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A C K I 0 W L E D G M E N T


We wish to aclmnowledge the splendid cooperation we received
from both official and private sources during the preparation of this
voluminous statistical report.

The rail freight and express carlot shipment figures were
secured from the Production and Marketing Administation, U.S. Department
of Agriculture in './afhington, D.C.

Exhaustive vegetable acreage, yield, production and value data
and othc'r assistance v:as supplied by .!Mr. J. C. Townsend, Agricultural
Statistician, and Mr. J. B. OwCens, Truck Crop Reporter, U.S. Bureau of
Agricultural Economics, Federal Building, Orlando, Florida.

Mr. E. E. Rpasch, Statistician of the Citrus Inspection Bureau,
Florida Department of Agriculture, Winter Haven, Florida, supplied us with
important inspection record data and oth.r information.

Mr. William B. Conner, of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa,
whol-'-heartcdly complied with our r-2qu-2sts for specified citrus information.

.r. John A. O'Rourke, Secretary-Manager of the Florida Growers
and Shipprs Leagu:, Orlando, Florida, supplil-d important transportation
information.

Mr. H. F. Willson, Federal-State Citrus Market News Service
and Mr. Hugh Flynt, of the Federal-State Inspection Service, also supplied
useful data for use in this report.

Several private agencies and individuals not already mentioned
supplied information directly or indirectly to us, for which we extend
our thanl:s.

The preparation of this report is tedious and requires much
thought and long, hMrd work, and appreciation is extended to our Bureau
staff for their efforts.




Comnents which would lead to the improvement of this Annual
Report w.culd be appreciated.








GEIMERAL TABLE OF CONrTETS


CITRUS I-RUITS ONLY (ORAIGES, GRAFPFRUIT AUD TAJGRTINES)



1944-45 Volume and Value Analysis, Oranges,Grapefruit and Tangerines . . 10-11
12 Year Volume and Value Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . 14-17
Transportation Intcrstate Truck Distribution and uee!kly Shipments .. . .. 28
Interztate Rail Distribution of Citrus .. . . . . . 29
Irjck Passings Road Guard Stations 1944-45 Season . . . 30
Auction Sales and Receipts on 10 'Markets . . . . . . . . . 0O-62
FOB Sales Price of Citrus from 1909 to 1945 .. . . . . . . . 63
Price Anal-.sis Citrus 1929-1945 . . . . . . . . . . . 64-65
C-nners Price Paid for Citrus and Volume Canned . . . . . . 66
Citrus (qnd Lime) Inspection for Shipment by Counties . . . . . .. 67
Costs from Tree to Auction or vice-ver3a for 3 Years . . . . . . 77

VEGETABLES AUD MISCELLAITE'US FRUITS G,.1LY

Volume and Value Analysis 1944-45 Season . . . . . . . . 12
Transportation Truck Shipments by Weeks 1944-45 Season . . . . . 2.6-27
Passings Road Guard Stations 1944-45 Season . . . . 31
createage by Counties and Commodities . . . . . . . . . . 4-51
Acrj.age, -ield and Value 1929-1945 for Principal Truck Crops . . . . 52-56
State Acreage of Vegetables and Miscellaneous Fruits 1925-1945 Seasons . . 58-59
FOB Packed Value 1929-1945 SeasorE for Principal Truck Crops . . . . 57
Estimated Disposition of Vegetables for 1944-45 Season . . . . . . 86

CITRUS. VEGETABLES A!D MISCELLANEOUS FRUITS

General Summary of 1944-45 Season . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Production as affected by Weather Conditions, 1944-45 Season . . . . 4-5
Traffic and Transportation Problems, 1944-45 Season . . . . . .. 6-9
Florida Production and Value for 12 Seasons . . . . . . . 13
Transportation Freight, Express and Truck Shipments, 1944-45 Season. . . 18-21
Freight, Express, Boat & Truck Shipments 10 Seasons . 22-25
,I Packages per car for 4 Seasons. . . . . . . . 32-33
County Rail Shipments Fruits & Vegetables, 1944-45 Season . 34-37
Federal-State Inspections number of cars, packages per car, etc., . . 78
Acreage Fruits and Vegetables 1943-44 and 1944-45 Seasons by Counties. . 33-43

GENERAL AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS

Egg and Poultry Prices in Jacksonville 1921-1945 . . . . .. . 69-69
Livestock Prices in Jacksonville 1930-1945 . . . . . . . . 70-71
General Crops Volume and Value in Florida 1929-1945 . . . . . . 72-73
Tobacco Production and Valuc and Auction Data by Seasons . . . . . 74
Flue Cured Production by Counties 1944. . . . . . . 75
Dairy Production by Counties in 1944 . . . . . . . . . . 76


Acres and Gross Packed Value by Counties 1944-45 Season . . . . .


. 79-85






FLORIDA DEPARTiENT OF AGRICULTURE
STATE MARKETING BUREAU
1944-45
ANNUAL FRUIT AND VEGETABLE REPORT

By Frank H. Scruggs, .Market IIe.is Specialist
VOLUTE AMID VALUE OF AIL FRUITS AND VE37TABLES

The 1944-45 season was another record breaker in total gross value in
Florida.
RECORD VOLUME AND VALUE
Florida produced 237,972 carloads of fruits and vegetables with a Florida
gross picked value of $5302,517,680. This may be compared to 261,197 carloads with
value of 294,633,098 in the 1945-44 season and may be compared with 1938-39, our
biggest prewar production year, when we had 220,975 carloads valued at $102,220,663
and 1936-3.7 our biCgest prewar value year 'when we had 162,945 carloads valued at
1107,929,514.
Citrus accounted for 156,759 carloads valued at $201,912,530, Vegetables
69,225 carloads valu.3d at $92,375,550, and Miscellaneous fruits 11,988 carloads
valued at $8,229,G00.
The commodities leading in gross packed value were: oranges $135,653,600,
grape-fruit b49,C62,24!0, tomatoes 920,092,725, celery W18,898,695, beans $17,481,020,
tangerines ..16,296,690, potatoes ;v5,516,084, peppers .4,836,062, and watermelons
,.4,625,620.
Cabbage '::as a disappointment with cucumbers and escarole small but pleasant
surprises. Lettuce and English Peas continued disappointing.
Cucumbers showed the highest rail carlot valu? at $2,240 followed by
tomatoes at 2,205, s at 22 ban at 1,860, peppers at 41,771, peas at 41,544, celery at
%],535, potatoes at ,1,463, and eggplant at 41,442. Others ware lower.
Strawberries had a gross carlot value in Florida of $3,798 per car. Rail
citrus had a Florida fob carlot value of ,l,715.
WEATHER FOR 1944-45 SEASON
This subject is ably discussed on pages 4 and 5. We had a destructive
hurricane in Octob:r 1944, which destroyed around 25,000,000 boxes of. citrus and
much acreage of beans in various stages of growth and other young vegetables and
s3.ed bds. The money damage was heavy but not as heavy perhaps as the volume
destroyed might indicate. The final vegetable acreage was about as heavy as it
w:-uld Whv, been without the hurricane. 25,000,000 more boxes of citrus for market
fresh or canned might have lowered the prices somewhat fcr a variety of reasons.
TRANSPORTATION
Certain technical phases of transportation are ably discussed cn pages
6 to 9. A general discussion follows.
The lower citrus production showed up in lower freight shipments. Truck
shipments were slightly lower than in the 1945-44 season. There were no. boat ship-
ments of consequences and no official information on same. Express shipments were
slightly down.
The following table shows interesting comparison for several years.
Florida Fruits and Vegetables Interstate Shipments.
Freight Express Boat Truck Total
1938-39 94,5329 1,617 32,696 39,657 168,279
1939-40 76,005 1,691 15,670 58,712 132,078
1940-41 78,043 1,752 19,357 41,712 140,844
1941-42 96,787 1,965 1,828. 37,539 138,119
1942-45 115,179 35,675 -- 19,208 136,062
1943-44 151,252 4,559 -*- 19;926 155,737
1944-45 118,576 4,189 17,161 139,926
C.D.T. required freight cars to be-loaded heavier during the war particular-
ly for citrus. Citrus has been loaded 25-30% higher than in the 1940-41 season.
Some vegetables have been loaded considerably higher than before the war.
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General Su.imary continued.
Th, Boat Lines ha'v3 heen out. of the fruit and vegetable transportation
picture for four years. They ray be back in some force by the spring of 1946.
Truck transportation has been under many restrictions during the past three
ysers, particularly t.he gas and tire restrictions. Drivers -were scarce,particularly
able and reliable ones. During the past two years there has been a severe shortage
of new trucks and spare parts which was an additional handicap to truck transportation
Truck transportation should show ?t healthy increase this year. Drivers are
becoming more plentiful. Tires and repair parts are more plentiful or else expected
to b-: by Decemb.zr. Trucks may be more plentiful by January, but even without new
trucks the truck movement should be heavier.
There may b:- a neiw factor in the trucking business. There arc many
veterans of World '.atr 2 who have besn truck drivers or who expect to break into the
business. One veteran visited our office a few days ago looking for fruit and
ve etablc information. He plans to buy three 2 ton trucks from the Smaller War
Plants Corporation for the cost of the trucks less depreciation with 15 per cent
down payront. He planned to buy three trucks and gAt into the produce.business. He
has had some e:xp,--rience in trucking. The produce business has an attraction, some-
tines fatal, for the average rough and ready ambitious young man. Many do not have
enoughh education or technical training for some cther kinds of businesses.
These truckers may be very useful when we get 100,000,000-125,000,000 boxes
of citrus and may have to market 69,000,000-90,000,000 boxes of citrus in fresh form.
Some experts say we will have 150,000,000 boxes by the 1950-51 season. We have never
marketed more than 49,000,000 boxes in fresh form so it is easy to calculate the
difficulty of .ar;:eting as many as 69,000,000 boxca. M.'ore and more citrus fruit will
have to go to small cities, towns and villages. This is true of vegetables too,
particularly if the acreage is increased considerably. The vegetable growers are in
a position to govern to some extent their volume according to trade prospects. The
citrus growers with increased plantings, and trees bearing more each y.'ar have much
more of a problem.
The railroads .should continue to goet mor.L business as the years go by. The
volumer which can be shipped by boat and economically distributed from eastern parts
is limited unless the shippers get lcrier boat rates or lower trucking rates from
eastern ports. The railroads may find way. tc reduce rat:s on citrus ans ve_'retables
afte,- the war. They could try to keep boat lines nnd truck lines froia rCe-stablish-
ing themselves by reducing rates and giving mere efficient service. It. may require
both. W'"lartime prices for citrus and vegetables .re, or soon may be, over.
OUTLOOK FOR 1945-46 SEASON!
The- writer will not attempt to advise growers as to ho.; much they should
plant in vegetables. He has thought about the subject but can't figure out the near
t.'rn future to the extent of giving unsolicited advice.
Loral2y the situation looks good but w.v sell our produce in other States.
Hiational affairs appear to be in a temporary mess. Labor is winning its fight for
more pay per hour. They may not get as much pay per family as they did in 1944, but
it will be 25-,50 higher than before the war and more family hands working.
The national income was at the rate of 207 billion a y'par rhan Germany
surr-nd'z.rcd and is expe-cted to be down to 155,000,000 early in the year and level off
for awhile according to Chairman Krug of the War Production Board. The foregoing
figures seem on the optimistic side.
Here are some comparisons for income and prices.
Per cent !National Income Celery Oranges-Rail Florida Total Fruit Percent'
Income over Dollars Crates Boxes V.-c's GrossValue Increas:
1959 1959 71 Billion 1938-539 1.48 .1.453 102,608,979 over'38-59
1941 28.2 96 1940-41 1.91 1.63 112,768,552 10.0
1942 67.6 119 1941-42 1.64 2.10 143,278,840 40.0
1945 100.0 14? 1942-43 4.11 2.97 2-:0,608,979 154.5
1944 126.7 161 1945-44 3.15 3.10 29-i,633,098 186.7
19453st.211.3 150 1944-45 3.47 3.50 02,517,680 194.8





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General Sun.ary continued.
C-lery was selected as an important non-ceiling item while oranges was
sele-cted as the nost important crop under ceilings. Oranges would have averaged
higher in the 1944-45 season without a ceiling.
Total carloads of fruits and vegetables produced in 1938-39 were 220,554 as
compared to 261,197 in 1943-44 and 237,972 carloads in the 1944-45 season.
Our total production increased during the war only 18.4 per cent above the
1938-39 season, but 43.1 per cent over the 1939-40 season with 184,563 carloads which
.,was a more normal pre-war season.
It seems to the writer that some optimism can be generated from the
comparison cf national income figures and Florida values. Mapy of the people who
are supposed to bu"in the know" predict a national income of 140-150 billion during
th? fLrst two or three years after conversion is completed.
The hurricane which swept over Florida on September 15 and 16, 1945 caused
severe damage to seed beds and planted crops in the areas touched.
BEans: 3000 acres of early plantings were lost in the Everglades Section. A few new
fields got. by undamaged. Few beans are expected before November 1.
Cabbage: Early cabbage acreage greatly reduced with few shipments before December 20.
Cel...ry: Con-id:-rable damage to seed beds and some loss of planted acreage. The crop
as a whole s now (October 5) farther advanced than at this date last year.
Cucurib.rs: The fall crop suffered less damage than other vegetables did from wind
an,'. high vatcr.
Eggplant: Fall eggplant is off to a fairly good start in nost sections.
Escarol=: V-ry little set at time of storm but seed beds came through Tairly.well.
P.ppers: Suffered from rains but total fall acreage may be slightly greater than last
fall. It w-.ill b- November 1-15 before there will be any movement of consequence.
Pot toes: The September storm caused heavy damage in the Everglades. The final
:cra.3ag of potatoes in Dade County, Palm Beach, and Ft.Myers Sectionswill be greatly
re-duc"d from intended plantings. Salt water overflow during storm nay adversely
affect Dr.de County acreage. Rainfall afterwards would improve situation.
TonFatoes: Th.: hur-icane missed Ft.Pierce, Manatee and Ft.Myers Sections, which are
the principal fall production centers. A few tomatoes may be picked .round November
1. Th., fall acreage may be slightly less than last year.
Strawb-rrnes: The acreage for winter and spring production may be slightly above last
ye r if sufficient plants can be obtained from outside Florida.
Squash: The fall acreage is about the same as last year. The principal early fall
ar-as ar.. arcund McIntosh in Marion County and Plant City in Hillsborough County.
Good Volume is expected in late October.
MEW FEATURES OF THIS REPORT
1. Acre-ge by Counties as shown on pages 38-45.
2. Acr,.-ge and Gross Value by Counties as shown on pages 79-85.
5. Flue Cured tobacco acres and production by counties on page 75.
4. t'ilk and butter production by counties on page 76.
5. Disposition of Vegetables and Miscellaneous Fruits as shown on page 86.
There has been an increasing demand for more individual county data and we
hope that the effort we made will be appreciated.
Flash October 10
1945-46 Estimated Production: Oranges 50,000,000 boxes, Grapefruit 32,000,000 boxes.
Tang.-rin4s 4,000,000 boxes. Total 86,000,000 boxes. 80,800,000 previous higher.

Correction
On looking over this report just before releasing, we note that strawberries
are in error on t:.o pages. Page 12 should be changed to read $3798 instead of $5060,
Z.163,514 instead of $217,580, 41,150,794 instead of ,1,515,000 and a total of
-:I,314,108 instead of U1,732,580. This difference of j,418.472 should be deducted.
CO page 86 make strawberries read 192,000 36-pt crates instead of
144,000 24 qt crates.
The fact that shipments are in 36-pt crates and crop yields and unit prices
.re-.fcr 24-ct crates, contributed to this confusion.
These changes do not affect the valuations by counties.






1944 1945 Season


Comments on: The Production of Florida Fruits and Vegetables as affected
by Weather Conditions

by
J. C. Townsend, Jr. and J. B. Owens, Agricultural Statisticians
Bureau of Agricultural Economics, Orlando, Florida

Weather conditions continue to be the limiting factor in the production
of Florida fruit and vegetable crops. The 1944-45 season presented a cross section
of the various types of unfavorable weather possible to experience on this penin-
sula. The old saying that "anything can happen in Florida and usually does" still
hold., true. The past crop season start;-d with a hurricane in October and ended
with another in July. In between these blows there were freezes, frosts and a
record six r.onth drouth. Yet, despite the hammering blows of the elements, through
the ingenuity of the long suffering farmer, Florida's production of fruits and
vegetables during this l3st year of v.-artime conditions attained a formidable volume
with a gross income of record proportions.

FRUIT Th- October 1944 hurricane cut a wide path through the citrus
belt, and spoiled the chances of a record 92million box citrus crop. When the
final cutturn was counted, after a freeze in Decemb.-r and 6 months of dry weather
during the.-winter and spring, 69 million boxes v.ere harvested. This loss of 23
million boxes w s largely grapefruit, the damage to this type of fruit amounting to
nearly 14 million, while the orange loss was 8.5 million and tangerines 800,000
boxe.s. Other fruits, such aF limes and avocados, were not in the direct path of
the storm and escaped with limited loss. The December freeze, which resulted in
considerable fruit being damaged in spots, but with _mall actual box less, com-
pliments the capacity of the industry to quickly utilize damaged or offgrade fruit
to the profit of the grower. Very little rainfall fell over the citrus and
veg,..tabl, ar'as during that period from the October hurricane to July, when a mild
storm brought general relief to a record drcuth. As a r,:sult of the long drsuth,
the current crop production was somewhat reduced, but the main effect was a loss
cf carly bloom fruit for the 1945-46 crop. The early bloom failed to set during
the dry weather, but this wa.s largely offset by a record set of /aiy, June and July
fruit. We should take our hats off to the remarkable capacity of the citrus tree
to recover from lambasting of the elements. A few .-weeks after the general rnins
in July, citrus groves in general were in remarkably good condition.

VEGETABLES The 1944-45 season was typical of the unusual circumstances
which a grower of vegetables in Florida encounters during the course of a season.
September and the first half of October were very favorable periods for the
preparation of land and the planting of crops, but on October 18-19 a terrific
hurricane swept over the State and wiped out a large portion of the crops which
were growing at that time. (This hurricane entered the State near Ft. jy'ers, moved
up the West Coast to Bradenton and then cut across the central part of the State in
a northerly direction.) Crops which were directly in the path of this storm were
in most instances completely destroyed, and areas not in its immediate path
experienced such heavy rains that large acreages of crops were drowned'. Snap beans
in the Everglades suffered the greatest loss, with approximately 14,000 acres being
drowned in that area. Tomatoes in the Palmetto-Ruskin section were about a
complete loss, while in the Fort Pierce section a large part of the crop was
drowned after the storm had passed by the high vater breaking over the field dikes.
Losses to other crops were in varying degrees, depending on the stage of develop-
ment and location, but practically no area escaped without some loss.

As is usually the case, beautiful weather followed the disaster and the
newly planted crops made" excellent progress. However, on the morning of December
15 heavy frosts occurred over the State except in the lower East Coast district.


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Page 5
The Producticn of Florida Fruits and Vegetables as affected by Weather Conditions
(Cont'd.)

This frost finished up the few tender crop vegetables remaining in the central part
of the State and w)ip'-d out all but a few hundred acres of the large crop of snap
beans in the Everglades. Most of this acreage which was lost was planted imme-
diat-ly following: the October storm and was just coming into production. Frosts
occurred again on January 11, February 1, 2, 8 and 9. These cold periods were not
severe, and although there was some additional loss of snap beans in the Everglades,
the losses for the State as a whole were light. The last frost in the principal
trucking areas was on March 23. The damage was not extensive, but some loss was
expeTrienced in the Plant City area to young peppers, beans and tomatoes and the
Ev.erglades again lest a small portion of its spring bean crop.

Rainfall during the winter and spring months was one of the lightest en
record. From the time of the October storm until around the first of May there was
v.-ry little rain except for an occasional local shower. Fortunately most Florida
truck f-rmsi are equipped with some type of irrigation, even though much of it is
inad2qunte for such a sustained period of drouth. Naturally there were some losses
in production, due to this great deficiency in rainfall. However, the great
d.-term:ination of the grower tc use what facilities they had at hand to produce food
for Lh-: nation at vrar resulted in yields which compare favorably with those obtained
in years of less trying circumstances and they are to be commended for this effort.

Old Lan Weathor is still with us whether we term it the end of the
1944?-45 sc:ason or the beginning of the 1945T46 season, the September 15-16 hur-.
ricane still warns us that weather conditicus are the limiting-factor in Florida's
production cf Fruits and Vegetables.

The following table of planted and harvested acreage of snap beans and
tcratoes gives so.:me idea of the effect of weather conditions on these two impor-
tant vegetables:
t FALL ACREAGE WINTER ACREAGE SPRING ACREAGE
S^rLon Planted Harvested / L!ss Planted Harvested % Los Planed Harvested % Lnss
SNAP BEANS (Fresh and Canning)
1951-2 14,000 14,000 0 14,000 14,uoo 0 17,500 15,500 23
19)2-p 1l,500 10,500 28 26,800 26,800 0 13,500 15,500 0
19i -.4 22, 00 20,500 9 21,000 21,000 0 23,800 21,300 11
195- 17,500 IL.,000 20 51,000 28,000 10 25,000 25,000 0
19,5-35 19,000 11,000 42 29,100 29,100 0 19,100 19,100 0-
19.o-57 23,600 18,200 23 30 900 20,900 6 15,500 11,700 25
19 7-18 16,000 .12,500 22 30 000 30,000 0 18,200 18,200
19Q -59 20,000 18,000 10 51,000 1,000 0 15,000 15,000 0
1,9-Z o 17,500 15,000 1l 6 000 7,000 53 26,500 20,000 30
1 60-41 22,000 19,000500 26,500 26,500 0 21,00 17,000 19
1 1-42 22 ,00) 20,300 29 1,000 21,000 32 9,000 27,000 3
1'2-5 19,530 16,500 1 2,500 25,500 22 0 000 29,000
1jh4-L, 2,00,00000 0 1,500 39,500 5 51,000 25,000 10
1Ml-l5 5L,2)0 20,000 2 40,000 37,500 6 50,000 235,OO 23
TOMATOES (Fresh and Canning) -
1951-52 1,700 1,700 0 8,500 8,500 0 15,000 .1-3,503 -1o
19'2-1; ,203 2,0002 570 12,900 12,900 0 15,600 1,000 56 -
193- 0 2,000 0 19,000 19,000 0 12 00 12,500 0
1 -5 DO ,500 0 *20,300 19,000 5 12-500 12,500 0
19 )5-6 *3,5") 2,80o 15 19,000 14,000 26 -18, 00 18,800 3
1926-37 ,50 E,500 .8 19,200 19,200 0 20,000 12,000 40
1957-8 ,'3 L,300 0 19,500 19,500 0 24,300 2, 000 0
193 8X' 2,800 26 19,3500 19,00 0 19,600 16 600
19- .1 ,:30 0,00 0 18 900 6,000 68 26,003 2, 000 1
1,'- 1 ,-00 4,000 10 15,00 *,500 52 17,000 15,000 12
19142 6, 6,50 0 1 00 8,50 0 21 000 1 3D00 l2
)1, -40 L0DO0 0 11,2 0 6, 00 42 17,000 15,000 12
S4, li30 .o 0 18 00 1800 100 12 00 8
19-5 0,30 2,830 59 19,500 18,600 5 1,000 11,100 15-
"Plants lost but repla.nted.






Page 6 TRAFFIC AND TRANSPORTATION PROBLEMS
FLORIDA CITRUS FRUIT AND FRESH VEGETABLES
SEASON 1944-45
BY: John A. O'Rourke, Secy-Mgr., Growers & Shippers League of Florida

Other than two general subjects, (1) the postponement of the percentage
increase of 3%, on all citrus and vegetable rates, which was scheduled to become
effective on January 1, 1945, and was further postponed until December 31, 1945, in
the ICC.ExParte 148 case, known as the "Increased Rates of 1942," .and (2) the
extension of the "temporary rates" or water competitive rates and truck competitive
rates, which have been for several year published subject to expiration dates, and
which are now scheduled to expire on December 31, 1945, unless revised or extended,
there was a minimum of this class of work for the citrus and vegetable industries
during the 1944-45 season.

Therefore, the level of the rates on both citrus and vegetables to the
various distribution markets were the same as had been in effect during two previous
seasons, and there was little difficulty along these lines to the Florida growers
and shippers of these perishable products. As we were passing through a period of
\rar economy practically all of our operating rates and many of our charges, rules
and regulations are on a temporary basis, and are subject to many changes during the
reconversion period of the immediate Post 'Jar future, necessitating constant vig-
ilance in our watchfulness for these changes and the many expected proposals of the
transportation lines having to do with traffic and transportation problems.

However, the indirect control of the' privately owned transportation
companies by the Federal government, which through its various agencies issued
terminating Seravice Orde.rs and Directives, conducive to tie greatest effort and
efficiency of all modes of transp.:.rt?.tivn, issued these Orders and Directives with
effective and expiration dates as the Florida producing season opened and progressed,
necessitnt.di a maximum ,f eff-rt by the League as new Orders and Directives became
necessary fo-r an efficient arid orderly distribution, when these F2deral requirements
were in conf,:lict with practical methods of the Florida perishable industries in our
duties to have these rules and regulations exert a lesser influence on the ability
to meet those requirements in the transportation of Floridi perishable products.

The League', as mediator for the Florida Citrus and Fresh Vegetable
Industries, with the Federal Agencies at Washington, D.C., and Chicago, Illinois,
in the matters of maximum car loadings, refrigerator ca.r supply, and ice refrigera-
tion, experienceJ a most difficult year. These difficulties were amplified by the
freight congestion in all territories north of the Ohio River and east of Chicago
and St. Louis due pr-imarily to the movement of war materials and necessitating an
embargo *:.n all freight during January 25 to January 30, 1945, and by the severe
winter weather throughout the northeast during the month of March.

In additi,:n to almost daily correspondence and long distance phone
ccm.municatic.ns, we appeared before the O.D.T.,Perishable Transport Division, in
Washington, D.C., in Octcber 19144, in the matter of car l..adings and conference with
the O.D.T. and I.C.C., Bureau of Service, in Washington, D.C., on December 8 and 9,
1944, in the matter of ice refrigeration, and appeared before the I.C.'C., Refrig-
erator Car Advisory Commnittee at Chicago, Illinois, on March 16, 1945, in the matter
of refrigerator car supply and the lifting of the restrictions on loading refrig-
erator cars to the. Eastern Port markets, which v.as lifted on March 19, 19-15.

The icing refrigeration restrictions were extremely severe, for with
slight modifications to accommodate 'specific varieties of citrus and to morc amply
protect shiprients to distant markets, the majority of the entire movement from
December 24, 19-14 through April 15, 19-15, we were compelled to ship under "Initial
Icing, Only," and from April 16 to I9ay 9 were allowed one reicing enroute after the
initial icing.
(Cont'd. )





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Traffic and Transpcrtaticn Problems (Cont'd.)


In justice t- the officials of the Florida rail lines and the refrig-
F-rt. r .'.-r l incs, wv will say we found them most helpful and cooperative in our
c nta.cts %.ith the F.-e.d.ral authorities for modifications and relief in extreme
c.sot ,-nd also that the Federal authorities in our opinion were compelled to issue
thoe,s- nany restrictive orders to preserve the most efficient and orderly rail
novc:%ent of perishable products, as could be done for the many producing areas
Lhrouahuiut tn2 country, giving due consideration to our war efforts with its many
transportation requirem.-.nts for our fighting forces.

In t.he follc-.ing tabulations we have shown the O.D.T. minijmur carloading
requirements f-.r loading fresh citrus fruits and fresh vegetables from Florida, as
prescribed by O.D.T. 16A-2A, except as otherwise shown.


Container
No. & size

'#675
1-3/5 bu
nailed box.


,5004
1-7/5 bu
v.irebho'unl'
box:

#679
4/5 hu
nailed box
#5c..77
4/5 bu *-vire-
b,:und box


//#7F00-7525-
7551 Pags

#8026-9050
I bu basket



3-3/5 bu
n.il-d bcxy

A15004
1-5/5 bu
v.rehound box


I.OADIIfr PATTERNS FCR CITRUS FRUIT
IN REFRIGEkATOR CARS 1945-46 SEASON
ORANGES COR GRAPEFRUTT


CAR


A 2
1
B 2
1
B 2
1

B(1) 2
1


A 5
1
B 5
G(1) 5

A 5
B 5

A 5




A 0:
D G


tiers on end -'. 6 wide x 30 long
tier on sides or bottoms-7 wide
tiers on end 6 wide x 51 long
tier on sides or bottoms-7 wide
tiers on end-6 wide x 51 long
tier(3 boxes crosswise x 31 long
(1 box lengthwise x 14 long
tiers on end-7 wide x 31 long
tier(3 boxes crosswise x 51 long
(1 box lengthwise x 14 long
.- I * *
tiers on sides or bottoms-7 wide
tier crosswise-5 high x 3 wide x
tiers on sides or bottoms-7 wide
tiers on sides or bottoms-8 wide
-;^ ; "-: -*;* ,-
tiers on end-8 wide x 58 long
tiers on end-8 wide x 39 long
S* * *


x 14 long

x 14 long


Containers
per Car Total


360
98 458
572
98 470
572


93
14 107 479
4534
95
14 107 541

x 14 long 490
1 long 15 505
x 15 long 525
x 15 long 600


tiers on sides or bottoms-9 wide x 1.9 long
tiers on sides or bottoms-9 or 10 wide
x 19 long


ranges
rapofruit


1/2 bu.bag
971
900


1/4 bu.ba
1820
1800


* -;' *
A 5 tiers on bottoms-6 wide x 22 long
B (End to end offset loading method)

TANGERINES & TEMPLES
A Sam-i as Oranges & Grapefruit
3 Same as Oranges & Grapefruit
B(1) S..:e as Oranges & Grapefruit

A 4 tiers on sides or bottoms-7 wide x 14 long
1 tier crosswise-5 high x 3 wide x 1 long
B 4 tiers on sides or bottoms-7 wide x 15 long
*i <* *M -i *i


855
855
or 950


L/8 bu.bag
3637
5710

660



458
470 or 479
541

392 392
15 407
420


(Cont'd.)


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LOADING PAT-ERNS FOR CITRUS FRUTT INJ REFRIGERATOR CARS
TANGERINES & TEMPLES (Cont'd)


Containers
No. & size
#679 4/5 bu
nailed box


CAR
A
B


5 tiers on end-8 wide x 38 long
5 tiers on end-8 wide x 59 long


Containers
per Car Total
912
936


u.677 4/5 bu A
v/irebound box B

4P026-8050 A
1 bu b3l:ts D


5 tiers on sides or bottoms-9 wide x 19 long
5 tiers on sides or bottoms-9 :r 10 wide x 19 long

5 tiers on bottcms-G wide x 22 long, or
(End to end offset loading method)


855
855 or 950

660


VENTILATOR CkRS
All c2r3 should be loaded in complete layers or
complete tiers with no lose bcu:es on the top layers
MIIII.iUM REQUIRENMCNTS Oranges 40,000V Grapefruit 56,0004'

rOfD;; All refrigerator care MUST be loaded so that each tier or layer covers the
entire floor space of tne c:r, as the O.D.T. only provides for the height
of the load, i.e., three, four or five tiers high.
PSFEREPICE 1'.RKS A Carc lass than 7S fect long.
B Cars munre thin S7 feet long, loss than 8'10" wide.
B(l) Cars more than 3. feet long and 8110"1 vide rir over.
VEGETABLE .D.T *LOAD -..S-1944-45 SSO
VEGETABLE O.D.T. LOADTNGS-1944-4 5 SEA-SON


Beetsturnipscarrots
Uew; fresh harvested
rcot crcp. fresh mixed
cars
Cabbage, fresh harvested,
11 C'.'

Cabbage, Florida new
fresh harvested
Leltuce
C.antlc.:upcs. Hc.neyballs,
Honeydcws, etc. 6:
Wa tuLrmrelois
Puto toes
White (Irish)

Potatoes, ne\; crcp,
Florida


Containers
Bulk, or in sack5, burlap, cloth
H'lf crates
Lcs Ang-les crates


Bulk, or in scl:s,
Half crates
Los Angeles cratos
Bulk, or in bags,


burlap, cloth


or in Bruce crates


Lcs Angeles crates

Containers a: provided in Rate Tariffs

Bags, box-'s, or paper sacks under 100#
Bago, box.-.-., or Ipper sacks 100# up
In bulk
Papcr, clcth, or burlap bags
Box.-s, crates, barrels, or baskets


Min.Loading Req.
S0,O00#
640 crates
558 crates

50,0004
638 crates
356 crates
25,000#


416 cr..tes

30,000#


42,000-'
45,000:/

30,0001
31,500/


(@) CDT. Special Fernit P-147, effective January 31, 1945 to June 16, 19,15
Pot.atoes, niew crop, Paper, cloth, or burlap bags (
Florjid". B.:.Xs, crates, b:-rr:--ls, or baskets (36,000
(a) ODT. Permit P-191, effective June 16, 19215, cancelling Permit No. P-147.
Tor.at^ces Standard lug boxes 5 tiers high, each tier to
cover entire flour space of
the car.
Tom:-tes Standard lug boxes, load 6 tiers high in each half of
divided by center gate. the car, the center space no
greater than 2 stacks or boxes.














Deans

Beans, Lima

Beets

Cabbage



Carrots

Celery


Cucumbers

Eggplants

Sscarole

Lettuce



Okra

Peas

Peppers

Pctatces



Squash

Toaatces

Turnips

Cauliflov.er


FLCR'ID.A O.D.T. LOADTIGS
194-1-45 SEASON

Est.Wgt.
Per Pkg.
Container Lbs.

Bu. hprs. 36#

Bu. hprs. 40a7

L.A. crates 85#

L.A. crates 91#
50/ sacks 5111
1 bu. hprs. 57#

L.A. crates 90f.

Howard 1Oxl1x22 68#
Nailed 10x16x22 68,#

1 bu. crata 540,

1I bu. crates 57#

1- bu. hprs. 45.#

L.A. crate 71#V
1 bu. crate 25//
1 bu. hprs. 57#

1 bu. hprs. 347#

1 bu. hprs. 34#1

1 bu. crate 48#

50-. bag 51#4
100# bag 102:#
Bu. crate 61#

Bu. hprs. 49g7

Std. lugs 56.t

L.A. crate 81/#

12 bu. crate 48


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Minimum
Number
Pkgs.

640

520

358

316

425

358

432
432

528

480

450

316
720
450

640

572

480


520

.700

358'-

480


Carload
Minimum
* ,Weight
Approx.

23,040

; 20,800

30,430

28,750
25,000
24,225

32,220

29,376
29,376

30,096

27,360

19,350

22,436
18,000
16,650

21,760

19,448

23,040

30,000
30,000
31,500

25,480

.: 25,200

28,998

23,040


* O.D.T. 18A-2A
Maximun Ventilated Refrigorated Loading, Authority Paragraph 500.72, O.D.T. 18A.

Prepared by: John A. O'Rcurke, Secretary-Manager, Growers & Shippers League of Fla.






RECORDS AliD ESTIMiTES ON PLO}IDA CITRUS CROP FOR SEASONi 1944-45
(.August 1 July 31)
:Freight : :Total Boxes: Gross FOB Returns : Production and : Net Return
Carlot :and Exp.: Carloads :Freight and: Florida Points : Marketing Costs : Florida Growers-::-:
Shipments :hipped:Freight Exp.: Express : Box : For Crop : Box : For Crop : Box : For Crop
Or.ngs : 41,049:41,O~: -: 24,526,000 :',:.50 : 85,841, 000 1.7l:41,939,460 :1.79:43,901.540:
Urapefruit: 8,534: b,534: 5,860,000: : 7580,000 1.4: 8 L14, 0: 1.bo: 8,J-jo,B j:
Tangerines: 4,370: 4,370: -: 5,14,000: 4.25 : 13,383,250: 2.33: 7,337,170: 1.92: 6,046,080:
M,.:d.Citrus: 14,143:11,102: J,041: Converted: : Converted : : Converted: :.Converted

Totals : 63,090:65,055: 3,041: .33,535,000 :$3.403: 116,80.4,250: 1.733 57 ,3 90,830:1.75 $58,017,_420:
GE5IERAL DISPOSITION AI!ALYSIS OF THE FLORIDA CITRUS CROP FOR SEASON 1944-45.
Stra ightCars:NLxd Cars:IIxdCars:Total Rail:Trucked:Rail -and : Cannced : Consumed : Total
BOXES : Frei7ght : Freight :Express: Boxes : Out : Trucl.: :Fresh Bxs: Boxes : 2oxes :
Oranges : 20,bl9,UUu:3 264 ,2uu:V42,- 8uU:24 526 ,u'J0: 4456,400:2b52,4kuu:11i ,14juU: 2,4'17./:60J: 42,800u,0u:
rapefruit 4,J50 ,186,800 :0,.'U': 5,860UU: 20500: 665,2 00156,000: 1 98,u,800 22,500,000
Tangerines: 1.,9ou,0Uu: ,u38', oo: 15,4u: 3, 149,u'O: 62'0u: 476,6': ,uOU: i2r ,4'0 : 3 ,9u DUOU:
Total Cit.: 26 8,000: 5,439,600 -J16,4uu:03 55b,000: ouu: 524,(0u:9' 8CUUU:~',5 48U:000 69 ,OU,000:
CARLOADS
Oranges : 41,049: 6,601: 1,857: 49,507: 3,641: 53,148: 35,860: 6,184: 95,192:
Grapefruit: 8,534: 2,40U: bub: 11,742: 513: 1,2o5: 67,840: 2,747: 52,842: o
Tn gcri nes: 4,370: 2,101: .;76: 6,847: 319: 7,G66: 8: 1,051: 8,725: 5
Total Cit.: 5o,953: 11,102: 3,041: 68,0U96: 4, 73: 75,u69: 7,U703: ',92.: 156,759: 0


Estimated Cost of Producing and >.-arketing 68,096 Cars of ORAIiGES, GRAPEFRUIT, AliD TD?!GERI;;ES.
Cos, of production on tree such as fertilizer, spray materials, cultivating, spraying, pruning
etc., but not including interest, depreciation, or taxes, on strictly grove acreage. Per Std. Box.
Oranges C .50 Grapefruit 0 .40 Tangerines $ .65 Weighted Averageo $ .483:
Cost of picking, hauling, packing, selling, and other average ordinary marketing charges.
Oranges $ 1.21 Grapefruit $` 1.07 Tangerines $. 1.68 Weighted Average *. 1.250:
Total ordinary and average cost of production and marketing of citrus.
Oranges 1.71 Grapefruit $ 1,47 Tangerines .A. 2.33 Weighted Averago $ 1.733:
1. Jo coastwise boat movemrent- reported. 2-. Estimated boxes per car or carload.
Straight freight: Oranges 49?.9, Grapefruit 509.8, Tangecrines 448.5. All Straight Freight 497.3
Mixed Cars 494.5 boxes. Express 400 boxes. Trucked-out 400 boses.Canned 400 bxs.Local Consumption:
5. :lixed car analysis: Oranges 59.4, Grapef'ruit 21.3, Tangerines 19.0 per coet.
4. PBox cars used: Oranges including few Tangerines 6892, Grapefruit 734, Mixed 2909. Total 10,535 :
5. iliniimumi O.D.T. load 450 boxes per box car.
lfote: 1943-44 coason box ca-'s used should read: Orange': including a feo Tang:rinrs 6,441,
Granefruit, 725, Mixod 2,723. Total 9,889.
Mot Return i- to Growers unloss fruit was sold on tree to speculators. The average return to
growcr was so..!i,: liss th.:'. thio figures sho:-:n aaovc.


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RECORDS AND ESTIMATES ON FLORIDA CITRUS CROP FOR SEASON 1944-45 (Cont'd).
CITRUS FRUITS TRUCKED OUT CO FLORIDA (400 boxes per carload). October 1-July 31
ORAC'GES :Carlot equiv. 3,641 or 1,456,400 boxes.Gross at 3 .50, 5,097,400 Uet-::at 9.'79,,7 2,605,956
GRAPEFRUIT :Crlot equiv. 513 or 205,200 boxes.Gross at 3."00, 615,600 Iet-:at 1,"53, 3513,956
TANGERII!ES:Carlot equiv. 819 or 327,600 boxes.Gross at .4.25,j 1391,300 IIet-at 1.92 628,992
ALL CITRUS:Carlot o uiv. 4,973 or 11989,200 box,:es.Gross at .$3.57, 7,104,5300 Iot-::at 1.7,I 3,548,.904
CITRUS PR'JiTS SHIPPED BY RAlL aDID 'RUCK
ORA01GES :Carlot equiv. 53,148 or25,982,400 boxes.Gross at '3.5 0," 90,938,400 Uet-::-t -1,79, 46,507,496
GRAPEPRUIT:Carlot equiv. 12,255 or 6,065,200 boxes.Gross at .3.0C,C 18,195,600 ..-et-at 1" 5, 9/2.79,.756
TA'G'ERInES:C-rlot equiv. 7,666 or 5,476,600 boxes.Gross at .4.25,';. 14,774,550 Nct:-at 1.92, 6675,072
ALL CITRUS: Carlot equiv. 73,069 or55,524,200 boxos.Gross at .$3.46 ,l123,908,550 et::-at :1.76, 62 ,.462,'352
GUdIIiY CITRUiS P'RUIT USED Iil FLORIDh (40wJ boxes per carlo-.id)
ORANGES :Carlot cquiv. 35,860 orl4,344,000 boxes.Gross at .2.60,9$ 537,294,400 Nct-:at_ 1.65, .23,667,600
GRAPEFRUIT:Carlot equiv. 37,840 orl5,136,000 boxes.Gross at .1.91, 28,909,760 Net'-at 11.29, 19,525,440
TANGERINES:Carlot equiv. 8 or 3,000 boxes.Gross at 2.90,3 8,700 Nctat 1 .80,' 5,400
ALL CITRUS:Carlot equiv. 735708 or29,483,000 boxes.Gross at j2.25 66 212,860 Net:at ?1.47,~43,198,440
FRESH CITRUS CONSUMED IN FLORIDA OR OTHERWISE NOT ACCOUNTED FOR (400 boxes per. carlod).
ORANGES :Carlot equ-iv. 6,1u4 or 2,4173,6'U boxes.Gross at o,0 C, '1 7,420,800 Uct--at "1.60,, 3,957,760
GRAPEFRUIT:Carlot oquiv. 2,747 or 1,098,800 boxes.Gross at ,2.60,, 2,856,880 Nct-::at :,1.40, 1,538,520
TANGERINES:C'irlot equiv. 1,051 or 420,400 boxcs.Gross A-t .5.6J,! 1,513,4140 VNet-::t 1s.80, 756,720'
ALL CITRUS:Carlot equiv. 9,982 or 3,992,800 boxes.Gross at .2.95,:, 1179l1 120 lot ::at .1.57,.5 6,252,800o
CITRUS FRUITS CJ-I-.lNED III FLORL'A, Ai D !AT CO SUMMED I FLORIDA, A.\D TRUC.,ED iJUT 0f FLORI A o
ORGES :a equiv. rlot equiv. C,- or,ujl',uiJO boxes.oro3z at Z.o, -1.4,715,200 licOt.at ,l.64 ,27,6,25o,60b,,
GRAPEFRUIT:Carlot eqiiv. 40,587 orl6,234,800 boxes.Gross at 1.96,:. 51,766,640 llct-',t .1.30,".21,063,760 H
TAIGERI'ES:C-rlot cquiv. 1,059 or 423,400 boxes.Gross at .59,: 1,522,1.10 .et;-at 1.80,.. 762,120
ALL CITRUS:Carlot eauiv. 35.600 or33.475.800 boxes .Gross at L2..2 78,003,980 !lct::.at 1..48:,49,451,240


CITRUS SHIPPED BY RAIL, TRUCK, AMID HAT r U1A1ir.*D 0U! TFAT CUJoSiMED) i 1-1"LUr IlID 4u coxes p-r carLulu,
ORANGES :Carlot equiv. 95,192 or-12,800,000 boxes.Gross at 3..1'7,155,653,600 N-ct-at 1.753,*74,132,856
GRAPEFRUIT:U arlot equiv. 52,842 or22,300,000 Q coxcs.Gross at I2.24, 9,962,24,0 INct-:-at 1,316, 30,100,908
TANGERINES:C-rlot equiv. 8, 725 or 3,900,000 boxes.Gross at 16.18,. 16.296,690 tct-;:-ct !1.91 7.,437,192
ALL CITRUS:C'rlot cquiv. 156,o75 or69,-0,00000U oxyc.GrosZs t 2.93,~201,912,530 :lct-:at 1.62lll,670,956
NOTE: Gross refers to returns Fob cars Florida shipping points, and -net refers to returns to growers
or fruit owners before deducting for interest, depreciation, and taxes, but after, deducting for cost
of production and marketing.
1. Trucked-out shipment figures were based on inspection certified for interstate movement.
Road Guard Stations for checking were open October 1-May 15 only.
2. Cannery fruit represents average gross price and the net price is the gross less ,the estimated
picking, hauling, and marketing charges.
3. Figures for Consumed in Florida are rough estimates based on population, prices, etc.
Any person who does not approve this home consumption estimate can make his own estimate, but this
volume, which is probably under estimated cannot be ignored.


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RECORDS A:lD ESTIiATES O1i 'FLCILA VEGETABLES, f.ELJi.S, AI:D J0OiN-CITRUS 'OR SEASZ:i 1944-45
Shipped from Florida, or sold from farms for canning, or for Florida consumption.
Gross values for commodities loaded in cars or in trucks, at Florida loading points
Production, packing and other marketing charges have not been deducted.
CtRLOT : Esti.mated Florida: Trucked:Consumed:Processed:Estimated Trucked: GRAil TO'fAL
EQUIVALENT : Rail :Rail F.0.B. Value:out of: in in :Consumned, Canned: FLORIDA :
SHIP.-EiITS : Cars : Car : Total : F 1 o r i d a :Volume: Value :Volume: Value :
Strwborri es: 43: 5,060:$ 217,580: 263: 40: -: 303:$ ,515,000: 346 : 1,752,580:
Viatermelons : 8,366: 480:- 4,014,720: 654: 1,120: -: 1,774: 610,900:10,140: 4,625,620:
SMiscl.Fruits:- 115: 1,800: 207,000: 452: 735: 200: 1,387: 1,664,400: 1,302: 1,871,400:
Sub-Total : 8,524:$ 521:,: 4,43., 00: 1,369: 1,895: 200: 3,464: 3,790,300:11,988:: 8,229,600:
Beans&LiUas : 4,662: 1,-860: 8,698,523: 2,257: 1,125: 2,473: 5,855: 8,782,500:10,537: 17,461,020:
Cabbage : 5,157: 500: 2,578,500: 1,449: 900: -: 2,349: 1,057,050: 7,506: 3,635,550:
Celery :11,037: 1,535: 16,941,195: 405: 900: -: 1,305: 1,957,500:12,342: 18,898,695:
Cucumbers : 988: 2,240: 2,213,120: 444: 250: -: ,..694: 1,526, 800: 1,682: 3,739,920:
Eggplant 304: 1,442: 438,368: 380: 300: -: 680: 680,000: 984: 1,118,368:
Escarole : 1,547: 82: 1,188,054: 25: 25: -: 50: 40,000: 1,397: 1,228,054:
Lettuce : 152: -885: 154,520: 51: 300: -: 351: 280 000: 503: 414,'520:
Peas,English: 83: 1,544: 128,152: 53: 50: -: 103: 82 400: 186: 210,552:
Feppers : 1,622: 1,771: 2,872,562: 809: 500: -:' 1,309: 1,963,500: 2,931: 4,836, 062:
Potatoes : 7,068: 1,463: 3,272,484: 872: 700: -: 1,572: 2,043,600: 8,640: 5,316,084:
Tomatoes : 5,305: 2,205: 11,697,525: 2,826: 1,150: 688: 4,664: 8,395,200: 9,969: 20,092 ,725:
:.xd and I-.isc: 8,500: 1,328: 11,356,000: 1,248: 2,500: 300: 4,048: 4,048,000:12,548: 15,404,000:
Total Veg'les:46,245: 1,330:$61,519,000: 10,819: 8,700: 3 461 22,9;3u00,56,556:60,225: 92,375,550:
GRAID TOTAL :54,7569:$,204: 65,958,030: 12,188: 10,595: 5,661:26,444$34,646,850:81,213:$100,605,150:
1. Consumed in Florida figures are based on records and estimates, and not entirely guess work.
2. Canned and Processed figures are based on records rand some estir.ate.s for vegetables and non-citrus:
TOTAL VOLUME AHD VALUE OF FLORIDA FRUITS AND VEE'.T..BLES FOR SEASON 1944-45.
Shipped from Florida, or cold from farms for canning, or for Florida consumption.
.Gross Values for commodities loaded in cars or i: trucks, at Florida loading points.
CARLOT : : Estimated Florida:Trucked:Conrsuied: Processed:Estimated Trucked: GRAND TOTAL
E'.UIVALE;:T : Rail : Rail F.O.B. V-aluc:out of: in : in :Consumed, Canned: FLORIDA :
SHIPEI ITS : Cars ar: T'ot' Ll : F 1 o r i d a :Volume: Value :Volume: Value :
Total Ci.trus: 68,096 : ,715B116,804,250: 4,973: 9,982: 71,708: 6638b5,108,280:156.759: $201,912, 50
lion-Cit Frts:.8,524: 521: 4,439,3CO: 1,369: 1,895: 200: 3,464: 3,790,300:11,988:'. 3,229,600:
Vegetables :46,245: 1,330: 61,519,000: 10,819: 8,700: 3,461:22,980:30,856,550:69,225: 92,3/75,550:
GRANID TOTAL 122,865:e1, 4377$152,762,550: 17,161: 20,577: 77,369 :15,1072.09,755,130 37,972:.$502 ,517,680:
- Rail shipments include 15 cars of lemons and an estimated 100 carloads of avocados, limes, mangoes,
grapos arnd other misccll.0ncou3 fruits.





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FLORID;. PRODUCTION AN'D V.LUE FOR 18 SEASONS

(Includes Canned and Locally Consuned)


ALL CITRUS
Carloads
Production
76,620
82,865
74,491
102,827
1035,964
143,569
109,119
140,903
120,0899
154,909
181,592
156,759


Boxes
29,276,287
32, 835,854
29,462,052
40,601,208
40,939,629
56,4.17,995
42, 973,112
55,890,754
48,400,000
68,700,446
80,800,000
69,000,000


Florida
Gross Value
e42,401,191
42,797,752
53,189,191
68,838,758
55,285,352
58,646,931
50,365,127
64,192,695
80,572,620
153,052,989
199,688,696
201,912,530


Weighted
Average All
Production
Gross Mktg. Net
$1.45 $1.09 $ .34
1.33 1.06 .27
1.81 1.12 .69
1.70 1.09 .61
1.50 1.08 .22
1.04 .97 .07
1.17 1.05 .12
1.15 .99 .16
1.66 1.09 .57
2.23 1.12 1.11
2.47 1.31 1.16
2.93 1.31 1.62


ALL VEGETABLES


Carloads
Production
55,754
*Ei,411
45,718
51,885
70,000
68,506
65,151
58,560
70,191
63,221
70,219
69,225


Florida
Gross Value
$30,598,346
.30,134,054
30,666,719
34,445,922
37,3506,680
38,489,172
37,962,385
43,077,816
57,417,670
81,323,200
87,328, 94
92,373,550


ALL VEGETABLES &
Carloads
Production
62,831
57,306
52,670
60,118
82,130
77,606
75,404
68,486
80,219
69,445
79,605
81,213


MISCL... FRUITS
Florida
Gross Value
34,755,424
33,936,126
34,144,707
39,090,756
41,410,710
43,573,732
42,738,720
48,562,482
62,706,220
87,555,990
94,944,402
100,605,150


ALL FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Carloads


Florida


Season Production Gross Value
1933-54 139,451 $ 77,156,615
1934-35 140,171 76,733,879
S 1935-36 1Z7,181 87,333,898
1956-37 162,945 107,929,514
1937-38 186,094 94,690,062
1936-39 220,975 102,220,663
1939--10 184,563 93,103,847
1940-41 *" 209,389 112,768,552
19,1-42 200,308 143,278,840
1942-15 224,554# 240,608,979
1913-14 261,197# 294,633,098
194S4-'15 237,972# 302,517,680
NOTES! "Production" figure~ do not include any production which may have been
abandoned, due to quality, condition, low markets or any other reason. "Gross Value"
means the value of the fruits and vegetables at shipping point when ready to be
transported to market packed or unpacked. "Marketing Costs" as used above includes
picking, hauling, p.cking., if packed, selling charges, advertising assessments,
inspection fees, etc. "Not" as used above shows the estimated net to growers before
deducting for interest on investment, taxes, insurance, and depreciation if any.
#O.D.T. regulations resulted in citrus and vegetables being loaded heavier than in
pre-i'1ir seasons.


Season
1933-34
1934-35'
1935-36
1936-37'
1937-3.
1938-39
193 -4 0
1940-'11
1911-42
1942-43
1943--i.i
1944-45


Season
1933-34
1934-355
1935-36
1936-57
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
194.5-44
19,14-45







FL(RIDA ORAPGF, SHIPMENTS. V'.LUATIONIS, N.'JD OTHEP


Records
Estimates
Season
/.LL
ORA NCES

1954-35
1935-36
1953-57
1937-38
1938-59
1959--10
1940-41
1941-42
1:,42--1'5
1 2-44

1944-45


Estimated
Gross FC35
Retur-ns
Flc-rida
Points
Per Box
.1.71
1.85


1. 5C
1.43
1.62
1.G5
i.ci

3.10
3.50


Total
Carload s
Rai lEoat
Shippedz
Carloads
31,7'99
28,215
29,746
57,20ED
46,061
55,697
38,285
42,5)7
1,593
52,257
61,160
49,507


Estimated(i1)
'!ct Return?
to Growers
Rail&Boat
Shipments
Per Box
.)0.3
.50
.90
1.15
.50
.25
.20
.536
.76
1.5C
1.7..5
1.79


Portion,
Carload s
Sh i pped
By Rail
Cars
18,291
1.;,6 15
17,403

51,258
37,380

51,402
40, 44
52,2 67
61,160
49,507


Estimate-d
;iot
Return(l)
Rail & Boat
Shipments
Nit Value
*. 4,712,594.
5,547,2.28
10,5 13,12c,
le ,7C7,6'3
5,-101,61"'
5,3"2 ,-, .
4,26F,365
5,7.,,533
12,C{,>,7 .i0
40,247,65
431,1 0 540
43.901.540


Estimated
Not Return
.11 Oranges
Harvested
and Used
Net Volue
;, 6, '.i?,6.96
,,24G,125
14,050, 125
20,6 1., :1-
0,055,959
6,055,5321
l, 21,*1,.. ;
9,126,65,5
19,912,16
53, C0-1,42
0S0,6.6,352
74.132. 56


Estimated
GrossC FEB
Returns
Rail&Bcat
Shipments
Gross Value
".21,206,673
20,524,743
26,945,552
36,-151,507
2C.,068,575
30.716,124
2S, $13,970
S7,074,020
55,392?,535
7C,225,35C
*'t,5: 5,272
85.841.000


Estimated
Gross Tc -turn a
All Oranges
H'rvest-d
and Used
Gross Value
,25,752,21C
26,352,066
35,34,-552
S4.^, JI ,7 5
3-14,3j,55C

3.3,CC3,015
,442, 100
51,9C4, 5C3
101, 30,
12.,,G7,001
135.655.600


NOTES: (1) Hot return rifter deducting for cost of production which includes fertilizer, SDr!vy ur.tcrials,
cultivating, srra.yins, pruning, etc., but before doducting tixoE, intcrest,duproci-.tion. [2;)Cost of
Production figurcs r.diod to not returns to roweor ".'ill Eshcr. "On Troc" averr. pric-e fr rail rnd beat ship-
monts. (3) Estimatcd figures for "Truckod-Out" and "Cxmncd" stock ar-e wll bansd for la t 10 years. FiFurc-
for "Consurd in Floricd" stock arc rough *estimaTtes bv.sed on supply, price, populrticn, etc.
# Includes 12.L,19. boxes diverted to ot.',or uses.


Records
and Es-
timates
S.-ason
.'.LL
CRAOGES
iC 3 3'-5,
1 -35
1.7.-5-56
1i.3.C.-37
'.37-38
193E-39
1'39-4 0
1940-41
19 l-423
1t :3-43
1i'.3-4.1
1i ',-.15


Cost of
Prod uc-
tion(2)
Before
Pic ked
Per Bo::
$0.-16
.45

.15

.25

.-2
.- "





.50


Cost of
Picking,
Hauling,
Psckinc,
Selling
Per box
.,,0.37




.9G1
1. 5






1.21


.'ith ;Jo.
Rail Haul,
Shipped
by SBoat
Carloads
13, 508
13,370
12 545
13 [26
14,803
18,317
11 15

1,155
None
?!one


Total
Rail
&- Boat
Ship.nents
2oxes
12,.01,563
11,0941 ,':59
11,714,5s:
1-4,E 0,3.05
13,005, 97
21,528,758
1i.,718,368
16,609,621
16,853,616
25,70.,7C.4-
30,511,376
24,526,000


Est in ated
Trucked(5)
out of,
Floor ida
Boxes
2,3522,000
2,891,643
2,510,000
2,560,000
5,-i42, 000
5,175,741
;,376,000
5,720,000
4,099,200
2,715,625
2,155,200
1,455.400


DATA FOR 12
EstL'natcd
Canned(3)
in
Florida
Box.es
61,433
177,937
14-0,000
620,1 85
1,055,599
1,186,6309
1,170,15.:
3,941,261
*4,197,299
6,435,27-1
11,010,&41
14,544,000


'1.^ARS
Estimated
Consumed (3)
in
Florida
Box's
1,306,000
1,425,000
1,500,000
1,7CjD,000
1,600,000
2,000,000
1, 00, O00
2,475,000
2,049,865
2,246,300"
2,522,501
2,475,600


Est iixm ted
Florida
Production
. Utilized
Total Boxes
16,170,990
15,589,039
15,864,588
19,160,788
24,302.896
30,015,207#
25,06; ,702
28,752,089
27,200,000
57,200,101
46,200,000
42,,00,000





FLCRIDA GRAf~Fn~UI i'


Records
Estimates
Season
GRAPE-
FRUIT
1933-34
1534-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
1945-44
1944-45


Total
Carloads
Rail&Boat
Shipped
Carloads
17,514
19,21C
15,196
23,786
16,952
25,047
12,974
19,902
16,813
16,529
18,041
11,742


Portion
Carloads
Shipped
By Rail
Cars
11,340
10,118
8,838
16,142
11,511
17,051
9,160
14,478
16,298
16,529
18,041
11,742


OThER DAT.'FOR 12 Y-ARS


With No.
Rail Haul,
Shipped
By Boat
Carloads
6,174'
8,800
6,358-
7,644
5,441
7,996
3,814
5,484
515
None
None
None


FLCRIDA GRAFEFaUll'


Estimated(l)
Net Returns-
to Growers
Rail&Boat
Shipments
Per Box
$0.29
.08
.61
.35
.35
Zero
.20
.12
.60
1.10
1.00
1.53


Estimated
Net
Return(l)
Rail&Boat
Shipments
Net Value
42,024,756
606,164
3,621,001
3,273,500
2,510,722
Zero
1,022,120
954,777
4,113,906
3,810,0 17
8,964,800
8.965.800


Estimated Estimated
Net Return Gross FOB
All Grape- Returns
"frt.Ilarvested Rail&Boat
and Used Shipments
Net Value Gross Value
$2,591,790 $10,542,693
199,847 9,774,397
5,269,881 11,100,445
4,448,605 13,842,231
2,613,435 10,101,156
-2,099,526 10,2368,785
146,121 7,257,052
514,241 9,627,335
6,439,418 12,341,718
18,153,816 18,661,282
28,461,544 22,192,456
30.343.516 17.580.000


Estimated
Gross Return
All Grapefruit
Harvested
and Used
Gross Value
$13,296,632
13,409,984
15,936,1815
19,731,121
15.,063,803
14,688,400
12,289,942
17,535,152
22,849,773
40,527,501
56,780,588
49.962.240


NOTES: (1) Not return after deducting for cost of production which includes fertilizer, spray materials,
cultivating, spraying, pruning, etc., but before deducting taxes, interest, doprociation. (2) Cost of
production figures added to not returns to grower will show "On Tree" nvoragc price for rail and boat ship-
mcnts. (3) Estimated figures for "Trucked-Out" and "Cannod Stock" are wol] basod for l.st 10 years. Figures
for "Consumed in Florida" stock are rough estimates based or. supply, prico, population, etc.
# Includes 2,588,22b boxes diverted to other uses. Minus sign indicates Not Loss.


ShIPf.NJTS.
Total
Rail
& Boat
Shipments
Boxes'
6,981,916
7,577,053
5,936,067
9,352,859
6,602,063
9,844,986
5,110,591
7,956,475
6,856,510
8,009,134
8,984,800
5,860,000


VALUATIOfNS, AJD
Estimr.tcd
Trucked(3)
out of
Florida
Boxes
684,000
1,107,011
1,028,000
1,283,600
1,233,600
1,472,277
1,000,000
1,559,600
1,042,000
612,807
355,600
205,200


Records
and Es-
tinmates
Season
GRAPE-
FRUIT
1933-34
1934-35
1935-36
1936-57
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
1943-44
1944-45


Cost of
Produc-
tion(2)
Before
Picked
Per Box
$0.39
.37

.30
.36
.30
.40
.35
.40
.35
.40
.40


Cost of
Picking,
Hauling,
Packing,
Selling
Per Box
i.o0.83
.84
.87
.83
.82
.741
.82
.74
.80
.88
1.07
1.07


Estimated
Gross FOB
Returns
Florida
Points
Per Box
,1.51
1.29
1.87
1.48
1.53
1.04
1.42
1.21
1.80
2.33
2.47
3.00


tstim.ted
Canncd(3)
in
Florida
Boxes
2,005,u64
5,603,996
3,760,000
6,685,327
5,793,097
8,395,348
8,800,274
13,870,966
10,142,575
17,584,025
20,445,648
15,136,000


Estimated
Ccnsumed(3)
in
Florida

*-841,62u
075,000
780,000
800,000
750,000
950,000
740,000
1,000,000
1,058,915
1,094,150
1,213,952
1,098,800


Estimated
Flcrida
Production
Utilized
Total Bcx.-s
11,113,200
15,243,360
11,504,067
18,121,786
14,378,760
235,050,835#
15,650,865
24,387,041
19,100,000
27,300,116
31,000,000
22,300,000







FLCRIDA TANGERINE SHIPMENTS, VALUATIONS, AND OTHER DATA FOR 12


Records Total
Estimates Carloads
Season Rail&Boat
TAN- Shipped,
GERINES Carloads
1933-34 35,998
1934-35 35,676
1935-36 5,974
1936-37 5;885
1937-38 4,596
1958-39 6,323
1939-40 4,051
1940-41 4,513
1941-42 3,534
1942-43 7,5382
1943-44 6,179
1944-45 6,847


Records
and Es-
timates
Season
TAN-
GERINES
1933-34
1934-35
1955-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
1943-44
I 1 4-45


Cost of
Produc-
tion(2)
before
Picked
Per Box
$0.56
.55
.55
.50

.45
.50
.50
.58
.40
.65
.65


Portion
Carloads
Shipped
by Rail
Cars
2,657
2,199
2,549
4,046
35,096
4,502
3,315
3,449
3,587
7,382
6,179
6,847


Cost of
Picking,
Hauling,
Packing,
Selling
Per Box
$1i.05
.95
1.10
1.15
1.16
.95
1.06
1.08
1.16
1.55
1.68
1.68


With No.
Rail Haul,
Shipped
by Boat
Carloads
1,341
S1,477
1,425
1,839
1,298
1,821
736
1,064
147
None
None
None


Estimated
Gross FOB
Returns
Florida
Points
Per Box
$1.80
1.66
2.00
1.45
1.86
1.34
2.00
1.68
2.85
2.79
3.70
4.25


Total
Rail
And Boat
Shipments
Boxes
1,501,411
1,461,049
1,581,5397
2,288,254
1,709,973
2,553,332
1,620,345
1,791,824
1,432,144
3,407,401
2,818,782
35,149,000


Estimated(1)
Net Returns
to Growers
Rail & Boat
Shipments
Per Box
$0.19
.16
.35
-.20
.18
-.06
.44
.10
1.11
1.03
1.37
1.92


Estimated
Trucked(3)
out of
Florida
Boxes
243,000
267,706
232,000
430,400
298,000
478,541
437,200
454,800
334,800
400,048
382,800
527,600


Estimated
Net
Return(l)
Rail & Boat
Shipments
Net Value
285,268
233,768
555,489
- 457,646
307,795
- 153,200
712,952
179,182
1,589,680
35,509,623
3,861,731
6,046,080


Estimated
Canned(3)
in
Florida
Boxes


No record
made of the
very few
Tangerines
processed.




3,000


Estimated
Net Return
All Tangerines
Harvested
and Used
Net Value
$ 574,555
409,965
883,889
558,726
320,975
242,481
945,972
219,216
-2,280,955
4,225,464
4,884,190
7,437,192


Estimated
Gross FOB
Returns
Rail&Boat
Shipments
Gross Value
$2,702,540
2,425,5341
3,162,7941
3,317,930
3,180,550
3.421, 165
3,240,690
3,010,2641
-.,091,610
9,.72,575
10,429,493
135,5383,250


Estimated
Gross Return
All Tangerines
Harvested
and Used
Gross Value
35,352,340
3,035,702
3,902,794
4,127,899
3,881,990
1,291,433
I,411,370
*,,415,4-34
5,316,344
11,4356,260
15,041,107
16,296,690


IJOTES: (1) MNt return after deducting for cost of production which includes fertilizer, spray materials,
cultivating, spraying, pruning, etc., but before deducting for to:xes, interest and depreciation. (2) Cost
of production figures added to net returns to grower will show "On Tree" average price for rail and boat
shipments. (3) Estimated figures for "Trucked-&jt" are well b'.sed for last 10 years. Figures for "Consumed
in Florida" stock are rough estimates based on supply, prico, population, otc.
Minus sign indicates Net Loss.


YEARS
Estimated
Consumed(3)
in
Florida
Boxes
247,680
275,000
280,000
300,000
250,000
350,000
200,000
525,000
333,056
392,700
398,418
420,400


Estimated
Florida
Production
Utilized
Total Boxes
1,992,091
2,003,755
2,0935,397
3,018,634
2,257,973
3,381,873
2,257,545
2,751,624
2,100,000
4,200,149
3,600,000
3,900,000





FLORIDA TOTAL CITRUS


Records Total
Estimates Carloads
Season Rail&Boat
ALL Shipped,
CITRUS Carloads
1933-34 53,311
1934-35 51,107
1935-36 48,916
1936-37 66,879
1937-38 67,409
1938-39 87,067
1939-40 55,310
1940-41 67,072
1941-42 61,945
1942-43 76,198
1943-44 85,580
1944-45 68,096


Portion
Carloads
Shipped
By Rail
Cars
32,288
27,460
28,790
453,570
45,867
58,935
41,761
49,329
60,128
76,198
85,380
68,096


1With No.
Rail Haul,
Shipped
by Boat
Carloads
21,023
23,647
20,126
23,309
21,542
28,154
13,549
17,743
1,817
None
None
None


SHIPMENTS,
Total
Rail
& Boat
Shipments
Boxes
20,884,890
20,132,561
19,232,052
26,221,696
26,317,533
33,927,076
21,449,504
26,358,127
25,142,270
37,216,319
42,314,960
33,535,000


VALUATIONS. AID OTH-ER DA r,


Estimated
Trucked(3)
Out of
Florida
Boxas
3,249,000
4,346,360
3,770,000
4,274,000
4,973,600
7,126,559
5,813,200
7,720,400
5,476,000
3,728,678
2,893,600
1,989,200


Estimi ted
Canned (3)
in
Florida
Boxes
2,667,397
5,781,933
3,900,000
7,305,512
6,848,496
9,582,037
12,970,408
17,812,227
14,5539,874
24,022,299
31,456,489
29,483,000


Estimated(1) Estimated
Net Returns Not
to Growers Return(1)
Rail & Boat Rail & Boat
Shipments Shipments
Per Box Net Value
$0.335 $ 7,022,618
.32 6,387,160
.76 14,717,619
.75 19,585,547
.301 8,020,166
.15 5,228,990
.28 6,003,437
.27 7,115,379
.74 18,512,534
1.41 52,567,333
1.28 54,036,891
1.75 58,913,420


Estimated
Net Return
All Citrus
Harvested
and Used
Net Value
110,009,011
8,855,955
20,211,899
24,579,298
8.988.419
. 3,693,314
5,014,792
d,831,653
27,6359,289
76,284,772
'94,032,066
111,913,564


Estimated
Gross FOB
Returns
Rail&Boat
Shipments
Gross Value
9.34,451,906
32,724,487
*:1,206,791
53,611,677
41,370,281
44,446,374
34,341,712
39,711,619-
51,815,921
104,759,215
127,207,221
116,804,250


Estimated
Gross Return
All Citrus
HW.rvested
and Used
Gross Value
42,,401,191
42,797,752
55,189,191
68,838,758
53,285,352
58,646,931
50,365,127
- 64,192,695
80,572,620
153,052,989
.199,688,696
201,912,530


NOTES: (1) Net return after deducting for cost of production which includes fertilizer, spray mrtcrials,
cultivating, spraying, pruning otc., but before deducting for taxes, interest, depreciation. (2) Cost of
production figures addoa to net returns to grovror will show "On Trce average price for rail and boat
shipments. ()J Estimatod figures for "Trucked-Out" and "Canned" stock are -well based for lnst 10 years.
Figures for 'Consumed in Florida" stock are rough estimates based on supply, price, population, otc.
# Includes 2,512,323 boxes diverted to other uses. -


Records
and Es-
timates
Season
ALL
CITRUS
1933-34
1934-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-38
1938-59
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
1943-44
1944-45


Cost of
Produc-
tion
Before
Picked
Per Box
$0.447
.43
.44
.37
.38
.34
.42
.39
.43
.59
.49
.483


Cost of
Picking,
Hauling,
Packing,
Selling
Per Box
$0.87
.88
.94
.92
.88
.82
.90
.85
.89
1.01
1.24
1.25


Estimated
Gross FOB
Returns
Florida
Points
Per Box
$1.65
1.63
2.14
2.04
1.57
1.31
1.60
1.51
2.06
2.81
3.01
3.483


* CD
1-
.J


FOR 12 YEARS
Estirmtedd
Consumed(3)
in
Florida
Boxes
2,475,000
2,575,000
2,560,000
2,800,000
2,800,000
3,300,000
2,740,000
4,000,000
3,441,856
3,735,150
4,134,951
3,992,800


Estirm ted
Florida
Production
Utilized
Total Boxes
29,276,287
32,835,854
29,462,052
40,601,208
40,939,629
56,447,995#
42,973,112
55,890,754
48,400,000
68,700,446
80,800,000
69,000,000






PREI.CHT CAkRLOT I.ELT FROm '1L-ORTA -By Cod.OI IE "ND ':0'TH .O 194 SAO


CONMODITY :Aug.:Sept: Oct.: nov.: Dec.: Jan.: 'eb.: Mlar.:April: 1ay. : June: July: TOTAL :
Oranges : 12: 16: 2516: 5398: 6160: 4985: 6446: 7366: 5390: 2538: 207: 15: 41,049 :
Grapefruit : 2: 318: 1756: 893: 733: 886: 1386: 1108: 1031: 416: 10: : 8,5r4 :
Tangerines : : : : 1091: 1729: 1216: 278: 53: : : : .:.-- 4,370 :
Mixed Citrus : 3: 37: 672: 2214- 2756: 2119: 1408: 903: 657: 514: 19: : 11,102
TOTAL CITRUS 17: 371: 4947: 9591:11378: 9206: 9518: 9430: '778: 3268: 236: 15: 65,055 :
Lemons : 3: 1: 2: 5: 4: : : : : : : : 15 :
Strawberries : : : : : : : 21: 22: : : : : 43 :
Watermelons : 2: : : : : : : : 2: 1344: 6748: 270: 8,366
TOTAL I'71SC. FRUITS: 5: 1: 2: 5: 4: : 21: 22: 2: 1544: 6748: 270: 8,424
Beans(incl.Limas): : : 53: 899: 484: 486: 615: 878: 938: 303: 26: : 4,682
Cabbage : : : : 1: 259: 1072: 1643: 1791: 381: 10: : : 5,157 :
Celery 400: 1395: 2127: 2497: 2104: 2121: 5951 : 11,037 :
Corn,Green 4: : : : 4: 55: 1: 42 :
Cucumbers : : 20: 52: 19: 8: : 71: 504: 312: 2: : 988:
Eggplant : : : 5: 20: -: 10: 1: 8: 37: 91: -119: 13: 304
Escarole : : : : 113: 229: 203: 249: 238: 231: 72: 12: : 1,347
Lettuce : : .: : 15: 53: 70: 9: 5: : : : 152 :
Peas, English : : : : : 1: 40: 9: 3 : : : : 8
Peppers : : : 4: 16: 49: 97: 174: 335: 239: 534: 169: 5: 1,622
Potatoes 1 : : : 193: 521: 567: 1708: 2076: 193355: 67: 2: 7,068
Tomatoes.... : : : : 22: .111: 384: 1172: 1771: 1533: 312: : : 5,305
Other Vegetables : 16: 11: 44: 46: 102: 122: 49: 11: 25: 426
Miixed Car Veg's : : 1: 46: 114: 545: 1297: 1415: 1491: 1349: 664: 144: 18: 6,884 :
TOTAL VEGETABLES : 17: 1: 128: 1237: 2120: 5610: 8118:10902: 9523: 6-134: 944: 63: 45097
!!Oi-CITRUS & VEGS: 22: 2: 150: 1242: 2124: 5610: 81-39:1 '24: :525: 777: 7692 5553: 53,521 :
ALL FRUITS & VEGS: 59: 575: 5077:108353:13502:1416 17657:20.354:1660o: 11046: 7928: 348: 118,576 :


PICK-UP-.EXPRESS SHIP:M-TS FROM FLORIDA STATION'S FOP 1944-45 SEASON!
COi'..'iODITY :Aug.:Gpet: Oct.: Uov.: Dec.: Jan.: F'b.: .r.:Akpril: May : June: July: TOTjaL :
&,{ixed Citrus : 1: : : 65: 326: 430: 544: 596: 562: 146: 21: : 5,041 :
..-ixed Vegetables : 74: 67: 81: 67: 119: 129: 110: 125: 96: 119: 96: 76: 1,148 :
TOThL FR'. & 'vEC-S : 75: 57: 81: 152: 945: 600: 654: 719: 458: 265: 117: 76: 4,189 :

NOTE: Stra-.vberries are straight cars express, no L.C.L. express beinr reported.


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RAIL FREIGHT & EXPRESS CiRLOT SHIPMENTS
(No record of any boat shipments)
1944-45
C3!Ji.ODIT'Y :.Aug.:Sept: Oct.: lov.: Dec.: J. n. : e!.: i" .: Apri il: May :June :July : TOT.AL
Oranges : 12: 16: 2516: 5398: 6160: 4985: 6446 '7366: 5390: 2538: 207: 15: 41,049
Grapefruit : 2: 318: 1756: 838: 735: 886: 1386: 1108: 1031: 416: 10: : 8,5534
Tangerines : : : 3: 1091: 1729: 1216: 278: 5: 4,370
Mixed Citrus : 4: 37: 672: 2279: 3582: 2599: 1952: 1499: 1019: 460: 40: : 14,145
'U'.L Ut JRJS : 18: 3,71: 4947: 9556: 12204 : -6d6:1u'J62:100:26: '744C: 3414: 257: 15: 60,096:
Lemons : 3: 1: 2: 5: 4: : : : : : : : 15 :
Strawberries : : : : : : : 21: 22: : : : : 43 :
Watermelons : 2: : : : : : : : 2: 1344: 6748: 270: 8,366
TOTAL NON-CITRUS : : : : : : : : : : : : :-
FRUITS & MELOHS : 5: 1: 2: 5: 4: : 21: 22: 2: 1344: 6748: 270: 8,424
Beans(incl.Limas): : : 55: 899: 484: 486: 615: 878: 938: 505 26: : 4,682
Cabbage : 1 : : 1: 259: 1072: 1643: 1791: 381: 10: : : 5,157 :
Celery : : : : : 400: 1395: 2127: 2497: 2104: 2121: 393: 11,037 :
Corn,Green : : : : : 4: 5533: 1: 42 :
Cucumbers : : : 20: 52: 19: 8: : 71: 504: 312: 2: : 988 :
Eggplant : : : 5: 20: 10: 1: 8: 57: 91: 119: 13: 504
Escarole : : : : 113: 229: 203: 249: 238: 231: 72: 12: : 1,347
Lettuce : : : : 15: 53: 70: 9: 5: : : : 152 :
Peas,English : : : : : 1: 40: 39: 3: : : : : 83:
Peppers : : : 4: 16: 49: 97: 174: 335: 239: 534: 169: 5: 1,622 :
Potatoes : 1: : : : 193: 521: 567: 1708: 2076: 1933: 67: 2: 7,068 :
Tomatoes : : : : 22: 111: 384: 1172: 1771: 1533: 312: : : 5,305 :
Other Vegetables : 16: 11: 44: 46: 102: 122: 49: 11: 25: 426 :
Mixed Car Vegs. : 74: 68: 127: 181: 464: 1417: 1525: 1614: 1445: 783: 240: 94: 8,032 :
TOTAL VEGETABLES : 91: 68: 209: 1304: 2239: 5730: 8228:11025: 9619: 6553: 1040: 159: 46,245 :
.10!-CITRUS & VEGS: 96: 69: 211: 1309: 22-13: 5730: 3249:11047: 9621: 7397: 778': 409: 54,6 :
ALL FRUITS & VEGS: 114: 440: 5158:10965:14447:15416:18311:21073:17061:11311: 8045: 424: 122,765

Notes: Other Vegotables include straight freight cars as enumerated: Beets 5, Broccoli 12,
Carrots 267, Cauliflower 34, Greens(cx.Spinach) 45, Spinach 18, Sweet Potatoes 44,
Turnips 1. Total 426.






FLORIDA INTERSTATE TRUCK SHIPMENT PASSING 1944-45 SEASON
Actual Check at Eight Road Guard Stations October 1-May 15
Estimated for August and September and May 15 to July 31
COMMODITY :Aug.:Sept:Oct.: Nov.: Dec.: Jan.: Feb.: Mar.:April: May : June: July: TOTAL :
Oranges : 20: 492: 493: 755: 460: 427: 477: 319: 180: 16: 2: 3,641 :
Grapefruit : : 15: 132: 69: 45: 70: 55: 61: 44: 20: 2: : 513 :
Tangerines : : : 1: 210: 335: 180: 81: 11: 1: : : : 819 :
TOTAL CITRUS : : 35: 625: 772: 1135: 710: 563: 549: 364: 200: 18: 2: 4,973 :
Avocados : 90: 80: 58: 58: 21:lcl :lcl :icl : : :lcl : 2u: 327
Limes : 30: 15: 6: 6: 1:lcl :lcl : 1: 1:lcl : 15: 25: 100
Strawberries : : : : :cl : 12: 135: 107: 8: 1:lcl : : 263
Watermelons : : :: : : : : 84: 570: : 654:
Other Fruits : 10: : : : : : : : : : 5: 10: 25 :
TOTAL MISC.FRUITS: 130: 95: 64: 64: 22: 12: 135: 108: 9: 85: 590: 55: 1,369
Beans, Snap : : :16: 194: 211: 399: 402: 455: 696: 4b: b:lcl : 2,126 :
Limas : : : :cl : 4: 10: 27: 36: 17: 25: 15:lcl : 134
Butterbeans 3: 28: 15:1cl : 46:
Cabbage : : : :lcl : 18: 307: 415: 543: 163: 3: : : 1,449
Celery : : 29: 114: 97: 75: 56: 26: 8: : 405 :'
Cucumbers : : : 6: 20:. 23: 19: 9: 40: 172: 125: 30:lcl : 444 :
Eggplant : 5: : 5: 21: 18: 31: 29: 74: 80: 67: 30: 20: 380 : D
Escarole : :3: 11: 6: 5:lcl : 25 :o
Lettuce : : : : : 1: 21: 15: 9: 5:cl : : : 51 : o
Peas,English : : : :cl : 5: 15: 17: 12: 3: 1: : : 53
Peppers : : : 1: 15: 23: 79: 126: 178: 169: 183: 30: 5:. 809
Potatoes : : : : : 13: 63: 154: 302: 255: 80: 5:lcl : 872 :
Tomatoes : 44: 133: 366: 407: 595: 750: 451: 75: 5: 2,826
Corn,Green : 4:lcl :lcl : 2: 14: 71: 30: : 121 :
Field Peas : : : : 1: 2: 1: : : 40: 189: 50: 5: 288 :
Okra : 6: 5: 4: 2:1lc : 1:lcl : 1: 2: 15: 30: 10: 76
Squash :lcl :lcl : 11: 52: 31: 62: 84: 77: 109: 16: 5:1cl : 447
Bunched Vegs. : : :icl : 1: 3: 14: 15: 9: 3:lcl :icl. : : 45 :
Other Vegetables : : : : 2: 8: 61: 95: 38: 9: 9: 3: : 225
TOTAL VEGETABLES : 11: 5: 43: 352: 529: 1574: 1898: 2451: 2246: 1334: 331: 45: 10,819 :
VEGS & MISC.FRUITS 141: 100: 107: 416: 551: 1586: 2033: 2559: 2255: 1419: 921: 100: 12,188 :
ALL FRUITS & VEGS: 141: 135: 732: 1188: 1686: 2296: 2596: 3108: 2619: 1619: 939: 102: 17,161 :
Note: Estimated carload .shipments for May 15-30th: Oranges 71, Grapofruit 4, Beans 15, Limas 10,
Butterbeans 15, 'Celery 10, 'Corn 30, Cucumbers 50, Eggplant 30, Field Peas 80,English Peas 1,
Peppers 50, Potatoes 16, Okra 10, Squash 6, Tomatoes 150, Other Vegetables 4, Watermolons 60.
Shipments for August, September June and July estimated by this Bureau.
lcl means less than rail carload. 9ee pages 26-27.






CARLOT SHIPNE1TS(FREIGHTEXFRESS &- TRUC:) ALL FRUITS VEGETABLES BY IiOITHS FOOR SEASO.i 1944-45
.August l-July 31 .(irucl: Octo'- l-..Or 15 o0-ccpt whore estimated)
COMI.10DITY :Aug.:Sept: Oct.: A!o:.: Dec.: Jan.: Feb.: Ma.r.:April: r.ay : June: July: TOTAL
Oranges : 12: 35: 3008: 5891: 6915: 5445: G873: 7843: 5709: 2718: 223: 17: 44,690
Grancfruit : 2: 333: 1888: 957: 778: 956: 1441: 1169: 1075: 436: 12: 9,047
Tanrge.n4s : : : 4: 1301: 2064: 1396: 359: 64: 1: 5,189
Mixed Citrus : .4: 37: 672: 2279: 3582: 2599: 1952: 1499: 1019: 460: 40: : 14,143
-TOT,.L CITRUS : 18: 4Q06: 5572:10428: 1339: 0396:10625:10575 7804: 3614: 275: 17: -/,06
Avocados : 90: 80: 58: 58: 21:- : : : : : : 20: 3 :
Lemons : 33: 16: 8- I : : : : 1: 1. : 15: 25: 11 :
Strawberries : : : : :- 12: 156: 129: 8: : : : -30:
Watermelons : 2: : : : : : : 2: 1428: 7318: 270: 9,020
Other Non-Citrus : 10: : : : : : : : : : 5: 10: 25
TOTAL MISC.FRUITS: 135: 96: 66: 69: 26: 12: 156: 130: 11: 1429: 7338: 325: 9,793
Beans(incl.Limas): : : 69: 1093: 699: 895: 1044: 1369: 1351: 373: 46: : 6,939
Cabbage : : : : 1: 277: 1379: 2058: 2334: 544: 13: : : 6,606:
Celery : : : 429: 1509: 2224: 2572: 2160: 2147: 401: : 11,442
Corn,Green : : 8: : : 2: 18: 104: 31: : 163
Cucumbers : : : 26: 72: 42: 27: 9: 111: 676: 437: 32: : 1,432 :
Eggplant : 5: : 10: 41: 18: 41: 30: 82: 117: 158: 149: 33: 684 :
Escarole : ~ 113: 232: 214: 255: 243: 231: 72: 12: 1,372 :
Lettuce : : : 16: 74: 85: 18: 10: : : : 203 :
Peas,English : : : : 6: 55: 56: 15: 3: 1: : : 136 :
Peppers : : 5: 31: 72: 176: 300: 513: 408: 717: 199: 10: 2,431 :
Potatoes : 1: : : : 206: 584: 721: 2010: 2331: 2013:_ 72: 2: 7,940 :
Tomatoes : : : : 66: '244: 750: 1579: 2366: 2283: 763: 75: 5: ,131 :
Other Vegetables : 22: 5: 15: 56: 47: 122: 145: 189: 279: 297: 111: 40: 1,32
Mixed Car Vegs. : 74: 68: 127: 183: 472: 1478: 1620: 1552: 1454: 792: 243: 94: 8,257 :
TOTAL VEGETABLES :-102:... .3.. 252: 1656: 2768: 7304:10126:13476:11865: 788L: .1371: 184: 57,064 :
VEGS & MISC.FRUITS-237: 169: 318: 1725: 2794: 7316:10282:13606:1187t:-9316:-8709: 509: 66,857 :
ALL FRUITS & VEGS: 255: 575: 5890:12153:16133:17712:20907:24181:19680:12930: 8984: 526: 139,926 :

NOTE: No record of any Boat movement, but there probably was some to government establishments in
the 'West Indies ani probably some to other places. The total volume_was very small as compared to
to total Florida bo.at movement before the War.
There were some rail shipments of avocados, limes, mangoes, and grapes, but the amount is
unknown, probably not over 100 carload equivalent.






I LORIDA SHIPMENTS BY VARIOUS MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION FOR TEN SEASONS
(These figures have been revised and rearranged and may not agrec or seem to
agree with some previous tabulations. The totals are substantially the same.)

Freight Shipments


1955-36 1936-37 1937-58 1958-39 1939-40


1940-41 1941-42 1942-45 1943-44 1944-45


Oranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines
Mixed Citrus
Total Citrus


Strawberries
Watermelons
Miscl. Fruits
Total Non-Citrus
Beans & Limas
Cabbage
Celery
Corn, Green
Cucumbers
Eggplant
Escarole
Lettuce
Peas, English
Peppers
Potatoes
Tomatoes


13,728
6,619
1,508
5,697
27,552
1,054
35,885
5
4,944
4,611
1,846
7,483
146
759
106
615
324
724
1,178
3,190
5, 27


Squash 250
Other Variety Vegs. 110
Mixed Car Vegs. 2,5z1
Total Veget:.bles 29,730
Total V.gs. & o.'n-Cit E',,74,!
ALL FRUITS & 'VES 32.,2'5
NOTES: Mixed Citrus includes


18,826 26,151
13,277 8,518
2,706 1,980
7,317 7,887
42,126 44,516
1,263 888
4,223 6,679
8 -
5,494 7,567
5,587 5,482
1,487 3,287
83,902 8,270
54 53
515 1,5351
56 26
788 818
519 3555
415 665
920 937
5,393 5,*111
5,4C9 11,4-0
500 350

2,90. 3,31c
3355,12 41,29 '
38,6E6 49,396
,'0. 12 93.912


31,065
15,290
2,817
11,073
58,245
686
35,406

4,092
4,431
1,610
7,696
32
809
23
816
233
186
719
35,767
8,660
300
29
2,1 :r
51,992

9-.529


24,812
6,832
1,896
7,249
40,789
43
4,977

5,020
2,910
4,238
7,769
22
1,153

882
371
270
516
5,116
5,r22
275
25
1,42-
30,19C
55,216
76 .005


27,084
12,135
2,171
6,770
48,160
4
5,028
2
50354
2,700
2,256
8,689
2
981
36
573
235
80
647
5,306
3,6 C70
275
356
1,355-1
24,849
29,U055
7,W..,3,5


34,5374
12,650
1,865
10,062
58,951
5 55


5,565
35,35
3,568
9,119
7
1,181
29
818
147
130
863
5,540
5,035
300

2,115
52,271
37, F36
90.757


43,390
12,258
5,017
13,162
73,827
6
5,565
3,363

5,569
5,943
4,534
8,557
17
461
175
1,003
197
115
1,552
,756
4,3C7
.100
133
5,L,75
35,985
59,3552
113.179


51,405
13,441
35,856
15,626
82,328
22
6,116:
16.
6,154
6,596
6,378
9,349
18
405
246
1,120
207
153
1,805
5,282
4,592
4I00
3C4
5, 55
42, 770
4,924
131,252


41,049
8,534
4,370
11,102
650Q55
45
8,566
15
8,424
4,682
5,157
11,037
42
988
304
1,347
152
83
1,622
7,068
5,305
500
426

45,597
54,021
119.076


oranges, grapefruit, tangerines; usually around 57% oranges, 26% grapefruit, and


17% tangerines. Miscl. Fruits include avocados, Key limes, Persian limes, mangoes, cantaloupes, grapes,
blueberries, etc. Mixed Cars of Vegetables include beans, cabbage, eggplant, peppers, squash, and practically
all other Florida vegetables. Other Variety Vegetables include straight cars of broccoli, carrots, cauli-
flower, greens, spinach, sweet potatoes and some others. The mixed car analysis varies from year to year.
No provision is made by Federal Government for a report on straight cars of radishes and squash which
are shipped each year.


Commodity_


WI






FLCRIDA SHIPI;ENTS BY VARIOUS ;AI:5 OF TRAJSPCRTAfIOIl FGC TE S.kSSO1S (Cont'd.)


Express Shipments


Co.%,modity 1935-56 1936-37 193 7-5 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-13 19.13-14 1944-45
ZX PRESS
Mixed Citrus 1,238 1,44- 1,351 *0* 688 972 1,169 1,177 2,371 .,100 5r041*'
Strawberries 25 8 36 235 180 47 58 55 1 -
Miscl. Fruits 100 100 100 100 75 75 125 175 175 -
Total Non-Citrus 125 108 136 335 255 122 183 230 176 -
Beans & Limas 620 335 243 ? 44 76 45 L-
Tomatoes 7 --
Mixed Car Vegs 982 1,022. 836 550 338- 396 605 1,074 1.283 1 1AR
Total Vegetables 1,602 1,355 1,086 594 464 441 605 1,074 1,2E'5 1,1'46
Total Vegs & N)n-Cit. 1,727 1,463 1.222 929 719 563 788 1,304 ].459 1,148
ALL FRUI'T' & vEGS 2.,965 2,907 2,573 1,617 1,691 1,732 3.965 5,675 4,559 4,189
BOAT Boat Shipments
Oranges 12,5338 13,818 14,797 18,311 8.997 11,189 1,153
Grapefruit 6,355 7,639 5,438 7,992 3,812 5,481 514
Tangerines 1,424 1,837 1,297 1,819 735 1,063 147 io record
lAtied Citrus 9 15 10 12 5 10 5
Total Citrus 20,126 2.,309 21.542 28,134 13,549 17,743 1,817 of any boat
Strawberries 3 -
Watermelons 4 10 25 17 16 shipments during
Miscl. Fruits 5 10 10 10 10 5 -
Total Non-Citrus 12 20 35 27 26 5 (Jar Period)
Beans & Limas 180 219 319 662 211 154 1
Cabbage 71 52 55 20 21 14 1942-4-13 thru
Celery 97 **- 188 230 .535 117 148 -
Corn, Grten 1 19.4-45 seasons;
Cucumbers 77 29 92 86 32 40 -
Eggplant 122 184 250 279 11 35 -
Escarole 2 1 -
Lettuce 2 5 -
Peas, English 3 1 3 1 1 -
Poepers 803 956 1,5,5 1,107 21l 153 6
Potatoes 795 1,377 2,009 1,674 1,178 898 -
Tomatoes 217 161 21.1 114 34 13 -
Squash 25 65 -90 80 80 40 1
Oth-r Variety V3.-,s. 95 155 215 175 171 103 5
Total Vegetables 2,285 5.3,389 5,028 4,535 2.,095 1,609 11
Total Vcs & Non-Cit. 2.497 3,409 5,063 4,562 2,121 1,614 11
ALL FR,.ITS L& '.S 22 r?5 26,718 2, 605 ?2.69C 15,670 19,357 1,828






FLORIDA SHIPMENTS BY VARIOUS MSANS OF TRANSPORTATION FOR TEN SEASONS (Cont'd.)


Commodity


Oranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines
Total Citrus
Strawberries
watermelons
Miscl. Fruits
Total Non-Citrus
Beans & Limas
Cabbage
Celery
Corn, Green
Cucumbers
Eggplant
Escarole
Lettuce
Peas, English
Peppers
Potatoes
Tomatoes
Squash
-- Other Variety Vegs.
Total Vegrtables
Total Vegs .- ;:o.i-Cit.
ALL FRUITS & VEGS


Trucked Out Shinments


1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40


6,275
2,570
530
9,425
250
200
50
500
800
450
400
125
80
60
5
100
125
135
250
450
175
200
5,5355
3,855
15.2 00


6,'00
35,209
1,076
10,685
300
450
100
850
1,000
700
600
150
100
100
10
100
80
175
325
700
200
250
4,490
5,340
16.0)25


8,605
3,084
745
12,434
600
1,000
250
1.850
3,000
2,000
350
300
600
250
10
100
150
600
600
2,000
400
SOD
11,1CO
13,010
2.441


12,939
35,681
1,196
17,816
1,190
990
328
. 2,508
6,075
2,487
684
409
800
620
15
104
295
1,155
642
5,245
478

19,513
21,821
37.637
7*.I~'J.'


11,148
2,546
1,105
14,799
1,228
858
496
2,562
5,020
4,959
1,260
399
1,269
501
257
204
268
936
1,289
5,635
761
7935
?. 1551
23,153
38.712


1940-41 1941-12 1942-43 1945-14 1944-45


14,315
35,899
1,087
19,501
1,075
976
321
2,370
5,485
2,298
1,681
219
1,196
586
203
232
221
1,445
1,068
35,988
560
750

22,411
41.712


10,248
2,605
837
153,690
860
695
250
1,805
6,526
3,539
1,582
200
866
734
116
150
222
1,656
1,116
3,994
538
805
22,0-4
23,849
37.535J


6,790
1,532
1,000
9,322
300
190
110
600
2,400
1,900
360
150
265
300
15
26
20
900
500
1,700
300
4;50
9, 2E8
9,800
19.2C5


5 388
889
957
7,254
164
630
192
986
2,504
2,116
401
190
250
525
7
54
77
865
426
35,190
440

11,706
12,692
19.9.26


5,641
513
819
4,973
265
654
452
1.569
2,257
1,449
405
121
444
380
25
51
53
809
872
2,826
447
680
10,819
12,188
17.161


NOTE: Shipments in packages, pounds, dozens, or units were converted in 1944-45 sjascn as follows: B-ans 600,
Limas 500, Cabbage 25,000 lbs., Celery 370, Cucumbers 450, Eggplant 470, Escarole 450, Lettuce 550, English
Peas 580, Peppers 480, Potatoes 550, Strawberries 450, Tomatcc 500, Okra 500, Squash 50C, Punched Vegs. 2,000
doz, Green Corn 2,000 doz, Field Peas 500, Other Vegs. 500, Avocados 700, Limes 800, W'.atcrnielons 1,000, Other
Fruits 500, All Citrus 400.


m m


M





FLORIDA SHIPMENTS BY VARIOUS MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION FOR TEN SEASONS (Cont'd.)


Total Frei2ht. E~ress


Commodity


Oranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines
Mixed Citrus
Total Citrus
Strawberries
Watermelons
Miscl. Fruits
Total Non-Citrus
Beans & Limas
Cabbage
Celery
Corn, Green
Cucumbers
Eggplant
Escarole
Lettuce
Peas, English
Peppers
Potatoes
Tomatoes
Squash
Other Variety V.gs.
Mixed Car vegs.
Total Vegetables
Total Vegs & Non-Cit.
ALL FRUITS & VEGS.


1935-36 1936-37 1937-38


32,341
15,544
3,512
6,944
58,341
1,P32
4,089
160
5,581
6,211
2,367
7,980
271
916
288
620
424
852
2,116
4,235
6,494
450
405
3,543
37,172
42, 755
101.09.1


39,044
24,125
5,619
8,776
77,564
1,571
4,683
218
6,472
7,139
2,259
9,690
204
644
340
798
421
494
2,051
7,095
6,330
565
485
3,931
42,42B5
48,898
126,459


49,533
17,040
4,022
9,248
79,843
1,524
7,704
360
9,588
9,044
5,342
8,850
354
2,043
526
828
460
816
3,082
8,020
135,681
840
1,065
4,152
59,103
68,691
148.534


Boat and Truck Shinments from Florida


1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43


62,315
24,963
5,832
11,773
104,883
2,111
4,413
438
6,962
11,212
4,117
8,715
441
1,695
922
853
337
482
2,981
6,083
14,017
858
510
3,231
56.,-134
63,396
168.279


44,957
13,190
35,736
8,226
70,109
1,451..
5,831
581
7,863
8,217
9,218
9,1416
421
2,454Z
312
1,140
575..
538
1,693
7,581
8,891
1,116
989
1,815
54,106
61,989
132.078


52,588
21,515
4,321
7,949
86.373
1,124
6,004
403
.7,531
8,384
4,568
10,518
221
2,217
657
776
467
302
2,255
5,272
7,680
875
998
1,750
46,940
54,471
140.844


45,775
15,769
2,849
11,242
75,635
918
6,260
375
7,553
9,862
7,107
10,701
207
2,047
763
934
297
352
2,525
6,656
9,029
839
894
2,718
54,931
62,-841
138.119


50,180
13,790
6,017
15,533
85,520
361
3,553
285
4,199
8,343
6,434
8,917
167
726
475
1,018
223
135
2,252
5,256
6,067
700
583
5,047
46,343
50.542
136 062


1945-44 1944-45


56,793 44,690
14,330 9,047
4,813 5,189
16,726 14,143
92.662 73.069
187 306
6,746 9,020
383 467
7,316 9.793
9,100 6,939
8,494 6,606
9,750 11,442
208 163
655 1,432
771 684
1,127 1,372
261 203
230 136
2,670 2,431
5,708 7,940
7,782 8,131
840 947
1,025 881
7,138 8,257
55,759 57,564
63.075 67,357
155.737 140.426


NOTE: No boat shipments reported due to War restrictions, but there might have been small amounts to the West
Indies and some perhaps on Naval vessels or Army Transports, if any in Florida -mters.


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ALL FRurs & iSGS.


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Page 26
TRUCK SHIP WETS OF FLORIDA VEGETABLES AMD NON-CITRUS FRUITS
BY WEEKS FOR 1944-45 SEASON
(Rail Carload Equivalent)


Cab- Cel- Egg- Esca- Let- Eng. Pep- Pota- Toma-
Date by Weeks Beans Limas bage ery Cukes plant role tuce Peas pers toes toes

Oct.1-7 ICl
E-14 1
15-21 3 3 5
22-28 10 5 2 1
Oct.29-Nov.4 11 5 3 1 icl
5-11 45 4 4 5 5
12-18 64 4 7 4 15
19-25 45 6 5 lcl 3 13
Nov.26-Dec.2 49 cll 1 6 4 1 5 21
3-9 58 2 3 lcl 8 4 2 icl 1 8 50
10-16 44 1 2 8 5 3 Icl 2 5 1 32:
17-23 33 Icl 3 9 5 6 lcl icl 4 6 34
24-30 52 1 7 9 3 2 lcl 1 3 5 19
Dec.31-Jan.6 53 2 35 17 4 5 Icl 3 1 11 13 59
7-13 75 1 57 17 4 6 Icl 7 2 13 14 57
14-20 85 3 70 19 4 6 icl 4 4 16 11 78
21-27 121 3 87 39 4 11 1 5 7 30 16 95
Jan.28-Feb.3 107 3 101 41 5 7 9 4 4 20 17 127
4-10 110 7 109 28 2 5 4 4 4 23 35 95
11-17 105 7 106 26 2 5 1 3 6 26 43 98
18-24 98 7 101 19 2 5 2 5 4 39 41 112
Feb.25-Mar.3 97 8 114 20 3 17 Icl 3 3 58 58 .103
4-10 116 8 120 22 2 14 Icl 4 1 43 64 84
11-17 114 9 131 13 4 15 Icl 2 4 39 85 122
18-24 85 10 123 13 10 18 1 1 3 32 66 156
25-31 100 7 117 15 -23 20 4 1 3 34 58 188
Apr.1-7 120 4 87 14 39 19 Icl 1 1 30 58 153
8-14 100 4 52 15 34 235 cl 1 1 41 45 170
15-21 93 4 16 14 39 17 2 1 34 69 185
22-28 77 .4 8 11 .51 17 1 1 51 73 200
Apr.29-May 5 25 5 2 8 40 15 Icl 52 41 171
6-12 10 9 1 7 "34 17 68 24 134
13-1.6 2 3 Icl 2 9 8 27 8 37

Total Above Z107 112 1453 586 365 294 24 51 55 724 851 2598

Total by Weeks 2102 109 1452 386 360 295 24 51 51 723 850 2596

Total by Mos. 2102 109 1449 386 363 296 24 51 51 723 851 2596

NOTE: LCL means less than rail carload.
NOTE: Converted into pre-War rail carload equivalent on basis of: Beans 600 bu; Limas
500 bu; Cabbage 25,000 lbs; Celary 370 crates; Cukes 450 bu; Eggplant 470 pkgs;
Escarole 450 pkgs; Lettuce 550 pkgs; English Peas 580 bu; Peppers 480 pkgs; Potatoes
550 pkgs; Tomatoes 500 pkgs.








Pago 27
TRUCK SHIPLMEf'S OF FLORIDA VEGETABLES AND NON-CITRUS FRUITS (Cont'd.)
BY WEEKS FOR 1944-45 SEASON
(Rail Carload Equivalent)


ir. Squ- Bun. Oth. Tot. Avo- Straw- W. Oth. Tot. Grand
Date by Weeks 3orn Okra ash Vegs Vegs Voes. cados berries Limes M..el Fru. Misc Totil

Oct.1-7 1 1 Ici 2 8 ]cl 8 10
8-14 1 2 Idcl 4 15 lcl 15 19
15-21 1 4 lcl 1-. 19 2 21 35
22-28 1 4 Icl lcl 21 16 2 18 39
Oct.29-Nov.4 icl 5 icl 1 24 12 1 13 37
5-11 1 21 Icl Icl 73 17 2 19 92
12-19 1 13 lcl 1 109 17 2 19 128
19-25 1cl 15 icl 2 E 7 cl 7 96
Nov.26-D.c.2 Icl Icl 11 Idc 3 101 7 2 9 110
-9 1 Icl 10 1 1 126 10 Icl ]0 153
10-16 2 Icl 8 Icl 1 114 6 1 7 121
17-23 ic 4 Icl 1 10- 2 1cl 2 105
2-1-3: 4 1 1 10 2 Icl 2. 110
Dec.51]-Jan.6 lcl 1 11 3 5 22:S lcl 1c1 Ic 223
7-13 icl 33 3 8 27?: lcl 1cl lcl lc 277
14-20 Icl Icl 11 3 16 350 ic Icl lcl 3350
21-27 icl 16 3 18 ,156 icl 4 Icl 4 460
Jan.28-F2b.3 lcl 22 22 4.92 lcl 14 IcY 14 506
4-10 .cl 19 .. 26 .75 Icl 30 icl 50 505
11-17 1c 1 hl 2 2 4 23 477 44 icl 44 521
18-2- Icl 20 4 19 4 7' i0 Icd 40 516
Fcb.2.5-.'ar.3 1 i 22 3 30 b54- 31 Icl 31 575
-10 cl 13 2 10 505 Icl 57 I1c 37 540
11-17 cl Icl 14 2 11 565 28 1 29 594
18-2.; ci d1. 16 2 4 540 ic1 19 Icl 19 559
25-31 1 icl 25 1 41 01 8 Icl 8 600
.pr.1-7 Icl ld 352 1 3 562 5 5 567
8-14 Lcl 1 31 3 5 5?-. 1 1 2 526
15-21 2 1 29 1 8 515 2 lcl 2 517
22-23 10 1 16 Icl 26 5-17 Icl I1c Ic1 lcl 54',
k.pr.29-'ay 5 18 2 7 Icl 49 ,4, icI ic1 I icd 4355
6-12 16 2 5 Icl 56 383 icl icl 12 lcl 12 395
15-13 8 1 1 1cl 35 139 icl Icl lel 12 Icl 12 151

Total Above 58 15 437 42 356 9956 138 265 1' 24 Icl 439 10395

Total biy weeks 61 16 436 44 .88 994i4 138 263 15 2: Icl 440 1058O.

Total by Mos. 61 16 -45 45 388 9947 138 262 16 24 Icl 440 10385

:IOTE: LCL means lejs than rail carload.
NOTE: Conv&rted into pro-Var rail carload equivalent on basis of: Green Corn 2000 doz:
Okra 500 pkgs; Squash 500 pkgs; Bunched Veg:-tables 2000 doz; Other Vegetables 500
pkgs; Avocado., 700 pkgs; Stra'.'-bcrries 450 pkgs; Limes 800 pkes; Watermalons 1000
melons; Other Fruits 500 pkgs.






Page 28
Page 2 InrERSrAr'E TRUCK DISTRIBUTION. FLORIDA cirrU 19L4-45 SEASOI:

Destinations Oranges Grapofruit Tangerinds Total Citrus
Alabama 300 52 57 538
Arkansas 1 ic ic 1
Connecticut. 1 Icl 1
Delaware 22 4 4 50
Dist. of Columbia 122 17 28 167
Georgia 1,564 196 275 1,33
Illinois 72 22 102
Indiana 82 6 27 115
Iowa 11 Il 1
Kansas 1 1 2
Kentucky 11 1 9
Louis iana c I1 5
Maryland 14 15 200
Massachusetts 1 Ide IdI 2
Michigan 26 1 12 3
Minnesota Idc Ic
Mi3s issippi 37 1 4 42
Missouri 17 10 21
Noujraka lol 2 2
New Jersey 5 2. I 7
Now York 57 10 9 7
North Carolina 45 51 10 592
Ohio 52 5 6 41
Oklahoma Icl ic1
Pennsylvania 88 9 2. 121
South Carolina 405 61 72 541
Tennessee 95 15 17 117
Texas 4lcl 1 1
Virginia 161 50 61 272
West Virginia 34 5 8
"Vis cons in 4 1 2
Out of State 9 1 2 1
Florida, Northwest Sec. 186 25250
-Grand Total .3,712 531 844 5,087

INTERSTATE TRUCK SHIPMENTS BY WEEKS
1944-45 SEASON
Carloads of 400 Boxes
Weook Week
Ending Oranpes Gfruit Tang's Total End in Oranges Gfruit Tang'.3 Total
Oct. 7 78 115 Feb.10 112 15 25 152
14 122 M2 154 17 121 1 25 161
21 107 20 127 24 98 11 15 124
28 1M9 31 Icd 170 Mar. 3 10 16 8 128
Nov. 4 10 25 7 162 10 10 14 5 12*
11 140 18 22 180 17 123 1 1 13
18 110 1 50 173 24 100 1; 1 114
2 00 l1 84 178 31 100 12 1 113
Doc. 105 13 5 177 Apr.7 77 13 lcl 90
9 165 1 8 '259 14 85 12 1 98
16 260 '14 10 32 21 77 9 Icd 86
25 265 10 117 392 28 67 9 Icl 76
30 16 5 7 28 May 5 55 6 lid. 61
Jan. 6 101 16 49 166 12 46 7 ? 5
20 13-- 13 4 leil
2 106 15 175 13-15 15 7
27 110 18 154
Feb. 3 105 15 2 142 Total 3,524 490 818 4,832
Does not include destinations to Northwest Florida.
Soured: Federal-State Market News Service, Winter Haven, Florida.







RAIL DISTRIBUTION FLORIDA CITRUS
For 194-15 Season


Oranges Grapefruit


Alabama
Arkansas
Colorado
Connecticut
Dela-ware
Dist. of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Idaho
Illinois
Ind iana
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisia:na
NME ino
;!arylnnd
'.:as sichusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississi ppi
Mis .'our i
. n tan a
Nobraska
;3 v Hampshire
New Jersey
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklanhom
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Isla)nd
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
?ex as
Utah
Vermont
Virrinia
',as h in ton
'Vest Virginia
'.iscons in
;7yomi-ing
Destinations not spoo.
Canada

TOTAL 3
(hot incl. in above total)
Savannah, Ga.
Pjtersburg, Va.
Richmond, Va.


946
91
2
671
22
81
1,16



656
3,9
120


81
2







1
16
15


1,251



21
2,573




5, 09582
1,220
16
21
1,095
6
347
246

320


80

82
261
2
182






3

32
10


6

338
1
217
21
1,110
72
56
2




34
286


Tanoerines


53
21
6j
59
39
300
87
1
37
11
117
209






801
62



18
-









89
65


Page 29


Mixed
Citrus

477

125
b
1 2






28





7
17
174

1
491

1, 17
102
52
520
2

438
226
4o

180


Totals Totals
7TUI75 195-14
1,556 1,88
100
23 1
943 1,0 1
1,3 90

1,9 3 2,168
2,626 5,972
909 1,D93
109 19




7 31,1

50 1,1


151 11
1,903 2,603
3,732 6,08?
2( 119
62 72
3,171 10,40
1,8 1N
6 13
1,901 2,60Q
3 416

1,721 1,60

374 5
2,239
1,551 -


9,0o1 7,857 4,165 10,451 61,514


63
148


79,638


3 9O3,08
93a 90


Noto: The above tabulation arranged from data supplied by H. F. Willson, Foderal-
State Citrus Market N3ws Reproesentativo in Lakeland, Florida.






Page 30
VOLiUME OF FLORIDA CITRUS TRUCKED THROUGH
STATE ROAD GUARD STATIONS AIiD PATROL
FLORIDA STATE DSPrVRT''EiJT OF AGRICULTURE

Eight road guard inspection stationZ were m'iinteincd on all roads leading
out of Florida or into the northwestern prt of the State. where all trucks carrying
citrus fruits were checked from Octob-r 1, 1'-44 to IAsy 15, 1945 for proper inspection
papers, inspection and advertising stamps and fruit itself. All stations were manned
by sufficient inspectors to operate shifts twenty-four hours daily. Regular station
inspectors were supplemented by patrol men who were on duty at ,ill tines to maintain
contact with stations and to ree that no trucks carrying citrus fruits evaded station
inspection. In addition, these inspection stations and the road patrol were impor-
tant factors in assisting with the administering of the Federal-State Marketing Agree-
ment by exercising vigilance regarding re-tricted fruit and furnishing daily records
of truck movements to the Growers Administrative Conmittee.


STATION
LOCATION

Wilcox
Branford
Ellaville
Suwannee Spgs
White Spgs
Lake City
Hilliard
Yulee

TOTAL

STATION
LOCATION

Wilcox
Branford
Ellaville
Suwannee Spgs
White Spgs
Lake City
Hilliard
Yulee

TOTAL


High-
way

US 19
Fla 5
US 90
Fla 50
US 41
Fla .82
US 1
US 17


Carloads of 400 Boxes


ORA NGES
40-41 41-42 42-45-:-44 44-45


2023
76
437
469
2746
112
1808
6644


1086
72
258
201
1978
60
977
4869


037
14
188
22
1441
9
637
2274


655
8
79
9
986
6
413
1578


14315 9501 5522 3712

TANGERINES
40-41 41-42 42-43143-44 44-45

114 77 155 120
2 4 2 1
20 15 27 17
50 23 3 2
191 143 266 271
9 5 1
123 74 98 64
598 498 441 369

1087 837 990 845


GRAPEFRUIT
: 40-41 41-42 42-43:-43-44 44-45

349 145 122 82
13 11 3 2
94 53 32 20
113 48 4 2
732 395 204 121
77 12 1 1
459 221 98 51
2062 1575 421 251


3899 2460 -


885 530


TOTAL CITRUS
: 40-41 41-42 42-43*43-44 44-45


2486
92
551
611
3669
198
2390
9304


1508
87
326
872
2516
75
1272
6942


1212
19
247
29
1911
10
833
3136


835
11
116
13
1378
8
528
2198


19301 12798 7397 5087


Converted to cars on basis of 400 boxes to pre-War rail carload to maintain
same comparative basis with pre-War conversions. Actually 497.3 boxes should be the
conversion factor for 1944-45 season to obtain freight rail carload equivalent.
Freight loadings were 499.2 boxes in 1943-44, 491.3 boxes in 1942-45, 406.1 boxes in
1941-42, and 390.1 in 1940-41. Whether or not freight car loadings will ever average
as low as 400 boxes per car is a question which remains to be answered.
The above passing include West Florida destinations, which are mostly
intrastate in character and not credited to interstate movement.

* Road Guard Stations were not open during 1942-45 season.

The above arranged from data secured from the Citrus Inspection Bureau in Winter
Haven, Florida.






Recapitulation of- Number of Carloads (equivalent to'rail carloads) of VEGETABLES, STRAWBERRES, AND VISCELLA-
IJEOUS FRUITS, moved from Florida via Motor Truci-s from October 1, 1944, to May 15, 1945, inclusive, through
designated Highway Gateways, as reported by Road Guard Inspection Stations of the Florida State Department of
Agriculture.

(Compiled by a private agency from Daily Market Reports of Florida State Marketing Bureau.)
White Suwannee Lake Ella-
Yulee Hilliard Springs Springs City Wilcox Branford ville Total
State Road 3 4 2 50 82 19 5-A 1
U.S. Road 17 1 41 90
Beans-Snap 1,176 118 361 1 6 383 LCL 57 2,102
Lima 65 7 10 LCL 24 2 108
Bi.tter 7 1 2 7 LCL 17
Cabbage, Lbs. 730 132 409 1 LCL 123 LCL 54 1,449
.Celery 201 26 77 LCL 1 72 LCL 9 386
Corn, Green, Doz. 21 2 27 LCL LCL 9 1 61
Cucumbers 219 14 60 LCL LCL 60 1 9 363
Eggplant 99 7 42 LCL 1 127 LCL 17 295
Escarole 26 LCL 1 7 LCL 55
Lettuce 26 6 4 LCL 1 15 1 51
Okra 10 1 1 LCL 3 LCL 16
Peas-English 21 5 6 LCL LCL 18 LCL 1 51
Field 30 7 23 LCL 80 3 143
Peppers 309 21 90 LCL 2 262 LCL 38 723
Potatoes-Irish 223 62 286-. 5 1 201 LCL 72 850
Squash 171 30 86 LCL 3 127 LCL 18 456
Tomatoes 1,173 214 702 5 10 430 LCL 61 2,596
Vegetables, nun, Doz. 17 7 11 8 LCL 44
Other egetL les 145 11 33 LCL LCL 27 2 218
Total Vegetables 4,669 6.71. 2,231 12 25 1,981 1 345 9,944
Avocados 94 5 9 1 LCL 21 LCL 8 138
Limes 12. LCL 1 1 LCL LCL 16
Strawberries 220 .2 31 LCL 9 1 263
Watermelons 15 LCL 5 6 LCL 24
Miscellaneous Fruit LCL LCL LCL
Total Non-Citrus Fruits 341 7 44 1 LCL 37 LCL 9 441
Grand Total 5,010 678 2,275 13 25 2,.018 1 554 10,385
Note: See page 20 for the State Marketing Bureau truck figures which amount to 10,385 rail carloads through
May 15, based on conversions used before the vwar regulations increased rail loadings. Estimated novenent
for period August 1-July 31 is 12,188 for vegetables and miscellaneous fruitsand 4,973 for citrus.






Pago 32


CARLGAD MinID.:U.3M
R.R. 4aoquiroments
1941-42


Min.
Number
Pkgs.


Est.
.Ygt.
Pkgs
Lbs.


Car i oc"a
Curloa.
M in.
Wgt.
. App.rox.


Container


3Jans, Snap
rincs 3


Cabbage



Colory.


Corn,Groon


'2ucumb'rE

Eggplant

Es caro lo
Lottuce,
"


Okra


Peas
12 ppers


Squash


i' onatoas
Cauliflowur

Strawbcrrian

Orane os
"-r-/9 Bu.)
Grc'ruit
L rt75 "Bu.)


Bu. Hprs.
Bu. Hprs.
L.A. Crts.
B1k
l3y Bu. Hprs.
Howard Crts.
St.Nailed Crts.


Std. Crts.
SBu. Hprs.
Bu. Bskts.


(1-N Bu.Crts.
S(Bu. Hprs.:
1 Bu. Hprs.

Ico. L.A.Crts.
Bos. EIL. Crts.
Bos. 1 Bu. Hprs.
Bu. Hprs.
Bu. Hprs.
(1- Bu. Crts.
* (Bu. Hprs.
100-1b. Sacks
Bu. Bskts.
Bu. Crts.
Bu. Hprs.


Lug Boxes
li- Bu. Crts.
Exp.
36 Pt.Crt' IFrt.

Nailed Crts.
zl/B Crts.
Nailod Crts.
W/B Crts.


O.D.T. Roquiremorit:
192 -43


Con ta inner


572 35 20,000 bu. Hrrs.
4166 43 20,000 Bu. Hprs.


264 91 214, 00
214,000
422 57 214,000
351 57 20,000
282 71 20,000


L.n.Crts, S.*
50-ib. j'.icks
Bylk or 3'.ci:s
1-r Bu. Hprs.
Crts.10jx16x'22


331 65 2i,00u Std. Crts.


1422 57

600 0O


2, 000
2!i,000
21|,000
24,000


Bu. Crts.

1i Bu.Cres.


407 43 17,500 21- Bu. Hors.


272 59
6,0 25
1445 36


16,000
16,000
16,000


L.A.Crts. SB
EfL.Crts. *
1, Bu. Hors.


541 37 20,000 -
541 37 20,000 Bu. Hprs.


26
46
298
500
518


20,000
20,000
0,000(
0,000
30,000


li- Bu. Crts.

Any Sacks
Ba. Crts.,otc.


435 46 20,000 Bu. Hprs.
556 36 20,000 Lug Boxes
409 49 20,000 -


62 6
400 90
400 90
400 90
400 9o


17,000
12,000
15,000
36,000 (Nailod Crts.
36,000 ( C;/B Crts.
56,000 i(Nailid Crts.
36,000 (W/B Crts.


Carload
1,1in. Ezt. :Min.
::mb o r 'gt. "Itt.
Pkgs. Fkgs. Approx.
Lbs.
60 35 22,400
520 43 21,500


316
6.00
L25


28,750.
20,00(2
30 002
24,225


)32 57 2L.62h



52S 54 23,512

480 53 27,8040

150 43 19,350


316 59
720 2O
* 45o0 3


18,64
18,000
16,200


572 37 21,164
480 147 22,560


300 100
53/60


30,000j,
31,500.


520 46 25,920
700 36 25,200


70 100 7,0ooo00
$25 93 8,8525
470 91 ,770
525 3- 4,575


-1 Box


l(8M0ld Sp3 4/5 Bu.956
800 .45 36,000(;(/B Box 4/5 Bu. 800


-Also Escarole, Endive, and Romaine. # Actual minimum pound load.
3ubjoct to correction and revision 9/20/4. **Stationary Bunkers.
The foregoing tabulation is composite of a weights and package per car statomont
shown in our 19L!1-42 report together with information secured from tha Growers and
3hippors Leuguu, Orlando, and from O.D.T. orders. The information, we believe, is
substantially correct. Thu writer has had nood for this information in compact form
for quick r'rjronco and prepared the tabulation for Bureau use, but it is here for
you if you desire to use it. It may need slight revision.


L6,800
56,000






CARLOAD ".I!IMU..S
O.D.T. Requirements


Beans,Snap


Container
Bu. Hprs


Lir.as Bu. Hprs.
3eets L.A. Crates
Cabbage L.A. CrVs, SB**
50-lb.sacks
Bylk or sacks
l1 Bu. Hprs.
Celery rioward Crts.10x16x22
Nailed Crts.10x16x22


Min.
Number
Pkgs.
640


Est.
Wgt.
Pkgs.


20
142
16
500
425
832
.12


Carload
Min.
Wgt.
Approx.
25,040

20,800
30,000
28,750
25,000
30,000
21,225
29,376
29,576


Pago 33


O.D.T. Rotuirements
19.!t-45


Container
Bu. Hprs.


Min. Est.
Number Wgt.
Pkgs. Pkgs
6240


Bu. Hprs. a20
L.A. Crates 58
L.A. Crates 16
50-lb.sacks 500
Blk
ly Bu. Hprs .425
Howard.Crts. 432
St.Nailed Crts 432


Corn.,Greer.
Cucuribers
Eggplant
Escarole
Leti.uce, Ice.
, Bos.
" B0os.


Peppers
potLatoes


Squash
To.miatoes
Carrots
Csuliflow'r
Turnips


Std. Crts. -
Bu. Crts.
-1 Bu. Crts
1- Bu. Hprn.
L.A.Crts. SB**
3EL.Crts. *
1i Bu.Hprs. *
Bu. Hprs.
Bu. Hprs.
1- Bu. Crts.
50J Sacks
10O- Sacks
Bu. Crts,otc.
Bu. Hprs.
Lug Boxes
LA. Crates
1i Bu.Crates
L.A. Crates
36-Pint Cratos


528 54 30,096 Bu. Crts.
480 57 27,360 1i Bu. Crts.
450 43 19,350 1-1 Bu. Hprs.


316
720
450


22,4356
18,000
16,650


L.A. Crts.
EL.Crts.
1-; Bu.Hprs.


640 34 21,760 Bu. Hprs.
572 34 19,h44 Bu. Hprs.
480 48 23,040 1 Bu. Crts.


6oo 51 30,000
298 102 30,000
518 61 351,500


520 49
700 36
380 8
371 81


50, Saoks
* 100} Sacks
Bu. Crts.


25,480 Bu. Hprs.


25,200
30,000
253,040
30,000


Lug Boxes
L.A. Crates
1 Bu.Cratos
L.A. Crates


528 54 30,096
480 57 27,360
450 43 19,350


316 71
20
50 3


22,435
18,000
16,650


640 34 21,760
572 34 19,448
480 43 25,040


600 51
298 1
518 61


50,000
20,000
51,500


52o 49 25,480
700 36 25,200
N8 R0 2,220
S 8 23,040
358 81 28,998


- 36-Pint Cratos


RTfri:ra'tor Cars (1)


1-:.,5 Bu.)
Grarefruit-
(l-5/5 Bu.)


Nailed Crts.
(W/B Crts.
(Nailed Crts.-
(W/B Crts.


Tar.erinos' (ailed Bo, +/5 Bu.
(W/B Box 4/5 Bu.


458-478 according
505-525 size car
458-478 according
505-525 size car
912 according
800 size car


(1) Short Cars 33 'ft carry the minimum.


Nailed Crts.
W/B Crts
Nailed Crts.
W/B Crts.


453-541 according
505-600 size car
458-541 according
505-600 size car


W/B Box B/5 Bu, 912-936
./B Box 4/5 Bu. 5550
* Nailed 1-5/5 Bu. 70- l1


according
siz ,,C-ar


* Also Escarole, Endive, and Romaine. ** Stationary Bunkers.
The foregoing tabulation is composite of a weights and package per car statement
shovm in our 1941-42 report together with information secured from the Growers and
Shippers League, Orlando, and from O.D.T. orders. The information, we believe is
substantially correct. The writar.has had need for this information in compact form
for quick reference and prepared the tabulation for Buroau use, but it is hire for
you if y3u d3siro to use it. It may nood revision and correction..October 3, 1945.


Carload
Min.
Wgt.
.Approx.
23,040

20, 00
5'o0,430
28,750
25,000
24,225

29,376





Page 34


CARLOTS
Florida
Counties


RAIL FREIGHT SHIPmENTS BY COUNTIES
1944-45 SEASON
(August 1-July.31)
:Oranges:Grape-:Tanger-: Mixed : Total :Beans &:
: :fruit :ines :Citrus : Citrus :Limas :


Alachua
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Citrus
Clay
Dade
De Sote
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Hamilton
Harde'e
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough:
Holmes
Indian River:
Jackson
Jefferson
Lake
Lee
Levy
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
Sarasota
Seminole
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Washington
Straight Cars
Pick-Up-Exp
GRAND TOTAL


Collier omitted but there were no shipments above from


98:
':J

1295:
58:
21:

23:
424:

609:
4:






250:

106:
1910:
1314:

581:


5240:
953:


57:
1597:

2:
9960:
148:
2:
471:
477:
12698:
263:
53:
1546:
51:
1106:
1:



788:

41049:

41049:


5:


564:
4:


9:
6:

32:








1:
400:
59:

1159:


500:
127:


127:
60:


544:
19:
5:
106:
1127:
26561
10:
15:
104:

874:


21



8534:

8554:
-19:
85:4


Beets :Broccoli:Cabbage:
___ : : :


18:




40:

151:







6:

180:
146:
50:

16:


5853:
:

: 5

44:


1105:
14:
1:
140:
58:
1586:
48:

74:

91:




210:

4370:
4370:
4570:


7:


506:
3:
2:


185:

110:
I





41:

.65:
264:
132:

500:


1596:
39:


35:
254:
1:

1866:
63:
44:
127:
440:
3237:
118:
9:
785:

364:




509:

11102:
3041:
14143:


115 i


2583:
65:
23:

32:
655:

902:
4:






297:

352:
2720:
1555:

2056:


7719:
260:


224:
1955:
1:
2:
13475:
244:
52:
844:
2102:
20177:
439:
77:
2509:
51:
2435:
1:



1328:

65055:
3041:
68096 :


160:



896:


200:











1:
1







15











20:

5365:






6
2
8
1:






4682:

4682:
same.


*
:




*
*
*
*
*
*


*
:
:
5:
:
















*
:



















!
*



















*
*

*
51

5:
:*
*
:*
:*
:*
*
*
*
*
*




* *




*
*
5:
*
:
*
*
*




: *
*
.
*



5:


1 :





:
:



:1
:
:
:








12:


-12:
1: :


76:



21:

61:
65:


1:




198:


71:


135:


6:

:

71

379:
42:
2:

596:

1500:


82:
50:
109:
361:
947:
2:
59:


9
227:

5157
"157





Page 55
RATL FREIGHT SHIP?7NTS BY COUNTIES
1944-45 SFASON
CARLOTS (August 1-July 31)
F)orida :Carrots:C.uli-:Celery: Corn : Cukos i Egg- : Es- iGreens :Lettuce&:
Counties : :flower: : Green : ; plant :carole : :Romaine :
A]achua : 212: 1 189: 1: : 1 9:
Bay : : :
Brad ford : : : 5:
Brevard : : : : : ::
Broward : : : : 3: 38: : 26:
Citrus : :
Clay : : : ::
Collier : : : :4:
Dade :
De Soto : : : : : :
Dixie : : : : ::
Duval : : : : :
Escambia : : : : : : : : : :
Flagler : : : : 4: :
G ds.en : : : : : : : 7: :
Gilchrit : : : : : : 5: :
c : : : : : : : 22: : :
H r.ilton : : : : : : :
H i-dee : : : : 81 : : : :
Hr:idry : : : : 3 22: : 34:
H rnando : : : 11: :
Highlands : 4: : : :
HilIsborough: : 21: 16: 1: 91: 106 : 19:
Holnes : : : : : : : :
Indian River: : : : : :
Javkson : : : : 92: :
J f-rson : : : : : : : : :
Lake : 22: : : : : :
L: : : : 45: 27: : : :
Levy : : : : 1: 6: : :
M.Adiison I : : :
M-rnatee 1: 13: : 17: 28: 329: : 481
M: rion : 5: 7: : 7:
,M rtin : : : : : : 4 :
Oke-chobee : : : : : : :
Orange : 220: 1 5553: 83: : 101: : :
Osceola : : : :
Palm Beich : 20: : 3335: 1: : 74: 494: : 5:
Pasco : : : : : : :
Pinellas : : : : : : : : : :
Polk : : : : : : :
Putn'm : : : : : :
S-i asota : : : 2088: 1 8: 9: : :
Sminiole : : n 4853: 31: : 3: 388: 1: 30:
St. Johns : : : : : : : 4:
St. Luci : : 1: : : 11 :
Sur.te'r : : : : 2951 : :
Sm.arinee : : : :
Ta lor : : : :
Union : 1 : : : : : :
Vlusa : : : :
Wasj_ ington _I : :
St.'ight Cars 267: 54: 11037: 42: 988: 504: 1347: 45: 152:
Ft,. -U.-y : -: :'p-: -: -_: -U -1
GrtAND TOTAL : 267: 3-1: 11037: 42: 988: 304: 1347: 45: 152:





Page 36


RAIL FREIGHT SHIPMENTS BY COUNTIES


CARLOTS
Florida
Counties :
Alachua
Bay
Bradford
Brevardi
Proward
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duva l
Escambia
Flagler
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades :
Hamilton :
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands :
Hillsborough:
Holmes
Indian River:
Jackson
Jefferson
Lake
Lee
Levy
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
Sarasota
Seminole
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Vplusia
Washington
Straight Cars
Pick-Up-Exp :
GRAND TOTAL


Peas :Peppers:


English!


:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
85:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
85:
.
85:


75:



590:















6:



484:






71:


5:
2:
1:

20:

129:





:79

4:
156:






1622:

1622:


1944-45 SEASON
(August 1-July 31)
Pota- :Spinach: Sweet :


! toes


307:

1:

35:

32:

2019:


2:
66:
444:








21:
10:
8:




327:


1:

18:

40:

1581:


12:
369:
17:

1949:




2:
7:
7068:

7068:


:
:
:
:
:
:

:
:
a
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:

,




:
:
:
:
18:






:
:
:
:
:
:



*
-' s
18:

18:


:Potatoes -


44:
:*
:*
*
*
:*
:*
:*
:*
*
:*
:*
*
*
:*
:*
:*
*
:*







:




:

:
:
:*
:*






*
44:


Toma- :Turnips:
toes .& Ruta.


1048:


183:
2347:


16:







35:
4:


214:

62:



51:


514:
8:

68:


142:








610:
5:






5305:

5305:


1:


Nixed
Veo's


152:



,595:


1:
433:


7:







63:
.8:

32:
465:




6:
235:


136:
274:
53:

208:

1585:



5:
8:
724:
48:
20:
76:






6884)
114fl8:
8032









: Total :
-:Vegetables:


Page 37
RAIL FREIGHT SHP1EHNTS BY COUNTIES
1944-45 SEASON
(August 1-July 31)
Lemons: Straw-iWater-: Total : Total Vegs
*:berrics:nelons: Non-Citrus:& Non-Citrus:GRAIrD TOTAL:


Alachua
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Brovard
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escimbia
Flagler
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Hamilton
Hard ee
Hendry
Hernando
Hignlands
Hillrborough:
Hol-mes
Indian River:
Jackson
Jefferson
L--ke
Lee
Levy
'.adison
. ';natee
.thrion
.T -rtin
Okeechobee
Ora ~n;e
Osc?ola
Pil-n Beach
P3sco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
Sarasota
Seminole
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Sumte r
Suwannee-
Taylor
Union
Vol]usia
Wasnington :
Straight Cars
Pick-Up-F.xp
GRPJ.ID TOTAL


CARLOTS
Florida ,
Counties


1234

6 :

5252

93
218
5064


27
66
451
7 :
5 :
220
8 :
185
143
12
57
1574
8 :
. 62
98

97
758
14 :

1471
560
. 28
68
1644

1193.4


94
704
2239
6476
2948
656
590


12
227
7 :
45097
1148 :
46245 :


:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
40:
:
:
.
:
:
:
:
:
:
':
:
- :
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
43:
-:
43:


1053:
3:
2:


10:



2
8:



1:
1083:

RO:
80:





39:
12:
1:74:

423
1179:

348:
616:

784:


18:


39:


12:

2:


398:
726:
7:

7:
140:
8366:

8366G


2 :

398
726
7 :

7 :
140
8424

8424 i


1053
7








4 :
8:



1 :
1083

80




.82
12

15741
423
1179

548
616

784


18


39

12 :
12:


2287 2
3 :
8

5252
10
93
218
5065
4 :
8 :
27
66
451
8
1088
220 :
88
185
143
12 :
57
1656 :
20
62
1472
423
1276
758
362 :
616
1471
1144
28
68
1662

11914
39

10G
716
2239
6476
2950
656
988 :
726
7 :
12
234
147
53521
1148
54669


2400
6 :
8 :
2383
5317
33
93
218
5097
659
8 :
929
70
451
8 :
1088
220
88
482
143
364
2777
3211
20
2118
1472
423
8995
1018
362
616
1695
3099
29
70
15137
244
11966
883
2102
20283
1155
2316
8985
3001
3091
989
726
7 :
12
1562
147
118576 :
4189 :
122765 :


15:





Page 38
FRUITS A:.D VEGETABLES


COUJLTY ACE2AGE SEASONS 1935-4h


A-1D 1944-b5


Florida
Counties

Alachua
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
DeSoto
Dixie
Escambia
Flaglor
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades 2
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River s
Jackson
Jefferson
Lake
Loe
Leon
Levy
Madison
Manatee I
LMar ion
Martin
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Boach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole 2
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Sumter
Suwannoe
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Washington
Miscellaneous:

Total


Snap Beans


19245-k 1i94-45:
950 800:
250 125:
20,500 19,800:
-2







300 200:

350 250t
-3
200 50:
0 150:
150 150O
00 350:

5 -0
-~-S







100 100:
100 250:
800 500:
700 600:
750 100:
50 10
62,500 52,100:

50 50:


300 150:
-:

5-0 75:

0- 100:

850 300:

96,500 80,500:


Lima Beans


19


Cabbsae


453-L,4 1 :L-45
1,000 1,100:
200 o100:
100 150:



50 -:
150 150:
-2








100-:
100 100:
-- -:5











250 400oo:
150 150:


1,950 2,250:






300 300:


50 50:

100 50:

4,5oo 4,800:


1943 -U
250
150
200
400


0oo
200
G
loo

1,000
2 j

200

1,000
100
150
300
1CoC
500
50

600

100
-o






300
1,100
100
6,500

500
,5 00
500
2 00



50

4oo


23,500


Sna Beans- T --"


hoc




600
20C
3
5
-



70C
100
350
10C

PC
100

5oc
50


10C
100

50C
5o

800
1, loc


hoc
1,500

25C
2,40C
50
20C

15C
30C

15C

17,500


! Colery :
1 41 19-4l1-45-
: 100 150:
2 -:

J -:
: -.
: -.
: .:












: -325 950:
5 -:

-:













: -.
: -:
: -.
: -:
: -:
: -:
: 2:









: 200 100:
: 250 200:



: 5,5oo -,:25
: -:



: 1,200 1,500:
: 2,lO0 ,o50:



: -.

): -:
: _.


: 91900 1,0500






FRUITS Ai:D VEGETABLES


COUNrY ACREAGE SEASONS 19L,3-Lh


Page 39


AND 1QL0-L5


Florida
Counties i

Alachua
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
DeSoto
Dixie
ZSscwabia
Flagler
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Hamilton
Hardna
Hendrv
He'rn~hdo
Highlands
HiTlsborough
Hec l mo s
I::dian River
Jackson
joLff'rson
uoe
Leon
Le vy
..ud'-son
..Ianatee
a.arion
'art in
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceala
palm Beach
P 3C o
i'i:,l lc3
Pol::
Fut n.m
S:l nt' Rosa :
3-,rasota
St. Johns
St.. Lucie
3':-mto r
r-',lor
Jniorn
Volusia
'.Vashin-ton
Aiscelfan;ous:


rotnl


Escarole


19L3 -44
1,200
150
1 C;
;too
1003



loo

53






.100
600
100

3 9 5
100

200

350

375

1lo
50
200o
250

50

175

275
6100
.J


6,5300


19Lh-U5 :
2,000:
150:

500:
Soo:
-:
-I
-I


50:






)400:
-s







25:


-i

100:
200:
300:
-:





100:
25:
100:
22:

150:

350:

50:

150
-:










100:
500:
50:

150:
-:










75:

7.700:


19


1.3-" 194 -4 5
150 150:
20
500 475:






--:
-p


100:

175 100:
100:

425 350:
25 -:
-:

80 100:
500 375:


S75 1O


125 25:
500 700:
--z



25 -:
25 -:

150 125:
100 150:




75 100:


3,500 5,250:


Ens~1i~h Poas


194-: 19 1944-4 :
-t 100 200:


12)


-:



















600 475:
75 50:

175 225:
1,000 1,600:



100:
400 350:






10 -

2,350 2,000:


Cucubar II=9 4 npLhPa


Cucumbers


E aplart


-'

















100 200

-1
-
w




150
100 100:
-
-1











50 50i
2,000 1,8001

-3



100 100:







50
2,500- -2,6 :






Page 40 FRUITS AND VEGETABLES

COUNTY ACREAGE, SEASON 1943-bh AND 1914-45


Florida
Count i es


Alachua
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
DoSoto
Dixio
Escambia
Flagler
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Hamilton
Hardeo
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Ho lines
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lake
Leon
Levy
Madison
Manatoo
Marion
Martin
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Finellas
Polk
Putnam
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Sumter
Suwarnnee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Washington :
Miscellaneous


Total


: Luttuoo
:Boston & Romaine i


--
--
--

--
--



--

--
--
--
--


--






--

--


--
--
--
--
--
--


-:


-:





-1:
-1
-:












-:

-:
-:0
-:1
-:

-:
-:
-1

-:0
-:
-:1
-:
-:
-:
-:
-s
15:
-:1
-:

-:
--

-:
.-:
75:

-:


-:
-:
-40 :


: 1,100


12


Lettuce
.Iceberg


)4-44 194i-5,









50 -:






400 300:





150 175:








200 25:
~-:














25 50:


25 25:

300 325:



50 50:


50 25:







100 25:


1,350 1i,00:


.Peppors


1


43-I 19"4-451
300 600:
50 4o0:

2,500 3,000:



25 -


'25 25:







300 225:
25 -:


1,225 1,850:

40 -:

100:
500 375:



1o00 15:
125 -

A0 1:5"

25 75:
1,350 1,500:


150 200:




225 17:
450 50:




310 50:


8,950 9,350:


SPotatoos
19L3--h 19-45:
1,600 2,000:
100 100:

100:



150 100:
S50 500:
6000 -65:

50 loo






CO-s
1,7400 800:
2,600 2,000:

















.100 100:
5 0:
--








400 oo00:
-OO=
















3,500 6,300:


150 50
2,050 2,850:
2- -.
















50:



28,600 31,100:
:


- - -I ^ 1 _





Page 41


FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
CDOUITY ACREAGE, SEASONS 1943-14 AND 194-45


Florida
Cou-:ti9S

Alachua
Bradford
Brevard
Brow-ard
Colhoun
Charlotte
Ci trus
Collier
Colur.bia
D-.de
DeSato
Dixie
zscambipa
Flagler
Godsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Hamilton
H!rdeo
Rcndry
H,rnmndo
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
JacL-son
Jefferson
Lak ?

Leoy.
o!ad'ison
!.?.nat ae
:.:arion
:-:rrt in
Okeechcbee
Orange
Oszeolc.
Paln Boach
Pasco
Pinellas
Put .a:.
S3nta Rosa
Srasrota
Seminole
St. Johns
Jt. L.Aie
Ju'-iter
,:,!or
tsylorL
Union
Volusia
'Washington
?!isce llanoeou3


Tot-l


Tomatoes


2 Total
i V trb ltnhl


I 1943-h" 19j-U451 19W3-44
S 100 751 5,7
: .150 100: o
S 3 0 200 50
5,000 5,000: 29,N00
: 500: loo0
: 100 -: 100
-: 950
* 600 1,175: 925
: : 200
: 12,000 15,000: 23,250
250 125: 525
S -: 700
: -: 53,6OO
: : 500
: -2 -
200 -: 1,950
: -: 200
: 1,0o- 1,025: 2,525
Lo -: 75
S -: 150
: -: 1,300
1,850 1,250: 5,975
: -: 50
: 90 575: 1,1o5
": -

: 50 325: 2,05
1, 00 50: 3,85 0
S -: 250

2,650 2,225: 5,975
500 150: 3,700
: 50 250: 1,800
: -. : 0 O
: 225 75: 5,825
* -: 150
1,150 2,100: 8L,750

: 100 100: 1,000
: : 3,600
S : 50
4 00 100: 2,400
: -: 6,775
: -: 10,00
: 5,050 2,500: 4,450
: 1,500 1,250: 3,600

~ -: 200
-: 600

S h25 150: 2,660

: 3g,900 32,500: 223,950


Cantaloupes


19Q3-U4

50


19,L-45'



29,0 5:
500:

700:
,4oo
-5:


800:
2,900:
030:
00:
900:
500:

20:
9-5:


5007-

2,775:
300:
25;

2,375:
1,335;
1,775:
77,275:
-

850:

9,00:


S50:


1,50;


1,075

204, 550:


T I


1944-45:
100:
25:



-:





-:



75:

-:






-:


100;

150:
-:
-:
-:













25:



25:
500
-:5
-:
-:
-:

-s
-:
-a
-:
-s
-:




-:
-:



500:


:
s


Strawberrios
193-4q4 1)LL-45:
-z
125 200:



-


100 100:






150 200:
-

600 1,100:








25 25:
-I
-2
-2














25 25:
-2















200 200:





50 75:




125 125:

1,400 2,050:


2Do






-
-OO
-
-




-


-o





Page 42


FRUIT3-AN:D VEGETABLES
CO.QlTY ACREAGE,. SEASONS 19h4-)4 AND 19414-5 -


Florida
Counties

Alachua
Bradford
BrevarJ
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbin
Dade
DeSoto
Dixie
Escambia
Flagler
Gadsdon:n
Gilchrist
Glades
Hamilton
Hardoe
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough.
Holmou s
Indian Rivor
Jackson
Jefferson
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Madison
Manateo
Marion
Martin
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach-
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Sumter
Suwannee
Thylor
Union
Volusia
Washington
Miscellanoous:


Total


2-,000
100

700
100

100




2,200
1-0
-0
100
Go

2,500
S50
2,500
~0




100
600
2;000
2,000

100

500
100
100



50
1,300
2,800
.100
50
600
150


25,500


..%944-45
3,O00
100
100
1,000
100

300

100


50c
3, 5,50
300
100
100
5)
300
100
,000
1,200
6,500
150
100
1,200
3,000
100
53,00

100
100
500
150
100


50
2,100
5,100
50
100
5o
1,000
150

39,000


%Va term ado"


: Total
a Miscel. Fruits
, 1925-41 .1944-45
: 2,000 3,100
, 275 325
) 100
) 7QO 1,000
: 100 100

100 300
100 100C
) 100

: 50 50
: 2,200 3,500

: 50 75
s 200 200
: 50 100
S luO 5C
1 900 i,4oc
S 150 -
: 100
: 2,500 5,000
: 00 1,200
: 5,500 6,50C
S: 00 150
: 100 100
) 600 1,350
: 2,000 3,000
: 25 125
: 2,200- 3,150

: 125. 125
: 100
S 500 500
:50




: 50 100
1,400 2,200
l 2,800 5,000
S 100 100
S -0 50
6 100 1,000
325 3 0C0

: 27,450 41,55C


I Total Vegetablas:
:&. Miscel. Fruits a Orani

S7,750 10,575: -
: 1,25 1.00, -
570 250: 11,310
' 29,400- 2,175: 2,510
a 800 1,500: -
: 100 -: -
: 100 100: -
: 950 700: -
925- 1,400: -
I: 00 525:
S25,50 253,00: 2,760
525 350: 6,530
: 100: -
700 800: -
S3,000 2,700: -
: 550 550s -
: 2,200 3,o000: -
1,950 900 : -
550 375: -
S2,725 2,675 8,550
S 925 525: -
250 p00: 1,510
: 1,500 925: 8,9d00
0' 6,875 6,900: 16,090
200 50: -
s 1,165 725: 4,770
: 2,500 5,100; -
1 800 1,200: -
S7, 555 8,275: 23;630
: 5,950 2,850o 35270
: 100 100: -
> 850 1,600-
: 2,000 3,025:
2 6,000. 5,ooo0 4,520
I 5,900 6,02c: 8,800
s 1,00 1,335: -
: 3,9 0 2,900: 32,670
50 100: 4,270
i 84,750 77,375: -
: 500 500: 6,280
-: 7, 0
: lo00 1,200: 5 0
S3,700 4,500: 270
S 50 -: -
2,400 2,200: 2,-510
: 6,775 6,075: 6,530
S10:4oo 9,350o:
: ,500 ,450 : 8,0o0
: 5,000 5,275-
2,800 5,o50:
:00 o. -0
: 650 500: 12,320
600 1,050: -
2,985 1,375: 9,820

: 251,400 246,100: 251,340


ges
19414-45:
-s
-2
11,2 0





2,820:
6,6 60:





8,720:




4,870
-s
24,100:
3,330:
-:
-:








-:

2,61o0
8,970:
-:












4,360:

7,180:
55,650:
360:




8,200:
-:
-:
.:


-3











12,560:

10,000:

256,340:





Page 4.7,Z


FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
COUNTY ACREAGE. SEASONS 19L53-hh AND 19)q-L5


Florida
Counties

Alachua
Bradford
Brovard
Droward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Colunhbia
Dde
DeSoto
Dixie
Escambia
Flagler
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Himilton
H' rd-e a
Hendry
Herncndo
Highlands
Hiilsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
.Jefferson
Lake
Lee
Leon
Lovy
Ileadison
;Ianatee
l.1irion
;.:artin
Okeechobee
Orange
Oscoola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Fin-allas
Po lk
Putnm
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
St. Johns
St. Lucie
S umt e r
Taylor
Union
Volusia
,Washin.ton
Miscelr1crous

Total


Grapefruit


95,190


Tanrerines


19L5-14


5,800
290





,00







950
S580
,570

6,760

7,10
c,050


5,140o
7&0

3,900
950
1,520
8,280
8 R












27,610
480



,1407



1,h30


194-h5:
-I
-s
5,840:
290:


-:
-:
-:
-s
-I








960:
580:


6,820:

7,200:
5,070:
-:
















5,180:
-s
-:














77-:0



90:
1-:
9670:
180:






















4,510:



1, L.0:
2,9io60
-:96,000
-:
-:

9,070:
-:
-:

-:
--






-:



-:



-:


194 3-4







5 5







656
820
520
1,218

515

1,914
117
-9













S,oU
5985








820
890



1,920
750

23 ,L19


I


194L-15:
-I



5.8










656:
820:
8-20:
1,218:

515:

1.
-:

















17:



598


565:





820:





1,920:
750:
2,-: 19:
-:

-:


-:


-:





--
-:


-:
-:
-:






23, h19."


Citrus i


Total



15,778






,<75





10,156
2,710
14,190
21,203
12,045

52,714
6,157



9,958

53961h
5,805
8

,976
ME
6













,- 0

17,05o




15,670
15,150


19 4-45:

1 -: 88

-:




,15008











21,568:
2,9205:
-:
-:
-:6


-I








10,56












16: 18:6
88,o2o:
21,5600:
-:

















12,20:
-:
-:





1,o6:?
--





















15,210:

575,759:
-:


Grand Total
19L3-W 19 -Lh5:
7,750 10,575:
1,725 1,090:
16,148 16,090:
52,29h 32,119:
800 1,500:
100 -:
100 100:
950 700:
05 liOO:

loo:
9,000 8, 6:
00:
700 800:
3,00 2,700:
550 >5c- :
2,200 53,00:
1 ,*50 000:
175:
12, 1 15,011:
925 525:
2,Q0 5,0OLO:
15,90 15,525:
28,0-5 28,468:
200 50:
153,210 12,950:
2,500 5,100:
800 1,200s
o ,26 4159:
10,587 9,>67:
100 100s
850 1,600:
2,000 ,O025:



,955 6,005:
8 ,1 7, 7 7 ,0 7

8I,907 90,127:
9,082 9,972:

o50 -10
10 9,b50:
17,900 17,o50o:

800 5,0 0:
6 0:
0o 6 ,0:
16,20 16,h20:
30 1,0500:
16,135 I,5253:

621,3h9 621,859:


369,9h9





Page Ui FLORIDA VEGETABLE, STRA'.BERRY AIND WATERIELOIN ACREAGE
BY COUNTIES AND SEASONS
Source: U. 3. Agricultural Statistioians, Orlando, Florida.
1942-3 : 1945 -44 1944-45
I ZL".I n .p Total: EFa.U 2L.L. .SX_ Totil: Fall Win. 'Total
ALA"CHUA :
Buann 150 1000 1150: 150 800 950: 50 750 800
Lirma 1]00 11400: 1000 1000: 1100 1100
Cabbage 1 * 100: 200: 400
Celery 100 100: 100 100: 150 150
Cucunmbrs 900 900: 1200 1200: 2000 2000
Eggplant 50 75 125: 50 l00 150: 50 100 150
Lettuce,Boston : -
Peas,English 100: 100: 200 200
Pep.er3 200 200: 300 300S 600 630
Fo',it:oo3 1700: 1600 1600s 2000 2000
Toriatoos 2 0 Q- 2QQ 00 1. l
Total Vecs 277) J =d7; 6025: -7'0 20 5o00 1o00 07 1
Cantaloupes -I 00
Gran, Total -0o W -- ^ 25200 7 00: 105 ~ 6775 10575

3AKER
Potatos 100 -
BKADFORD
Bean: 50 250 300: 50 200 250: 25 1'0 125
Limas 300 300: 200 200: 100 100
Cobb-ge 50: 100: 150
Cucumbers 200 200: 150 150 150 1
Peppers 50 50: o0 0
Potatoes 250: 100 100s 100 100
Tro.mr-.toos ..125 _1_2 150' 15~: 100 .100
Total VeFs. 50 375 1225: 50 850 1000: 25. 590 765
Cantaloupes 0: 25
jtrawborrios 3 500: 125;: 200
'Jat3rmolon __5 10 10
jrannd Total 50 375 1575: 50 850 1275: 25 590 1090
BRVAJRD
Cabbage -. 130 : 53
Eggplant -: 20 0 -
Toma-toes 50 -__ _. 10: 100 -___ 250 _350: 100 _100 200
Tot.il V.g. 50 50 100: 120 250 520: 100 100 250
BRO.iARD
3eans 3500 8700 600 12800:oo00 15500 20500: 2200 1760:' 198 3
Lim s 300 30 100 100: 150 150
Cbbg 500: 5
Cucuimbers 100 103 200: 500 100 630: 20) 203 Oj
Eggplant 200 25 225 : 00 530: 50 225 200 Y75
Peppers 150 200 2150: 2200 300 25 70: 100 2200 700 5000
Potatoes 400: -
Tomatoes 15.0 _- ) 500 r-5-000 200 LQO c- 50C5
Total Vears. 360 12650 925 17625: 550' 23500 300 29500: 2750 27675 l00 29073
".', t-j rme lon -. 100
CALHOUi
Cucumb-rs -: 100 lo00 500 50u
'.Vatermolons 300: 700 1000
CHARLOTTE
Tomatoes 100 100: 100 100: --
CITRUS
VWatermelons 100: 100: 100
C 4AY
Cabbage -: 750 600
Potatoes 150 1500 00 0 i
Total Vez&. 1 0 900: *






FLORIDA VEGETABLE,


age U45
STRA'.BERRY AND WVATER!.SLON ACREAGE BY COUNTIES AlD SEASONS (Cont'd)


1942-11
Fall WYin. 3pr. Totul: Fall


COLLIER
Lima
Cucuimbers
Eggplunt
Poppers
Po ttoea
Tot'a'too3
Total V9L2.


-
150

-
-00
d:)[)


COLUrI &IA
Crjbbace
Cucumbers
3a terrm lons
Gra.-:d Total
DADE
Beans 50
Limas
Cabbage *.
Cucumbers -
Eggpl ant-
Leatuc, Icobqrg
Pu powers
To:a toos

Total Vus. 1^S
S3trawberri's -


Cucumbers
Pe opers 50
Poh&toes *
Tomatoes
Total VoP. 75

ESC;CIBIA
Potatoes93


--
75
50o
-0 -


-I -
225:, oo

50: 25
-- -

Tm 1 727


19L3-Ul


Win.

50
-
-
95



*
*


9


4000
150


50
50

-
-


-




100
-




75


-75






-22


-I
-I
.)0;


150:
150:
200:


75:

00:


-:


: *
1 O0


- L500
- o50


- 50

- 6000

* 2^b00
* S


150
-15
=50


25
-


19U -h5


Spr. Total: Foll .Ain.


-
100



=05








100
50




150






2 _0
50


50: -
200: 0
-: 275
25-: -
2: -


100:
-!



6 oo.


50,

501,
-
6000

73150:
100:


Spr. Total


-0


-


50
4)QQ


* 2 *
- 25


- 3000
50
- 60




- 6500

2 0


100:

25: 25
150: 50
5 50-


700 700:


-
100




200
0oo0
*


50

100

50


- 800 800


FLAGLER
C8bb(-ao
P-s, nglish
Pota to3s
Total V--3s.


I


9


GADSDEN
Boanns
Cabuag -
'.at ?rmalons
Grand Totctl

GILCRiSR13
Eg-plant
*'Wat--rnm lorIo n
GLDE3S
Beans 100
Cabbage *
Lettuce, Iceb rg -
Tom too s
Tot A V of-,. lO'j

HAMILTO;
Ca nbbI p e
Cucu-ibrs-
CarntPloupos
'Wtqrme lons
Gr:iid Total


500

5o)


500,
25:



500,

50:
55o:


v 9001


175



*T7


150
20 J
o53


250: 200
2 0: 0
355: -
-Tb; ju


--. 9

S 250:
35 100:
5 50:


9 9


9 S


2
r


500
*5

50)3


900:.
00 -

L 00: :


500:

700:


... 100
9 2a300 *


550
-, 50


- 200: 50

- 00 -50


S 1 100:
100 1001
- ._ _2O _:
S 100 550:


9 .~O00


200


200


700
20-0,

I ju J


200
100

- 5


- 100
* 5500


300
-


4


200 250
'
5,


*
*
'9
'9
*


100
75


included in Miscollunoous


Indicates that if thre- wvjr.- any- small acr)a:'3 it was
Count i-3s.


c1O
5-
2oo




200
25-



5000
150 ;o




6500

1500
100


100
--1.2





Page 46
FLORIDA VEGETABLE. STRAWBERRY AND *'.ATERIJLON ACREAGE BY COUNTIES AND SEASONS (Cont'd>.
1942--3 .1943-44 19L4-45
FU.l Ain. _Srs. Total! Fall fin. p .I Total: Eall in.L 3Xr. Tot I 1
Boins 50 200 250; 50 150 200, 50 5
Cabb 100: 1I00: *
ucumbers 75o 4D00 11: Loe 200 600, 325 500 8 5
Eggplant 125 25 150 150 25 175, 100 oo
5-ppers 500 500: 300 00, 175 50 22
Potatoes 150: 100 100 100 100

Strawberrioc 1 400; 4 1 200
.6jtermrolons 1 "-o0: __1 T .
QrunLI- Tota1 1 7d5 2 07 03 5:o 102 T1o7 275
HEINDRY
EBkuns 200 200 1oo, 50 50: 50 100 150
Cabbne 200: 200: 50
Cucumb-rs 100 75 175: 50 50 100, 25 25
Poppers 50 50: 25 25: -
Tom .3tos g-- 00 ;, -
Tot.il V.as. 2T50 7 1 ,1 L50 7751 -77
a termelons 1 * 00: b 50: 100
HERNhIA[NDO
Poans 500 500, 150 150o 10o 150
Eggplant 50 0 100
Watermelons ___0: ___'S 15
Grand Total 500 500:, 150 250: 50 200 300
HIGHLANDS
beans 250 600 850: 500 100 600, 200 200 150 550
Limus 50 5 100 100 -
Cribb-o 50 100 100
Cucumbers -: 5 50 50 50
Egplant -, -: 25 25
PoE tods ..-J" : -.-2--- r" ..___- ._L5"2:__ _-_ 0 _2;^
To.al V y[.s. 250 600 1100, 650 250 1000, 200 203 L25 925
:iILLSBOROUGH
be-n3 50 300 850: 50 300 850: 50 200 250
Limas 100 100: 100 100: 100 0
Cabbage C:* 509 ? 3 0 1
Cucumrr E'rs 25 100 125 25 5 :-
Eg-plant 100 100: 7 350 5s 50 300 50
Lettuoo,tceb-irg 250 250 150 1500 175 /5
Peas,:nglish -: 100, 200 200
Peppers 50 300 850; 75 1150 1225: 50 1300 1350
Potatoes 250: 400 LO: 200 200 400
Tomatoes 50 1500 18: 300 1550 350 100 1150 0
T7rto vors, 475 25u 30Loj 4725: 525 550 4300 5375: 375 575 41OO 5500
Strawberries 1000: 600, 1100
Watermelons 100: * _00 500"
Grand Total 475 250 3400 5825, 525 550 4300 6775: 375 575 4lOO 6900
HOLES
Potatoes 100 50 50 50 50
Watermelons 100 150 -
INDIAN RIVER
Beans 100 100, 50 50 o100 -
Cabbage -: 50: 50
Cucumbers 75 75, o 50 00oo -
Eggplant 25 25 -- -
Peppers -, 40 40, -
Tomutoos 100 00 6001 0O 500 9001 175 50 55 350
Total Vees. 175 600 775 55 600 1215, 175 50 350 625
Watermelons -. -. 100
JACKSON
Cucumbers -: -1 100 100
Watermelons 1500: 2500, 5000





Page 47
FLORIDA VEGETABLE, S3RA.'iBERRY A::D wATERLELON ACREAGE BY COOITIES AJND SEASONS (Cont'd).
19L2-h3 19.L3-L : 19LL-45
Fall /.i. Spr.. Total: all Lina. Lr. T2tal: tiLl r.i -r.
J4FFERSON_
":.t.rmernlons 200: 4 800% 1200

Beans 500 300: OO 00: 350 550
Cabbge 500 00: 00
Celery 50 50: 50 225 25: 50 -0o 50
Cucumbers 100 100: 200 200: 200 00
Egzplnnt -: 30 50 80: 100 100
Pevcers 50 50: -. 100 100
Fotatocs 100: -: ~0
Tomatoes - 2 500 S -0 _L. 50: 25. -12
Total VQI"s. 50 1000 1 50s 80 50 1375 1905: 25 50 1l00 1775
Cantaloupes 50: -
*.ater na Ions __* ,. 2000: 0- -- 2
Grand Total 50 1000 3500: 80 50 1375 7'05: 25 50 100 8275

Cucumbor3 &s0 50 500: 300 0 350: 150 150
plat 200 20 L00: 200 200 OO 75 250 3
Fo apes 300 50 250: 400 100 500: 100 25 37)
FoUto3s 100: 1ILO 1400: 1200 1200
Tomtoos _100 5 92- 5: '100 300 _120 1100: 51 U 300 lL5S
Total v.,rsz 1250 550 3300: 1400 1700 650 3750: 475 2025 200 2700
Wateor.elons 4 100 100: 150
LEOi_
iiaturne l ons 100: 103: 100
LEVY
3. 3ans 50 10 150: 50 50 100: 100 100
Cabbage 0: 100;: 100
Cucumb-.rs -- ---)-. "- 0 1 -QO
Total V _s. 5 100 I e0: -5J 103 .25 7:
istr clons 200: 4 600: 120O
Intaloupes -.: -. : 00
itmD I SON
Cucubrs 25 25
;Ya ornm lons 500: 2000: 3000

Beans 330 350: 100 53 150: 250 2
Cabbago 0* 0 600s * 6 .0: 10 0
Celer" 22 100 325: 150 10: 100 100
Cucunbars 2 100 125: 75 700 "5: 50 50 100
Eggplant 153 130 -0:27 00 5 50 100 1
Escarole L 0: : 5
Lettuce,Boston 00: '" i>: 1 0
Iceberg 300 75 375: 100 100: 2 25
F3us ,English -. ~ -: \ 0 i
Peppers 200 50 250: 300 100 h0O: 50 .0 50 1
Pota toes t 200 : 100 100: 50 50 100
Toristoas 00Q -. 2: 6lL __. 20'210 Q 127 0n.A,
To 305 00 I V223 IL: T20 50 2550 5oL5: 525 45 X5 7>
Strwberri s 100: 25: 25
Wat-ernleons -: -. 100

Beans 300 00 1200: 500 500 ,00: 200 00
L imas NO 400: 250 2 3: 0o
Cabbage v 100: v 1 >,: *
Color, 250 250: 250 R--: 200 200
Cu ur ers 600 600: 15) 225 225
Eggplant 100 100: 200 5 2 100 25 12.;
Escarole 3: 5
Lottuce, Boston 0: c55 : 1 5
Icob*.r 75 25 25: 50 -
Pouas,English "- 100: 100 100
Popp rs 203 200: 150 13 : 25 200 25
CToui u tO 3.7-, r So: -MS 1 _22
rotfd vwos. -4To0 7 5100
C!Lntaloupus 50: a 200: 150
SEte rme I ons -Q-O "0- : 04 7 5s-o;: -535 -o
Grand Total .400 7: 700 17 3 5"55: 575 J 1 C u4





Pago 48
FLORIDA VEGETABLE, STRA'.BERRY ANJD WATERiELOIl ACREAGE BY COTUITIES AND SEASONS (Conted).
19 2-45 191403-43 : 19414-45
-&U Total: EFll Ajn 3p.j,. Toli 1:al L S Total,
MAL TIII
:eans 200 300 -500: 200 500 700: 200 200 200 60C
Limrs 50 50 1 10 150 10l
Cabbage 0 20: *
Cuoumbors 2 50 0: 25 5
Eggplant 50 2 7: -: 50 25 7
Fenpers 50 100 150: 50 200 250 loo 35 135
Potatoes 0: -: 0 0
Tom atooa 1 15 200

OKEECHO6EE
beans 100 200 300: 50 50: -
ORNJJGS
Beafns 100 1400 1500: 300 o50 750, 100 100
Cabbagr 500: 1000S 800
celorr 165 30 195: 150 125 275: 150 0oo 950
Cucuumb.r 750 750: 200 200: 150 1 0
EgCmlant -: 125 125: 25 2
Escarole r 150: 100: 225
Lottucae,Iceberg -:. 25 25: 25 2
PusEnglish -: o0 50 50
Poupe rs 400 h00: 125 45 75 75
Potatoo 100S 400 400: 300 300
Toniato'-js 250m 7 c, 1
Total V.-gs. 665 2450 3345: 925 575 925 3575: 100 200 1150 2775
Strawberries 75: 25: 25
",iatermtlons 150: 13 D 10.)
Grand Total 665 2450 4070: 925 575 925 3700: 100 200 1l50 2900
OSCEOLi.
?,auns 50 50: -
Cobbcgo 50: 100
Cucumnbr 2- 25: .. .
Totl Vjrs. .25 25: 50 100: 1 100
PALM BEACH
Beans 11000 12700 27000 50700:22000 18000 17500 57500:16800 16300 19000 52100
Limas 1700 600 2 00C 950 1000 1950 1500 750 2250
Cabbage 3200: 200: 4100
Celery 1700 670 2370: 2200 100 00: 3500 825 4125
Cucum ers 100 100 200: 200 50 250: 150 200 350
Eggplant 25 250 100 375: 50 350 200 600: 50 200 450 703o
Escarole 250: 500: 1630
Lettuco,Boston 200: 100: 25
Iceberg 125 125: 250 250: 325 325
Peas,English 1200: 2000: 1300 1800
Peppers 850 250 1100: 150 1000 200 13501 l00 1050 350 1500
Potatoes 3000: 3500 500 3800 2500 6300
Tomatoes 75 200 275: 500 950 100 900 00 2100
Total Vegs. 12900 15625 28920 65295:22400 26750 20400oo 76650:17200 29375 24975 77275
7Watermelons -: -- 100
PASCO
"Watermelons 200: 500: 500

Beans 150 150 .50 50 50 50
Cabbag 250: 00: 100
Cucumber, -: 50 50: 50 50
Peppers 100 100: 150 150: 200 200
Potatoes 150: 150 150: 50 50
Tomatoes 100 100: 100 100: 100 100
TotalVegs. 350 750: 150 350 900: 450 850
Strawberries 4 400: 200: 200
Watermelons 100: 100: 150
Grand Total 350 1250: 150- 350 1200: 450 1200






S. Page h9
FLORIDA VEGETABLE, STRAWBERRY AND 3ATER:LGLON ACREAGE BY COUNTIES AND SEASONS (Cont'd).
1942-43 1943-i 19Lh-45
Fall Win. Spr. Total: Fall Win. Spr. Total: Fall Win. Spr. TotnIl

Beans 200 200 : .-
Cabbage 600 600: v 100: 1500
Lottuce,Iceberg -: 350 50: 50 50
Peppers 25 25: -: .- -
Potatoas 1900: 2050 2050: 2050 2850
Total VeCs. 825 2725: 2100 3500: 2900 Wo00
.ttermelons U 100: 100: 100
ST. JOHIJS
Baons 100 100: -
Cabbago a 1100: 2300s 2400
Cucurbcrs 100 100: -
Pa ppjrs 50 50: -: -
PoLatoes 73 00: 7900 7900 6900 6
Total Voc,:. 250 0650: 7900 10200: 0 6900 9300
Viaterm-i lons -: -: 50

Lm-ns 50 0loo 00 650: 50 200 250: 50 50 loo
Limas 100 50 250: 150 150 300: 100 200 300
Cabbao 3 5 100: 100: 50
Cucumbers 125 50 175: 175 100 275: 50 50 100
Eggplant -: 150 150: 25 50 125
Poppors 50 50: 75 1'0 225: 25 100 175
Pottos 50: -
Torratoes 1500 1850 3350: 1750 1300 30J; 800 100 1600 2500
Total V'j'3s. 1725 200 2550 45751 2050 500 1750 hoo0: 950 350 2000 3350
":Vtorenolor.ns 50: 1 0 500: * 100
SANITA ROSA
Potatoes 150: 50 50: -
3.\RASOTA
Cabbage 150: 200: 250
Colero' 1060 350 110: 1000 150 110: 800 500 100
Cucuimbrs 100 50 150: 75 100 175: 25 125 150
Eggplant 25 -
Esoarole 50: 100
Peppers 50 100 150: 50 50 -
Potatoes 400 250 25 10 200 00
Tomatoes 200 20: 0 Q200 __ 2 0 O1
Total Vaers. 150 1060 700 2510: 300 1250 500 2250, 25 900 925 2200
SE'J I OLE
Beans 150 350 500: 100 200 300: 50 100 150
Cabbage 0* * 60: v 1100: 1150
Calery 2300 1250 4050: 2350 100 37 0: 200 1450 3850
Eggplant 25 5: -
Escurolo 500 550 350
Lottue ,oton 150: l: *
S Icoberg 100 75 175: 50 : 25 -
P?'as, English -. 100: 100 100
Peppers 100 100: 200 200: 25 200 225
Pot toaes 200: 200 200: 150 150
Total Yo.s. 150. 2930 1775 6275: 125 2600 1800 6225: 75 2525 1900 6075


* Indicates that if there wore any small acreage it was included in Miscallanoous
Counties.





Fage 50
FLORIDA VEGETABLE, STRAWBERRY A;.D '.VATER .ELON ACREAGE BY COUNTIES AID SEASONS (Cont'd).
1942-43 1945 -U 19l4-45
Fall Win. Spr. Total: Fall Win. Spr. Total: Fall Win. Spr. Total
S TAITER
Beans 50 900 950: 50 500 o50: 25 L50 475
Cabba-e 150: 00: 20u
Cucumbers 600 600: 600 600: 500 500
Eggplant 25 25: 50 50 00: 150 150
Peppers 00 500: 450 L50: 500 500
Toimatous 2000 2000: 1500 1500: 50 1200 1250
T talV3s. 50 53825 4025: 100 100 5500: 75 2800 5075
Cantalouces : 50: 2'
Strawberries 175: 0 * 73
;altom-a lojs o s 500: 1 13Qo: __1 2100
Grand Totrl 50 3825 4750: 100oo 3100 900: 75 2300 5275
SUWI.AmE
Cucumbers -: '0o 50
.Watormolons 2600: 2800 5000

Deans -: 100 100
Limas 50 -o: 50 50
Cabbage 0 150
CuCLbrs 150 150
Potatoes 4 150: 100 100: 100 100
Total Vr-s. < 150: 150 200: 4 00 550
",'st.rmions J* 1 100: 100: 100
VQLUSiA
B.sans 0 50 -
Ci-bbage 1 0 100: 250: 500
Potatoes .000 00- 150 1r0
Total Vers. 50 4 450: 3* 00 550: 150 450
Watnermnlons I00: 501 4 50
WASH I]GrON
Pottito.)s -: 50 50
W'tormc lons 500: 600: 1000
MISCELLAII OUS
Beans 300 500: 200 500 500 1000: 50 200 50 500
Limas 50 5 100: 50 50 100: 50 50
Cabbage -: v 550: o0
Color 25 25
Cucumb rs 100 100 50 100 150: 25 -
Eggpl, 1 50 25 75: 75 : 50 25 25 00
Escarole -: 5: -
Lettuce,Boston 50: 5: -
Iceberg 200 75 275: 75 25 100: 25 25
Peas, English 175: 50: -
Peopers 100 100: 60 50 200 10 25 20 :0
Potatoes -: 100 100: 50 100 0
Tomatoes 25 200 125 00 _O0 825: 150
Total ves. 75 550 675 1525: 155 975 1250 3160: 125 550 o50 1075
Cantaloupes 50: 2 2
Strawberries 150: 125: 12
Wa termIlons ,O 1 __.0 _: 5 00
Grand lotal 75 550 675 1875: 435 975 1250 3405: 125 350 450 1525


* Indicates that if there were any small acreage it was included in Miscellaneous
Counties.







FLOCIDA VEGETABLE. -STRAWBERRY ATD ilATERVMLON ACREAGE BY COUNTIES AND SEASONS


1941 -'2


Fall Win.
TOTA.1, ALL COUNTIES


Boans
L ias
Cubbago
Celery
Cucumbers
Eg,plant
Escarole
Lettuco,Bosto:
Icebe.
Peas ,EUglish
Poppers
Potatoes
Tomatoos

Tc.-L-al Vuws.
Cnnta loupes
Struawberr ios
'.Nat.rmelons

Grand Total


20000


2000
1500
n *
rg -
0 0
1800
.5o00

31800




51300


TOTAL ALL COUNriES

Beans
Linas
Cubbage 9
Celery
Cucu:nberz
Eggplant
Escarole
Lettuce,Boston
Iceberg
Peas,Englishi
Peppers
Potatoes
Tomu toes

Total Vega.

Cuntnloupes
Strawberrios
.nrterm alorn.

Grand Tot-'l


21000

6100


24oo
2400
2000
18500


Spr.


27000
*
5600
6/OO
800

600
2500
17000


Total


68000:
5000:
18000 ,
9700: .
500:
500;
500U.
2500: .
o0300:
25000
42000:


50000 59200 194200:
500:
4 5000:
21500,

50000, 59200 221200:


1913" -4
Fall i Spr. Total:


9000 39500 25000 91000z
1500 5000 500:
19000:
5900- 250 9150,
19CC L'O 6500i
1500 1000 1200 7500:
1650:;
4 850:
1050 l00oo 150
P 500:
195D3 600 500 89501
13000 100 2600 O
l40o 18500 12000 53900)C

58450 34050 66050 212550,
S 4 550:
S 1400
25500o

35850 84150 66050 2io0000s


1942-b3
Fall Win. Spr.


16500


2000
700



1500
*
1+000


25500
2o00

5950
550
*

1200
2900
6500


38000
5100
*4
2r300
4500
700

500
27 JO
15000


24700 LU900 67300


24700 14'900 67500

19F4 5
Full i'n. Spr.


20000


1200
800
4,


750
2800

25550


25550


37500
2000
6800
100
300

850
2600
3800
11800
10600

85150


23o000oo
2800
12500
6150
1650

150
4800
19300
11100

75150


85150 73150


Note: The fordeoing represents tho so-called "con.morcial" acr3uge of mo t of the
important vajctablos nrid non-citrus fruits in tho Stato, as rooorted by th9 .
U.S. Truok Crop Roporting Sor-ica. It does not include uny plantings of loss than
oneo cre. It likewise does not include figures for a large number of miscellaneous
vegetables and fruit.i which the writer doos not attempt to esti-mate. Non-citrus
fruits as used hare mean cantaloupes, strawberries, and watermelons..


Page 51
(Cont'd)


Total


8000Q
5oo
10000
8 50
6 00.
1 50
1700
1500
7100
26600
25500

177250

400
12500

192750



Total


80500

050
400
250
00
900
1000
2600.
3?50
12500

204550

500
2050
39000

2461oo


. w





Fage 52
ACREAGE. YIELD Aij VJLUER OF SELECTED COMLODITIES II: FLORIDA BY SEPISOUS
RBidJS. SILP


Yield
AreaSa .Bushals


Production
5,172,000
,58 ,000o
5,002 000

216,000
16000
5,581 000
7,155 000
5,090 000
5,783 ,00
,76 000.
7,7 :000
7, 000


Price per
. Bushel


A/(28L, 000)
A 000 ooo


A/-)69,000
A/496,000


FOR Packed
Total Value


62.15
i.o5
.90
1.00
1.21
1. 9
1.50
1.91
1.05
1 .?
1:9
2. 6
2.92


Canning
.91
1.27
1.29
1 .6


86,605,000
6,592,000
5, 958,000
&~6 000
5,5000
4,9 1,000
0,250,000
7,7, 000
6,272, 000
7 041,000
7 ,000
8 ,95,000
11,913,000
17 9 000
1 715,3000
18 65,000


A Iot harvested, due to economic abandonment. Values cover harvested portion of
crop. Canning production: 1941-42 bu 1,367,000; 1942-43 bu 2,677,000; 1943-L4
1,28,000.

LIlMS


Yield
Bushels
90
70

100
70


CABBAGE


Yield

7.
.0
.0
.2
,0
1.0
6,0

6.0
8.5
".:


6, 00
5,500
6,200
10,700
5,600
9,000
8,500
9,00
10,00
16,000
10,000
18,000
10,000
23,500
17,500


arrested, due


Price per
Bushel


135,000
126,000
156,000
58,ooo
10,000
280,000
280,000
2,000
,000
,000


8,100
2,000
:,00
,200
2c 120
1,000
1,000
112,000
63,000
108 ,000
166,800
131,000


A/(7,100)
A/(6 500o)
A/(21,400)

A/(20,000)


FOB Packed
Tnti-l Vslun


$2.00
1.60
2. 50
.. 1. o
11 O
1. 50
1.50
2.20
2.10

A/14,000 :56


Price per
Ton
$22.+40

16.00

56.00

18.40
18. 0
7.o0
76.00
56.00
76.oo
7 .oo


to economic abandonment. Values cover harvested


FOB Packed
Total ". alue
186C'00
704,000
I-,6 ooo
1,6 000
V2 000
1973,000

90,0 00D
2,061 ,OOD
2 3,5 :,oc
,46o0,oo
3,509,000
3,959,000
portion of


-Thoso Acreage, Yield, Production and Value tabulations prepared from material
supplied by U.S. Agricultural Statisticians, Orlando, Florida.


Season


1,500
1,800
2:4,500
4,500
4,000
7,000
5,000
,5,00
^,00
00,QO


1954- r
19;5-6

19O-
191-41


19 0-1
1 1-9 2
152-5
1955- 5
1 -2



19 41F
191 5-


A Not h
crop.


Production





Page 5
ACREAGE. YIELD AND VALUE OFPSELROTED COM.AODITIES ITl FLORIDA BY SELSO!IS (Cont'd.)
CLUM


Yield Cratos
.Y. Fl]. Production


A Not harvested, due
Florid: crates are


1,89Q, 000
*1,7 6,000
1, ,300
1,872,000
1,68 0,000
1,72 ,000
2,29j,:,00
2,27 ,000
2,53 ,000
2,18 ,000
2,6: ,000
' I ,.
4,1.9o,5-o
5., o000


gason
1; 3-31
1931- 2


1932-
1 -



19 9-


Price
per
if 2/3
Crates
e-2.7
2.17
1.27
1.60
2.6&
2.603
2. 2
2.4


Prica
per
FOB Packed Fla.
Tntal Va uo pCrates


r 5,212,0D3
,785,000
91 ~,000
2996,C00
88 ,OC.0O
,52,000
.89, 000
,375,o000
5,86B,0o0
,066,000
I7,158,000
10,550o0oo
1,55,o000


01.65




.7
1.6





.


to economic abandonment. Values cover harv eted portion crops.
approximatolv 60 Dnr cent as large n.s iNY 273 crates.


CUCI T.1BEFRS


Yield
Bu-hels
54
* 100

* C

65
121

121


110


649,000
61,000
9-,000ooo
4, 00 0
161,000
i o6ooo
850,300
876,000
1,186,:000
1,06, 000,
912,000
5000
,000


Prico por
Bushol
$2.h2
1.


1.68
1.2
1.2


2.

U..1


FOB Packed
Tot'il Value


EGGPLU.NT


Season Lcreage
1929- 53 1,66
195-531 1,8:0
1951-12 1, 50
192- 2,4-5:
19 5- 2,050 .
19 -5 1,5'.0
-o I .OO
t9-7 1-6
19-9 1 02, l')
19- 2, 910

1 2-4, "* 1,250
19-1, 3)00

-19 -5 3,250


Yield
Buchels
224
25


18)
286
28J
26
2C7
18-)


271


Production
77,0'30
7t'7, )Z W
62',000
84,000o
273,000

9.2',O0o
16,000
29) ,C00
34,000
5r6,500
521.500
93 8,000
880,000


Price per
PRshol
1.20
.82

15
.9




Io5
2.0
1.07
2.59
2.0o


FOB Fackod
Totl] Value
" 00


- 40,000 bbshols not harvoatod, due to economic abcandonment.


A/(237,000)


/./(255,00ot)


(F 4,357 000)
F a. Crts)
A1(98,000)


308

-312
280
265
28J
286


6, 15
6,8
6,000
6,003
6 500
7,500

7,509
7,50'
9, 03


1,050


513


6

.7


69

93


Season
1929-50
19 53- 1
1951- 2
19 2-


19L -L.-
19i7- 8


12,100
9,653
7, 00
5,00oo
lO0
5,100
,700

,200
S6,800
703
7, 00
7,70o

7 00O





Ps
@iC %L1GE YIELD AND VALUE OF S S


TU FLORIDA DY SEASOIIS


Yiold
Son er.ge L,..Crtes


Frodu.Qtion


Prico
C.ates -


FOB Packod
Total Value


Pricc
Cratos


ao) L.L, 1" r.1U,: -I') ,. IA
LETTUCE (Tc-bera)


19J)-^9

194>!l
19o1 -hL2
1 1-H
19 _-5


25':
1,13C
2,0 JO

1, ,30


1t3~)
1t3C

1


4), ).:,o
198,0 0:
165,030
19,3,000
1u3,J00


4-6 doz. crates
INcte: Prior tc 1938-39 tho acrcgec cf Iccb.?rg typc w:Jz
i 78,',0' cr.'tcs in 1943-LL and 2l,00''0 in 19iL-45 not


FOB Packod
Tntal Vnalue


1.19
2.3o
1 7
2.16

3.51


not comnic-rcially important.
harvoEtod economic .b.bndon.


PrS. T-'OLTSH
Production


Price per
-Dutph_


FOB Packed
Tot+l, I Value


1951-32 3,800 55 153, ..' :2...00 .., 266,000
1o 3,63, 7C. 252, 1i .6 .,0.0
19~35-n h,8,X 96 1,.0 1 10 50:,c-
,OX. 1. 2,00
1,2 0 62 "00,000 1. 56,,00
1" 0-- 6,2:' 50 13,20' 1.5 18,CC'O
3. 7-..- 6,2600 558,0:.:, 1C .:, 3,0.,
19 ,-9 r ,- 7, 4, CC 1 85 "8,C1 0.,
16 -,1 ,0 9: ,/(75,-00 ) 5, ,.* 1.3), 8 ),o.:,
199 -LI 1,0.0 70 2 2, J: 1.95 .1-, oo:
1941 -2 5 2-5, : 1 383,C.'O
19 -.2I -,6 5 9',0oi 2.0" ..5., o
- 2,500 u 15O,000 .50, .03 ,000
1.~ -.B5 2,0-'- 275 fooo A 2.70 2 ,000
. 0,,003 bu. in 19,44-45 ze-son not hcarvosted, duo to economic abandonmrcnt. Valicz
covcr harvestd portion of crop 19 l-45.


(Cont'd.)


So cn


0olj.lo


Yield
fuus hol S


. ~.... .......


_ _






ACRR.GE. YIELD ANTD VjUJE OF ST:LCT) CO.C.IOhDITIES IN FLORIDA BY SL'ASOI!S


R son


8,200
8,050
8, 300
6,000
7,700
0 00
7,600
7, C0O
7,3coo
0,200
7,200
o,500
7,100
8,950
9,30

buchels not


PEPPERS. GREEN
Yield
Bushels Productf:


228
221
266
241
l49
226
221


225

28'


Prico per
Bushol


Page 5
(Cont'd.


FOB Packed
Total Vnlun


1,869,000
1,782,000
2,210,000
l,bE6,0oo
1,1 0,900
-1,6 000
1,590,000
2,160,000
2,212,000
1,621,500
2 o87,000


havrvostod, duo tc economic ab'ndcrnmont.


FOB Packed
Total Valuo


Production


$1.86
1.37
1.28
.85
1.13
1.04


1.13
.95
1.

2.56


Yiold
S -ison .aoryLr Bjurhol


Production
F,- sh Canning


557,000
589,000
21, OCO

312,0o00
232,000
165,"00
951,00C


Price per Eu.
Fr.-s CaEning
?;3.79 :-
1.87 -
2.h6

2.75 .1
2.76 .2
1.75 .28
2. .28
2.5 26
5.9210 .28
5.92 .U6


FOB Packod
Tot- 1 Vlu-


A 3h2,C''O bushels not harvcstcad du.e to economic abnndonm?nt.


S1c on
1929-50

19-
19 -
19 C
1930-31
193-2
1930-.1
-F2
194 -45
19MU-45


Lcrsiaga
71,000
27,000
21,500
17,000
23,500
2OOO
L, 200



31,100
25,000
2o,?00
51,100


Yiold
Bushe Is
80

132
1 0
97
91
123

157
117
162

162


TO iT0 S






Page 56
JcRp.'G'- YIELD LJM VLII UE


OF ~ Ill FLORIDA flY SEASONS


.J1TALOtUPaS


Production


Price per
Cra-.o


FOB Pcl:ed
Total Valu'


STFU', -.RRIT.S


2LL Quarts*


8,800 67
9,100 72
7, 600 76
0,600 73
8,000 5
8 ,900 5
8,8600
7,500 70
9,000 85
7,200 70
5,00 70

2,050 70


:Now shipped almost
several years ago,


exclusively in
used and it is


FOB Packed
Total Valueo


36 Pint
Crato


590, 00 $6.70 3,953,000 $5.02
65000 35.75 ,7,o000 4.31
5 000 .80 2, ,000 3.60
77000 00 2,522 ,000. 2.25
0,000 4.20 2,6 46,oo .15
572,000 .080 2,746,000 .26
8,000 4.10 1, 000 .11
5 31,oo0 7.10 2,ioo,ooo1 9.0
04,oo0 .65. 2,5 ,000 0.2
550,000 6.50 2,27 ,0oo 4.cO
1 000 9. 1, ,000 7.0
980ooo ii.5o 1,6 7,000 8.47
14,.000 10.70 1,541,00D 8.05
36-pt. crates. The 24-qt. crato was formerly,
continued here for statistical purposes.


VIATERMELONS


Yield Production
Melons 1000 melons


300
330
220
160

240
290
270


260


o1,410
10,250
5.700


Price per
1000 melons
A/(937) 0250
200
160
200
S110
200
A/(590) 2)0C
A/675 150
180
175
210


FOB Packed
Total V-iluo
$2,368,000
2,046,000
912,000
990,000
'779.703
726,000'
896,0o0




2,641,000
I,4R,000
976 ,00 O


,000
a:M,o9,cc


LcreCge


Yiold


(Cont'd.)


Se a son


Season
1929-30
1930- 1..
1931- 2
19 2-
1953- 4
1954- 5
1955- 6
19o-
1937- 6
19 9-
19 9-t I
1901-4 2
1941
194-


Ar a goao
34,700
31,000
28,500
22,500
23,400
20,000
16,000
19 ,500
22,500
22,600
253,590
25,500
22, 000
12,500
255oo00
39.000


A Not harvested duo to economic abandonment. Not included in total value figures.
The avorago carload is usually figured at 1000 melons but new varieties of round
typo melons have lowered this average to 950-975 melons.




PC, go 57
FLOPIDA FOB PACKED VALUE' OF SEJ.ECTED VEG.ErABLES ALiD NO1!-CITRUS FRUITS FOR 16 SFASONS
,S.a.on ffins- Lima- C*bbahg Celery C,,cumbjr,
192, -0 3 ',80 ,000 3 Includod $1,612,000 $ 5,646,000 1,568,000
19 -21 '0, 92000 with 91,000 5,212,000 1,295,000
1;1-22 8,000 Beans 704h,000 ,783,000 655,000
12-2 4, 6,000 590,000 ,9o4 ,000 6 ,000
19 -5 ?, 000 2,000 685,000 2, 9,000 8 5,000
19 -5 0, :0000 ,00 1,65 ,000 -, 68,ooo000 76,000
19-2 0, '000 2 2612,000 ,000 8,000 92,000
19,-7 7 9000 0,000 94,50,000 2,000 1,101,000
1 -2 0,2 12,000 ,000 978,000 3, 29,000 1,053,000
19 -9 7,1,000 2,000 990,000 5,37 ,0 1,391000
1 -O 7,4 0,000 4,000 2,061,000 ,0o8,000 1,938,000
1 1 8,015,000 616,000 2,,5000 ,0,00 1, 858,000
19 2 11,41,,000 704,000 1,2,00 ,154000 21 1 2 ,000
19 2 17.980,000 1, 1,000 o6,)0o00 17,1,oo000 2,522,000
10 19,116,000 6,000 I ,2, ,000 1o,26,,000 2,0:9,000
l 1 C ,05,000 1,7 9,00 3,959,000 18,553,000 3,oL7,000

1929-50 00 ,,00 5 4,000 7$ 2,,0 o) 2, .01,000
19 .- l 35,) 209,000 297,000 220,000 2,2h, 000
19 1-22 277,OCO 2'4,O 256,0 266,000 1,780, 000
1932-2 59,000 212,03o 2:,000 4.5,300 1,284,o00
1925- 289,'JO 267,C00 28',0'7'0 O7,00 1, 67 6,00
19- )5 212,C00 235 ,-- ,0 25, 00, 520,000 1,277,-30
19'.5- o 268,:.00 20 ,0:0 1,000 538,000 1,27 ,03
i0L-'5 212,0'C- rooj 418,oo 1o. o-"
112,000 1 'D, ,0O)
19 7- ,r 3 : !,j4,00J a149,00 42,000 1= ? ,000
196-69 l,c..O 264,00 27C ,000 648,000 2,771, 000
19- ,00612,300 20,0.: 2,121,0C0
19 0- 1 37hb,0 2 ,032,75 2,560 2L 0)00
191-2 62),OLJ *,0.: 481,10 a54C 2 6v 00
192-45 1,2.4,0: .. .2,0 1,54 0,)0 2 00 000
193-_L 1,5Jlooo 6145,000 502,000 4,00C,. ,. 000
1 1,81.:.0, 1,5L,.00 3.o654,000 2 ,4 ,25. -,oo
Total Value
S.-ason Potinto s T tos Vet ble2g
1929-,0 .O4,6,J6,.03: $ 8,976,0:-0 .',33,283,00)C
1930--1 .,8,18,90 1 778 24, 980, '0
131-b2 1,935,O0 ,7Q8,0)0 2 56[, DO
1952- 1,9 39,000 ,57,0'0 16, ;50,
1953-2 ,7)8,., O00,0;, 2., 4,000-
195N4- 7 85 ,-, 6 85 3 210 7 0
19-0 5 18 80 2, 0OC
19-7 57,8 o,0O 7 68 ,0 o0 2, :80
19- 2 8 2 7 .-,0 8 ,711,30 2, 8300
1928-9 000 12,523,. 2,c 5 -.,003
19 90,,,725,00 8,206,o3X 2,6,o000
19 ?-il 2,799,0710 8,618,r:g C,O
19hl-h2 6,018,00. 135,68,000 71, 17,000
19- 5,9 ,30 11, 7 9 3 72,96,00
1"- ?,51,000 20,75r,00 8,025,000o
1 ,-5 11 ,.71.0-0 2,251, O. 89,167,000
Total Value
Mi sc.Fruits*
S.-scn Cr.ptlour-, St-rwberr e W. t- rrne Ilons & VcPtbles
1929-33 52,0 : 95,000 2,368,000 9,656,000
19-0-31 ,. 53, 7,A,0 2,-.-46,0C.) 9o 819,C00
1902-5 2.,,00, 2,22,000 0 ,CO26 19,6 ,000
19,5-2(. 25,020 2,646,00:, 7l )000 29,192,0.,'
1954-25. 1O,0' 2,2,000 2,000 CO 27,817,003
19r-.o 1 ,'", 0 1,972,0oX 96,:Cc 2'9,215,00
195--7 2&,OC 2,7o6,000 1,31.,00, 3, 522,000'
1937-? 6,00 2,100,030 94,'000 29 ,878,000
1923-9 4 ,000 3,175,'-00 97 ,000 766,
17o900- 46,,1L6, 0oJ
19 -.0 2, ,000 1,lQ5,000 7,2 59,000
19 0-41 7, 2, 194,000 1 ,l5,850 O, 521,000
161l2 100 2,275,000 1 52,000 51086 ,O.
12- -. 84.,5'0 1,98000 2,1,000 77,119,500
1? -44 91,.0 1 1..7,0o0 595,0.0 j,5 72,00
19-5-h5 12' 000 1,541,OO0 ",67,00 9 /I95,0000
Note: 'Does not include citrus fruits. Tabulations based on information supplied by
U.S.Agr. Statistici'Lns, Orlando,FlP Valuation ficuros repr.?sent gross pacl:ed valuc,






FICo 5'3


ACREAGE CF PRINCIPAL FLORIDA TRUCK CROPS 20 SEASONS


(For Harvest)

Beans Limas Cabbage Celery Cucumbers
Acreage Acreage Acrerge Acreage ,A crease Season
1925-26 16,000 (1) 3,660 3,520 7,590 1925-26
1926-27 19,490 (1) 5,010 4,240 7,440 1926-27
192.7-2.8 29,730 (1) 2,900 5,580 9,450 1927-28
19328-29 27,000 (1) 6,500 6,620 11,540 1920-29
1929-50 35,800 (1) 5,700 6,650 12,100 1929-30
1950-51 40,000 (1) 6,500 6,350 9,650 1950-31
1931-32 41,500 (1) 5,500 6,850 7,5300 1931-52
1932-33 50,800 (1) 6,200 6,650 5,600 1932-33
1935-34 61,300 1,500 10,700 6,000 5,000 1933-34
1954-55 65,500 1,500 5,600 6,000 5,100 1934-35
19355-36 59,200 1,800 9,000 6,500 5,700 1935-36
1930-37 58,800 2,400 8,500 7,500 5,600 19.6-37
1937-35 60,700 4,500 9,400 8,000 7,000 1937-38
1958-39 64,000 4,800 10,000 7,500 7,600 1936-39
1939-40 52,OJO 4,000' 16,000 7,500 8,200 1939-40
1940-41 62,500 7,000 10,000 8,700 8,800 1940-41
1941-42 68,000 5,000 18,u00 9,350 9,700 1941-42
19,12-43 80,000 5,400 10,u00 8,750 6,500 19-12-43
1945-44 96,500 4,500 ?5,500 9,900 6,500 1943-44
1944- i5 80,500 4,800 17,500 11,050 7,700 1944-45
Note: (1) Limras were included with snap beans prior to 1933-54 season. The lima
figures are for the Fordhook or large variety and do not include acreage
of baby liias or butterbeans.
Boston JIceberg English
Eggplant Escarole -Lettuce Lettuce Peas
(2) (4) (5)
Season Acreage Acreage Acre.'-t Acreage Acreagc S,.ason


1925-26
19'.G-2;7
1927-28
1928-29
1929-35
1950-31
1931-52
1952-33
1955-54
19354-35
1935-36
1956-37
19.'7-' 8
1958-39
1939-40
1910-41
19.-42
19-2-453
19-,3-44
1944-.] 5


Notes: (:.)


1,020
630
1,550
1,320
1,630
1,3000
1,950
2,450

1,500
1,100
1,480
l, 8u0
2,100
1,400)
1,900
2,350
1,950
5,500
2,850


(.1)
(2)
340
50u
460
.50
700

700
650
700
900
1,000
3,000
1,350
1,000
1,200
1,450

2,800


1,5(0C
1,500
1,500
1,100
1,600
1,000
950
1,1 0..
90U
550
800
900
75'0
900
500'
500
800
1,100


(5)


(5)
250
1,100
2,000
3,000
1,700
1,350
1,000


760
700
1,2.30
1,550
700
2,000
5,800
5,600
-4,,800
5,000
8,200
6,200
6,200
5,000
5,000
, 35,000
5,500
1,500
2,50:
2,600


E.cairole acr.':.ngc included with lettuce prior to 1927-28 season.


1925-26
1926-27
1927-28
1928-29
3929-30
1950-51
1931-52
195.2-53
1935-354
1934-35
1935-36
1956-37
1937-38
1958-79
1939-40
19 C0-41
1942-42
1942-43
1945-44
1944-45


(4) Big Boston figures include Romaine acreage.
(5) Tceborg L-ttuce included in Big Doston acreage figur.-s until the 1938-M3
sea.son.
The above tabulation prepared from material supplied by U.S.Agricultural Statistician,
Orlando, Florida.


I






ACREAGE OF PRINCIPAL FLCRIDA TRUCK CROPS 20


(For Harvest)


-Total
Peppers; Potatoes Tomatoes Vegetables

Season Acreage Acrenge Acreage Acreage Season
1925-26 3,370 25,070 20,700 81,190 1925-26
1926-27 2,700 28,000 29,800 97,510 1926-27
1927-28 6,410 30,000 29,280 115,770 1927-28
1928-29 5,650 22,000 38,700 122,480 1928-29
1929-30 6,550 31,000 31,260 131,000 1929-30
1930-31 8,200 27,000 26,800 130,550 1930-31
1931-32 8.050 21,500 23,700 121,850 1931-32
1932-53 8,500 17,000 24,900 127,150 1952-53
1933-34 6,000 23,500 30,500 153,150 1933-34
1934-35 7,700 24,800 32,500 156,750 1934-35
1935-36 6,500 24,500 32,600 156,350 1935-36
1936-57 7,200 31,500 35,700 166,5380 1936-37
1937-38 7,400 31,400 45,300 183,600 1937-38
1938-59 7,300 26,700 40,700 177,500 1938-39
1939-40 6,200 25,600 34,000 163,250 1939-40
1940-41 7,200 26,800 26,500 165,900 1940-41
19.11-42 6,500 25,000 45,000 195,100 1941-42
1942-43 7,100 26,200 25,500 176,850 1942-43
193-44 8,950 28,600 34,900 223,950 19.: 3-44
1944-45 9,350 31,100 532,500 204,150 1944-45



Cantaloupes Strawberriesl Watermelons Grand Total

Season Acr-eare Acreage Acreage" Acreace Season
1925-26 C00 2,980 24,150 108,920 1925-26
1926-27 600 5,680 29,420 131,210 1926-27
1927-28 600 4,500 ~7,840 "158,710 1927-28
1928-29 600 6,5300 35,900 165,280 1928-29
1929-30 600 8,800 34,700 175,100 1929-30
1930-51 250 9,100 31,000 170,900 1930-51
1931-32 200 7,800 28,500 15,,350 1931-32
1932-3Z 400 10,600 22,500 160,650 1932-53
1933-34 300 8,400 23,400 185,250 1933-34
1934-35 200 8,000 20,000 184,950 1934-35
1935-56 20'J 8,900 16,000 181,450 1935-36
1936-57 5300 8,800 19,500 194,980 1936-37
1937-38 700 7,500 22,500 214,300 1937-38
1938-59 500 9,000 22,600 20S,600 1938-39
1959-'0 500 7,200 23,500 194,450 1939-40
1940-41 500 5,500 25,500 198,100 194--41
1941-42 500 5,COO 21,500 221,2C0 1941-42
1942-45 q 400 2,600 12,500 19,3,50 1942-43
19-.3-44 550 1,400 25,500 251,400 1913-44
1944-45 500 2,050 39,000 245,700 (4) 1944-45


Notes: (3)

(4)


Acreage of cantaloupes for 1926, 1927 and 1928 seasons not immediately
available, but is estimated the same as for 1929 and 1930 seasons.
These acreage figures do not include 39,970 acres abandoned in various
stages of growth for reasons other than economic marketing.


PSEASONS (Contd.) Pago 59
SEASONS (Cont'd.)






Page 60


Season


1927-28 Cars
Average

1928-29 Cars
Average

1929-50 Cars
Average

1930-31 Cars
Average

1931-52 Cars
Average

1932-33 Cars
Average

1953-34 Cars
Average

1934-35 Cars
Average

1935-56 Cars
Average

1936-37 Cars
Average

1957-58 Cars
Average

1958-39 Cars
Average

1939-40 Cars
Average

1940-41 Cars
Average

1941-42 Cars
Average

1942-43 Cars
Average

1945-44 Cars
Average

1944-45 Cars


N. Y. PHILA. BOST. PITTS.


4,











"I.







I





2






'V


5748 1844 671
>6.17 5.30 5.27

6440 3195 1449
3.45 3.01 5.05

4848 1409 982
14.94 3.98 4.43

8444 3164 1679
3.53 3.30 3.57

6517 2228 1182
.3.40 5.21 3.24

9238 2S68 1419
2.45 2.45 2.55

7615 2632 1456
2.75 2.62 2.69

8243 2720 1419
2.61 2.47 2.58

7503 2624 1561
35.02 2.95 5.02

9112 3164 1657
3.25 5.15 3.28

.0228 3376 1849
2.26 2.20 2.24.

.2440 4049 2132
,2.10 1.99 2.16

8758 2908 1290
2.45 2.25 2.47

.0089 3320 1385
2.57 2.26 2.45

9053 3064 1377
>2.86 2.76 2.90

6771 2330 851
~3.85 3.70 3.82

6259 2257 678
p3.98 5.82 4.02


521
4.91

816
2.79

739
3.79

952
35.14

511
5.06

579
2.55

515
2.54

511
2.44

340
2.95

429
5.12

495
2.18

694
2.11

364
2.16

426
2.51

337
2.73

439
5.72

522
5.86


CLVE.

324
4.88

550
2.82

395
4.70

707
5.27

497
3.20

553
2.,40

526
2.65

578
2.53

559
3 .04

824
3.21

298
2.28

1091
2.20

589
2.31

647
2.44

568
2.91

483
3.85

488
3.86


CHIC.

640
5.18

757
3.12

621
5.08

1112
5.34

776
3.25

921
2.55

894
2.67

1070
2.59

878
3.15

1080


1594
2.39

1639
2.26

1012
2.41

1020
2.45

865
2.88

939
3.77

815
3.89


ST.


21
4.1

35
3.0

17
2.9

27
2.3

26
2.4

25
2.5

24
2.7

26
3.0

5.]
41
2.0

51
2.C

31





2C
2.7

35
3.7

47
5.6


L.


CIfNCI. DETR. BALT. TOTAL


- 410
- 4.88

- 582
- 2.79

.1 483
.5 4.58

8 729
)5 3.14

'4 447
o0 5.14

73 614
0 2.30

6 495
.6 2.47

i8 553
14 2.55

:9 555
2 2.87

;4 708
31 3.12

]3 1181
35 2.16

1 1555
31 2.01

-8 1031
)9 2.05

.2 1077
5 2.18

)4 1002
70 2.64

59 742
?0 3.55

6 .516
>7 3.65


8158
- 5.62

15797
5.15

9688
:4.62

308 17155
5.21 5.40

179 12511
3.26 3.50

256 16721
2.-16 2 *4

267 142 14786
2.69 2.88 2.70

28G 253 15890
2.*7 2.44 2.56

271 2,10 14780
3.08 2.82 3.00

412 282 17932
3.27 2.98 3.21

550 502 2068C
2.26 1.98 2.24

717 396 25224
2.17 1.94 2.09

395 173 16856
2.25 2.2; Z.35

474 261 18971
2.4-12 2.22 2.55

353 512 17155
2.68 2.77 2.83

412 277 13605
5.97 3.56 3.79

655 200 12849
5.65 3.71 3.90


4765 1651 425 293 264 532 271 299 565 157 9022


4.27 4.34 4.29 4.17 4.02 4.57 4.39 4.48


FLORIDA AUCTION SALES, 1927/28 19-14/45
Furnished through courtesy of the Statistical Department,
Florida Citrus E.:change, Tampa, Fla.

ORANGES


Average $4.62


4.38 4.47





Page 61


FLORIDA AUCTION SALES, 1927/28 .194/45 (Cont'd)


G R A P E F R U I T


Sea son i n

1927-28 Cars
Average

1928-29 Cars
Av.-rags

1929-30 Cars:
/yvorago

-1030-51 Cars
Average

19Z1-32 Cars
Average

1952-S3 Cars:
Av rage

1l33-34 Cars
Average

193i-35 Cars
Average

1935-56 Cars
..rerage

1936-37 Cars
Average

1937-38 C'rs'
:.'rage

1935-39 Cars
Average

1.59- 0 Cirs
Average




2 *'b1-.1 Cars
104-il Ca:rs

Average


1'-1--- 5 Cars
.'.vcr'ge

1945-41 CQrs
.-Average

1144-45 Cars


Q;. Y.

2196
04.98

3868
03.61

3253
$4.45

5269
02.66

4680
,2.49

5138
02.05

3948
,2.41

4893
;2,04

3928
02.67

5376
s,2;24

4881
Q2:20

6389
i.1;75

4765
32.21

5035


4519
0,2.55

3431
54311
35"18

2628
35'.65


PHILA.

799
4.11

1147
35.09

1153
4.00

1610
2.42

1254
2.540-"

1266
1.95

1129
2.25

1320
1.81

1072
2.38

1650
2.06

1244
2.06

1429
1.57

1153
1.92

1334
1.75

1166
2.36

967
2.97

778
3.48


BOST. PITTS. CLEVER. CHIC. ST.


534
4.206

814
35.12

756
4.00

1037
2.44

935
2.50

892
2.06

696
2.40

8985
1.053

872
2.49

956
2.22

814
2.15

1020
1.73

6553
2.10

805
1.95

712
2.55

487
3.21

558
3.64


2320 498 183


5
3.

4
2.

6
3.

7
2.

5
2.

4
2.


3




2
2.

3
2
2.




2
21
1
2.

5
1.

1
1.

2
1.

1


1
2.

1
5.


38
86

s80
.2


280
4.15

425
2.69


1029
4.68

1149
3.52


L. CINCI.

- 235
- 3.80

- 278
- 2.79


DETR. BALT. TOTAL


.40 458 1029 235 303 -
70 4.15 4.81 4.0Z 3.95 -

'62 718 1388 462 425 516 -
41 2.44 2.55 2.38 2.55 2.51 -

05 510 805 207 354 328 -
58 2.49 2.59 2.41 2.51 2.54 -

29 433 738 228 409 330 -
02 2.21 2.29 1.96 2.01 2.31 -

.10 388 684 221 370 298 41
.38 2.39 2.55 2.37 2.29 2.51 2.42

89 405 721 200 444 350 135
94 2.09 2.19 2.05 1.92 2.10 1.86

62 396 395 152 340 251 117
40 2.54 2.68 2.40 2.32 2.62 2.28

74 415 494 151 423 307 151
14 2.29 2.58 2.53 2.24 2.41 2.12

.90 313 353 72 542 219 127
05 2.11 2.28 2.}6 2.O09 2.21 1.88

29 354 561 118 432 277 187
66 1.77 1.95 1.85 1:66 1.60 1.46

.81 141 182 62 241 140 85
S2 2.11 2.29 2.10 1.98 2.06 1.73

49 256 513 109 416 215 91
76 1.92 2.00 1.77 1.74 1.91 1.61

.25 136 208 51 222 98 86
33 2.61 2.83 2.75 2.33 2.64 2.60

.42 96 114 19 201 85 82
90 2.90 5.17 2.96 2.67 3.00 2.70

283 49 69 44 90 97 45
36 3;32 3.20 3.51 3505 3.31 3.14

31 23 21 15 16 13 14


3.74 3.01 5.31 5.38 3.13 3.15 3.54 4.24


4403 4.11


5411
4.56

-161
5.54

7627
4.28

12167
2.54

9578
2.47

9863
.2.06

8085
2.39

9759
2.00

7765
2.57

10197
2.25

8555
2.16

10926
].72

7483
2.15

6825
1.91

7325
2.52

5604
3.10

4264
3.56

3152


Average $4.35






FLCORIDA AUCTION SALES, 1928/29 -


N. Y. PHILA. BOST.


SG E R I N E S
(I box basis)
PITTS. CLEVE. CHIC. ST.L. CINCI. DETR. BALT. TOTAL


1928-29 Cars 1078
Average q2.06

1929-50 Cars 612
Average "2.44

1930-31 Cars 1311
Average ;1.62

1951-32 Cars 1190
Average ,1.54

1952-33 Cars 1303
Average Q1.28

1933-34 Cars 1154
Average 41.21

1934-35 Cars 1071
Average 41.18

1935-56 Cars 1124
Average 41.55

1936-37 Cars 1557
Average .,,1.12


455 162 189
1.90 1.80 1.76


238 95
2.19 1.94


119
2.02


426 207 229
1.49 1.46 1.48


396
1.44


203
1.49


3575 157 95
1.20 1.28 1.25


433
1.15


144
1.17


356 152
1.10 1.12


365
1.32

572
1.03


157
1.30

196
1.05


138 163
1.77 1.68


- 105
- 1.68


56 62 12 30
2.74 2.55 2.78 2.58


154 257 62
1.45 1.44 1.76


175 116 161 65
1.39 1.41 1.52 1.52


97 126
1.45 1.148

&6 60
1.41 1.53


108 180 58 102 75
1.21 1.22 1.14 1.09 1.22


142 114 179 67
1.25 1.24 1.21 1.21


136
1.25


96 71
1.15 1.22


- 2290
- 1.92

- 122-1
- 2.55


- 2849
- 1.53

- 2454"
- 1.49

- 2456
- 1.2.


1 2381
1.48 1.20


71 155 66 108 71 31 2197
1.27 1.25 1.26 1.20 1.28 1.22 1.18


139 116 217 54
1.40 1.42 1.36 1.52


115 87 26 2598
1.34 1.41 1.25 1.55


210 193 506 105 158 116
1.19 1.09 1.14 1.10 1.08 1.16


35 31424
.96 1.10


1957-58 Cars 1311 582 149
Average .,1.26 1.21 1.20


95
1.28


117 1-9 74 125 68 23 2513
1.50 1.25 1.10 1.18 1.23 1.08 1.24


1958-39 Cars 1851 551 172 152 189 257 107 205 148 35 3663
Average ,1.07 .92 .95 .95 .98 .97 .86 .91 .96 .79 1.00


1930-40 Cars 1192
Average (A.37


545 66
1,34 1.41


65 104 142 .8 115 57 9 2143
1.37 1.47 1.45 1.51l 1.27 1.34 1.55 1.57


1940-41 Cars 1425 454 109 77 154 15 59 149 82 13 2717
Average ,1.23 1.16 1.19 1.07 1.20 1.22 1.0 1.12 1.1.14 1.06 1.19


1941-42 Cars 1152
Average :,,1.86

1942-43 Cars 1485
Average 41.82

1943-44 Cars 326
Averageo.2.16

1944-45 Cars 669
Average $2.42,


359 78
1.75 1.75


G70
1.84


145
1.62


154 22
2.28 .2.27


300
2.38


32
2.35


39 106 1U5 53 105 45 25 2085
1.65 1.82 1.66 1.52 1.58 1.,6 1.50 1.79


108 188 505 101 195 151 57
1.81- 1.86 1.81 1.6C 1.60 1.74 1.55


22
2.52


22 40 26
2.S7 2.27 2.56


72 66 150
2.49- 2.45- 2.42


41
2.15


21 1
2.26 2.40


53 73f 9
2.40 2.47 2.77


3399
1.80

644
2.23

1465
2.41


Season


1944/45 (Cont'd)


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RAIL AND BOAT SHIPMENTS


AVERAGES AT TAMPA OFFICE ON PACKED FRUIT

Florida Citrus Exchange Report.
Seasons 1909-10 to 1929-30


ORANGES


SEASONS

1909-10
1910-11
1911-12
1.912-13
1913-14
1914-15
1915-16
1916-17
1917-18
1918-19
1919-20
1920-21
1921-22
1922-23'
1925-24
1924-25
1925-26
1926-27
1927-28
1928-29
1929-30


GRAPEFRUIT

$2.38
1.95
3.58
2.01
"2'.0o
1.32
1.89
2.07
2.72
5.18
2.84
2.46
2.41
2.10'
1.51
1.94
2.92
2.25
3.22
2.07
2.98


TANGERINES*

S sI.81 '
2.60
1.93
1.92
S *'2.*51 -'
1.66
2.07
2.82
4.39
4.79
5.49
4.96
5.57
4.39
4.31
4.43
4.85
. 5 -5.50 .
5.28
2.91
3.38


ALL CITRUS
Average
$1.34
1.65
2.21
1.96
1.85
1.42
1.96
2.01
3.46
3.52
3.37
2.65
3.17
2.62
1.82
2.74
3.36
S2.5s
5.90
2.09
3.13


FLORIDA STATE MARKETING BUREAU AVERAGES
Seasons 1930-31 to 1944-45
(Comparable to above prices)
Gross f.o.b. Florida per box


62.15
2.50
1.48
1.71
1.85
2.50
2.50
1.56
1.43
1.62
1.63
2.10
2.97
5.10
5.50


,1l.50
1.50
1.16
1.51
1.29
1.87
1.48
1.55
1.04
1.42
1.21
1.80
2.33
2.47
5.00


i1.95
2.05
1.42
1.80
1.66
2.00
1.45
1.86
1.54
2.00
1.68
2.85
2.78
3.70
4.25


-::Tanierine averages are for whole straps, or standard box basis.


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* *$1.15
1.51
1.93
1.97
S1.69
1.47
1.99
1.94
3.92,
3.69
4.20
2.57
35.77
2.96
1.86
3.51
3.58
2.78
4.59
1.99
3.22


1930-31
1931-52
1932-55
1933-34
1954-35
1935-36
1936-37
1937-58
1938-39
1939-40
19-0-41
19 1-42
1942-45
19 3-44
1944-45


$1.86
1.95
1.36
1.65
1.63
2.14
2.04
1.57
1.51
1.60
1.51
2.06
2.81
3.01
5.48






CITRUS PRICE ANALYSIS 1929-50 TO 1944-45


FLORIDA GROSS FOB MARKET


BOX YIELD


ORANGES
1929-30i-;"
1930-51
1931-32
1932-33
1933-54
1934-35
1935-36
1936-57
1937-38
1938-39
1939-40
1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
1945-44
1944-4 3
GFA PEFRU IT
192 -3
1932 -50-31-
1931-32
19352-3
1953-34
1954-35
1355-56
1936-37
1937-58
1958-39
1939-40
19,0-41
1941-42
1 9-, 2-43
19-13-44
1944-- 5


8,374,633
16,954,063
12,548,987
14,964,800
16,170,996
15,589,039
15,854,588
19,460,788
24,5302,896
30,015,287
25,064,702
28,752,089
27,200,000
37,200,181
46,200,000
42,800,000

8,401,913
16,180,983
10,451,42.1
1.1,925,650
II,113,200
15,243,060
11,504,067
18,121,786
14,570,760
23,050,835
15,650,865
24,387,041'
19,100,000
27,350,1116
31,OC'O,OCO
22,5300,COC


RAIL & TRUCKED
BOAT OUT


$53.50
2.15
2.30
1.48
1.71
1.85
2.30
2.50
1.56
1.43
1.62
1.65
2.10
2.97
3.10
3.50

$3.05
1.50
1.50
1.16


1.57

1.53
1.04,
1.42
1.21
1. 80
2.353
2.47
OI


$1.70
.90
1.40
1.00
1.25
1.55
1.60
1.90
1.12
1.15
1.52
1.58
2.05
2.91
5.10
5.50

.1.60
.80
.90
.50
.9C0
.80
1.20
1.10
1..10
.90
1.50
1.10
1.70
2.25
2.47
5.00


OR EQUIVALENT PER BO.f


FLORIDA FLORIDA GROSS '
CONSUMED CANNED ALL


$1.70
.90
1.40
.90
1.15
1.25
1.50
1.70
1.12
1.15
1.32
1.28
1.70
2.50
2.60
5.00

S1.60
0
.90
.-40
.90
.70
1.10
1.00
1.10
.50
1.12
.85
1.45
1.85
2.00
2.60


$1.00
.58
.65
.70
.80
.80
1.00
1.25
.36
.41
.19
.80
1.08
1.70
2..02
2.60

, .90
.50
.30
.32


.73
.55
.-.I"
.22
.33
.37
.71
1.05
1.53
1.91


$3.12
1.93
2.10
1.36
1.59
1.69
2.10
2.31
1.41
1.32
1.37
1.48
1.91
2.72
2.91
5.17

;2.56
1.25
1.33
.86
1.1 9
.88
1.79
1.09
1.05
.6-1
.79
.71
1.20

1.85
0 .21


NET-*TO GROWER
NET
NET RAIL" &
ALL BOAT


$1.15
.52
.71
.14
.42
.53,
.88
1.06
.25
.20
.17
.32
.69
1.45
1.31
1.753

$ .99
.07
.22
-.11
.25
.01
.46
.25
.18
-.09
-.01
-.02
.54
.67
.92
1.36


$1.20
.57
.75
.10
.38
".50
.90
1.15
.30
.25
.29
.56
.76
1.56

1.79

1.20O
.09
.25
-.07
.29
.08
.61
.35
.355

.20
.12
.60
1.10
1.00
1.53


RAIL AND BOAT
COST
PICKlING
COST HAULING
PRODUC- MARKETING
TICE RATTP-ROAT


$ .80
.48
.60
.48
.46
.45
.45
.42
.38
.34
.42
.40
.44
.40
.50
.50

:,/ .60
.53
.40
.38
.39
.57
.59
.30
56
.50
.40
.35
.-0
.35
.40
.40


$1.30
1.10
.95
.90
.87
.90
.95
.93
.88
.84
.91
.87
.90
1.01
1.25
1.21


1.05
.85
.85
.83
.84
.87
.83
.82
.71
.82
.74-
.80
.88
1.07
1.07


I'ot to grc.:r-r (or "ru t o-.mwor) idic fIz the Trmouqt pr bpx .aftr dedorting roduion nd ,.ll other
cozts -ccFt iz.-tc ro s .n- Arci on. rn:.- n ITroc ivor rrlc b- bo o ~nino, lf addin
.producf1iorn coss to it to uroor return. *r Fruit y '.r when produc icn hnrv.est -hiprm.nts reotricted.


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,





CITRUS PRICE ANALYSIS 1929-30 TO 1944-45


FLCIE)A GROSS FOR 1l'RKET


BOX YIELD


TANGERINES


OR SQUITViLT PF-3R DO.:


RAIL & TP.U-D FLORIDA FLORID.:.
BOAT OUT CCIJSILED CAilUED


G'OSS
ALL


, TO GRG.0ER
RET
I ET R.1IL &I
ALL BOAT


F '.IL & BOAT
COST
F IC KI P
COST HiULTmIL3
FRCPUC- ?,'.:-TriG
TION RATILB&OAT


1929-30-h- 448,054 $3.50 51.40 $1.40 3- $5.26 $ .84 0 .90 $ .90 $1.70
1930-31 1,869,925 1.95 1.00 1.00 1.71 .01 -.09 .54 .1.50
1931-32 1,465,807 2.05 1.00 1.00 1.85 .05 .05 .75 1.25
1932-33 1,519,200 1.42 1.00 .90 1.32 -.18 -.30 .56 1.16
3933-34 1,992,091 1.80 1.40 1.25 1.68 .29 .19 .56 1.05
1934-35 2,003,755 1.66 1.15 1.10 1.51 .21 ;16 ..55 .95
1935-36 2,095,397 2.00 1.50 1.40 1.86 .42 .55 .55 1.10
1936-37 0,018,634 1.45 1.15 1.05 1.57 -.18 -.20 .50 1.15
1937-38 2,257,973 1.86 1.28 1.28 1.72 .14 .18 .52 1.16
1938-59 3,381,873 1.34 1.05 1.05 1.27 -.07. -7.06 .45 .95
1939-40 2,257,545 2.00 1.90 1.70 '1.95 .42 .44 .50 1.06
1940-41 2,751,624 1.68 1.65 1.31 1.60 ; 108 .10 .50 1.08
1941-42 2,100,000 2.85 2.80 2.40 2.77 1.09 1.11 .58 1.16
1942-43 4,200,149 2.78 2.70 2.25 2.72 .98 1.03 .40 1.35
1943-44 5,600,000 3.70- 3.70 3.00 3.62 1.36 1.37 .65 1.68
1944-45 3,900,000. 4.25 4.25 3.60 4.18 1.91 1.92 65 .1.68
TOTAL CITRUS
1929-30** 17.,224,600 05.19 $1.65 Y1.65 $ .91 v2.85 v1.06 1.19 ., .71 (1.29
1930-31 35,004,971 1.86 .88 .88 .50 1.61 .29 .33 .43 1.10
1931-32 24,446,218 1.95 1.20 1.18 .31 1.75 .45 .50 .53 .92
1932-33 2,, 409,630 1.36 .80 .70 .33 1.15 .02 .015 .-.5 .90
1933-34 29,276,287 1.65 1.19 1.08 .54 -1.45 .34 .336 .44 .67
1934-35 32,855,854 1.63 1.19 1.05 .38 1.33 .27 .32 .43 .88
1935-36 29,462,052 2.14 1.48 1.37 .74 1.81 .69- .76. .14 .9-4
1936-57 40,601,208 2.04 1.58 1.43 .61 1.70 .61 .75 .37 .92
1957-58 40,939,629 1.57 1.12 1.13 .46 1.30 .22 .305 .38 .88
1938-39 56,4.'7,995 1.31 1.07 1.04i .24 1.0.4 .07 .15 .34 .82'
1939-40 42,973,112 1.60 1.51 1.29 .28 1.17 .12 .8. .2 .0
1940-41 55,890,754 1.51 1.49 1.18 .47 1.15 .16 .27 .39 .85.
1941-42 48,400,000 2.06 2.05 1.69 .83 1.66 .57 .74 .43 .89
1942--3 68,700,000 2.81 2.78 2.28 1.22 2.23 1.11 1.41 .39 1.01
194.-44 80,800,000 3.01 3.10 2.37 1.7C 2.47 1.16 1.28 .49 1.24
1944'-15 69,000,000 3.48 3.57 2.95 2.25 2.93 1.62 1.75 .48 1.25
* Not to Frovwer (or fruit ormor) indicates amot Dor box after dduicting production and '-1 othbr ccsts
ecopt invest txo and deoprciaton. The "On avornp rico m be obtind by dcitng th? produc-
tlon costs to tnn ?tE to Gro4r return. **Fruit Fy yo'Cr when Froducti6n hagnrvos shpn-nts restricted.


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194l~2,(Delivz~red to Cannrieri s)
194142,19422-43, 1943-"iL & 19)4L-45 Seasons


ORANGES
_FPr BoX

October $ $ $2.03 $1.98
November 2.03 1.98
December .74 1.50 2.03 1.93
January .95 1.25 1.86 2.18
February .91 l. 8 165 2.49
March 1.10 1. 6 1.87 2.74
April 1.20 2.00 2.27 5.11
May 1.25 2.40 2.25 5.25
Juno 1. 2.45 2.20 06
July 1. 2..37 -- 06
Average 1.076 1.70 '2.02 2,60


GR 'EFRU IT
P- r Box


- 1l.7 1.8
.69 .92 1.4 1.8-
.67 6 1. 1.8
.6 1:08 1.40 2.
'1.20 1.50 2.17
.Z2 1 52 1./4 2.10
.80 1 1.76 2.20
.77 1.50 1.66 1.92
.77 1. 0 1.67 -
.706 1.05 1.53 1.91


TOTAL PRODUCTION. AND PORTION CA.'IJED AIND PROCESSED
DELIVERED PRICE PAID BY rCi.LNRS


Total
Production


OPJLNGES
Portion
Canned


Canner's
Price
Per Box


Total
Production
Roxes


GBoxcFFUI


Cannor' s
Frice
P-r Box:


Total
Oranges &
Grapefruit
Canned
Boxes


12, 8,000
.1,964 000.-
16,171,000
1 9, 000
1 ,865,000
15,461,000
24,303,000
0,01 5,000
25,065,00oo
28,752,000
27,200,000
7,200,000
46,200,000
2,800,000


6,000
0,000.
1,000
178,000
140,000
620,000
1,055,000
1,867,000
,170,000
,941,000
0,17,000
6,48000
10,912,501
4,3 ,00oo


.70
.80
1.00
1.25

.19
.80
1.08
1.70
2.02
2.60


10, 41,000
11, 01,000
1, 50,000
1I Oo000
18, 21,000
14,379,000
23,050,000
1i,6 0,000
24,387,000
19,100,000
27,500,000
31,000,000
22,300,000


.2, I),o

r%3687,000

15 793o,000


.I
.5-
.:
.22
35
.71
1.59
1.91


966,000
2,000,000
2,666,000
5,781,000
.900,000
7, 5,0oo
0, 48,000
10,262,000
12,970,000
17,812,000
14,540,000
24,02,00
51, 1,811
29,6 o,000


ESTIMATED CARLOADS CANNED BY MONTHS. ]ohIh-hi SEA.SO!
(400 Boxes to Cqrload)


October
November
December
January
February
March
ril
June 1-16


209



6,151
2,249


Carloads 5559
Boxes 14,2?3,889
U.S.D.A. 14,44000


908



2 6



11 5,7981
1 5 ,1,00


2,728
3,000


73 01
29,5 ?, 54
29,83 500:,


NOTES: Those are State Marketing Bureau estimates based on information obtained
from several sources substantially in agreement.
3000 standard boxes of tangerines wore processed at .,n estimatod price of
$2.60 per box.


1951-52
19 -
1958-59

199-0
19-

19 9
1940-1i
1941-42
19425
1ls4-V5k


oy- 1- s Bo,-,os


_







It;SPECTIO',S OF FLORIDA CITRUS FOR S![IPiE;TIT
Li HAIL AriD TRUCk Bi COUNTIES
SEASON SEPT9.:BER 1,19-4 JU1E 30,1945


G___r__ i B 0 X E S (1-3/5 bushels)
.. Graefruit Oranges Tangerines Total


Alachua
Br vard
Broward
Citrus
Dode
Dc3oto
Duval
Hardeo-
Hefrnando
tiighllandc
H.iillsborough
Indian iRiver
Lake
Lee
;.1rinatee
i.l rion
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Pu tnmn
Saint Johns
Saint Lucie
Saraso~a
Se.iinolo
'Volusia


* TOTAL


3,847
375,925
21,227
1,372
27,835
9,306
45A409
778
4,589
241,734
85,521
754,328
365,433
78,999
75,864
56,809
416,481
20,997
42,946
85,551
668,541
1,856,292
10,673
28
558,786
8,811
125,440
46,554


.48,929
844,035
.93,796
17,365
76,971
301,422
453,868
138,321
71,037
1,046,312
831,848
350,936
3,328,532
61,292
39,800
1,002,346
6,033,491
119,257
50,857
256,120
394,545
7,536,535
207,727
25,436
733,'402
30,258
1,215,768
672,351


5,990,076 "' 25,983,457


t b


CERTIFIED LIME S1HIPiM.1iTS -By Counties,
(in Termnns of Equivalent Standard


By lionths-Season 1944-:45
Boxes, 1-3/5 Bushels)*


Brevard Dade Highlands Hillsboro Pinellas Polk Totals


July 1944
Aug. "
Sept. "
Oct. "
Iov. "
Dec. "
Jan. 19-15
Fob. "
..' r '
Apr. "
.I1 y "
June "

TOTAL


161
122
67
34
7

11


20,960
21,201
17,061
18,561
23,325
7,272
1,734
1,606
4,662
5,091
10,144
28,973


402 -169,590


7,607
4,954
631
463
510
522
207
43
58
173
556
2,918


3,529
1,237
155
637
80
QU


1, 401


18,642 '1,401


37


5,675


12,952
4,381
239
455
259
162
"105
54


559
4;017


22,983 218,693


i!oto: The above data supplied by Florida Citrus Inspection Bureau,
Winter Haven, Florida.


Page 67


54,209
31,895
18,153
20,150
24,181
7,956
2,057
1,703
4,720
5,264
11,096
37,309


.2,952
25.,067.
1,465
1,112
1,964.
54,985
102,188
11,061
91,938
83,639
93,822
32,105
358,833
2,615
1,557
51,810
803,192
22,207
7,005.
83,739
58,362
1,059,755.
48,587

85,868

151,839
168,549.

3,406,216


55,728
1,245,027
116,488
19,849
106,770
365,713
601,465
150,160
1638,464
1,371,685
1,011,191
1,137,369
4,052,790
142,906
117,221
1,110,965
7,253,164
162,461
100,808
425,410
1,121,448
10,452,582
266,987
25,464
1,378,056
39,069
.1, :93,047. '
. 887,454

35,379,749






Page 68 JACKSONVILLE JODBING3 t'ARKET
SALES TO RETAILER OR EQUIVALENT SALES
TJONTHLY STPLE AVERAGES
EGGS Florida VWhite Grsde A 24 oz. per Dozen


Year
1921
1922
1925
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930-
1931
1932
1933
1934
1935
1936
1937
1938
1939
1940-
1941
1942
1945


Jan.
74.5
48.0
49.6
47.4
56.8
57.2
47.6
48.0
42.2
47.1
32.0
26.5
23.5
28.7
35.8
33.5
29.8
32.5
30.8
31.4
35.3
40.0
47.6


Feb.
48.6
40.7
36.0
44.6
45.3
42.1
35.9
32.4
34.5
35.4
22.0
16.5
17.0
25.6
31.8
31.2
27.5
26.6
24.53
26.8
25.4
31.5
38.7


Mar.
56.0
26.5
30.0
26.6
30.2
51.5
28.0
30.0
35.1
28.5
23.0
18.0
15.5
19.2
23.0
25.5
25.1
22.2
21.6
20.7
24.1
30.5
38.0


Apr. May
31.3 30.5
29.4 28.5
29.5 29.0
25.8 28.5
33.5 30.5
34.1 32.5
29.2 27.9
29.7 28..2
29.2 30.2
27.0 27.0
22.0 20.0
15.5 14.7
15.5 17.3
19.8 20.1
24.9 26.3
22.9 24.1
25.5 24.2
22.3 25.0
21.9 22.6
20.8 21.2
25.2 28.4
31.4 31.4


June
31.9
34.7
33.8
32.5
58.6
36.1
29.7
55.4
33.7
27.0
21.0
18.53
16.5
23.5
26.8
25.7
25.8
25.7
25.0
23.5
31.2
34.7


38.4* 43.0* 43.6- 46.9* 51.0- 54-.8- 58.0* 57.0: 53.6.- 47.6


1944 49.53*-59.7* 37.1*-57.0* 58.2* 41.4* 45.2* 50.3* 55.1* 58.6* 59.9* 59.0* 47.6
1945 50.0* 44.0* 57.8* 42.4* 42.6* 44.9 49.53* 54.4*
FRYERS Heavy Breed


39.1 39.7
29.0 29.5
29.5 31.0
32.7 36.6
41.4 44.0
45.5 48.0
42.0 45.0
37.0 36.2
36.0 36.2
33.1 52.9
30.0 31.0
24.4 23.2
14.6 20.4
17.6 20.2
21.5- 24.5
25.5 25.6
22.3 24.0
25.8 24.6
23.4 21.6
22.0 21.8
21.8 22.4
24.1 23.7
31.8 31.8


46.9
38.4
36.5
37.8
45.6
49.7
45.0
38.9
39.1
35.6
57.0
27.1
22.2
23.9
26.1
27.0
24.1
27.2
21.9
22.8
23.8
24.2
31.8


49.5
40.0
37.0
42.0
45.9
50.0
46.5
39.0
42.8
36.7
40.0
26.8
24.3
25.2
25.9
27.2
27.0
27.8
24.8
22.6
24.53
25.6


46.6
40.0
39.8
42.5
45.7
48.3
43.0
39.0
37.7
32.7
37.0
25.9
22.1
24.9
22.8
25.7
24.1
24.0
22.0
24.53
25.0
26.8


35.0
35.5
56.7
57.4
39.4
38.5
56.1
358.1
37.3
32.8
35.0
23.5
18.0
22.5
23.1
25.5
25.3
21.8
21.8
23.2
22.8
27.5


31.2
31.5
30.0
52.7
36.0
37.8
31.8
54.5
51.0
24.5
29.0
18.0
15.4
20.1
21.2
23.1
25.5
20.5
22.5
21.4
22.8
27.4


30.3
29.0
30.0
50.7
35.0
35.3
50.0
31.2
31.1
27.4
27.0
17.3
16.1
18.7
20.3
22.6
24.5
21.6
21.9
20.5

27.5


34.0
31.0
33.0
54.0
38.0
35.0
30.0
3 .0
35.0
29.0
27.5
18.0
17.0
19.7
21.0
22.5
25.8
22.9
21.0
21.5
22.6
29.0


35.5
29.0
32.4
53.0
39.0
35.0
31.1
35.3
,.* *2.
29.0
26.0
18.7
17.0
20.0
22.4
21.2
27.1
22.9
22.0
21.9
23.0
30.5


29.1
29.0
31.0
31.5
37.0
35.3
35.1
36.3
36.1
29.0
24.5
17.3
15.7
20.5
25.2
20.5
26.7
23.0
22.5
20.8
23.9
30.5


29.0
29.0
31.0

38.6
37.1
55.8
55.7
36.8
29.0
24.5
14.9
16.1
20.5
24.5
20.0
27.7
23.6
21.1
21.5
24.0
31.4


37.2
32.6
33.1
35.-4
40.3
41.1

36.3
36.1
30.9
30.6
21.0
18.2
21.2
23.0
23.7
25.4
25.8
2':.3
22.0
23.1
27.4


31.9* 30.6* 50.6* 30.6* 30.6* 30.6* 30.6* 30.6* 30.6- 31.0


1944 30.6* 30.6* 30.6* 31.0* 52.6* 31.8* 31.1* 30.6* 30.6- 30.6- 50.6:* 30.6* 50.9
1945 30.6* 31.6* 52.0* 32.4* 32.8* 31.6* 31.4* 31.3*


* Ceiling prices in effect.


July
42.7
37.5
39.5
39.0
44.4
41.6
35.9
36.5
39.5
30.6
25.0
21.0
22.9
28.0
31.5
31.9
30.1
31.5
29.1
28.8
56.8
39.5


Aug
47.9
37.5
42.6
43.6
48.4
44.4
41.-4
41.7
45.2
34.9
28.5
25.0
25.5
31.6
35.6
34.0
33.0
32.8
29.6
31.7
39.2
45.0


Sept. Oct.
50.0 59.4
52.8 55.0
49.8 56.3
52.1 62.0
55.2 64.0
51.8 62.2
49.0 52.1
48.3 54.8
45.2 54.1
38.2 45.4
32.0 37.5
28.2 31.5
31.4 33.0
36.8 58.0
39.0 9.3
37.5 38.4
37.2 38.1
36.3 36.3
28.8 32.4
34.5 36.4
41.4 42.0
46.1 48.00*


1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1931
1932
1955
1954
1935
1956
1957
1938
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943


Yearly
Nov. Dec. Avg.
64.8 60.0 48.1
62.8 53.9 40.6
59.3 58.0 42.8
66.2 64.9 44.4
65.6 67.0 48.3
61.0 57.1 -15.9
55.0 50.4 40.0
55.0 46.5 40.-I
55.3 54.0 41.5
43.9 40.9 35.5
38.0 33.0 27.9
32.6 35.2 23.5
32.0 34.4 23.7
40.0 40.0 29.3
37.0 40.6 32.6
41.9 43.4 32.3
39.6 38.0 51.2
36.8 40.1 30.7
33.9 30.9 27.4
36.3 38.2 29.2
44.5 42.2 34.5
48.0.:- 48.0* 39.7






JACKSOrNTLLE JOBBING MARKET (Cont'd.)
SATES TO RETAILER OR EQUIVALENT SALES
fONTIHLY SIMPLE AVERAGES
HENS Heavy Breed


Year
1921
1924
1925
1924

L926
[927
1926
1929
]530
19 3.
1955

i935
19:5
1935
19536
1957
1953
1959

190.1
1991
3 942

194.5
1945


Ja n.
33.C
26.0
26.0
27.8
31.6
30.7
30-.0
25.0
24..
29.8
23.0
20.5
13.2
14.5
17.5
20.0
18.7
20.1
21 .4
16.2
17.6
2.5.9
29.3
2;7.1
27.1*


Feb.
52.6
26.0
26.0
?.26.0
29.2
30.2
30.0
25.0
26.4
30.0
20.0
18.6
1?.5
15.5
17.8
19.9
19.3
19.0
20.7
16.7
18.1
22.8
29.3
27.1*
28.1 *


Mar. Apr. ay
51.7 29.3 26.9
26.7 .25.5. 25.4
26.0 25.0 23.0
26.4 -26.0- 27.0
29.7 '28.0' 28.0
52.5 .31.8. 31.9
29".8 -29.1- 29.0
25.0 25.0 24.5..
28.8 '28.8 27.4
28.5 27.5 26.6
22.0 -24.0 23.0
18.7 "19.0 17.5
13.0 .14.7 14.1
16.0 -15.5 18.8
18.3 18.0 18.0
19.5 20.3 20.8
18.6 *18.5. 19.0
19.9 -19.7- 19.0
20.4 '21.1 19.3
17.5 17.5 17.1
19.0 -19.9- 19.8
23.0 *25.6' 25.2
29.5 .29.4. 27.1*
27.1* 27.5* 29.2*
28.5*-28.9* 29.53*


June
2P.5
24.0
25.0
25.1
26.6
30.0
24.7
23.0
29.3
24.5
22.0
16.1
13.1
16.0
18.7
20.5
19.5
19.3
18.8
16.2
20.8
21.5
27.1*i
28.4*
28.1*


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July
25.1
24.0
20.9
24.0
25.9
30.0
25.7
21.9
23.0

21.0
14.5
13.0
15.7
13.2
20.9
16.8
19.4
17.8
15.5
20.7
21.0
27.1*
27.6*
2b7;4*


Aug. Sept.
26.2 30.3
24.0 .27.5.
21.1 24.7
26.6 29.4'
29.0 50.0
29.7 31.0.
25.6 26.0
21.1 25.9
29.0 .31.2.
22.6 23.0
20-.0 '21.5'
14.5 15.5
14.6 -15.8
14.8 '16.6-
18.4 '19.3,
20.7 20.2
16.0 17.5.
18.7 20.2'
18.2 16.9.
16.1 16.5
20.5 *21.1-
21.8 24.9.
27. 1*. 27. 1*
27.1* 27.1*
27,1* 27.1"


Oct.
31.8
26.0
26.0
30.0
31.0
51.0
26.0
27.2
29.5
22.8
25.0
16.7
16.7
17.2
21.0
19.6
18.7
20.2
16.9
18.5
21.5
26.5
27.1*
27.1*


! -Coiling prices in effect.


SCe
Sept


7-,xtra large e
La rge
Med ium -
Small


CEILINGS PREVAILING OCTOBER 4,. 194
ilings Net Weight
-27-Oct 17- Per Dozen


59. ~.


. 20 oz..up .


57.9 24 oz. .
52.9 21 oz.
44.6 18 oz.'


Grade AA., U.S. Certified ceiling 2. higher than: Grade
Add 2,. for all grades and uizes-in cartons.-
Producers and wholesalers selling direct to the consume
ti.mrs the ceiling,' or 17% abbov: ceiling.


5
S Current Market
Per Dozen
Nbte: Sales to Retailers.
. : 59.9
S 57.9
52.9
44.6
A.

r'" may legally charge 1.17


Piroducers Sales to Rotailers.
GQrade A Quality, Per Pound.


0.F.A. Ceilings (Octobor
,roilors .- Fryers, under
Roast.er Light Capons.
a*r.'tw Capons, 6 lbs & up
'owl" (Hons)
,tags &.Old Roosters
Ducks
Turikeys, Young
" Light
" rMdium
" Ha vy
F.-,ultr:.' Sold Live :aight


lbi)s
5i lbs


51.

27.1
2-4.1
28.1
27.5


Dressed

43
S 5.1
1.6
- 1 8


3b.7


: 10/ may be added for plucking
F. W. Risher,
Florida State


Dravn
51.3#
49.2--
51.6.

63.
38. L*



*1:
52.1


bird.
Poultry and Egg Specialist
Marketing Bureau.


Nov.
26.0
26.0
24.3
28.6
28.1
30.2
25.0
25.5
29.5
25.0
22.5
17.0
15.4
17.8-
21'.7'
19.6
20.2
21.. 0
17.9
17.8
23.0
26'.5


Yearly
Dec. *-Avg.
26.0 28*8-
26.0 25.6
24.7 24.2.--'
27.8 27.1.
29.3 28.7"
31.1 30,7
25.0 26.9
24.5 24.3
29.8 28..5
23.0 25.3.-
22.0 22.0
14.4 16.9
14.0 14.3
17.5 16.1
2b. 6 19'.0
18.7 20.1
20.7 18.6
21.2 19,8
1.5 18.7
17.2 16.9
23.1 20.4
27.8 23.9


27.1* 27.1*
27.1* 27.1*


27.8
27.5


55.UL





Pago 70
JACKSONVILLE LIVESTOCK MARKET
(Substantially Southeastern Prices)
COWS CALVES STEERS HOGS
Medium Common Good Madium Good Mediumn :o. 1 No. 2
100 lbs. 100 lbs. 100 lbs. 100 lbs.
S:5.00oo-6.00:4.00-5.50:7.00-8.25:5.50-7.00:7.00-8.50:o.00-7.o0:8.50 :7.50
)-5 :3.75-4.50:3.25-3.75:5.o00-6.50:4.00-5.00:5.;00-6.00 :.O,-5.O0:9.25-9.50":.25-8.50
3-3 ;3.50-4.25:2.50-3.50:50-6.50:4.75-5.50:5.50-6.7?;4.50-5.50:6.0 ;->0
9-4 :2.50-3.25:2.0oo-2.75:.oo-5.oo 00:3.oo- .oo:00. 00-.75-:. 00-.25:5.25 .75
10 2 5:5.25
5-I:2.50-3.00:1.75-2.50:. 50-4.75:.oo00-4.00oo:.5-.25:5.00-3.75 :..5o :.20
*- :2.25-2.75;1.25-2.00o).75-4.25: .0-35.50: .00-5,25:3.50-L.25:.75 -.50
37:2.00-2.50:1.50-2.00:35.25-3.753.00-3.25:3.50-4.25 5.00-5.5C:2.65 :-.40
:2.00-2.75:1.00-2.o00:3.25-3. 75:2.50-3.25:5./ 5-.25:35.o00-5.75:3.75-4.00:.o50-3.75
:2.25-2.75:1.50-2.25:4.00-4.75:3.00-4.00o:.u-W.150:5.50-:.uO:3.75-4.00:.50-3 .75
S:2.oo-2.50:1.0 -2.o :5.50-4.25:2.50-3.75:4.00-4.o- 5:3.25-,o00:5.40-5.60:4.90-5.90
-5:.50-o0.o:1.75-.25:5.50-6.50: .75-5*25:6.25-7.25: -.25.00-6.2 00-7.7.25-0.50
6-:.25-9 P.2.00- .50:5.25-6.25 :4. 0-5.50:6.o-7.50u4.75-6.00:7.25-7.50:6.50-6.75
9-6 :2.75-4.25:2.00-2.75:5.50-6.50:4.50-5.50:5.50-o.25:.O0-5 .25:9.25-:9.75:8.75-9.25
12-6:3.25-4.50:2.50-3.25:5.00-5.75:4.00-5.25:5.75-6.75:4.75-6.00:7.75-8.00:7.25-7.50
0 :h.o0-oo.00:3.25-".oo: .75-6.50:4.50-5.7:06.u0-7 .o:5,oo-6.o0:7.50-.7 .7 .00-7.25
6-5 :;.25- oo .50-4.25: .2 -6.oo:.50o-5 .2:6.25-7.oo:.5-6.50:8.o- .50:7.50-d.0o
9-4 5.75- .50: .oo-3.75:5. oo-6.oo .25-5.oo: 5.50-o.oo .: 0-5.50 :. o0-9.50 ,50-9.9o
12- :.50 .uo: .75-3.50:5.00oo-6. oo00:4.25-5.25 :>. 25-6.o00 50-5.25:3.60-0.90 s.10-.40o
3 :124.00-4.50:3.25-4.o0: 5.25-5.75:4.00-5.25:6.00-7.25:5.0-6. 508.00-86.40.60-7.90
6-4 :4.50-5.00:3.50-4.25:5.75-6.50 :4.75-5.505:7.00-8.00:5.50-6.5 :9.50-10o 9.oo-90
)-7 :4.o0-5.25:3.o0-4.oo:5.50-6.00:4.50-5.25:6.00-7.25s5.00-6.5:8.75-9.oo0:8.25-8.50
12-7:4.00-4.50:3.00-4.00:5.00-5.50 :4.00-5.25:6.00-7.00:5.00-6.0oo6.25-6.65:6.00-6.40
374~: .25-5.00o3.25- .2 25-6.50o. 0-5.50:6.25-7.o0:5.50-6.5o:6.75-7.756. 25-7.25
6-7 : .50-5.25:3.50-4.25: .50-7.o00:. 50-5.50:6.5-7.50:.50-6.50:7.70 :7.20
9-b : .0-5.00:3 00oo-4.oo: 5.0-6. oo :.50-5.25:6.25-7.o;0:5.5o-6.5o:7.o :6.50
12-3: 4.00-.53:5.003-4.30:5.50-6.75:4.50-5.50:6.50-7.50:5.50-6.50:6.oo :5.50
3-:4*.75-5-4.75:6.50-7.50:5.00-6.50:7.00-8.30:6.30-7.00:6.85 :6. 30
6-3 :5.oo-. 5: .o0-5.00: 6.00-7.50 o .o-6.oo00:6.50o-8.o005.0-6 .50:6. o00 :5. 50
9-2 :. 50-5.5:0oo-4.75:5.75-7.25:4.75-5.75:6.50-7.50:5.>0-6.50:5.90 :5.40
12-2;4.50-5.25:3.75-4.50:6.00-7.25:5.00-6.00oo:7.oo00-7.75:6.00-7.00:490 .65
19-0 5 19L'Q
:5.0o-5.75:.o00-5.00:6.25-7.25:5.25-6.25:7.oo0-8.00:6.00-7.00:5.00 .-75
6-1 : ,75-5.25:5.75-.75:6.50-7.50:5.50-6.507.00-8.2 5:6.00-7.00:5.25 :5.00
9-7 : .25-500,3.75-4.50:6.oo-7.00 5.o00-6.00:6.75-7.7 :5.50-6.75:6.75 :6.50
12 :25-5oo:00.oo00-4.50:6.oo7:: -6 :7 :00-7.00:5.65 :-5.40
191: 19 1
-1 :5.25-6.00:4.50- .25:6.25-7.50:5.25-6.50:7.50-8.75:6.50-7.50:6.50 -o.00
6-7 : .25-6.25:4.25-4.25:6.75-7.75:5.50-6.50:7.75-8.50:6.75-7.75:8.90 :8.40
9-6 :5.50-6.75:4.50-5.50:7.50-8.75 :6.50-7.50:8.00-9.00:7.00-8.00:10.25 :9.75
12-5:5.50-6.50:4.25-5.50:7.00-8.00:6.00-7.00:7.50-8.50:6.50-7*50:8.25 :7.75
- :6.25-7.25: .00-6.25:7.50-8.50:6.00-7.50:8. 0-9.50:7.50-8.25:9.o00o .50
2- :6.50-7.50..00-6.50:7.50-8.75:6.25-7.50:8.50-9.75:7.50-8.50:9.50 :9.00
5-6 :7.0-8.25:s.75-7.25:.20o-10. :6.75-8.0oo0:9-10.50 :8.00-9.00:11.25 :10.7
4-3 :7.25-8.50:5.75-7.50:9-10.50 :7.00-9.00:9.75-li A.50-10 :11.75 :1125
5-8 s7.oo-8.5 :5.50-7.oo009.00o-lo 10 7.50-9.00:9.50-11- t3.00-9.75:11.25 :11.75
0-6 :7.00-3.50:6.00-7.00:9.00-11 :7.00-9.00:10-11,50 :8.75-10 :12-13.00 :11.5-12.5
7-3 :7.Jo-8.25:6.00-7.25:9.75-11'- :7. 50-9. ':10-11 ,:8.25-9.75:12.1-13.1:11.6-12.6
-7 :7.50-8.7:6.25-7.75:10 -11. 5:7.75-10- :10-11.50 :8.25-10 :513-13o. :12-13.00
9-4 :7.53-8.50:6.25-7.5o:1-,00 :8.o00-10 9.-75-11 8.00-10 12.75-13-112-12.75
10-2: 7.0-8.50:6.25-7.5 310-11.50 :8.00-10 :9.75-114 :8.30-10 :1:-12.50 12.50-1
11-6:7. 0-8. 5:6.00-7.25:9.75-1-2i :8.0-9.75:9.50-11 :8.03-9.50:12-12.50 :11.50-12
12-4 :7. 0-8.50:6.0O-7.25: 1.OO-1}-;8.uO-10 9.25-11 i8.33-9.25:11.50-12 :11-11.50





Pago 71
JACj:SOUVILLE LIVESTOCK MARKET (Co:nt'd)
*.1 (Substantially Southeastern Prices)
CQ u C ALVES 3 IE E R S H 0 G S
Me ,ddium CorLoni Good i~d.n Good o4ediurn NI2.__ I _o. 2
100 ibs. 10 10 -, bm -i0 Lbs.
1-1 7.5:.3-G.75:6.25-7.75:10-11.`0 ..00-10 .9.5-11- t3100-9.5,0 12-12.11,75-12
2-r i.75-11 :7. 0-.:. 5011ll.OO-l8 .9.00-11 :10.50-1 :8,-1o.75 :.2. 5-l1l:2 --2.7:
;96-11 :7. 0-. :5i11.00-1 ,:9.00-11 :11:-1.0 :9.oo-il :1 .7--1 3: 137
4- ,9)-10.75 .7.50-8.7r:11.00-1 :9.50-i1iT :11-12.o0 s9-11.2- :i.56-1 :0 -13. 0
5-7 :9-11.00 : 7.00-8.75 :1l001 :9. 90-11 :11-12.50 :9-l 0 :1. 50-1 l-13. 0
:9-10.50 :7.00-8.75:11.00-1 i-:9.0-11 :11-ii5. 0 :9-1 1.5 :13 -13.75:12,75-13
-2 8.5-10 :6.75-8.50:11.o0-15 :9. 5-11 :111-13- : -11. :12 75-1:12--12.75
- :9.0oo-0o-101- :6.50-8.,:11.oo-1 :9.oo0011 :11-136.0 :9-1.5o :l -3.7 12.75-i
J3pt :9.00-10.5:8.00-9.oo:12r15.50,.:i2.o-00- :13.00 :12.o0- 3 :1" .50-1h:12.75-- 5
0ct :3.o0-9.75:7.0(-8.50:1212.50 :10.00-1 :11. 5-120:11-12 5 :1-.25-14 :12.50-1^-
;;ov :3.50-9..00:7.00-8.00:12.00 :11.00 :12-12.50 :10-11.50 :1-1 .50 :11i-12.7
Dec :3.:0-10 :7.25-8.50:12-12.50 : ?11-1.50 :12-15.30 :9.50-12 :11. -12.50:.0:5-11.75
Jan :9.00-10 :7.53-8.0:12-1 .50 :11-1P.00 :12.5 0-1 :10-12.00 :11-12. ID-O-11.35
Feb :9.00-10.5:7.75-9.50:12-1 .00 :11-12.00 :13-14.50 :10.50-13 :11-1).00 :10-12.25
Y. ch :9.75-11 :9-10.00 :12-1.00;.-11-1.00 :13.25-15 :11.5-13.5:12-15.25 :1ll-12.50
Apr :9.50-10 5:3.00-9. ):17-1 .00 :11-1 .00 :14-15.00 :11.5-13.5:12.2 -15 :11.5-12-
Yay ;:9.50-10-:8.00-9.>:13rl1.50 :11-1 .00 :14-1 ~.00 :11. -13.5:12-10.25:11.25-12,5
Juno :.. 25-10.5:8.00-.D0:1314.00 :11-1i.00 :1".5-1 :10- .50 :12-1 .00 :11.25-12--
July :9.2 -10.`:7.25-1. 51: -.50 *:10-12.oo :1 .5-1.5:10-13.oo ,12-~ .5o:11.5-12.7.
Aug :8.-10 :7.50-0..,0:12-14.50 :10-12.09 1l1 ,.0 :10-12.5 :1-l. :11.75-14
3elt :a.I5-p :.6.75-8. 0:12- 4.00 :9.50 11 :12-l :9..50-121 :1-1 .25 :12-1.00
0.t :8.25-9.o0:. 50-8.0L:12-1.00o ;9o- .75 :12'.50-'- :9.25-12-4 :1-14 (12-13.25
Nov :8.10-O.50:0b.5-8.00:12-13.50 :9- 1.75 :12.25-1. :9.30-12 r :13-13.5 :12-15.75
Dec :8.60-10" :7.25-5.50:12.50-14 :9.75-12 :12.50-1-"-:).75-13' :12-13.25. 11~--13-
Jar, :9.25-10- :8.00-9.50:12.75-14-~10.50-15 :13.50-15 .11.00-13 :12-14.35 :11L- 13.75
Feb :9.50-10k :9.00-9.O:14-15.50 :11.50-1 .:1 -15.25 :11.50-1 : 5-14.551 -1
lr'ch :9.15-11 :9.25-9.i5:1b.00-15 :12.00-1 :4-1. 5012.00- s 14 5:
Aor :10-11.59 ,9.25-10 1-15. 0.:12-.00-4 :14.25-15:12.oo-14, ;l|-1 .5:-1l.-1.5
miv :9.75-i1 9.00-10 :1 .50-14 :11.50-1 2: .50-16 :12.51- :1 331 1
Ju;e :9.50-11 :9.00--.50:1 .0-15 :11.00-1 ,1 -15.50':12-14.50 :1- 51 -1.
July :10-11.50 :9.25-10- :;1.50-15 ,11.00-1 :1 -15.50 :11.50-14 :l --4 35:1-1.:5
Cows: In the above data, prices of good and medium cows were -best from Feb.' 15-thru
July, while prices were bost for common, and canner and cutter cows in March,
Aprl1 and I.oMay.
Calv.Os: Good and !.:ediurL calves brought highest'prices in April and May, late July,
August, and aurly Septrmbor. Thu August and Septomber market for high gradu calves
Ws s3ti:nulated t ru ifo'd.-r purchases. Cull and common calves sell higher during the
nmnths of '-urch 1 t'ru Juno 30.
jto:r3 and Hoifors: Goud and medium steers 'and heifers bring boat prices from Feb.
0( ttu-u i.arcn, April' and May 15th; however common and lower grades sell for best
prices dLring L.arch, Arril and to about May-15th.
1o1s: iogs g.rer.ll'" sell fbr best prices from March 1 thru Soopt. 30th, with highest
pr-v,:Llirig prices existing from July 15th thru Sopt. 30th. There is gon3rally a high
-.,rk---t .'b.i.i~- ii a7rci and April. Tho lowest prico months aro from Nov.15 to
Feb. l t.
Ho 3unoport Pricc.s bv.' 'A PB'rro.vs ui (-ilts Good to ChoicQ.
i Chicago F 1 o r i d a
E o trd Hard Tinished Soft & Oily
Effective d -.t I
.iovo,:ibor 10, 1.) 2b-270. lbs. $13.75
Do.ember 15, l)4 4 200-270 lbs 11.35 311.85
D',ce-ber 2,,- 1 4.- 200-300 lbs. 13.75. 11.3> 11.8
J:,n u-rv 27 194 20p-330 lbs. 1.75 13.-5 11.85
A-ril lu1, 19 2Yj-270 lbs. 13.75 315.5 11.85
'ay 15,. l1b 180-240 lbs 15.75 13.35 11.85
.ay 15, 19)4 2140-270 Ibs 19.00 12.60 11.10
October 1, 1-'74 200-240 lbs. 12.50 12.10 10.60
,ov.m.ber 16, 144 2JO-270 lbs. 12.50 12.10 10.60 .
A.;ril 11, 145 I 200-270 lbs 13.00 12.60 11.10
:JO LIVESTJCK 13 ANY BETTER THAN THE FEED FROM '.YICH IT IS PRODUCED.
L. H. Lewis, Livestock Specialist,
Florida State Ma rketing Bureau.
A portion of the above data was obtained from Federal-State Market News
Sr':ico. Thoimai'vill. Georzia.





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VOLUmI, AMD VALUE OF FLORIDA GENERAL FARM CROPS


(For Selucted Years)
la1


1 'PP


Cor modity nit Production Farm Value Unit. Production f rm Value
Corn Bu. 8,668,000 $ 9,79,000 Bu. 8,888,000 $ 7 110,000
Cotton Bale 20,000 1 ,78,000 Bale 28,000 2 902,000
Tobacco Lbs. ,200,000 2, ,000 Lbs. ,2 000 1 000
Peanuts(Picked & Threshed) Lbs. 40,000,000 2,.20,000 Lbs. 26,50,000 1, ,000
Sweet Potatoes Bu. 2,500,000 317000 Bu. 1 680,000 218, 000
Cow Peas Bu. I cludod in 0 her ield Crops .,
Oats Bu. 255,000 250,000 Bu. 180,000 137,000
Velvot Boans Tons I cluded in 0 ior o'ild Crops
Hay Tons 8, 000 1,768,000 Tons 64,000 1,2 ,000
Sutgar Cano Syrup Gals 35,67 000 3 554,000 GalT 2,320,000 1 067,000
3ugar-Raw Tons o R cora Tonse .o R cord
3lac.:r Strap Molassos Gals No R cord Gals No R. cord
S)11 17.).(O1 1),1-000 Lbs. 880.0001 00.000
Total Incomploto $ J4,95,000 $17,858,000
othr Finld Crons i, isc .000.000 Msr t I *l.h0Q 0
SIOQh 1Q9?_
nmmiodi ty Unit Production FLrm lue Unit Production farm Vlue
Corn 1Bu. 7,200,000 $ 7,688,000 Bu. 8,262,000 7,682,000
Cotton Bale 21,000 2,4.1,000 Bale l',000 4,o,1,000
Tobacco Lbs. 01,000 1,916,000 Lbs. 5,8,000 1,143,000
Pcanuts(Picked & Throshod) Lbs. 28 ,o0,000 12,749000 Lbs. 23,00,000 1,1 7,000
Swvjot Potatoes Bu. 1 ,000 2,69,000 Bu. 1, ,00 3,56,000
Cow Po:.s Bu. 04,000 170,000 Bu. 6,000 129,000
Oats Bu. 8i,000 1i8,000 Bu. 125,000 8c,000
Volvot Beans TonF 59,000 8144,000 Tons 5 ,300 750,000
Hay Tons 58,00 1,119,000 Tons fI,000 1,00,l000
Sugar Cano Syrup Gals 1,550,000 1,350,000 Gals 1,650,000 1,732,000
Sugar-Raw.v Tons No R cord Tone No Record Vory Light
Black Strap Molasscs Gals No Rt cord Gals No Record Vory Light
P-^-nn _LObs .1 .0,000 1_L 9.00,n, T.bs, 1,O16',0n.3 Oqr00
Total Inoomplote $.23, 5,00I 0 22,890,000
Other Fi.eld Croprs isnL *I ,00 Misc 50r,100000
Commodity _____Unit Production Farm Vnlu I. Unit Proidution FArm Value
Corn Bu. 7,75,0 7 ,00 u. ,0 5,10,000
Cotton Bale 22,00 1 ,00 Balo 5600 2,720,000
Tob'Lcco Lbs. 8,635,0C0 2,5 ,0030 Lbs. 9,7 8,000 2,672,000
Peanutz(Picked & Threshcd) Lbs. 28,175,000 1 t' 00 Lbs. 2,52.,000 9, 000
Swoct Potatocs Bu. 1,70 ,00. 2,49 ,000 Eu. 1,360,C0 1, 46,000
Cow Ps Bu. 48,000 162000u. 86,000 2 ,,00C.
Oats 5u. 1 5,030 92, 00 Bu. 112 000 67,000
Volvot Beans Tons o8,3000 877,300 Tons ,00 572 ,000
Hay Tons 54,000 1,0 8,000 Tons h, 000 85,000
Sugar Cano Syrup Gals 1,485,000 l,2o2,000 Gals 1,5' o000 994,000
Sugnr-Raw Tons 1,000 No Record Tons ,000 No Record
Black Strap Molasses Gals 134,000 No Record Gals 2,202,000 No Record
PF .ms IIL:.. 2.OO. 00 .000 00rLbr. 1,150 000 02.000
Total Incomplcto zl19,67 'J-)0 16,15 8,000
Othcr Field Crops 1_ a_ _2. ______0,' llisc. ___._____P0''0
7'nmc.dity Unit Production F-rm Vnluo U nit Production Firm Va.Iue
e'orn Bu. 6,550, 00 .$ 2,92 ,00 Du. 7,96 ,000 $ 322,000
Cotton Bale 18,000 5,000 Bale l1,000 Is 76,000
Tobacco Lbs. 3,310,000 ,000 Lbs. 8,680,000 2, 98,000
Poanuts(Pickod & Throshod) Lbs. 24,070,000 1,6l 000 Lbs. 8,50,000 1, ,000
Swoet Potatoos Bu. 1,500 000 1,252,000 Bu. 1,6 0,00 1,p ,oo
Cow Peas Bu. 9/4,000 99,000 Bu. 88,000 15M,000
Oats Bu. 75,000 2?,000 Bu. 112,000 77,000
Velvet Boans Tons 60,000 255,000 Tons 70,000 700,000
Hay Tons 41,000 ,000 Tons 52,000 582,000
Sugar Cano Syrup Gals 1,760,000 ,000 Gals 2,660,000 984,000
Sugar-Raw Tons 7,000 **1,2 000 Tons 42,000 **1,70,000
Black Strap Molassos Gals ,489,000 ,900 Gals 3,292,000 595,040
)o ". .. ____..2 V 3000Lhs. 3.,4300 90 40
Total Incompleto e 9,91.,900 'g16,295,040
Other Fiold Crops cMse *1.500.000 Misc_ *P000.000


- Estimated by Marketing Bureau





VOLU! A.:D VALUE OF PLCRTIA .GERMAL FAPM CROIS (Cont'd)
(For-Selectod Years)


Conneodity
Corn
Cotton
Tobacco
I'eanuts(Ficked & Thri
Swoet Potatoes
Cow Peas
Oats
Velvet Beans
'lay
Sugar Cane Syrup
Sugar-Raw
Black Strap Molasses
Total Incomplete
Othor Fiold Crops


1938 _


eshod)


Unit
Bu.
Bale
Lbs.
Lbs.
Bu.
Bu.
SBu.
Tons
*Tons
Gals
Tons
.Gals
T.'.-.


Production,
8,5t2,000
26,000
1-,686,000
56,250,000
1,00,000
88,000
000
60,000
66,000
2,090,000
92,000
7 4010, ln)


Farm Value
$ 5,071,000
P 263 000
S688,000
1,2 7,000
158,000
,000
7 ,000
000
::3t ,000
S .60480


Unit
Bu,
Bale
Lbs.
Lbs.
Bu.
Bu.
Bu.
Tons
Tons
Gals
Tons
Gals
T.hc. .


1o10
Production
8,052,000
21,000
16,q28,000
75,5320,000
890,000
,000
1 ,000
,000
F,000
1,120,000
97,000
5,1 ,000
n ot')


$21,619,486
.MiC.__2.20.000 Misc.


Commodity
Corn
Cotton
Tobacco
Poanutc(Picked & Threshed)
Sw.'et Potatoes
Cow Poes
Oats
Velvet Beans
.iay
Sugar Cane Syrup
Sugar Cane
Black Strap Molasses
Total Incco iplete
cOther FPi.ld Cropse


Unit
Bu.
Balo
Lbs.
Lbs.
Bu.
Bu.
Bu.
Tons
Tons
Gals
Tons
Gals
LTks.


PrQduc tion.
6,0,o000o
17,051,000
31,711,0o0
o01,77,0,00
1,22 ,000
10,00
65,00
64,000oo
1,600,o000oo
949,c 's0
5,157,00.3
T, 6. 0o


Farm Value
S5,609,000
1,461,000
4,052000
2,471,000
1, 59 000
102, 000
107 000
845 ooo
81 ,000
880,000
4,081,000
** 928,000
M74.000
$22,2 ,000
*x non nn


Bu.
Bale
Lbs.
Lbs.
Bu.
Bu.
Bu.
Tons
Tons
Gals
Tons
Gals
Lbs.


Production
7,413,000
14,778,000
69,600,000
1,190,000
5,000
i:9,O00
1 ,000
,000
75,000
1,760,000
648,000
6.&9 O.0


Fflm Valun
$ 7,784,000
1 2000
1,554,000
S6,808,000
1 5,550,000
000
1 2,000
742,000
993,000
1,144,000
3,072,000

$28,296,000
* R no nM


Corn
Cotton
Tobacco
Poanuts(Picked & Throched
Svoeet Potatoes
Cow Pe:>s
.elvet Beo.ans
Sutr.r Csne Syrup
SuCgr Cane
'lack Strap Molasses
)*Qclflns


)


_IQI
Unit Production Farm Valuo
Bu. 6,488,000
Bale 9,000
Lbs. 19,310,000
Lbc. 70, 60,000
Bu. 1, 88,0000
Bu. Not Available
Bu. L2 2,000
Tons Not Available
Tons 64,000
Gals Not Available
Tons 1,0lh,000
Gals 6,835,000
T., C: )i. 7.M7.000


Subject to revisions.


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* Estimated by Marketing Bureau.
** Estimate from unofficial sources.
All of the above information from the U.S. Agricultural Statistician in
Orl.ando, Florich., e:-.cept when noted.


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1929
1932

19 1
19 5
1,4 -
1932
19 o

19.1






Summer
1950
1931
1932
191
1934
1955
1936
1957
1938
1959
1940
1912
1943
19%5
NOTE: F:
1936 and


1930
19351
1932
1955
19

19 5
1936
1937



19+5
19 59


19 0
1941



191
19 6

19 9
19M


6,800
7,500
6,000
2,000
000
300
,000
16,8300
29,500
12, 30
11, 00
13 ,600
19,000
20,000
Sun Cur


Estimnvt.d F*.rm Valu_


Production
5,100 00,)0 lbs.
,767 ,000
8, 50000
1, 20 000
5/408,00 5
0,020,000
7,200,000
l4 ,112 ,':3
15,692 ,. 002,.

8,192,00'
11 ,1 ,000 o
11 ,852,0Y'
1 1,1 00,0_
.d PFtller IgB.-lO Rind.-?
(Typ.es 45 4 and 5(
Tz2E Prrati


9 23,000 or
:.0 ';0 ",
287 COO "
13 ,020 "


5 I 3 ,,00 t j

2, 05:, "
2 0 CD "
67 03 "
6,Z 1 O "-
4,827,000 "
6,1,90,000 "
6,E 1,0oo "
=-hS) Darlm Loaf
Ectimvtcd
Fr.rm Vilu c


Per Pound


.4
4



4
/
4
4
4
4
4
4


700 F 7?1,x ? O $158 o,")i 20.1
700 F 0;25,'')0.1 9,3J 1 4.9
200 F '1 ' 'j0 J4, .)D 19d
100 F 02 i,'0 9,C'2) 11!I
300 F 36: '' C 43,0:0) 11.9
700 F 770, '0X 1D ,0 0 15.5
4 00 F 3. 5"Ix,, i
100 3 1' ,000 ,,1937 1 ( l 5
( 3 1 ,",'' 1959 ( 1. 13.2
60 oo F 46,: o (,' i( 15.5
6o 10 D D41 17'-5
1,000 B ] ,'' I, O 1 7 ,:.O 13.4
60o B ,.,. J *.,,CC., 14.4
600 B X' ," i15,C:, 17.5
200 3 1 :,' :' 357,0'), 22!
100 r 70,0 0 IQ,300 27.1
200 b 1,,.j J 7,0'.. ho.
Fillor (Type 45) discontinu- d ?.ft.r 1959. B: Bindor (Typo 56-S) started in
continued to date'.
Shado Grcrr-o-Air CuLrd (,r\: Ljfri' Vrr.-opr Tyo:- 62
Aorago e Prductionr BEtiimted Farm V5luc
2,900 5,19,C)o,0 Ib.;. 1,'91!4L,-.: or 6-,! pcr lb.
2,400 2,6106,0 785,0 D "
2,030 1,970,030 uO0,000 "
1 100 'n "3" 17 000 1 "
1,600 1,4 ,' 8 3 pr lb.
2,100 1,b",,,,C'O: l,2.,0C'C '5! per lb.
2,000 2,360,0: 1 4l,' 0X 69.' "
2,100 1,80,,'0: 1 ,i4,C03 70' "
2,400 2,712,000 1,95',0900 72! "
2 500 1 ,: ... 1 ,0"'. 7 / "
3,200 ,,. .:,X 2, 70 "
3, 6- 23 0.0' 75' ,, ,
2 800 2966 000 2 -1 "
2,500 2 ,8,00 ,5,000 1."
2,500 2,5oo0,0. 3, ,oo' 1.40" "
PFlcrid A, action S-l: Flue Curod Tvpn rr,. L
Sles V 0 1u C a T"l t 1 V.a 1 u o
10,939,275 lbz. ..2,220,'^0 nr ?20.21 per lb.
1,7971 12.20 "
591" 17. "
6,0155,52 1.05 21. 3 "
"L 2 '4 2 2.- "4c
9, ., 1 .16. 5'. 77.7.. ."
12i4 E )0 4 o25 9.0 ,


18.1l
6.w
11!
12.!
23d
17.8/
224
21.1i

17.5
21.

36.2/
38.&1


FLORID. TOBACCO
FPlun Ciredri (Bric-h Lr f) Tvo UIn.






Page 75


SUMMARY OF 1944 FLUE-CURED TOBACCO ALLOTMENTS
Planted Acreage and Yields
Bright Leaf (Type No. 14)


No. Allot- Allotted Planted Actual Normal No.Farms
County ment Farms Acreage Acreage Yield Yield Planting


Alachua
Baker
Bradford
Calhoun
Citrus
Columbia
Dixie
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Hr-miltcn
Hernando
Holmes
Juckson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lakek
Leon
Levy
.adison
Sarion
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Polk
St. Johns
Santa Rosa
Sumter
Suvaannee
Taylor
UJnion
WJashington


601
159
116
5
3
599
38
113
134
625
4
31
103
106
426
7
44
77
825
94
37
1
1
11
1
6
75
1,4'30
98
206
8


2,808.7
355.6
401.8
17.1
6.5
1,740.7
60.9
282.7
255.4
5,015.6
12.5
69.8
206.1
285.3
1,430.2
15.7
92.1
129.3
2,389.3
170.0
78.5
2.8
2.0
22.1
2.3
31.5
119.7
5,148.9
181.0
569.6
8.0


2,554.1
275.5
274.8
0
0
1,975.1
82.4 :
206.0
286.1
2,717.5
0
44.5
145.5
258.0
1,493.5
1.0
61.1
112.8
2,475.0
58.3
52.7
0
0 .
0
0
22.7
53.4
5,107.5
193.0
501.8
0


884 950
906 820
735 890
0 831
0 800
882 910
994 820
830 825
832 900
850 940
0 925
705 883
848 880
904 846
975 860
692 810
805 865
873 870
894 900
689 850
880 825
0 870
0 800
0 821
0 900
536 870
875 890
936 910
955 890
777 920
0 855


Source: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Gainesville, Florida


577
126
*75
0
0
663
36
82
145
599
0
17
62
102
440
1
29
48
864
19
25
0
0
0
0
3
29
1,474
95
171
0


Total 5,984 19,911.5 18,952.1 895 907 5,682
U.S.Crop Report
(Revised Sept. 1945) 19,000 800






Page 76


County of
Production

Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
DeSoto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
LaFayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk


Number of
Producers


18-19
2
10-13
2-4
11-14
22-24
1
7-11
3
3
1
4
55-58
3-4
1
66-71
39-45
2
1
13-16
2
2-3
2-3
1
5-6
2
2
7-9
80-90
5-5
5-4
5-9
4
1
11-14
8-11
24-25
1-2
1-2
4-8
16-18
18-21
1-2
1
3-4
7-11
1
42-45
5-7
29-31
5
52-55
29-38


100 lbs.of
Whole Milk

45,295
1,122
29,440
2,297
16,212
1 356,686
2,096
7,850
4,283
46,474
457
11,657
597,360
8,449
2,601
406,637
1135,980
15,533
3,354
10,543
2,433
826
1,622
950
19,117
2,608
3,976
12,195
476,6:34
;5.,694
15,007
18,420
8,274
160
27,159
18,660
50,666
1,367
641
5,697
.16,131
25,359
3,176
1,86-4
13,239
8,438
1,4 24
160,018
1-,201
189,241
10,747
231,3-15
1.32,188


U.S. DEPARTMENT OF
DAIRY PRODUCTION
1944


AGRICULTURE
PROGRAM


County of
Production

Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washington


6-17
4-5
4-6
1-4
12-13
6-7
G-7
2-6
2-5
1-2
25-34
1
8-9
5-7


SUTMARY
January 741
February 754
March-April 8053
May-June 801
July-August 796
Sept-October 817
Nov-December 808
Calendar Y.ear 1944-Total-


County

A.lachi-i
Brpward
Charlotte
Es.cambia
Gadsdoen
Glades
Hardee
Holmes


Jackson
Locn
Leon
Liberty
M.adison
f.tanat e
Okaloosa
Orange
Osceola
Saminolo
Sunter
Suvrannee
Taylor
Washing ton
Calendar Year


1944 Total


Number of
Producers


100 lbs.of
Whole Milk

19,353
13,833
10,453
4,542
21,730
22,372
5,739
5,563
4,795
554
100, 157
1,074
9,265
5,377


267,067
270,201
597,009
602,198
580,561
5536,864
560,518
5,41-1,418

Pounds of
Butterfat

1,475
3,102
2,351
1,548
7,915
625
553G
81.4
517
517
947.5
134
792
4,525
3,508
1,720
649
2,121
104
1,352.4
1,995
407
36,800.1






ESTIntLrED COsts FRO:.', TREE Tv AUCTIONS
19l2-M.. la0.'i-i-j AND IoLh-45 SEASONS.


Auction 3ales at Torminal Markets
rInn.:i;al Sellini- & Expe:,iss


Not At f=rminml
Trf.ngportatioin ).t
Flcricc I. .U. Equivalent

Flori-a Marketing Charges
;Adv,-rtising & Ins,,ection
Packing & Processing
Pick in;-, Loading & Hauling
Ori Tre.-e quiva.lunt
Esti,-;.-;tjd ?rod,.,ction Costs
!Nt iProfit before Interest,
GRAPEFRUIT


Carloads Sold


19U2-,
.08
.03


.08
.03
.80
.534


.05
.03
.30
:so


Taxes & Depreciation


Carloads Sold


A'iction Sales at Terminal Markets
T-'rrninil S .il ir.i- Ezr -inso
!'At it Terminal
Tr;.ninort:ation Cost
iloria '.O0.B. Equivalent
Florida Markoting Charges .08 .08
"Adv'rtising & Inspection .05 '5
Fackinr & Processing .55
Picki n,Loading & Hauling .19 .4
nr! Tree equivalentt
Eztiilat-d Production Costs
1:3t profit before Interest, Taxes, & Depreciation
TA'GER i 1ES
Carloads
.Auiction Sales at Terminal Markets
E.9Lainal Selling & Expenses
';ot ut Trminal
Trqnsoort-tiol. Cost
Flcrida '.0.b. Equivalont
Florid.- Marketing Charges .06 .08
Advertising and Inspection .07 .07
Packing : Processing .33 1.05
Pick ing,Loading & Hauling; .35 ) *50
On Troe Riuivalent
Estinrta3 Production Costs
:c-t Frofit before Interest, Taxes, & Deprociation


Sold


.08
.07
1.06
.47


Appro:-: imate Percentage all freight shipments sold
at Auction Oranges
19 0-41 52.6%
19 1-2 -2.7
19 27 7
1942- 21.2
9 5 18.3%


Grapefruit
6.5%~

2u8 /
26.2


Tangerines
.5%

11.27
21.5%


Note: As has been stated above and in other pages of our report for many years the
citrus nr-cb prices do not allow any deductions for interest on investment, for taxes,
or for depreciation of grovos or equipment. Page 10-11 of this report which
includes private as well as auction sales of citrus should be used along with this
Da1. Private sales of tangerinos average considerably highcjr tnan auction sales
i '1)Lnj-L5 season.
3Se pages 60-63 for Auction Cars and Price Averages yearly comparison.


ORKNGES


Page 77


19U2-43


3.72
$ .97

1.01



$- 1.56

5.6oL
3 3.10


Y 2.32
.87



. 1.10


3.60


$ 2.73
1.33


Per Box
39 :- 10
( 3.90
.08
3.82
$ 3.05

1.25

S1.30
S. o





2.75
1.07



4 1.27





1 35.56
1.c8


1911-h5

9.0
.09



1.21



.fT







1.07



$ 1.95

L65
$ 4.82


$ 3.91
1.68


1.00


1.88








FLOR IDA
FEDERAL-STATE INSPECTION SERVICE
Shipping Point Inspections
July ;. 1ltJ thru Jne 30. I1gth


C commodity


CITRUS
Oranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines
ilixed Citrus
Total Citrus


VgMETAPLES
beans
Cabbage
Processing Cabbage
Carrots
If
Cauliflower
Celery
Corn
Cucumbers
Escarole
Gr-pes
Limes
Onions
P,:anuts
Foppers
Potatoes *


Potatoes (Sv:eet)
S1muash
'I cr.toes
Tti:d Vegetfables
Total Vegetf-bles


Type Container
S.,r unit)

Std. box equiv.
Std. box equiv.
Std. box equiv.
Std. box equiv.


Bushel hampers
50 lb. bags
Pulk (pounds)
Bushel hamnoe z
Bulk (pounds)
Crates
Cr-teos
50 lb. bags
Bush i1 hampers
Bu'-shal hspperrs
Lugs
Std. box equir.
l0 lb. bags
Bulk poundss)
Bychczl hampers
1-,.; bu. crares
100 lb. bags
150 lb. bags
bushel hoinpers
50 lb. bags
Bushel hampers
Rushel hampers
Lugs
Packages


Number of Cars


59,9







6
l1
2
8,779
2
2
8Q
2

102
17

5
2,71
27
2
2,027
17,750


23,15.


Strawberrios 356 pt. crates
Watermelons Melons
Total
Total Vegs.4I Miccl.


Number of Units
(or contain-r s)

20,168,06L.
5, 99i;,810
1,910,201,
5,952,920


Total
Interstate
Average Containers Shipments
(cr Units p.r car) IRil & Truck
rug.l-Juiy 51


*1


620.37
29,576.27)
719.00
52,921. h3
h55.oo
-19. 50
70o.o,'
010.38
1,0o0L.00
397.95
712. 50
50,22 2.-o0



41l.6o)
638.01
939.63
500.00
6o0.52


5 ,L69, 085


1,058.67


L, 690

..1, 0
75,09O

6,959
6,606
267

11,

1,372



2,351

7,940

44
8,131

57,5531
306
9,020
9,2 26
66, 57


GRAN1D TOTAL e6 927 139,0 26
__________Carloads _____C__rod___ _______Carlod
A considerable numb.--r of cTrs contained both 100-1b. and 50-lb. bags of rotatooz. co.ree.ation w.i
ra of such c-.r, fron thoz. lof..ded with 100-lb., 50-lb. ba~.' crr othor pnck-.-o.." For this r,?-eson the-
above [averatrso cc:.-rin- potatoes in -.1 typos of pa k: goso rLr:) : .rpproxie.to.


0T





Page 79


ACRE3 ANJD GROSS PACKED VALUE BY COU'rTIES
SEASON 19)141-45


County
AL. fLC 'J
Scans
Li mas
Ca bbhge
Ce lerv
CucunbeOrs
Egyplant
P3, ~Englisn h
Potpers
Potatoes
Tomr toes
Total Off1.cLl 1
.Lsc l.unoffic l I
Tot .1 Yeg3tabl-.-
Conta loupu.a
.Ytoereo lorn.
Tottl lon-Citru
Totr l VgIrs .*'.3cl
Gra-i' es
Grapefruit
Tnngr .rnos
,o.I1 C i-rus
!3rand rotal


Acres Packed Value


800
1,100
00'oo
150
2,000
150
200
600
2,000
7 5
1 4 5
s 9,074
100
3.000
3,loo00*
?rts 12,174
1,002
72
1,150o
13,330


4 ,984
11, 000

948,200
85,700
4640
76 5550
3,297 835
$ 4,198,072
50,000


$ 4,602,472
530,058
37,440
56,008
626,4060
3 5,226,878


:,o ost.:-;,tx for .'iscoallanoous Fruits.


RA DPQORD
?..-ns
bbage' O
Jucunbars
Pero2ers
Pota to :-
TcnI to 3
To1tl OfficLrl
.'iscl.unof'fie i I
Totil Veg:-t-blJ.
Cazi tC, loupas
3travwb..rr lcs
.7aIt arr.i Ilons
Totsl i.o:,-C ~tr'is
Total Vgs& .'scl rts
Orangas
3arc;fruit t
rotal Citrus
Grand Totai i
;;o eStimir:t for ctji-r
TEboA',.
To.a, to- 3
rotil Off'icc rk.l
'isc l.'.unoffi': i l
Total Vj,:, -t:bi s
Or'jnc o3
.;ra pofruit
Tr-n.arin-os
[oE al Citrus
Grpnd Total


125
100
150
15 0
100
100


25
200
100

2,197
56
2-
58*
2,255
fruits.

50
200


11,54o
3,146
r5,848
16,146


$ 1,108,-657
20, "6
O, 64
$ 1,159,321

1 ,875
13 4,80
148,685
27.024
175,707
6,104,660
1,9 800
6,426,252
S8,601,959


:;o' othu.'t-j or LL-ns & Miiscol.Fruits.


* Unoff:iciully estimated.


County


Acres Packed Value


B3ROWARD
Bjona 19,800 $ 4,827,2LO
Limra3 150 57,816
C)bbgb 250 69,375
cucu40bor O0 1 3,4O
Eggplant 475 26 ,050
Poppors 3,000 2,11,060
Tom-toos -.)000 570.200
Total Official 29,075 10,d87,5dl
Miscl.unofficial 59* '.1i A7
Total Vogotablos 29,66i 11,i ,9ae
'Watormelons 100 12,O30
Oranges 2,560 1,3 5,240
Grapefruit 290 1 0,800
Tangarinos 0 ,21
Total Citrus 2,9 1,570,270
Grand Total 32,708 12,811,7b4
*D3duct $250,000 for abandoned vogjtablos
:No estimate avocados,limas,7 mangoes,
and miscellaneous fruits.


CALHOUN
Cucumbers 500
Miscel.Vegs No estimate
Watermelons 1,000
Oranges & Satsumns ___2*
Grand Total 1,509
No estimate for miscellaneous


237,050
124,800
4.,761
$ 366,611
fruits.


CITRUS
Miscellaneous VJgs Not estimated
Watermelons 100
Oranges 2,820 1,
Grapefruit 3,240 2,
Tangerines )-)8
Total Citrus 7,158 5,
Grand Total 7,258 3,
Uo estimate for other fruits.
CLAY
Cabbage 600
Potatoes
Total Official 70
Misci.unofficial 1Q5*
Total Veg3tables 805
Oranges & Satsumas 160.
Grapofruit 11
Tangerines
Total Citrus 175*
Grand Total 980 $
No ostimate for other fruits


12,480
h91,780
048,800
276.212
816,792
829,272

160,500
204,732
59.115
6,847
84,640
5,720
2,776
95,136
356,983


COLLIER
Cucumbers 150 71,115
Eggplant 25 13,950
Fotatoos 50 19,116
Tomatoes 1 791l997
Total Official 00 89,178
Miscl.unofficial ____* 05,67
Total Vog3tabLs 1,409 901,245
Oranges 200. 105,800
Grapefruit 182 .99,840
Tangeriness 2-082
Total Citrus -857 207,722
Grand Total 1,794 1,108,967
No estiuato for limes & other fruits.






Page 80


ACRES AUD GROSS PACKED VALUE BY COUIITIES (Cont'd).


SEASON 1941-45


Coun ty
COLUIBI4A
Cabbae
Cucu Li or 3
Total Official
isc1. uno ffic iol
Total V'egetablo3
.Vaternelons
Total Vegas3 Melons
Orung3es
Grupefruit
Grand rotal1
!o estimate for lim

Boans
Lima
Ca bba ro
Potatoo3
roam toe:
Total L'fficial
"iscl .anof'Licial
rotal V g. a-bles
3trwivborr iJ3
Total Vegs : Mscl.F
Dranros
Grap3fruit
T ngerinos
rotal Citras
Grand Total
Deduct `1,00,000 f
lio c3tLmet3 for avo
and oth-r fruits.


DESuTO
Cabbugeo
Cucumbers
Peppers
Potatoes
Tomatoes
Total Official
,!iacl .unofficial
rotal Vegetables
Oranges
Grapefruit
Tongorines
rotul Citrus
Grand Total
Nlo ostinmate for limojs
DIUVAL
Unofficial V:;a3
Crango-s ., 3stsu' ,us
Gra pe fru it
Tangarines
ToN'l Citrus
Grand rotl.
!;o estimate for'oth.-r
ESCALiBIA
.isc l.anofficial
-Total Vegetables
Oranges & Sjtsumrus
Grand Tot-l
NIo altirrate for "othor


A.,r-ji Pi-,kodJ V'-u1 .Cou C=


200 3



200 _2.
653 17'
2o* 1
2'
6506 19
es I: oth-r fruits.


5,000 .
150
3 0
6,500
25,000

100
rt24,0'j7 $


7,15d
31,265 :
or abandoned
cAdos, litm3,


,97,125

10,7^20
le,614,582
74,900o
12,719,LC,2
1,91,750o
2,0:8,00
276.212
3,o10,792
16,5536,27-
vo'g 3 tbl.-3
mn'ngo:;3


50 15,375
0 25,709


Lo 17 ,: 1
52 5, 52776
_122 16 _i27

1:L40 M8,700
315 57.O 10
,1 U,629, O55
1,313 7135,95
other fruits.

552- 310,776
677 55,13
05 55,300

1,o.35 715,395
fruit:;.

800 505,356

u7- 55, L43
1,0o25 o 42?,127
fruit.


FLAGLER
C-'bbago 700
Potatoes 2.000
Total Offlcifl 2,700
Mi3cl. unofficial L',
Total Vogetablas 7
Orangos 27)
Grapefruit 20
Tancrurinos
Total Citrus
Grand Total 3,102 $
H11 ostirimate for other fruits.
Some sabandone'd cabbage.
GAiDSDEI
Boans 200
Csbbge- 00
Total Offici.1l .00
WMiscl.unoe'ficial I_ *
Total Vogetablsa ASo
Watormelons 50
Total V3ess- .1M3cl.Frts 4h54
Oranges .& Satsumas 20*
Grand Ttal 473 .
1!o )stimat3 for oth-.r fruits.
GILCHRISr
Eggplant 100
Wat.rmilons3 32.0
rota] Ve?,s- Mscl.Frt3 3,u:,0
['i3cl .unoffiOial 53.4
OrangE-s 3t atasms 5
Grand rotal 3,ol3
N[o jstir.itut for oth:r fruits.


Cabba'ge 50
Lo tt ice, Icebor_ 300
Total Official 900
Miscl.unofficicl 21*
Total Vegatabloe s2
Or3nges 70
Grapofrait 12
Tangerines
Totl Citruas "7 1
Grjnd Total 1,005 4-
INo estiw.ato for oth-r fruits.


RA'.iI LTOiN
C&bbcge
Cuc iLrmbers
Total Official
Misc l.unofficiql
TotblA V rtablaes
Ca.:nta loupes
Watermelons
rotal
Tot',l Vogs& li3cl.rts
Orangos Satsum as
Grand Total
Ilo estimate for other


100
,00

75
375
9fu8
95c **
fruits.


Acre; Packed Value


9',79
6, 40
55,800
20 ,620
1,184,541



4, 5o0






500,278.0
135,062


12,690
155.993


/55,800
16.800
492,000
7,50o
3,174
500,2783



97 025


320, 7,






27,750

217.390




318,f24
3,174
521,603


* Unofficially estimrratod.






ACRES AND GROSS PACKED VALUE BY COUNTIES (Cont'd).
_sS0TM 19T-7


Acres Packed Vilue County


Acres Packed Value


Beanc 0 $z
G"-bbago 0
Cucun mbrs 825
Eggplant 100
Poppera 225
Potatoes 100
Tomatoes 1
Total Official T3
LMisc 1.unofficial *
Total Vegetables
Str'awb.rri3,s 200
iater e.o loons 100
Total lIon-Citrus 700u
Total Vegs.vMscl.Frts 2,968 $
Oranges 8,720
Grap fruit 960
Tangorines 66
To al Citrus 6
Grand Total 135,04 $
!!o 3stimata for lies & other


WED1DRY
Beans
Cabba-,e
Cucumbers
Total Official
..isc I .unofficial
Total Vegetables
.h'terriolons
Total Vgs.itscl.Frts
Oranges
Grap fruit
Tang zrinos
To al Citrus
Grand Total
.o estimate for oth
HRNAIDO0
Boans
Ergplant
Total Official
:isccl .unofficial
Total Vogetablos
'.s tarmelons
Total V3gs.:-Mscl.Frt
Orangas
Grr.p'fruit
rLnrgorinos
Total C itrus
Grand Total
No estimate, for oth


100
3568 $



1,1533 $
ar fruits.

150



50
o9
1, r
0
2-,750
3,079
jr fruits.


Beans 5500
C-bb-Jgo 100
Cuc unb5rs 50
eggplantt 25
Potatoes 2
Total Official 9
Miscl.unoff icial *
Total Veg--tables
Oranges 8,970
-*rap2fruit 4,610
Tan:-orines 820
Totul Citrus 00
Grand Total 15,5345
I1o L-timat~ for limes & othar
* Unofficially estimated.


12,190
1 ,875
55,800






1,688,215



71,255,559
fruits.
36,570
7,255,559



11.8Y)
629298
86,507
12,480
28,987
3 ,159
9 ,600
9.716
352,475
451,462


56 570
92,370
11, 527
6,240
120,567
814,660
19t,600
569.0807
1,581,340
1,701,907


HILLSBOROUGH
Beans 250 $ 60,050
Limus 100
Cobbago 0 l24 5
Cucumbers 5 225,19
Eggplent 50 1- 00
Lottuce,Ioob3rg 75 ,83
poas,English 200 40 500
Peppers 1,850 1,506,17
Potatojs 12 ,928
Tomatoes 50 0
Total Official 5,5007,820
Miscl.unofficial. 6* 1 .53
Total Vegetables 17,51,403
Strawberries 1,100 827,90P
Watormolons 3 0
Totol Non-Citrus 1T,0 0 1o,30
Total Vgs.&Mscl.Frta 9,576 $ 5,L42,748
Oranges 16,4o0 8,680,890
Grapefruit 3 942, 48,800
Tangerinos 1 18 8 2Q
Total Citrus 21568 $ 11,574,982
Grand Total 31,144 $ 17,017,730
Doducto21,800 for abandoned vegetables.
No estimate for lies & other fruits.


INDIAN IVR~
Cabbage 50
Tomatoes
Total Official
Misol.unofficial
Total Vegetables 774
Watermelons 100
Total Vgs.&Msol.Frts 8'7k
Oranges 4,870
Grapefruit 6,820
Tangerines 515
Toal Citrus 12,205
Grand Total 15,079 1
No estimate for limes & other
JACKSON
Cucumbers 100
Watermelons 5,000
Unofficial Vegs f6*
Total.Vgs.&Mscl.Frts 5,167
Oranges & Satsumas 54*
Grand Total 5,221
No estimate for other fruits.
JEFFERSON
Watermelons 1,200
Unofficial Vegs 13*
Oranges & Satsumas 120*
Grand Total 1,335
No estimate for other fruits.


LEON .
Watermelons
Unofficial Vegs
Oranges & Satsumas
Grand Total
No estimate for othar


100
128*
14*
242
fruits.


13,875
87 -573
4801 .048

12,480
497,815
2,576,230


6,977,855
fruits.

47,410
624,000
57,721
709,131
28,566
$ 737,697


14,760
M, 19
63,480
220,559


12,480
72,064
7,406
$ 91,950


7,997,503
fruits.


Count y


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Page 82


ACRES AND GROSS PACKED VALUE BY COUNTIES (Cont'd)


SEASON 194-4.5


County Agr ;

Beans 350
Cabbage 500
Celery r50
Cucumbers 00
Eggplant 100
Poppers 100l
Potatoes 50
ToLiatoes 2_
Total Official
Uliscl.unofficial *
rotal Vegetables 1,851
Watermelons 6,500
Total Vgs.&Mscl.Frts 8,331
Oranres 2)4,100
Grapefruit 7200
Tangerinos
Total Citrus
Grand Total 41,575
No estimate for limes & other


Cucumbers
Eggplant
Peppers
Potatoes
Tomatoes
Total Official
Miscl.unofficial
Total Vegetables
Watermelons
Total Vgs.&Mscl.Frts
Oranges
Grapefruit
Tan erinos
To al Citrus
Grand Total
No estimate for limes

Beans
Cabba ge
Cucumbers
Total Official
Miscl.unofficial
Total Vegetables
Cantaloupes
Watermelons
Total Non-Citrus
Total Vgs&Mscl.Frts
Oranges & Satsumas
Grapefruit
Grand Total
No estimate for other
MADISON
Cucumbers
Watermelons
Total Vegs & Mscl.Fr
Unofficial Vegs
Oranges & Satsumas
Grand Total
No estimate for other


300

1,200
27700
9R*

150
2,948
3,3}o
,070

9 P4'65
& other

10'0
100
100


100
1 ,200
1,3000
2,186
30*
2*
2,218
fruits.

25
3.000
3,02
8*
3,106
fruits,


83450
59g 99
94 820
55,800
70,602
19,116
219.063

1,253,2558
311,200
2,06:,458
12 7148,900
,744,000

19,911,L94
fruits.

142,250
20 9,2 0
7

1 504f 300


$


MANATEE
Beans 250
Cabbage 1,000
Celery ioo
Cucumbers 100
Eggplant 1 0
Escarolo 5
Lettuce,Boston 1
" Iceberg 5
Peas,English 10
Penpers 150
Potatoes 100
Tomatoes 2
Total Offioial
miseol.unofficial *
Total Vegetables
Strawberries 25
Watermelons C r s
Total lion-Citrus T25
Total Vgs.&Mscl.Frts 5,857
Oranges 4,610
Grapofruit 5,180
Tangerines 117
Total Citrus 9,907
Grand Total 15,76L4 $
Deduct $110,000 for abandoned
lo estimate for limes & other


S155..7 MARION
1,455, 5i Beans 500
138,720 Limes O00
1,452,234 Cabbage 00
Celery 200
1,761,570 Cucumbers 22
1,596,400 Eggplant 12;
S19 Escarole o0
5,0459.16) Lottuco,Bost.on 150
L 891,402 Icoborg
ruints. Poas,English 100
Peppors 125
Tomatoes
24, 80 Total Official 275
27,750 Miscl.unofficial *
L7. 10 Total Vag3tables 0, O0
29,540 Cantaloupes 150
S9.gl, awta3nrolons
459,658 Total Non-Citrus 5So
10,000 Total Vgs.iPMiscl'Frts9,655
9,70 Oranges 8, 70
179,70 Grapefruit 70
609,218 Tangerines -98
1l00 Total Citrus 10,158

$ 626,123 Grand Total 19 791
Tho volume of abandoned vag
very light.
No estimate for othir fruits.


11,855
374.400

4,252
451,523
431,584


* Unofficially estimated.


03SCEOLA


Cabbage 100
Unofficial Vegs 52*
Oranges 4,360
Grapefruit 60
Tangerines
Total Citrus
Grand Total 6,037
lie estimate for oth3r fruits.


121,900
154 176

1,750
550
81,000
25 0' 7
20,2
'38,2




X 000
419 4oo
S5,945,825
4,745.130
400,400
276,212
5,421,742
S9,367,565
utablos was



27,750
1 ,0 o
2,506,440
59,200
S45.990
5,211,630
3 5,257,396


Acrea Packed Value






ACr-,ES A'D GPOSS PACKED VAL'JE BY COUNTIES (Cont'd)
SEASC:J 19L4-45


Co'u Int
;.ARTI!
Bec:.s
Limas
Crbbago
g plant
-;.orer.3
Pos toos
Toma toes
Total Official
:.'isc 1.unofficial
Total Vegetables
Cr.anres
Grn pe!fru it
Tun-erines
Total Citrus
wrand Total
No estimate for limes
uRANGE
Cabbace
C-J iar
Cuntwier S
EggplLnt
Escarole
Lottuce,Iceberg
IPas,English
Feo-a car.i3
pota'to3
Total Official
'.:iscl.unofficial1
Total V vegetables
Strawberries
';:.tcrma lons
totall ibon-Citrus
Total Vcs.& Mscl.Frts
Cr anz.s L
Grapefruit
iun'erinos
Tctal Citrus
Grand Total
Driuct :195,000 for
:.o estimate for Misc

.'.t trmelons
:Jnofficial Vegs.
rotal V-egs & dMelons
Orances
Grap:'fruit
Tanger nres
Total Citrus
Grand Total
lo.estimate for other:
F ZIELLAS
.*noff'ic ial V3gs.
rangess
.rap.-fruit
T.in-e:rines
Tot-Al Citrus
Grand Total


Acres Packed Value County


600
150
30

13
2 O
1, 50

1,O
476
1,552*
2,996
& other

100
300



2,i
50
75
300
75
1,77
5,950
25
125
4,105
3,3M20


44,529
abandoned
? llanoous

500

6, 410

8,555
9,309
r fruits.

75*
7,180
8,350
16,
16,186
16,261


24,380
222,000
1,625,174
71,115
13,50

10,125
52,9P2
114, 6
50.5

5,022,383
18,725
12 80
531,205
3,053,588
17,b26,280
2,111,200
21; 55,6o0
24,906,643
vogetablos.
fruits.

62, 400
154.262
216,662
3,390,890
800,800
L0 .q990
4,597,680
4,814,342


42,225
8,798,220

3,59o;,84
8,658,709


N:o *-stim'at3 for other fruits.,
Unofficially estimated.


Acres Packed Value


PALM' BEACH
ins 52,100 $ 12,701, 980
Limas 2,250 867,240
Cabbage 100 1,7.
Celery 9125 7, 0 :9
cucumbers 50 165,935
Eggplant 00 390,600
Escarole 1, 0 1,0 1,600
Lettuce,Boston 25 13500
"t Iceberg 325 19,127
Peas,English 1,800 53 500
Peppers 1,500 1,059,0 0
Potatoes 6, 00 2,:08
Tomatoes 2,100 lL,5
Total Official -77,275 28, 76,041
Miscl.unofficial 1 9L 1 -122
Total Vegetables 78,769 29,627,1o5
Watermelons 100 12,480
Total Vegs & Melons 78,869 29,639, 53
Oranges 1,20 751,180
Grapefruit 554 238,080
Tangerines 100 6_ 00
Total Citrus 2,074* 1,108,660
Grand Total 80,953 30,748,503
Deduct $2,646,800 for Vegetables.
abandoned for economic reasons,mostlyboans,
cabbage,colery,escarole,p3as & tomatoes.
No estimate for limes,avocados,mangoes.
and other fruits.


POLK
Beans 50
Cabbage /400
Cucumbers 50
Peppers 200
Potatoes 50
Tomatoes 100
Total UOfficial 850
Miscl.unofficial 20
Total Vegetables 1,830
Strawberries 200
Watermelons 1O0
Total Non-Citrus 0
Total Vegs.&Msol.Frts2,180
Oranges 55,6 0
Grapefruit 27, 840
Tangerines 54.L57
Total Citrus 88,927
Grand Total 91,107
No estimates for limes &: oth(


PUTNAM
Cabbage
Lottuce,Iceberg
Potatoes
Total Official
Miscl.unofficial
Total Vegetables
Watermelons
Total Vegs & Melons
Oranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines
Total Citrus
Grand Total


1,500
250
000
182*
100
4,682
4,560
380
2
5, 72
10,154


Some abandoned cabbage.
No estimates for other fruits.


12,190
111,000
23,70
141, 20
1 16
9 ,6 9
926,459
14800
.720
168,520
1,094,879
29,428,270
14,1 76,800
47,692,228
46,787,107
)r fruits.

416,250
25,097
S1,089. 61
1,530, 9
102.06
1,63 4255
12,480
$ 1,645, 05
2,06,L 0
,6 328
6,919,5368
8, 565,273


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ACRES AND GROSS PACKED VALUE BY COUNTIES (Contfd)
SEASON 19hh-45


County Acres P
ST. JOHNS
Cabbage 2,400 s
Potatoes 69QQ0
Total Official 9,,00
Miscl.unofficial *
Total Vegetables 9
iWatermalons 50
Total Vegs & !Melons 9,359
Oranres 630
Grapefruit 4
'otal Citrus 74*
Grand rotal 10,0'35
Deduct J130,000 fdr abandoned
;Io estimates for other fruits.
ST. LUCIE
Bans 3100
Limas 300
Cabb!,ge 50
Cucumbers 100
Eg plant 12;
Peppers 17
Tomatoes .'300
Total Official 3,550
:.1iscl.unofficial .*
Total Vegetables 5,373
NYiterma3loiu 100
Total Vegs & iealons 3,7 73 .I
Oranges 200
Grapefruit ,,10
T'in orinios J ?0
Toc'l Citrus 15,0 0O
Grand Total 17,073
ilo ustimat'ts for limes &- oth.;r
3ARASOTA
Cabbaga 250
Celary 1 ,00
Cucumbers 150
Escarole 100
Potatoes 300
Tomatoes 100
Total Official 2,200
Misc I .unoffici al 7 *
Total Vegntables
Orangas 2,500s0
.Jrapefruit l1,0
Tangerines
Total Citrus 3,735
Grand Total 6,012
NIo estifLStoz for limes othir


acked Value County


666,o000o
2.65. 000

5,525,905
6,2J40
3,332,205
353,210
28,080
375,250
5,707 i-35
vegetables.


SEMI1OL L
Buan3 150
Cabbage 1,150
Celery 3,850 6,
Eacarole 350
Lettuce,Bo.ton 75
" Iconberg 25
Peas,English 100
Peppers 225
Potatoot _1521
Potal Official o,075 7,
M.izbl.unoff'icial Z .
Total Vegetables 7,70u
.Oranges 6,663 3
Grapefruit 0
T7ingerines 7
Total Citrus T,
Grand Total 15,296 12
Deduct 80,00^1 for abandoned voga.
ljo estimates 'or other fruits.


Acres Packed Value


SUI TER
Beans 475
Cabtbage 00
Cucumbers 5000
Eggplant 150
Peppers 500
Tomatoes ,
Total Official ),.
Miscl.anofficial *
Total Vegetables 3,1'0
Cantaloupes
Strawberries 75
Watermelons 100
Total lon-Citrus 2,200
Total Vg3.&K Mscl.FrtsC,390
Oranges 1 Satsumas 1,930
Grapefruit 150
Tangerines
Total Citrus2,1.0*
Grand Total 7,5 0
No estimates for other fruits.
SUWNAImEE
Cucumbers 50
Watermelons 5,000
Total Vegs &" Melons 5,050
Unofficial Vegs 1284
Oranges & Satsumas 30*
Grapefruit 2-
Grand Total 5,210
No estimates for other fruits.
UJNIOti
Beans 100
Limus' 50
Cabbage 150
Cucumbers 150
Potatoes 100
Total Official c.50
Miscl.unofficial 2r*
Total Vegetables 801
Watermelons 100
Total Veqs.&- [M.'elons 901
Oranges & Satsumas 27*
Grapefruit
Grand Total 930
Ilo estimates for other fruits
VOCUS IA
Cabbage 300
Potatoes
Total Official ?5O
.liscl.unofficial 15l*
Total Vegetables 02
WJatermelons 50
Total Vags & Melons 652
Oranges 12,50O
Grapefruit, l,O40
Tang3rines 1.920
Tolal Citrus 15,920
Grand Total 16,572
No estimates for other fruits.


115,805
55,500
257,050
83,700
,o010


1,752,360
7,500


2, 078,11
1,02 ,970
70,000
L8.580
It147550
5,225,065


7325,705
62,38000
720o672
15.600

736,757



19,272
41,625
71,11
.25



354-,218
l1,283
1.040
364,541


83,250


225 1
6,240ho
S21,851
6, ,29
7 8,800

8:957 371


* Unofficially estimated.


Pago 84






ACRES AND GROSS PACKED VALUE BY COUNTIES (Cont'd)
SEASON 194b4-45


County t
'IASH r 1TO ;
Pota toes
'.'Jatermolons
Tot'l. Ofi'icial
i:iscl.unofficial
.^tl Vgs.&i-sol-.Frts"
Oranges & Stsumas
Ground Total


Acros Packed Value


50
1 000



1,109


:.o estimates for other fruits.
.ISCL'A NEOUS COUNTIES(not estimated)

The 17 counties for' which no acreage or.
value is shown accounted for approximately
1/2 of one per cent of the total acreage
und valuation for the State.


County
TOTAL ALL COUNTIES
Beans
Limas -
Cabbage
Celery
Cucumbers
Eggplant
Escarole
L3ttuce,Boston
" Iceberg
Paas,English'
Peppers
Po atoes
Tomatoes
Total Official
Miscl.unofficial
Total Vagetables
Cantaloupes


It should be noted that only commercial Strawberries
-.cr-age of 1/2 acre or more is used. The Wat-ormelons
.:tate average yield, unit value and value Totil Official
*ir acre are used for each county. Some Total Vgs.&Mscl.Fr
-ountioes had higher yield and/or higher
unit values than others, but we do not have --Bearinn Acreago
county yields and county prices. 7/e have Oranges
had frequent demand for county valuations Grapefruit
and havo donor the bjst we could with a Tangerines
difficult subject. We believe that this Total Citrus
information will- b3 well recciv.ed -by tho Grand- Total
on'r1l public. None of tho 20 counties
h'v7inr the high-st valuations should be Our estimates on p
v-.-r.' ar from right. Miscellaneous value of $302,517,i
v.,-jtables for which wj havo no official per acre figures u:
crop estimates woar estimated at were those of the
21,900 acres. Statistician in Or
was based on estimn
The difference is


Page 85


Acres Packed Value


$ ..19,116
12,. 800
1u ,916
. 2 150
172,066
hf.761
176,827


80,5 00
* 4-#300-
17,500
11,050
7,700
3,250
2, 800
40o
1,000
' 2,b00



500
2,050
39.000
41, 550
267,790

256,340
96,000

375,759
653, 549


age 10 shows a total
60. The gross value
sed in the foregoing
U.S. Agricultural
land. Our gross value
ated value per carloads.
approx.. h4%.


ACREAGE AND GROSS PACKED VALUE IN 23 LEADING COUNTIES IN FLORIDA
FOR 19J-4-45 SEASON
_Acre : r Gross FOB. Value
: vege-:;Iisci: : Total : :M.iscel. :


Total


County :tablos:Frts }Citrusa creage:Vegetables:-<-ruits .: Citrus : Value
Polk : 1830: 350: 38927: 91,107:$ 92 3 :$ 168520:$ 476922280: ,737,1
'alri, Beach : 78769: 100: 2074: 0,945: 2962716: 12480: 1108660: 30,743,3
3roange : 3980: 125: 4042: 44, 529: 3022383: 31205: 21853060: 24,906,,4P
le 1831: 6500: 3524: 4157 5: 1258258: 811200: 1782036: 19,911, 4
i.sborough : 8176: 1400: 21 68: 1,l4: 451408: 861340: 11574982: 17,017,
jad. .:~ 23907: 100: 7 8: 1,1 5:11, 126l 82: 7 00: 31o792: lo, ,
.'rov:erd : 26: 100: 294 2,08: 1122898: 12480: 170276: 12, 11,7
Seninole : : -: 850: 15,296: 800953: -: 92620: 12,498,57
St. Lucie : 3373: 100: 13600: 17,073: 20920: 12 380 00660: 9,405,790
;arion : b503: 3150: 10133: 19,791: 55263: 4190: 5421742: 9,67,565
V'olusia : 602: 50: 15920: 16,572: 225 11 6240 8725520: 3,97,371
inallas : 75: -: 16186: 16,261: 42225: .- 8596484: 8,6338,709
i'r-vard 29 : 15486: 16,146: 1757: -': 8426252: 8,601,959
Putnam : 4582: 100: 5472: 10,1 163 52 12480: 691968 8,56 ,276
anutoe : 572: 125: 07: 1 : 3123225 31205 5213480 8,372,918
."rhlands 9: : -: 1 600: 1 286095 -: 7711410 7,997,50
"r'd3e : 266: 300i 10 36: 1 25925: 162280: 716735 7 25,59
Ir.din River : 774: 100: 1205: 1 ,079: 4855 12480: 600 6,977,55
Alachua : 9074: 3100: 1156: 13, 0: 4107 2 40400: 246 ,22 78
Lee : 2798: 150: 6517: 9, : 14514: 18720: 39168 4 891,02
'eSoto : 379: -* 8015: ,994: 194045 -: 2950 ,82 95
Pasco -: 27 : 500: 85: 9,l: 1542o: 62400: 4597680
?ara3ota 227 : -: 758: 6,012: 265275 -: .'1 71672:
COther Counties :306 3:25200: 18597: 7 5 1 336226: 358ho: 6M37292 23,101,958
'grand Total *:226240 :41550:375759 :643,549:$106376117: 6552650: $201912530:.5314,841,297
EASED ON STATE AVERAGE YIELDS AND PRICES.


$ 19,625,900
" 1,650,112
856,250
18,9o3 ,36
3, 50,5tO
1,315,500.
1,822,800
216,000
S1, 930
526,500
6, ,87
11, 89, 152
2190 0
9,1 ,
12 211. 7C
106,37,oli7
150, 40


. 112,928,767

135,653,600
49,9 2, 240
16.296.690
$ 201,912,530
* $ 314,841,297






MARKETING BUREAU ESTIMATED DISPOSITION OF FLORIDA VEGETABLES & MISCELLANEOUS FRUITS
19L4-45 SEASON


Production
Units *


Beans Eu.
Limas Eu.
Cabbage Tons
Celery Crts
Cucumbers Eu.
Eggplant Lu.
Escarole 1Bu.i
Lettuce,Boston R.Crts
" Iceberg A.Crts
Peas,English Bu.
Peppers Eu.
Potatoes Eu.
Tomatoes Bu.
Mixed- Cars Above
Cantaloupes Crts
Strawberries 36-pt Crts
Watermelons Nelon


3,643,120
279,000
83,213
4,966,75.
565,760
"63,720
3.0,040-
15,572
1,887,
496 ,oo
2,4 8,100
Converted
20,339
8,366,000


Unit Freight 'Express


Trucked
Out
1,273800oo
67,000
18,113
141,350
N1 ,800
205,200
7,500
7,880
8,216
30,740
465,175
479,.600
1,030,400
5,000
118,350
654,oo000


Proc-
essed"
1,456,000








289,000


Marketing
Aban- Bureau
donod Total


State
Consump-
tion
600,000
60,000
11,250
333,000
112,500
172,500
11,250
6,320
88,480
28 600
287,500
835,000
460,000
17,500
15,700
1,120,000


7,573,920:
450,000:
1 6,576:
5,49, 60
896,060:
1,096,420:
892490:
80, :0
144,26:
208,536:
2,751,115:
5, 64,760:
4,599,500:
25,000:
154,389:
10,140,oo00:


U.S.D.A.
Total
7,440,000
420,000
151,000
5,L,ooo
1,04,000
868,000
80,000
195,000
2,687,000
5,05 ,000
4,456,000
25,000
L4T,ooo
144,l,000
10,140,000


MARKETING BUREAU ESTIMATED CARLOAD DISPOSITION


Carloads


Conv.
. Factor


Trucked
Freight Express Out


Beans 620 5,876
Limrs C20 556
Cabbage 12- Tons 6,o 7
Celery Lh- 11,237
Cucum ners r20 1,038
Eg-plant 830 95L
Escirole 420 1,5 7
Let tuce,Bosto-. 716 190
" Iceberg 16 42
Peas3,English 72 95
F'Fper3 2C 2 62
Potatoes 0 7,~26-
T:mtoca L20o 5,3C6
..i csc allnious 1,16,
i. i xed __ (6.8.3L)
Totul Vegetables 5,097
Cant, loup.os ,00 -
Str-awberriis ts73 L4
*JNat-rme.lons 1CO0 83.566
r.!iscillanorous 15
Total I:i3cel.Fruits 3, 44
Grand Total 55,521
Figures in paronthjsis not inluidd
The State -"nk-Ating bur..a. llos.'1 mori


200
25
25
175
I

2>7
10
100
233





1,243 1
in totals.


2,125
1 4
1 ,


25
2-D
53
872
1 ,4)

0,819
10


1,5 o)
2,188


Proc-
essed
2,473








665
3 DD




200
-5,1


State
Cons.
1,000
125
900
900
200
25
20
280
50
00
1,150
2,500

8,700
35
1,120
7005

10,595


1944-45 SEASON
Abandoned
Crop
(800
(27)
192)
227)

(553)
S76)
15t3

(614)






(2537)


for Stat3 consumption thin do s tho U.3. Dpo'rtn-.nt of Arricultur)J


249,000
98,000


224,000
24,000
90,000
542,ooo
342,000
2,500


80,000
10,000
10,000
20,000
70.000
6,ooo
6,000
110,000
4,000
40,000


Total
Marketed
11,672
840
006
12,567
1,352
1 309
1,597
2c?
211
4,206
5,850



11,98
4681,215


31,213




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