Indian River Citrus League
Tolume 10, No, 4. v OFFICIAL PROGRAM OCTOBER 1951.
THE INDIAN RIVER CITRUS LEAGUE, INC., COOPERATING WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE
Extend you a Cordial Invitation to attend their
FIFTH ANNUAL CITRUS SEMINAR ESPECIALLY PREPARED FOR THE CITRUS GROWERS OF THE
INDIAN RIVER SECTION TO BE HELD AT THE INDIAN RIVER HOTEL AT COCOA ROCKLEDGE
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY OCTOBER 25th and 26th, BEGINNING AT 9:30 A. M.
htra Quality Means
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D. K. RICHARDSON
[AN RIVER CITRUS LEAGUE
THURSDAY OCTOBER 25, 1951
J I.NDIAN RIVER CITRUS SEMINAR
9:30 A. M.
Dan McCarty Fort Pieroe Presiding
Welcome by Dan Richardson, President, Indian
River Citrus League
H. G. CLAYTON
Dan McCarty, Fort Pierce Introducing H. D. George Smathers
Clayton, Director of Agricultural Extension Ser- Florida
vice, who will present:
Hon. George Smathers, U. S. Senator from Miami
Walter S. Jensen, manager, Railroad Perishable In-
spection Agency "Loss that Occurs in Transit of
Florida Citrus." (Illustrated)
Dr. Paul Harding, Principal Plant Physiologist, USDA
Orlando, Florida "Container and Storage Studies."
Dr. A. P. Black, Professor of Chemistry, University Dr. R. M. Pratt
of Florida "The Subterranean Water Table of Florida."
A. P. Blac H. G. Clayton, Director, Agricultural Extension Service.
Dr. R. M. Pratt, Entomologist-Pathologist, Citrus Ex-
periment Station, Lake Alfred "Forecasting Florida
-i J. C. Morton, Chairman, Membership Committee, Florida
Citrus Mutual "Florida Citrus Mutual."
Dr. E. P. DuCharme, Associate Plant Pathologist, Citrus
Experiment Station, Lake Alfred "Present Status of
Tristeza." J. c. Morton
- - Adjourn for the day - -
MANMAL GET-TOGETHER OF INDIAN RIVER CITR
THE LATEST INFORMATION ON MANY PHASES
FROM BLOcOo.. o . . . . .
E. P. DuCharme
FRIDAY OCTOBER 26, 1951
INDIAN RIVER CITRUS SEMINAR
DAN RICHARDSON. . . Presiding
W. L. Thompson, Entomologist, Lake Alfred Citrus
Experiment Station General Discussion of the
Insect Problems of the River Area.
ompson Fifteen minute discussion lead by Mr. Thompson HJ.REITZ
H. J. Reitz Horticulturist, Citrus Experiment
Station, Lake Alfred "Nutritional Sprays, their
Value and Use."
Dr. J. F. L. Childs, Plant Pathologist, USDA
"Certification of Disease-Free Nursery Stocks."
Art Jones, Citrus Grower "What the Indian River
School has Meant to Us."
S0 0 Dr. I. W. Wander
SDr. I. W. Wander, Soil Chemist, Citrus Experiment
Dr.. F. L. Chids Station, Lake Alfred "pH in Citrus Grove Soils."
Dr. Walter Reuther, Senior Horticulturist, USDA
Orlando "Some Considerations in the Use of Potash
in Citrus Fertilization."
Dr. Marshall Godwin, Professor of Agricultural Ec-
onomics University of Florida "Citrus Outlook."
Mr. W. F. "Red" Robinson, Chairman, Florida Citrus
Commission "The Florida Citrus Commission."
Dr. A. F. Camp, Vice Director in Charge, Citrus
Experiment Station Lake Alfred "Water in Citrus
(a) Water Damage (b) Storm Damage Dr. A. F. Camp
(c) Salt Water Irrigation."
Walter Reuther S W
Orlando SEMINAR ADJOURNS
GROWERS OFFERS THE OPPORTUNITY TO GET
GROWING AND MARKETING YOUR CITRUS CROPS
RU . . PACKING HOUSE
W. F. Robinson
4 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
James T. Oxford
Charles D. Kime
The swimming pool has been reserved, at no charge, for
those attending the Seminar.
Mrs. Aileen Lieb and Annette Simms will be present and
have arranged for recreation for the ladies who come and
do not want to attend the meeting.
All courtesies of Coooa.Rockledge will be extended.
A. H. Whitmore
HER O H ~IIs u INDIAN R;IVYuER CUNTRY~j
This program printed compliments of the
FLORIDA CITRUS PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION
427 S. Orange Ave. A. H. Whitmore
Orlando, Florida Secretary-Treasurer