 1.10 1.00 .53 1.0' .25 .35 .30 .3
1J 1. ..61

1.53 1.]0 1.10 .4-.: -.05 .6i .35 .-6 ..2
1.04" .;0 ..0 .2 .64 -.0'' .0C .71
1. 2 1.30 1.12 .5 .7:: -.01 .2C .40 .-2
1.21 1.10 .,6 .37 .71 -.02 .12. .:5 .74
1..'-. 1.70 1..5 .71 1.20 ... .z"0 .-0 .,0
2.25 .5 6.5 1 1..3 .u7 1.10C .5 ..
f... 2.47 2.00 1.53 1.83 .92 1.00 .-I0 1.07

'I. i. ^ -ro ivta r-t, u .. r-:^fr it, Fi.R :.1 :rp ,. n pr 1duct, i.n r.!:- :Fi- n 'f.srestri]cted.


CT r7'r' f (~


FP3F'jDA -tOSS FO3 !,'ARFST C IR EQUIV,\i: ? F'F. GU.





CTTRI.U' PRICE ANUL'IfS 192l-2') T 19453-4-1 P.AIL F. BOAT
COST
FLrO'IDA cROSS FOR U.rU.R',T OP E(MIV;j,LEJT P~R BOX :.?":T-:TO GRW.'T PICOI:';o
ST COST HAULI!:3
RATL iRUC-DM FLORIDA FLO'TID,, G!'.OSS IfET RATL & PRODUC- :.L KETTi:G
BOX YIELD WilAT OUT COpS'.'"V CART.'S-. AJL ALL EOAT TIO'N TC.

19..-2'- 1,3',:960 ,2.90 4,1.20 ,pl.20 ,2.55 .37 (. .39 S .21 .~1.70
1920-31 448,054 3.50 1.40 1.40 3.2C ..4 .90 .00 1.70
1930-31 1,89,b25 1.95 1.00 1.00 1.71 .01 -.C9 .54 1.50
1931-32 1,065, 87 2.05 1.00 i.00 1.85 .US .05 .75 1.25
19-3- 1519,200 1.42 '3.00. .90 1.Z2 -.10 -.50 .56 1.16
19$3-34 1,992,011 1.20 1.40 1.25 1.:0 .20 .19 .5G 1.05
* 19$4-55 2,003,755 1.66 1.15 1.10 1.51 .21 .16 .55 .95
1955-5C Z,093,597 2.00 1.50 1.40 1.86 .42 .35 .55 1.1C
1950-37 501,54 1.45 1.15 1.5 .3 -.10 -.,0 .50 1.15
1917-38 2,25'.,97 1.86 1.2.8 1.28 1.72 .14 .10 .52 1.1l
1538-30 3,3010.75 1.34 1.05 1.05 1.27 -.17 -.'X .45 .05
1939-40 2,A57,545 2.0= 1.W0 1.70 1.95 .42 .44 .50 1.0.
194C-41 2,751,624 1.G8 1.65 1.51 2.6. .GB .10 .50 1.0.3
1341-12 2.,100,Yn 2.85 2.00 2.40 2.77 1.20 1.11 .50 1.1
1942-43 4,?C0,5149 2.70 2.70 2.25 2.72 .93 1.u3 .40 1.35 n
1943-44 3,600,000 3.70 5.70 2.00 3.62 1.356 1.37 .65 1.63
.TOTAL..CITRUS
*, 152-2 27,VC000 ..;02.08 I1.17 a;1.17 0 .51 1.87 0 .20 z .19 .Q .C4 :~1.25
1S29-53** 17,2?4,600 5.19 1.65 1.65 .91 2.85 1..i 1.19 .71 1.23
153:-3} 35,0(4,971 1.6" .3s .30 .50 1.01 .29 .W3 .43 1.10
* 1931-62 24.4<6.216 1.95 1.20 1.10 .51 1.75 .45 - .50 .53 .92
1932-A5 014056, 1.2? .0 .70 .53 1.15 .C2 .C15 .45 .s0
1053-34 20,276,287 1.35 1.19 1.00 .54 1.45 .34 .3S5 .44 .07
104-35 3?2,85,;54 1.65 1.19 1.05 .33 1.33 .27 .32 .43 .
1935-3G -2,4C2,052 2.14 1.48 1.37 .74 1.01 .69 .76 .44 .94
1956-57 40.601,203 2.0 4 1.5C 1.45 .61 1.70 .61 .75 .37 .02
1937-53c 40,939,620 1.57 1.12 1.15 .40 1.30 .22 .A05 .1. 1
193C-39 56,447,995 1.351 1.07 1.04 .24 l.u4 .07 .15 .34 .V2
1930-40 42,A73,112 1.00 1.51 1.29 .23 1.17 .12 .2, .42 .
194.-41 55, 170,754 1.51 1.49 V.ic .47 1.15 .1C .27 .39 .&5
1941-42 4., 03.JOO 2.00 2.05 1.690 .03 1.C .57 .74 .43 .PO
0142-43 680,0C3,00) 2.61 2.78 2.2' 1.22. 2.23 1.11 1.-i1 .3 1..1
1943-44 80,800,000 3.01 3.01 2.37 1.70 3.62 1.16 1.28 .49 1.24
*idt to grower (or fruit oner) indicates the amount or box after deducting production and all other costs
xcent ners. t-:es, andenreciion h "O TTee' n avrgne rvc Y b oh A tnca by adding th, prN c -
tio- cnt t ttc M ft-o Or-, return. .,*FrnvLt F1-1 -r'- -vhnn oroWNuc h. shl"trs Vrsf rlcseA.




Fag' 58
ag 5 IL S'.P;ThTS BY COUlJTIES.
I_-!41' SEAS,-il
CARLo07S (Aurp: -: t 1-d : Total Juy co Caba1)
Flori".', :Oraiire:Grape-:Trn1er-:. iixcd : Total :Lcanf .-: .B-'2lZ :Eroccoll :Cabbagc.
Counties : :fr:it :i.no :Cit-rui : Citrus : Lins :_______

Alachua : 39: 12: 1: 6: 10&: 91: : : 1:
D'adfo r : : : : : : 8:
rev-'.rd' : 1'o0 : .' 73) : 1 : .509: 5057: -
Lro.V'ard : 205: 2: 1: 26: 23: 112: : 2 75:
Citrus 1: : : 1: 2: :
Clay : : : : : : : 78
Collier : : : :
Colzubia : : : : : : 5:
Dade 2: 21 : 3: 26: ).0: : : 60:
De Soto : 927: 11: 10L: 208: 1250: :
Dixie. : : : : : .
Duval : 909: h1: 71: 190: 1211: : : 15:
Escambia : 8: : : 8:
Flagler : : : 26:
Gadsden : : :
Gilchrist : : : : : :
Glades : : : : : 6 : 305:
Hanilton : : : : : 2:
Hardee : 203: 2: 10: 39: 254: : : 30:
Hendry : : : : : : : 52:
Hernando : 97: 2: 68: 29: 196: 5: : 3:
Highlands : 2009: 713: 112: 370: 3201: 1:: 10:
Hillsborough: 1681: 75: 30: 1]49: 1935: 9 1: 92:
Indian River: ,.7: 1.65: 17: 488: 2606: : :
Jackson : : : : :
Jofferson : : : : : :
Lake : 5773: 591: 373: 151: 8068: : : : 183:
Lee : 149: 1L !.: 5: 66: 361: : : : 2:
Levy : : : : : : : 18:
Madison : : : : :
Manatee : 135: 292 74: 501: 1: : : 55:
Marion : 1521: 30: 36: 196: 1791.: 34: 128:
Martin : : : : : .: 6 5 :
Okeechobee : : : : : : : 1: : :
Orange : 12747: 750: 1243: 2175: 16915: 8: : : 466:
Osceola : 186: 15: l4.: 104: 319: : : ::
Palm Beach : 2.: 16: 4: 61: 105: 4656: 3: : 1739:
Pasco 818: '95: 89: 158: 1160: : : :
Pinellas : 534: 1225: 21: 359: 2119:
Polk : 16615: 5639: 1200: 5317: 28771: : : : 137:
Putnam : 315: 23: 108: L46: : : 168:
Sarasota : 105: 37: : 12: 154.: : 97:
Seminole : 1716: 189: 126: 764: 2795: 2: : 563:
St. Johns : 21: : : : 21: : : 97)4:
St. Lucie : 1148: 1220: 47: 469: 28814: 12: : 8:
Sur.t6r : : : : : : 13: : 168:
Suvrannee : : : :
Union : : : : : : : 1:
Volusia : 1057: 32: 247: 229: 1565: : 223:
Washington : : : : : : :
Unknown : 163: 91: 5: 359: : :
Straight Cars 5Lj5: 154.1: 5356: 13626: 82328: 6596: 4:- 16: 6378:
Pick-Up-Exp : -: -: -: 3100: 3100: -: -: -: -:
GRAPiD TOTAL : 51405: 135+1: 3856: 16726: 85t28: 6596: 4: 1: 6378:









C.'FLOt'
r r. .. ..
Cruhtiesnr

Alachua
Br:lcford :



Citr2c
Cl:-"
Collier
Col':;ii

Do Sote
Di:.:io
Du,-al

F1l lrer
Cadsder.
Cilchris :;
Gla.de:
H;ni ilton
i- rdoe
He. 1dr 1
H? :iando
Highlandr :s
'iilla'orougr:
Indian R-.r-.:r
Jackzon
J.f rson :
L--eO:e
Lee
Le-.-,r
"adisn' i:',
NAnatc'c
I.ario'.:-
.:.tirt i .
O-c.c]:obl e :




Pinclla-
Folk
Putnxr.n
Saraceta :
S&iin6o'lo
St. 7Jol: :
S.t. L'.' c :
3wr t' r
S'.r..'i r.co
Union
Vocluzia
t.shin.t:n :
iJUt-na 'l-Ci I:
St-aig:tL CarEL
Pic':-Uo-Ex, :
GP iD T07AL :


:arrot :Cau'li-:Cel'ry :


Page 59


P.AIL S!l1P?'?NTS B' COr:UIES
1(A:3-1); shAso::
(Au -< T-July 31)


Corn
Groo


:flov.:or:










: 1:









: :
: :
: :





135:
: :.



21:
1 : :




: 1:


- :
: :
1:
: :
: :






110
: 1 :
I: :

: :
: :

: :

: :


: :
: :

: :
: :
9_o: 2:




-: -:
1T4: '2d:


!g5"- : Es- : Gr'c.n
plant :carolo :


117:


2:




10:















10:








:

1:








1062
4670:









99:.
9 : :


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8:






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15:
:1 :

-:
:, :


62:


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22:

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11:
53:



15:

23:


85:
2:

9.


16:







17:



77:'







-:
iu;:


4:


22:


10:

















62:


:




4o:
1:

10:
2:







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:.

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246

240:


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6.








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0:

















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i.0 :









983

250:




10:
570:
1:






:
1.120: :
l"-O :


., :Lot uo.:
:Roraine :

: 18:


11: 1:











:





57


10








: 51
2: 3




12:




: 1:

9:
15:






20'?:
9: 207:

-: i207


..






PCA'L' GO


C/aLCTS


!".L O r... :. 'n% i'
Com ties

Al:.c1hua':
Bradford
Erev.. rd&

Citr us
Cla"
Ccll'er
Cr,1unti.
D:O.dG :
De Soto
Di :::io
Duc. al
E.c nbiri :
C.- ,;!,. r

Cilchrist


'H-.-d0e
Ha'nd:l'
-c rn-ndo
: i i :1s.l n.,, :
:1lIlctorouih:
UIdia:n REi-cr
JaczLron :
Jcfforson
Lake
Lee
Levy-
Madison

la rion
Martin
Okeechobes
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellac
Polk-
Putiiam:
Sarasota
Seminole
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Summer
Suwannee
Union
Volusia
.Vashington
Un]knolvil
Straight Car.s --
Pick-Up-Exp :
G: Al',D TOTAL :


RAIL S.ilP.T:iITS 1Y CC',!'TIS
19h3- BI, S 1.... '.iI

(Au ,C l-July ,1) :
oJns : Pena :Pcproi'c;: PoLt<- :3_innch: S" a'o t. : Ton-i- :Tur.i.2lp :


:Engli

:
:
:
:
:
:
:

:
:
:
:
:
:
:


:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
6.: 151
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
& 15$
-: -


1:
















:



:








:
:


;:.

: t"


51:













6"4:
: Z












61,,





100:
4:



66:


226:

.:


14:
71:

1:
Ii:





, :

185:


toos

295:


1:

I.


7:6



10:
:


3O:

1:



15:





597:











12:



19:
15:
12:















2:
,2:.
;go :







a "g
.7'.: :


'.7,2 2:


:P')tcc.oC

: 2s:




























: 1:
: 1:





2:










69: 4:








: 1:
72: :
- : -
L: 3:


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:
7%45


21.r:




4:







12:



2.
E,7
9:1:
:











16:

179:


68:








535:
2:







45,2 :
.. -


Ruta :

















1:





















:
:.
1.:






2:
:,
:
:
:
:


-85


1775:















1l


26
7:

1:


-.
2




255





1370:




19:
669:
4:
37:
34:




C-.
27

1293 :
669


I








CARLOTS
Fl o ri c a
Cuountios


Alachua
3radford
Breva rd
3rocrrd :
Citrus :

Collior
Col r.bi.L
Dado
De Soto
Dixio
Du -.t:
Esca.-Abia
rFlaglcr
Grndden
Cilchrit :
Glados
!ir-ilton
Hardeo
Hend ry ,
Hernn-ido
Highlar.ds
Hillzborough:
Lncdia Rive r:
Jackson
Jeffersori
Lake
Lee
LcT.'
7.adi:on
Manatee
.?--rion
martin n
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Fasdo
Pinellas
Polk
Putnan
Sarasota
Ser.inole
St., Johns :
St. Lucie
Sum=te r
Su.'rannee
Union
Volusia
Y7ashington :
Unknovrn
Straight Cars
Pick-Up-Exp
GRAIM TOTAL


: Total
:Voro tables


925:
8 :
7 :
4799 :

103 :
267 :
5 :
3238 :
15 :
-

10
376 :
17

317
13 :
113
159:
10 :
58 :
1127 :

2 :

207
1068
20
2 :
1876
457 :
64:
199:
1166

11927


14:1
543
2029
6509
32147
620
-06 :

9:
2140
2 :
7 :
L25370
1283
45655 :


FJRAL SHIPENTS BY COUNTIES
19L43-44 JSAson
(August 1-July -1)
: Lr.onz: Strivr-:VrWater-: TotUal


:borries :melonsc:


":











:,
:.


1:






le:
f:


.
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:.
:
: -
2:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
22:
1:
23:


519:






15:






1:
555:


:


2:
1:-

60:

1:
723:
202:
1414:
5:
123:
147:

611:





120:

28:





333:
25:


6:
111:
181:
6116:

6116:


i:


Page 61


Total Vcgs :
?.on-C itrus :GRA:T D TOTAL:


T!on-Citruz :

519






15


9



1 :
555






82
1:
723
202
14 :
5,
123
:47

611


27


120







553 :


6
111
181
6154{
1 :
6155


i,~1 :4

7 :
4799

103
267
20
2538
13
S 9 :
214:
10
576
18
555
517 :
52
114 :
159 :
20
S:0
1209)
55
746
202
1651
1073 :

149
1876 :
1068
61:
199
1193

11927
120

185
543 :
2029 :
6509 :
3247 :
620
759 :

9:

113
188
46524
1284 :
4900


1552
8 :
3064 :
5055
2 :
108
267
20
3264:
1263
9:
1235
18
376
18 :
555
317
52
368
159
216
32144 :
2661
7146:
202
9719
l1437
14.5

2377
2859
64
199:
18108
319
12032
1280
2119 :
28956 :
989 :
2183 :
9504 :
3268 :
3504 :
739 :
543 :
9:
1811
113
L7 :
130852
h386 :
135236


: r





Page 62


Auction Sales at Tern.inal I'arkets
Ferrinia l l3crl .n & 2xreor.ses
;:et at Ter.Tinai
Transportation Cost
Florida F.O.B. Equivalent
1'
Florida Marketing Charges
AdvertisinL: Inspection
PackLing : Prcc 0Slring
p i.cki g : Haulinn;
On Troe rquive-.t
s3timiat-d reductionn Costs
Not Profit before interest, Taxes


Carloads Sold


9hl-h2
.08 )
.05
.62
.17


10L2-h5
.08 1
.05 )
*., )


lQL~ -U
.03
u )
~'J )
.3!~ )


& Depreciatior..


GRAPE FRUIT
Carloads Sold
Auction Sales at Terminal Markets
Terminal Selling c Expenses
Net at Terminal
Trans oortation Cost
Florida F.O.B. Equ-valont
Florida Marketing Charges .08 .0C .) "
Advertising & Inspection .05 .5 C
Packing & Processing .52 .55 ) 7
Picking Ar Hauling .:1 .19 ) .4h
On Troee Euivalont
Estimated Production Costs
Not profit before Interoest, Taxoa, & Dopr ,' -tion.


TANGER IIBES


Carloc-ds Soil1


Auction Sal s at Ten.iinal Markets
Terminal Salling <& Expenses
Nct at Torminal
Transportation Cost
Florida F.O.B. Equi-v.lent
Florida Marketing Charg s .08 .0j3 '
Advertising and Inspoction .07 .*7 )
Packing ana Processing .80 .83 )
Picking (. Hauling .21 .5 )
On Tree Equivalont
Estimated Production Cost's
Not profit before Intorost, Taxos, & Dopruciation
Approximate Porcontago all freight shipments sold
at Auction Orangos
1940-41 52.6a
191-, -2.75
192-~'4 27 %
19 3-4 21.2%;o


.07
1.05
.50


17,13
_ 2.38
ju
2.73






SC



'; 2.12



1.79
.79

I.20






3.52


1.16



. 1.10


Grapefruit
36.5C

2.8%


Per FJ)ox

13,0)5
S.7

3.72
5 2.97





,- 1.5,


S3.10 lu

-: --


.37


1 .Li.5
1.10


. .LO


, 2.00
1.33




; 1.00


Tangerinos


11.2%


Note: As has boon stated above and in othor
citrus net prices do not make any deductions
or for depreciation of groves or equipment.
includes private as well as auction sales of
page.


pages of our report for .iany years the
for interest on investment, for taxes,
Page 10-11 of this report which
citrus should be used along with this


Auction sales of tangerines in 1953-L4 season were only 6L4 cars as compared
to 3399 in 1942-45 season. See pagus 52-54 for carload sales and auction sales
for years 1927-28 to 1943-L4 seasons.
Seo pages 52-54 for Auction Cars and Price Averages.


ESTI!.ATED COSTS FHO:. TREE Tu AUCTIONS
19141-L2, 1942-L; AiID 19.'--;L SEASO:!S.


U*:.k-N1 ES


12,o l
5.90
.08
3.82
S.07


4,2 6
S 3.56

2.75

1.07






RAIL DISTRIBUTION FLORIDA CITRUS
For 1945-44 Season '


Oranges


Alab?.-o
Ark.ans as
Colorado
Connecticut
Del 2-.Y*-. re
Dist. of Columbia
Florid -
Georgir.
Idiho
Illinols
Indi.nrmn
I o */'
Sansa s
Kentucky
Louisi s n
'.- ine
.arylarnd
":'ss.crchusetts
?.:ichigar.
'.'in: esot
;.' ssissippi
V.issouri
t'.?nt >"'n
Nebr.3ska
New Hrlipshire
Nev; Jersey
New York
Iorth Ca-rolina
North Dakota
Ohio *
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South- Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
7'.7shington
West Virginia
.;iisconsin
14yomi ng
Destinations not

TOTAL


1,098
150
9
755
41
1,034
30
1,222

2,717
959
101
31
850
851
151
2,210
3,293
1,821
212
669
743
2
50
18
1,215
11,769
1,504
7
35,74
70
10
7,054
494
810
9
1,572
350

17
899
37
454
343
1
spec. 1,152

50.728


Grpeqfruit Tangerines


158
9
17
150
2
331

226
4
599
138
60
7
122
51
29
490
819
468
99
57
169
28
26

388
4,104
271
2-
909-
16
49
1,669
67
79
5
177
10
21
2
242
50
45
115
2
669


12.930


(Not inc. in above total)
Savannah, Ga. 2,221
Petersburg, Va. 42
Richmond, Va. 540


490
53
'146


110
1
32


264
2983
185


3,085
75
901


Note: The above tabulation arranged from data supplied by H. F. Will.on, Federal-
State Citrus Market News Representative in Lakeland, Florida.


20
1
10
78
2
46

42

515
122
8
18
43
13
3
128
191
263
50
2
88
1
1

59
805
5-

429
14
10
587
39
24

73
28
1

19
7
15
44

219


3.872


Mixed
Ciiruc


629
29
5
108
4
176
57
6786

341
274
25

198
102
25
455
520
282
44
157
153

15
13
142
2,441
775

771
19
3
1,180
71
551
1
787
28

15
496
3
250
67
4
219


12.108


p-gi 65



Totals

1,885
189.
41-.
1,091
49
1,587
90
2,168
4
3,972
1,495
192
74
1,213
1,017
206
5,283
4,828
2,854
405
885
1,1355
31
90
31
1,802
19,119
2,605
9
6,083
119
72
10,490
671
1,464
13
2,609
416
52
34
1,656
97
742
569
8
2.2359


79,6358





Pago 64


FLO.IDA CITRUS CO:.!ISSIC1
V'-EEFJIY S'.~LARY
PROCESSED FRM7IT
1 5--19' SEASO,


'VEEK EMrDING

Oct. 23
50
30
Nov. 6
13
20
27
Dcc. 4
11
18
25
1914
Jan. 1
8
15
22
29
Feb. 5
12
19
26
Mar. L|.
11
18
25
Apr. 1
8
15
22
29
may 6
*13
20
.27
June 3
.10
S17
214
July 1
.8
15
22
29
AuG. 5
12
Total 19l13-14.
1942-143
1941-L2
191o-41
1939-0O
1938-39
1957-38


ORANGES
Boxes

2,511
5,.39
27,820

56,715
78,796
101,027
187,192
126,571

1143,21 'i
158,819
231,105
221,932
235, 942
231,897
293,567
418,1075
489,581
527,992
534,809
537,110
&).6,55 3
Half 382,032
way 341,910
.430,211
514, 673
510,424b
45, 780
485,910
49h,882'
17,607
462,812
415,032
313,089
211, 878
1143,017
72,65 4
81,352
33,015
8,954
3,723
149
lO,912,501
6,1438,000
l,197,000
3,9)11,000
4, 170,000
1,867,000
1,055,000


TC. DATE
bo:.:es

2,511
7,750
35, 570
31,C'02'
137,759
216,5525
317,562
5o-'.,75 "
651,325


774, 566

1, JS5E,L14
1,621, 50-
1,853,281
2,146,8148
2,564,951
5,054,532
3,582,5224
4,117,333
4,654, 443
5,100,797
5,482, 829-
5,824 ,739
6,254,950
6,769,623
7,279,867
7,7364,6.7
8,220,557
8,715, 439
9,163,0 46
9,625,858
10, 01 890
10,353,979
10,568,857
10,712,6714
10, 785,508
10,866,660
10 899,675
10,908,629
10,912,352
10,912,501
(27,281 Cars).
(16,095 )
(10,493 )
( 9,853 )
(10,425 )
( 4,668 )
( 2,638 )


GP.APFRP.ULIT




150, 027

52,1190
.50,750
0,071

67.4, 26

952, 650
1,029,960
1,030,989
1, 010,938
1,0714,757
1,070,192
Half 955,710
way 921,121
813,988
912,902
806,539
819,1417
699,305
853, 034
8644,1260
728,107
663,9148
485,905
320,4115
260,870
207,777
195,657
122,076
68,5330
32,663
10,1419
15,660
17,093
12,531
3,091
137
20,429, 310
17,58-1, 000
10, 12+, 000
13,871,000
8,800,000
8, 395,000
5,793,000


TO DATE

1,557
u,5 '5
25,592

39,627
219,985
761, 473
1,5 7,225
1,987,297

2,662,223
3,,78,175
1+,l 5,003
5,1412,9635
6,503,952
7,514, 090
8,589,61+7
9,660,139
10,615,849
,11556,970
12,350,958
13,263,860
14,070,599
1+, 889,816
15,589,121
16,442,155
17,286,581
18,014,688
18,678,636
19,164,541
19,148!., 956
19,715; 826
19,953,603
20,1147,260
20,269,336
20,537,716
20,570,579
20,5380,798
20,396,458
20,413,551
20,426,082
20,429,175
20,429,510
(51,075 Cars)
(15,960 )
(25,3.58 )
(54,67.8 )
(22,000 )
(20,988 )
(14,485 )


Note: On basis of 400-bo-xes to carload.






Page 65


ESTIMATED PRICES PAID BY CANJIERS
(Delivered to Cannerics)
1940-41, 1941-42, 1942-45 & 1943-44 Seasons


ORANGES
Per Box
1940-41 1941-42 1942-45 1943-44

S- ~; ( 2.03
.21 2.03
.35 .74 1.50 2.03
.55 .93 1.25 1.86
.80 .91 1.48 1.63
.85 1.10 1.76 1.87
.90 1.20 2.00 2.27
1.00 1.25 2.40 2.25
1.04 1.35 2.45 2.20
1.05 1.40 2.50 2.37
.80 1.076 1.70 2.02


TOTAL PRODUCTION


GRAPEFRUIT
Per Box
1940-41 1941-42 1942-45 1945-44

;- \-~ ., ,,1.57
.20 1.37
.25 .69 .92 1.45
.27 .67 .96 1.44
.34 .64 1.08 1.40
.56 .76 1.20 1.50
.38 .82 1.32 1.74
.-6 .80 1.47 1.76
.50 .77 1.50 1.66
.50 .77 1.50 1.67
.365 .706 1.05 1.53


AND PORTION CANNED & PROCESSED


DELIVERED PRICE PAID BY CANNERS


Total
Production
Boxes

12,548,000
14,964,000
16,171,000
15,590,000
15,865,000
19,461,000
24,5053,000
30,015,000
25,065,000
28,752.000
27,200,000
37 ~200,000
46,200,000


ORANGES
Portion
Canned
Boxes


36,000
50,000
61,000
178,000
140,000
620,000
1,055,000
1,867,000
4,170,000
3,941,000
4,197,000
6,438,000
10,912,501


Canner's
Price
Per Box


$0.65
.70
.80
.80
1.00
1.25
.36
.41
.19
.80
1.08
1,70
2.02


Total
Production
Boxes

10,431,000
11,926,000
11,113,000
15,243,000
11,504,000
18,121,000
14,5379,000
23,050,000
15,650,000
24,387,000
19,100,000
27,5300,000
31,000,000


GRAPEFRUIT
Portion
Canned
Boxes

930,000
2,750,000
2.605,000
5,605,000
35,760,000
6,685,000
5,793,000
8,595,000
8,800,000
15,871,000
10,143,000
17,584,000
.20,429,310


Canner's
Price
Per Box


$0.30
.32-
.53
.37
.75
.55
.48
.22
.5533
.37
.71
1,05
1.53


TOTAL
Ormsas &
Grapefruit
Canned
Boxes


966,000
: 2,800,000
: 2,666,000
5,781,000
:5,900,000
7,305,000
6,848,000
:10,262,000
:12,970,000
:17,812,000
:14,340,000
:24,022,000.
:31,541,811


NOTE: These are State Marketing Bureau estimates based on information obtained from
several sources-substantially in agreement -
ESTIIiTED CARLOADS CANNED BY MONTHS, 1913-"f SEASON.
S (00 Boxes to Carload)


October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
Total


Oranges

41T9



270
145

.3 3
8,20

: 5


Grapefruit
2
376
6,006
11,104
9,4 8
9,81i
1,280
153
5 6
51,075


Month

October
November
December
January
February
iMarch
April
eay
June
July
Average


1931-32
1932-33
1933-34
1934-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
1943-44





Pago 66


INSPECTIOC'S OF FLORIDA CITRUS FOR SIIP'EUT
BY RAIL AND TRUCK BY COUNTIES
SEASON A'_UST 1.943 JULY 1, 1944


Grapefruit


BOX
Oranges


Tangerines - Total


Alachua
Brevard
Broward
Citrus
Dade
DeSoto
Duval
Hardee
Hernandd
Highlands
Hillsboro.
Indian River
Lake
Lee
Manatee
Marion
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Sarasota
Seminole
Volusia

TOTAL


-7,905
484,711
19,153
35,525
56,960
14,003
35,089
1,727
2,387
432,461
114,058
975,751
363,134
89,046
166,217
45,592
624,717
39,121
49,156
65,492
709,5397
5,951,208
11,755

750,289
20,971
204-1,328
58,517


.44,604
1,090,158
125,921
8,165
80,907"
589,564'
506,929'
*.106,596'
56,865
1,120,086-
1,037,991'
586,275'
5,648,941'
95,487
94,043
996,127
7,707,442
210,699
65,242
446,527
391,492
10,695,5339
260,447
17,753
755,250
62,947
1,318,072
8553091


1.007
29,738
2,027
1,594
1,872
81,620
62,613
14,777
39,678
63,443
61,412
24,925
135,543
4,199
1,020
43,702
870,-103
29,419
6,771
60,892
55,528
935,459
56,546

65,897

155,790
164,121


55,516
1,604,607
147,081
15,282
159,739
684,987
604,651
122,900
98,930
1,615,990
1,215,461
1,386,929
4,325,625
188,732
261,280
1,085,421
9,202,262
279,239
121,169
572,911
1,134,417
15,580,006
308,548
17,733
1,551,416
83,918
1,678,190
1,055,729


9,296,630: 32,732,516 3,103,501 45,152,047


CERTIFIED LIE SHIPMENTS By Counties, By Months Season 1943-44
(In Ternns of Equivalent Standard Bokes, 1 5/5 Bushels)


Brevard Dade Highlands


177
319
64


*18,659
19,792
14,307
8,438.
17,936
6,444
:4, 801
1,686
971
1,522
8,493


5,787
1,332
302
245
493
264
.. ..772
192
275
288


Lake


21
'-


Pinellas Polk Totals


13 ,835
7,771
2,508
524
552
323
518
380
21
55
288


38,456
29y255
16,981
9j207
18,981
7,031
6,001
2,258
1,267
1,845
8,922


Note: The above data supplied by Florida Citrus Inspection Bureau, .Tinter Haven,Fla.


July
August
September
October
No member
December
January
February
March
April
May
June


1943 '
it
It


11
ii

1944


I'
I!


TOTAL


2 27,724 4,825 2,660 10,148 45,359

562 130,773 14,916 21 2,660 36,701 185,633






Pa.:o 07


cLO/I .DA
.DP ALu-SAA'. L..SPCTIO: SERVICE
Ship''ing point .ins cctbions
July 3, 19.' thr'-July 1, 1-)d"


Cor.nod tt',
Ci TiJUS
Cr Ln.',,s
Gr':p fruit
r.Trri'ir 3
..'ixoei Citr's
i.'. r.: l_ C '. icrus
OT;..'- iHun-C 7'9"S


ypve Contait,tor
ror uxit):


Std. "C%
St.. iox
Std. 'Lox
3td. box


',i,:ber of Clrs: Humbor of.. i.t..:;


equiv.
equiv.
aquiv.
equiv.


tr-.:berri.'r Crates
S,.:: i r. I.olons

'otal t .:I..tr llon-"'itrus


3", -..-!S (S"" ..."
CPr.b' go

"('.*f. Put(.'" s-es)
Carro tJ

o el ry
JI cu: i b-r



Lh tr..,e
On i on~ ____


Potatoes (Swevct)
Spinach
Squash
Tomatoes



Turnip Greens


Pushel h':.ners
10. lb. bavs
50 Ib. I0-,
Bulk (Tons)

50 lb. bgs
Bulk (Tons)
Cr&tjs
Bushel hampcrs or bsk1ts
Bu hprs or bk3ts
Cratur (1 12 bu)
Bushel n".p. rs
Crates (L.A.)
50 lb. bag-
Bushel hn%.a or b.k1:3s
Crates (. 1/2 bu.)
165 lb. bag.;
130 Ib. bagsh
100 lb. bags
50 lb. .agj
Bushel crt'xos
Busho" baskY.ts-.
Bushel baskets
Pushel h`-.ndr3s
Lurgs
1/2 bi.shel baskets
Bushol baskets
Bushol crat es
Crates


Total Vegetables
Tot)i. V.egetables &: Non-C.trus

20TAL ALL F?,UITS 2rJD VEGET.i.BL-S


2,; 4,6
26,
11, -6





2




2Z

1904



8
7
2. 1
2
72
1
718

1
5
1,301l

23
1
2
1,52.j
II
J.4

1

12,567 '
19,016

90,569


,',/f66, TA


5 7, - -

430
2,51d.1 ,336
1,025






o Lc., i
-5,0q0
2,77)4


6.00







275
1, 500
1122,512




713
275i






,04 61;.,3
I,53)




2,223
560


Av'' ra->j
l'r.its per car


1,'.o.41
1,025.0O




25y.y,
14.12

69).50
.JO.)0
433.32
50.o.75
527.8'

020.30
310.53


471.43
275.00
5''o. o0
304.19


J0-.70
713.'o
57o.00
686.28
768.32
3,58 .75
J25A9QO


ot':' Th,' c.bove i.nsi;ections are fo:- r-ail Prri.,"ht. cars only and do not inrclrde
i-..spection.i for trucks and oth-er inspeution7.. 2he "-;t-tl 7)f' c11 in--6ctions for
12 months ending, July 1 was oqui-alent tc 102,721. rail crloads.






Pago 68


VOLUME OF FLORIDA CITRUS 1IRUC.iCK THROUGH
STATE ROAD GUARD STATIONS Ali PATROL
FLORIDA STATE DEPA.RT7HNT OF AG. CULTURE


Eight road guard inspection stations were maintained on rill roads le ding
out of Florida or into the northwestern part of the State whore a.ll truc's c-,rr.'ing
citrus fruits were checked front October 16, 1943 to June 50, 194. f.-.r proper inp~ec-
tion- papers, inspection and advertising stamps and fruit itself. A11 st-ticns w'.r
manned by sufficient inspectors to operate shifts twenty-four hours d'-il:. Regular
strtion inspectors wiere supplemented by patrol men who were on d.ity a. ell *in-,z to
maintain contact with stations and to see that no trucks carryin.j cir,.: frui Ets
ev-ded station inspection. In addition, these inspection statio:i c.rd th:.' road
patrol wore important factors in assisting with the ndministerin .-f the F-f:*r.l-
State 1.Marketin;g Agreement by exercising vigilance regarding restricted fruit and
furnishing daily records of truck movements to the Growers Admninistrativ.x C?.-itte...


Carloads of 400 Boxes


STATION
LOCATION

Wilcox
Brrnford
Ellovill.j
Suwannee Spgs
White Spgs
Benson Spgs
Hilliard
Yulee


High- ORAI'GES
way 39-40 40-41 41-42 42-451453-x4


16355
58
325
806
1860
42
1109
5515


TOTAL


STATION
LOCATIONr


Wilccx
Branford
Ellaville
Suwpnnee Spgs
whi te Spgs
Benson Spgs (Lake City)
Hi]lliard
Yulee

TOTAL


2023
76
457
469
2746
112
1808
6644


1086
72
258
201
1978
60
977
4869


937
14
183
22
1441
9
657
2274


11146 14515 9501 5522 :

DANGER TES ___
59-40 40-41 41-42 42-45-43-44 :


122


69
192
5
90
607


114
2
20
30
191
9
123
598


155

27
3


C 1
4111


1109 1087 837 990


GRAPEFRUIT
59-40 40-41 41-42 42-45745-44

220 549 145 122
12 13 11 5
57 94 55 32
178 113 48 4
415 752 395 204-
10 77 12 1
214 459 221 98
1446 2062 1575 421

2550 5899 2460 885

TOTAL CITRUS
39-40 40-41 41-42 42-4 545-44

1975 2486 1308 1212
73 92 87 19
405 551 526 247
1053 611 272 29
2465 5639 2516 1911
57 198 75 10
1415 2390 1272 833
7536C 9304 6942 5136

14805 19301 12798 7397


Converted to cars on basis of 400 boxes to pro-war rail carload to main-
tain sane comparative basis with pre-war conversions. Actually 499.2 boxes should
be the conversion factor for 1945-44 season to obtain freight rail carload equiv-
alent. Freight loadings were 491.3 boxes in 1942-43, 406.1 boxes in 1941-42, and
390.1 in 1940-41. Ifether or not freight car loadings vill ever again average as
400 box-es per car is a question which remains to be answered.

Note: *wRoad Guard Stations were not open during 1942-45 season.

The above arranged from data secured from the Citrus Inspection Bureau in Winter
Haven, Florida.


Carloads of 400 Boxes







Recapitulation of Nimber of Carloads (equivalent to rail carloads) of VS.ETABLES, STR A .IBERRIES, AND LISCELLA-
NEOUS FRUITS, moved from Florida via Motor Truc1:s f.-on Octobr,- 16, 19-3 to Juno 29, 19-44, inclusive, through
designated Highway Gateways, as reported by Road Guar-: T'sction St.tio-ns of the Florida Stat-- Departmnt'of
Agriculture.

(Comiled ly .riv- te a l elr f ro. Dai ly Lrket R or.ts of Florida State r':.rketinf. ["irau.)
White S-.:va.iin Lk' Ello-
Yulcu Hilliard Sprinfi :Sprinis City .Jilcox TBral.f,.rd villa Total
State Ro".d 3 4 2 ,i3 2 10 5-A 1
U.S. Road 17 1 41 . 90
Beans-Snap 1418 131 773 1 12 376 LCL 70 281
Lima 54 7 9 LCL 4 . 21 .. ILL 2 95
Butter 10 3 3 0 ICL 7 0 1 23
Cabbage, Lbs. 948 1 . 640 7 I L 232 2 61 2101
Celery 161 44 87 LCL LCL 5 L 19 397
Corn, Groen, D3z. 55 7 76 LCL 1 22 0 1 1C2
Cucumbers 149 10 32 2 0 8 2,.
Eggplant 190 3 63 LCL 6 181 LL 21 4CO
Escarol 53 LCL 1 0 0 1 0 WLTL 6
Lttuce 24' 5 G 0 LCI, 15 C 4 55
0 c 20 5 0 LCL 12 LCL 1 .40
Peas-English 55 5 13 0 1. 21 i L 2 7C
Field 45 16 53 LCL LCL -102 0 5 220
P:ppers 352 23 116 LC L 7 296 LCL 61 33-
Potatoes. Irish 150 36 115 LCL 1 92 1 30 423
Squash 180 24 95 LCL 1 113. I.CL 20 438
Tomatoes 1421. 292 740 3 19 .577 2 92 3143
Vegetables, Eun,Doz. 553 19 15 LCL ICL 24 0 4 113
Other Veget.bles 128 21 42 LCL LCL 41 1 9 212
Total V getables 5374- 865 2479 13 55 2267 6 411 11472
Avocados 98 1 15 0 LCL 20 0 5 140
Limes 8 IML 2 6 0 1 1 13
Strberries 12 5 24 2 0 9 2 9 0 165
Watermelons 156 25 119 130 8 72 1 7 558
Miscl. Fruit 15 LCL L_____IL 0 11 0 LCL 29
Total Non-Cit.Fruits 438 27 165 152 8 113 1 15 903
Grand Total 5812 892 26.-5 14 63 2380 7 4-2.9 12375


Note: See page 20 for the State Marketing Bureau truck figures which amount to 12,455 rail carloads through
June 50, based on conversions used before the var regulations increased rail loadings. These two sets of
figures are not far enough apart to make a gr'at d3al of differ-nce.





Pag "70
VOLUt AU.Pjr A- VALUQ,.jL'Vic.p. J.GjlDLBPt.21j.RF:Ps
i, or S'-l:.ctrd Years)
__-J.1. '.. _.-. 1.22. .
2orci -.-E.T __ iEt.Urft' LztiTnsu.r. n W sLn. iM.: rrrth.'rt.x.nt-inFJ' rrLYrP. Y2
Corn Iu. : 8,0 ,000: 9,7,000:) Bul. : .8,C.,000:." 7,110,000
Cotton al 20,000 1,72,000 2,000 02,000
Tobacco : : L C 10 l,/JbOO0:0 lo: 1 2 0 coo
Tobco Lbs.: L,2 000: 2,0'..1,000:Lbs.: ,330,000: 1,551,000
Peanutr.(Fice:ed &- Threshed) Lbs.:L0,000,O00: 2,520,000:Lbs. :20 .,o00: 1 ,000
Sweet Potatoes BSu. 2,300,000: ,7.'i,'000:Bu. : 1, ,000: 2 1. ;.,000
Cow i'M-as :Bu. : In'luded in Other Fieid Cropr
Oats :2u. : 255,000: 20,00'0: Ui. : 10,000: 137,000-"
Velvet B3'-trus :Tons: includ.-d in Other .'id Cr
Hay :Tone: .05,000: 1 ,:60,&00:ons: 1,000: l,2. 4.000
Sug-ar .-ne Syrup :C',1s: 3,675,0'0: 5,5'74,000:'1 :.. 2,520,000: 1,0,7,n,)O
Suga r-l,.v :Tor.s: \o ho.ecrd :Tons 1i3 L cor-d
Blaci St.rap ?Iolnese-s :Galc: ;o Record :,11ls: No record
Poi e.L _,__:____J- .._.-__...l.:'.i : :._ -b.LJ,,5"b.: _) .T00f0
Tot'.1 T-crio c t. : : 7 ',2,90 ,'00: : ':17 ',000
Oth.r "i,'ld C.p.:-o - :------ : c: : 2.0 00 :Ie.0s . : 1 '-.1 i0Q 000
________ ... O .- 0 :__ 1 d
Corn :Bu. : 7,200,0)' :- 7 ,Pa',000:du. : 8,262,000:. 7,6.. ,00.
Cotton : ].:: 21,' 00: 2 5 ',CO' r>ole: .-',,O0. 4,561,000
TobP tccc :Lbs.: .,,.01,' 00: r 19 6 "','.00:Lb:.: r, '':,0U '0: 1 ,'; ,00C'
Pean t i ...d Thr -h.-d) :Lis.: 2., .' : 1 74,C' Lb :25,:.',.'00: 1,47,'0 :
Swoet Po'-:t-c .:.: Lu. : 1 ,7-. .. 2,60)'.0,70: f u. : "., 6,000
Cow ,.-... : Bu. : 1:.' 7' ,.0O'.',:f.. : o,% :" 129,. ,0
V;-.lv.'-t '..-ns :Ton:: 5-, i: 3r ,, : Tons: -),uJ'O 7 ,0.'
Hay :Ton:: 0, ". 1,119, 1 'i,': on: sl, :'" 1, Jol,0O
Sugr, r Crne Syrup G:0 1:: 1, -: 1,55- ,.0; :' *.ls: 1,i6., :': 1,732,3.-"
Sugar-l:.w :Tons: I'o c:rd :Tons : .o -.:r-ord, V ry Light
Black Str.Ap ol1isce2s :" -.- : '. r ccrd :0.1:: IC 16 ; cord, v -.rj Light
_ __' .r.__ _0 :Lb1.0. I ., 5.. . .._ __. J. 7_.Q
Total. incompl.,tc : -2 ..1 '.t; : -I t2,c ,0
Other Fijld Crops :Mice ._ "c .. 1ir:. *' C".000
______.1 '28___ ___-
Commodity :Un it:'rd.'rhitio'': 'tr ur-i : nni :' Prohluct i,:} rrp '-lue


Corn
Cotton
Tobacco
Peanuts(Picked & Threshed)
Sweet Potatoes
Cowv Peas
Oats
Volvot Beans
Hay
Sugar Ca,ne Syrup
Sugar-R.aw
Black Strap Molasses
Pecans ....
Total Incomolete
OQther Fiold C s,
r. f% Trl.mnif^ i i + 17


Ccrn
Cotton
Tobacco
Peanuts(Picked & Thr
Swent Potatoes
CCv, Przs
Ots
Velvut Berans
Hay
Suf'..r Cane Syrup
Sngar'-Raw.v
Black Strap .',Lolassos

Total incomplete
Other Field Cuons


r; shod)


:Bu. : 7,7`3,q'-- .-'
:B.le: 22,000
:Lbs.: 8,635, 30
:Lbs.:20,175,000
3:u. : 1,700,000
:Bu. : 48,00'
:Bu. : 1 .).
Tons: 68,000
:Tons: -, 00,
:Gals: 1,65,000
STons: 1,000
:G.ls: 135 ,000'
:Lbs.: 2.,00.020


.ULni t Pro
:Bu. : 6,
Bale:
:Lbs.: ,
:Lbs. :24,
:Bu. : 1,
:Bu. :
:Bu. :
:Tons:
Tons:
:Gals: 1,
:Tons:
:Gals: 3,
.Lbs._ :

:Mi sc:


I.- 7,147, -'':Bu. r i, ,- '.':" 1 ,o
: 1,901,O :Bole: 56,000",: 2,720,900
: 2,539,000:Lhs. : 0,74 ,003: 2,672,000
: 1,52,000:Lbs. :2,520,00: ~02,000
: 2,46.5,0)0:Bu. : ,60,00: 1,646,000
: 162,00:Bu. : 86,.22: 255,000
: 92,000: Bu. : 112,003: 7,000
: 877,000: Tons: 4q,0: 572,000
: 1,O,002: Tons: 8, : 850,000
: 1,22,000:Gals: 1,533,-00: 994,000
No Record :Tons: 27, '00: No Record
: No Reccrd :Gals: 2,202,000: No Record

:$19,670,000: : ::'16,l 8,.'y'"
.1 OO .000 ,ine : 2 .
9 67 C" __ : 1135
Fr'm. V'- _ue, : ni t_,'oflicty o .it u lai -_
:$ 2,921,00:.Bu. : 7,496,0"0') 5,322,000
5)56, ..:Bn.le: 1, )O0 1, 76, 000
: 8 OOO:Lbs.: 8,68, 02: 2, 98,000
: 1,361,0 ':Lbs. :358J,00' 1,,000
: 1,232,000:Bu. : 1,10,00: 1, 000
99,000:Bu. : 88,0,0: 15 000
S 28,,0..:Bu. : 112,390: 7 ,0.0
255,300: Tons: 70,000: 70,000
6 ,000: Tons: 52,000: 582,000
34, 20: Gals: 2,660,0 3: 98 4,00
: *1,25 ,0.00: Tons: 42,300:**1,47",000
2 ,,900o:G-ls: 3,292,000: 359,040
0.0LbK.: 1I: .9000:S 1.5,000


:A 9,9lC,900:
:* 1. 0.C.OO:Misc:


* Estimated by Marketing Bureau


:T s : 2 % ,)


_ __






P-cQ 71
VOLU..:E A'.D VALUE OF FLOIIDA '3S:!7.PL FArd., CROFS (Cont'd)
kFor Slectod Your3)
j _iJ rd rt .).f P* rn I_ ___Q ,Ir 4..
C.g ioAn t _J-_'L. d.2 .e ti't-O : n.;r. V:.! u,_ :. tl''t :Prr, ld.t n n. r '*. rjLo.f!L L'Lu
Corn ":u. : 5,,L2,003:." 071,000:bs. : 3,'0.2,000:; ,636,000
Cr-otto: :.;alo: 'd, C000 1, 2',00:O l 1,000: 1,0 3,000
Tobacco :Lbs. :19,6 ,000: ,52 000:Lbs. :16,28,000: ,552,000.
raeanut3(Pickod & Threshod) :Lb. :56,250 ,00: ,6.,000:Lb.. :75, 0,000: 2,0 5,000
Sw-:t p.t9tos 'i. : 1,00000: 1,274,000:iu. : 8O,000: 7 ,000
Cow. P3eas :Bu. : 6'00: 138,000:Bu. : 55,000: 92,000
Ots :u. : Oi0t : 9,000:Bu. : 15,0O0: 102,000
Vol:.t Boin3 :Tons: 65,000: 71,000:To:,s: 59,U: 6c9,000
H. : Tc-ns: 60,0CO: 64,000:Tons: 81,000: 77,000
Sug->r C no SyrTU :G.'13: 2,090,000: 0 00:Gtils: 1,120,000: 60,000
S:-:Tons: 92,0-'0: **3,60,000:Tons: 97,000: **,268,000
:-'lck Sr,.. '.. a.i :Galz: 5,r" 7,0a0: ** 657,s0:Gals: 5,170,000: **1,125,000
S-___.r.. ______________Lhs 1 7710: 17..'000 :bs nLt z r L,.
Toi..1. In om.pl.oto :; ?21,ol9,1'b. u: : :Y, ,r1,. 1 Q00t ,


Corn
Cotton
Lfob .cco
Pe;-:ni 3(F-ck:d ", T'hr
Svwe .'t Pot.: tc,,s
Cow P*.s
Vo l -b c' .c.ans
Su :ar' C'.'nc S.,rup
Sugor C.'r:o
ulacl: Str. .pi :-i. :soz


cshod)


: Lrit -Froduction: Fi. rr. :'*,lo :I:n it: Prol, o : "1r01 i LL ." k..-
3u. : 6,0hO ,0000: 5,60'9,)00 :Bu. : 7,,;i,C'0,: 7,.'0O ,000
:3lo 17,651 e 0l0: 1,,61,000: Balo : p(,09,00 : 1,04,000
:Lb.:,. 11,7!, 'JO: 4, 02,000 Lbs. 14,778,000: 6,:03,000
bs. :61 J7u 0,.0: 2,'l6,OCO:Lbs. :69,60U,000: ,55 ,000
"'. 1,.2L, ...0: 1,559,000:Bu. : 1,100,000: 1,65 ,000
B',. ,: ', )..: 12,000: 3u. : ,000: 12,00
u. : 16'.- .: 107,OU0:Bu. : 16o,u 0: 141,000
Tons: 6', .0: 845,000:Tons: 55,UOJ: 7 4 2,000
Tons: u; ,'.:.G: 815,OL,: Tons: "., .'j: 992,0:o
G:'I1 ; 1,.6'.'.,u 0: 80,000.G ls.l 1, 6,,, -..*: l,l 4,-J->
'o:r..;: 9 9 ,', :0 : ,,081,00 0 :Tons 6: ,','L : 3,072,0ju
-1al.: 5,15)',.:..C: 928,000: Ga I 1s; : 4-
T I'. A7:'r ,l TT : A. ,,, : 7c52(. u


r"... r. or ," h . ,,-- --W -
Total Ien-c:;,rl,.:-t : : 2: 22,2 4,J;. : : :. 2S,29-.,
Oth.ir Piold Croos :.;isc: : *.7)000..JOG:Mis: : ,50.)..

Conrodity :Unit :Prcduction: Fo.rm Vnluo :Unit Production: Farm Vo.luo
Corn :Bu. : 8,151,000:: 12,553,0J00:Bu. :,260,-.o:
Cotton :Bc.lo0:1,91,u'G .- 1,o78, .u:Balo lb,J.0O,Co:
Tobacco :Lbs.: 14,910, 9,2,5 ,- L. .1. 17,95-,
P -anuts(Picked 'c Throshod) :Lbs. :73,24,.: 5,267,'.u:Lb.. :76,85,1-'CO:
Swoot Pott-oos :Bu. : 1,6:8,'JO: 7,57',:Xo:Bu. : 1-,292,0>.:
Cow Poas :Bu. : 6, '*0: l:,,010:Bu. : 77,0 ..-0:
Oc.ts :u. -.u : 170 00J: B.u. 30,000'
Volvwt Bcans :Ton: 62,J 0 1,2.. C:Tons: -:
He.y :Tons: 73, Ju : 1, 175,0.t: Tono: 78,'-..C
Sugar Cano Syrup :G..ls: 2,:GaO,s.::: 2,0C,. :Gals -:
Sugar Cano :Tons: 663-,0C: ,l49, :Tons: -:
-lack Strap Iolassos :Gals: 5,2, 009 : s: -:
P.o-cns :,Lbs. 952u,000 1 0, .i 1.68_ L_ ---
Total Incomplota :" : u,245, 0: :
Otrher Fiold .Crobs :irisc: *4: C4.., 0,:ic:______
Subjoct to revisions.
* Estimated by ,arkotint Burcau.
* Estimato from unofficial sources
I.iost of the abovo inform-iation from thec U.S. Agricultural Statistician in
Orlando, Flcrida.


.,,.. ,,,,.4,.,






Pago 72


1921
.1922
L925

1925
1920

1928
1929
1930
1931
1932
1933
1934
1935
1936
1937
1935
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944


Jan.
74.3
48.0
49.6
4O? ..4.
56.8
57.2
47. C
48.0
42.2
47.1
52.0
26.5
23.5
28.?

33.5
29.6
32.5
30.8
31.4
35.3
40.0
47.6
49.5 *


Fcb.
48.6
40.7
30.0
44. "
45.3
42.1
55.9
32.4
34.5
35.4
22.0
16.5
17.0
25.G
31.8
51.2
27.5
26 .6
24.3
26.8
25.4
31.5
58.7


}.M r.
36.0
26.5
30.0

30.2
31.5
26.0
30.0
55.1

25..0
18.0
15.5
19.2
23.0
23.5
25.1
22.2
21.6
20.7
24.1
50. 5.
33.0


Apr.
1.35



55.5
34.1
29.2
29.7
29.2
27.0
22.0
15.5
15.5
19.8
24.9

25.5
22.3
21.9
20. 0
25.2
31.4


50.5

29.0

30.5
32.5.
27.9
28.2
30.2
27.0
20.0
14.7
17.3
20.1

24.1
204,
24.2
25.0
22.6
21.2
28.4
51.4


34.7
21. 0

58.6
36.1
29.7
35.4
3355.7
27.0
21.0
18.53
16.3
23.5
26.3
25.7
25.8
25.7
25.0
25.5
51.2
54.7


33.4* 43.0* 43.6* 46.9* 51.0* 54.8* 58.0* 57.0- 53.6-:-47.6


59.7* 57.1* 37.0* 38.,*- 41.4* 45.2* 50.5*


1921 39.1 39.7 46.9
1922 29.0 29.5 38.4
1925 29.5 51.0 36.5
1924 32.7 36.6 57.
1925 41.4 44.0 45.6
1426 43.5 46.0 49.7
1927 42.0 45.0 45.0
1928 37.0 56.2 38.9
1929 33.0 36.2 39.1
1930 353.1 32,9 33.6
1951 30.0 31.0 37.0
1932 24.4 23.2 27.1
1933 14.6 20.4 22.2
1934 17.6 20.2 23.9
1935 21.5 24.5 26.1
1930 25.5 25.6 27.0
1337 22.3 24.0 24.1
198 25 .8 24.6 27.2
1939 23.4 21.6 21.9
]940 22.0 21.8 22.8
1941 21.8 22.4 23.8
1942 24.1 23.7 24.2
1943 31,8 31.8 31,8
1944 30.6* 30,6* 30.6*
Ceiling prices in ef


FRYE-RS Havy Breed

49.5 46.5 35.0 31.2 30.5 54.0 55.5 29.1 29.0 37.2
40.0 40.0 35.5 .5 5 29.0 35.0 29.0 29.0 29.0 32.6
37.0 39.8 30.7 30.0 -.50.0 35.0 32.4 51.0 31.0 33.1
42.0 42.5 57.4 32.7 350.7 34.0 33.0 31.5 34.5 35.4
45.9 45.7 59.4 36.0 35.0 38.0 30.0 57.0 58.6 40.5
50.0 48.3 38.3 37.8 55.5 335.035.0 55.3 37.1 41.1
46.5 45.0 56.1 31.3 30.0 30.0 51.1 33.1 35.8 57.4
39.0 79.0 ,38.1 54.5 31.2 35.0 55.5 30.5 35.7 36.3
42.0 37.7 37.3 51.0 51.1 -55.0 54.2 35.1 53.8 3C.1
30.7 32.7 32.3 24.5 27.4 29.0 29.0 29.0 20.0 ;..O
40.0 37.0 ?5.0 2 9.0 27.0 27.5 20.0 24.5 ,4.5 30.6
26.8 23.9 23.5 16.0 17.3 18.0 18.7 17.3 14.0 21.0
24.3 22.1 18.0 15.4 16.1 17.u 17.0 15.7 16.1 18.2
25.2 24.9 22-.5 20.1 1S.7 19.7 20.0 20.5 20.5 21.2
25.9 22.8 23.1 21.2 20.3 21.0 22.4 23.2 24.5 23.0
27.2 25.7 25.5 23.1 22.6 22.3 21.2 2C.5 2u.;) 23.7
27.0 24.1 25.3 25.5 24.5 25.0 27.1 20.7 217.7 25.4
27.8 24.0 21.80 20.5 21.6 22. 22.9 25.0 23.6 23.8
24.0 22.0 21.8 22.5 21.9 21.0 22.J 22.3 22.1 22.53
22.0 24.5 23.2 21.4 20.5 21.5 21.9 2(,. 21.5 22.0
24.5 23.0 22.8 22.8 22.2 22.6 23.0 23.9 24.0 23.1
25.0 2G.8 27.5 27.4 27.5 29.0 50.5 .0.5 71.4 27.4
-5:.,9* 30,6* 50.6* 30.6* 50.6* 30.6* 30.6- 30. G 30.6* 51.0*


51. 0,

,fect.


32.6* 31.8* 31.1* 30.6*


.IACKSC(O'J LLE JC3B:,i G .?i-liET
SALES TO r:ETAIL: ~_R EC 'JVALEr]? SALES
', !T:SLY SiFLS *A,\\V .5ES
- EGGS F ri d',. 'i- ",hiL, ,, r-ade A ..' oz. p'-r Do:zn


42.7
77.5
59.5

44.4

3355.9
56.5
59.5
50.6
25.0
21.0
22.9
20.0
51.5
51.0
50.1
51.5
29.1
28.8
56.8
59.5


4 '. 3
37. -
,12. ;

48.4
44.4
41.4
41.7
43.2
34.9
23 .5
"5.0
25.5
51.0
55.6
54.0
73.0
32.8
29. C
31.7
39.2
45.0


LL'. -ct.

52." 5.0 ."
52 .1 2.0

55.2 64.0
51.8 62.2
49.0 52.1.
48.3 54.8
45:.2 54.1
5-..2 5.4
32.0 37.5
28.2 31.5
31.4 33.0
56.8 -5 .0
59.0 39.5
37.5 58.4
37.2 58.1
36.3 36.5
28.3 52.4
54.5 56.4
41.4 42.0


:0o.






C1.0
55.0
55.0

43.9.
138.0
55.0




32.6
52.0
40.0
57.0
41.9
39.6

35.9
36.5
44.5


4,.1 48.0* 4.-".0 4L.0- 5 .


Doc.

E .--
53.0

47.0
4<., .94

4 0.
57.1

,.5*
4.'0
4('. 2
55.0
35.2
34.
40.0
40.6
45.4
33.0
40.1
50.9
5,.2
42.2


Yearly
Avi.
43.1
40. G
12.9
3,! .4
,!F. 9

,10.0
40.4
.1.5

27.9
23.5

29.3
5'.C
32.3
531.2
30.7
27.4
29.2
*'A I
'-3-..f




Paoe 73


JACK?3SOVILLE .TOBIT.G ; ARET (Contd.)
SALES TO RETAI7,R '`R SE'JTV.'AL::T SALES
!,0M,1ULY SUIPLE A-VR~AGS.
l!i!IS l v-avy Drer.d


?ar. Apr.


19.21
122

12-i
1i25

192.
1927.

l:'29
1932


19533
1953
1935
1936
1937
1938
19403
1941
1942

1944


33.C
26.-.
2-.1
27.3
51..
5 .7


24.C
29. '
25.0
20.5
13.2
14.5
17.5
20.0
10.7
20.1
21.4
16.2
17.6
23.9
29.5
27.1 *


52.0

26.0



3.0



20.0

13.5
15.5
17.0
19.9
19.3
19.0
20.7
15.7
13.1
22.6
29.5


27.1* 27.1- 27.5*


May June 1Jul


51.7
26.7
26.0
26.4
29.7
32.5
29.8
25.0
28.0
28.5
22.0
18.7
13..0
16.C
18.5
19.5
18.6
19.9
20.4
17.5
19.0
239.3
29..3


29.5
25.5
25 .C
26.0
28.0
31.13
29.1
25.0
28.0.
27.5
24.0
*19.0
14.7
15.5
-13.0
20.5
18.5
-19.7
21.1
17.5
19.9
25.6
29.4 *


25.i
24. C
20.9
24. U
25.9
30.3
23.7
21.9
2C.0
22.5
21.0
14.5
15.0
15.7
1P. 2
20.9
1&.
19'.4
17. C
15.5
20.7
21.0
27.1-.


26.9
25.41
23.0
27.0
28.0
31.9
29.3
24.5
27.4
26.6
25.0
17.5
14.1
18.3
18.0
20.8
19.0
19.0
19.3
17.1
19.5
23.2
27.1*
29.2 *


Yearly
Au. SEpt. Oct. Nov. Dec. Avg.


26.3
24.0
2 :. 0
25.1
20.6
350.0
24.7
23.0
29.5
24.5
22.0
16.1
15.1
16.0
18.7
20.5
1E. 7

19.5
10.5


20.0
21.5
27.1-*


26.2
24.0 .
21.1
23.6
29.7
25.6
21.1
23.0
22.6
20.0
14.5
14.6
14.1
10.4
20.7
16.0
12.7
18.2
1C.1
20.5
21.8
27.1*
27.1*


31.
2C.u
2 .0
30.0
31.0
01 .0
26.0
27.2
29.5
22. G
25. "
10. 7
16.7
17.2
21.0
19.6
18.7
2.0. Z
16.9

21.5
20.5


20.3
2C. .O
24.5
26.6
28.1
5J.2
25.0
25.5
29.5
23.0
22.5
17.0
15.4
17.'*
21.7
19.6
20.-2
21.*0
17.0
17.0
25.0
26.5


20.0
2C. '
24.7
27. 0
20..3
31.1
25. 0
24.5
23. 1.
25.0
22.(C
14.4
14.0
17.5
20.6
1l.7
* 20.7
21.2
15..
17.2
23.1
27.'.3


2 1.8
25.6
24.2
27.1
2?.7
3J.7
20.3
24.5
2S.5
25.3
22.0
16.9.
14.3
16 .I
1G.1

19.0
20.

19. C
18.7
16.9
23.4
23.9


30.3
27.5
24.7-
29.4

31.0
26.0
23.9
31.2
25.0
21.5
15.5
15.8
16.6
19.5
20.2
-17.5
26.2
16.9
16.5
21.1
24.9
27.1*


Ceiling prices in effect.
CEILINGS PEV:.ILII`G SEPTE:..BER 18. 1l.


Coilings
Per. Dozen ct Ijirht *
Extra Largo 57.8/" 26 oz.u .
Largo 'L. 24 oz.'
No1iu d 21 oz.'
Small 78. 18 oz.-
Grado AA., U.S. Certified coiling-2/ higher than Grado A.
Add 2/ for all zrados and sizos in cartons.
Producers and wnolcsalors sollina direct'to the tonsuraor
times tho coiling or 17% above coiling.
'Sales to Retailors
Grfado A Quality:
O.P.A. Coilings Livo Drossod
Broilers, uo to 4 lbs. 30.6/' 8.1/
Fryors, up 0o 4 lbs. 50.6 38.1
coasters, 4 lbs up 30.6 38.1
Hens, all weights27.1 52.1
Stags, all-weights 23.1 29.6 .
Roosters, all weights 2. 1 29.6
Capons, 6 ibs. up 3h.1 41.1
Young turkeys, all weights 38.6 4 L5.l1


Young turkeys, under, 13 lbs.
Young turkeys, 13-16- ibs.
Young turkeys, 16- lbs. up
Geese, all weights
Ducks, all weights


23.1
26.5


32.1
29.8


Cu.-ront rarkot--
'Salus to- RbtaiLlrs"


46


may l.'r.lly charge 1.17



Dravnm
46.6
48.6
.42.1
36.1
56.1
49.1

4 -
51.6
45.6
41.3


F. W. Risher, Poultry and Egg Specialist
Florida State Marketing Bureau


27.1* 27.1* 27.1* 27.8*


28.4* 27.6*


Yea r Ja.n. Feb.


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Pago 74 ,'-,SO' I :,LE LIVESTOC.E :APJ:ET
(Substr ntially; SouIthc'st,;rn Price-)
C o0 ,fS A I, v F. E__ LFJ ___sJi-_ 5LL _
L1S0 .L.A.L. -V FJZ. S s_-
Corn re, o c. !, 1 dium L7i Goad o 2
100 lbs, __ 10 1 Ih, _cl._ ...L00 J. .
7-1 :. 00-6.00:h..00-5.50:7.00-8.25:r5.0-7.00:7.00-8.r;0:6.:,0-7.00:, .'- :.50
9-5 :.75-.50:3.25-3. 755.0o-6.0:.i0-5.00:5.00-6..o:hL.00-5.00.oo:,.2c-. .?S-8.50
75 00 1931 101 00
-,),4 ,2.5..-.
:3.50- .25:2.50-3.-o:5.50-6.0 :4.75-55.50: :5.5o-.7_. 5,:A.o .,:.5.D
:2.50- .25:2.00o-2., :.00-5. :3.00- .OO: O- .75:. : r.2 : .5.n U .75
1932 L 2 1 5 9 0 -50:0
:2.50-.oo00:1.75-2.50: o.50-.75:3.00-.00.. 50-.25:.0 5. :.20
' :-6 2.25-2.75: 1.25-2.o00:3.?5-4.25:3.00-3.50:;J.00-5.2": 3. .'50-. 5.75 :3.50
3-7 :2.00-2.50:1.50-2.00:3.25- .75:3.00-3.25:3.50-.25r 5.00-' .5 0:" -) :-- 0
:9-5 2.00-2.-275:1. 00-2 .25-.75:2..50-3.25".75--.2-: 0-5.7 L. 0-5.75
4-.:2.25-2.75:1.50-2.25:4.oo-..75: 5.oo-h.oo:0.oo-0;. :o^.5o-6. :.75-o .:.-5.75
9- :2.00-2.50:1.0o-2.00:3.50-!k.25:2.50-3.75: 4.00o- 3: .. 7--.00:5 .-5. : -5.90
1 r?5 .- .-7,1
5-5 :3.50-1-.00:1.75-3;25:5. 0-6.50: .75-5.25P6.2c-J.2' j:o-6.'57.o '.. -.- .0,
:3.25-4.50:2.00- .50:5.25-6.25: .50- F :6.00-'.'. 50: 7. 75-.': 7." -7 :.C-6."75
9-6 :2.75-4 .25:2.00-2.75:5.50-6. : .50-5.50:5.B--6. "15: .''- -.. ":"- --.2 -.." .'-7 .2'
12-6:3.25-4 56:2.50-3.25:5.oo-5.75:p.oo-5.25 5.75-6.7:4.75-C0.0:7.75-8.00:7.26-7.50
5-0 :4.00-5.00:3.25-4.00: 5.75-6.50:4. 50-5.75: 6.0o-7.00: 5.00o-6.00:7.50-7 .75:7.0o-.25
6-5.:4.25-5.0o: .5-.25.25-.000:4.5o0-5.25:6.25-70oo:5.75-6.50:*.Oo-8..0o:.5o-,.0
9-4 : .7- -450:. 0-7.75:5.0o-6.00oo:.25-.o :5.50-.oo:4.5 -5.50:9.00-9.50: .5C-2].0
12-:3.50-4.00:2.75- '50:5.00-6.00:4.25-5.25:5.25-6.00:4.50-5.25:6.60-6.90:8.1oC-.LO
3-12:4.00-4.50:3.25-4,00:5.25-5.75:4.00-5.25:6.00-7 .25s .00-6. 0oo :. o0-8 .7.60-7.90
6-4 :4.50-5.00:3.50-4.25:5.75-6.50:4.75-5.50:7.oo00-.oo:5.50-6. 5:9.50-10 :9.oo-9.50
9-7 :00oo- 25: 3.00o-.oo:5.50-6.00:4.50-5.25:6.00-7.25:5.00-6.25: .75-9.00:8.25-8.50
12-7:/.00-4.50:3.00-4.00: 5.00-5.50:4.00-5.25:6.00-7.00:5.00-6.00:6.25-6.65:6.00-6.40
:-4 :4.25-5.o00:3.25-.25:5.25-6.50:4.50-. 50:6.25-7.o00:5.50-6.50: 6.75-7 .75-..25-7.25
6-7 :.50-5.25:3.50-4.25:5.50-7.O0: .50-5.50: 6.50-7.50:5.50-6.50:7.70 :7.20
9-65 :h.o0-5.oo: .-.O0:05.00-6.00:4.50-5.25:6.5-.00:5.50-6. 50:.00oo :6.50
12-3:.:00-.50:3.oo00-.00:5.50-6.75 4.50-5.50:6.50-7.50:5.50-6.50:6.00' :5.50
":5 :..75-5.50: .75-4.75:6.50-7.50:5.00-6.50: .:7o-8.oo0:6.00-7.00oo6.85 6. 30
0-3 : 5.oo-5.75:4.00-.00: 6.o00-7.50:5 .00-6.00:6.50-0.00:5.50-6.50:6.00 :5.50
9-2 :$.50-5.25:4.00-4o.75:5.75-7.25: .75-.,75:6.50-7.50:5.50-6.50:5.90 :5.40
12-2:4.50-5.25:3.75-.50:6.00oo-7.25: 5.00-.oo:7 .o-7.75:o.00-7.00:4.90 : .65
I-60:4.75-5.50:4.0o-4.75:6,00-7.25:5.00-6.00:7.0o-6.oo:6.00-7,00: .50 .25
2-3 : 5.30-5.75i4.00-5.00t6.25-7.25 5.oo-6.25:7.25-6.25: 6.00-7. 0O: .25 :5.o
3-2 :5.00-5.75:4.00-5.00:6.25-7.25:5.25-6.25:7.00-3,00:6.00-7.00i 5.00 :4.75
4-6 :9.00-5.75'4.00-5.00:6.00-7.25 g.oo-6.:';..2,'5-8.25:6.50-7.50:4.75 :,.50
5-4 :5.25-5.75,4.25-5.25:6.50-7.50: .25-6.50:7.25-8.50:6.75-7.50:5.70 :5.50
6-1 :4.75-5.25:3.75- .756.50-7. 50:5.50-6.50:7.00-0.25:6.oo-7.00:5.25 :5.00
7-6 :4.50-5.oo:3.75-.50:6.o00-7.oo:5.00-6.00:6.75-8.0o:5.75-6.75:6.o0 5.75
8-3 :4.50-5.25:3.75- .50:6.oo-7.oo:5.oo-6.00:7.o0-8.oo:. 0-7.oo:6.0o :700
9-7 :4.25-5.00oo:.75-4.5o:6.o-7.oo:5.oo-6.0o: 6.75-7.75 5.50-6.75:6.75 :5-
10-5: 25-5.00: 7.7?-.25: .75-6.75:.75-5.75:6.50-7.75:5.50-6.50:6.15 :5.90
11-2: ;.25-5.0oo:.75-!4.25: .0o-7.25:5.oo-6.25:6.75-8.oo: 5.50-6.75:5.50 :5.25
12-7:4.25-5.00:4.oo-0.50:6.0o-7.oo:5. o-6.oo:7.00-8.25:6.00-7.00:5.65 :5.0
-T :4.75-5.50:4.00-4.75:6.0o-7.25:5.00-6.oo:7.oo-6.25:6.00-7.25:5.75:= .50
2-1 : .o0-5.75:4.25-5.oo0:6. 50-7.50:5.50-6.50:7.25-.50:6.00-7.25:6.75 :.25
3-1 : .25-O.0O:4.50o-5.25:o.5-7.50:5.05-6.50:7.50-8.75:6.50-7.50:6.50 6.00.
1-5 :5.75-6. 75:.75-5.7: 6.75-8.25:5.75-6.75:8.00-9.00:7.00-8.0 :7.:5 :7.00
5-5 :5.75-6.75:4.25-5.7: 7.00-.25:5.70-7.o0:8.o-9.00:7 .o0-8.00:7.75 :7.50
6-7 :5.25-6.25:0.25-5.25:6.75-7.75:5.53-6.50:7.75- .50:6.75-7.75:8.90 :6.0
7-5 :5.50-6.75:4. 50-5.25 :7.00-8.25:6.00-7.0:8.oQ-9.00:7.00-8.00:10.25 :9.75
8-2 :5.50-6.75:4.0-5.50 :7.75-9.00:6.00-7.75:8.25-9.25:7.25-8.25:10.50 :10.o0
9-6, :5. -6.75:4.5o0-. 0 :7.50- .75:6.50-7.5O:8.oo-9.00:7.00-8.o00:10.25 :9.75
i0-4 :5.5-6.75: .50-5.50 :7.25-8.25:6.25-7.25:98.0-8.75:7.00-8.00:9.50 :9.00
11-7:5.5u-6.75:4.50-5.50.:7.00-8.00:6..)-7.0c:7.75-8.75:6.50-7.75:8. :8.o
12-5:5.50-6.50:4.25-5.50:7.0.j-8.00:6.00-7.00:7.50-8. 50:6.50-7.50:8.25 :7.75





Pnu 75


JACKSQOI .IL.~.LIT.ESTOC._ .'. ( C ontd)
(Substantiqlly Southerstern Prices)


C___ A L V E S C, TOE E P, S ___S 0 rO C'
_____^'- ILL,.___ _-s. __ ,) i l- 2 -2 ]

1- :6.25-7 .0-6.2 :7.-8.:6.0-7. 0: -9. :7.50-8.259. :.5
L.-; :6.5-2-7 r -..O0-6. 5 : .0-8.75 :6.25-7. Q8. -9. :7. .5 :9. 9.
7- r :7.5-8.25:5.75-7.25:6.25-10 :6.7-7.' 3:9-:fo.., :8.50-9.0o:ll.25 :10.75
-- :.7.5-8. 5:'.75-7.5:9-10.50, :7.03-9.00 9.75-1-1 :8.50-10 :11.75 :1.2
-8 :7.0)-8.5::.50-7.05:9.00-1 8 :7.50-9.0:9Q.5,-11- :8.30-9.75:11.2 :11.7,5
i-6 :7.3-8 .5 :.00-7.00:9,o-11 :7.00-9.,0:i0-11.5 :8.-75-10 :12-13.00 11.5-12.
7-2 :7.1'-8.25:o..50-7.5: 9.75-li :7 3-l- :10-1 :.2 -9.7 2 12.1-15 ll-12.0r_6
-- :9.7'-8.75 :75.25-7.75:13-113.75 :.35- 11 :1-II3. :8.2%-1. :15-15. .1:_12 -l-13
9-c :7.5'-08.: 0.25-7.5 :101-1.0J : 8.0-10 :0.75- 1- :8.o -l) :12-75-1:1l2-1_2.75
i-2.:.5J-8.'3:6.25-7.50:10-11. :8.00-10 :9.70-11- :9.50-lO :13-132.5' 12.:0-1
1-6:7. -8 .5: 6.00-7.25:9.75-11 :8.00-9.75:9.5V-11i :68.0-9.53 12-12.. .-1
12-h:7.1- .53:6.00-7.25:10.r0-1 :8.00-15 9.45-11 :8.oo-9.25:11.50-12 l-ll.5J
'1- :7.5c-8.75:6.25-7.75:10-11.5) :8.co-10 :9.5)-l15 :8,o0-9.50:21-12.7 :11,75-12.
.-5 :9.75-11 :7.50-8.50:11.00-13 :9.00-11 :10.5-15 :G-10.75 :12.7-15 -l1i--2.75
?- :9.-,-11 :7.50-8.75:11. o-13 9.c3-11 :11-15.50 :9.'0,-11 15.75-1i- :1i--15.75
. 9-2 :-1'.75 :7.50-8.75: 11-3-1i 9.50-il.- :11-1.5` :909-11.25 1.50-i' :12-137.5
' 9-7 :9-11.u, :7.o0-8.75:ll11.'-l :9.501-11 :11-1.5. : -11.5 - 153-1 :13-15.
-L :9-l-.5" :7.-0-8.75:11.00-1 :19. 0-11 : 1.-1.50 :0 -13.27 :1 12,7-. -12E-
7-2 :0.75-1. :6.75-8.50:11.00-1 :9.25-11 :1 -13-; = --l.5 12.75-1 ::12--12.7,
:-6 :9.o-1-) :6.50-8.75:11.00-15 :.00-1 :1113.JO :9-1.50 : 13L.- 5 :12.75-15-
.ept:a9.33-1.5: 8.00-9.00 :12-1.C50 12.03-1 1 :13.3 : 2.00-15 1 --1 -:12.75-1 5
Oct :I.6t""9.75 :.00-8.50:12-12.t :). 0-12 :11.5-12.9e 11-12.55 :1 .2-1- :12.5 1-15
ov :8.5 -9. .u: 7.30-8. '00:12.00 11.00 :12-12.50 :10-11.50 :12-1 .53 :11--12.7
Dec :8.5,j-l3 :7.25-8.50:12-12.50 11-11.53 :12-15.3) :9.50-12 :11:-1 2.5J:10.5-11.75
Juyn :9. :-13 :7.50-8.50:12-12.50 11-12.03 :12.50-1c :10-12.t 0 :11-12.1cs :1" -11.
feb :9.1:;-13.5:'7.75-9.50:12-11.o0 :11-12.0 :15-14.50 :10.50-15 11-1..)0 :1J-12.25
;.ch :9.75-11 :-10.00 :12-].00 :11-12.00 :1 .25-15 :11.5-15.5:12-15.25 :ll--12.O
1.pr :9.-1.0 I)- .00-9.50:1-1.o0 :-1 o 1 -15.00 :11.5-1i.5:12.25-15 :11:5-2.-
i, y :9.-J-1 :8.00-9.50:1 -14.5- :11-1. 3 : -15.0o :11.5-13.5:12-15.25 :11.2q-12 5
June:92 a.5:e.oo-9.O:l-l .oo 11h-12.3 :i15.5-15 :;-l1;.50 12-13.00 :11.2l-12-,
,ui-,.:9".2 -1)3.5:7.25-9.25:15-1 .5 :10-12.oo :1, ) .5 : 1 .5:10-1i .0 :12- .5 :i11.5-12.75
Au1g (i:.75-1.' :7.50-6.5)0:12-11.50 :10-12.3 :19-14.5.' : -12,50 :1-1.55 :ll.75-1h
Cowts In the above data, prices of good and medium cows were best fror Fob. 15 thru
July, while prices ware best for common, and canner and cutter cows in March, April
and daay.
Calves: Good and medium calves brought highest prices in April and May, late July,
August, and early Septemibor. The August and Septoember market for high grade calves
was stimulated thru fe-der purchases. Cul and common calves sel. higher during the
months of M:arch 1 thru June 30*
Steers and Heif3rs; Good and m.odium steers and heifers bring best prices from
Feb. 20 thru March, April and I.ay 15th; however common and lower grades sell for best
prices during archc, April and to about 'liay 15th.
Hoers Hogs generally sell for best prices from 1.arch 1 thru Sept. 30th, with highest
prevailing pric's existing from July 15 thru Sept. 3Oth. The-re is gonorally a high
mark-t existing in March and April. The lowest price months are from liov.15 to Fob.l.
Hog Support Prices by WFA.
December 15, 191., Good to Choice Barrows and Gilts, 200-270 lbs.
Docomber. 23, 19L, Good to Choice Barrows and Gilts, 200-500 lbs.
January 27, 19L, Good to Choice Barrows and Gilts, 200-330 lbs.
April 15, 1914, Good to Choice Barrows and Gilts, 200-270 lbs.
'ay 15, 191h4, Good to Choice Barrows and Gilts, 180-270 lbs.
Above hog prices have been adjusted to the old grades, namely.
:.o. 1 or Good to Choice, Barrowvs and Gilts 180-2140 lbs.
.;o. 2 or MLodium to Choice '150-180 lbs.
Thc constant endeavor of producers should beo to produce food *,nd adjust pro-
duction, if possible, to market at times when prices -are best. Good food naturally
must go along with good or quality livestock production, for
NO LIVESTOCK IS nIY BETTER THAI; THE FEED FROM VF'HICH. IT-..IS PRODUCED.
L. H. Lewis, Livestock Specialist,
Florida State Marketing Bureau.
A portion of the' above data was obtained from Federal-State Market Nlews
Service, Thomasville, Georgia. ,





FLORIDA TOBACCO
Flue Cured (Bright- Loaf) Type No. 14


Production


6,800
7,300
6,000
2,000
5,000
4, 700
7000
8000
16, 800
16,300
29,500
12,700
11,300
1 600
17 .000


5,100,000 Ibs.,
3,767,000 .
,,550,000
* 1,200,000
5,700,000
5,08 ,000
5,020,000
7,200,000
-14,112,000
"15,892,000
20,650, 000
11,748,000
* 8,192,000
"11,180,000
11 ,832,000
15.L70.000


2" 9 000
600,000
207,000
1 ,000
134,000
2,000
1,066,000
1, 56,000
2,978,000
3,26,o000
S2, 40,000
2,056 000
1 ,75,000
* 611,000
4,827,000
5,601 687


1929
1930
1951
1932
1933
195L_
19-55
19o
1939

19; 0
1941
19





1929
190c)
19321
19Y. 2
1975

195o
1937
1938
1939


19 j'
NOTE:


2,900
2,100
2,100
1,6J)D"
2,1JO"
2 1100
2,400
2,500
3,2"0'
5,30: '
2,800
2 600
2,400


Production
),627 -,0 Ibs.

1,970,. )
1, 6.)o0 C) o
S99,ooj)

21,890,000
2 .0,000. .
1,890, OO
2 ,712,000
*2,1560,000
3,2dO,J3O
2,968,000
?,912,000
2 6^0,000


EBt, imntE< Fnrm Va.lue
95 J0 r 55 per Ib.

0.17,00 2, l"
0S ,0cO ) 9.9' per lb.
28,000 65, / er lb.

.72,!7320 7 I "
95,l'.00 72. "
7 6,'0'0 7) "
90,io0 7'3 "

'9,00 oo" 1. 04"
) 7,000 '" 41.9
559.000 (10ot Available)


II II
It II
II II
II II
I1 II


Pagu 76


(iTypes I5. and 56)
Estimated *
Ac r eA J paP. .rp.cAu..ai,. h .ii2Ljelia.
r
800 F 920,000 18 ,000
700 F 791,000 15,000
700 F 623,000 9 ,000
200 ? 140,000 4,000
100 F 82,O00 9,000
300 3 60,00 .43,000
700 F .770,000 104,000
300 F 28,0 '8) 3,o00
100 B 1000,30 13,060 193
00 F 46, 6,000 62,000 o
( 300 3 324, 000 o4,000 .19
1400 F 16 000 7C,000
( C00 B 00,000 81,000 193
1,.00 F 408,000 5,000 0 (
( 6o0 13 552,0 O 73,000 .193
1,000 B 1,500, :0 174,000
600 B 4,c00 65,' 00
600 B 50 ,000 110,000
200 13 166 000 37,000
100 B 105 000 (Not pcvailableo)
F: Filler (Typ ,,, 45) discontinued after 1939. B: Binder ('',Ty'
1936 and continued to d.te.
S :.~ne6


19291

19 52
1932
1954.
1935
1957,
1938
19)3
1941
1 Z


Estimated. Fr m.YValu_


- 18,/ per 1..
10. 4 "
6.6 "
,! "
12'/ "
20 U "
17.84 "
22! "
21.1/." "
20.31 "
12.3' "
17. "
21. 2 "
32. d "
'Q. I "
36.214" "



Per Eound :
204
20.1,
14.91
10'.
11/
11.9.
13.5,
13.6
6 (.1 13.45

8 ( j.r: 13.54

9 ( 1.2 13.2Z

17.5-
22'/
25e
56) started in





Pago 77


ABSTRACT OF GENERAL CROP REPORT AS 07 SEPT'SBER 1, 1944


FLOR IDA
Auvust on the whole w:s a favorable month for fn.rning oopr:-tions. The
corn harvest. is wv'll advanced and the diggiinig of early peahuts has begun. Farmers
are planning to incre;jse their oat acronge in order to provide more winter pasture.
rlu cure:d :ob-.cco has been mnrk,:te(! Nna shade gro.-ni is beind processed. Prepara-
tions are z.*1 dvanc-ed for lte f,'ll planting of vg-.t,obles and considerable plant-
ing has alre',dy b'-en done in tha 0c.keccchob-c .rnd-cthor southern cr:-.--. The quality
of the hy crop hMs beon somewhat injured in certain areas by h.:-vy r-in but pastures
re holding up ~ll. The pe,.'r crop hlis been above a :rrg' and prosp-cts for another
large citrus crop this coming fall and winter continue excellentt Siu.rrctne pros-
p.:cts art also f.avorabl.
FIELD CROPS A cotton crop of 14,000 br-l-. is now for-cist for the State.
'.Tile the ?cr.;nge this y-nar w.* mnatrially reduced, t;he yi.:ld pr 'cr..3 is the second
highest. on record, viz. 187 lbs. Prrctica.llv no Sea I;land cotton h,.: been planted
this y:':r, probably not ov:-r 300 acres at the most. The cotton crop is now nearly
one. h'Lf picked. Prospect" ar, excellent for another good p--.,nut crop. Digging has
begun, especially of th-.i Spanish type nuit !n- the production for the year is -no-w
estim,-t--d at 81,920,000 lbs. compared .,ith 75,240,000 lbs. in 1943. Sweet potato
prospe-:ct. are good. Th.-_ acreage thi :ye-r 'a12:3 consido-r:,blv reduced compared with
list y-e.vr. It is no.': estim.Lated that 1,292,000 bw,:hols -.ill be harvested, compared
-.Ith 1,60),000 bushels last year. Harv%-sting cf the tobacco cr..op h-,c been completed
and the flue-cured tobacco has been sold. It is estimated that 15,470,000 lbs. of
flue-cured tobaccc were harvested end 2,640,000 lbs. of shade grown and 105,000 ibs.
of sun cured, or a total of 18,215,000 lbs. compared with a totil of 14,910,000
harvested last- year.
FRUITS AID NUTS Conditions havo been favorable for the citrus crop; the
fruit is sizing well and general prospects are excellent. Condition of all oranges
on September 1 was 76 compared with 72 on September 1 a year ego. The condition of
grapefruit was reported on September 1 as 71 percent of normal, compared *.'ith 59
percent a year ago. It now seems probable that the first shipments of grapefruit
-w-ill be made the latter part of September. The condition cf the tangerine crop, viz.
74 percent, is 25 points above the condition on September 1 last year and a large
crop seems probable. With th3 condition of 71 percent for pecans, an indicated crop
of 5,440,000 lbs. is forecast, compared with 4,524,000 lbs. last year. The pear
crop is large this year, being estimated thr-t 176,000 bushels have been produced,
compared with 99,000 bushels last year.
EGG PRODUCTION in Florida during August is estimated at 14 million eggs
compared :.-ith 15 million eggs produced in August last year. The numbers of laying
hens on hand in August is estimated at 1,452,000 compared with 1,505,000 a year ago.-

UNITED STATES
Unusually abundant r.ins during August over most of the area between the
Great Plains and the Appalachian Mountains added 172 million bushels to the
prospective corn crop, boosted prospects for tobacco and sweet potatoes and helped
cotton, peanuts, soybeans and sorghums. Chiefly as a result of continued dry
weather in the North Atlantic and Pacific Coast States and dnaage elsewhere from
drought in early August, prospects for dried beans declined 10 percent, and
estimates for potatoes, dry pess, apples, sugar beets, rice and buckwheat declined
1 tc 4 percent. Wet weather nt harvest time caused some loss of wheat in the
Dakotas. The net effect of changes during August was to improve national cro
prospects about 2 -percent so that production now seems likely to be above production
in any past year except 1942 and within 2 percent of the all-time record set in -that
outstandingly favorable season. Forecasts based on conditions reported September 1
indicated aggregate crop production about 4 percent above production last year, 9
percent above any year prior to 1942, and 22 percent above the 1925-32 or "pre-
drought" average.
Prospects continued to improve during early September and further improve-
ment is to be expected if frosts hold off till the large acreage of late-planted
crops can mature.




Pace 78
CROP


Corn
Oats for grain
Hay ToM .
Potatoes', whit<
Potatos, -svee
Sugarcane for
and


b
t
sugar
seed


A\ C P.
Harvested
7i1, 000
10,000
143,000
50,600
2:1,000
26,800


Tobacco 16,1400 1
Flue Cured Type 1) 135,00 1V
Sun (Type 56 200
Shade (Type 62) 2,600
Pasture --
Peanuts b/ 114,000 12!
Pears --
Grapes --
Pecans --
Cotton . . .5,QOo 3
L/ Percent condition September 1.


.* (**E L LQL. Er. C..CE
For Harvc;t indicated
726,000 11.0 9.5 t
10,000 15.0 30.0
141,000 .51 .53
32,500 121 106 0
19,oo00 67 68
530,000 25.5 32.0


9,.
7,
2,1
8,0


6,0
1;


'00 909
00oo 870
.00 830
,00 1120,
-- a'82
00 6%.
-- 9
"- a-/
oo1ft


/


934
910
1050
1100


17


ST 0 D C T1i 0
Indicate:!
,1')1,000 6,697,000 Du.
150,000 300,000 'u.
3,o000 75,000 -T-r
,705,000 ,3 5,,000 Bu.
,608,000 1,2 2,000 M6rth
684,000 960,000 Ton


14, 910,000
11,852,000
166,000
2,912,000
75,240,000
99, 000
t,5 0,oo
16i^000


18,215,000 Lb.
15,470,000 Lb.
105,000 Lb.
2,640,000 Lb.
81,920,000 Lb.
176,000 Bu.
600 Ton
5,440,000 Lb.
I 4 o000o Bal


Picked and threshed.


CROP


Corn, all 94,790 97,51 .5 8 5,07 159
Wheat, all 50, 60,88 6. 18.5 8 8
Oats 8 ,9 39,.66 29. 30.0 1,1 5,
Hay, all ta.me 1,016 60,27 1.435 1.39 87,264
Peanuts, 2/ 7 ,60 5,4 610 689 2,19 960
Potatoes, white 5,522 ,01 159.9 125.5 i 66
Potatoes, sweet 89 82 81.7 8.4 72 2
Tobacco, all 1, 1,686 966 102 1,5990,5
Type 11-l 844. 9. 9 33.5 1058 7886
Typo 51-56 32.7 36.2 1572 1i21 51, 9
Type 61-62 9.6 10.4 1044 1020 10,020
Sugarcano for syrup 129. 133 -- --
Sugarcane sugar and 316 304 20.6 20.3 6,510
seed
Cotton 21,942 20,16&, 25 .5 275.4 11,427
Apples, commercial -- l 67 8,050
Pears /7 5 70 ./ 24,586
Grpes d_/ a 2 2,973
Pecans -- -- 4u 5 59 128,9h9
,/ Percent condition Sept. 1. b/ Picked and threshed. ,/ Includes
not harv. d/ Production includes all grapes for fresh fruit, juice,
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Q1C I T RU S F L TIT
Conditien.S~ntenber 1: Cond


Average:


1,047;020 Lb.
r5,062 Lb.
0 ,607 Lb.
6,166 Ton
11,483 Bale
122,653 Bu.
29,225 Bu.
2,758 Ton
12,933 Lb.
some quantities
wine a raisins.

ition. ept r .1
rage: -


Crop and State 31YT-Ii2: lQ'i3 :lQl Cron & State_1 --l3-.2.L I s1J
0RA.NGE E, Percenr t : GRAPE IRUiT Pargent
California, all. 73 80 F : Florida, all 63 5 71
Navels & Misc. a/ 72 864 Seedless 62 71
Valenciac 74 77 88 Other 6 70
Florida, all 72 72 76 Texas, all 50' 75
Early & Midseanon 70 75 76 Arizona, all 7c 85 76
Valenci 68 71 75 alifornia, all 73 80 79
Text.s, all 1/ 66 3 60 : L IOrn
Arizona, all a/ 7 62 8 : California. 7 7
Louisina, l a/ 7 65 8 IMES Florida 69 7p
TANGERINES Florida 46 74 Includei small quantities tangerines

Notwithstanding all the delays in planting last spring, all the local
losses from drought this summer and all the vexatious handicaps and delays from war-
time conditions, n few weeks of favorable weather could give 'the- largest aggregate
volume of crops this country has ever produced. It is evident that, in the main,
farmers and their families have done their part well-and others have helped where
they could.


W. F. CALLAI'ER AND J, C. TOWNSEND,- JR.
Agricultural Statisticians- for Florid:
U.S. Bureau of Agricultural Economics
Orlando, Florida


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