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Full text of "Marketing Florida citrus"

UNIVERSITY 
OF FLORIDA 
LIBRARIES 




UNITED STATES rEPJiHIMEtlT OF ^EICULTUKE 
Agriciiltural Marketing Bureau 

and the 

FLORIDA STATE M^iRKETING BUREAU 

Cooperating 



MflRZET ITEWS SERVICE ON FRUITS & VEGBTifflLES 



MARKETING FLORIDA CITRUS 
SJMMRY OF 1960-61 SEASON 

E. F. Willson 



Lakeland, Florida September 28, 1961 



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i^~ The information contained herevfith 

■^ has been conj iled from the daily citrus 
bulletins issued at Lakeland, Florida and 
from various reports released by the Agri- 
cultural Marketing Service; the Foreign 
|. Agricultural Service; the Citrus Inspect- 

|\ ion Division, Florida Department of Agri- 

W culture; the Federal-State Frost 'teaming 

j/- Service; the Florida Citrus Commission; 

\' the Florida Citrus Exchange; the Florida 

Citrus Mutiial; the Florida Canners' Ass'n; 
the Department of Agricultural Economics, 
Agricultural Experiment Station, Univer- 
sity of Florida; and the State Flant Board 
of Florida. 



Shipments, unloads and other similar 
data for the 1960-61 season are subject to 
revision on account of late and corrected 
reports which are not yet available. Again, 
as in previous years, every effort has been 
made to include data in the annual citrus 
summary which will be of most value to the 
Industry. We have endeavored to include 
basic statistics sxiitable for con^jarisons 
with past seasons. 



TABLE or COOTEHTS 



Page 

Wvunper 

General Carmants 

Carlot Shipments by Weeks — - 1960-61 & 1959-60 Seasons 

Hail and Boat - Oranges & Tengerines 1 

'I •' " - Grapefruit 2 

ti ti Express - Mixed Citrus 3 

Mixed Car Analysis, Florida Hail Shipments, 1960-61 Season 4 

Florida Citrus Shipments - Rail, Boat & Truck ■ • 5 

Total Shipments, Florida Citrus- 1960-61 & 1959-60 Seasons 6 

Arizona-Calif omia-Texas, Truck- Shipments, Citrus, 1960-61 Seaison 7 

Production - Oranges & Gr^efruit — 1889-1960 8-11 

II I) II II - Florida 1941/42-1960/61 12 

Production & Utilization - Florida Citrus 1956/57-1959/60 .... 13 

" " •• - California Citrus •» ••.... 14 

•• " M - Tex., Ariz., & La. Citrus n n • . . . 15 

" " " - Total U. S. Cities •• ••.... 16 

Florida Citrus Used by Canners - 1960-61 Season 17 

Florida 'On Tree" Prices -Oranges, Gr^efniit & Tangerines 18-23 

Unloads Hail & Truck, Citrus, 41 U. S. Cities-5 Canadian Cities 24-27 

" Only - Citrus - Miscellaneous U. S. Cities 28 

Weighted Average Auction Prices— Florida - Oranges 29 - 32 

" " " " " Grapefruit 33-41 

" " " " " Tangerines 42-43 

" " " " •• By Markets Past 10 Years .... 44-45 

" " " " " By Months 46 

Exports - Florida Citrus. Fresh — By Weeks, 1960-61 Season 47 

lEports - Citrus - into Florida — By Country of Origin 47 

U. S. Exports - Fresh Citrus — July 1960 through Juno 1961 48-49 

Florida Canners' Association — Production Data S) - 51 

Containers - Florida - By Kind of Citrus 52-53 

Delivered Cannery Prices - 1960-61 Season 54 

Citrxis Trees Moved from Florida Nurseries 55 



UtJITED STiaCES DBF^IMEHT OF AGEICULTURE 
^ricultural Marketing Service 

and the 

FLORIDA STATE MARKETING BUREAU 

Cooperating 



MARKET NEH^S SERVICE ON FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 



MARKETING FLORIDA CITRUS 
SUM/iARY OF 1960-61 SEASON 



Daily market reports on citrus were issued at Lakeland, Florida 
f rem October 13, 1960 to June 16, 1961, inclusive- 



GENERAL COMMENTS 

Florida oranges, grapefruit and tangerines - for the 19SD-61 season - 
each had a story all its ovm. For oranges, it was a year with the highest returns on 
record, despite the fact final production figures were the 6th lowest in the past 10 
years and fresh shipments hit an all-time low, or since the 1920' s. However, the 
high prices - recordwise - both in fresh and processed channels - more than offset 
the difference of the low production, and the frozen orange volume hit an all-time 
high. It was a different situation for Florida grapefruit. Unofficial pre-season 
estimates were very high, hut hurricane Donna came along to reduce the crop to the 
3rd lovj-est figure in the las*-. 10 yrars. Overnight, predictions took an abrupt change 
for a better outlook but, as the season progressed, grapefruit became the problem 
child again. Even under these conditions, there were more cars of fresh grapefruit 
shipped from the State than oranges, for the 2nd time in the history of the industry. 
Auction prices - largely Indian River fruit - were in the bracket with 4 cf the past 
6 seasons - and the processed delivered cannery prices for sectionizing grapefruit 
approached a year ago, but returns for juice stock were down approxircately 16^ a 
box. The production of Texas grapefruit also increased again considerably, with 
the resultant keener competition for Florida fruit. The State's tangerine crop 
almost equalled the all-time record high conyared to the peak season of 1954-55. 
The season was late and there was a relatively high percentage of small sizes. 
Total fresh tangerine shipments were considerably above a year ago, with the auction 
averages higher than 5 of the past 10 years. Worthy of mention was the job of mer- 
chandising accomplished, particularly on small sizes following the Christmas holi- 
days. In transportation, the '•piggy-back" volume increased sharply - with the two 
originating rail lines in the State inaugurating special weekly schedules of solid 
"piggy-back" trainloads. Also, new citrus legislation was passed in the 1961 State 



session, which the industry had been working on. 

The preliminary production figures (July, 1961 estimate - by the Statistical 
Reporting Service r^f the U. S- Department of Agriculture) placed Florida's orange crop 
at 87,000,000 boxes - tangerines at 5,000,000 and grapefruit at 31,800,000 - for a 
grand total of 123, aX), 000 boxes of citrus. A further breakdown placed early and mid- 
season oranges at 47,000,000 - Valencias 36,000,000 - Temples 4,000,000 - seedless 
gr^efruit 19,400,000 and 'other' or seedy at 12,400,000 boxes. Compared with the year 
previous, there was considerable variation in seme classes, but the over-all difference 
in the grand total was just 1,000,000 boxes less. By varieties - Tar^iles were practical- 
ly the same as a year ago, or iq) a irere 100,000 boxes. Early and Mid-season oranges 
increased nearly 2,000,000 boxes or 1,900,000 boxes. Valencias showed the most pronounc- 
ed difference - or were down 6,500,000 boxes from the preceding year. Tangerines, at an 
even 5,000,000 boxes, increased 2,200,000 boxes. For grapefruit - seedless was very 
similar in production to last season, or estinated at 19,400,000 boxes in contrast to 
20,100,000 in 1959-60. Seedy or Duncan gr^efruit increased an even 2,000,000 boxes, 
or was estimated at 12,400,000 conpared to 10,400,000 boxes a year ago. 

Plantings of citrus trees in the State, for the year ending June 30, I960, 
were again very heavy and were exceeded only by the 1958-59 plantings, when an all-tinae 
record was established for the 32-year period beginning with the 1928-29 season. 
Conmon varieties, which exceeded the 1958-59 totals, included Parson Browns, Valencia 
and Pope Surncer oranges - Meirsh Seedless and Thooipson grapefruit - tangelos and 
mandarins . 

The combined total of fresh citrus shipments from Florida, dxiring the 1960- 
61 season, were^ain considerably lighter - or slightly more than 7,000 cars \mder the 
movement of the previous year. Bowever, the grand total of rail, truck, express, and 
'mixed' citrus broken down into the proper proportion, still exceeded 60,000 cars or 
amounted to 60,337 cars. Fresh orange shipments were exceedingly light, while the move- 
ment of grapefruit held up well. Tangerines, with a late maturing crop, was the irost 
surprising of all, with better than a 50 per cent increase in shipments - or 2,300 oars 
more than a year ago. With the proper proportion of 'mixed' cars taken into count - 
orenges totaled 25,557 cars ccmrared to 33,864 in 1959-60, or better than 8,000 cars 
less. Gr^efruit, on the other hand, showed relatively little change, or totaled 
28,423 cars in 1960-61 as conpared to 29,663 the season previous - a little more than 
1,000 cars under 1959-60. Tangerines, however, totaled 6,357 cars in contrast to only 
4,043 a year ago. The percentage of Florida citrus nwved via truck did not increase 
during the 1960-61 season for the first time since trucks became a major factor in 
transporting fr\iit to market. However, the difference was only slightly less than that of 
a year ago - or 64.3 per cent by truck and 35.7 via rail. The movement via truck of 
oranges, grapefruit and tangerines from the State - all were less than 2 carlot equiva- - 
lentsto 1 car rail in 1963-61, while the year preceding, oranges were better than 
2 to 1. 

The 1960-61 seasonal auction averages for Florida citrus showed considerable 
variation. Oranges, with an all-time low total of only 2,290 cars at the 8 terminal 
markets having auctions - sold at the outstanding average of $6.48 - an all-time high - 
and exceeding the previous record mark for 1958-59 by 40(^ per 1-3/5 bu. box. For the 
same terminal auctions , grapefruit showed little change in the average prices of that 
a year ago - although the volume nsoved was down ^rproximately 500 cars from 1959-60 . 
4,445 cars of Florida grapefruit sold at a per box average of $4,32 in 1960-61 com- 



pared to 4,941 cars at $4.41 the preceding season. In contrast to oranges and grape- 
fruit, where there was less volxtae sold at auction in 1960-61 - tangerines, as would be 
expected with increased shipraents, totaled 1,170 cars which sold at an average of $3.09 
per 4/5 'bu. 'box co^axeii. to 917 cars at $3.97 in 1959-60- Temple oranges, with notice- 
ably less voluae, sold i8^ per one-half or 4/5 bu. box higher th.an the previous year. 
The Tearple auction average for 1960-61 was $3,56 for 740 cars cocipared to an average of 
$3.08 for 922 cars a year ago. 

The cwnbined cannery utilization in 1360-61, as conpiled by the Florida 
Citrus Conmission, ^preached the 87,000,000 box mark - or anxjunted to 86,643,524 box- 
ex of citrus used. As in recent previous years, the volume of oranges utilized was 
well over 3,000,000 boxes during the 6 heaviest weeks or the period irmediately follow- 
ing the first of the yeax. In fact, for the heaviest week, or the one ending Jan. 28th, 
nearly 4,000,000 boxes were used, r>r 3,721,920- The anxiunt of grapefruit utilized 
followed a rcore even trend, with the heaviest weeks extending over a much longer period, 
or beginning with the week ending Jan. 7th and continuing through the week ending ^r. 
29th. Eowdver, there were 3 particularly heavy weeks diiring this period, or consecut- 
tive weeks ending Max. 11th through the week ending Mar. 25th. In two of these weeks 
over 800,000 boxes of grapefruit were used weekly, with the 3rd one considerably in 
excess of 700,000 boxes. Tangerines, with a seasonal utilization of nearly 1,600,000 
boxes, h^ relatively heavy weeks - both before the Christaas holidays and following. 
The peak weak of the year was the one ending Jan. 7th with 165,000 boxes used. There 
were 2 weeks prior to the holiday period when over 100,000 boxes were utilized and 
there were 6 weeks following in 1961 when the same amount was exceeded. 

Thfc delivered cannery prices (furnished by the Florida Canners' Association) 
showed a wider spread frrm that of the preceding season- For oranges, the seasonal de- 
livered price was senscttionally higher, or nearly $1-00 a box more for concentrate 
fruit as well as for juice. The average for oranges used for concentrate in 1960-61 
was $3.46947 a box in contrast to $2-53841 the yeax previous. The difference in the 
juice price was also practically the same, or $2.95767 conipared to $2-01367 in 1959-60. 
The low point for concentrate oranges was at the start of the '60-61 season, cr during 
the first part of Deceaber ,sd:.enfiDr-theweek ending Dec 17th, the delivered price was 
$2.55293 per box and practically the saae for the preceding week, or $2-55611. The 
price advanced steadily to the peak of $3.94015 for the week ending Max- 4th or to- 
wards the close of the mid-season fruit. Another low -as at the beginning of the 
Valencia season when the delivered price was $3.16234 for the week ending Mar. 25th. 
Again, the price advanced upward to another peak towards the close of the season, 
when $3.87210 was reached for the week ending June 3rd. The price of juice oranges 
opened at a low figure of 1.75000 per box delivered for the week ending Oct. 22nd. 
A steady advance was maintained until the last 2 weeks in December, when the price 
reached above the $3.00 per box mark, and held around this figure for the remainder 
of the season, for a seasonal average of $2.95767. Delivered cannery grapefruit f«.r 
juice showed a wide range in prices - opening at a low maxk of 0.33864, advancing 
to more than $1.00 for the most of Januaxy. Then, there was a steady decline until 
the week ending Apr. 1st when the average was 0.55570. This was followed by a 2nd 
consistent advance to over $1.00 for most of May. Towards the end of the season, 
prices again dropped sharply and the seasonal average was 0.86072. Grapefruit for 
sections held very consistent at axoimd $1.50 delivered per box, except towards the 
close of the season, when there was a decline. The seasonal average for sectionizing 
fruit was $1.49957 per box. Juice tangerines varied from a delivered low price of 



0.52452 for the week ending Dec. 3rd to a top of $1.24472 for the week ending Jan. 7th. 
The seasonal average was $0.93527 delivered per box. 

The 1960-61 frozen concentrate orange pack was the highest in Florida' s 
citrus history - exceeding the previous high of 1958-59 by more than 4,000,000 gallons, 
for a total of 84,298,114 gallons. Chilled orange juice accounted for 5,678,701 field 
boxes; ani chilled orange sections and salad used more than 600,000 field boxes or a 
total of 618,745. The number of field boxes of grapefruit used for chilled juice, 
sections and salad was well over 1,000,000 or totaled 1,195,110. 

The distribution of Florida citrus, in 1960-61, was tabulated in a different 
form from that of previous seasons. For 41 cities, in the United States, unloads of 
Florida oranges totaled 4,954 rail, 8,675 truck -. a grand total of 13,629 cars - con- 
siderably more than 1/2 of the total shipments. The 5 Canadian cities accounted for 
795 cars of Florida oranges, rail and truck. In addition, the remaining miscellaneous 
U- S. cities for which rail imloads only are available, accounted for 329 cars to bring 
the grand total to neeirly 15,000 cars of Florida oranges unloaded from Sept. 1, 1960 
through July 30, 1961, or 14,753 cars - exclusive of the proper proportion of 2,371 cars 
of 'mixed' citrus tabulated in the 41 U- S. cities. The number of foreign countries re- 
presented in the 5 Canadian cities unloads increased. Reported were citrus unloads 
from Cuba, Brazil, Formosa, Israel, Japan and South Africa. For the 41 U. S. cities, 
the combined total oranges unloaded, rail and truck, for Florida, California, Texas and 
Mexico (excluding Louisiana and Cuba) was 33,873 cars. Florida accounted for the 'lions' 
share of the grapefruit unloads, rail and truck - for the 41 U. S. cities - or totaled 
6,581 cars rail and 9,100 truck - for a grand total of 15,681 cars. The combined gr^e- 
fruit unloads for Florida, California, Arizona, Texas and Mexico total was 7,876 rail and 
15,030 truck - for a grand total of 22,906 cars. Canada was a good customer for Florida 
gr^efruith, with the 5 Canadian cities reporting unloads of nearly 2,600 cars. Compar- 
ed with a year ago, Texas increased their truck unloads of grgqpefruit by 1,000 cars or 
verifying the increasing competition from this State. Tangerines, which until only 
comparatively recent seasons, was an exclusive Florida crop, now has some competition 
from California, Arizona, Texas and Mexico. Florida, however, accounted for 3,855 cars 
of the 4,470 reported unloaded via rail and truck from the above listed States and 
Mexico. Mixed citrus unloads, rail and truck, for the 41 U. S. cities total 3,411 cars 
of which Florida had 2,371. California reported 376 cars of mixed citrus - and Texas, 
a surprising 646 cars. 



For 1. c. 1. shipments of "mixed" cars via express and the 
average rail load of Florida citrus for the 1960-61 season 

See Page No. 56 



MINIMJM TagERATUHES - COLDEST DATES - LOW gPUND IDCATIONS 
■cn^.-RCTED FIXJEIDA CITRJS WaATSER STATIONS 











1960-61 SEASON 












Station 






December, 


1960 


January , 1961 


UBTCh, 


1961 


14 


17 


1 18 1 19 


1 20 1 22 23 


5 


21 


22 


23 


11 



Citra 


27" 


30" 


28» 


30" 


34" 


28" 


28^ 


De Land 


27 


27 


25 


29 


31 


29 


25 


Mims 


30 


29 


27 


33 


33 


27 


27 


Fruitland Park 


26 


28 


26 


29 


33 


27 


26 


Eustis, East 


29 


31 


28 


30 


30 


28 


28 


Forest City 


31 


30 


29 


31 


33 


29 


28 


Howey 


27 


30 


26 


29 


30 


29 


26 


Pickard 


30 


30 


23 


32 


35 


28 


27 


Conway 


32 


31 


29 


34 


35 


31 


31 


Brooksville 


24 


28 


25 


27 


30 


29 


26 


Passadena 


29 


30 


28 


28 


30 


29 


28 


Valrico 


32 


31 


33 


29 


33 


30 


31 


Denham 


27 


29 


28 


27 


30 


28 


27 


Elfers 


23 


29 


22 


24 


28 


29 


28 


Paxrish 


30 


29 


30 


33 


33 


32 


31 


Sarasota 


30 


28 


31 


32 


31 


31 


33 


Lakeland, #2 


31 


32 


31 


32 


34 


29 


30 


Polk City 


29 


29 


27 


26 


26 


26 


25 


Lake Alfred 


35 


30 


30 


31 


32 


29 


32 


MTSrrmotrh 


29 


28 


30 


33 


34 


30 


30 


Avon Park 


35 


34 


34 


38 


35 


30 


32 


Ft. Meade 


34 


31 


32 


35 


35 


31 


33 


Arcadia 


32 


28 


32 


37 


31 


29 


31 


Cocoa 


34 


33 


32 


37 


37 


29 


33 


Vero Beach 


38 


35 


41 


42 


41 


32 


37 


Stuart 


41 


38 


45 


43 


44 


34 


40 


^ypoluzo 


40 


42 


50 


44 


45 


33 


44 


Homestead 


44 


40 


46 


48 


46 


39 


47 



30° 


33" 


27° 


29" 


29 


30 


25 


28 


30 


27 


26 


26 


31 


33 


23 


30 


30 


34 


27 


29 


30 


34 


26 


29 


30 


35 


27 


29 


30 


33 


25 


29 


31 


35 


28 


31 


29 


32 


23 


29 


29 


33 


25 


28 


32 


32 


24 


28 


29 


31 


26 


28 


29 


36 


27 


28 


36 


34 


25 


30 


37 


33 


27 


28 


30 


30 


24 


29 


25 


33 


25 


26 


29 


37 


27 


30 


30 


34 


22 


29 


36 


34 


25 


29 


35 


35 


28 


30 


38 


33 


25 


29 


36 


32 


26 


32 


44 


32 


28 


37 


48 


37 


32 


39 


50 


33 


31 


40 


49 


31 


39 


37 



32' 

32 

29 

34 

30 

32 

34 

33 
34 

29 
30 
33 
31 
29 

32 
29 
33 
29 
32 
30 
32 

32 
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31 
35 
37 
34 
39 



CHARACTER OF TEE 1960-61 SEiiSON 

Generally, the season's weather was somewhat m^re favorable than that of the past few win- 
ters. Warm weather prevailed all r>f Noveid)er. December and January and the first half 
of February were rather cold - some crop damage occurred in most areas, hut weis general- 
ly light. The latter part of February and March was w a rm - marred only hy the freezing 
teii{)eratures and frost on March 11. 

Hurricane Donna, which crossed the State from N^les to Daytona Beach on September 10-11, 
caused considerable loss to citrus - fruit blown off trees - with the greatest loss being 
from Lee County northward across southern Polk County, and lesser amounts in the northern 
citrus belt. Derma' s heavy rains and additional rain, in Septanber and October kept 
fields rather wet imtil the latter part of October. 

NOVEMBER was waim and rather dry. It was very dry in central sections - many stations 
did not have a measurable amount of rain for the entire month. 

DECMBER opened rather cold. The frost and near freezing teiroeratures of the first five 
days was confined to the extreme north portion. From the 14th to the 27th, frost and 
freezing tenperattires were general over the north and central area^ of the State. Citrus 
damage -was confined to the colder unprotected locations. Eadnfedl in most areas was 
light. 

JANUARY was cold with quite frequent frosts in the north. The coldest for all areas was 
the 21st througb the 2ord, with tsnperatrxes in the low and mid-20s in the colder loca- 
tions rf north and central areeis and in the backlands of the Everglades. Citrus demage 
was again slight and confined to the colder locations- The prolonged cold to cool wea- 
ther . enhanced the color of citrus- P.ainfall during the month was spotted with below 
normal amounts in central and above normal in the north, while a few places on the Lower 



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TYVPAT. -RATOT-ALL - BY MDNTHS. 
.■^TCT.TrrTm IT. "■, FT^^P^^''' "^aTHTTR BTTRRATI STAIIOMS 

1960-61 SEASON 



Station 



'OCT. 



NOV. 



EEC. 



JM. 



FEB. 



MAR. 



iSPE. 



MAY 



jum 



JULY 



Arcadia 3.64 .10 

Avon Park 3.06 .28 

Baxtow 3.71 .00 

Bradenton Esp. Sta. 3.78 .00 

Brooksville 2.35 .24 

Bushnell 3.31 .03 

Clermont 2.24 .14 

Daytona Beach Airport .97 .53 

Crescent City 2.83 1.53 

Ft. Ia.udeidale E^ Sta . 8.06 3.27 

Ft. Uyers idrport 3.01 2.02 

Ft. Pierce 4.85 .84 

Eomestead Erp. Sta. 6.79 1.69 

Island Grove 2.70 -05 

La Belle 3.67 1.58 

Ldce Alfred fep Sta- 1-^2 .00 

Lakeland Wea. Bur. 3.48 T 

Lake Placid 5.26 .67 

Melbourne 4.28 .70 

Miami Airport 10.54 2.36 

Mountedn Lake 2.34 .00 

Ocala 2 NE 3.07 .31 

Orlando Airport 3.17 .30 

Plant City 3.12 .00 

Saint Len 3.23 1 

St. Petersbiirg 4.11 .02 

Tanpa Airport 2.28 T 

Titusville 3.15 .41 

Wauchula 5.11 .08 

West Palm Beach AP 7.43 2.67 

Winter Haven 3.09 .00 



1.25 

1.02 

1.24 

2.00 

2.68 

2.34 

1.08 

1.24 

1.49 

.48 

.73 

1.10 

.53 

1.86 

.81 

1.86 

1.40 

1.40 

.60 

.50 

.92 

2.13 

1.07 

1.82 

1.69 

1.15 
1.57 

.87 
1.37 

.28 
1.13 



5.13 
2.30 
1.74 
2.32 
3.23 
2.00 
1.38 
1.96 
2.69 
3.32 
3.31 
3.24 
2.54 

2.5cr 

2.93' 

1.82 

1.7D 

4.95 

3.50 

5.12 

2.10 

2.94 

1.75 

4.70 

1.28 

2.23 
1.45 
2.54 
2.19 
3.17 
1.62 



.95 
3.22 
3.57 
2.76 
1.55 
2.42 
3.46 

3.70 
3.59 

.51 
1..88 
1.39 

.99 
4.03 
1.10 
2.55 
2.17 
1.39 

»60 

.63 
4.86 
3.70 
2.82 
2.35 
2.63 

3.01 
3.81 
1.98 
3.35 
.42 
3.21 



1.84 
3.02 
2.52 
2.14 
2.39 
.82 
.95 
1.17 
2.73 
1.12 
3.58 
3.40 
3.66 

.52 
1.76 
3.25 
3.81 
2.44 
2.35 
1.91 
3.38 
1.80 
2.21 
1.37 
1.95 

2.10 
2.23 
3.40 
2-21 
3.57 
2.54 



2.87 
1.00 
2.20 
1.55 
1.41 
1.38 

.79 
2.16 
2.62 
2.08 

.46 
1.14 

.04 
4.37 
2.08 
•-.88 
1.21 
2.51 
2-94 

.56 
2.32 
3.21 

.28 
2.59 
1.36 

2.91 
1.70 
.94 
1.96 
2.28 
2.12 



4.00 
4.18 
4.52 
4.81 
4.04 
2-02 
.91 



39 
55 
94 
92 
18 
23 



2.85 
5.01 
4.89 
2.73 
4.59 
5.40 
6.81 
4.69 
2.55 
.43 
2.55 
2.57 

3.41 
2.14 
2.24 
5.30 
5,09 
6.06 



6.00 
9.56 
7.51 
3.40 
6.24 
4.80 
5.32 
6.81 
4.40 
5.21 
9.75 
5.47 
10.47 

3.79* 

7.69* 

3.42 

5.18 

6.37 

5.15 

7.44 

3.62 

3.79 

8.08 

5.18* 

5.01 

3,20 
2.64 
3.02 
6,86 
4.75 
9.40 



5.95* 

4.09 

3.44 

8.94 

5.60 

9.01 

3.71 

5.16 

5.79* 

3.72 

9.82 

1.25 

3.08 

9.10* 
5.73 

4.28 
3.09 
5.89 
6.54 



,91 
,97 
,96 
.93 
.02 
.47 



8.61 



.69 
.37* 
.22* 
.22 

.44 



T-Trace 



'-Nearby Station. 



TOTAL 



31.73 
31.73 

30.45 
30.70 
29.73 
28.13 
20.98 

26.09 
30.22 
37.71 
39.48 
29.86 
39.02 
31.77 
32.36 
24.87 
24.77 
35.47 
32.06 
37.78 
29.20 
33.46 
30.04 
30.70 
26.19 

30.75 
25.51 
22.92 
33.65 
30.88 
32.61 



CHARACTER OF TEE 1960-61 SEASON CONTINUED 

East Coast had excessive amounts- 

FEBRUARY had a number of moderately cold days and nights the first half of the month. 
While a warm second half was marred only by one cool period the 26th-27th, rainfall was 
above normal in the north, near normal in central, and belcw normal in the south. 

MARCEhad below normal rainfall and was generally warm. Fowever, the f j'ost and 
freezing tenmeratures on the 11th caused some spotted damage tc yoursg citrus orees in 
the coldest locations, to tender crops in most sections of north and central Florida, in- 
creasing to a loss of 50-60 per cent of the beans and t,weet com crops in the Everglades. 
A severe -thunderstorm with large hail, ccnipletely covering the ground in some sections of 
Lakeland and to north of Plant City occurred on Mar. 18, with a lesser amount on the 19th. 

Orange trees had a heavy blocm and set by early March. Bloom on gr^efruit and tanger- 
ines was somewhat later and generally light. Citrus trees were in excellent condition 
by the end of .%)ril. 

Rainfall distribution from .^ril through Mid-August was very spotty, and groves in some 
areas suffered from lack of moisture. Thunder showers the last half of August were 
more general and by the end of the month most areas had good moisture. 



Furnished thru the courtesy of the Federal -State Frost Warning Service - Lakeland, Florida. 



- 1 - 



ORAHGES & TMCaaniES - CiRLOT SHIPMENT S (RAIL. BOAT & EXPRESS^ BY '7EEKS 





n^ 






19 6C 


)-61 and 1959-60 


SEASONS 












Week 
End- 
ing 


FLORIDA 


CALIF.. 


TEXAS 


ARIZ. 


TOTAL 


Imports 


TANGS. 


1960-61 


1959-60 


•60-61 


59-60 


•61 


60 


•6l| '60 


60-61 


59-60 


1960- 


-61 


196D-61 


1960 
























Mex-CutaJ 


Mex. 




Orgs. 


Tangs 


Orgs. 


Tags 






















9/3 


6 




« 




410 


649 


• 


. 


. _ 


416 


649 


- 


- 


— 


10 


3 




_ 




409 


583 


. 


. 


«- • 


412 


583 


- 


- 


- 


17 


1 




M 




508 


667 


- 


* 


. - 


509 


667 


- 


- 


- 


24 


_ 




» 




535 


699 


_ 


_ 


* — 


535 


699 


— 


- 


- 


DA 


«, 


•• 


6 


_ 


529 


651 


» 


2 


- ^ 


529 


659 


— 


1 


- 


8 


. 


. 


13 


V 


374 


474 


1 


• 


— — 


375 


487 


- 


24 


- 


15 


. 


^ 


20 


_ 


327 


372 


„ 


1 


« . 


327 


393 


- 


7 


- 


22 


5 


_ 


33 


_ 


274 


343 


3 


_ 


* — 


282 


376 


4 


1 


- 


29 


24 


_ 


64 


3 


176 


308 


1 


_ 


- - 


201 


375 


5 


32 


- 


11/5 


23 


^ 


80 


24 


117 


350 


4 


- 


» * 


144 


454 


25 


13 


- 


12 


77 


1 


109 


56 


60 


449 


9 


1 


4 


151 


615 


41 


- 


- 


19 


80 


5^ 


'-128 


79 


GO 


489 


1 


_ 


8 1 


174 


697 


30 


- 


- 


26 


69 


47 


124 


62 


306 


590 


2 


3 


42 15 


466 


794 


12 


- 


- 


1^ 


111 


124 


154 


132 


597 


764 


5 


3 


67 37 


904 


1090 


66 


- 


1 


10 


164 


182 


345 


135 


770 


1011 


8 


6 


49 39 


1173 


1536 


32 


- 


10 


17 


304 


219 


439 


103 


489 


439 


6 


9 


41 11 


1059 


1001 


4 


- 


8 


24 


201 


240 


177 


39 


259 


228 


2 


3 


20 27 


722 


474 


4 


- 


9 


31 


102 


88 


151 


43 


254 


496 


4 


3 


27 22 


475 


715 


4 


- 


4 


1961 






























TTT 


158 


205 


250 


33 


310 


649 


4 


3 


23 30 


TOO 


965 


- 


- 


- 


14 


123 


107 


209 


27 


357 


565 


5 


3 


8 17 


600 


821 


8 


- 


3 


21 


120 


103 


216 


7 


398 


694 


5 


1 


4 27 


630 


945 


15 


- 


4 


28 


174 


117 


234 


7 


401 


671 


7 


1 


2 21 


701 


934 


9 


- 


1 


2/4 


181 


65 


163 


3 


384 


587 


2 


8 


7 19 


639 


780 


9 


- 


- 


11 


164 


18 


279 


1 


383 


555 


7 


5 


6 17 


578 


857 


22 


- 


- 


18 


272 


22 


213 


6 


409 


695 


16 


3 


9 17 


728 


934 


15 


- 


1 


25 


257 


8 


191 


12 


356 


646 


13 


5 


15 26 


649 


880 


10 


- 


- 


3/4 


149 


2 


199 


5 


293 


529 


12 


1 


25 50 


481 


784 


13 


- 


1 


11 


206 


3 


193 


8 


273 


552 


4 


3 


43 51 


529 


807 


11 


- 


- 


18 


196 


2 


133 


6 


358 


467 


4 


2 


117 82 


677 


690 


8 


- 


- 


25 


185 


3 


221 


8 


391 


425 


5 


3 


48 86 


632 


743 


15 


- 


- 


4/1 


190 


2 


208 


_ 


376 


403 


2 


1 


29 85 


599 


697 


4 


- 


- 


8 


155 


1 


187 


«, 


338 


805 


1 


5 


39 91 


534 


1088 


4 


- 


- 


15 


131 




194 


^ 


361 


525 


3 


3 


29 71 


524 


793 


3 


- 


- 


22 


129 


_ 


135 


_ 


337 


422 


2 


V 


26 24 


494 


581 


4 


- 


- 


29 


161 


_ 


126 


_ 


398 


421 


3 


_ 


35 39 


597 


586 


2 


> 


- 


5/6 


1 182 


_ 


194 


-1 495 


538 


• 


_ 


23 57 


700 


789 


2 


- 


- 


13 


1 160 


. 


234 


-1 565 


651 


- 


- 


4 37 


729 


922 


1 


- 


- 


20 


1 182 


_ 


229 


-1 614 


671 


4 


_ 


20 


80O 


920 


2 


- 


- 


27 


1 112 


_ 


184 


. 


590 


682 


1 


• 


5 


703 


871 


2 


- 


- 


6/3 


1 128 




133 




572 


550 


3 


-. 


2 


703 


685 


2 


- 


- 


10 


1 167 




98 




548 


546 


_ 


5 


— . 


715 


649 


- 


- 


- 


17 


1 83 




113 




643 


568 


_ 


2 


. » 


726 


683 


- 


- 


- 


24 


1 74 




74 




544 


552 


_ 


2 


» _ 


618 


628 


- 


- 


- 


7/1 


1 34 




58 




402 


448 


_ 


1 


_ — 


436 


507 


- 


- 


- 


8 


1 24 




19 




439 


449 


1 


3 


-. 


464 


471 


- 


- 


- 


15 


1 23 




29 




601 


580 


- 


7 


. - 


624 


616 


- 


- 


- 


22 


1 16 




33 




508 


511 


_ 


1 


- - 


524 


545 


3 


- 


- 


29 


1 17 




15 




474 


488 


— 


4 


— — 


491 


507 


1 


- 


- 


8/5 


1 2 




19 




486 


465 


— 


_ 


- • 


488 


484 


- 


- 


- 


12 


1 . 




10 




466 


444 


_ 


_ 


1 — — 


466 


454 


- 


- 


- 


19 


[ _ 




15 




340 


393 


. 


_ 


- - 


340 


408 


4 


- 


- 


26 


- 




13 




343 


348 


' 


- 


~ 


343 


361 


3 


— 


— 


TO- 
T^ 


5325 


1564 


6664 


799 


21227 


28057 


ISO 


103 


750 1026 


29016 


36649 


399 


78 


42 




Note- 1960-61 


season figures following 
, corrected beRinninp; we( 


5 week 


enc 


ling Mar. 2 


5. 1961 


subject 


to CO 


rrec 


:tion. 




1959-60 


3k ending 


June 4, 19 


30 thru 


Aug. 27 


, 1960 


- 










Aug^ 


28 th 


ni 31. 


1960 - 


Fla. 


4. C 


;alif. 211, 


cars. 



















i£± 


(RAIL ABOATUBY 'raEKS 








Week 


FLOBIDA 


CALUDMIA 


TEXAS 


ARIZONA 


TOTALS 


Imports 


End- 
ine 


60-61 1 


59-60 


60-61 


59-60 


'61 '60 


60-61 159-60 


60-61 1 


59-60 


19©- 

^ -1 _ 


-61 Season 


1960, 














Cuba 


Mex. Cent. 
Sner. 


9/3 
10 
17 
24 

10/1 
8 

15 
22 
29 

11/5 
12 
19 
26 

12/3 
10 


11 
49 
124 
113 
99 
161 
169 
138 
189 
185 


8 
34 
97 
212 
161 
161 
159 
237 
213 
168 
158 
193 
202 
266 


48 107 
42 63 
31 21 
23 3 

6 6 

1 


2 - - - 

8 6 - - 
8 6 - - 

15 10 - - 

20 5 ;; 5 

11 15 9 2 

5 15 2 4 

15 19 9 9 

13 33 5 2 


48 

42 

31 

23 

6 

14 

49 

132 

121 

114 

181 

189 

145 

213 

203 


107 
71 
55 
100 
218 
161 
161 
165 
243 
223 
176 
175 
212 
230 
301 


3 

8 
18 
18 

8 


- 


17 


178 


256 


1 


5 32 6 2 


190 


290 




•w *m 


24 


241 


192 


1 


20 17 1 - 


263 


209 




~ •* 


31 


87 


130 




19 17 5 3 


111 


150 




" 


1961 

"17'i' 


171 


232 


2 


32 55 2 5 


207 


292 


- 


- 


14 


145 


259 


2 


30 55 4 4 


181 


318 




•" •" 


21 


156 


273 


2 


63 49 3 7 


224 


329 




•• ~ 


28 


227 


257 


3 1 


50 55 6 11 


286 


324 


- 


— " 


2/4 


258 


202 


2 1 


82 34 16 


343 


243 


- 


- - 


11 


210 


208 


2 


56 39 1 10 


267 


259 


— 


*• ■• 


IB 


224 


195 


3 9 


69 34 2 11 


298 


249 


— 


- — 


25 


236 


188 


3 4 


91 55 2 12 


332 


259 


- 


- - 


3/4 


216 


216 


9 5 


75 35 8 1 


308 


257 


- 


- — 


11 


251 


264 


10 5 


48 57 4 6 


313 


332 


- 


- - 


18 


279 


187 


5 5 


68 59 3 5 


355 


256 


- 


- 


25 


281 


252 


29 1 


50 38 2 5 


362 


296 


- 


- 


4/1 


238 


239 


36 1 


38 28 2 4 


314 


272 


- 


- 


8 


203 


226 


28 2 


53 17 4 24 


288 


269 


- 


- - 


15 


248 


195 


77 9 


67 27 6 30 


398 


261 


- 


- 


22 


2K) 


161 


48 12 


61 23 3 33 


372 


229 


- 


- - 


29 


260 


169 


41 16 


68 18 4 58 


373 


261 


- 


- 


5/6 


223 


209 


29 47 


26 22 9 89 


287 


367 


- 


- 


13 


248 


162 


67 59 


24 12 14 120 


353 


353 


- 


- - 


20 


262 


156 


44 58 


22 9 6 131 


334 


354 


- 


- - 


27 


196 


77 


54 52 


8 6 12 113 


270 


248 


- 


- 


6/3 


168 


54 


83 40 


25 5 23 83 


299 


182 


- 


- - 


10 


166 


37 


65 39 


19 4 19 119 


269 


199 


- 


- 


17 


1 166 


30 


67 45 


15 - 31 109 


279 


184 


- 


- - 


24 


1 96 


18 


56 39 


13 - 23 107 


188 


164 


- 


- - 


7/1 


1 57 


8 


46 27 


8 - 36 71 


147 


106 


- 


• 


8 


78 


. 


46 42 


7 - 27 60 


158 


102 


- 


- - 


15 


104 


. 


82 79 


9 - 31 77 


226 


156 


_ 


- - 


22 


66 


. 


92 73 


4 - 14 14 


176 


87 


— 


2 


29 


29 


. 


87 66 


2 - 11 6 


129 


72 


- 


5 


8/5 


8 


^ 


107 53 


13 8 


128 


61 


M 


5 


12 


6 


- 


110 76 


6 


116 


82 


- 


4 


19 


_ 


M 


77 70 


1 - - 8 


78 


78 


- 


1 


26 


- 


- 


81 79 


1 - - 4 


82 


83 


- 


- 


TO- 
TAL 


7480 


7321 


1646 1217 


1326 911 363 1382 


10815 


10831 


55 


3 14 


N 


ote- 1960 


-61 season fierures follov/ine week endincr Mbt. 25. 19fil 


subject 


to correction. 




1959-60, corrected beeinnine week ending June 4, 1960 t.Vini 


Aug. 27 


, I960. 








Auk. 28 thru 31. 


1960 - Calif. 28. 











3 - 



MIXED CITRJ5 - CSSIDT RAIL 5HIPMEJ-7TS 

BY -.TEEKS 



Fla. 



Includes 4.723 Fla. I.e. 1 express shipments (consolidated into 


solid cars) for 


1960-61 


season. 


Week 

End- 
ing 


FLOHIDA 


CiilPOBNIA 


TEXAS 


iffilZDNA 


TOTitt, 


ports 


60-61 1 59-60 


60-61 1 59-60 


©-61 1 


59-eD 


60-611 


59-60 


1960-61 


1 59-60 


•60-61 


1960 


















Mex. 


9/3 


2 


34 61 


_ 


<M 


_ 




36 


61 




10 


2 


21 41 


_ 


_ 


_ 


M 


23 


41 


• 


17 


_ 


32 30 


. 


_ 


_ 


«, 


32 


30 


. 


24 


. _ 


23 17 


_ 


. 


» 


^ 


23 


17 


^ 


10/1 


3 


7 14 


_ 


1 


. 


. 


7 


18 


• 


8 


8 


5 7 


1 


1 





» 


6 


16 


« 


15 


10 


7 6 


. 


1 


_ 


«• 


7 


17 


• 


22 


6 21 


3 6 


7 


7 


^ 


^ 


16 


34 


^ 


29 


6 36 


4 4 


4 


2 


. 


^ 


14 


42 


. 


11/5 


7 37 


3 4 


6 


4 


^ 


« 


16 


45 


. 


12 


34 60 


2 3 


11 


10 


. 


M 


47 


73 


.. 


19 


77 88 


4 2 


33 


30 


2 


1 


116 


121 


«. 


26 


102 121 


3 8 


21 


27 


1 


2 


127 


158 


_ 


12/3 


159 171 


9 12 


39 


44 


3 


3 


210 


230 


* 


10 


379 770 


14 14 


63 


91 


1 


5 


457 


860 


. 


17 


991 1303 


8 5 


105 


155 


4 


2 


1108 


1465 


. 


24 


734 428 


11 5 


122 


47 


3 


4 


870 


484 


_ 


31 


124 138 


17 13 


34 


28 


1 


4 


176 


183 


_ 


1961 




















1/7 


228 250 


19 11 


20 


40 


1 


7 


268 


308 


. 


14 


192 313 


19 17 


53 


43 


1 


5 


265 


378 


_ 


21 


248 245 


18 24 


41 


30 


. 


2 


307 


301 


. 


28 


299 287 


30 16 


28 


35 


» 


7 


357 


345 


« 


2/4 


272 236 


16 23 


40 


33 


» 


2 


328 


294 


^ 


11 


225 247 


12 13 


33 


33 


_ 


3 


270 


296 


. 


18 


275 263 


12 25 


47 


25 


1 


3 


335 


316 


. 


25 


256 279 


26 18 


45 


29 


2 


_ 


329 


326 


. 


3/4 


207 271 


24 15 


33 


27 


1 


2 


265 


315 


_ 


11 


221 269 


15 15 


44 


30 


1 


4 


281 


318 


• 


18 


234 234 


16 21 


44 


24 


3 


6 


297 


285 


* 


25 


240 272 


31 14 


28 


29 


- 


6 


299 


321 


. 


4/1 


227 272 


14 9 


24 


17 


1 


6 


266 


304 


. 


8 


164 252 


17 6 


20 


10 


. 


1 


201 


269 


. 


15 


170 244 


9 5 


23 


10 


_ 


8 


202 


267 


« 


22 


182 214 


15 9 


23 


9 


1 


5 


221 


237 


• 


sfe 


173 171 


11 6 


20 


8 


^ 


6 


204 


191 


_ 


180 163 


17 20 


22 


3 


. 


7 


219 


193 


_ 


13 


172 122 


9 27 


24 


12 


1 


_ 


206 


161 


• 


20 


137 79 


16 31 


12 


3 


1 


2 


166 


115 


• 


27 


60 63 


26 21 


11 


1 






97 


85 


. 


6/3 1 


48 21 


24 22 


8 


„ 


_ 


_ 


80 


43 


_ 


10 1 


49 19 


22 27 


3 


2 


^ 


_ 


74 


48 


. 


17 1 


28 15 


26 27 


. 




. 


_ 


54 


42 


. 


24 1 


20 3 


41 34 


. 


. 


^ 


^ 


61 


37 


^ 


7/1 1 


13 2 


40 42 


2 


. 


^ 


^ 


55 


44 


_ 


8 1 


8 


32 41 


1 


•• 


_ 


. 


41 


41 


» 


15 1 


7 


41 50 


_ 


« 


« 


_ 


48 


50 


^^ 


22 1 


1 


62 64 


1 


_ 


^ 


^ 


64 


64 


. 


29 


5 


62 50 


2 


_ 


^ 


^ 


69 


50 


_ 


8/5 


1 


61 61 


2 


_ 


M 


^ 


64 


61 


^^ 


12 


1 


66 61 


- 


M 


V 


^ 


66 


62 


^, 


19 


1 


69 48 


_ 


. 


M 


» 


69 


49 


1 


26 


2 


57 48 


- 


- 


- 


- 


57 


50 




TO- 
TiiL 


7165 aX)4 


1182 1173 


1100 


901 


29 


103 


9476 


10181 


1 



28 thru 31. 1961 shipments: Fla. 1, Calif. 18. See noiation_pages 1 & 2 re corrections. 
1 . c.l ex-pre ss shi-pments (consolidated into solid cars) by months: NovT 134: Dec. 1.799: 

K1Q. TToh P.ar\. M=-» 'tcZ. &_- ACQ. \l^, ICO. m-i„-| A no-7 "L -^~~- ' — — ' 



Jan. 619; Feb. 680; Mar. 75?: ^r^ 469; Lfajr 268; Total 4,723 cars 



4 - 



FLORIDA MIXED CJiR ANALYSIS — PATT. i=mTPMEmS 
196D-61 SEASON 



Week 
Ending 



E A N G E S 



Week Ending To-Date 



GBAPEFBUIT TANGERINES 



Week Ending To-Date | Week Ending To-Date 



Percentage 

TEMPLES 



9/ 3 

10 

17 

24 

10/ 1 

e 

15 
22 

29 
11/ 5 
12 
19 
26 
12/ 3 
10 
17 
24 
31 
1961 
"377 
14 
21 
2^ 
2/ 4 
11 
18 
25 
3/ 4 
11 
18 
25 
4/ 1 
8 
15 
22 
29 
5/ 6 
13 
,20 
27 
6/ 3 
! 10 
.' 17 
24 
7/ 1 
. 8 
•• 15 
22 
29 
8/ 5 
12 
19 
26 



47.6 


47.6 


47.6 


47.6 


47.6 


47.6 


63.3 


62.0 


55.2 


58.6 


50.5 


55.2 


59.3 


57.5 


64.3 


60.1 


52.1 


58.3 


53.2 


57.8 


49.5 


56.3 


43.4 


54.7 


39.1 


53.0 


45.6 


52.2 


40.5 


51.0 


48.0 


50.7 


52.9 


50.9 


44.7 


50.5 


45.4 


50.3 


48.0 


50.2 


49.1 


50.2 


55.7 


50.6 


46.2 


50.4 


55.8 


50.6 


53.5 


50.7 


50.3 


50.7 


53.1 


50.8 


52.4 


50.8 


63.2 


51.2 


59.8 


51.5 


58.5 


51.8 


53.1 


51.7 


62.6 


52.0 


52.4 


52.0 


56.3 


62.1 


58.8 


52.2 


27.0 


52.0 



52.4 


52.4 


52.4 


52.4 


52.4 


52.4 


26.2 


28.3 


27.6 


28.0 


31.4 


29.4 


19.9 


24.2 


20.6 


22.3 


32.7 


25.0 


24.4 


25.0 


35.2 


26.8 


38.1 


28.2 


43.5 


29.9 


41.1 


31,0 


46.5 


32.7 


35.7 


33.0 


39.6 


33.5 


45.3 


34.2 


46.4 


34.6 


47.8 


35.1 


42.6 


35.5 


39.1 


35.7 


53.4 


36.4 


42.1 


36.6 


45.9 


36.9 


49.7 


37.3 


46.9 


37.6 


47.6 


38.0 


36.2 


38.0 


40.2 


38.0 


41.5 


38.1 


46.9 


38.3 


37.4 


38.3 


47.6 


38.5 


43.7 


38.6 


41.2 


38.7 


73.0 


39.0 



10.5 


9.7 


17.2 


13.4 


18.1 


15.4 


20.8 


18.3 


15.1 


17.1 


15.2 


16.7 


22.4 


17.2 


15.3 


16.9 


18.5 


17.1 


17.4 


17.1 


13.3 


16.8 


13.0 


16.3 


16.3 


16.3 


7.5 


15.6 


10.0 


15.3 


8.2 


15.1 


4.2 


14.6 


8.3 


14.3 


5.2 


13.7 


0.4 


13,2 


2.1 


12.8 


0.6 


12.4 


0.0 


12.0 


0.0 


11.6 


0.0 


11.2 


0.6 


10.8 


0.0 


10.5 


0.0 


10.1 


0.0 


10.0 


0.0 


9.7 


0.0 


9.5 


0.0 


9.3 


0.0 


9.1 


0.0 


9.0 



0.0 
1.2 
l.I 
5.4 

1.8 
13.6 
1.3 
5.6 
3.5 
2.0 
3.8 
7.0 
8.3 
8.7 
5.3 
1.5 
1.7 
4.7 
0.0 
0.0 



t^.. t. «,„.«» ,, ,, rie. ^ c1fA,r^ . .. .eae...s^. H„.. „„, ^„ 



- 5 - 

TOTAL FLOEIDA CITRUS 5RIFUEHTS. RAJI-BO AT -TRUCK. BY WEEKS - 1960-61 SEASOK 



Includes the proper proportion of 'mixed' cars & truck 


shipments- intra & interstate movement 


Week 


E A N 


G E S 


GRAPEFRUIT 


T A N G E R ] 
Rail & Boat 


[ N E S 


Ending 


Rail & Boat 


Truck # 


Rail & Boat 


Truck # 


Truck # 


1960 


Cars 


Cars 


Cars 


Cars 


Cars 


Cars 


9/ 3 


7 




1 








10 


4 


. 


1 


^ 






17 


1 


1 




^ 






24 






^ 


_ 






10/ 1 


_ 


8 


_ 


4 






8 


- 


4 


11 


179 






15 


— 


22 


49 


413 






22 


7 


81 


128 


696 






29 


37 


266 


116 


663 


^ 


^ 


11/ 5 


26 


366 


103 


565 


_ 


^ 


12 


93 


516 


179 


696 


1 


3 


19 


129 


686 


189 


583 


13 


81 


26 


125 


522 


166 


417 


65 


218 


12/ 3 


191 


628 


239 


466 


153 


356 


10 


389 


806 


260 


558 


261 


520 


17 


941 


1096 


382 


568 


369 


593 


24 


583 


965 


481 


331 


352 


446 


31 


168 


382 


117 


243 


116 


225 


1961 














1/ 7 


271 


430 


251 


428 


240 


315 


14 


206 


505 


218 


526 


143 


328 


21 


217 


642 


264 


623 


146 


345 


28 


310 


669 


350 


579 


157 


252 


2/ 4 


291 


668 


385 


563 


100 


200 


11 


272 


632 


290 


577 


55 


88 


18 


417 


644 


333 


531 


43 


41 


25 


371 


474 


352 


528 


34 


12 


3/ 4 


243 


379 


312 


519 


19 


4 


11 


312 


459 


357 


639 


12 


3 


18 


311 


442 


379 


608 


21 


1 


25 


319 


446 


375 


619 


15 


1 


4/ 1 


295 


381 


359 


528 


3 


1 


8 


247 


387 


272 


534 


4 


1 


15 


222 


360 


326 


587 


1 




22 


221 


393 


350 


589 




^, 


29 


253 


395 


341 


526 


^ 


^ 


5/ 6 


276 


359 


309 


457 






13 


270 


304 


310 


378 






20 


264 


257 


317 


310 






27 


147 


231 


221 


279 






6/ 3 


153 


186 


191 


221 






10 


198 


174 


184 


246 






17 


98 


147 


179 


218 






24 


85 


90 


105 


150 






7/ 1 


42 


25 


62 


50 






8 


26 


24 


84 


55 






15 


25 


6 


109 


24 






22 


16 


7 


67 


16 






29 


18 


3 


33 


11 






8/ 5 


2 


„ 


9 








12 


» 


. 


6 


^ 






19 


_ 


^^ 










26 


- 


- 


- 


- 






TOTAL 


9089 


16468 


10122 


18301 


2323 


4034 



# -- Corrected 



Florida truck data made available 
through the courtesy of the Citrus Inspection Division, Winter Haven, Fla. 



6 - 



Note: 



Week 

Ending 



I960 

9/ 3 

10 

17 

24 

10/ 1 

a 

15 
22 
29 
11/ 5 
12 
19 
26 
12/ 3 
10 
17 
24 
31 
1961 
17"? 
14 
21 
28 
2/ 4 
11 
18 
25 
3/ 4 
11 
18 
25 
4/ 1 
8 
15 
22 
29 
5/ 6 
13 
20 
27 
6/ 3 
10 
17 
24 
7/ 1 
8 
15 
22 
29 
8/ 5 
12 
19 
26 



^oTAT. ^wimr v^ vrnRTDA cimis - by ;mncs - i96o-6i & T?B9-m seasons 



OEANGES 



1960-61 



1959-60 



GRAPEFRUIT 



1960-61 



1959-60 



Cars 



Cars 



7 


- 


4 


- 


2 


- 


8 


72 


4 


195 


22 


320 


88 


420 


293 


551 


392 


667 


609 


893 


815 


1024 


647 


746 


819 


988 


1195 


1902 


2037 


2874 


1548 


931 


550 


593 


701 


1184 


711 


1235 


859 


1171 


979 


1237 


959 


1041 


904 


1287 


1061 


1069 


845 


998 


622 


988 


771 


958 


753 


813 


765 


1132 


676 


935 


634 


916 


582 


966 


614 


760 


640 


709 


635 


872 


574 


845 


521 


745 


378 


464 


339 


422 


372 


228 


245 


219 


175 


143 


67 


101 


50 


37 


31 


40 


23 


44 


21 


25 


2 


36 


_ 


23 


« 


25 


- 


20 



Cars 



Cars 



1 


- 


1 


59 




289 


^ 


593 


4 


877 


190 


767 


462 


845 


824 


765 


779 


868 


668 


804 


875 


778 


772 


819 


583 


718 


705 


921 


818 


1144 


950 


1271 


812 


567 


360 


423 


679 


993 


744 


1154 


887 


1043 


929 


1028 


948 


917 


867 


956 


864 


926 


880 


930 


831 


949 


996 


1038 


987 


769 


994 


1037 


887 


874 


806 


810 


913 


758 


939 


624 


867 


616 


766 


608 


688 


428 


627 


303 


500 


143 


412 


102 


430 


59 


397 


48 


255 


26 


112 


12 


139 


2 


133 


1 


83 


1 


44 


- 


9 


«, 


6 


_ 



TMG ERINES 
195-61 1 1959-60 



Cars 



Cars 



_ 


2 


^ 


24 


— 


106 


4 


280 


94 


405 


283 


350 


509 


527 


781 


666 


962 


774 


798 


230 


341 


150 


555 


183 


471 


84 


491 


40 


409 


47 


300 


13 


143 


12 


84 


21 


46 


41 


23 


35 


15 


15 


22 


14 


16 


15 


4 


2 


5 


6 


1 


1 



TOTAL 



1960-61 1959-60 



Cars 



Cars 



5 


59 


2 


289 




593 


12 


949 


194 


962 


484 


1165 


912 


1187 


1072 


1443 


1060 


1577 


1488 


1951 


1681 


2248 


1513 


1814 


2033 


2436 


2794 


3712 


3949 


4910 


3158 


1728 


1251 


1166 


1935 


2360 


1926 


2473 


2237 


2254 


2317 


2312 


2207 


1971 


1914 


2255 


2009 


2016 


1771 


1969 


1476 


1972 


1782 


2011 


1762 


1596 


1775 


2184 


1567 


1811 


1445 


1732 


1496 


1725 


1553 


1384 


1515 


1325 


1401 


1480 


1262 


1273 


1148 


1048 


878 


607 


751 


524 


802 


287 


642 


267 


430 


169 


179 


113 


189 


39 


164 


41 


106 


45 


65 


25 


11 


36 


6 


23 


• 


25 


- 


20 



TO- 
TAL 



25557 



33864 



28423 



29663 



6357 



4043 



60337 



67570 



Note- 1960-61 seaso n figures following week ending Mar . 25, 1961 subject to correction. 
1959-60 . corrected beginning weeK ending June 4, 1960 thru Aug. 27, 1960 



7 - 



CITRCJS SHIRaTTS 



TOT^S 



TRITK ~ ARI2DMA. CAI-ITOSNIA. T^SJAS - BY WEEKS 
1960-61 & 1959-60 SEASON 



Carlot Equivalents 



AEI ZONA* 



Gr^ef ruit 
1960-611 '59-60 



4 
34 

124 
85 
82 
73 
75 
48 
43 



2246 



17 
126 
117 
67 
90 
90 
75 
49 
67 



CALIFORNIA^ 



Oranges 



Grapefruit; 



'60-611 '59-60 ' 60-61 i '59-60 



2570 



119 

121 

155 

137 

116 

104 

110 

96 

94 

65 

36 

113 

98 

147 

236 

306 

158 

110 



152 
155 
190 
186 
129 
125 
137 
111 
112 
123 
162 
214 
166 
183 
254 
226 
89 
125 



6515 



7945 



21 

18 
24 

ao 

6 
2 



2 
1 

1 
2 

1 



90 


96 


127 


189 


^ 


81 


74 


197 


205 


3 


72 


77 


184 


200 


2 


56 


86 


169 


231 


2 


47 


67 


176 


211 


2 


71 


77 


187 


238 


2 


75 


101 


169 


256 


5 


54 


61 


143 


248 


2 


73 


54 


170 


238 


2 


74 


61 


182 


230 


4 


68 


62 


158 


206 


3 


91 


48 


126 


164 


2 


to 


58 


105 


129 


2 


70 


63 


118 


143 


3 


58 


52 


120 


157 


7 


61 


48 


142 


155 


4 


63 


67 


124 


147 


6 


51 


84 


145 


175 


3 


50 


90 


102 


162 


7 


bO 


81 


111 


114 


8 


45 


64 


96 


104 


9 


44 


73 


82 


94 


12 


39 


82 


83 


97 


12 


45 


74 


70 


102 


15 


46 


49 


73 


83 


22 


38 


42 


73 


86 


14 


44 


46 


84 


80 


14 


51 


33 


98 


106 


20 


11 


- 


98 


93 


19 


- 


- 


96 


89 


22 


- 


- 


88 


95 


23 


- 


- 


100 


81 


22 


- 


- 


105 


95 


20 


- 


- 


93 


103 


21 



413 



34 

19 

18 

10 

7 

3 

2 



2 

1 



1 

1 

6 
2 

3 
2 

1 

4 

2 

3 

4 

7 

3 

10 

16 

22 

26 

25 

25 

17 

18 

17 

15 

19 

13 

11 

16 

18 

18 

25 

23 

30 



492 



TEXAS 



Oranges 



Grgiefrxiit 



'60-61! '59-60 '60-611 '59-60 



- 


31 


- 


6 


— 


49 


_ 


23 


57 


64 


33 


53 


88 


84 


148 


111 


56 


51 


118 


92 


54 


66 


115 


87 


98 


79 


155 


152 


87 


77 


186 


117 


89 


62 


173 


119 


72 


68 


139 


107 


112 


103 


186 


157 


125 


126 


199 


176 


123 


153 


163 


148 


166 


61 


157 


60 


85 


61 


129 


93 


91 


97 


178 


181 


142 


92 


258 


206 


147 


100 


284 


184 


116 


110 


263 


185 


154 


116 


297 


180 


156 


109 


329 


190 


160 


76 


281 


200 


176 


81 


274 


190 


142 


77 


286 


205 


117 


80 


266 


193 


129 


74 


258 


182 


133 


71 


266 


151 


88 


65 


224 


131 


99 


67 


295 


123 


95 


60 


299 


102 


99 


45 


257 


84 


89 


46 


213 


71 


90 


45 


177 


65 


68 


30 


174 


59 


65 


17 


123 


42 


60 


11 


109 


15 


49 


8 


75 


9 


31 


7 


57 


3 


11 


- 


24 


— 



3719 



2619 



"-Arizona - Truck - Oranges 
#-Outboiind Passings. 
••-Weeks ending Aug. 19 & 26. 1961 



7168 



Unavailable. 

California, subject to correction. 



4452 



8 



Total Orange Production - By States 

C^sus Yei. 1889. 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919-1960 



UNITED STArES 
U. S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service 



Crop Year 



CALIF. # FLA.# 



TEX.# i©IZ.# MX# LA.# 



MISS.# TOTAL # 



Tiiil^S£.4_££.i^^ " 



1889 




1,245 


3,147 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4,392 


1899 




5,882 


273 


— 


11 


JJ - 


1 


— 


6,167 


1909 


= 


14.440 


4,888 


11 


33 


1 


152 


5 


19,530 


1919 


16,632 


8,000 


9 


80 


20 


37 


31 


24,809 


1920 




23,771 


9,400 


5 


60 


82 


42 


25 


33,385 


1921 




14,021 


8,400 


5 


80 


82 


50 


30 


22,668 


1922 




21,283 


10,900 


10 


81 


190 


60 


45 


32,569 


1923 


Average 


24,153 


13,700 


6 


86 


225 


75 


55 


38,300 




19,972 
18,506 


10,060 


7 


77 


120 


53 


37 


30,346 


1924 


11,300 


17 


60 


2 


75 


_ 


29,960 


1925 




24,200 


10,200 


12 


86 


130 


100 


27 


34,755 


1926 




28,252 


11,000 


41 


75 


75 


150 


42 


39,635 


1927 




22,737 


9,500 


85 


54 


110 


200 


50 


32.736 


1928 


Average 


39,159 


16,500 


125 


99 


85 


220 


30 


56,218 




26.571 
21.195 


11,700 
9,800 


56 


75 


80 


149 


30 


38,661 


1929 


261 


137 


212 


187 


37 


31,829 


1930 




35,179 


19,200 


250 


139 


3 


287 


2 


55,060 


1931 




34,658 


14,200 


520 


145 


80 


245 


54 


49,902 


1932 




34,265 


16,400 


325 


147 


120 


278 


80 


51,615 


1933 


Average 


28,439 


17,900 


430 


155 


3 


245 


2 


47.174 




30,747 


15,500 


357 


145 


84 


248 


35 


47,116 


1934 


45,047 


17,600 


650 


170 


140 


293 


as 


63,988 


1935 




32,809 


18,000 


777 


240 


2 


244 


1 


52,073 


1936 




29,827 


22,100 


2,000 


220 


56 


309 


26 


54,538 


1937 




45,914 


26,200 


1,440 


350 


76 


238 


67 


74,285 


1938 


Average 


41,420 


33.300 


2,815 


430 


96 


385 


85 


78,531 




39.003 


23,440 


1,536 


282 


74 


294 


53 


64,683 


1939 2/ 


44,425 


28,000 


2,360 


595 


75 


228 


59 


75,742 


1940 2/ 




50,778 


31,300 


2.650 


528 


1 


253 


- 


85,510 



Continued Page No. 9 



- 9 



Crop 
Year 



— Cont'd. 



UNITED S T --ilES ; Total Oran;^e Production - By States - Continued 
Census Year, 1889, 1899, 1909 & Yeaxly 1919-1960 

(J. S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service 

4 [ LA-# 



CALIF. # 



1941 
1942 
1943 



Average 48,730 



FLA.# 



I 



TEX.# ARIZ.# 



ALA.- 



:ns.# 



-^ji^u_s_a_n_d 

52,155 29,300 2,853 

44,329 41,400 2,550 

51,961 49,800 3.550 



^_o X ^ _s - 

660 

730 

1,100 



5 



192 

340 
240 



35,960 



2,792 



723 



16 



250 



12 



TOTAL # 



85,163 

89.349 
106.651 



88,483 



1944 
1945 
1946 
194? 
1948 



60,500 
44,010 
53,530 
45,830 
37,010 



4/ 46,800 

54,000 

3/ 58,400 

62.400 

62,700 



Average 48,176 



4,400 
4,800 
5,000 
5,200 
3,400 



1,150 

1,210 

1,230 

780 

710 



360 
330 

410 
30O 

3C0 



56,860 



4,560 



1.010 



340 



113, ao 

104,350 
118,540 
114,510 
104,120 



110 ,946 



1949 2/ 

19S0 

1951 

1952^ 

1953 



41,860 
45,210 
38,410 
46,030 
32,400 



63,500 
4/ 72,100 
4/ 83,100 

77,100 
4/ 96,300 



1.760 
2,700 

300 
1,000 

900 



985 

1,400 

730 

900 

1,170 



370 


- 


108,475 


300 


- 


121.710 


SD 


. 


122,590 


BO 


- 


125,080 


100 


. 


130,870 



Average 40,782 



78,420 



1,332 



1,037 



174 



121.745 



1954 
1955 

1956 
1957 2/ 
1958 



39,420 
38.370 
35,900 
23,200 
40,200 



4/ 93,500 

4/ 95.700 

4/ 97,800 

84,600 

90,500 



1,500 
1,600 
1,600 
2,000 
2,300 



1.130 
1,150 
1,290 
1.250 
610 



175 


135,725 


195 


137,015 


115 


136.705 


235 


111.255 


220 


133.830 



Average 35,418 



92.420 



1,800 



1,086 



182 



1959 2/ 31,200 94.300 2.700 1,500 

1960 Preliminary 25,500 92,000 3,500 1,160 



260 
275 



130,906 



128.960 
122,435 



#- Includes tangerines. *-Negligible. 

^ Eevised. 1/ 550 boxes or less- 

Z/ Includes econcmic abandonment: Early 4 Midseason - 900,000 boxes - Tangerines- 800,000 boxes. 

±1 Incl\ides econcmic abandonment: TANGERINES — 1944-45 season . 150,000 boxes -- 

1950-51 season . 200,000 boxes ~ 1951-52 season. 400,000 boxes — 1953-54 season . 500,000 
bozBs — i9b4-55 season . 200,000 toxes '— 1955-56 season . 200,000 boxes — 
1956-57 season . 200,000 boxes. 



10 



UNITED STrfTES- Total Grapefruit Production - By States 

' Census Year. 1889, 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919-1960 

U. S. Department of Agrieulture, Statistical Reporting Service 



Crop Year 



1889 
1899 
1909 



1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 



1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 



1929 
1930 
1931 
1932 
1933 



1934 
1935 
1936 
1937 
1938 



Average 



Average 



Average 



Average 



1939 2/ 
1940 



FLA. 



TEX. 



CALIF. 



-_Th_ou_s^n_d_Box_e_s - 



ARIZ. 



TOTAL 



10 


— « 


-- 


— 


10 


12 


«- 


18 


1 


31 


1,062 


1/ 


123 


1 


1,186 


5,900 


3 


363 


29 


6,295 


5,800 


5 


395 


34 


6,234 


6,700 


8 


360 


35 


7,103 


7,800 


35 


394 


60 


8,289 


8,500 


65 


363 


95 


9,023 


6,940 


23 


375 


51 


7,389 


8,900 


301 


387 


105 


9,693 


7,600 


200 


600 


150 


8,550 


8,600 


361 


672 


120 


9,753 


7,500 


524 


720 


176 


8,920 


11,300 


753 


972 


211 


13,236 


8,780 


428 


670 


152 


10,030 


8,300 


1,550 


1,000 


365 


11,215 


15,800 


1,200 


1,290 


400 


18.690 


10,700 


2,600 


1,431 


450 


15,181 


11.600 


1,440 


1,350 


614 


15,004 


10,900 


1,200 


1,772 


800 


14,672 


11,460 


1,598 


1.368 


526 


14,952 


15,200 


2,740 


2,167 


1.240 


21 ,347 


11.500 


2,780 


2,267 


1,800 


18,347 


18,100 


9,630 


1,540 


1,400 


30,670 


14,600 


11,840 


1,943 


2,750 


31,133 


23,300 


15,670 


1,924 


2,700 


43,594 


16,540 


8,532 


1,969 


1,978 


29,018 


15,900 


14,400 


1,992 


2,900 


35,192 


24,600 


13,650 


1,983 


2.650 


42,883 



Continued Page No • 11 



- 11 



Crop Year 



1941 
1942 
1943 



1944 
1945 
1946 3/ 
1947 
1948 



1949 

1950 2/ 

1951 4/ 
1952 
1953 Si 



1954 
1955 
1956 2/ 
1957 
1958 



1959 1/ 



UNITl-D STATES ; Total Grapefruit Production - By States, Continued. 
Census Year, 1889, 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919-1960 

U. S. Department of Agriculture - Statistical Reporting Service. 



Average 



Average 



Average 



Average 



1960 Preliminary 



FLA. 



TEX. 



CALIF. 



23,600 



22,300 
32,000 
29,000 
33 ,000 
30,200 



29,300 



24,200 
33,200 
36,000 
32,500 
42,000 



33,580 



34,800 
38,300 
37,400 
31,100 
35,200 



35,360 



30,500 
31,800 



15,554 



22,300 
24 ,000 
23,300 
23,200 
11,300 



20.820 



6,400 

7,500 

200 

400 

1,200 



3,140 



2,500 
2,200 
2,800 
3,500 
4,200 



3,040 



5,200 
6,500 



2.705 



3,830 
3,350 
3,120 
2,430 
2,150 



2,976 



2,500 
2,730 
2,160 
2,460 
2,500 



2,470 



2,420 
2,510 
2,410 
2,400 
2,530 



2,508 



2,800 
2,600 



ARIZ. 



-^^^ii^a_n_d_^_ox_e_s - 

19,200 14,500 3,181 3,380 

27,300 17,510 3,071 2,600 

31,000 17,710 3,300 4,080 



3,122 



3,750 
4,100 
4,100 
3,000 
1,880 



3,366 



3,400 
3,150 
2,140 
3,000 
2,670 



2,872 



2,470 
2,370 
2,180 
2,780 
1,870 



2,334 



3,220 
2.500 



TOTAL 



40,261 
50,481 
56,090 



44.981 



52,180 
63,450 
59,520 
61,630 
45,530 



56,462 



36,500 
46,580 
40,500 
38,360 
48,370 



42,062 



42,190 
45,360 

44,790 
39,780 
43.800 



43,442 



41,720 
43,400 



2^1 Revised. 



Ij 500 boxes or less. 



^ 4/ _5/ Includes economic abandorment; 

" 1946-47 season - 2,600,000 toxes (seedless 800,000 

1 951-52 season - 3,000,000 toxes (seedless 500,000 



other 1,800,000 

other 2,530.000 

1953-54 season - 1,300,000 toxes (seedless 300,000 - other 1,000,000 



12 



Crop Year 



1941-42 

1942-43 

1943-44 

1944-45 

1945-46 

1946-47 

1947-48 

1948-49 

1949-50 

1950-51 

1951-52 

1952-53 

1953-54 

1954-55 

1955-56 

1956-57 

1957-58 

1958-59 

1959-60 21 

1960-61 T/ 



U. S. Department of Agric\alture , Statistical Reporting Service 
Segregated - THOLES. OTHER EARLY A MI]>SEAS0N, VALEHCIAS & TifflGERIMES 



Temples 



Early & 
Mid-season 



Valencias 



Tangerines 



1,000 boxes 1,000 boxes 1,000 boxes 1,000 boxes 



710 
1,100 
1,700 
1,700 
2,200 
2,500 
2,800 
2,700 
1,500 
3,000 
3,90) 
4,000 



2/ 



15,200 
19,100 
25,800 
21,700 
25,400 
30,500 
31 ,000 
32,000 
32,890 
35,700 
42,100 
40,600 
48,000 
49,500 
48 , 700 
51,600 
51,200 
44,100 
45,100 
47,000 



2/ 



2/ 



12,000 
18,100 
20,400 
21,100 
24,400 
23,200 
27,400 
26,300 
24,900 
30.500 
34,800 
29,900 
41,100 
36.400 
39,500 
38.700 
29,800 
38,900 
42,500 
36,000 



1/ 



5/ 
II 

7/ 
Ml 



2,100 
4,200 
3,600 
4,000 
4,200 
4,700 
4,000 
4,400 
5,000 
4,800 
4,500 
4,930 
5,000 
5,100 
4,700 
4,800 
2,100 
4,900 
2,800 
5,000 



TOTAL ORANGE 
Production 

1,000 boxes 

29,300 
41,400 
49,800 
46,800 
54,000 
3/ 58,400 
" 62,400 
62,700 
63,500 
72.3.00 
83.100 
77,100 
96,300 
93,500 
95,700 
97,800 
84,600 
90,500 
94,300 
92,000 



1/ July estimate. 2/ Revised. 3/ Includes economic abandonment: Early &_f4i<i.season- 

900,000 boxes — Tangerines- 800 .OCOboxes . ±i 5/ 5/ 7/ QJ 9j mj Inoludes economic 

abandonment: Tanejerine's"- T9 44-45 season . 150,000; l'SJ5C?^5r"seas on. "^,000; 1951 -Sg seasgn 



400,000; 19533 STseason . loO .000 : r9Ml55 season . 
200,000; boxes. 



3-56 season . "200 ,00C 



k 



^rop 



Year 



PBOnJCTION - FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT 
Segregated SEiDLESS AND "OTHERS' 



Seedless 



Other 



TOTAL GRAPEERtnT 
Production 



1941- 
1942- 
1943- 
1944- 
1945- 
1946- 
1947- 
1948- 
1949- 
1950- 
1951- 
1952- 
1953- 
1954- 
1955- 
1956. 
1957- 
1958- 
1959- 
I960- 



42 

■43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

•50 

51 

•52 

.53 

.54 

.55 

•56 

57 

.58 

•59 

.60 , 

•61 1/ 



2/ 



1,000 boxes 

7,700 
10,300 
14,000 

8,400 
14,000 
14.000 
14,600 
14,700 
11,200 
15,800 
17.700 
17,100 
21,900 
20,500 
20,600 
21,600 
17,600 
19,600 
20,100 
19,400 



2/ 



1,000 boxes 

11.500 
17,000 
17,000 
13,900 
18,000 
15,000 
18,200 
15,500 
13,000 
17,400 
18,300 
15,400 
20.100 
14,300 
17,700 
15,800 
13,500 
15,600 
10,400 
12,400 



1,000 boxes 

19,200 
27,300 
31,000 
22,300 
32,000 
29,000 
33,000 
30,200 
24,200 
33,200 
36,000 
32.500 
42,000 
34,800 
38,300 
37,400 
31,100 
35,200 
30,500 
31,800 



3/ 

4/ 
5/ 



2J July estimate- 

3./ j^l 5/ Includes economic abandonment: 
1946-47 _season- 2,600.000 boxes 
1951-52 season - 3,000.000 boxes 
l9b^-b4 season - 1.300.000 boxes 



^/ Revised. 



^seedless 800,000 
^seedless 500,000 
.seedless 300,000 



other 1,800,000); 
other 2,500,0001; 
other 1,000 .000) . 



U. S. Department of Agriculture. Statistical Reporting Service. 



- 13 



PFODUCTIOIT JC.D UTILIZi^'ION - FLOEISA CIIEUS 











CHOPS OF 


1956- 


57 to 1959-60 IlICLUSIVE 












u. 


s. 


Department of Agriculture, Statistical Eeportir 


ig Service 

OF SALES 






N 


Total 

PH)- 
DUC- 
TION 

1/ 


FAFU 
DISFOSITIO!" 




U T I L I 


Z A T ] 


IT 




CHJP 


For 
Farm 

Use 


Sold 






F r 


e s h 


Sale 


i s 




Total 


SEASO 


Total 
Fresh 
Sales 


Shi 


■pned Oui 


, of State 


Intra 
State 
Sales 


Pro- 


Total 


[n£i(£ng 
express 


Boat 


Truck 


ces- 
sed 












X h£. u ^ 


_a n 


J_ B ii 


.S-S _s 2/ 








ALL ORAIIGES (Excluding 


Tangerines) 


















1956- 


57 


93,000 


650 


92,350 


24, 


116 


20,180 


7,065 


1,200 


11,915 


3,936 


68,234 


1957- 


58 


82, 


500 


550 


81,950 


18, 


107 


15,022 


5,270 


634 


9,118 


3,085 


63.843 


1958- 


59 


86,000 


650 


85,350 


16 


837 


12,923 


5,021 


45 


7,857 


3,914 


68 , 513 


1959- 


60 


91 


500 


665 


30,835 


30, 


765 


16,225 


5,514 


124 


10 , 587 


4,540 


70.070 


EjffiLY & MIDSEASOK ( ] 


[ncluding Tanplc 


3S) 
















1956- 


57 


54,300 


350 


53,950 


13 


984 


11,761 


3,946 


967 


6,848 


2,223 


39,966 


1957- 


.58 


52, 


700 


300 


52,400 


11 


993 


10,008 


3,292 


606 


6,110 


1.985 


40.407 


1958- 


•§S 


47, 


100 


350 


46,750 


10 


574 


8,281 


4/ 


4/ 


4/ 


2,293 


36,176 


1959- 


■^ 


49 ,CO0 


365 


48.635 


11 


747 


9,059 


2,991 


57 


6,011 


2,688 


36.888 


VALENCIAS 


























1956- 


-57 


38, 


700 


300 


38,400 


10 


132 


8,419 


3,119 


233 


5,067 


1,713 


28,268 


1957- 


.58 


29 


800 


2SD 


29,550 


6 


114 


5,014 


1,978 


28 


3,008 


1.100 


23.436 


1958- 


-59 


38 


9C0 


300 


38,600 


6 


263 


4,642 


4/ 


4/ 


4/ 


1,621 


32.337 


1959- 


-60 


42 


500 


300 


42,200 


9 


018 


7.166 


2,S23 


•S7 


4,S76 


1,852 


33,182 


TA1>TGEE] 


HES 


























1956- 


-5? 3 


/ 4 


800 


70 


4,530 


3 


271 


2,876 


1,049 


11 


1,816 


395 


1,259 


1957. 


-58" 


2 


100 


20 


2,080 


1 


729 


1,567 


541 


_ 


1,026 


162 


351 


1958- 


-59 


4 


500 


70 


4,230 


2 


635 


2,291 


1/ 


4/ 


4/ 


344 


1,595 


1959- 


-60 


2 


800 


70 


2,630 


2,089 


1,759 


520 


1 


1,238 


330 


541 


ALL GEUPJjii'HUIT 


























1956- 


-57 


37 


4C0 


160 


37,240 


18 


,187 


16,409 


6,640 


124 


9,645 


1,778 


19,053 


1957- 


-58 


31 


100 


160 


30,940 


14 


544 


12,910 


5,085 


98 


7,727 


1,634 


16,396 


1958. 


-59 


35,200 


160 


35,040 


16 


,479 


14,713 


5,527 


119 


9.067 


1,766 


18,561 


1959. 


-60 


30 


EOO 


160 


30,340 


16,032 


14,055 


4,808 


38 


9,209 


1,977 


14,308 


Sl-lhlDLESS 


























1956-57 


21 


,600 


80 


21,520 


15 


.237 


14,111 


6,037 


123 


7,951 


1,126 


6,283 


1957- 


-58 


17 


600 


eo 


17,520 


11 


,956 


10,957 


4,500 


97 


6.360 


999 


5,564 


1958 


-59 


19 


,600 


80 


19,53: 


13 


.766 


12,601 


1/ 


4/ 


4/ 


1 165 


5,754 


1959 


-60 


20 


,100 


80 


20,020 


14,480 


13,111 


4,467 


^3 


8,611 


1,369 


5,540 


OTHER ' 


rKAK 


SEEDLESS 






















1956- 


-57 


15,6C0 


80 


15,720 


2 


.950 


2,298 


603 


1 


1,694 


652 


12,770 


1957 


-58 


13 


,500 


80 


13,420 


2 


,588 


1,953 


585 


1 


1,367 


635 


10,832 


195S 


-59 


15 


,eco 


eo 


15,520 


2 


,713 


2,112 


1/ 


4/ 


4/ 


601 


12,807 


1959 


-60 


10 


.400 


80 


10,320 


1 


,552 


944 


341 


5 


598 


608 


8,768 


LHvES 




























1956 


-57 




400 




400 




204 


_ 


_ 


_ 


^ 


_ 


196 


1957 


-58 




350 




350 




276 


^ 


_ 


„ 


_ 


_ 


74 


1958 


-59 




200 


5 


195 




125 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


„ 


70 


1959 


-60 




320 


5 


315 




199 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


116 






Kcte- 


- 1960-61 


season f 


igure 


3 not available et t 


ime of 


siirrmaTy 


release. 





_1/ "Total Production" and "production of Value" are the same for each season. 

_2/ I'.et content of box of Florida orangus & tangerines, 90-lbs.; grscpefruit & limes, 80-lbs. 

3,/ Includes economic abandonment as follows: Tangerines- 195 4-55 & 1955-56 season. 200,000 — 
1956-57 season . 200,000; boxes. 

4/ Not available 



CSOP 



SEASON 



- 14 - 

PBODXT IOIT & UTILIZATI QN - CAL IFOMIA CIIHJS 
CSDFS OF 1956-57 to 1959-60 . DTCLUSIVE 

U. S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Beporting Service 



Total 
PH)- 

DUC- 
TION 



Pro- 
duc- 
tion 
having 
Value 

1/ 



FiiEM 
DISPOSITION 



for 

Farm 
House- 
hold 
Use 



Sold 



UTILIZAIIOS OF SALES 



Fresh Sales | 



Total 



Packed 



Loose 



Total 
Pro- 
cess- 
ed 



Thousand Boxes 2/ 



ALL ORM&ES 
1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 3/ 
1959-60 Jl 



35,900 
23,200 
40,200 
30,800 



NAVELS & MISCELLANEOUS 
1956-57 15,400 

1957-58 9,100 

1958-59 16,900 

1959-60 4/ 13.500 



VALENCI AS 
1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 3/ 
1959-60 2/ 

ALL OlflPEFRUIT 
1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 3/ 
1959-60 1/ 

DESEBT VAT.T.T^YR 
. 1956-57 

1957-58 
1958-59 3/ 
1959-60 1/ 

OTHER AREAS 
1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 4/ 

LEM3NS 

1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 3/ 



20,500 
14,100 
23,3(X) 
17,700 



2,410 
2,400 
2,530 
2,800 



810 
1,100 

630 
1,400 



1.600 
1,300 
1,300 
1,400 



1959-60 T/ 



16.200 
16,900 
16,900 
17 .000 



LEM3NS ( including Arizona) 
1956-57 640 

1957-58 668 

1958-59 3/ 681 

1959-60 "5/ 717 



35,430 
22,928 
39,810 
30,840 



15,100 

8,960 

16,710 

13,300 



20,320 
13,968 
23,100 
17,540 



2,407 
2,397 
2,527 
2,771 



807 
1,097 

627 
1,371 



1,600 
1.300 
1.900 
1.400 



16,200 
16,900 
16,900 
17.000 



T 

6to 

668 
681 
717 



210 
210 
210 
210 



100 
100 
100 
100 



110 
110 
110 
110 



20 
20 
20 
22 



4 
4 
4 
6 



16 
16 
16 
16 



15 
15 
15 
15 



35,210 
22,718 
39,600 
30,630 



15,000 

8,860 

16,610 

13,200 



20,210 
13,858 
22,990 
17,430 



2,387 
2,377 
2,507 
2,749 

803 
1,093 

623 
1.365 



1,584 
1,284 
1,884 
1.384 



16,185 
16,885 
16,885 
16,985 



26,430 
19,463 
29,130 
22,414 



13,280 

8.485 

14,530 

11,550 



13,150 
10,978 
14,600 
10,864 



1,671 
1,775 
1,787 
1,863 



595 
755 
487 
839 



1,076 
1,020 
1.300 
1.024 



5/ 



h o u s a ^ _d 

1 
1 



_2 o n 
639"- 
667 
680 
716 



9,640 


5/ 


10,180 


fi/ 


8,610 


5/ 


8,970 


5/ 


s 2/ 




381 


5/ 


402 


;s/ 


346 


^/ 


371 


V 



I 

5/ 

H 
H 

5/ 

H 



H 



H 
H 



Nr,te- 1960-61 season figures not available at time of Sumuary release- 



8,780 

3,255 

10.470 

8,216 

1.720 

375 

2,080 

1.650 



7.060 
2,880 
8,390 
6,566 



716 
602 
720 

886 



208 
338 
136 
526 



508 
264 
584 
360 



6,545 
6,705 

8,275 
8,015 



266 
265 
334 
345 



-' TJcllTll eliSted°'^ Production- and '-Production having Value" include quantities to 

^ ItllT'X othef a?L?^6|!lSI^«id=Snf 7I \l.^' S^iSlilnt^^^l^T '^ °^=^^ ^^^^^^ 
derived on the tasis of the above we igMsT ^^-^^^' Equivalent ^^PSSTTSr-lemons were 



^ Revised. 



jt/ Preliminary. 



^/ Not available. 



- 15 



PKjLUCTIOH &JJTILIZ. J'ICN - TEXAS. ARIZOITA & ICUISI^U CITEUS 
CaOPS Cf 1956-57 to 1959-60. INCLUSIV E 

U. S. Departrcent of Jigriculture, Statistical Reporting Serviea 



STATE 


Total 

PH)- 
DUC- 
TION 

1/ 


FAEL! 
DISFOSITICIT 


UTILIZMION 
OF SALES 


CHOP 

FTRASON 


For 

Faim 
house- 
hold 

— lias 


Sold 


Fresh 
Sales 


Total 

Pro- 
cess- 
ed 



Thousand Boxe 



2/ 



TEXAS 



- OHANGES. ALL 



1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 



EjiELY & MIDSEASQN 
1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 



;i:^ 3/ 

1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 



SBAPEFRUIT. ALL 

1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 



3/ 



ABIZONA 



OBANGES. ALL 



1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 

KAVEL S & MISCT^.T.AT TEOUS 
1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 

VALENCIAS 

1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 

GRAPEFRUIT. ALL 

1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 



LQUISIAKA - ORANGES, ALL 



1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 



1.600 
2,000 
2,300 
2,700 



1,200 
1,450 
1,650 
1,500 



400 

550 

650 

1,200 



2. ,800 
3,500 
4,200 
5,200 



1,290 

1,250 

610 

1,500 



500 
490 
270 
560 



790 
760 
340 

940 



2, ISO 
2,780 
1,870 
3,220 



115 
205 
220 
260 



60 
60 
60 
70 



1,540 

1 940 

2 240 
2,630 



75 
75 
75 
75 


2,735 

3,425 
4,125 
5,125 


20 
20 
18 
20 


1,270 

1,230 

592 

1,480 


10 

10 

8 

10 


490 
480 
262 
550 


10 

10 


780 
750 
330 
930 


15 
15 

15 
20 


2,165 

' 2 765 

1,855 

3)200 


i 


105 
195 
210 

250 



1,190 
1 740 
1 799 
2,114 



1,645 
2,503 
2,965 
3,881 



1,171 

1,157 

556 

1,211 



469 
461 
256 
461 



702 

696 
300 
750 



1,334 
2,100 
1 455 
2,107 



105 
195 
210 
250 



350 

200 
441 
516 



1,080 

922 

1,160 

1,244 



99 

73 

36 

269 



21 

19 

6 

89 



78 

54 

30 

180 



831 

665 

400 

1,093 



Note- 1960-61 season fig'jires not available at time of Svnmary release- 

1/ "Total Production" and '^Production having Value" are the saine each season. 

_2/ Net content of box of orar,,g es in Texas & Louisiana, 90-lbs.; in Arizona, 77-lhs. 
Net content of oox of grapefruit in Texas, SO-lhs.; in Arizona, 65-lbs- 

Zj Utilization of Texas, oranges- by varieties, net available 



16 



PTDDirTIQIJ m ' TTTTT.T7.ATTnw — imiTED STATES 
CITRUS CEOPS OF 1956-57 t o 19R9-6n, INCLUSIVE 

U. S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Beporting Service 



CKF 



SEiiSON 



Total 

PBD- 
EUC- 
TION 

1/ 



Pro- 

duci- 

tion 

having 

Value 



1/ 



FARM 
DISFOSITIOH,, 



For 

Farm 

Eouse- 

hold 

Use 



Sold 



UTILIZATION OF SALES 
TOTAL 

Pro- 
cess- 
ed 



Fresh 
Sales 



CHANGES (Excluding Tangerines) - Bex t,asi s ^-_Thous^^ toxe^ 2/ 



1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 3/ 
1959-60 "^Z 



1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 3/ 
1959-60 ■?/ 



131,790 
109.155 
129,300 
126,760 



131,310 
108,678 
128,730 
126,540 



940 
840 
938 
965 



5,694 
4,848 
5,554 
5,510 



5,675 
4,838 
5,538 
5,496 



41 
38 
41 
42 



130->370 
107,838 
127,782 
125,575 



- Ton _basi s ^-_TbDusarid ior^s_ 2/ 



5,634 
4,800 
5.497 
5,454 



52,907 
40,467 
48,322 

46,504 



2,205 
1,724 
1,990 
1,951 



77,463 
67,371 
79,460 
79,071 



3,429 
3,027 
3,507 
3,503 



TANGERIHES 



- Box hasis — Thousand "boxes 2/ 



1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 3/ 
1959-60 "5/ 



1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 3/ 
1959-60 4/ 



4,800 
2,100 
4,500 
2,800 



4,600 
2,100 
4,300 
2,700 



70 
20 
70 
70 



216 

95 

202 

126 



207 

95 

194 

121 



3 
3 
3 
3 



4,530 
2,080 
4,230 
2,630 



- T.qn Jhasi_s ^-_Tho_us.and io£S_ 2_/ 



204 

92 

191 

118 



3,271 
1,729 
2,635 
2,089 



147 
78 

119 
94 



1,259 
351 

1,595 
1,541 



57 
14 
72 
24 



CSAPEFBUIT 



- B.OX ^asi^ Ji-_T^ous_aiid _to_xe^ _2/ 



1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 3/ 
1959-60 4/ 



1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 3/ 
1959-60 4/ 



44,790 
39,760 
43,800 
41,620 



44,787 
39 , 777 
43,797 
41,691 



270 
270 
270 
277 



1,759 
1,554 
1,722 
1,626 



1,759 
1,554 
1,722 
1,625 



10 
11 
10 

11 



44,517 
39,507 
43,527 
41,414 



- ^o£ iasi_s --_Thous.fflid ions_ _2/ 



1,749 
1,543 
1,712 
1,614 



22,837 
20,922 
22,686 
23,883 



893 
809 
886 
927 



21,680 
18,585 
20,841 
17,531 



856 
734 
826 
687 



Note- 



1960-61 season figures not available at time of Suranary release . 



_l/ See individual State tables for explanation of difference. 

2/ Het content varies. For oranges- in Calif. & Ariz., the approxins.te average per box is con- 
sidered to be 77-lbs.; Calif.^^Ariz. Rra pef rui t- approximate average is considered to be 
6fa-lbs. in Calif. Eesert Valleys & Ariz., & fc>8-lbs in Calif, area other than Desert Valleys. 
I^^it 5^"^ other_ States, net content of box is considered to be 90-lbs for oran ges and 
eo-ibs for grapefruit. Equivalent tons were derived on the basis of above weights. 

2/ Revised. ±/ Preliminary. 



- 17 









1960-61 SEASON 








Week 
Ending 


OBAN 


G E S 


G H AP E F 


E U I T 1 


T A N G E P. 


I IJ E S 


Boxes Used 


To -Eat e 


Boxes Used | 


To-Date | 


Boxes Used 


i To -Date 


1960 














8/ 6 


19.142 


19,142 


4,128 


4,128 






13 


7,256 


26,398 


541 


4,669 






20 


5,741 


32,139 


951 


5,620 






27 


5,424 


37 , 563 


1,192 


6,812 






9/ 3 


4,029 


41,592 


574 


7,386 






10 


5,828 


47,420 


469 


7,855 






17 


5,348 


52,768 


1,182 


9,037 






24 


1,359 


54,127 


234 


9,271 






10/ 1 


1,759 


55,886 


- 


9.271 






8 


2,848 


58,734 


980 


10,251 






15 


4,267 


63,001 


18,839 


29 ,090 






22 


46,863 


109.864 


58,796 


87,886 






29 


106,522 


216,386 


92,927 


180.813 






11/ 5 


98,134 


314,520 


103,454 


289,267 






12 1 


193,416 


507,936 


223,342 


512,609 






19 1 


352,141 


860,077 


256,959 


769,568 


857 


857 


26 1 


501,234 


1,361,311 


292,919 


1,062,487 


16,310 


17,167 


12/ 3 1 


703 ,048 


2,064,359 


349,951 


1,412,438 


45,758 


62 ,925 


10 1 


1,318,229 


3,332.588 


396,060 


1,808,498 


77,674 


140 , 599 


17 1 


2,006,553 


5,389,141 


381,747 


2,190,245 


116,830 


257,429 


24 


2,491,138 


7,880,279 


310 ,044 


2,500,289 


107,597 


365,026 


31 


2.345,109 


10,725,388 


342,621 


2,842,910 


53,257 


418,283 


1961 














1/ 7 1 


3,391.696 


14,117.084 


564,847 


3,407,757 


165,090 


583,373 


14 


2,989,012 


17.106,096 


535,103 


3,942,860 


146,819 


730.192 


21 


3,667,199 


20.773.295 


582,353 


4,525,213 


165,211 


895,403 


28 


3.721,930 


24,495,215 


533,385 


5,058,598 


168,319 


1,063,722 


2/ 4 


3,173,196 


27,668,411 


532,041 


5,590,639 


121 ,474 


1,185,196 


11 


3.224,475 


30,892,836 


515,819 


6,106,458 


97,822 


1,283,018 


18 


3,198,556 


34.091,442 


477,828 


6,584,286 


127,409 


1,410,427 


25 


2,336,214 


36,927,656 


562,172 


7,146,458 


80,262 


1.490,689 


3/ 4 


2,343,723 


39.271,379 


645,578 


7,792,036 


43,363 


1,534,052 


11 


1,420,729 


40,692,108 


884 , 569 


8,676,605 


21,350 


1,555,402 


18 


679 , 281 


41,371,339 


851,513 


9,528,118 


14,035 


1,569,437 


25 


502,587 


41,873,976 


734,599 


10,262,717 


322 


1,569,759 


4/ 1 


449,645 


42,323.621 


628,928 


10.891.645 


10,622 


1,580,381 


8 


365,304 


43.138.925 


553,963 


11.445.K)8 


5,424 


1,585.605 


15 


1,464,336 


44,653.261 


515,626 


11,961.234 


614 


1,586,419 


22 


2,669,316 


47.322,577 


495,520 


12,456,754 


3,411 


1,589,830 


29 


2,815,827 


50,138,404 


497,903 


12,954,657 


1,161 


1.590.991 


5/ 6 


2,970,734 


53,109,138 


416,762 


13,371,419 


155 


1,591,146 


13 


3,047,470 


56,156,608 


489,446 


13,860.865 


- 


1.591.146 


20 


3,225,139 


59,381,747 


449.024 


14,309,889 


— 


1,591,146 


27 


2,701,257 


62,083,004 


348,164 


14,658,053 


- 


1,591,146 


6/ 3 


2,796,587 


64 , 879 , 591 


325,721 


14,983,774 




1,591.146 


10 


2,299,300 


67,178,891 


304.239 


15.287,983 




1.591,146 


17 


1,250,967 


68,429,858 


239,188 


15,527,171 




1,591.146 


24 


537,282 


69,017,140 


118,703 


15,645,874 




1.591,146 


7/ 1 


193,748 


69,210,888 


42,159 


15,688,033 




1,591,146 


8 


62,352 


69,273,240 


13,314 


15,701,347 




1,591,146 


15 


32,575 


69,305,815 


5,942 


15,707,289 




1,591,146 


22 


19,275 


69,325,090 


3,616 


15,710,905 




1.591,146 


31 


11,753 


69.336,843 


4,630 


15,715,535 




1,591,146 






69,336,343 




15,715,535 




1,591,146 



Made available 
through the courtesy cf the Florida Citrus Sonmission. Lakeland. Fla. 



18 



SALES 



SEASON 



FLOP.roA - TO IJIVALMT "ON THEE" PRIC KS. BY M3MTHS 
" TSbOX - SEASONS 19 44/45-1960/61. INaUSIVi: 

OKAN&ES- Early and Midseason 



OCT. 



NOV. 



DEC. 



JAN. 



FIE. 



1.IAE. 



APE. 



Season Average 



ALL METBODS 
OF SALES 



SALES FOH 
FBESH USE 



SALES FOE 

pfeoCHSsi^G 



1944-45 

1945-46 

1946-47 

1947-48 

1948-49 

1949- £0 

1950-51 

1951-52 

1952-53 

1953-54 

1954-55 

1955-56 

1956-57 

1957-58 

1958-59 2/ 

1959-60 1/ 

1960-61 TJ 



1944-45 

1945-46 

1946-47 

1947-48 

1948-49 

1949-50 

1950-51 

1951-52 

1952-53 

1953-54 

1954-55 

1955-56 

1956-57 

1957-58 

1953-59 2/ 

1959-60 "2/ 

1960-61 T/ 



1944-45 

1945-46 

1946-47 

1947-48 

1948-49 

1949-50 

1950-51 

1951-52 

1952-53 

1953-54 

1954-55 

1955-56 

1956-57 

1957-58 

1958-59 2/ 

1959-60 1/ 

1360-61 1/ 



2.12 
2.23 
2.27 
1.55 
.94 
2.34 



.72 
.66 
.93 
.24 
.23 
.58 
.22 
1.21 
3.05 
1.93 
3.03 



2.14 
2.24 
2.52 
1.93 
1.13 
2.49 
2.06 
2.03 
2.35 
1.38 
1.34 
1.75 
2.67 
1.30 
3.48 
2.29 
3.46 



1.58 

2-08 

.91 

.58 

.35 

1.40 

.70 

.69 

.56 

1.07 

.78 

1.22 

1.32 

.98 

2.03 

1.18 

2.18 



1.90 

1.96 

1.17 

.67 

.41 

1.02 

1.24 

.75 

.67 

1.19 

1.00 

1.29 

1.30 

1.04 

2.36 

1.28 

2.46 



1.98 

1.98 

1.39 

.73 

.45 

1.10 

1.37 

.85 

.74 

.32 

.07 

.32 

.53 

.01 

2.39 

1.51 

2.79 



1.57 

1.93 

.58 

.58 

.36 

.94 

1.11 

.63 

.59 

1.12 

.94 

1.27 

1.02 

1.08 

2.33 

1.13 

1.93 



1.97 

2.25 

.73 

.52 

.60 

1.22 

1.34 

.71 

.91 

1-15 

1.02 



58 
.29 
.47 
,55 
.48 
.54 



2.10 

2.31 

.92 

.53 

.64 
1.15 
1.49 

.77 

1.00 

1.28 

.99 

i.eo 

1.55 
1.27 
2.60 
1.84 
2.91 



1.51 

2.11 

.13 

.51 

.54 

1.27 

1.24 

.65 

.34 

1.07 

1.03 

1.57 

1.17 

1.53 

2-53 

1.33 

2.38 



1.90 

2.04 

.43 

.58 

.81 

2.11 

1.41 

.66 

1.23 

1.07 

1.07 

1.79 

1.35 

1.65 

2.61 

1.94 

3.05 



1.98 

2.06 

.61 

.55 

.89 

2.14 

1.41 

.65 

1.19 

1.09 

1.15 

1.87 

1.50 

1.82 

2.51 

2.05 

3.23 



1.76 

2.00 

.13 

.59 

.73 

2.10 

1.41 

.66 

1.24 

1.07 

1.05 

1.77 

1.32 

1.63 

2.63 

1.92 

3.03 



2.11 
1.96 

.49 

.80 
1.01 
2.86 
1.86 

.59 
1.41 

.97 
1.23 
1.98 
1.59 
2.04 
2.81 
2.16 
3.42 



2,15 
2.05 

.81 

.82 
1,03 
2.91 
1.88 

.62 
1.48 

.98 
1.43 
2.03 
1.83 
2.62 
2.67 
2.53 
3.33 



2.05 

1.85 

.12 



78 

.99 

2.84 

1.86 

.58 

1.3C 

.97 

1.18 

1.97 

1.55 

1.83 

2.83 

2.10 

3.43 



2.16 

2.17 

.63 

.75 

1.31 

3.05 

1.96 

.70 

1.46 

1.29 

1.52 



.90 
.75 
.21 
.97 
.11 
.32 



2.08 
2.17 
1.01 

.91 
1.25 
3.09 
2.09 

.62 
1.76 
1.79 
1.89 
2.21 
2.31 
3.27 
3.15 
3.01 
2.96 



2.30 
2.18 

.24 

.61 
1.35 
3.04 
1.91 

.72 
1.40 

.97 
1.37 
1.82 
1.62 
2.08 
2.93 
1.68 
3.38 



2.40 
.87 



1.91 
.87 

1.57 
1.68 



3.00 
2.44 



2.37 

1.01 



2.03 
1.75 

2.11 
1.95 



3.15 

2.89 



2.56 
.61 



1.91 
.74 

1.27 
1.42 



2.93 
1.53 



1.98 

2.09 

.84 

.66 

.75 

1.80 

1.46 

.70 

1.12 

1.10 

1.12 

1.71 

1.45 

1.57 

2.66 

1.87 

Unavailable 



2.06 
2.14 

1.14 

.71 

.78 

1.74 

1.58 

.78 

1.15 

1.23 

1.^ 

1.70 

1.69 

1.52 

2.61 

2.00 

Unavailable 



1.76 

2.00 

.25 

.62 

.71 

1.84 

1.38 

.65 

1.11 

1.05 

1.09 

1.72 

1.37 

1.58 

2.67 

1.82 

Unavailable 



Note- 1959-60 & 19K)-61 excludes Teirples. Tj Preliminary 2/ Eevised. 

U. S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Eeporting Servic 



ice 



19 



jXOn I DA ;- EQ1JIV.''X EMT ,"O N , T EEE " PRICES . BY VDETSS , 
PE R 'box - iSASl'li'S 1944 4511960/ 61. J'.ITCLUSnrE 

ORANGES- Lahe V-yge (Valencia) 



SALES 


SEASON 


FEB, 


MAR. 


jsn. 


my 


JUNE ! 


our.T 


Ssason Average 






i 


4 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


ALL METBDDS 


















OF SAIF. 




















1944-45 


2.21 


2.33 


2, 62 


2.70 


2.63 


— 


2.45 




1945-46 


ri ■ c 
ll/oi.0 


2.31 


2.58 


3.07 


3.11 


3.03 


2.67 




1946-47 


.47 


.96 


1.33 


1.11 


1.10 


.93 


1.10 




1947-48 


.87 


.92 


,54 


.50 


-43 


,34 


.60 




1948-49 


1,24 


1-57 


2.. 10 


2,94 


3,19 


2,92 


2.16 




1949-50 


2.97 


3.10 


2.54 


2.32 


2.42 


2,70 


2.61 




1950-51 


2, 02 


1.95 


1.96 


2.00 


1,63 


• 8o 


1.87 




1951-52 


.89 


.87 


.80 


1.01 


1,15 


1.64 


.S3 




1952-53 


lo66 


1.49 


1.37 


1.45 


1.85 


§'^i 


1.51 




1953-54 


1,01 


1.01 


1.34 


1=79 


1,96 


3.03 


1.45 




1954-55 


1.50 


1.65 


1.69 


1.65 


1.92 


2,43 


1.72 




1955'-56 


1.89 


1.85 


1.83 


2.15 


2,27 


2.47 


2-04 




1956-57 


1,99 


1.78 


1.46 


1.28 


1,03 


1,44 


1,34 




1957-58 


2.50 


2.68 


3.45 


3.89 


4.24 


-- 


3.17 




1958-59 2/ 


2.68 


2,91 


2.86 


3,42 


3.34 


3.11 


3.12 




1959-60 "2/ 


2,09 


1.39 


1.82 


2.03 


2.57 


--. 


2.07 




1960-61 1/ 


3.08 


2.33 


2.66 


3c04 


3.34 


3.65 


Unavailable 


SALES FOR 


















FRESH USE 




















■ 1944-45 


2-30 


2.40 


2.55 


2.62 


2. .62 


_ 


2.45 




1945-45 


2.21 


2-39 


2.58 


2,9i 


2.98 


2.98 


2.60 




1946-47 


.81 


1.53 


1.60 


1.30 


1.29 


1.20 


1.42 




1947-48 


1.17 


1-18 


.73 


.70 


.69 


.69 


.82 




1948-49 


1-37 


1.58 


3 14 


1.14 


3.32 


3,31 


2.24 




1949-50 


3ol0 


i.l4 


2,61 


2. 28 


2.59 


2. 80 


2.73 




1950-51 


2,33 


2,19 


2.04 


1.93 


1.69 


1,63 


2.01 




1951-52 


1.07 


.94 


.80 


1.06 


i.:.9 


1..85 


.97 




1952-53 


1.77 


1.57 


1.38 


1.51 


1.59 


2.52 


1-54 




1953-54 


1.09 


1,07 


lc52 


2.03 


2.20 


3.70 


1.57 




1954-55 


1.57 


1.61 


1,68 


1.56 


2.12 


2.76 


1.75 




1955-56 


1.86 


1,87 


1.84 


2.28 


2.77 


3.34 


2.08 




1956-57 


2.07 


1-90 


1.75 


1.37 


1.23 


2.02 


1.68 




1957-58 


2.45 


2.35 


3.84 


3,51 


4.45 


• -. 


2.96 




1958-59 2/ 


2.77 


2,96 


3.00 


3.36 


3.40 


3.29 


3.06 




1959-60 2/ 


2..1? 


2-01 


.1,78 


2.03 


3.09 


— 


2 04 




1960-61 T/ 


3.79 


2.96 


2.76 


3=12 


3.40 


4.50 


Unavailable 


SALES FOE 


















PEOCESsnrG 




















1944-45 


2.09 


2.34 


2.71 


2.83 


2,64 


— 


2.45 




1945-46 


1.89 


2.21 


2.59 


3.24 


3.23 


3.07 


2.76 




1946-47 


.25 


.41 


.88 


.86 


.78 


.49 


.67 




1947-48 


.81 


.61 


.33 


.32 


.19 


.21 


.41 




1948-49 


1.05 


1.5? 


2.05 


2-69 


3.02 


2,83 


2.06 




1949-50 


2o84 


3,04 


2.51 


2,34 


2.29 


2.25 


2.52 




1950-51 


1.86 


1.71 


1-91 


2.01 


1,61 


.46 


1.79 




1951-52 


.65 


-78 


.80 


.98 


1.12 


1,18 


90 




1952-53 


1.38 


1.40 


1.37 


1.43 


1.95 


2.16 


1.49 




1953-54 


.92 


.97 


1.27 


1.72 


1.82 


1.37 


1.39 




1954-55 


1.45 


1.64 


lr69 


1.68 


1,86 


1-86 


1.71 




1955-56 


1.97 


1.82 


1.82 


2.12 


2.17 


1.97 


2.02 




1956-57 


1.49 


1.62 


1,32 


1.26 


1.00 


1.27 


1,22 




1957-58 


2.53 


2.78 


3.38 


3.93 


4.13 


— 


3.23 




1958-59 2/ 


2.63 


2.88 


2,83 


3.43 


3,33 


3.03 


3,13 




1959-60 2/ 
1960-61 T/ 


1.93 


1.68 


1.83 


2,03 


2.50 


— 


2.08 




2.68 


2.73 


2.63 


3.03 


3.33 


3.33 


Unavailable 


1/ Preliminary 














2/ Revised. 



U. S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service 



- 20 - 

TTT.OmPA ~ FXJinVALENT "on TREE" PRT CSS. BY MONTHS 
PER BOX "- SEASONS 1944/45-1960/fi l- IMCLUSIVE 



C2lfiPEFHUIT - Seedy 



Si^LES 



SEASON 



SEPT. 



OCT. 



NOV. 



DEC. 



jm. 



FEB. 



ijm. 



APE. 



MAI 



f T 



JUKE JULY 



ir 



ALL METBDDS 



Season 
Average 



' 1944-45 
1945-46 


1.27 
1.31 


i:34 


1.63 
1.39 


1.64 
1.14 


1.81 
1.07 


1.95 

1.05 


1.99 
1.12 


2.02 
1.45 


1.91 
1.56 


1.59 


1.67 

1.23 

.62 

.20 


1946-47 
1947 -48 


1.09 
.88 


li;07 
.41 


.72 
.25 


.48 
.22 


.43 
.18 


.37 
.12 


.31 

.07 


.23 
.07 


.25 

.05 


.27 
.02 


1948-49 


.36 


.31 


.32 


.36 


.46 


.63 


.86 


1.31 


1.23 


1.17 


.50 


1949-50 


2.09 


1.51 


1.65 


1.84 


1.77 


1.74 


1.75 


1.28 


1.25 


1.37 


1.66 
.80 
.29 


1950-51 


.88 


.66 


.67 


.77 


1.04 


.91 


.76 


.48 


.41 


•?Q 


1951-52 


.89 


.46 


.45 


,39 


.24 


.18 


.09 


.11 


.12 


.19 


1952-53 


.72 


.37 


.48 


.54 


.47 


.47 


.47 


.49 


.70 


.68 


.49 


1953-54 


.52 


.38 


.36 


.28 


.19 


.11 


,13 


.18 


.12 


.41 


.25 


1954-55 


.53 


.44 


.44 


.38 


.35 


.25 


.28 


.28 


.32 


.42 


.38 


1955-56 


.65 


.23 


.33 


.31 


.26 


.20 


.22 


.46 


.55 


.61 


.30 


1956-57 


1.65 


.53 


.60 


.62 


.59 


.49 


.47 


.56 


.47 


.42 


.58 


1957-58 


.71 


.70 


.71 


.69 


.69 


.88 


1.28 


.90 


~ 


— 


.74 


1958-59 2/ 


1.39 


.99 


.93 


.85 


.75 


.70 


.59 


.81 


.87 


— 


.83 


1959-60" 1.53 


.81 


.66 


1.00 


.91 


1.04 


.95 


.77 


.78 


— 


-— 


Uha^ilJ- 


1960-61 1/ 


1.23 


.90 


1.04 


1.03 


.90 


.68 


.40 


.76 


.68 


— 


SALES FQH 
FKESE USE 














































■■■■■■ 1944-45 


1.30 


1.48 


1.65 


1.61 


1,83 


1.92 


2.02 


2. 06 
1.33 


2.06 


— 


1.58 


1945-46 


1.38 


lo36 


1,58 


1.31 


1.21 


1.23 


1.32 


1,64 


1.62 


1.38 


1946-47 


1.16 


1.18 


1.16 


.73 


.69 


.54 


.40 


.40 


.44 


.43 


.99 


1947-48 


1.08 


.61 


.33 


.31 


.25 


.20 


.14 


.14 


.17 


.17 


.41 


1948-49 


.43 


.45 


.35 


.47 


.52 


.79 


1.25 


1.80 


1.56 


1.56 


.67 


1949-50 


2.27 


1.53 


1.56 


1.74 


1.73 


1.70 


1.74 


1.56 


1.46 


le52 


1,72 


1950-51 


1.05 


.88 


.92 


.87 


1.04 


.98 


.94 


.78 


.65 


.45 


1.01 


1951-52 


1.18 


.74 


.70 


.63 


.43 


.38 


.30 


.38 


.44 


c52 


.54 


1952-53 


.90 


.62 


.66 


.71 


.53 


.61 


.66 


.69 


1.07 


.84 


.68 


1953-54 


.80 


.77 


.73 


.59 


.39 


.39 


.36 


.39 


.39 


1.16 


.57 


1954-55 


.71 


.72 


.66 


.61 


.56 


.46 


.54 


.55 


.67 


1.00 


.66 


1955-56 


.84 


.67 


.59 


.52 


.43 


.41 


.41 


.76 


.85 


1.16 


.58 


1956-57 


2.15 


.98 


.89 


.99 


.81 


.80 


.80 


.95 


.96 


1.16 


1.03 


1957-58 


.87 


.87 


1.00 


.87 


.83 


1,17 


1.65 


1.97 


». 


— . 


.98 


1958-59 2/ 


1.83 


1.51 


1.18 


.97 


.84 


.86 


.65 


.73 


.78 


— 


1.05 


1959-60 1.79 


1.02 


.92 


1.10 


1.07 


1.12 


1.15 


1.14 


1.27 


.. 


— 


U^M^ 


1960-61 i/ 


1.43 


1.29 


1.33 


1.41 


1.00 


.68 


.51 


.87 


.81 


— 


SALES FOE 
























PBDCESSING 
























1944-45 


1.12 


1.63 


1.63 


1.65 


1.81 


1.96 


1.98 


1.99 


1,71 


__ 


1.69 


1945-46 


1.08 


1.32 


1.32 


I.IQ 


I'Qf 


1.03 


1.10 


1.46 


1.55 


1.59 


1.19 


1946-47 


1.02 


1.04 


.60 


.42 




.32 


.30 


.21 


.16 


.17 


.49 


1947-48 


.31 


.31 


.24 


.21 


!l6 


.11 


.06 


.05 


__ 


._ 


.14 


1948-49 


.30 


.28 


.31 


.34 


.45 


.58 


.65 


.74 


.84 


.85 


.43 


1949-50 


1.06 


1.49 


1.70 


1.86 


1.79 


1.76 


1.75 


1,23 


1.23 


1.23 


1.64 


1950-51 


.57 


.60 


.60 


.75 


1.04 


,90 


.71 


.41 


.35 


.20 


.74 


1951-52 


.10 


.22 


.37 


.29 


.14 


.05 


-.05 


-.04 


.02 


.03 


,14 


1952-53 


-.05 


.21 


.42 


.50 


.45 


.43 


.37 


.28 


.46 


.40 


.42 


1953-54 


.18 


.25 


.23 


.20 


.12 


.03 


.06 


.13 


.07 


-.08 


.14 


1954-55 


.17 


.36 


.37 


.33 


.29 


.21 


.18 


.12 


.14 


.08 


.28 


1955-56 


-.05 


.05 


.24 


.27 


.22 


.15 


.12 


.30 


.50 


.50 


.21 


1956-57 


.10 


.35 


.52 


.55 


.55 


.45 


.42 


.46 


.37 


.26 


.47 


1957-58 


.57 


.66 


.65 


.66 


.67 


.81 


.84 


.61 






.68 


1958-59 2/ 


.48 


.83 


.88 


.83 


.73 


.68 


.58 


.83 


.is 


^^ 


.78 


1959-60 .23 


.18 


.63 


.98 


.88 


1.03 


.93 


.68 


.73 




a*^ 


Unavai 1 - 


1960-61 1/ 


.23 


.50 


.98 


.88 


.68 


.38 


.73 


.63 


"— 


"•" 


1/ Preliminary. 


















2/ Eevi 


sed. 



u. 



S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Beporting Service 



- 21 - 



FLORIDA - KQ UIV-flLEKm 't)IT THEg' PIRICES. BY WWES 
PER BOX - SEASOKS -1^44/45-1960/61. INCLUSI"VE 

GRAPEFKJIT- Seedless 



SiLES, 



SEASON 



SEPT. 



OCT. 



NOV. 



HEC. 



JSS. 



FEB. MAB. 



APE. 



MAT JUNE 



JULY 



Season 



$ $ 



$ $ 



$ 



ALL MJiTKODS 


























OF SALE 


























1944-45 




1.26 


1.82 


1.66 


1.65 


1.83 


1.95 


2.05 


2.05 


1.95 


— 


1.76 


1945-46 




1.30 


1.33 


1.50 


1.20 


1.11 


1.19 


1.31 


1.53 


1.60 


1.59 


1.33 


1946-47 




1.32 


1.11 


.92 


.53 


.53 


.41 


.44 


.36 


.40 


.36 


.64 


1947-48 




1.40 


.61 


.26 


.31 


.31 


.20 


.13 


.16 


.18 


.09 


.33 


1948-49 




.59 


.35 


.34 




.57 


,99 


1.62 


2.19 


1.41 


1.08 


.85 


1949-50 




2.64 


1.89 


1.85 


ll96 


1.93 


2.07 


2.09 


1.88 


1.42 


1.44 


1.94 


1950-51 




1.27 


1.11 


1.18 


1.10 


1.40 


1.20 


1.14 


.81 


.59 


.35 


1.09 


1951-52 




1.58 


1.04 


1.00 


.91 


.66 


.63 


.43 


.56 


.42 


.47 


.74 


1952-53 




1.37 


1.09 




1.04 


.91 


.87 


.84 


.96 


1.37 


1.23 


1.01 


1953-54 




.97 


.95 


'.92 


.70 


.56 


.63 


.59 


.59 


.42 


lo33 


.71 


1954-55 , 




1.21 


1.04 


.91 


.84 


.70 


.58 


.72 


.56 


.81 


1.24 


.81 


1955-56 2/ 




1.30 


.89 


.88 


.79 


.63 


.59 


.69 


.98 


.79 


1.13 


.80 


1956-57 




2.14 


1.24 


1.17 


1.13 


1.02 


.99 


.95 


.92 


.88 


1.11 


1.12 


1957-58 




1.14 


.97 


1.13 


1.05 


.89 


1.28 


1.79 


2.47 


• •• 


__ 


1.16 


1958-59 2/ 




2oia 


1.71 


1.44 


1.26 


1.10 


1.09 


87 


98 


1.20 


.94 


1.20 


1959-60 , 


2.22 


1.06 


1.01 


1.07 


1.08 


1.09 


1.17 


1.22 


1.49 


1.63 


-_ 


1.12 


1960-61 1/ 




1.46 


1.41 


1.37 


1.31 


1.00 


.79 


.64 


.81 


.71 


1.94 


^^ml- 


sai.es fob 


























FEESE USE 


























1944-45 




1.30 


1.60 


1.77 


1.66 


1.85 


1.95 


2.07 


2.07 


2.06 


__ 


1.83 


1945-46 




1.38 


1.41 


1.92 


1.53 


1.36 


1.55 


1.60 


1.65 


1.69 


1.69 


1.58 


1946-47 


2.18 


1.42 


1.40 


1.44 


.80 


.97 


.62 




.45 


.54 


.54 


.91 


1947-48 




1.50 


.75 


.33 


.50 


.51 


.38 


'24 


.35 


.37 


.37 


.59 


1948-49 


1.01 


.66 


.44 


.43 


.69 


.65 


1.15 


1.86 


2<.46 


1.92 


1.96 


1.09 


1949-50 




2.75 


2.03 


2.00 


2.10 


2.12 


2.24 


2.20 


2.07 


1.61 


1-52 


2.12 


1950-51 


2.68 


1.44 


1=22 


1.34 


1.25 


1.52 


1.35 


1.33 


1.05 


.81 


.63 


1.30 


1951-52 




1.80 


1.20 


1.15 


1.08 


.81 


»77 


.57 


.79 


.68 


.96 


.93 


1952-53 




1.59 


1.26 


1.42 


1.21 


1.11 




1.08 


1.15 


1.72 


1.32 


1>21 


1953-54 


2.40 


1.11 


1.15 


1.13 


.92 


.78 


.82 


.87 


.67 


1.66 


.95 


1954-55 


2.12 


1.32 


1.22 


1.07 


1.02 


.89 


.79 


.94 


.70 


1.10 


1.53 


1.02 


1955-56 2/ 




1.42 


1.07 


1.03 


.97 


.80 


.82 


.90 


1.31 


1.29 


1.60 


1.01 


1956-57 " 




2.47 


1.50 


1.39 


1.41 


1.26 


1.34 


1.23 


1.16 


1.19 


1.71 


1.42 


1957-58 




1.28 


1.15 


1.34 


1.39 


1.26 


1.58 


2.12 


3.25 






1.46 


1958-59 2/ 




2.39 


1.97 


1.62 


1.45 


1.29 


1.29 


1.05 


1.05 


1.38 


lai 


1.42 


1959-60 


2.42 


1.23 


1.18 


1.25 


1.22 


1.29 


1.34 


1.41 


1.90 


2.10 




Una^?. 


1960-61 1/ 




1.75 


1.71 


1.60 


1.49 


1.18 


1.01 


.79 


.98 


.89 


2.27 


SALES TOE 


























PEDCESSING 


























1944-45 




1.12 


1.63 


1.63 


1.65 


1.81 


1.96 


1.98 


1.99 


1.71 


_ 


1.69 


1945-46 




1.08 


1.28 


1.28 


1.06 


-98 


.96 


1.05 


1.43 




1.51 


1.14 


1946-47 


.82 


.82 


.71 


.41 


.29 


.22 


.26 


.29 


.21 


!l6 


.17 


.32 


1947-48 




.07 


.17 


.20 


.20 


.17 


.10 


.06 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.10 


1948-49 


.18 


.31 


.26 


.27 


.32 


.48 


.64 


.71 


.78 


.65 


.87 


.44 


1949-50 




1-06 


1.48 


1-69 


1.83 


1.76 


1.74 


1.71 


1.20 


1.23 


1.22 


1.62 


1950-51 


.42 


-57 


.60 


.60 


.72 


1.04 


.80 


.71 


.41 


.35 


.20 


.59 


1951-52 




.10 


.17 


.22 


.18 


.09 


.03 


-.06 


-.04 


.02 


.03 


.05 


1952-53 




-.05 


.07 


.37 


.48 


.43 


.42 


.34 


.28 


-46 


.40 


.36 


1953-54 


.10 


.12 


.11 


.13 


.09 


.02 


-.04 


.01 


.10 


.06 


-.10 


.05 


1954-55 


-.03 


.00 


.12 


.18 


.19 


.18 


.19 


.15 


.12 


.14 


.08 


.16 


1955-56 




-.05 


-.05 


.15 


.23 


.16 


.08 


.10 


.30 


.50 


.50 


.19 


1956-57 




.00 


.20 


.27 


.45 


.45 


.35 


.38 


.46 


.37 


.26 


.38 


1957-58 




.36 


.43 


.46 


.53 


.54 


.67 


.75 


.52 






.53 


1958-59 2/ 




.38 


.68 


.78 


.73 


.68 


.73 


.53 


.83 


.83 


.48 


.68 


1959-60 


.23 


.03 


.40 


.37 


.55 


.70 


.65 


.58 


.55 


.53 




'^^I 


1960-61 1/ 




•00 


.26 


.46 


.52 


.40 


.37 


.25 


.60 


.53 


.K 



1/ Erelimirary 2/ Revised. 

U. S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Beporting Service 



22 - 



FLORIDA .. EQUIViiL E HT "ON TREE" FEICES. BY M)MTHS 
PER BOX - SEiiSONS 194V/ 48-1960/ 61. IHCLUSITO 

TMGERINES 



SALES 



SEASON 



.NOV. 



DEC. 



JANo 



FEB . 



MAS. 



APE. 



Season 
Average 



ALL METtDDS 
















OF SALES 


















1947-48 


■ 1.88 


.79 


.52 


.52 


•>w 


_„ 




1948-49 


1.02 


1.16 


.94 


1.02 


2.99 


3.39 




1949-50 


2.62 


1.87 


1.11 


.90 


1.51 


— 




1950-51 


2.98 


2.55 


.81 


.58 


.50 


1.14 




1951-52 


2.84 


1.03 


.94 


.57 


3.70 


— 




1952-53 


3.24 


1.35 


.92 


.67 


1.66 


-_ 




1953-54 


2.28 


1.44 


.82 


2.07 


3.35 


— 




1954-55 


3.48 


1.40 


.92 


.70 


1.18 


— 




1955-56 


3.24 


2.10 


.84 


1.01 


.98 


1.67 




1956-57 


2.98 


1.57 


1.20 


1.09 


1.22 


_. 




1957-58 


2.83 


2.20 


2.06 


1.26 


— » 


_- 




1958-59 2/ 


2.80 


1.94 


.88 


.51 


— 


« 




1959-60 


2.48 


2.72 


3.10 


_. 


M_ 


••— 




1960-61 1/ 


3.87 


1.75 


.97 


.82 


— 


~ 


SALES FOE 
















FHESE USE 


















1947-48 


2.01 


.92 


,73 


.82 


__ 


__ 




1948-49 


1.30 


1.41 


1.24 


1.41 


3.10 


3.58 




1949-50 


2.81 


2.15 


1.52 


1.38 


2.17 






1950-51 


3.09 


2.81 


1.09 


.99 


1.40 


1.41 




1951-52 


3.01 


1.18 


1.14 


.81 


4.47 






1952-53 


3.45 


1.54 


1.28 


1.12 


3.80 


»•■ 




1953-54 


2.70 


1.87 


1.30 


3.08 


3.68 


3.33 




1954-55 


3.64 


1.65 


1.21 


1.21 


1.85 






1955-56 


3.55 


2.50 


1.09 


1.62 


1.69 


1.74 




1956-57 


3.38 


1.94 


1.67 


2.02 


2.85 






1957-58 


3,21 


2.65 


2.52 


2.11 




__ 




1958-59 2/ 


3.22 


2.39 


1.82 


1.25 










1959-60 ~ 


3.01 


3.34 


2.96 




__ 


__ 




1960-61 1/ 


4.63 


2.30 


1.41 


1.^ 


— 


— 


S.ALES FOB 
















PBOCESSING 


















1947-48 


.05 


-.05 


-.15 


-.10 








1948-49 


.Qa 


.15 


.25 


.24 


.05 


.30 




1949-50 


.05 


.35 


.46 


.46 


.61 






1950-51 


.05 


.05 


.01 


.21 


.21 


.30 




1951-52 


.04 


.03 


.03 


.03 


.03 


~ 




1952-53 


-.14 


-.13 


-.10 


.09 


.24 






1953-54 


.00 


-.06 


-.09 


.06 


.03 






1954-55 


-02 


.04 


.04 


.07 


.12 






1955-56 


.17 


.17 


.12 


.12 


.17 


.17 




1956-57 


.02 


.20 


.28 


.27 


.27 






1957-58 
1958-59 2/ 


.11 

.05 


cl2 
.35 


•07 
.30 


.07 
.25 




~ 




1959-60 "" 


-.15 


-.05 


.30 










1960-61 1/ 


-.45 


.10 


.30 


.15 


— 


— 



.80 
1.20 
1.45 
1.44 
1.31 
1.37 
1.60 
1.39 
1.77 
1.73 
2.40 
1.62 
2.59 
Unavailable 



.99 
1.51 
1.92 
1.99 
1.56 
1.76 
2.10 
1.78 
2.23 
2.31 
2.86 
2.42 
3.26 
Unavailable 



-.10 

.17 

.45 

.16 

.03 

—02 

-.05 

.06 

.15 

.22 

.10 

.30 

.00 

Uhavailaible 



i/ Preliminary. 



2^1 Revised. 



U. S. Department of Agriculture. Statistical Beporting Service 



23 - 









FLORIDA - 


"ON THEE" PRICES 


- PER BOX 














SEASONS. 1940/41-19a)/61 










ALL 


SOLD 1 


SOLD 


ALL 


SOLD 


SOLD 


ALL 


SOLD 


SOLD 


SKA.SON 


METHODS 


i'KESH 


PfiOCESS- 


MKIEODS 


FBESH 


PROCESS- 


LETEOES 


FRSSE 


PROCESS- 




SiiES 


USE 


nrc 


SALES 


USE 


ING 


SALES. 


USE 


ING 






All 




Early & Midseaaon 


Lat« 


3 (Valencia) 




R AH G E 


_s 


ORANGES 


ORANGE 


^ 


1940-41 


$ .79 


$ .82 


$ .60 


$ .64 


$ .67 


$ .39 


$ .98 


i 1.02 


$ .78 


1941-42 


1.10 


1.15 


.79 


.90 


.94 


.67 


1.35 


1,43 


.93 


1942-43 


1.74 


1.81 


1.40 


1.47 


1.55 


1.10 


2.02 


2.09 


1.72 


1943-44 


1.81 


1.87 


lc62 


1.61 


1.66 


1.42 


2.06 


2.17 


1.79 


1944-45 


2.21 


2,23 


2.18 


1.98 


2.06 


1.V6 


2-45 


2.45 


2.45 


1945-46 


2.37 


2.35 


2.41 


2.09 


2.14 


2.00 


2.67 


2.60 


2.76 


1946-47 


.95 


1.25 


.46 


.84 


1.14 


.25 


1.10 


1.42 


.67 


1947-48 


.63 


.76 


.52 


.66 


.71 


.62 


.60 


.82 


.41 


1948-49 


1.39 


1.47 


1.29 


.75 


.78 


.71 


2.16 


2.24 


2.06 


1949-50 


2.14 


2.19 


2.12 


1.80 


1.74 


1.84 


2.61 


2.73 


2.52 


1950-51 


1.65 


1.76 


1.57 


1.46 


1.58 


1.38 


1.87 


2.01 


1.79 


1951-52 


.80 


.86 


.76 


.70 


.78 


.65 


.93 


.97 


.90 


1952-53 


1.28 


1.31 


1.27 


1.12 


1.15 


1.11 


1.51 


1.54 


1.49 


1953-54 


1.26 


1.39 


1.20 


1.10 


1.23 


1.05 


1.45 


1.57 


1.39 


1954-55 


1.37 


1.42 


1.35 


1.12 


1.20 


1.09 


1.72 


1.75 


1.71 


1955-56 


1.85 


1.86 


1.85 


1.71 


1.70 


1.72 


2.04 


2.08 


2.02 


1956-57 


1.40 


1.69 


1.31 


1.45 


1.69 


1.37 


1.34 


1.68 


1.22 


1957-58 


2.14 


2.00 


2.18 


1,57 


1.52 


1.58 


3.17 


2.96 


3.23 


1958-59 2/ 


2.87 


2.78 


2.89 


2.66 


2.61 


2.67 


3.12 


3.06 


3.13 


1959-60 T/ 


1.96 


2.02 


1.94 


1.87 


2.00 


1,82 


2.07 


2.04 


2.08 


1960-61 2/ 




All 






Seedless 






Seedy 






G E 


APEFEUIT 


GR 


APEFEUI T 


GRAPEFRUIT 


1940-41 


$ .33 


$ .42 


$ .27 


$ .43 


$ .50 


a .27 


$ .29 


$ .32 


$ .27 


1941-42 


.63 


.73 


.54 


.73 


.80 


.54 


.56 


.63 


.54 


1942-43 


.92 


1.08 


.84 


1.04 


1.21 


.84 


.85 


.88 


.84 


1943-44 


1.31 


1.34 


1.30 


1.35 


1.39 


1.30 


1.28 


1.22 


1.30 


1944-45 


1.70 


1.72 


1.69 


1.76 


1.83 


1.69 


1.67 


1.58 


1.69 


1945-46 


1.27 


1.50 


1.17 


1-33 


1.58 


1.14 


1.23 


1.38 


1.19 


1946-47 


.63 


.94 


.43 


.64 


.91 


.32 


.62 


.99 


.49 


1947-48 


.26 


.52 


.13 


.33 


-59 


.10 


.20 


.41 


.14 


1948-49 


1 .67 


.95 


.43 


.85 


1.09 


.44 


.50 


.67 


.43 


1949-50 


1.79 


1.99 


1.63 


1.94 


2.12 


1.62 


1.66 


1.72 


1.64 


1950-51 


.94 


1.22 


.70 


1.09 


1.30 


.59 


.80 


1.01 


.74 


1951-52 


.52 


.81 


.12 


.74 


.93 


.05 


.29 


.54 


.14 


1952-53 


.76 


1.08 


.40 


1.01 


1.21 


.36 


.49 


.68 


.42 


1953-54 


.49 


.86 


.11 


.71 


.95 


.05 


.25 


.57 


.14 


1954-55 


.63 


.95 


.24 


.81 


1.02 


.16 


.38 


.66 


.28 


1955-56 


.57 


.92 


.20 


.80 


1.01 


.19 


.30 


.58 


.21 


1956-57 


.89 


1.36 


.44 


1.12 


1.42 


.38 


.58 


1.03 


.47 


1957-58 


.98 


1.37 


.63 


1.16 


1.46 


.53 


.74 


.98 


.68 


1958-59 2/ 


1.04 


1.36 


.75 


1.20 


1.42 


.68 


.83 


1.05 


.78 


1959-60 1/ 


1.05 


1.31 


.76 


1.12 


1.33 


.57 


.91 


1.10 


.88 


1960-61 3/ 




















2/ Eevise 


d. 


3/ Not 


available 


at time 


of sunmai 


y release. 




1/ Preliminary. 



U. S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service 



- 24 



Tm^n.n^, T^ATT. !, TRUCK - ^^^^^^'= - ^^ n- ==- ''■'''^^ttL^^.^l^' T'^'^^ '' 
TTRniJ SEPT. 1. 1?im THRU JULY 31. 1961 - BY STATES OF OBI GIN 

Carlots rail & boat - Ti^ck & boat converted to carlot equivalents on basis 500 boxes. 



Cities 



Rail 



FLA. 



Truck 



Albany, N-Y. 
Atlanta, Ga. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Boston, Mass. 
Buffalo, N.Y. 
Chicago, 111. 
Cincinnati, 0. 
Cleveland, 0- 
Columbia, S.C. 
Eallas, Tex. 
Denver , Colo . 
Detroit, Mich. 
Ft. Worth, Tex. 
Houston, Tex. # 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Los Angeles, Cal. 
Louisville, Ky. 
Memphis, Tenn. 
Miami, Fla. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 
Mnpls-St. Paul, Minn. 
Nashville, Tenn. 
New Orleans, La. 
Nar Yoik Ciiy -Newark 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Portland, Ore. 
Providence, E.I. 
St. Louis, Mo. j 
Salt Lake City, Utah 
San Antonio, Tex. 
San&andsx>Oakland I 
Seattle -TacoEca, Wadi. 
Washington, D.C. 
Wichita, Kans. 



2 

9 

368 

364 
40 
223 
183 
130 
37 



CAL U 
Eail 



Truck 



Bail 



256 



12 



30 

24 

I - 

I 8 

I - 

I 17 

I 5 

12043 

850 

216 

. 18 

I 17 

9 



36 
57 



124 

647 

342 

378 

405 

148 

756 

166 

404 

312 

24 

22 

268 

2 

18 

243 

86 

21 

259 

119 

466 

133 

50 

8 

209 

1191 

856 

277 

6 

106 

144 

10 

12 

6 

24 

355 

5 



184 

17 

189 

1 

1167 

240 

1050 

176 

470 

2 

10 

789 

4 

13 
162 

16 

28 

1 

6 

150 

204 

4 

1 

3118 

997 

701 

82 

66 

255 

7 

13 

1 

200 

87 

1 



10 
17 
15 
21 
2 

243 
13 



ARIZ. 



Truck 



26 
1 

90 
7 

41 



7 
192 

4141 - 
90 40 
54l 
126 
24 
243 
2S02 
9 
60 
34 
133 
174 
3 
60 



TEX. 



Eail 



Truck 



Eail 



36 
11 

305 



138 

267 

79 

1139 

321 

30 

119 



3 

1 



2 
5 



18 



15 

12 

2 

7 

19 

9 
149 



14 
20 
37 



22 



1 
16 

3 

44 
5 



37 

10 

1 



1 
10 

3 
2 

3 



21 

16 



MEX. 



Truck 



3 

3 

11 

1 

45 

17 

2 

ll 

3091 

1171 

82 1 
241 1 
8l 
921 
123 
5 
151 



20 
4 
1 

10 
6 

6 

9 



TOTAL 



23 

28 
14 
4 54 



23 



17 

32 

230 

59 

8 

60 



2 
2 



3 
2 
19 
3 
4 



Eail 






Truck 


189 


134 


26 


669 


559 


360 


1 


410 


1558 


408 


281 


148 


1404 


1082 


376 


200 


643 


407 


39 


320 


5 


550 


11 


571 


1097 


366 


4 


151 


16 


413 


179 


275 


20 


430 




3100 


58 


273 


47 


331 


.6 


500 


176 


295 


209 


258 


21 


98 


12 


325 


5175 


1191 


1867 


892 


958 


291 


101 


318 


83 


106 


315 


303 


7 


327 


13 


343 


1 


1251 


239 


362 


144 


385 


1 


189 



T5§?r 



TOTAL 



i95r 



8675 



10412 



7191 



"32r 



319 



136 



1749 



17 



98 



18032 



Montreal, Can. 
Ottawa, Can. 
Toronto , Can • 
Vancouver, Can. 
Winnipeg, Can. 



21 
2 

24 
6 



401 
19 1 



668 
181 



18 123 



2921 1032 
3l 151 



27 



■BT 



256 



1 

45 

300 

30 



2288 



3 

33 

3 

2 



13 

4 



-vr 



156 

12 

104 

7 

2 



35 



■ssr 



968 
198 
1206 
171 
260 



2803 



419 

20 

337 

303 

93 



TOTAL 



742 



394 



TBT 



35 



1172 



#-Addi t.ional_Eai2 Ifaloads - UNITED STiffES — None . 



C ANADA -- Montj^eal Ottawa 

Brazil 4 Israel 

Cuba 2 Janan 

Israel 130 

Jmen 9 

So . Africa 433 



T,oj:onto 
17 IsraeT 
7 Japan 

So. Africa 



64 



V^c^uver 

Formosa 
Israel 
Japan 
So. Africa 



3 

1 

553 

6 



Winnip^ 
I srael 5 

Japan 128 

So. Africa 9 



#-MditionaIjrruck_yhloads - UNITED STATES — Louisiana ; Houston 1, New Orleans 308. 

Cuba : New York City 1 • 
CANADA — Ottawa - So . Africa 5 ~ Toronto - So . Africa 294 , Japan 1 . 



25 - 



ITOLOADS. BAIL & THICK - (a^PEFHUIT - 41 U. S . CITIES & 5 CMADIM CITIES 
FIP;.: SEPT. 1. 196C TERU JULY 31. 1961 1' BY ST^ZS OF ORIGIH 

Carlots rail include boat - Truck i boat converted to car lot equivalents on basis 500 boxes 





FLA. 


CALIF 




ARIZ. 


TEX 


. 


MEX. 


TOTAL 


Cities 


Rail 




Pail 




Rail 




Rail 




Rail 




Rail 






Tr^jck 


Truck 1 


Truck 


Truck 


Truck] 




Truck 


Albany, N-Y. 


22 


171 


3 


1 


_ 


^ 


2 


_ 


_ 


^ 


27 


172 


Atlanta # 


1 


374 


1 


3 


8 


1 


. 


2 


_ 


— 


10 


380 


BaltiniDre, Md. # 


279 


236 


2 


1 


_ 


- 


9 


6 


- 


- 


290 


293 


Biiminghem, Ala- 


_ 


184 


1 


3 


- 


. 


— 


11 


- 


- 


1 


198 


Boston, Mass. # 


696 


299 


30 


. 


5 


«. 


1 


1 


» 


_ 


732 


300 


Buffalo, N.Y. 


43 


226 


7 


», 


18 


— 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


68 


226 


Chicago, 111- 


421 


648 


11 


6 


12 


1 


247 


172 


~ 


- 


691 


827 


Cincinnati , 0- 


137 


217 


14 


2 


4 


_ 


29 


61 


_ 


1 


184 


281 


Cleveland, 0. # 


202 


500 


9 


_ 


9 


_ 


24 


4 


_ 


— 


244 


504 


Columbia, S-C. f 


8 


121 


- 


2 


2 


•. 


. 


_ 


- 


_ 


10 


123 


Dallas, Tex. 


_ 


17 




24 


. 


5 


_ 


415 


- 


— 


- 


461 


Denver, Colo- 


- 


169 


- 


25 


. 


2 


5 


374 


_ 


_ 


5 


570 


Detroit 


478 


338 


9 


3 


12 


M 


122 


10 


_ 


- 


621 


351 


Ft. ')Torth, Tex. 


_ 


1 


— 


6 


. 


• 


m. 


94 


_ 


- 


- 


101 


Houston, Tex. 


_ 


- 


- 


6 


« 


2 


-, 


239 


- 


_ 


.. 


247 


Indianapolis, Ind. 


8 


272 


13 


3 


13 


- 


28 


60 


_ 


_ 


62 


335 


Kansas City, Mo. 


2 


149 


_ 


12 


_ 


7 


56 


164 


M 


_ 


58 


332 


Los Angeles, Cal. 


— 


198 


_ 


456 


- 


987 


. 


359 


_ 


- 


- 


20O2 


Louisville, Ky. 


6 


163 


1 


_ 


5 


_ 


_ 


53 


. 


_ 


12 


216 


Menyhis, Tenn. 




113 


1 


6 


- 


. 


13 


111 


- 


- 


14 


230 


Miami , Fla. 


I 


532 


1 


-. 


. 


— 


» 


- 


_ 


_ 


1 


532 


Milwaukee, Wis. 


63 


257 


— 


5 


_ 


- 


43 


34 


• 


» 


106 


296 


Mnpls-St. Paul, Minn. 


3 


244 


18 


3 


9 


- 


96 


239 


— 


_ 


126 


486 


Nashville, Tenn. 


9 


38 


_ 


1 


2 


— 


. 


10 


_ 


. 


11 


49 


New Orleans, La. jf' 


3 


138 


1 


- 7 


. 


. 


13 


32 


2 


1 


19 


178 


NewlfodiCity-Nevj-ark # 


2686 


1432 


61 


- 


4 


— 


1 


_ 


- 


— 


2752 


1432 


Philadelphia, Fa. # 


783 


623 


34 


2 


18 


- 


_ 


— 


_ 


- 


835 


625 


Pittsburgh, Pa. f 
H)rtland, Ore. 


384 


294 


11 


1 


9 


1 


4 


2 


. 




408 


298 


103 


17 


6- 


43 


19 


61 


18 


141 


- 


- 


146 


262 


Providence, E.I. 


16 


108 


2 


. 


« 


_ 


_ 


_ 


M 


. 


18 


108 


St. Louis, Mo- # 


25 


274 


5 ■ 


6 


1 


. 


118 


27 


M 


. 


149 


307 


Salt Lake City, Utah 


- 


134 


- 


23 


- 


34 


1 


236 


- 


. 


1 


427 


San Antonio, Tex. 


_ 


_ 


_ 


10 


* 


1 


_ 


177 


- 


_ 


_ 


188 


San Fr and. SCO -Oakland 


3 


129 


. 


178 


^ 


307 


_ 


172 


. 




3 


786 


Seattle -Tacoma, Wash. 


161 


20 


12 


49 


53 


30 


5 


145 


_ 


_ 


231 


244 


Washington, D-C # 


39 


398 


1 


4 


- 




- 


- 


- 


— 


40 


402 


Wichita, Kans. 


- 


16 


- 


12 


- 


- 


1 


233 


- 


- 


1 


261 


TOTAL 


6581 




254 




203 




836 




2 




7876 






9100 




905 




1439 




3584 




2 




15D30 


Montreal, Can. 4 


48 


962 


27 




42 




5 




16 




138 


962 


Ottawa, Can. # 


11 


120 


1 


1 


3 


_ 




» 




M 


15 


121 


Toronto, Ont. w 


92 


986 


35 


» 


24 


. 


_ 


. 


. 


_ 


151 


986 


Vancouver, B.C. ff 


179 


8 


6 


20 


3 


. 


6 


16 


1 


^ 


195 


44 


Winnipeg, Can. 


42 


134 


13 


1 


17 


- 


1 


47 


- 


- 


73 


182 


TOTAL 


372 


2210 


82 


22 


89 


- 


12 


63 


17 


- 


572 


2295 



#-Addi_tional_Rail. Unload^ - UIIITED^STiJ'ES — Kew_York _Ciiy , Central America 5. 
CM ADA — ^_nt_re_al- Central iimerica 16 — Vancower-T'Central jjmerica 1 . 

#-M^iU^naljrnick_Ifaloads- UHITED STATES — Cuba : Atlanta 1 - Baltincre 3 - Boston 1 - 'fetshington 
1- Cleveland_ 3 — New York City ^ — Philadelphia 6 — Pittsburgh a — St. Louis i. 
Columbia, S.C., Central ikoerica 1 New Orleans, La., Louisiana 5. 

CM^A— Ce ntral Ameri ca; 

Montreal" 7 — Ottawa 1 -- Toronto 47. 



- 26 - 

Tmrn^T^s, HAIL & THJCK - TAN&5HINES - 41 U. S. CITTKS * 5 CANADIM CITIES. 
mnu RKPT. 1. iPffH^r july 3v. i96i .. BY states of ORigm 



n«.rlots rail include boat - Truck & boat converted to caxlot equival 


ents on bag 


is 500 boxes 




FLA. 


..CALIF. 


" ARIZ. 

Bail ■ 

Truck 


TEX. 


MEK. 


TOTAL 


Cities 


Bail 

Truck 


-Bail 

Truck 


Truck 


Iteil 

Truck 


Bail 

Truck 


Albany, N.Y. 
Atlanta, Ga. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Boston, Mass- 
Buffalo, N.Y. 
Chicago, 111. 
Cincinnati, 0. 
Cleveland, 0- 
Columbia, S.C. 
Dallas, Tex. 
Denver, Colo. 
Detroit, Mich. 
Ft. V^orth, Tex. 
Houston, Tez. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
Kansas City, Mo- 
Los Angeles, Cal. 
Louisville, ^. 
Men^jhis, Tenn. 
Miami, Fla. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 
Mnpls-St. Paxil, Minn. 
Nashville, Tenn. 
New Orleans, La. f 
Ifew York City-Newark f 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Portland, Ore. 
Providence, E.I. 
St. Louis, Mo- 
Salt Lake City, Utah 
San Antonio, Tex. 
SanFrancisco-Oakland 
Seattle -Tacoma, Wash. 
V/ashington, D.C. 
Wichita, Kans. 


3 43 
84 

72 72 

74 

146 129 

12 64 

118 226 

33 55 

60 120 

64 

21 

57 

134 134 

6 

28 

4 67 
33 

9 
3 30 

3 41 
70 

10 65 

1 58 
20 

2 39 
512 239 
164 198 
124 105 

7 4 
14 60 

4 92 

3 
5 

11 2 
14 73 

14 


- 1 
1 

I 2 

I 334 
I 1 

- 1 
2 

I 1 

I 18 

- 10 

1 
59 
17 

I 2 


t t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 

1 1 1 0) 1 CO 1 J 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 W 1 1 1 t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I.I 1 1 1 


■ 

3 1 

I 2 

6 
1 

- 12 
I 1 

1 - 

- 9 
I 4 


I r 

i 23 
2 
1 

I 3 
3 

! t 

2 

- 1 

I 1 

1 - 

3 1 

- 20 
1 - 


3 43 
84 

72 72 

74 

146 129 

12 64 

124 2SD 

33 57 

60 121 

64 

26 

67 

141 138 

6 

44 

4 67 
33 

388 

3 30 

3 42 

70 

10 66 

1 59 
22 

2 39 
512 239 
164 199 
126 105 

7 22 

14 60 

7 93 

15 

35 

65 

12 19 

14 73 

20 


TOTAL 


1451 

2404 


449 


51 


^ 35 


" SI 


^^^ 3000 


Montreal, Can. 
Ottawa, Can. 
Toronto , Can . 
Vancouver, Can. 
Winnipeg, Can. 


8 65 

7 

23 119 

2 


- 


- 


- 


5 
21 - 


13 65 

7 

44 119 

- 2 


TOTAL 


'' 193 


- 


- 


- 


26 


'' 193 



#-Mdiiional Bail Unloads - UNITED STATES — None. 
" ' " CANADA —None. 

#-Mdiiional_Tru£k_Unl^ads- UNITED STATES *- New Orleans- Louisiana 23 — New York City- Cuba 1 

CAtJADA — NoneT '' ' ' 



EiCPLAHAIION- Where rail unloads show State of Origin* no shipments shown to cover - 

due probably to 'mixed' cars being reported as to predominating conmodity 






- 27 - 

UNLOADS. RAIL & TEJCK - MIXED CITRUS - 41 U. S . CITIES & 5 CMADIAN CITIES. 
FFOIvI SEPT . 1 . 1960 TEHJ JULY 31 . 1961 - BY STATES OF OHIGIH 

Carlots rail include boat - Truck & boat converted to carlot equivalents on basis 500 boxes 





FLA. 


CALIF. 


ARIZ. 
Truck 


TEX. 


MEX. 


TOTAL 


Cities 


Truck 


Truck 


Truck 


Truck 


Truck 


Albany, N.Y. 
Atlanta, Ga. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Boston, Mass. 
Buffalo, N.Y. 
Chicago, 111. 
Cincinnati, 0. 
Cleveland, 0. 
Columbia, S.C. 
Lallas, Tex. 
Denver, Colo. 
Detroit, Mich. 
Ft. Worth, Tex. 
Houston, Tex. 
Indianapolis-, Ind. 
Kansas City, Ivlo. 
Los Angeles, Cal. 
Louisville, Ey. 
Memphis, Terin. 
Miami, Fla. 
Milwajikee, Wis. 
Mnpls-St. Paul, Minn. 
Nashville, Tenn. 
New Orleans, La- # 
New York City-Newark 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Poxtland, Ore. 
Providence, E.I. 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Salt Lake City, Utah 
San Antonio, Jex. 
Sen liar.c i SCO -0 akland 
Seattle-Tacoma, Wash. 
Washington, D.C. 
Wichita, Kans. 


3 

3 . 
157 

197 

7 157 
46 

47 
2 

8 y. 

loi - 

8 I 
18 I 

'I ! 

4 7 

9 92 

988 - 

279 

181 

2 

5 

2 

I I 

2 
25 


10 

10 ■• - 

31 I 
19 • 
43 
14 

3 

1 

17 I 

1 ' 

4 

1 

6 I 
2 

6 

10 14 
4 
1 29 

i : 

10 

I : 

1 - 
26 


1 

i I 

2 

i- 

1 I 
1 

4 I 

I I 


i I 

41 I 
15 
2 

47 I 

3 '- 
5 
96 

1 I 
35 2 

11 1 
8 

8 
5 
4 

2 I 

357 I 

I I 


i 1 I.I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 CM 1 1 1 1 1 r.4 1 1 1 i 1 1 


14 

3 

173 

230 - 

28 157 

131 

76 

7 

9 

170 - 

4 Z 
17 
97 

25 Z 
48 7 

6 
25 22 
12 

10 129 

7 1 

1063 

309 

192 

4 

5 

374 

1 

3 Z 
51 


TOTAL 


2110 

261 


332 

44 


12 


638 

11 


3 


3095 

316 


Montreal, Can. 
OttasTa, Can. 
Toronto, Can. 
Vancouver, Can. 
Winnipeg, Can. 


3 4 

4 1 


3 I 

2 10 


1 t 1 1 t 

1 1 1 iH 1 


_ 

1 - 


I I 


l t 

8 11 


TOTAL 


' 5 


' 10 


1 


1 


- 


'' 15 



^-AddiJ^ional_Egi_l Unlo.ads 



UNITED STATES ~ None. 
tMADA — None. 



#-Addi^i£nal_Truck Unloads- UNITED STATES 
"" CANADA 



-- New Orleans- Louisiana 3. 

— None. 



28 



PTTFtTlS UTTLnABS 


- RAIL ONLY 


- MIS 


ChlLL 


ANEa 


s u. s 


, ClTiJtb - J 


31 axju. 


liO \JJ! 


WX^XU 


Ai.1 








Sf-JPT 


T iqfin THRTI.TTILY 31. 1961 












. Boat Converted to Carlot Equivalents - 






ORANGES 


GRAPEFRUIT 


TANGS. 
Fla. 


MIXED CITRUS 


Cities 


Ariz. 


Calif. 


Fla. 


Ifes 


Aria 


Cel. 


Fla. 1 Tex. 


Ariz^ 


Cal. 


Fla. 


Tex. 


Akron, 0. 
Altoona, Pa. 
Bridgeport, Conn. 


5 


12. 
28 
42 


15 

7 

23 


- 


2 " 19 -1 
- 11 
6 
12 
5 
1 - 2 - 
3 17 - 
1 

2 1 
. - - 1 


4 
2 


- 


1 
2 


14 
9 


- 


Charleston, S-C. 


— 


1 


— 


7 
2 










Charleston, W-Va. 
Charlotte, N.C. 


,_ 


12 

5 


14 
8 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Columbus, 0. 


9 


2 

153 


1 
19 


3 


11 


4 


3 


35 


- 


Davenport, la. •# 
Dayton, 0. 
Decatur, 111- 


- 


4 
5 
1 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Des Moines, la. 


- 


11 


- 


-1 

1 


_ - - 17 
3 


— 


"■ 


2 

1 


" 


~ 


Duluth, Minn. 


- 


15 


- 


-1 


1 

1 


•■ 


1 
2 




Evansville, Ind. 


_ 


- 


3 


-1 


_ - - 3 


■■ 




Flint, Mich. 


_ 


33 


10 


-1 


1 1 11 7 


■" 


■■ 


*■ 


Ft. Wayne, Ind. 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Hartford, Conn. 


7 
3 


18 
113 
161 


8 
11 
24 


- 
1 


_ - 13 - 

4 - 12 14 

2 68 - 


10 

3 

22 


- 


3 


8 

10 

3 


11 


Huntington, W.Va. 


- 


1 


7 


- 


_ - 3 - 


1 


~ 


^ 


~ 


Jackson, Miss. 


- 


- 


- 


1 


_ - - - 


— 


^ 


■* 


~ 


~ 


Jacksonville, Fla. 


_ 


2 


- 


- 


_ 3 - - 






" 


13 


"* 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


- 


2 


3 


- 


1 - 1 12 




~ 


1 


■■ 


Lexington, Ky. 


- 


- 


3 


- 




— 


" 




" 


Little Bock, Ark. 


1 


1 


- 


1 




-~ 




~ 




4 


Madison, Wis. 


2 


22 


- 


- 


- - 3 13 


2 


- 


- 


— 


New Haven, Conn. 


- 


26 


3 


- 


- - 12 - 


- 


- 


— 


T 


— 


Norfolk, Va. 


- 


15 


16 


- 


2 4 10 - 


- 


- 


— 


1 


* 


Oklahoma City, Okla. 


- 


3 


- 


- 




— 


— 


• 




"• 


Omflha, Neb. 


3 


10 


- 


- 




— 


— 


— 




^ 


Peoria, 111- If 


- 


17 


4 


- 


I I 2 2 


- 


— 


— 




— 


Phoenix, Ariz- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


_ _ - - 


- 


- 


1 




— 


Portland, Me. 


1 


32 


- 


- 


- _ - 3 


- 


1 


- 




- 


Ealeigh, N.C. 


- 


10 


10 


- 


2 - 3 - 


5 


- 


- 




— 


Richmond, Va. 


- 


16 


36 


- 


- - 7 - 


10 


- 


1 


3 


— 


Roanoke, Va. 


. 


4 


11 


- 


- - 4 - 


- 


- 


- 


1 


— 


Rochester, N.Y. 


2 


68 


16 


- 


1 28 - 


7 


- 


- 


2 


- 


Rockford, 111. 


- 


11 


- 


4 


- 1 1 25 


- 


- 


- 




- 


Scranton, Pa. 


3 


201 


17 


- 


13 9- 


7 


- 


- 




- 


Shreveport, La. 
Sioux City, la. 


2 


- 


- 


- 


_ - - - 


- 


- 


- 




- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- - - - 


- 


- 


2 




- 


Sio\ix Falls, S.D. 


1 - 


3 


- 


- 


_ _ _ - 


- 


- 


- 




- 


South Bend, Ind. 


I 


2 


•. 


- 


_ _ - - 


- 


- 


- 




- 


Spokane, Wash. 


1 2 


19 


2 


- 


2 5 20 - 


- 


- 


- 




- 


^ringfield, Mass. 


1 — 


61 


2 


- 


3 2- 


4 


- 


2 


6 


- 


Syracuse, N.Y. 


1 7 


132 


3 


1 


3 17 2 


3 


- 


7 


2 


» 1 


Toledo, 0. 


- 


55 


22 


- 


1 1 38 11 


3 


- 


1 


1 


- 


Topeka, Kans. 


- 


1 


- 


1 


15 


- 


- 


- 




1 


Wheeling, W.Va. 


- 


11 


- 


- 


- 2 - - 


- 


- 


- 




1 


Wilkes Bar re. Pa. 


9 


30 


3 


- 


- 1 2 - 


— 


— 


m 




- 


Youngstown, 0. 


2 


49 


26 


^ 


4 3 28 - 


*" 


■* 


' 






TOTALS 


58 


1421 


329 


12 


24 34 359 129 


105 


5 


21 


' 11] 


. 18 


•#-Incl 


ades 


Moline, 


111., 


& Rock Island, 111. 












#-Addiii^nal_Raii Unl 


oadjs 


- Peoria. Ill 


.• -- 


TanaerineE 


. — Mexico 


2 car 


s. 









- 29 . 

TTEIGETED AV FJj^E . .aUCTIOH ruICES - FLOBIBA ORiHGES 
1 960-61 "SEASDII ' 



TOTALS 



528 6.44 



665 7 .04 



445 3.70 



249 5.93 



176 6.79 







HEW 


YORK C 


I T Y 






PHI 


LADS 


L P E 


I A 












. 


Temples 








. 


Teajples 


Week 


Interior 


Indian 
Eiver 


4/5 


Bu. 


Interior 


Indian 
Eiver 


4/5 Bu. 


Ending 


Boxes 


Boxes 


Boxes 


Boxes 


Boxes 


. . Boxes 




Cars] 


Avg. 


Caxs| Avg. 


Caxsj Avg. 


Cars| Avg. 


Caxs| Avg. 


Cars Avg. 


1960 


$ 




$ 




$ 




$ 




$ 




5 




Sept. 9 
16 
23 


7 


6.34 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


•• 


- 


•• 


- 


- 


5 


4.76 


^^ 


^ 


„ 


^ 


^ 


'••""■ 


•• 


^ - 


^^ 


^, 


30 


5 


7.58 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Oct. 7 


— 


_ 


— 


— 


.. 


— 


• 


_ 


_ 


» 


» 


— 


14 


1 


8.74 


•. 


. 


.. 


M 


.. 


_ 


.. 


•« 


M 


M 


21 


•. 


. 


_ 


. 


_ 


. 


2 


8.06 


.. 


w 


_ 


« 


28 


7 


6.69 


_ 


_ 


. 


_ 


7 


6.71 


.. 


^ 


M 


M 


Nov. 4 


11 


7.53 


2 


7.30 


- 


. 


7 


6.68 


. 


• 


_ 


« 


11 


17 


8.11 


1 


8.40 


., 


_ 


8 


7.30 


M 


«. 


.. 


M 


18 


34 


6.46 


6 


7.29 


_ 


_ 


14 


5.79 


1 


7.10 


. 


^ 


25 


22 


5.99 


11 


6.90 


» 


_ 


14 


5.54 


1 


6.54 


_ 


» 


Dec. 2 


21 


6.11 


14 


7.78 


1 


4.45 


9 


5.38 


3 


7.43 


2 


4.07 


9 


7 


7.06 


20 


8-03 


10 


4.55 


11 


5-83 


4 


7.66 


3 


2.78 


16 


4 


5.59 


24 


6.99 


9 


4.18 


5 


5.55 


5 


6.95 


4 


3.36 


23 


6 


6.57 


29 


6.99 


19 


4o24 


6 


6.05 


6 


7.20 


3 


3.82 


30 


6 


6.14 


29 


6.39 


13 


4,20 


6 


6.27 


6 


6.83 


3 


3.37 


1961 


























Jan. 6 


11 


5.58 


20 


6.93 


19 


3.14 


6 


4,81 


8 


5.75 


7 


3.25 


13 


11 


6.12 


21 


7.01 


32 


3,04 


5 


5.34 


6 


6.35 


10 


2.74 


20 


7 


6.21 


16 


7.15 


15 


3.75 


2 


4.51 


3 


7.11 


4 


3.54 


27 


9 


5.89 


17 


7.00 


14 


3.85 


5 


5.80 


7 


7.08 


6 


3.48 


Jeb. 3 


12 


6.36 


14 


7.36 


33 


3.12 


5 


5.91 


3 


6.63 


13 


3.16 


10 


6 


7.99 


15 


8.60 


15 


3.80 


5 


6.76 


5 


7.16 


8 


3.24 


17 


9 


7.99 


13 


8.29 


25 


3.81 


10 


6.80 


2 


7.65 


6 


3.39 


24 


22 


6.30 


14 


7.81 


47 


2.89 


9 


6.06 


4 


7.08 


17 


2.73 


Max. 3 


18 


5.37 


21 


6.91 


40 


2.45 


8 


6.13 


2 


6.40 


15 


2.34 


10 


15 


6.53 


17 


7.18 


23 


4.53 


9 


6.05 


5 


6.72 


9 


3.64 


17 


19 


6.37 


20 


7.20 


33 


4.68 


3 


5.79 


4 


6.96 


10 


4.60 


24 


9 


7.17 


24 


7.27 


27 


4.72 


9 


5.81 


4 


7.11 


8 


4.93 


31 


26 


5.62 


28 


5.91 


20 


4.60 


9 


5.40 


8 


6.76 


6 


4.07 


.for. 7 


20 


5.28 


32 


5.30 


17 


4.32 


5 


5.10 


12 


5.75 


2 


4.12 


14 


9 


5.82 


31 


5.71 


16 


3.72 


2 


5.44 


10 


6.07 


3 


3.10 


21 


7 


6.15 


23 


6.36 


9 


3.18 


3 


5.11 


8 


6.08 


1 


2-95 


28 


10 


6.63 


19 


7.11 


5 


3.55 


3 


5.94 


8 


6.68 


2 


3.06 


May 5 


15 


6.39 


23 


6.61 


1 


3.11 


4 


5.92 


6 


7.41 


M 


.. 


12 


12 


6.20 


16 


6.92 


2 


3.59 


5 


5.84 


7 


6.86 


. 


3.23 


19 


15 


6.54 


20 


6.82 


. 


. 


6 


5.87 


7 


6.52 


. 


» 


26 


15 


6.36 


23 


6.68 


„ 


^ 


7 


5.69 


6 


6.46 


. 


M 


Jvme 2 


9 


6.88 


13 


7.51 


— 


.. 


5 


6.02 


3 


7.28 


- 


. 


9 


15 


7.02 


14 


7.63 


. 


_ 


9 


6.42 


2 


8.27 


. 


M 


16 


22 


5.80 


13 


6.70 


M. 


_ 


12 


5.44 


4 


7.00 


.. 


„ 


23 


16 


6.17 


14 


7.14 


.» 


_ 


6 


5.58 


3 


6.80 


„ 


^ 


30 


15 


6.87 


16 


7.52 


- 


_ 


6 


6.14 


6 


6.84 


^ 


« 


July 7 


8 


7.74 


8 


8-81 


» 


_ 


2 


7.47 


3 


8.58 


. 


•• 


14 


8 


8.52 


6 


10.02 


_ 


.. 




^ 


1 


8.62 


^ 


«, 


21 


3 


8.88 


8 


9.71 


.. 


_ 


^ 


^ 


2 


9-72 


„ 


„ 


28 


2 


9.08 


10 


10.21 


•* 


"• 


•■ 


•• 


1 


9.54 


•• 


"• 



142 3.36 



Total Sales, Fla. Oranges, 

excluding Tenples 1,193 cars Avg. $6.77 



Total Sales, Fla. Oranges, exclud- 
ing Temples 425 cars Avg. $6.29 



I^ade available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market ITews Service 



- 30 - 

WEIGHTED AVERAC-a AUCTION P RICES - FLQRIM 0RM&E5 
1960-61 SEASON 







I 


J S 


T 


N 






P ] 


[TTSBUEGH 




Week 
Ending 


Interior 


Indian 
Eiver 


Temples 
4/5 Bu. 


Inte 


rior 


Indiai 
Eiver 


Temples 
4/5 Bu. 


Boxes 


Boxes 


Boxes 


Boxes 


Boxes 


Boxes 


Cars 


Avg. 


Carsl 


Avg. 


Cars 


Avg, 


Cars 


Avg. 


Cars] 


■Avg. 


Cars 


Avg. 


1960 


$ 




i 




$ 


i 




$ 




$ 




Sept. 9 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


16 


M 


- 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


•• 


* 


• 


^ 


"^ 


23 


_ 


.. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


• 


•" 


" 


30 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


" 


•• 


" 


•" 


Oct. 7 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


" 


■" 


" 


.■ 


14 


. 


- 


— 


- 


— 


- 


— 


— 


" 


" 


■■ 


"• 


21 


1 


6-86 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


— 


~ 


28 


1 


6.00 


* 


i_ 


-. 


- 


- 


— 


- 


- 


" 


". 


Nov. 4 






— 


» 


- 


_ 


2 


6.67 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11 


_ 


_ 


^, 


^ 


_ 


. 


2 


7.41 


— 


— 


— 


- 


18 


_ 


. 


2 


7.79 


. 


•• 


4 


6.39 


- 


- 


- 


- 


25 


_ 


» 


3 


6.45 


- 


« 


6 


5.27 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Lee. 2 




^^ 


3 


6.66 


_ 


» 


3 


5.39 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9 


^^ 


.. 


5 


6.57 


M 


. 


4 


5.54 


- 


- 


1 


2.63 


16 


_ 


^ 


7 


6.18 


1 


4.02 


6 


5.51 


- 


- 


1 


3.61 


23 




^ 


5 


5.58 


^ 


_ 


4 


5.32 


- 


— 


1 


4.37 


30 


1 


4.88 


5 


6.58 


. 


_ 


3 


6.71 


- 


- 


1 


3.36 


1961 


























Jan. 6 


^ 


. 


4 


6.58 


mm 


_ 


2 


6.53 


- 


- 


2 


2.46 


13 


_ 


^ 


8 


6.45 


M 


3.45 


4 


5.68 


2 


6.21 


2 


2.75 


20 


1 


6.00 


7 


6.45 


3 


3.46 


6 


5.17 


- 


- 


- 


2.66 


27 






4 


7.87 


^ 


3.37 


2 


5.18 


- 


_ 


3 


3.25 


Feb. 3 


1 


6.15 


7 


7.03 


4 


3.23 


3 


5.98 


— 


5.74 


3 


3.41 


10 






4 


7.60 


1 


3.34 


3 


6.37 


.. 


6.76 


3 


3.45 


17 


„ 


^ 


5 


7.74 


■- 


3.97 


3 


7.18 


_ 


— 


4 


3.17 


24 


1 


6.18 


3 


7.93 


2 


3.30 


7 


6.27 


. 


- 


3 


3.32 


Mar. 3 


5 


5.95 


3 


7.64 


3 


2.40 


5 


5.25 


- 


- 


7 


3.07 


10 


4 


5.57 


3 


6.57 


1 


3.32 


4 


5.91 


- 


- 


1 


4.27 


17 


^ 




5 


7.72 


_ 


^ 


6 


5.88 


- 


» 


2 


4.06 


24 


« 


. 


12 


6.79 


» 


» 


5 


6.25 


_ 


- 


1 


4.63 


31 


. 


« 


7 


6.21 


_ 


. 


3 


6.28 


- 


- 


1 


4.84 


ibr. 7 


. 


. 


8 


6.03 


. 


5.09 


6 


5.40 


1 


5.28 


- 


3.74 


14 


1 


5.84 


9 


6.12 


V 


2.82 


5 


5.59 


1 


5.64 


— 


2.92 


21 


1 


5.56 


7 


5.98 


- 


_ 


4 


5.58 


_ 


5.46 


_ 


_ 


28 


^ 


. 


5 


6.52 


. 


« 


6 


5.33 


1 


5.96 


1 


3.57 


May 5 


. 


_ 


7 


6.73 


M 


_ 


4 


6.12 


— 


6.40 


- 


- 


12 


« 


_ 


9 


6.33 


. 


2.94 


4 


6.39 


2 


6.64 


. 


— 


19 


. 


— 


6 


6.35 


. 


. 


4 


6.59 


1 


6.42 


. 


_ 


26 


_ 


_ 


4 


6.96 


. 


« 


6 


6.28 


1 


5.50 


M 


_ 


June 2 


— 


_ 


4 


7.13 


. 


V 


2 


6.45 


. 


— 


. 


— 


9 


. 


. 


4 


8.21 


_ 


«. 


2 


7.46 


— 


. 


mm 


M 


16 


1 


6.12 


2 


7.39 


» 


•• 


6 


5.58 


« 


4.86 


» 


_ 


23 


- 


— 


3 


6.53 


» 


• 


3 


6.61 


• 


• 


- 


_ 


30 


_ 


5.88 


1 


7.98 


« 


— 


4 


5.59 


» 


«. 


•• 


.. 


July 7 


- 


- 


2 


8.30 


- 


. 


1 


6.50 


_ 


. 


» 


_ 


14 


- 


7.52 


1 


9.30 


M 


« 


. 


8.09 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


21 


_ 


_ 


1 


9.14 


» 


« 


1 


8.36 


_ 


_ 


mm 


« 


28 


^ 


^ 


" 


"" 


«• 


■" 


1 


8.22 


■" 


mm 


•■ 


•" 


TOTALS 


18 


5.85 


175 


6.75 


15 


3.19 


146 


5.95 


9 


6.06 


37 


3.36 


Total 


Sales, Fla. Oranges, 








Total Sales, 


Fla. Oranges, 


exclud- 




exclud 


Lng Temples 


- - 


193 cars Avg. 


$6.67 


ing Temples - 


- - 1 


55 cars Avg. $5.96 



Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service 



31 - 



WEIGHTED AVERAGE AIJCTIOH PRICES - FLORIDA ORANGES 















1960-61 SEASOr 








• 






C L E V E 


LAND 






C E 


I C 


AGO 






ST. LOU 


I S 








Temples 






Temp 


les 


1 






Week 


Interior 


4/5] 


Bu 




Interior 


4/5 Bu 




Interior 


Ending 


Boxes 


Boxes 
Cars] Avg. 


Boxes 


Boxes 




Boxes 




Cars] 


Avg. 


Cars| 


Avg. 


Cars 


Avg. 


Cars 


Avg. 


1961 


$ 




$ 






$ 




$ 






$ 




Sept. 9 


- 


- 


— 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




.. 


mm 


_ 


16 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


23 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


30 


_ 


- 


_ 




_ 


. 


_ 


. 




„ 


_ 


„ 


Oct. 7 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 




— 


_ 


- 


14 
21 
28 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


^^ 


^, 


^ 




^ 


1 


7.20 


I 




z 


z 


z 


Nov. 4 


_ 


— 


_ 




_ 


2 


6.39 


« 




_ 


., 


_ 


11 


_ 


_ 


. 




_ 


1 


6.76 


M 




_ 


. 


„ 


18 


_ 


* 


. 




_ 


3 


5.00 


_ 




^ 


^ 


_ 


25 


3 


5.80 


_ 




w 


2 


5.57 


^ 




_ 


mm 


«, 


Dec. 2 


3 


4.93 


• 




. 


7 


5.11 


. 




M 


2 


6.01 


9 


- 


— 


- 




- 


4 


6.06 


1 


3.96 


1 


5.68 


16 


5 


5.21 


— 




_ 


7 


5.17 


_ 


3 


.84 


V 


M 


23 


1 


5.76 


1 


2. 


76 


4 


6.40 


2 


4 


.21 


1 


6.18 


30 


1 


6.10 


. 




M 


2 


7.13 


1 


4 


51 


1 


6.46 


1961 


























Jan. 6 


» 


_ 


2 


2. 


91 


3 


5c57 


7 


3 


68 


. 


^ 


13 


2 


5.52 


2 


3. 


30 


8 


5.75 


6 


3 


16 


_ 


— 


20 


3 


5.75 


• 




— 


5 


5.57 


3 


3 


26 


2 


5.21 


27 


3 


5.69 


— 




— 


4 


5.60 


6 


3 


53 


1 


5.02 


Feb. 3 


2 


5.60 


_ 




_ 


6 


5.39 


6 


3 


29 


M 


M 


10 


1 


6.06 


_ 




_ 


4 


6.11 


8 


3 


53 


„ 


. 


17 


1 


6.44 


1 


3. 


62 


3 


6.78 


8 


3. 


40 


^ 


_ 


24 


5 


5.62 


_ 




_ 


5 


5.57 


6 


3 


18 


„ 


^ 


Mar. 3 


4 


5.72 


2 


2. 


65 


6 


4.83 


8 


2 


54 


•* 


M 


10 


3 


5.44 


— 




- 


5 


5.78 


5 


3. 


66 


H 


« 


17 


3 


6.21 


_ 




_ 


5 


5.60 


4 


4.00 


«a 


^ 


24 


3 


6.52 


_ 




— 


5 


5.71 


1 


4 


53 


_ 


^ 


31 


2 


5.58 


_ 




— 


6 


5.54 


. 


3.40 


^ 


M 


Apr. 7 


3 


3.63 


» 




.. 


7 


5.46 


^ 


3. 


35 


^ 


^ 


14 


1 


6.04 


_ 




_ 


5 


5.53 


. 






.. 


^ 


21 


3 


5.62 


_ 




- 


6 


5.62 


_ 




« 


« 


^ 


28 


1 


6.02 


_ 




_ 


6 


5.56 


. 




» 


^ 


^ 


May 5 


3 


5.78 


— 




- 


4 


6.28 


mm 




. 


M 


. 


12 


3 


5.94 


— 




_ 


4 


6.12 


M 




. 


» 


^ 


19 




- 


_ 




_ 


3 


6.45 


_ 




•■ 


^ 


_ 


26 


3 


6.10 


.. 




„ 


2 


6.46 


^ 




. 


^ 


^ 


June 2 


_ 


_ 


. 




— 


3 


6.74 


_ 




. 


^ 


^ 


9 


2 


5.32 


_ 




_ 


6 


5.97 


^ 




V 


^ 


^ 


16 


1 


5.40 


- 




_ 


2 


7.03 


_ 




. 


. 


_ 


23 


1 


6.00 


. 




«. 


4 


6.24 


. 




. 


^ 


^ 


30 


2 


6.62 


_ 




.. 


3 


6.22 


. 




. 


. 


M 


July 7 


. 


- 


- 




_ 


1 


5.76 


„ 




. 


^ 


. 


14 




- 


- 




- 


- 


5.66 


- 




- 


* 


* 


21 




- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


. 


28 




' 






' 


^ 


^ 


" 




" 


^ 


■■ 


TOTALS 


68 


5.66 


8 


3.01 


154 


5.77 


72 


3. 


42 


8 


5.72 








Total 


Sales, 


Fla. Orange 


s, excluding Temp] 


es, 








68 cars Avg. 


$5.66 






154 cars 


Avg. 


$5.77 




1 


8 cars Avg. $5.72 


Note- Ir 


I addition 


. CHICAGO. Week 


ending 


Jan. 13. 1961 - Indian River. 


few 


boxes Avg. $5.66. 



Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service 



Z2 



WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES - FLOBIPA ORflNGES 
1963-61 SEAgOH 



Week 
Ending 



I960 

Sept. 9 
16 
23 
30 

Oct. 7 
14 
21 
28 

Nov. 4 
11 
18 
25 

Dec. 2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

1961 

Jan. 6 
13 
20 
27 

Feb. 3 
10 
17 
24 

Mar. 3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

Apr. 7 
14 
21 
28 

May 5 
12 
19 
26 

June 2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

July 7 
14 
21 
28 



DETROIT 



TOTALS 



Interior 

Bo3:es 
Cars] Avg. 



T 



Indian 
River 
Boxes 

Caxs| Avg. 



Temples 

4/5 Bu. 

Boxes 

Cars I Avg. 

5 



» 


7.26 


« 


6.61 


2 


6.71 


1 


5.52 


4 


5.37 


3 


5.97 


3 


5.56 


4 


5.98 


2 


6.27 


1 


5.68 


3 


5.67 


4 


5.61 


2 


5.42 


2 


5.68 


1 


5.84 


1 


7.54 


6 


6.07 


3 


4.44 


3 


6.05 


4 


6.42 


3 


6.36 


4 


6.12 


4 


5.35 


5 


5.45 


4 


4.74 


3 


6.09 


5 


5.92 


3 


6.55 


2 


6.20 


1 


7.08 


2 


6.78 


1 


7.66 


4 


6.28 


3 


5.32 


1 


5.64 



94 5.87 



- 5.28 



- 5.42 



- 5.35 



_ 


2.44 


1 


4.03 


^ 


4.26 


1 


4.25 


2 


3.51 


1 


3.11 


1 


3.66 


3 


3.44 


3 


3.06 


« 


3.67 


1 


3.88 


3 


3.23 


3 


2.53 


_ 


4.98 


2 


3.51 


- 


3.77 


„ 


2.87 


_ 


3.20 



TOTAL ALL CITIES 



21 3.32 



Total Sales, Fla. Oranges, 
exclioding Ten^les 



94 cars Avg. $5.87 



Interior 

Boxes 



Cars Avg . 



1 

7 6.34 



5 
5 

1 
3 

16 
22 
28 
57 
48 
49 
30 
3D 
26 
22 

23 
33 
30 

26 
31 
20 
27 
55 
49 
43 
40 
34 
50 
45 
28 
28 
29 
35 
31 
30 
34 
21 
35 
48 
33 
31 
12 
8 
4 
3 



4.76 
7.58 

8.74 
7.66 
6.69 
7.08 
7.78 
6.22 
5.73 
5.66 
6.12 
5.40 
6.09 
6.34 

5.47 
5.78 
5.58 
5.68 
5.96 
6.86 
7.25 
6.10 
5.45 
6.08 
6.15 
6.33 
5.65 
5.20 
5.64 
5.57 
5.99 
6.17 
6.16 
6.38 
6.21 
6.60 
6.63 
5.77 
6.03 
6.44 
7.43 
8.52 
8.75 
8.79 



Indian 
River 

Boxes 

Cars] Avg. 
1 



2 

1 

9 

15 

20 
29 
36 
40 
40 

32 
37 
26 
28 
24 
24 
20 
21 
26 
25 
29 
40 
43 
53 
51 
38 
33 
36 
34 
34 
34 
20 
20 
19 
20 
23 
13 
8 
11 
11 



7.30 

8.40 
7.38 
6.49 
7.56 
7.73 
6.83 
6.85 
6.48 

6.59 
6. 74 
6.96 
7.14 
7.17 
8.14 
8.09 
7.69 
6.96 
7.01 
7.25 
7.11 
6.12 
5.51 
5.85 
6.23 
6.88 
6.76 
6.73 
6.66 
6.64 
7.40 
7.81 
6.84 
6.99 
7.37 
8.68 
9.76 
9.66 
10.15 



Temples 

4/5 Bu. 
Boxes 



Cars Avg. 



3 

15 
16 
26 
19 

39 
53 
26 
32 
62 
35 
45 
78 
78 
39 
51 
37 
27 
19 
19 
10 
8 
1 
2 



4.19 
4.03 
3.92 

4.14 
4.04 

3.23 
3.00 
3.62 
3.63 
3.16 
3.57 
3.62 
2.92 
2.50 
4.17 
4.58 
4.76 
4.49 
4.30 
3.62 
3.16 
3.43 
3.11 
3.59 



1,265 6.10 1,025 6.94 740 3.56 



Note- 



lOTAL SALES, Fla. Oranges, exclud- 

ing Temples 2,290 cars Avg. $6.48 



Cincinnati not included - no auction sales during 1960-61 season. 

Hade available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service 



- 33 - 

WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION TRIC IS - FLORIDA GRAPEFHJIT 
1960-61 SEASON 



NEW YORK CITY 



WHITE 



SEED 



Interior 
CarsJAvg. 



ndian 
ver 

CaTs|Avg. 



SEEDLESS 



Interior 
Cars|A7g. 



Indian 
^i^gr 

CaxslAvg. 



PINK 



SEED 



Interior 

Caa-slAr;?. 



T 



Indian 

CarJAvg. 



SEEDLESS 



Interior 

CarsJAvg. 



r 



Indian 

£i2gS 

CarslAp-g- 



T 



1 7 


.48 


1 5.26 


2 3 


.83 


5 3 


.55 


1 3 


.86 


3 4 


.28 


1 4 


.94 


2 3 


.97 


1 3 


.16 


1 2 


,80 


1 2.30 



1 4.58 



1 3.88 



1 2.14 



5.14 



T 



T 



4 9.17 


— „ 


9 7.22 


8 9.72 


17 5.50 


10 7.79 


14 3.84 


17 6.68 


4 5.28 


19 6.28 


5 5.41 


14 6.51 


5 5.70 


29 6.06 


2 4.40 


30 4.63 


_ 


33 4.80 


3 3.76 


28 5.54 


_ _ 


24 5.82 


_ _ 


37 5.65 


- 


37 4.33 


^ ^ 


17 5.65 


2 4.68 


23 5.48 


- 5.70 


15 6.53 


2 4.33 


25 5.97 


4 3.92 


31 5.04 


2 3.63 


34 4.94 


_ 


40 4.16 


2 3.08 


38 4.09 


2 2.38 


39 3.94 


1 3.72 


28 4.55 


2 2.86 


44 4.19 


_ _ 


49 4.20 


2 2.91 


47 3,88 


•• •> 


40 3.90 


1 4.30 


30 4.36 


10 3.36 


33 4.55 


4 3.45 


37 4.30 


4 3.32 


41 3.96 


3 3.35 


33 4.20 


4 3.45 


36 4.37 


8 3.63 


34 4.17 


4 4.07 


32 3.73 


6 4.33 


23 4.77 


11 3.63 


29 3.82 


8 4.22 


25 3.96 


13 3.78 


17 3.85 


K) 4.62 


15 4.93 


7 6.14 


18 6.37 


6 5.25 


19 5.14 


2 5.11 


13 4.86 



2 1058 
15 6.98 
6 5.32 
8 3.61 
4 4.35 

4 4.35 

5 3.80 
2 3.30 
1 3.10 



1 3.40 



2 3.34 



1 2.70 



3.27 

3.20 
3.16 
3.22 
2.24 
3.03 
3.05 
2.66 



1 2.80 

2 3.00 
2 3.14 
1 2.18 



1 5.36 
1 2.74 



T 



2 

1 
9 



14 
23 
18 



9.52 
8.28 
6.19 

14 5.39 
16 5.25 

5.24 
5.14 
4.56 
25 4.20 

20 4.31 
16 4.45 
30 4.39 
18 3.89 

13 4.66 
18 4.69 
16 5.31 

16 4.60 

21 4.43 
32 3.92 

22 3.55 
18 3.79 

3.66 
3.73 
3.47 
3.84 

23 3.31 

25 3.32 

26 3.67 
18 3.82 
22 3.58 
29 3.35 

17 3.48 

22 3.55 

20 3.40 

15 3.19 
15 3.43 

23 3.11 

21 2.99 
3.26 
3.62 

8 4.99 

22 3.21 
15 3.30 



19 
20 
26 
20 



15 
10 



TOTALS 22 3.93 - 5.14 


183 4.51 1191 4.74 


- 


72 4.55 793 3.96 


Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit. 


all varieties & sections - - - 





2,261 cars Avg. $4.43 



Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service 



34 - 



TOTALS 



TOIGETED AVEEACa .AUCTION PBICES - FLOBIDA GBAPEFEUIT 
1960-61 SEASON 













F E 


I L A D 


E L P E 


I A 












W E ] 


[ T E 




P I 


N K 


Week 

Ending 


SEED 


SEED 


LESS 


S E 


E D 


SEEDLESS 


Interior 


Indian 
Eiver 


Interior 


Indian 
Elver 


Interior 


Jijdian 
Eiver 


Interior 


Indian 
Elver 




Cars 


lAvR. 


Cars|Avg. 


Cars|Avg. 


CarslAvg. 


CarsJAvg. 


Car|Avg. 


CarsJAvg. 


CarsjAvg. 


1960 


$ 


$ 




$ 


^ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Sept. 9 
16 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


^ ^ 


^ ^ 


^ ^ 


23 

30 
Oct. 7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- - 


- — 


z 


I 


_ 


^ 


^ ^ 


tm am 


^ _ 


M mm 


1 D.C0 


a. M 


14 


1 


5.90 


. 


M 


3 6.88 


. — 


• - 


. - 


6 6.74 


- — 


21 


4 4.26 


•■ 


«, 


11 4.92 


1 4.02 


» — 


-• — 


5 5.03 


_ 


28 


3 


3.55 


_ 


_ 


3 4.35 


1 7.00 


- * 


— — 


4 4.34 


1 6.08 


Nov. 4 


1 


2.12 


_ 


^ 


5 4.03 




M — 


» •> 


3 4.27 


4 5.56 


11 






. 


« 


3 4.84 


- 6.58 


. . 


. « 


5 4.55 


3 6.18 


18 


^ 


4.24 


- 4. 


14 


4 4.20 


2 5.64 


— . 


. •• 


4 3.99 


5 4.88 


25 


1 


3.54 




. 


4 4.04 


4 5.07 


^ « 


mm « 


3 4.50 


5 4.96 


Dec. 2 


2 4.00 


_ 


_ 


1 4.00 


3 4.71 


- - 


.. 


2 4.30 


4 4.76 


9 


^ 


3.58 


. 


^ 


5 3.24 


4 4.49 


•• ■- 


mm •• 


2 3.52 


5 4,81 


16 


V 




. 


V 


2 3.34 


3 4.74 


V _ 


. — 


1 3.20 


8 4.03 


23 


_ 


M 


_ 


M 


1 3.70 


4 4.85 


— ~ 


. . 


1 3.08 


5 3.83 


30 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


- 3.74 


4 4.85 


. - 


. . 


_ - 


5 4.80 


1961 






















Jan. 6 


_ 


.. 


M 


» 


1 5.46 


3 4.74 


* — 


* mm 


1 2.92 


4 4.71 


13 


_ 


_ 


. 


_ 


2 4.89 


7 4.77 


. _ 


1. mm 


1 4.64 


6 4.58 


20 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


2 4.77 


3 4.93 


. _ 


_ mm 


1 4.32 


6 4.81 


27 


. 


_ 


_ 


w 


4 4.08 


5 5.20 


. . 


. » 


1 4.06 


3 5.78 


Feb. 3 


1 


3.29 


- 


- 


3 3.84 


6 4.70 


* — 


. — 


1 3.44 


7 4.48 


10 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


1 3.02 


7 4.31 


— — 


. . 


■• — 


7 3.97 


17 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


2 3.59 


5 4.31 


1 2.51 


— .. 


3 3.14 


6 4.19 


24 


- 


- 


- 3 


44 


4 2.83 


8 3.79 


— . 


m, — 


- 3.70 


7 3.90 


ItSar. 3 


_ 


. 


_ 


.. 


3 2.89 


5 3.55 


■• ~ 


— ■■ 


- 2.44 


9 3.41 


10 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


5 3.22 


3 4.27 


• — 


m, _ 


3 3.08 


4 4.03 


17 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


4 2.96 


4 3.88 


- 2.92 


_ M 


- 3.20 


7 3.63 


24 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 3.05 


6 3.60 


1 4.00 


— — 


2 3.53 


10 3.41 


31 


1 


2.52 


- 


- 


3 3.03 


2 3.39 


« _ 


~ «• 


4 2.96 


5 3.37 


4ir. 7 


1 


1.77 


- 


- 


3 2.99 


4 4.06 


1 1.93 


_ ^ 


- 2.43 


7 3.29 


14 


iJ 


2.39 


_ 


- 


1 2.86 


5 3.96 


«. — 


. „ 


- 3.06 


4 4.58 


21 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


4 3.67 


7 3.93 


— _ 


^ ^ 


2 3.33 


3 4.09 


28 


- 


2.60 


- 


- 


5 3.12 


7 3.68 


•• •• 


mm mm 


- 3.44 


4 3.96 


May 5 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


4 2.87 


6 3.58 


_ M 


mm _ 


*■ mm 


8 3.81 


12 


i 


2.88 


- 


- 


5 2,48 


2 3.69 


■> ■■ 


•• •. 


1 2.56 


6 3.40 


19 




4.00 


- 


_ 


3 3.37 


4 4.21 


_ _ 


^ av 




5 3.87 


26 


1 


1.65 


- 


- 


5 3.46 


4 3.80 


_ _ 


«■ « 


2 2.36 


10 3.32 


June 2 




- 


- 


- 


2 3.68 


3 3.46 


• _ 


■■ «> 




7 3.59 


9 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


3 3.51 


3 4.07 


3 2.10 


■> » 


■■ >■ 


4 3.71 


16 


- 


y.06 


- 


- 


3 2.99 


3 4.20 


1 2.45 


— » 


1 2.72 


4 3.09 


23 


i 


2. 70 


- 


- 


2 3.19 


3 3.97 


. _ 


«• •. 


1 2.48 


5 2.79 


30 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 2.69 


4 3.44 


— _ 


•• *■ 


2 2.61 


2 2.90 


July 7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 4.32 


- . 


mm • 


1 2.38 


1 2.70 


14 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- - 


2 5.48 


- • 


M ■> 


_ _ 


2 4.64 


21 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 6.29 


3 5.15 


-• ^ 


^ mm 


_ _ 


3 4.15 


28 










5 4.38 


2 4.40 


~ ~ 


— " 


1 4.12 


3 4.41 



20 3.35 - 3.79 131 3.74 154 4.26 7 2.45 



65 4.11 204 4.04 



Total Ssdes, Ela. grapefruit, all varieties & sections 



581 cars Avg. $4-00 



Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service 



- 35 - 

TOJGETED AVERAGE A UCTION PRICES - FLOBISA GRjgEFHJIT 
1960-61 SEASON " 



B 



H 



WHITE 



SEED 



Interior 
CarsJAvg. 



Indian 
Biver 

CaxsJAvR- 



SEEDLESS 



Interior 
CarsJAvg- 



Indian 
River 



3.88 
3.50 



1 3.10 



- 4.18 



3.26 



r 



CarslAvS' 



$ 



PINK 



SEED 



Interior 
CarsJAvR. 



T 



Indian" 
River 

CarJAvg. 



SEEDLESS 



Interior 
Cars|Avg. 



Ipdian 
Elver 



Cars Av 



3 4.47 



1 3.76 



6.98 
5.96 
4.49 
4.36 
3.86 
5.08 
4.38 
4.08 



4.10 



- 3.32 



4.80 
4.08 
3.71 
5.16 
6.15 
6.69 
4.61 
6.10 



3 


4.19 


8 


4.88 


6 4.91 


7 


4.69 


9 


4.12 


6 3.99 


10 


4.07 


10 


3.97 


9 


4.00 


9 


4.15 


11 


3.98 


15 3.55 


18 


3.26 


11 


3.43 


6 


3.88 


10 


3.74 


9 


3.57 


14 


3.49 


10 


3.60 


8 


3.61 


13 


3.49 


6 4.16 


6 4.21 


7 


3.59 


5 3.34 


3 


4.43 


1 


6.00 


4 


5.84 


4 


4.50 



T 



2 5.48 
1 4.06 



1 4.50 
1 3.42 

1 3.00 



- 4.14 



W'g' 



1 
2 
3 
6 
7 
5 
7 
10 
6 
2 



5.92 
5.19 
5.60 
5.33 
23 
17 
10 
97 
59 
84 



3 

3 
4 
6 
9 
6 
7 
6 



3.85 
5.43 
5.31 
4.69 
4.08 
3.76 
3.66 
3.92 
8 3.94 
10 3.91 



_ _ 


11 3.83 


_ - 


5 3.63 


_ - 


8 3.44 


- - 


8 3.25 


_ .. 


3 4.05 


- 


5 3.66 


- _ 


6 3.75 


- _ 


8 3.66 


- _ 


9 3.45 


_ . 


6 3.59 


- _ 


11 3.38 


- _ 


5 3.94 


_ 


6 3.49 


1 3.38 


4 3.24 


» » 


6 2.97 


» . 


5 3.18 


- 4.94 


2 4.87 


1 6.48 


2 5.64 


- 3.03 


4 3.19 


- 


1 2.78 



TOTALS 1 3.10 - 3.71 


19 5.00 275 4.00 


- 4.10 - 


8 4.48 226 3.89 


Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit, 


all varieties & sections 




529 cars Avg. $3.99 



Made available 
thro\igh the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal -State Market News Service 



36 



WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES - FLOBIDA GE.fiPEFHJIT 
1960-61 SEASDH 



PITTSBUEGH 



Week 
Ending 



WHITE 



SEED 



Interior 
CaJs|Avg. 



Indian 
River 

Caxs[Avg. 



SEEDLESS 



Interior 
Cars|Avg. 



T 



Indian 

River 

Cars|Avg. 



PINK 



SEED 



T 



Interior 
CarsJAvg. 



Indian 
River 

CarjAvg. 



SEEDLESS 



Interior 

Cars|Avg. 



T 



Indian 
River 

Cars[Avg. 



1960 

Sept. 9 
16 
23 
30 

Oct. 7 
14 
21 
28 

Nov. 4 
11 
18 
25 

Dec. 2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

1961 

Jan. 6 
13 
20 
27 

Feb. 3 
10 
17 
24 

Mar. 3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

4)r. 7 
14 
21 
28 

May 5 
12 
19 
26 

June 2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

July 7 
14 
21 
28 



X 



T 



2.66 



1.89 
1.65 



2 5.99 
1 4.86 



1 3,68 
- 3.76 



- 4.10 



2 3.43 
2 3.57 
- 3.56 



3.40 
3.76 
4.19 
3.75 
3.85 
4.32 
4.19 
6.34 
5.01 
5.98 



1 
2 
2 
3 

3 
3 

4 
6 
4 
4 

1 
4 
3 
7 
6 
7 
3 
5 
5 
5 
4 
6 
6 
4 
3 
3 
4 
5 
4 
4 
5 
4 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 



6.68 
6.24 

5.70 
6.03 
4.62 
4.12 
5.50 
5.02 
4.82 
4.46 

5.06 
5.36 
5.87 
4.99 
4.76 
4.09 
4.72 
4.22 
3.86 
4.05 
4.38 
3.84 
3,43 
3.49 
4.59 
4.69 
4.04 
3.92 
3.81 
4.38 
4.04 
4.17 
4.53 
3.75 
3.69 
4.80 
5.08 



7.98 
6.10 



- 4.90 



— •• 


- 5.32 


2 4.05 


1 5.70 


1 4.14 


2 4.63 


_ _ 


1 5.82 


_ - 


3 4.50 


_ 


3 4.19 


- _ 


7 4.36 


_ _ 


5 4.28 


. «. 


3 4.41 


- 


3 3.97 


. ^ 


1 4.81 


- — 


5 4.56 


_ _ 


2 4.52 


- 4.10 


3 5.23 


- — 


2 5.05 


~ - 


5 4.14 


_ 


3 4.29 


- 


4 3.86 


.. _ 


6 3.70 


- _ 


2 3.56 


- 3.44 


1 4.66 


- 


7 3.65 


- — 


2 3.21 


- - 


2 3.67 


.. _ 


1 4.36 


. M 


1 4.56 


- 5.68 


2 4.49 


- 3.58 


7 3.65 


- 3.68 


3 3.48 


- 3,96 


4 3,74 


1 4.00 


3 3.36 


- 4.42 


4 3.39 


3 2.96 


3 3.50 


1 2.58 


1 3.72 


_ - 


2 2.97 


- _ 


1 2.32 


1 4.10 


1 3.64 


2 5.15 


. 



2 3.13 



TOTALS 



- 2.07 



29 4.40 138 4.47 



14 4.58 108 4.01 



Total Sales. Fla. grapefruit, all varieties & sections 289 caxs Avg. $4.30 



4.1, V J. 1. . Made available 

through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federol-State Market News Service 



- 37 - 

WEIGEESt) AVEHA5E AIJCTIOIT PRICES - FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT 
1960-61 SEAg)H 



CLEVELAND 



■.V H I T E 



SEED 



Interior 



Cars Avg 



Indian 
River 

Cars I Avg 



SEEDLESS 



Interior 
Cars I Avg. 



Indian 
River 



Cars Avg 



PINK 



SEED 



Interior 



Cars Avg 



Indian 
Riyer_. 

Car I Avg. 



SEEDLESS 



Interior 
Cars I Avg- 



Hivei 



lan 

:<iver 



Cars I Avg. 



T 



2 4.23 



- 4.60 



4.50 
3.79 
3.59 
3.58 
3.84 
3.50 



6.24 
6.12 
5.08 
5.77 
4.84 
5.31 
4.83 
4.10 
4.49 

5.13 
5.74 
4.73 
5.11 
4.78 
4.20 
3.76 
3.62 
4.02 
3.87 
4.56 
3.91 
3.47 
2.82 
3.36 
3.53 
2.96 
3.04 
4.04 



30 
93 
67 



3.86 



2 4.09 
1 3.50 



- 4.K) 
1 5.62 



2 2.95 



1 3.64 
- 2.12 



- 4.36 

- 3.94 

- 4.34 

- 4.31 



6.12 

6.06 
5.10 
4.55 
4.40 
4.86 
5-12 
4.42 
4.48 

5.46 
4.60 
5.84 
5.15 
4.72 
4.60 
3.74 
4.04 
3.70 
3.57 
4.04 
3.88 
3.19 
3.16 



- 3.99 

- 3.53 

- 3.79 
1 4.12 



1 4.30 
1 4.28 



1 4.22 



2 5.08 
1 3.30 



TOTALS _ _ _ _ 


20 3.88 59 4.17 


- 


3 3.18 48 4.34 


Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit, 






130 cars Avg. $4.17 







Ifede available 
through the Cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service 



- 38 - 

WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTIOK PRICES - TLCBILA GRiPEgRUIT 
1960-61 SEASON 



Week 
Ending 



1960 

Sept. 9 
16 
22 
30 

Oct. 7 
14 
21 
28 

Nov. 4 
11 
18 
25 

Dec. 2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

1961 

Jan. 6 
13 
20 
27 

Feb. 3 
10 
17 
24 

Max. 3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

^r. 7 
14 
21 
28 

May 5 
12 
19 
26 

Jiine 2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

July 7 
14 
21 
28 



A 



TOTALS 



H I T E 



SEED 



Interior 
Cars|Avg. 



T 



Indian 

£&SS£ — 

Cars[Avg. 



SEEDLESS 



Interior 
CarsJAvg. 



Indian 



Cars 



Avg. 



PINK 



SEED 



Interior 



Cars I Avg. 

— T^ 



Indian 
Car I Avg- 



SEED LESS 
Indian 



Interior 
Cars) Avg. 



Cars! Avg. 



1 6.48 
1 3.52 



- 4.58 



1 3.26 
- 3.58 
1 2.94 



4.36 



- 3.30 



4 4.05 



4.47 



8.51 
5.66 
4.36 

4.83 
3.10 



96 
74 
90 



2 4.94 



1 4.26 

2 3.72 

3 3.52 
1 3.72 
- 3.73 
1 3.22 



3.30 



68 
14 
90 
71 
36 
71 
79 
,41 
3.16 
2.96 
3.27 
3.66 
4.73 
3.49 
3.46 



59 
55 
20 
80 
92 



6.38 



8.62 
6.77 
7.30 
6.33 
5.60 
5.15 
5.10 
5.69 
b.82 
8 5.62 
6 5.43 



1 
2 
2 
3 
5 
5 
7 
5 
6 



5 5.63 
11 5.03 
3 6.09 
8 5.37 
5 4.96 
4.68 
4.70 
4.88 
4.20 
4.92 
4.77 
3.81 
3.90 
4.37 
5.28 
5.26 
4.78 
4.46 
4.72 
4.44 
4.39 
4.13 
4.36 
4.82 
4.43 



6 

5 
9 
6 
6 
11 
3 
6 
5 
4 
5 
8 
5 
5 
6 
6 
4 
1 
2 



1 4.12 



80 4.17 195 4.94 



3 6.04 


— _ 


3 5.17 


- 6.74 


3 4.05 


2 6.43 


1 4.40 


2 6.02 


1 4.44 


2 7.12 


_ — 


2 6.18 


1 3.26 


7 5.18 


_ .. 


6 4.45 


- 3.08 


4 4.86 


. — 


7 5.44 


1 3.64 


8 5.37 


- 


8 4.28 


■* ^ 


1 4.32 


- 3.12 


4 4.77 


— •• 


4 5.27 


1 3.53 


5 5.04 


1 3.32 


6 4.91 


2 3.61 


5 4.80 


_ . 


4 4.16 


• •. 


6 4.06 


1 3,06 


4 4.03 


2 3.38 


4 4.90 


1 3.02 


6 4.08 


1 2.80 


6 3.45 


- 2.41 


4 3.61 


1 3.10 


- 4.13 


2 3.71 


4 5.11 


1 3.42 


5 4.41 


1 3.02 


3 4.43 


«• — 


4 4.66 


1 4.16 


5 4.76 


_ _ 


6 4.18 


.. 


4 3.81 


• — 


4 3.31 


2 2.64 


3 2.75 


1 2.25 


^ M 


1 3.64 


1 3.24 


1 3.84 


_ 


2 5.45 


- 5.28 


- 4.24 


2 3.70 



1 4.58 



35 3.95 149 4.59 



Total Sales, Ela. grapefruit, all varieties & sections 



463 cars Avg. $4.61 



Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal -State Market News Service 



- 39 - 

WEIGHIIEID AVERAGE .AIICTIOIT PRICES - FLORIDA SRAPEFHJI T 
1960-61 SEASON 



Week 

Ending 



1960 

Sept. 9 
16 
23 
30 

Oct. 7 
14 
21 
28 

Nov. 4 
11 
18 
25 

Dec. 2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

1961 

Jan. 6 
13 
20 
27 

Feb. 3 
10 
17 
24 

Mar. 3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

kpi. 7 
14 
21 
28 

M^ 5 
12 
19 
26 

June 2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

Jxily 7 

■^14 

21 

28 



TOTALS 



U 



WHITE 



SEED 



Interior 
CarsJAvg. 



Indian 
Eiver 

CarslAvg. 

1 



SEEDLESS 



Interior 

Caxs|Avg. 

5 



1 2.84 



Indian 
River 

CarslAvg- 



PINE 



SEED 



Interior 

CarsJAvg- 



T 



Indian 
River . 

CarlAvg. 



SEEDLESS 



T 



Interior 

CarslAvg. 



Indian 
River 

CarslAvg. 



3 3.65 18 4.50 



- 3.25 



$ 



Z ~ ' ~ ^ ^-^ 3o90 -- 

- - - - - - 1 5.26 IIII II II 

- - - - - - 1 5.50 - _ _ _ _ _ _ 5.36 

1 4.94 _-__ __ __ 

- - - - - - 1 5.08 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 5.24 

1 2.84 - - - 3.70 2 4.30 - 3!^ 

- - - - _ _ 1 4.54 -___ __ __ 

1 4.14 _ _ _ _ II I 4.16 

1 3.28 1 4.42 . - _ _ _ 2.60 - 4.02 

1 4.52 . _ _ _ _ _ _ 4.38 

- - - - - - 1 5.06 ____ __ __ 

2 4.46 - - . _ _ _ _ 3.45 
1 4.16 3.82 

: : : : l3.ii I'-'l i i i i i i i^-^ 

1 4.50 - 3.96 

1 4.36 - _ _ _ _ _ _ 3.94 

: : : : : : lt:U : : : : : : -J-^. 



- 3.85 



Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit, all varieties & sections 



22 cars Avg. $4.31 



Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service 



Week 
Ending 



-40- 



TOIGFTT^D AVERAGE iUCTIOU PBICES - ITLOBIDA GEAPSFRUIT 
1960-61 SEASON 



WHITE 



Interior 
CarsJAvg 



SEED 

Indian 



River 
CarslAvs 



SEEDLESS 



Interior 
CarslAvg. 



Indian 
River 

CarslAvg. 



PINK 



SEED 



Interior 
CarslAvg. 



Indian 
River 

CarJAvg. 



SEEDLESS 



Interior 
CarslAvg. 



Indian 
River 

CarslAvg. 



I960 

Sspt. 9 
16 
23 
30 

Oct. 7 
14 
21 
28 

Nov. 4 
11 
18 
25 

Dec. 2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

1961 

Jan. 6 
13 
20 
27 

Feb. 3 
10 
17 
24 

Max. 3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

^r. 7 
14 
21 
28 

May 5 
12 
19 
26 

June 2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

July 7 
14 
21 
28 



TOTALS 



- 4.36 
1 5.76 



2.92 
3.33 



- 2.63 



4.70 
3.63 
2.95 



2.60 
2.60 



- 3.30 



1 5.76 



32 

20 
28 
18 
24 



1 5.48 



- 4.66 
1 4.90 

- 4.32 

- 4.11 

- 3.68 

- 4.17 

- 3.96 

- 4.30 

- 4.21 
1 4.64 
1 4.34 

- 3.68 



3.62 
3.52 
3.24 
3.64 
3.26 
3.36 
3.04 
3.24 
3.58 
3.69 
3.19 
3.72 
3.62 
3.69 
4.40 
3.58 
3.71 
3.58 
3.90 
4.07 
6,00 
6.31 
5.70 
4.52 



1 5.28 
- 5.81 

2 4.59 
2 5.16 
4 4.93 
2 5.50 
4 4.47 



8.01 
5.81 
4.49 
4.52 
4.97 
4.24 
4.28 
3.70 
3.65 
3.28 
3.68 
3.55 



53 4.36 



66 4.40 



9 5.48 



7.28 
5.36 

4.02 
5.02 



4 4.35 

2 3.99 

3 5.13 

4 4.96 
- 4.67 



- 4.96 - - _ - _ 3.98 1 4.20 
3 4.66 - - - _ _ 4.24 - 5.49 
1 5.58 - - _ - _ - _ 6.07 

3 5.45 _ . - . _ 4.36 2 5.58 

4 4.65 - _ _ _ 1 3.48 2 4.24 

5 4.42 - . _ . _ _ _ 4.42 
3 4.14 _ - _ _ _ _ 2 3.97 

1 4.28 . _ _ _ _ 2.98 2 3.78 

3 4.17 _ _ - _ _ 3.01 4 3.31 

2 4.17 - . _ _ _ 3.26 1 3.70 

4 4.06 - _ _ » _ 3.20 - 4.41 

3 3.93 _ _ _ _ _ 3.25 3 3.45 

4 3.45 - _ _ _ _ 2.86 1 3.52 
2 3.80 - - _ _ _ 3.02 - 3.58 

1 4.36 _ _ _ > « 3.62 1 3.88 

- 4.56 - _ - _ _ 3-34 1 4.36 

- 5.88 - _ _ _ _ 2.93 1 3.82 

2 3.88 _ - _ _ _ 4.04 - 4.64 

1 4.18 - - _ _ _ 4.06 - 3.97 

2 4.05 _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 3.58 

1 4.74 » 1 4.20 

4 3.78 - _ » _ _ 3.08 - 3.08 

1 3.60 - - - _ . 3.17 

- - - _ . _ » 3.85 

- - - 1 3.30 

- 3.87 - - _ _ _ . _ 3.53 

- 4.46 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 4.72 

- - - _ _ _ . 5.05 1 4.04 

---- -- - 3.50 

- - - - - 2.92 1 3.62 



41 4.21 



Total Sales. Fla. grapefruit, all vareities & sections 170 cars Avg. $4.41 



,, , ,, Made available 

through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service 



41 



VreiGETED AVERAGE JiUCTION PRICES - FLOR IDA SR^PEFTOJIT 
1960-61 SEASON 



TOTAL ALL CITIES 



WHITE 



SEED 



Interior 
CarsJAvg. 



Indian 
River 

CaxslAvg. 



SEEDLESS 



Interior 
Cars I AvR . 



Indian 
River 

Cars I Avg . 



PINK 



SEED 



Interior 
CarslAv^. 



Indian 
Biver 

CarlAvR. 



SEEDLESS 



Interior 
CarslAvg. 



Indian 
River 

CarslAvK- 



TOTALS 



T 



T 



$ 



1 



T 



- - - - 4 9.17 - _ _ - - _ 3 1039 2 9.52 
3 6.62 _ _ 17 7.40 8 9.72 - - _ - 28 6.97 1 8.28 

5 4.46 _ - 40 5.37 12 7.55 - - - . 20 5.36 9 6.19 

6 3.64 - - 26 4.22 21 6.70 - - - _ 16 3.90 19 5.56 

7 3.66 - _ 9 4.58 24 6.33 - - - - 12 4.31 27 5.35 

1 3.86 - - 12 5.11 22 6.44 - - - . 12 4.44 26 5.51 

3 4.28 - 4.64 10 4.84 46 5.94 - - _ _ lo 3.84 39 5.20 

2 4.24 - - 9 4.19 47 4.71 _ _ _ _ 6 3.89 43 4.65 

4 3.98 - - 3 4.17 56 4,75 - _ - _ 4 3.68 48 4.29 
1 3.16 - 3.88 8 3.44 47 5.30 - - _ - 2 3.52 47 4.40 
1 2.80 - 4.58 2 3.34 51 5.46 - _ _ _ l 3.20 50 4.46 
1 2.30 - 3.50 3 4.53 63 5,37 - 4.10 - - 3 3.37 56 4.43 

- 2.63 - - - 3.85 63 4.47 _ _ . _ > 3.55 36 4.11 

1 4.58 - - 2 4.86 29 5.38 _ - - _ l 2.92 24 4.57 

1 3.10 - - 7 4.32 57 5.1? _ _ - _ 1 4.64 39 4.71 

- 4.70 - - 3 4.73 34 5.84 > _ _ _ 1 4.32 34 5-20 

2 3.57 _ _ 10 3.99 59 5.47 . _ _ . 2 3.80 35 4.89 
1 3.29 - 4.27 8 3.87 64 4.81 _ > > _ 7 3.26 48 4.46 
1 2.94 - - 3 3.43 73 4.61 - _ _ > 2 3.61 59 4.06 
1 2.84 - - 3 3.47 72 4.21 1 2-51 _ - 3 3.14 47 3.78 

- 2.60 - 3.44 7 3.00 70 4.10 _ _ _ _ 1 2.70 45 3.88 

- 2.60 - - 6 2.79 76 3.96 . _ - _ 1 3.06 53 3.67 

- - - 3.26 10 3.41 56 4.43 _ - _ - 6 3.21 43 3.89 

- - - 9 3.01 76 4.21 - 2.92 - - 2 3.11 52 3.68 

- - - - 3 3.05 94 3.98 1 4.00 - - 4 3.26 54 3.65 
1 2.52 - - 9 2.90 85 3.68 _ - _ _ 5 3.OI 46 3.36 

1 1.77 - - 3 2.99 72 3.79 1 1.93 - - 2 2.67 44 3.31 

2 2.39 - - 7 3.64 52 4.33 - > _ _ 4 3.37 39 3.96 

- - - - 30 3.59 59 4.36 - - - _ 7 3. 18 33 3.95 

- 2.60 - - 20 3.37 64 4.13 _ - _ _ 4 3.00 38 3.77 

- 3.30 - - 14 3.23 78 3.89 , - - _ _ 3.81 56 3.59 

1 2.88 - - 15 3.05 56 4.09 - _ _ _ 2 3.36 41 3.64 

- 4.00 - - 12 3.47 60 4.25 - _ - _ l 2.80 44 3.69 

2 1.90 - - 30 3.73 65 4.03 - - - - 5 2.94 50 3.44 

- - - - 10 4.04 56 3.84 - _ - _ 2 3.14 36 3.44 

- - - 21 3.97 39 4.54 3 2.10 - - 6 2.73 31 3.42 

- 1.97 - - 28 3.64 42 3.83 1 2.45 - - 4 2.73 32 3.14 
1 2.70 - - 28 3.85 37 3.89 - _ _ _ 3 3.14 35 2.97 

- - - - 28 3.80 25 3.89 _ _ _ _ 3 3.02 23 3.17 

- - - - 15 5.13 20 4.89 - _ _ _ 4 4.35 15 3.77 

- 3.30 - - 18 5.98 24 6.21 _ _ - _ 4 5.54 15 4.79 

- - - - 16 5.22 26 5.04 _ _ _ _ . 3.03 33 3.40 

- - - - 10 5.06 16 4.85 - - _ _ 2 3.43 22 3.50 



49 3.70 



3.94 



518 4.23 3096 4.58 



7 2.46 - - 206 4.33 1569 4.04 



Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit, all varieties & sections 4,445 cars Avg. $4.32 



Note - Cincinnati not included - no auction sales during 1960-61 season. 

Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State }-!arket News Service 



- 42 - 

'A'^irrETED AVERaSE .aUCriOIT PEICES - FLOBID A TAMGERIHES 
1960-61 SEASON 





NEW YDEK 
CITY 


PEILA- 
DKTiPHIA 


BOSTON 


PITTSBURGH 




ILMD 


CHIC 






CLEVE 


;ago 


Week 


4/5 Bu. Box 
Cars Avg . 


4/5 Bu 
Caxs 


. Box 
Avg. 


4/5 Bu. Box 


4/5 Bu. Box 


4/5 Bu. Box 


4/5 B^ 
Cars 


I. Box 


Ending 


Cars 


Avg. 


Cars 


Avg. 


Cars 


Avg. 


Avg. 


196Q 




$ 


$ 




^ 


■} 


$ 


3 


• 


1 




Oct. 7 
14 
21 

28 
Nov. 4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5.73 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11 


4 


5.05 


_ 


« 


_ 


•• 


M 


« 


M 


M 


_ 


4.75 


18 


20 


6.00 


1 


5.73 


_ 


M 


.. 


3.78 


. 


_ 


1 


5.05 


25 


29 


5.42 


10 


4.95 


. 


_ 


3 


4.53 


— 


_ 


4 


4.76 


Dec. 2 


57 


3,42 


19 


3.73 


1 


3.10 


4 


3.55 


1 


4.03 


6 


3.73 


9 


48 


3.64 


18 


3.80 


_ 


2.12 


3 


3.74 


1 


4.26 


13 


3.16 


16 


42 


2.99 


24 


2.56 


1 


2.67 


6 


2.38 


7 


3.11 


19 


2.40 


23 


64 


2.90 


29 


2.46 


1 


1.49 


8 


2.54 


5 


2.72 


12 


2.72 


30 


43 


3.17 


17 


2.79 


1 


2.47 


7 


2.63 


2 


3.45 


8 


2.50 


1961 


























Jan. 6 


39 


2.86 


17 


2.39 


_ 


. 


7 


2.28 


1 


2.43 


5 


2.58 


13 


49 


2.36 


20 


2.15 


2 


2.13 


9 


2.39 


6 


2.59 


16 


2.22 


20 


26 


2.57 


16 


2.41 


_ 


2.76 


7 


2.35 


7 


2.21 


5 


2.33 


27 


38 


2.47 


9 


2.32 


1 


2.85 


7 


2.46 


2 


2.70 


6 


2.27 


Feb. 3 


43 


2.52 


13 


2.13 


1 


1.66 


2 


2.17 


1 


2.42 


8 


2.34 


10 


21 


3.66 


8 


3.15 


1 


1.21 


2 


2.52 






2 


3.71 


17 


25 


3.73 


5 


3.75 


_ 


3.17 


3 


3.62 


1 


2.38 


2 


2.31 


24 


31 


3.37 


7 


2.81 


1 


.74 


_ 


^ 


^ 


^ 


1 


1.94 


Mar. 3 


22 


2.74 


8 


2.43 


. 


_ 


^ 


4.27 


^, 


^ 






10 


9 


3.68 


2 


3.89 


— 


3.81 


1 


4.69 


_ 


^ 


1 


4.88 


17 


5 


5.22 


- 


5.27 


„ 


4.77 


2 


4.11 


^ 


„ 






24 


13 


4.96 


3 


5.15 


^ 


3.95 






^ 


_ 


__ 


■• 


31 


8 


4.71 


2 


4.85 


^ 




. 


^ 


^ 


_ 


z 


4.73 


^T. 7 


4 


5.25 


1 


5.71 


. 


^ 


^^ 


^ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




14 


3 


5.17 


1 


5.48 


. 


« 


_ 


. 


M 


„ 


_ 


^ 


21 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


. 


_ 


. 


^ 


» 


. 


^ 


28 


— 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


«• 


^ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


May 5 

in 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


. 


«, 


_ 


. 


12 


— 


— 


— 


.. 


_ 


» 


. 


^ 


_ 


__ 


^ 


_ 


19 


- 


_ 


^ 


_ 


_ 


^ 


_ 


_ 










26 


~ 


" 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 










Florida tangerine a^iction prices - by 


market 


s - 
















incliiie the 


following straight cars 






Note- 


Cincinnati not 


included - no 


auction sales 


during 


1960-61 season 





TOTALS 



643 3.33 230 2.90 10 2.04 71 2.76 34 2.77 109 2. 



73 



, , , . , ^ . „ , Made available 

through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Se 



rvice 



- 43 



WEIGETED AVERAGE AUCTIQU PRICES - FLORIDA T-flNGERDTES 
1960-61 SEASON 



TOTALS 



ST. LOUIS 



4/5 Bu. Box 



Cars Avg 



DETROIT 



4/5 Bu. Box 



CaxE 



Avg. 



1 3.04 



1 2.61 



1 2.17 



2.17 



- 


2.30 


_ 


5.12 


4 


3.88 


6 


3.73 


9 


2.87 


9 


2.89 


5 


2.85 


6 


2.42 


7 


2.51 


9 


2.47 


6 


2.38 


5 


2.21 


- 


3.30 


3 


3.53 


1 


2.41 


- 


1.50 



4.35 



For 1960-61 season - - 



2.61 



70 2.81 



- Straight cars - 

Tangerines - - - 

Tangelos - - - 

Satsunas - - - 

Clementines - - 

Kings - - _ _ 

Murcotts - - - 

Ponkans - _ - 



1, 016 cars Avg. 

58 " 

4 " 

few toxes 

6 " 

85 " 

1 " 



TOTAL 
ALL CITIES 

4/5 Bu. Box 

Cars Avg. 



«. 


2,17 


- 


5.73 


4 


5.05 


22 


5.94 


46 


5.20 


92 


3.54 


89 


3.56 


108 


2.76 


129 


2.75 


83 


2.96 


75 


2.64 


110 


2.32 


70 


2.44 


69 


2.43 


73 


2.39 


34 


3.40 


40 


3.56 


41 


3.15 


30 


2.66 


13 


3.88 


7 


4.90 


16 


4.99 


10 


4.74 


5 


5.34 


4 


5.25 



$2.91 
(13.88 
i!4.41 
!S3.27 
$2.51 
$4.62 
$3.82 



1,170 3.09 



Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service 



44 



FLOBIM iUCT Tnw SAT.T^S , SEASONS 19S1/52..I960/61. 

Made available ,»,,„, ^ „ - 

through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federai-State Market News Service 



SEASON 



R A N 5 E S 
N. Y. PHIL. BOST. PITTS . CIE7E. CHIC. ST.L. 



1^ 



July 28 
1960-61 



4x 



1959-60 



J- 

19 



31 
-59 



Aug. 1 
1957-58 



Julj 
1956 

July 
19K 



26 
-57 

27 

-56 



ily 2 
19^-55 



1953-54 



1952-53 



1951-52 



Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 

Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 

Avg. 



193 
77 



16.41 

$§.86 

2,499 
$4.70 

2,566 
$4.97 

2,987 
$4.33 

4.052 
$4.52 

4,268 
$4.32 

5,254 
$3.73 



^ 425 

$6.29 

, 596 
$4.99 

, 551 
$5.80 

748 
$5.21 

815 
$4.41 

846 
$4.62 

1,249 
$4,11 

$4.27 

$4.17 

1,851 
$3.58 



. 193 
$6.67 

^ 268 
$5.24 

, 172 
$6.02 

279 

$5.85 

^ 340 
$4.63 

436 
$4.97 

, 509 
$4.18 

587 
$4.43 

442 
$4.26 

675 
$3.68 



X 155 
$5.96 

^ 164 
$5.13 

^ 132 

$5.53 

174 

$5.26 

234 

$4.18 

, 259 
$4.49 

270 
$3.87 

315 
$4.08 

251 

$3.85 

354 
$3.42 



. 68 
$5.65 

. 67 
$4.87 

. 90 
$5.43 

134 

$4.86 

217 

$4.08 

^ 229 
$4.51 

293 
$3.96 

418 
$4.19 

417 

$4.03 

552 
$3.54 



* 154 
$5.77 

, 178 
$4.89 

* 151 
$5.48 

217 

$4.82 

297 

$4.05 

356 

$4.38 

485 
$3.79 

514 
$3.95 

559 
$3.96 

779 

$3.42 



^ 8 
$5.72 

* 11 
$4.69 

$5.07 

37 

$4.56 

92 

$3.89 

, 103 
$4.39 

128 
$3.73 

212 
$3.85 

^ 249 
$3.83 

409 
$3.32 




. 37 
$4.38 

* 86 
$5.17 

83 

$4.64 

192 
$4.02 

323 
$4.33 

347 
$3.77 

423 
$3.98 

451 
$3.93 

588 
$3.29 



X 94 

$5.87 

. 151 
$5.07 

, 129 
$5.52 

^ 200 
$5.08 

284 
$4.27 

339 

$4.66 

473 

$4.06 

494 
$4.18 

^ 506 

$4.06 

629 
$3.58 



43 
$4.32 

94 
$3.73 

127 

$3.86 

131 
$3.94 

187 
$3.27 



TOTAL 



16.46 
J.078 

3.987 

^6.08 

1.382 
^5.57 



5,500 
$4.76 

6,835 

$4.14 

8,696 
$4.33 

8,765 

$4.19 

11,278 
$3.60 



GEAPEFRUIT 



SEASON 

Thru 
July 28 
1960-61 



N. Y. PHIL. BOST. PITTS. CLEVE. CHIC. ST.L. CINCI. PETE. SALT. 



X 2 
,9-e 



1959-60 



35^. 



1958-59 



Aut 
19! 

Julv 
195iE 

July 
195* 



;. 1 

17-58 

26 
-57 

27 
-56 



July 29 
1954-55 



1953-54 
1952-53 
1951-52 



Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 

Avg. 

Cars 

Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 

Avg. 

Cars 

Avg. 

Cars 

Avg. 



2,261 
$4.43 

2,577 

$4.57 

3,109 
$4.53 

3,194 
$5.12 

5 J 424 
$4.57 

3,525 
$4.16 

3,852 

$3.90 

4.562 
$3,98 

3,976 

$4.40 

4,423 

$4.03 



, 581 
$4.00 

615 
$3.99 

, 706 

$4.02 

595 
$4.45 

^ 662 
$4.08 

, 818 
$3.74 

$:^.52 

$1^.66 

$^.96 

1,241 
$3.71 



^ 529 

$3.99 

524 
$4.24 

, 526 
$4.16 

466 
$4.93 

* 517 
$4.36 

, 581 

$3.99 

^ 654 
$3.65 

. 706 
$3.91 

441 
$4.34 

498 
$3.92 



289 
$4.30 

^ 247 
$4.37 

^ 330 
$4.26 

268 
$4.70 

, 321 

$4.26 

^ 331 
$3.76 

352 

$3.44 

^ 368 
$3.56 

, 243 
$3.92 

, 305 
$3.61 



. 130 
$4.17 

181 
$4.23 

266 

$4.52 

253 

$4.73 

, 349 
$4.50 

, 382 
$4.20 

, 405 
$3.79 

^ 463 

$3.88 

397 

$4.09 

462 
$3.86 



463 
$4.61 

429 
$4.52 

457 
$4.55 

436 
$4.83 

, 532 

$4.47 

, 635 
$4.01 

, 765 
$3.69 

, 762 
$3.94 

, 765 
$4.30 

841 
$4.02 



22 

$4.31 

* 26 
$3.95 

44 
$4.17 



closed 



$3 



62 
.76 



* 131 
$3.63 

, 180 
$3.35 

^ 266 
$3.05 

* 350 
$3.33 

^ 278 
$3.59 

348 
$3.32 



, 170 
$4.41 

^ 295 

$4.28 

, 390 
$4.26 

322 

$4.65 

^ ^^. ^ 477 
$3.76 $4.24 



closed 



47 
$3.65 

^ 135 
$3.97 

. 118 
$3.73 

234 



, 305 
$3.46 

^ 375 
$3.12 

471 
$3.27 

, 392 
$3.68 

. 480 
$3.48 



, 568 
$4.02 

^ 800 
$3.70 

, 749 
$3.82 

, 608 

$4.22 

658 
$3.82 



* 36 

$2.99 

A 66 
$2.96 

A 74 
$2.98 

* 45 
$2.96 

114 

$2.80 



TOTAL 

4,445 
$4.32 

$4.41 

5,963 
$4.39 

5.714 
$4.91 

6,647 
$4.41 

$4.01 

8.677 
$3.7D 

8.165 
$3.83 

6,165 

$4.22 

9,370 
$3.88 



Baltiicore Fruit Auction (Baltimore Fruit Exchange) officially closed at end of year 1956 
Cincinnati - No auction sales during 1960-61 season 



- 45 - 

FIOHIDA JUCTION SALES. SSLASONS 1951/52-1960/61 (CONT'D. ') 

Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal -State Market News Service 













TEMPI 


E S 












SEASON 




.N. Y. 


PHIL. 


BOST. 


PITTS. 


CLEVE. 


CHIC. 


ST.L. 


CINCI. 


DETR. 


BALT. 


TOTAL 


1960-61 


Cars 
Avg. 


445 
$3.70 


. 142 
$3.36 


15 
$3.19 


. 37 
$3.36 


$3.01 


72 

$3.42 


- 


closed 


21 
$3.32 


clos«i 


740 
$3.56 


1959-60 


Cars 
Avg. 


521 
$3.19 


$3.00 


. 41 
$2.81 


. 30 
$2.75 


. 12 
$2.75 


. Ill 
$2.95 


, 2 
$2.75 


9 
$2.54 


45 
$3.00 


II 


922 
$3.08 


1958-59 


Cars 

Avg. 


^ 532 
$3.13 


. 132 
$3.10 


* 33 
$2.86 


25 


. 21 
$2.70 


$3.08 


$3.19 


^ 11 

$2.80 


. 38 
$2.91 


II 


^ 891 
$3.08 


1957-58 


Cars 

Avg. 


. 424 
$3.23 


108 
$2.99 


40 
$2.67 


. 30 
$3.13 


. 29 
$3.11 


66 
$3.09 


, 3 
$3.29 


9 
$3.00 


. 24 
$3.85 


II 


733 

$3.13 


1956-57 


Cars 

Avg. 


. 575 
$2.83 


* ITO 
$2.62 


. 35 
$2.67 


47 
$2.49 


. 40 
$2.74 


X 106 
$2.64 


, 11 
$2.28 


43 
$2.46 


63 
$2.62 


11 


$2.72 


1955-56 


Cars 

Avg. 


^ 584 
$2.72 


^ 184 
$2.62 


. 39 
$2.49 


37 

$2.56 


. 48 
$2.53 


A 109 
$2.53 


, 11 
$2.25 


* 34 
$2.50 


$2.61 


, 7 
$2.48 


il^.64 


1954-55 


Cars 

Avg. 


649 
$2.65 


295 
$2.46 


81 
$2.48 


. 51 
$2.28 


62 
$2.51 


^ 143 
$2.37 


. 15 
$2.02 


52 


. 95 
$2.41 


13 
$2.32 


1,456 
i!2.52 


1953-54 


Cars 
Avg. 


^ 672 

$2.79 


^ 238 
$2.66 


M 54 
$2.84 


. 46 
$2.41 


$2.65 


. 169 
$2.61 


. 28 
$1.96 


. 73 
$2.45 


. 87 
$2.48 


J. 14 
$2.95 


i>.452 


1952-53 


Cars 
Avg. 


^ 492 
$2.74 


180 
$2.64 


31 
$2.61 


. 44 
$2.47 


52 
$2.47 


^ 127 
$2.51 


X 13 
$2.02 


50 
$2.36 


. 79 
$2.53 


, 6 

$2.49 


fe.63 


1951-52 


Cars 

Avg. 


662 

$2.60 


210 

$2.55 


33 

$2.64 


64 
$2.23 


84 
$2.30 


134 

$2.27 


18 
$1.94 


69 
$2.33 


97 
$2.30 


26 
$2.76 


1,397 
$2.48 



SEASON 

1960-61 
1959-60 
1958-59 
1957-58 
1956-57 
1955-56 
1954-55 
1953-54 
1952-53 
1951-52 



TANGERINES 
N. y. PHIL. BOST. PITTS. CLE7E. CHIC. ST.L. CINCI. DETR. BALT. 



Cars 
Avg. 

Cao-s 

Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 

Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 

Avg. 

Cars 

Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 



, 643 
$3.33 

^ 566 
$4.16 

^ 737 

$3.29 

^ 580 
$4.10 

881 
$3.41 

951 
$3.24 

866 

$2.84 

1.066 
$3.05 

1,070 
$2.66 

1,126 
$2.84 



* 230 

$2.90 

, 169 
$3.80 

, 226 
$2.82 

, 167 
$3.96 

^ 278 
$3.28 

292 
$3.08 

396 
$2.69 

370 
$2.86 

424 
$2.55 

450 
$2.67 



$2.04 

, 4 
$3.08 

13 

^ 2 

$3.23 

^ 7 
$2.29 

27 
$2.73 

52 
$2.35 

* 30 
$2.51 

^ 50 
$2.49 

27 

$2.42 



* 71 
$2.76 

. 45 
$3.67 

. 44 
$2.69 

* 21 

$4.07 

. 50 
$3.11 

63 

$2.79 

68 
$2.34 

58 
$2.52 

78 
$2.43 

86 
$2.39 



A 34 
$2.77 

* 16 
$3.30 

* 40 
$2.35 

^ 23 

$3.71 

. 50 
$3.03 

. 50 
$2.94 

75 
$2.48 

85 
$2.73 

127 
$2.37 

115 
$2.48 



* iQi 

$2.73 

63 
$3.39 

* 84 
$2.63 

. 61 
$3.95 

^ 138 
$2.95 

153 
$2.85 

203 
$2.48 

198 
$2.50 

256 
$2.33 

234 
$2.29 



, 3 
$2.61 

$2.59 

n 

$2.03 

A 5 
$3.78 

A 21 
$2.86 

22 

$2.80 

41 
$2.33 

42 
$2.61 

64 
$2.25 

54 

$1.90 



closed 



^ 6 
$3.14 

24 
$2.15 

* 15 

$4.04 

A 30 
$2.97 

52 

$2.72 

95 
$2.27 

80 
$2.47 

104 
$2.29 

100 
$2.18 



A 70 
$2.81 

47 
$3.80 

A 82 
$2.84 

* 64 
$3.91 

, 100 
$3.19 

125 

$3.04 

166 
$2.50 

136 
$2.79 

176 

$2.66 

167 

$2.44 



closed 



5 
$2.63 

22 

$2.29 

. 20 
$2.34 

A 18 

$2.00 

23 

$2.16 



TOTAL 

1*170 
$3.09 

917 
$3.97 

^258 
.04 

938 
$4.04 

1.555 
$3.29 

i4740 
$3.11 

1:^.66 

2,085 
$2.87 

2,367 

$2.53 

2,382 

$2.63 



Tenple & tangerine averages on tasis 4/5 bu. bcz 



- 46 - 



■am 


yXXUJ 


i L 


a-HLlCJ ■ 


C.S^9. A PER BOX AVERSE 












COMMODITY 
Section 


Sept 


• 


Oct. 


Nov. 


Dec. 


Jen. 


Feb. 


Mar- 


Apr. 


May 


Juoe 


July 


TOTAL 


ORANGES 




























Interior 

Cars - 17 
Avg. * 6.24 


20 
6.94 


155 
6.47 


157 
5.86 


112 
5.64 


133 
6.42 


216 

5.89 


130 
5.55 


130 
6.23 


168 
6.23 


27 
8.10 


has 5 

: 16.10 


Ind. Hiver 

Cars 
Avg. $ 


- 


- 


27 
6.92 


165 
7.00 


123 

6.84 


89 
7.76 


163 
6.83 


175 
6.02 


138 
6.70 


102 
7.29 


43 

9.51 


$L94 


GK^EFEUIT - W H I I 


£ 


























Seed 




























Interior 

Cars 
Avg. 




- 


14 
4.57 


13 
3.91 


7 

3.45 


4 
3.71 


3 

3.02 


1 
2.52 


3 

2.18 


3 
2.23 


1 
2.70 


3.30 


* 49 

$3.70 


Ind. Hiver 

Cars 
Avg. 




- 


^ 


4.64 


3.99 


^ 


3.85 


3.26 


. 


_ 


- 


- 


$3.94 


S e e d 1 e s 


_s 


























Int^rioj, 

Cars 
Avg. 




- 


87 
5.60 


40 
4.72 


16 
3.77 


22 

4.28 


21 
3.46 


37 
3.06 


60 
3.49 


61 
3.40 


115 
3.83 


59 
5.40 


. 518 
$4.23 


Ind. River 

Cexs 
Avg. 




- 


41 
7.54 


139 
5.67 


280 
5.05 


179 

5.43 


279 

4.42 


387 

4.02 


247 

4.17 


259 
4.05 


199 

3.99 


86 
5.30 


2,096 
$4.58 


-Z 1 1 


L 


























Seed 




























Interior 

Cars 
Avg. 




- 


m 


- 


4.10 


- 


1 
2.51 


1 
4.00 


1 
1.93 


- 


4 
2.19 


- 


, 7 
$2.46 


Ind. River 

Cars 
Avg. 




^ 


- 


^ 


- 


^ 


- 


^ 


. 


- 


^ 


- 


- 


S e e d 1 e s 


^ 


























Interior 

Cars 
Avg. 




- 


67 

5.91 


40 
4.17 


10 
3.51 


5 
3.90 


13 
3.24 


18 
3.15 


17 
3.12 


8 

3.03 


18 
2.89 


10 
4.64 


206 
$4.33 


Ind. River 

Cars 
Avg. 




^^ 


31 
6.09 


135 
5.11 


237 
4.35 


132 
4.86 


199 
4.05 


248 
3.65 


154 
3.73 


191 
3.58 


157 
3.23 


85 
3.74 


1,569 
. $4.04 


TEMPLE ORANGES - 4/5 Bu. 


Box 






















All.E^erida 

Cars 
Avg. 




- 


- 


- 


79 

4.05 


150 
3.30 


220 
3.23 


232 

3.83 


56 
3.74 


3 
3.43 


- 


- 


740 
$3.56 


TANGERINES - 4/5 Bu. 


Box 


























All Florida 

Cars 
Avg. 




- 


2.17 


72 
5.42 


501 
3.08 


324 
2.44 


188 
2.99 


76 
3.84 


9 
5.30 


- 


- 


- 


i;3.09 



Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service 



47 



FRESH CiroUS - 



- FIDRIDA EXPORTS Ti/fPnjRTg PiTO. FL ORIDA POSTS. BY COTH'TRY OF OEICTI 

BY WEEKS — 1960-61 ^ASCH ' 



Week 
Ending 



1960 



Sept. 4 
11 
18 
25 

Oct. 2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

Hov. 6 
13 
20 
27 

Ite=. 4 

11 

18 

25 

1961 

Jan. 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

Ibb. 5 
12 
19 
26 

Mar. 5 
12 
19 
26 

4lB 2 

9 
16 
23 

30 

May 7 

14 

21 

28 

Jvne 4 

11 

18 

25 

July 2 

9 

16 

23 

30 



# 



TOTAL 



Commercial 



Orgs 



100 

17,060 
147 
573 
526 
1,487 
532 
140 

377 

1,525 

1,000 

2,346 

724 

1,774 

594 

577 

893 

580 

1,147 

948 

3,968 

1,147 

2,834 

4,328 

4,925 

3,350 

6,875 

2,246 

3,575 

10,030 

2,125 

2,725 



153 



Gfrt 



15,258 
209 
325 

150 



81,328 224,689 



Tangs 



Government 



Orgs 



7,833 




19,512 




31,275 




10,537 


«, 


5,978 


^ 


7,380 


_ 


5,301 


* 


850 


^ 


549 


^ 


515 


^ 


93 


119 


111 




150 




803 


_ 


177 


eo 


4,168 


35 


94 




2,145 


20 


563 


_ 


10,414 


^ 


1,639 


_ 


4,044 


_ 


9,799 


_ 


7,840 


^ 


7,401 


„ 


13,342 


. 


14,290 


^ 


8,348 


^ 


6,428 


_ 


6.273 


_ 


14,992 


_ 


1,600 


_ 


4,303 


- 



234 



2,117 
528 

1,016 
706 
400 

1,368 
528 
894 



528 
812 

400 

1,175 

796 
2,483 

267 

528 
1,127 
1,128 
1,238 

528 

2,478 

1,548 
1,710 
3,118 

2,170 
528 
3,074 
1,056 
2,774 
528 
2,246 



Gfrt Tangs 



Standard Box Basis - - 



1,757 

1,848 
262 

1,263 

54 

528 

2,518 
369 

1,254 



1,001 
1,880 

656 
1,132 

528 
2,350 
1,788 

528 

712 

1,240 

1,268 

528 

1,795 

1,466 

604 
704 

657 
516 
625 
739 

971 



39,797 31,541 



IMPORTS 



ORGS 
Cuba 



GFRT 
Cuba 



80 -lb. Crates 



12,636 

3,752 

649 

17,014 
6,685 

22 

21 
11 
23 

34 

1 

3 

1 



1,071 
12,616 
12,184 
39,806 
34,293 

1,008 
3 



1,125 
4,384 
8,281 
8,361 
3,687 



41,839 25^838 



Canada not included above export data 
#-FuTnished thra the courtesy of the State Inspection Citrus Office, Winter Haven, Florida. 
•-Furnished through the courtesy of the Florida State Plant Board, Gainesville, Florida 



- 48 - 

UNITED STATES RXPORTS OF ITBT^-'^ HBAWCTS*- BY MDFTES 
: .-nn-.Y, \9Pn THHJ JUHE. 1961 

84-111 Boxes 



COUNTBI 



YEAR 



1960 

Canada 
Mexico 
Bemuda 
Babaina.s 

Netherlaad ^tilles 
Netherlands 
Belgium Luxembourg 
France 

Germany, West 
Switzerland 
Norway 
Denmark 
Sweden 

United Kingdom 
Ireland 

Malaya & SingE^ore 
Philippine, Hep. of 
Hong King 
Japan 
Taiwan 
New Zealand 
Nansei-Nanpo Is. 
Others 



TOTALS 



JULY 



583,093 



AUGUST 



SEPTMBIE 



315,904 


269,406 


195,199 


14,098 


14,113 


14,965 


1.104 


481 


357 


1,358 


1,504 


372 


787 


943 


440 


65,244 


25,693 


U,231 


49,802 


19,161 


5,071 


10,113 


5,274 


3,540 


1,322 


- 


— 


1,286 


1,738 


• 


9,322 


396 


.. 


3,933 


869 


687 


217 


~ 


■" 


21,817 


8,112 


709 


3,851 


2,770 


1,936 


79,663 


54,143 


27,301 


B09 


300 


438 


33i 


1,095 


. 


2,427 


264 


- 



OCTOBER 



406,262 262,246 



892 



151 
1,901 
5,863 

532 



21 



NOVEMBER 



429 

418 

814 

5,238 

308 



80 
1,197 



rsEcaiBER 



156,300 


97,705 


331,656 


13,737 


8,513 


5,819 


392 


286 


828 


753 


608 


133 


642 


702 


1,416 



181 ,384 



116,298 



857 

65i 
3,888 
8,542 

217 

18,940 

223 

1,037 



374,212 



COUNTRY 



YEAR 



JANUARY 



FEBRUARY 



MARCH 



APEIL 



M4Y 



JUNE 



1961 



Canada 


313,017 


293,754 


304,629 


298,480 


346,017 


236,920 


Mexico 


7,987 


4,908 


530 


8,426 


10,807 


10,078 


Bennida 


833 


558 


850 


680 


928 


940 


Bahamas 


in 


271 


1,603 


2,192 


2,669 


2.565 


Netherland Antilles 


5,519 


2,014 


2,780 


4,371 


5,569 


3,925 


Netherlands 


.> 


- 


2,124 


10,253 


125,462 


202,006 


Belgium, Luxembourg 


- 


_ 


1,850 


4,976 


47,339 


107,355 


France 


— 


— 


- 


» 


4,662 


61,808 


Germany, West 


*m 


922 


_ 


2,427 


2,863 


3,071 


Switzerland 


_ 


« 


_ 


M 


^ 


_ 


Norway 


. 


«■ 


1,762 


25,779 


8,437 


25,843 


Sweden 


> 


. 


• 


2,796 


1,095 


658 


Denmark 


_ 


M 


^ 


^ 


3,853 


5,323 


Finland 


11,699 


^ 


. 


^ 






United Kingdom 


wm 


_ 


119 


240 


2,184 


565 


Ireland 


- 


- 






261 


261 


Malaya & Singapore 


2,537 


9,414 


5,185 


4,210 


12,614 


26,171 


Philippine, Rep. of 
Hong Kong 


1,460 


J'^^^ 


3,356 


4,063 


1,350 


7,326 


35,140 


37,599 


33,107 


48,405 


38,613 


62,797 


Japan 


296 


578 


369 


1,361 


682 


215 


Taiwan 


_ 


^ 






11,152 




New Zealand 


_ 


^ 


^^ 


18,277 




_ 


Nansei-Nampo Is. 


430 


1,115 


1,324 


1,521 


1,284 


760 


Others 


132 


420 


4,281 


333 


594 


157 



TOTALS 



379,221 



356,004 



363,869 



438,790 



628,435 



•-Oranges & Tangerines 



758,744 



Foreign Agricultural Service, U. S. Dept. of Agricxilture, Washington, D. C. 



49 



UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF FRE5E GRAPEFBUIT - BY MDNTHS 
JULY. 1960 THRU JUIE 1961 



7 8 -lb. Boxes 



CDUKTHY 



YEAR 



JULY 



AUGUST 



SEPTEMBER 



OCTOBER 



NOVEMBER 



KECEl^lBER 



1960 



Canada 


58.749 


59,040 


28.178 


109,097 


161,269 


117,094 


Mexico 


232 


180 


231 


115 


_ 


1,287 


Beimuda 


21 


52 


18 


91 


179 


64 


Bahanas 


- 




- 


- 


75 


> 


Netherland Antilles 


121 


131 


83 


- 


22 


108 


Netherlands 


8,818 


5.452 


2.881 


25,393 


4,953 


— 


Belgium, Liixembourg 


10,980 


1.881 


3,300 


2,419 


4,345 


72 


France 


3,335 


5.771 


5,434 


5.447 


1.430 


623 


Germany, West 


1,460 


4,173 


1,579 


19.871 


11,940 


807 


Switzerland 


1.340 


_ 


_ 


1.328 


1.487 


20 


Norway- 


801 


1,023 


117 


431 


1,056 


62 


Sweden 


417 


- 


- 


10.529 


2,952 


63 


■Denmark 


863 


312 


622 


241 


712 


15 


Finland 


- 


— 


_ 


403 


323 


292 


United Kingdom 


8.491 


2.373 


1,946 


« 


_ 


42 


Ireland 


694 


417 


397 


_ 


256 


. 


Singaoore-Malaya 


47 


^ 


231 


_ 


92 


92 


Eong Kong 


279 


132 


87 


- 


326 


224 


Japan 


1,324 


1,537 


780 


103 


1,032 


1,218 


New Zealand 


_ 


^ 


• 


. 


_ 


. 



Others 



1961 



101 



33 



TOTALS 


98,073 


82,474 


45.917 


175.468 


192.449 


122.083 




COUNTRY 

YEAR 


JANUARY 


FEBRUAta { 


MARCH 


APRIL 


MAY 


JUlffi 



Canada 


174,342 


213,986 


225,263 


234,773 


228,950 


146.461 


Mexico 


731 


77 


356 


279 


974 


910 


Bermuda 


_ 


— 


- 


- 


95 


90 


Baharoas 


_ 


1,213 


117 


210 


137 


- 


Netherland Antilles 


175 


109 


115 


223 


185 


219 


Netherlands 


759 


1,786 


36,721 


56,415 


26.065 


29.015 


Belgium, Luxembovirg 


- 


- 


11.203 


7,156 


9,600 


17,852 


France 


3.210 


3,906 


20,836 


19,871 


12.124 


34,627 


Germany. West 


1,699 


1,822 


12,070 


32,814 


19,563 


2,534 


Switzerland 


— 


— 


1,083 


2,615 


6,527 


8,021 


Norv/ay 


— 


- 


1,678 


1,767 


1,421 


3,375 


Sweden 


683 


2,192 


4,588 


3,085 


2,547 


922 


Demaxk 


— 


155 


2,310 


3,452 


3,816 


2,279 


Finland 


140 


192 


2,208 


462 


744 


- 


United Kingdom 


- 


6,783 


29,898 


42,608 


36.359 


32,475 


Ireland 


416 


M» 


— 


1,689 


1,278 


417 


Singapore-Malaya 


231 


485 


656 


990 


492 


46 


Hong Kong 


140 


- 


92 


691 


115 


37 


Japan 


764 


446 


1,256 


2,431 


2,843 


1,772 


New Zealand 


4,696 


3,461 


3,462 


- 


- 


- 


Others 


256 


257 


- 


13 


328 


38 


TOTALS 


188,242 


236,870 


353,912 


411,544 


354,163 


231,090 



Foreign Agricultiiral Service. U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 



- 50 - 



Size of 
Case 



24/ 2's 
404 s. 700 
48/ 8 oz. 
48/ 6 oz. 
24/ 303 
24/ 13| 02. 
Converbed % 2's 
TOT^S 

Eguiv. Std. Cases 
oTNo. 24/2 cans 



SW (3^T 
SECTIONS 



FLOHIDA Pim-TTrTTnW 07 C^iHNED CITRUS 
1960-61 SEASOIT 



Actual Cases 



UNSW GFHI 
SBCTIOUS 



763,751 
194.586 

3,239,104 
107,534 

4,304,975 

3,858,756 



32,240 
143.909 

32.335 

208,484 

177,694 



BBDZEU 
SECTIONS 



32,826 
302 ,o£ 



CITRUS 
SALAD 



43,345 
30,895 

304.243 



334,887 378,483 
289,319 330,429 



OEMGE 
SECTTIONS 



10,427 

402 

11.953 
'22,782 

25,410 



TAHJ. 
JUICE 



57,328 
392,275 

2,286 



451,889 
552,706 



TMG. 
BLENDS 



442 



442 
556 



24/ 2's 

404 X 700 
48/ 6 oz. 

6/10 's 
24/12 oz. 
24/ 4 oz. 
12/32 oz. 
Coivertel No 
TOTALS 



2's 



es 

CBTB 



9f! GFRT 
JUICE 

575,315 

1,858,334 

379,953 

18,368 

2,967 

8,294 

15.370 

2,858,601 

3,214,161 



UNSW GFRC 
JUICE 

1,062,144 

3,651,411 

328,843 

7,520 

29 ,395 

13,097 

5,092,410 
5,916,709 



SU ORANGE UNSW OEG. 
JUICE JUICE 



Sa BLEND UNSW BLEND 
JUICE JUICE 



1,173,268 

2,891,306 

777,413 

13,602 

20,024 

3,764,957 

9,982 

8,650,552 
6,249,947 



671,577 

2,843,470 

247,907 

32,84i 

8.203 

104.15 5 

3,908,154 

4,547,741 



217,167 

1,052,991 

36.985 

17,540 

1,639 



1,326,322 
1,591.697 



189,221 
1,042,623 



10,755 



1,242.599 
1,508,981 



TOTAL CONVEBIED CASES ALL PIDDUCTS 



28 .,264,106 



Nundber of field boxes of Grapefriiit used for canning Grapefruit Sections 
& Citrus Salad - 1960-61 season 



Nuniber of field toxes of Grapefruit used for canning Gragpefruit Juice, 
Combination Juice & Tangerine Blends 



Number of field boxes of Oranges used for canning Orange Juice, 
Combination Juice, Sections & Citrus Salad 



Number of field boxes of Tangerines used for canning Tangerine 
Jxiice & Blends 



3,179,805 

7,866,350 

7,308.424 

404,130 



PBOCESSED CONCENTR/iTED OEMGE JUICE & FBOZEN CONCENTRATED ORMGE JUICE & TROTM GRSPZ- 
FBUIT iaroUAL PACKS IN TBE STATE OF FLORIDA 



Year 



PBOCESSED 
CONCENTRATED 
OBANCa JUICE 



FROZEN 
CONCENTRATED 
ORANGE JUICE 



FROZEN 

GRAPEFRUIT 

CONCENTRATE 



Gallons 



Gallons 



Gallons 



1950-51 
1951-52 
1952-53 
1953-54 
1954-55 
1955-56 
1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 
1359-60 
1960-61 



2,529.671 

1,897,848 

536,660 

1,339,222 

1.531,449 

1,085,697 

1,801,283 

1,149,081 

547,280 

377,877 

154,911 



30,757,656 
44,030.633 
46,553,695 
65,531,204 
64,685,956 
70.224.053 
72,011,741 
57,150,566 
79,910,670 
78,149,306 
84,298,114 



187.903 
1.097,564 
1,226,485 
1,656.469 
1,155,314 
2,511,831 
2,949,072 
3,330,301 
4,952,488 
1,613,462 
3,841,462 



Furnished through the courtesy of the Florida Canners' Association, Winter Haven, Florida. 



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FLORIDA PBODUCTIOH OF CITRUS CONCEITTBAIE 
1960-61 SEASON 



Size of 
Case 



FROZEN 
ORANGE 



PFOCESED 
ORAKGE 



FROZEN 
GRAPEFRUIT 



PROCESSED 
GRAPEFRUIT 
& TANG. 



FHDZEN 
BLEND 



FROZEN 
TMG. 



48/ 6 oz. 
24/ 6 oz. 

24/12 02. 

Otioep §WP§ Convert- 
ed to 4o/6 oz. 

12/32 oz. 

Other sizes convert- 
ed to 12/32 oz. 

Total Cases 
All Sizes 



Total size 
ed to Ga 



; con-vert- 
.lons 



Bvdk Gallons 

Gross Gallons 
Less Reprocessed Gal- 

Net Gallons 



21,289,917 
9,570 

8,630,751 

73,758 
1,340,581 

592,913 

31,937,490 

73,298,705 

25.826.953 

99,125,658 
-14,827,544 

84,298,114 



Various 
Sizes 



SA 
US 

SA 
US 

US 



23,215 

15,500 

375,263 

158,204 

9,996 



SA 
US 

SA 
US 



1,011 
21,570 

87,568 
197,618 



19,651 
248,146 



Various 
Sizes 



SA 80,202 
US 22;207 



154,911 
154,911 



684,587 

1,016,975 
3.025,701 

4,042,676 
-201.214 

3,841,462 



307,767 267,797 

371,640 323,378 

i,598 1.338.424 

41,232 376,238 1,661,802 
-120,654 -255,10 8 

41,232 255,584 1,406,694 



•-Includes 21,285 Processed 
Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for canning Frozen Grapefruit. 

Processed Grapefrait & Frozen Blended Concentrate 1960-61 season 

Number of field boxes of Oranges used for canning Frozen Orange Concen- 
trate, Processed Orange & Frozen Blended Concentrate 

Number of field boxes of Tangerines used for canning Frozen 

Tangerine Concentrate 



CHIT.T.TTn CITRUS PEOIUCTS 
•* Number of field boxes of Oranges used for Chilled Juice 

*• Number of field boxes of Oranges used for Chilled Orange 
Sections and Salad 

*• Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for Chilled Juice 

•• Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for Chilled Grape- 
fruit Sections and Salad 

•• Thru Sept. 2, 1961. 



Tangerine 
3,603,141 

56,038,736 

1,182,837 

5,678,701 
618,745 
139,211 

1,055,899 



CONCENTRATED PBOCESSED GRiffEFRUIT , FROZEN BLENDED CONCENTRATE & 
— CONCENTRATE - 1950/51-1960761 - INCLUSIVE 



FROZEN TMGERINE 



Year 



PBOCESSED 
GRAPEFRUIT 



FROZEN 
BLEND 



PROCESSED 
BLEND and 
TiNGERraE 



FFOZEN 
TANGERINE 



1950-51 

1951-52 
1952-53 
1953-54 
1954-55 
1955-56 
1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 



Gallons 


Gallons 


Gallons 


147,707 


245,105 


1,060 


16,112 


535.703 


- 


50.563 


479,745 


- 


55,372 


965.430 


- 


31,860 


560.545 


- 


30 , 719 


954,142 


25,055 


59,105 


596,731 


32,431 


107,896 


506,915 


_ 


165,115 


689,521 


188,154 


27,390 


284,276 


- 


19,947 


255,584 


21,285 



Gallons 



349,161 
551.397 
443,105 
877,011 
618.986 
792,516 
146,576 

1,151.782 
319,671 

1,406,694 



Furnished through the courtesy of the Florida Canners' Association. Winter Eaven, Florida. 



52 



Cc5ntainer 
Description 



rmTPATWTOS — BY gum OF CITHJS 

SEASOJ!- Aug. 1, I960 -- July 31, 1961 

- In Terms of 1-3/5 Bu. Boxes - 



ORAN&ES 

_ . I Ind. " 
en or I Hiver 



In- 
ter 



GEiiPEFHJIT 



In-. 
tenor 



Hiver 



TANGERINES 



ten 



enor 



IXid. 
Eiver 



In. 
ze: 



TOTAL 



enor 



"Tpdian 
Eiver 



NAILED BOXES 

1-3/5 Bu. (1 Bx) 
4/5 Bu. (1/2 Bk) 


347 
1127 


- 


919 
12 


10 


2 

10546 


- 


1268 
11685 


10 


WIHEBOUND BOXES 

1-3/5 Bu. (1 Bx) 
4/5 Bu. (1/2 Bx) 


2603571 
4195237 


353 
577592 


3934959 
1715716 


107 
107763 


7456 
2756541 


19479 


6545986 
8667494 


460 
704834 


MESH BAGS 

4/5 Bu. (1/2 Bx) 

20-lb. (1/4 Bx) 

8-lb. (I/IO Bx) 

5-lb. (1/16 Bx) 

3-lb. (1/25 Bx) 


469 

88100 

221411 

644957 


368 

26 

549 


28631 
400410 
294811 


251 

997 
509 


441 
1151 


- 


469 

116731 

621821 

940209 

1151 


619 
1023 
1058 


BASKETS 
1-Bu. (5/8 Bx) 


- 


- 


- 


50 


- 


- 


- 


50 


FILM BAGS 
8-lb. (1/10 Bx) 
5-lb. (1/16 Bx) 
3-lb. (1/25 Bx) 


19839 

519406 

22 


35430 


70390 
669350 


48310 


- 


- 


90229 

1188756 

22 


83740 


COEHUGAl'ED BOXES 



















4/5 Bu. (1/2 Bx) 1501835 483134 1199566 4753036 65195 1095 2766556 5242265 



CONSUMER 


8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8 


- 


GRAND TOTAL 
By Containers 


9796299 1097452 


8314764 


4916033 


2841332 


20574 


20952395 


6034059 


BULK 


633769 142776 


199560 


284836 


53280 


9760 


886609 


437372 


TOTAL 
Interior & 
Ind. Eiver 


10430068 1240228 


8514324 


5200869 


2894612 


30334 


21839004 


6471431 



Made available 
through the courtesy of the Citrus Inspection Division, Winter Haven, Florida 



- 53 - 



CONTAINERS — BY KIND OF CITRUS 
SEASON- Aug . 1 . 1960 — July 31 . 1961 -CONSOLIDATED HSFOBT 

- In Terms of 1-3/5 Bu. Boxes - 



Container Description 



OBANGES 



GHAPEFEUIT 



TANGERINES 



TOTAL 



NATT.KD BOXES 

1-3/5 Bu. 
4/5 Bu. 



(1 Box) 
(1/2 Box) 



347 
11 27 



929 
12 



2 

10546 



1278 
11685 



WIHEBOUND BOXES ^ 
1-3/5 Bu. (1 Box) 



4/5 Bu. 



(1/2 Box) 



2603924 
4772829 



3935066 
1823479 



7456 
2776020 



6546446 
9372328 



MESH BAGS 

4/5 Bu. 

20-lt. 

8-lb. 

5-lb. 

3-lb. 



(1/2 Box) 

(1/4 Box) 

(l/lO Box) 

(1/16 Box) 

(1/25 Box) 



469 


- 


- 


469 


88468 


28882 


- 


117350 


221437 


401407 


- 


622844 


645506 


295320 


441 


941267 


^ 


_ 


1151 


1151 



BASKTJS 
1-Bu. 



(5/8 Box) 



50 



50 



FILM BAGS 
8-lb. 
5-lb. 
3-lb. 



(1/10 Box) 
(1/16 Box) 
(1/25 Box) 



19839 


70390 


564836 


717660 


22 


. 



90229 

1272496 

22 



CORRUGATED BOIES 
4/5 Bu. (1/2 Box) 



1984939 



5957602 



66290 



8008831 



CONSIMilH 


8 


- 


- 


8 


GRAND TOTAL 
By Containers 


10893751 


13230797 


2861906 


26986454 


BULK 


776545 


484396 


63040 


1323981 


TOTAL 
Interior & 
Ind. River 


1167D296 


13715193 


2924946 


28310435 



Made aivailable 
through the co'ortesy of the Citrus Inspection Division, Winter Haven, Florida 



- 54 







DELIVERED CANNERY PRICES 










1960-61 SEASON 










Advertising and 


inspection tax not 


included 




Week 
Ending 


R AN 


G E S 


GRAPEFRUIT 


TANGERINES 


CONCENTRATE | 


JUICE 


JUICE 


SECTIONS 


JUICE 


1960 


Average Price 


Average Price 


Average Price 


Average Price 


Average Price 


10/ 1 
8 












15 












22 




$ 1.75000 


$ .33864 






29 




1.85000 


.51997 






11/ 5 




2.17161 


.55603 






12 




2.43085 


.68116 






19 




2.44166 


.82306 


$ 1.58607 




26 




2.60434 


.86390 


1.53472 


$ 1.44250 


12/ 3 


$ 2.69315 


2.66143 


.82570 


1.59079 


.52452 


10 


2.55611 


2.74242 


1 .88302 


1.56812 


.61250 


17 


2.55293 


2.89634 


1 ,93437 


1.51870 


.90677 


24 


2.68946 


3.04203 


1 .94188 


1.57756 


1.16794 


31 

1961 


2.74165 


3.09599 


1.01855 


1.56839 


- 


1/ 7 


2.89843 


3.15185 


1.09583 


1.52396 


1.24472 


14 


2.95132 


3.17272 


1.06123 


1.53178 


1.04488 


21 


3.17574 


3.38551 


1.04732 


1.53148 


.91714 


28 


3.37470 


3.30388 


.96448 


1.53914 


.78169 


2/ 4 


3.49703 


3.19009 


.90505 


1.52334 


.64067 


11 


3.62291 


3.01629 


.84646 


1.50531 


.60000 


18 


3.76705 


3.28029 


.84824 


1 .49946 




25 


3.89725 


3.35497 


.86486 


1.53451 


_ 


3/ 4 


3.94015 


3.35605 


.86589 


1.48850 


_ 


11 


3.85533 


2.87873 


.78504 


1.42585 


1.00000 


18 1 


3 54211 


3.10042 


.64414 


1.27095 




25 1 


3.16234 


2.82666 


.55933 


1.21394 




4/ 1 1 


3.40777 


2.82045 


.55570 


1.06409 




8 1 


3.30377 


2.82425 


.57361 


.97736 




15 1 


3.42482 


2.91714 


.59749 


.93446 




22 1 


3.30223 


2.87338 


.65094 


.87358 




29 I 
5/ 6 1 


3.48755 


2.82060 


.73593 


.75000 




3.55512 


2.93118 


.89316 






13 1 


3.46815 


2.98107 


1.00774 






20 I 


3.72709 


3.19541 


1.07329 






27 1 


3.85890 


3.37351 


1 .04303 






6/ 3 1 


3.87210 


3.52360 


1 .03667 






10 1 


3.85826 


3.22178 


.90539 






17 1 


3.67656 


3.02257 


.72981 






24 1 


3.70810 


3.42500 


.77711 






7/ 1 I 
8 1 


3.60001 




.60000 






15 












22 












29 1 












8/ 5 












12 












19 












26 












9/11/60 

SEASONAL 

with 
Adjustmen 


3.46947 
ts 


2.95767 


.86072 


1.49957 


.93527 



,, , ,, , Made available 

through the courtesy of the Florida Canners' Association. Winter Haven. Florida 



- 55 - 

IOT.AL UmSEE OF ALL CITHJS TEEES MD VING FROM yiUBSERIES W FIOBIDA 

AS REFOBTSD TO THE mJHSERY IrTSPECIOH, STAT E TLANT BOMD 

Gainesville, Florida 

July 1. 1959 to June 30. 1960 
ALL CITHJS 



Variety 



Fo • Trees 





Oranges 




Grapefruit 




Mandajrins or Kid Glove 




Tangelos 




Limes 






Lemons 






Ivliscellaneous 






Total 


ORANGES 






Variety 




No. Trees 


Valencias 




817,072 


Hamlins 




568.457 


Pineapples 




370,481 


Parson Brown 




87,550 


Queen 




66,958 


Navels 




36,456 


Lue Gim Gong 




19,324 


Delicious 




4,634 


Pope Sumner 




3,913 


Jaffa 




652 


Miscellaneous 




11 , 697 


Total 




1.987,184 


MAIIDARIN OR KID 


GLOVE 




Variety 




No. Trees 


Temples 




53 , 148 


Tangerines 




46,828 


Murcctt Eoney 




184,581 


Satsuicas 




14,087 


King 




2,794 


Ponkan 




475 


Miscellaneous 




147 


Total 




302,060" 


Tangelos 






Orlando 


37,293 




Minneola 


5,899 




Seminole 


191 




Miscellaneous 


20.903 




Total . 


• • • • 


. 64,286 


Kumquat s 




7,542 



1,987,184 








134,885 








302,060 








64,286 








13,858 








20,819 








15.984 








2,539,076 








GEAPKi'RLJIT 






Variety 




N 


D. Trees 


Marsh 






100,064 


Dimcan 






9,774 


Thonwson 
Red Seedy 






7,292 






5,441 


Red Seedless 






4,116 


Foster 






486 


Davis Seedless 






228 


Isle of Pine 






109 


Royal 






53 


McCarty 






3 


Lliscellaneous 






7,319 


Total 






134,885 


LIMES 4 


LEf/TONS 




Variety 




No 


. Trees 


T.imfiR 








Tahiti (Persian) 
Key (Mexican) 


11 


,482 




1 


,350 




Bearss 




399 




Rangour 




213 




Ivliscellaneous 




414 




Total 


• 


• • • 


13,858 


Lemons 








Meyer 


11 


,408 




Avon 


5,016 




Sicily 


1 


,916 




Messina 




711 




Ponderosa 




480 




Harvey 




251 




Villafranca 




69 




Miscellaneous 




968 




Total 


. . . 


• • • 


20.819 


sland limequat 21 ) , 






8.442 



Miscellaneous Citrus - calarcondin, limequats (Lakeland limequat 

shaddock and other citrus 

Cocgsiled by the Department of AgricvLLtviral Economics - Agriciiltural 
Experinent Station - Ifaiversity of Florida - Gainesville, Florida 



L. c. 1. shipments of 'mixed' cars (consolidated into carlots) via express for 
Florida totaled 4,723 for the 1960-61 season. 

The average rail load of Florida citrus for the 1960-61 season (as conjiiled hy 
the Florida Citrus Exchange at Tanya, Florida) wais 505-6 hoxes. 
Segregated: Oranges 497.5 - Gre^jefruit 509.3 - Tangerines 521.9. 

The conversion factor of 500 hoxes — used in converting truck shipments to 
carlots. 



C ITHJS SHIPPING HOLIDAY - "This regulation prohibits the shipping and packing 

of all varieties of oranges, gre^jefruit, tanger- 
ines and tangelos between the production area and 
any point outside thereof in the continental 
United States, Canada or Mexico for the period 
"beginning at 12:01 a/m, e. s. t., Dec. 23, 1960 
to 12:01 a/m, e. s- t., Dec. 29, 1961." 

Shitanents exempt from this regulation ; 
Express shipments of the gift package type. 
Exports to foreign countries other than Canada or Mexico 

Shipments for use within Florida, except shipments west of the Suwannee Eiver. 
Shipments for canned or frozen products or beverage base. 
Shipments for charity or Government relief. 

By Marketing Agreement Committees, 
Lakeland, Florida. 



Detailed auction data for California citrus for the 1960-61 season may be 
obtained frcsn the Federal-State Market News Service, 300 Wholesale Terminal 
Building, Los Angeles, California. 

Comnercial shipments of citrus from Texas were again considerably heavier in 
1960-61. L. c. 1. shipments of 'mixed' citrus - via express - from Texas 
totaled 419 cars. By months as follows: Nov. . 46 - Dec . 276 - Jan. . 52 - 
Feb., 33 - Max., 12 - cars. 

Additional information on Texas citrus may be obtained from H. E. Winfrey, 
Market News Service, U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, P.O. Box # 13, 
Weslaco, Texas. 



ooooo 000000 ooooo 



miTED STATSS UTAHIMENT OF AGHICULriEE 
Agricultural Jtorketing Service 

and the 

TWBlm STATE mEKETING BUREAU 

Cooperating 



laEKET mws sm-iCE on fbuits & veqetablss 



SIMIARY OF 1961-62 <^A9m 

by 

H. F, Willson 



Lakeland, Florida « . , 

October 8, 1962 



\. 



■ \ 



K 

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fOEETOHJ 



The inforiEation contained herewith 
has been compiled from the daily citrus 
bulletins issued at Lakeland, Florida and 
from various reports released by the Agri- 
cultural Marketing Service; the Foreign 
Agricultural Service; the Citrus Inspect- 
ion Division, Florida Department of Agri- 
culture; the Federal-State Frost Warning 
Service; the Florida Citrus Commission; 
the Florida Citrus Exchange; the Florida 
Citrus Mutual; the Florida Canners' Ass'n, 
the Department of Agricultural Economics, 
Agricultural Experiment Station, Univer- 
sity of Florida; and the State Plant 
Board of Florida. 

Shipments, unloads, & other similar 
data for the 1961-62 season are subject to 
revision on account of late and corrected 
reports which are not yet available. Again, 
as in previous years, every effort has 
been nade to include data in the annual 
citrus soirmary which will be of most value 
to the Industry. V»e have endeavored to 
include basic statistics suitable for 
conjarisons with past seasons. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Page 
Numper 

General Conments 

Carlot Shipiaents by Weeks - 1961-62 & 1960-61 Seasons 

Eail and Boat - Oranges & tangerines 1 

H " '• - Grapefruit 2 

" >• '• - Mixed Citrus 3 

Mixed Car Analysis, Florida Bail Shipments, 1961-62 season 4 

Florida Citrus Shipments - iSail, Boat & Truck 5 

Total Shipnents, Florida Citrus- .1961-62 & 1960-61 Seasons 6 

Arizona-California-Texas, Truck- Shipments, Citrus, 1961-62 Season 7 

Production - Oranges & Grapefruit — 1889-1961 8-11 

n n 11 n - Florida 1942/43-1961/62 12 

Production & Utilization - Florida Citrus 1957/58-1960/61 .... 13 

'• <• " - California Citrus " " .... 14 

•» •! " - Tex., Ariz., & la. Citrus " " .... 15 

•« " " - Total U. S. Citrus " " .... 16 

Florida Citrus Used by Canners - 1961-62 Season 17 

Florida Equivalent 'On Tree' Prices, Oranges, Grapefruit & Tangerines .... 18-23 

Ifaloads Eail cS: Truck, Citrus, 41 U. S. Cities & 5 Canadian Cities 24-27 

•» Bail Only - Citrus - Miscellaneous U. S. Cities 28 

Weighted Average Auction Prices — Florida - By Months 29 

" " •' " •• Oranges 30-34 

" " " " '• Grapefruit 35-43 

" " " " '» Itengerines 44-45 

" " " " •• By Markets Past 10 Years ... 46-47 

Exports - Florida Citrus, Fresh — By Weeks, 1961-62 Season 48 

Iii5)orts - Citrus - into Florida - By Country of Origin 48 

Eelivered Cannery Prices - 1961-62 Season 49 

U. S. Exports - Fresh Citrus - July, 1961 through June. 1962 50-51 

Containers - Florida - By Kind of Citrus 52-53 

Florida Canners' Association — Production Data 54-55 

Citrus Trees Moved from Florida Nurseries 56 



UNITED STATES I2EPARTMENT OF AC21ICULTUBE 
Agricultural llarketing Service 

£Lnd the 
FLORIDA STATE MAEIETmG BUREAU 
Cooperating 



MAEEET KEWS SERVICE OK FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 



MARKETING FIOEIDA CITRUS 
SUM/AHY OF 1961-62 SEASDN 



Daily market reports on citrus were issxaed at Lakeleuid, Florida 
from October 9, 1961 to June 27, 1962 inclusive 



GENERAL COtaMENTS 

The 30 percent increase in Florida's orange production - or nearly 1/3 more 
than the 1960-61 figure of 86,700,000 boxes - was the State's most imposing citrus de- 
velopment and discussed topic of the 1961-62 season. A 100 million box orange crop 
that had been talked about for several seasons as Florida's potential became history 
with the U.S.D.A. Statistical Reporting Service July 1, 1962 estimate of 113 million 
boxes. Despite the prolonged drought periods throughout most of the State's citrus 
producing areas during a greater part of the growing period and a general freeze in 
late December, 1961 - most acreage far exceaded early expectations by over picking 
all during the season and offset any losses by sidverse weather. 

The veiy light California orange crop and the January disastrous freeze in 
Texas were major favorable factors in the marketing of Florida citms in 1961-62. How- 
ever, within the past 10-year period, there were 3 consecutive seasons vHien the total 
United States production of oranges was nearly the saae as '61-62. These occurred in 
1954-55, 1955-56 and 1956-57. In these seasons however, California's orange production 
was nearly double what it was in 1961-62. 

In coc^jarison with the season preceding, Florida's fresh orange and grape- 
fruit shipments increased substantially, particularly oranges - and there was a heavy 
pack of most processed products, with frozen orange concentrate in very large volume. 
An unusually wide distribution, as emphasized by much heavier fresh Florida citrus re- 
ceipts to the more distant points was the pattern for the season and verified by the 
weekly detailed combined rail and truck receipts report covering the major markets in 
the United States. The 'piggy-back' method in railroad transportation continued the 
weekly heavy schedules of solid train-loads to eastern seaboard markets, but no ap- 
preciable increase in piggy-back cars of Florida citrus to midwestern cities was in 
evidence during the 1961-62 season. 



The remarkably long harvesting period was most helpful to the fresh citrus 
industry in the State. In fact, as late as the week ending Aug. 30, 1962, approxittate- 
ly 1/3 of all receipts of fresh oranges in the New York City area were from Florida and 
the wind-up of the '61-62 season, along with the opening of '62-63 almost coincided. 
Exports of fresh oranges (exclusive of Canada) more than doubled, with grapefruit ap- 
proaching twice the volume of the season previous. Orange prices were relatively good 
for early and midseason fruit and, for the early part of the Valencia season but then 
fell off sharply. Both Florida grapefruit and tangerines enjoyed much better marketing 
positions than oranges, and an effective volime pro-rate was placed in operation for 
Indian River grapefruit. Texas was eliminated as a fresh grapefruit competitor follow- 
ing the devastating freeze in January, 1962. Florida's tangerine crop dropped nearly 
1,000,000 boxes from 1960-61 and there were 14 years during the past 20 when the State 
had more tangerines- 

Preliminary production figures (July, 1962 estimate by the Statistical Be- 
porting Service of the U. S. Department of Agriciilture) placed Florida's orange crop 
at 113,000,000 boxes - grapefruit at 35,000,000 and tangerines at 4,000,000 - for a 
grand total of 152,000,000 boxes of fresh citrus. A further breakdown placed Early & 
Midseason oranges at 52,500,000 - Valencias at 56,000,000 - Temples 4,500,000 - Seed- 
less grapefruit 23,800,000 and 'other' or Seedy grapefruit 11,200,000 boxes. Compared 
with the previous season, there were neaxly 30 additional million boxes of Florida 
citrus - with oranges and particularly Valencias - making up most of the increase. 
Specifically, Tenples increased 1/2 million boxes. Early & Midseason oranges 5 1/2 
million, Valencias 20,300,000 and Seedless grapefruit 4,600,000. Tangerines and Seedy 
grapefruit decreased, with tangerines 900,000 boxes less and 'other' grapefruit 
1,200,000 under a year ago. Even though Florida grapefrmt increased materially over 
the '60-61 crop, there have been 5 seasons in the past 20 when the State had sub- 
stantially more grapefruit than in 1961-62. 

Plantings of citrus trees in the State for the year ending June 30, 1961 
were again heavy, and set an all-time record for the 33-year period beginning with 
the 1928-29 season. Varieties, which exceeded the 1958-59 heavy plantings, were 
■felencias, Eamlins, Queen and Pope Sumner oranges - Maroh Seedless & Thompson seed- 
less, and Tangelos. 

Florida' s combined total of fresh citrus shipments was much heavier than 
in 1960-61, or 13,364 cars more, -wiiich represent commercial shipments only. For the 
first time. I.e. 1 express shipments were tabiilated by months and reported separately 
in contrast to previous seasons ■vrtien 'mixed citrus* shipments included the State's 
1. c 1 express movement by days and weeks. Orange shipments showed the largest increase 
with nearly 10,000 additional cars - or 9,871 to be exact. Grapefruit accounted for 
nearly 1/2 the increase of oranges - or 4,429 cars above '60-61. With the relatively 
li^t crop of tangerines, there was a decrease of nearly 1,000 cars from the previous 
year - or a decline of 938. All comparisons for oranges, grapefruit and tangerines in- 
clude the proper proportion of 'mixed' cars (exclusive of all Florida consolidated l.c.l 
express cars for both years) . For the 1961-62 season, the percentage of shipments 
that moved from the State was 69 via truck and 31 via rail- 

Seasonal auction averages for Florida citrus showed considerable variation 
during the 1961-62 season. The volume of oranges sold at auction increased slightly, 
but the average seasonal price for all auctions was the lowest in the past 5 years - 
or $5.09 per standard box for 2,509 cars compared to $6.48 for 2,290 cars the preced- 
ing year. Grapefruit, on the other hand, had the highest seasonal auction average of 
the past 4 years at $4.49 for 3,773 cars and the volume down nearly 700 cars from 
'60-61 - or compared to 4,445 cars for an average of $4.32. Temple orange volume at 
auction was about on a par with the past 5 years, but the average was the lowest for 
this period at $2.88 per 1/2 box for 703 cars compared to '60-61 season with 740 cars 



averaiging $3.56- Tangerines were the exception, with hoth the volume and price xsp 
from a year ago. There were 1,353 cars of Florida tangerines sold at auction for a 
seasonal average of $3.69 per 1/2 box in contrast to 1,170 cars at $3.09 the preceding 
year. 

The combined cannery utilization in 1961-62, as corrrpiled by the Florida 
Citrus ConEoission, sat an all-time record, with nearly 110,000,000 boxes through July 31, 
1962 - or 109,722,664 boxes, with soufi plants still operating on a small scale in 
August- The peak weeks for oranges were not in the 3,000,000 box classification, but 
substantially above 4./>00,000 boixes, or for the weeks ending Jan. 20th and 27th re- 
spectively. In addition, there were 14 weeks in the 3,000,000 plus class with some 
weeks just missing the 4,000,000 majk. All weeks in January and February exceeded the 
3,000,000 box nark. The 2nd heavy orange utilization period started the last week in 
April with 3,638,381 boxes and continued in the 3,000,000 plus bracket through the week 
ending Jxme 16, 1962. During this 2nd heavy utilization period, there were 2 weeks 
ending May 12th and May 19th respectively, Tvhen each week's total was more than 
3,950,000. For grapefruit, there was only one week (ending Mar. 10th) wiien the amount 
utilized was more than 1,000,000 boxes. There were 3 weeks preceding the holidays 
which were in the 400 to 500 thousand box bracket. Beginning in the 1st week of 1962 
and continuing through the week ending Apr.2Ist,the weekly grapefruit used ranged from 
a trifle over 400,000 to the peak week of over 1,000,000 boxes. There were only 3 weeks 
when the tajigerine utilization exceeded 100,000 boxes, or those ending Dec. 16, 1961, 
Jan 6th and Feb. 3rd, 1962 respectively. As with shipments, the cannery utilization 
was much heavier for oranges, substantially more for grapefruit, and considerably under 
on tangerines, than the yeax before. 

The delivered cannery prices (furnished by the Florida Canners' Association) 
show a sharp break in the seasonal average in 1961-62 compared to the season previous - 
or were much lower for all classifications except for tangerines which regained within 
.05j!! of the average price a year ago. The seasonal orange delivered price was approxi- 
mately $1.21 a box under the sensationally high season average of 1960-61. Oranges 
used for concentrate in '61-62 average $2.25479 a box compared to $3.46947 a year ago 
and |2i53841 two years ago. The difference in the juice average was also similar but 
not quite so pronounced - or $1.93894 compared to $2.95767 the season before and 
$2.01367 in 1959-60. The low point for concentrate oranges occurred the last few weeks 
of the '61-62 season. However, the breaking point was following the week ending Mar. 
10th. Prices started out strong during the week ending Dec. 9th or above a $2.30 aver- 
age, and ranged from that to nearly $2.90 for the peak. The 2 high Treeks of the season 
were those ending Feb. 10th and 17th respectively, with averages of $2.86002 and 
$2.87075. The price of juice oranges ranged in the $1.60 to $1.70 average bracket for 
the first 3 weeks of the season, or Oct. 14th through the 28th. Prices increased 
to core than $2.00 by the week ending Nov. 18th and remained above $2.00 through the 
week of Mar. 3rd. This was followed by a consistent decline to the end of the season, 
or the week ending Aug. 8th, when the average was less than $1.25 per box delivered in. 
G-rapefruit for juice was the most regular in price following the opening 4 weeks, or 
the weeks ending Oct. 14th through Nov. 4th. With very few exceptions, the average 
held in the .400 to .50(!( bracket. For 7 weeks, following the Texas freeze, or be- 
ginning with the week ending Jan. 20th and extending through the week ending Ifer. 3rd, 
prices were above .EO^ per box. Top average for the season occurred for the week end- 
ing Feb. 24th with .58232. Price per field box for grapefruit sections ranged from a 
high of $1.34101 for the week ending Feb. 17th to a low of 0.820000 towards the close 
of the season, with the average for the season of $1.13368. Juice tangerines varied 
from a delivered low prices of 0.35000 for the week ending Apr. 7th to a top of 
$1.23219 for the week ending Jan. SOth. 

The 1961-62 frozen concentrate orange pa^k reach an unprecedented hi^ of more 



than 116 million gallcJM.an inaraase from the previous record of 1960-61 of nearly 
32,000,000 gallons. CSiilled orange juice continued the consistent steady increase 
in volune of recent seasons, and accounted for 7,297,700 field 1)0X66. Sections and 
salads showed only a veiy slight increase or 672,182 boxes were used. The ninber of 
field boxes used for chilled grapefruit juice more than doubled or totaled 336,662 in 
1961-62 in contrast to only 139,211 in '60-61. The pack of chilled grapefruit sections 
and salads rerrained practically the same as the year before. 

Distribution of fresh citrus shipments from the State in 1961-62 was tabu- 
lated in the seme pattern as a year ago, with the 41 U> S. cities and 5 Canadian cities 
showing rail and truck for all states, and sijqpplemented by 'rail only' for the remaind- 
er of the 100 cities. Tor the 41 cities in the United States, unloads of Florida orang- 
es totaled 7,275 rail and 11,481 truck - a grand total of 18,756 cars, or nearly 1/2 of 
the total unloads by all states of origin, as well as considerably more than 1/2 of 
Florida's shipments, Florida had, 106 cars rail and 1,058 truck unloads of oranges in 
the 5 Canadian cities compared to the total rail of 2,456 and truck 1,493. California 
accounted for most of the rail unloads to Canada and even Arizona more than doubled 
Florida's rail receipts to these 5 Canadian cities. In the United States, Mexico with 
74 cars and Israel 44, were the only foreign covmtries represented with unloads. It 
was a different situation in Canada, vAiich had the following countries represented - 
Japan, Israel, South Africa, Italy, Formosa, China and Greece. 

Fldrida' s unloads of grapef niit in the 41 U. S. cities accounted for consider- 
ablly more than 1/2 of the State's total shipments and exceeded 3/4s of the unloads from 
all states of origin. In the 5 Canadian cities, Florida rail and truck totaled 2,819 
cars in contrast to 2,970 from all states, or Florida heid approximately 95 percent of 
the grapefruit iinloads. Foreign countries with gre^efruit unloads in either United 
States or Canada in '61-62 were conspicous by an absence. The only grapefruit unloads 
reported as originating from a foreign country was Central America with 5 cars in 
Canada. 

As usual, Florida accounted for the 'lions shaxe' of the tangerine unloads in 
both the United States and Canada. For the Ifaited States, Florida had 3,123 cars out 
of a total of 3,820, ^ile in Canada the total was 265 of the total 332. However, more 
states are represented in the tangerine unloads to a greater degree. As an example, 
California was in the 500 car classification, or 496 to be exact, for the 41 cities, 
with Mexico next in line with 104 cars for the 41 U. S. cities, and 66 for the 5 Canad- 
ian points. There were nearly 3,000 cars of 'mixed' citrus from Florida received in 
the 41 U. S. cities. A 

As to the miscellaneous U. S. cities, the unloads of Florida citrus via 
rail only were as follows: oranges 394, grapefruit 248, tangerines 67 and 'mixed' 
cars 7. 



For 1. c. 1 shipments of 'mixed' cars via express and the 
average rail loai of Florida citrus for the 1961-62 season 

See Page Ho. 57 



MINIMIK lEMPEBATURES - COLIEST TATES - Ij077 GK)UND LOCATIONS 
SELECTED FLORIDa. CITHJS WEAIHEB STATIONS 

1961-62 SEASON 



Station 



December, 1961 



26 



29 



30 



31 



January, 1962 



13 



March, 1962 



18 



Citra 


24" 


32° 


25" 


29° 


29° 


30° 


24° 


32° 


33° 


33^ 


DeLand 


28 


28 


20 


29 


27 


30 


27 


31 


35 


35 


Mims 


29 


29 


22 


29 


31 


33 


23 


31 


34 


37 


Friiitland Park 


25 


30 


20 


32 


29 


31 


24 


29 


31 


36 


Eustis, East 


27 


32 


22 


31 


30 


29 


26 


32 


31 


35 


Fcrest City 


27 


34 


23 


31 


30 


29 


27 


31 


34 


36 


Howey 


25 


32 


22 


30 


28 


28 


26 


30 


31 


34 


Pickard 


27 


33 


22 


31 


31 


31 


27 


32 


34 


35 


Conway 


28 


34 


22 


31 


31 


31 


29 


32 


34 


37 


Brooksville 


26 


32 


22 


34 


31 


32 


26 


34 


32 


38 


Passadena 


25 


34 


23 


33 


31 


30 


27 


33 


28 


36 


Valrico 


28 


38 


27 


37 


34 


32 


28 


40 


31 


41 


Denham 


23 


32 


22 


32 


28 


27 


24 


39 


26 


33 


Elfers 


26 


36 


26 


34 


32 


30 


28 


40 


27 


34 


Parrish 


30 


38 


29 


40 


34 


34 


29 


42 


32 


42 


Sarasota 


24 


38 


28 


40 


33 


29 


27 


44 


28 


37 


Lakeland # 2 


26 


33 


23 


34 


34 


32 


26 


34 


29 


38 


Polk City 


22 


34 


19 


31 


29 


23 


22 


33 


26 


31 


Lake Alfred 


27 


36 


22 


32 


32 


30 


25 


33 


29 


37 


Iferrmoth 


26 


33 


23 


32 


32 


31 


27 


35 


32 


38 


A^•on Park 


27 


32 


22 


32 


30 


31 


28 


36 


34 


39 


Bartow 


27 


35 


25 


38 


31 


32 


28 


35 


31 


39 


Arcadia 


24 


31 


23 


34 


27 


27 


29 


40 


26 


39 


Cocoa 


32 


34 


23 


32 


33 


32 


31 


32 


37 


42 


Vero Beach 


35 


33 


28 


33 


34 


36 


32 


36 


36 


46 


St^lart 


37 


32 


29 


34 


32 


38 


34 


42 


38 


48 


Hypoluzo # 1 


30 


28 


28 


38 


32 


36 


36 


45 


33 


45 


HcnB stead 


32 


31 


30 


37 


31 


37 


36 


47 


34 


45 



Furnished thru the coiirtesy of the Federal-State Frost Warning Service - Lakeland, Florida 



TOTAI mmFALL - BY ^DNIHS- 







S.kLLECTED U. 


S. FLOEim WEATHER BUREAU STATIONS 
















1961-62 


SEASON 












Station 


OCT. 


NOV. 


DEC. 


JAN. 


EEB. MAE. 


APR. 


MAY 


JUNE 


JULY 


TOTAL 


Arcadia 




.05 


1.58 


1,82 


1.05 


1.52 2.53 


2.81 


3.57 


17.40 


3.34* 


35.67 


Avon Park 




2.11 


.5r> 


.78 


1.62 


1.53 3.38 


3.30 


1.21 


10.80 


2.96 


28.27 


Bartow 




1.88 


.96 


1.75 


1.42 


.90 4.22 


1.66 


2.96 


12.32 


6.96 


35.03 


Bradenton Exp . 


Sta. 


1.32 


.75 


1.92 


1.52 


.59 4.53 


4.40 


.62 


11.29 


5.54 


32.48 


Brooksville 




.98 


2.61 


1.87 


1.78 


2.65 2.08 


.70 


1.34 


9.08 


7.96 


31.05 


Bushnell 




1.11 


3.78 


2.13 


1.80 


4.16 2.04 


.92 


6.59 


5.83 


5.76 


34.12 


Clermont 




3.00 


1.56 


2.26 


.88 


2.55 3.56 


2.79 


1.20 


9.10 


4.73 


31.63 


Dayton Beach A; 


Lrport 


2.25 


2.85 


.73 


.90 


.82 1.82 


.78 


.16 


7.96 


10.04 


28.31 


Crescent City 




1.05 


4.54 


1.20 


2.13 


.26 2.76 


1.68 


1.61 


7.06 


9.17 


31.46 


Ft. Lauderdale 


Expr. Sta. 


5.48 


1.72 


.78 


1.90 


.10 2.26 


5.58 


2.43 


11.75 


7.42 


39.42 


Ft. %-ers Airport 


3.16 


1.12 


.53 


.43 


.54 2.65 


1.37 


.34 


12.08 


6.01 


28.23 


Ft. Pierce 




5.09 


1.22 


.49 


.64 


.71 2.82 


3.19 


2.20 


5.11 


12.65 


34.12 


Homestead Exp . 


Sta. 


6.02 


.90 


.10 


1.42 


.68 4.02 


1.37 


1.10 


14.39 


8.43 


38.43 


Island Grove 




.21 


2.72 


1.48 


1.32 


.15 3.28 


3.04 


2.84 


7.73 


4.53 


27.30 


La Belle 




.66 


.62 


.38 


.84 


1.10 4.84 


1.61 


2.76* 


17.80 


6.56 


37.17 


Lake Alfred Exp 


. Sta. 


1.97 


.53 


1.86 


1.95 


.90 3.19 


1.50 


6.12 


4.31* 


6.80* 


29.13 


Lakeland Weathe 


r Bur. 


.56 


.88 


3.90 


1.41 


1.17 3.63 


1.18 


2.8ti 


7.70 


4.50 


27.81 


Take placid 




1.25 


.74 


.29 


.95 


1.2D 3.14 


1.02 


2.09 


25.10 


6.62 


42.40 


Melbourne 




1.38 


2.15 


.26 


1.08 


1.00 3.01 


1.57 


.83 


3.53 


9.46 


24.27 


Miami Airport 




3.92 


2.15 


.13 


1.46 


.13 2.78 


1.19 


.92 


10.36 


7.92 


30.96 


Mountain Lake 




.37 


.27 


2.09 


1.16 


.66 2.61 


2.02 


3.77 


6.88 


3.58 


23.41 


Ocala 




1.18 


2.49 


1.10 


1.27 


.49 1.97 


1.87 


.47 


10.27 


8.85 


29.96 


Orlando Airport 




2.87 


.92 


.66 


1.11 


2.08 3.55 


1.58 


2.74 


3.40 


12.77 


31.68 


Plant City 




.29 


.44 


4.18 


1.60 


1.61 3.50 


1.65 


4.76 


11.43 


4.42 


33. 8S 


Saint Le^> 




.29 


1.35 


3.37 


1.83 


.65 3.85 


1.11 


2.27 


12.79 


6.55 


34.06 


St. Peters'b\irg 




.29 


1.49 


3.37 


1.87 


1.39 6.81 


2.05 


1.V6 


10.23 


4.26 


33.52 


Tanpa Airport 




.25 


.94 


3.80 


1.40 


1.46 4.26 


1.43 


2.76 


6.34 


2.31 


24.95 


Titusville 




1.35 


1.59 


2.02 


1.31 


1.38 3.80 


1.57 


.36 


9.94 


11.07 


34.39 


Wauchula 




.57 


.36 


1.76 


1.07 


.58 3.77 


6.94 


6.27 


14.77 


2.80 


38.39 


West Palm Bnach 


Airport 


6.52 


2.86 


.58 


1.23 


1.19 4.43 


1.90 


3.70 


6.94 


8.09 


37.44 


Winter Haven 




.85 


.65 


1.39 


1.71 


1.55 3.U4 


1.74 


4.63 


4.31 


6.80 


27.44 



•-Nearby Points 
Furnished thru the courtesy of the Federal-State Frost Warning Service Lakeland, Florida. 



W E A T H E B 
CSABACIER OF THE 1961-62 SEASON 

Furnished thru the courtesy of the Federal -State Frost Warning Service - Lakeland, Florida 



The 1961-62 season was wann until Cnristmas. Cool weather persisted from then until 
February, punctuated by several moderately severe cold spells. December 26th, 30th & 
January 13th were the most damaging of these for the peninsula as a iiriiole. February 
was abnormally warm. March was rather cool, with a few days of hi^ winds. Unseason- 
ably late frosts occurred in April. Drought conditions existed nver most areas through 
out the season, with only minor and tenyoraiy alleviation in tferch and early April. 

November - was dry and warm, except for a few minor cold periods limited to the extreme 
north portion of the State. Freezing temperatures were confined to the northern portion 
of the Gainesville district and occurred only on the 30th. Rainfall totals were mostly 
less than 1 inch rver the southern 2/3 of the peninsula and 1 to 3 inches over the 
northern 3rd. 

December - was a dry month and mild until the 25th, ?^en temperat\ires ranged from the 
high 20s in the northern districts to the high 30s in the lower east ccast farming 
areas. Frost was mcstly li^t and scattered. On the 26th, minimum temperatures with 
heavy frost, ranged from the low & middle 20s in the north and central districts - to' 
high 20s with moderate to heavy frost in the Everglades - to the low 30s with scatter- 
ed li^t frost in the lower east coast farming areas. There was extensive danage to xm- 
protected tender truck and ornamentals, and some damage to hardy truck southward thru 
the Everglades, and spotty damage in the extreme south portion. Damage to citrus was 
confined mostly to the fruit, tender growth, and young trees in the colder, unprotected 
locations. On the 29th, with temperatures in the high 20s and low 30s in most areas, 
there was very little frost or danage. The coldest ni^t of the season, December 30th, 
had teinperafcures in the low 20s and a few teens in the northern districts - mostly in 
the 20s in central districts and the Everglades - v±iile the lower east coast farming 
areas had high 20s and low 30s. Frost was general over the peninsular, except scatter- 
ed over the extreme south portion. Damage to unprotected citrus, vegetables and orna- 
mentals was similar to that of the 26th, described above. Considerable defoliation in 
some unprotected groves also resulted. Low temperatures on December 31st ranged from 
the low 20s in the extreme north portion to near and slightly below freezing in the 
central districts and the Everglades for rather short durations. There was very little 
frost and no additional damage. Precipitation totals generally ranged from 1/2 inch in 
southern counties to 3 inches in isolated locations in west central counties. Most of 
the rainfall occurred during the last 2 weeks. 

January - opened cool with scattered frost and/or freezing temperatures over most all 
farming areas on the 3rd and 4th, except for the hi^ 30s to lower 40s in the lower 
east coast district on the 4th. Cool to mild weather followed until the freeze on the 
13th. This freeze was a result of one of the most extensive and bitter cold Artie air 
masses experienced in the United States during this century. It covered the northern 
portion of Mexico and all of the United States, except peninsular Florida from January 
10th-13th. Texas citrus sxiffered severe danage and California citrus moderage damage. 
High level winds, mostly southwest to west- southwest, over Florida and the Gulf of 
Mexico, slowed the southward movement of this air mass, keeping it from moving over 



W E A T H E H 

CHABACTEB OF IBE 1961-62 SEASON 

CONTIOTED 



Florida until January I3th. Bythis time the air mass had warmed up same 10 to 20 de- 
grees. Even so, tenperatures with moderate to heavy frost, ranged from the high teens 
and low 20s in the northern distri-^ts - to the low and mid-203 in central - to the high 
20ti in the Everglades - and above 35 degrees with no frost in the lower east coast area. 
Additional danage occurred to Tinpntected citrus and remaining tender truck, and orna- 
mentals in the colder locations of the north and central districts. In the Everglades, 
damage was spotty on the 13th, however, the strong winds of the 6th caused considerable 
damage, and the prolonged cold reduced growth, yield and quality- Mild to cool wea- 
ther prevailed from the 14th until the 30th, when temperat\ires drcpped to the 30s with 
li^t frost in north and central districts. Temp era ttires in the Inw 30s, with scatter- 
ed frost was coa^ined to the Everglades on the 31st. January experienced a high frequen- 
cy of foggy nights and below nrimal rainfall. 

February - was dry and very warm- Scattered, near freezing temperatures, with negligible 
damage occxirred in minor cold periods rn the 7th and 12th in the nrrth and central 
crunties. Precipitation totals were generally 1/2 to 1 1/2 inches, excej.t amounts near 
3 inches locally in the north-central c:?unties. 

^rch - was predominately cool, and a poor growing month in most areas with precipita- 
tion averaging 2 to 4 inches. Strong, cold, dry winds the first week caused consider- 
able damage to tender vegetables in all areas. March 8th was the coldest with heavy 
frost and minimums in the hi^ 20s and law 30s in the northern districts - low and mid- 
30s with scattered frost in central and the Everglades - and middle and hi^ 306 and 
scattered light frost in the farming lands of the lower east coast district. Moderate 
to heavy damage occurred to unprotected vegetables a^ far routh as the Everglades, and 
spotty damage on the lower east -^oast area, but no citrus damage. The 6th, 7th - 18th 
and 19th were also c^ld with near freezing temperatures in the rolder l-^cationG of the 
north and central districts, and light frost in the Everglades on the 7th. Most citrus 
had set a good blocm by late February and March, and the trees were generally in very- 
good condition. 

■^Tril - started cold with very scattered light fros* in the extreme nc^rth on the 3rd 
and 4th. The last cold spell of the spring, one of the latest on record, occurred on 
April 17, when scattered frost and tenperatures in the 30s occurred in the north and 
the interior of central districts. Sainfall in April was below normal in most areas 
except for a few locally heavy showers. 

M^ and July - rainfall was al^o below normal in most areas, except for a few locally 
heavy showers. 

Jjjne - had frequent showers which gave most areas above nomsl rainfall. 



- 1 



oaANGES & lAKGEEINES 



- CARLOT SHIPMENTS (EAIL^ BOAT & EXPRESS^ BY WEEKS 
1961-62 and 1960-61 SEASONS 



FLOEIDA 



1961-62 



1960-61 



CALI? 



'61-62(60-61 



TEX. 
' 62 1 ' 61 



ARIZ. 



62 '61 



TOTAL 



61-62 60-61 



Imports 
1961-62 



TAN&S 
1361-62 



Orgs- Ikngs. 



2 

14 

12 

26 

93 

106 

106 

182 

170 

145 

219 

329 

248 

77 

312 

238 

250 

289 

122 

168 

253 

327 

450 

382 

253 

242 

245 

203 

222 

247 

239 

264 

299 

327 

289 

236 

283 

186 

171 

146 

92 

86 

61 

69 

51 

39 

33 

17 



Orgs - l^ngs 
6 
3 
1 



3 

5 

46 

76 

107' 

179 

212 

106 

30 

105 
70 
65 
50 
14 
17 
17 
13 
31 
25 
20 
15 
17 

7 

4 

6 

2 

1 



5 
24 
23 
77 

80 
69 
'ill 
164 
304 
201 
102 

158 

123 

130 

174 

181 

164 

272 

257 

149 

306 

196 

185 

211 

169 

147 

153 

175 

206 

184 

207 

130 

ISO 

186 

87 

80 

33 

24 

23 

16 

17 



1 
5 
47 
124 
182 
219 
240 



205 

107 

103 

117 

65 

18 

22 

8 

2 

3 

2 

3 

2 



TO- 
TAL 



8820 1243 5553 1563 



447 
454 
445 
506 
476 
400 
279 
250 
269 
259 
225 
144 
194 
238 
284 
471 
189 
225 

234 

268 
298 
306 
189 
159 
297 
184 
422 
428 
371 
254 
320 
281 
198 
282 
374 
442 
448 
341 
409 
409 
416 
485 
397 
369 
333 
395 
354 
315 
344 
355 
334 
312 



410 
409 
508 
535 
529 
374 
327 
274 
176 
117 
60 
80 
306 
597 
770 
489 
259 
254 

310 

357 

398 

401 

384 

383 

409 

356 

293 

273 

358 

391 

388 

34-1 

362 

342 

405 

=02 

571 

626 

597 

590 

554 

659 

550 

4131 

4411 

6001 

5261 

4851 

4991 

3281 

■*83 

399 



17078 21447 



2 

1 
1 



3 

12 

5 

9 



3 
1 
4 
9 
1 
2 
5 
8 
6 
2 
4 

4 
5 
5 
7 
2 
7 
16 
13 
12 
4 
4 
5 
2 
1 
3 
2 
3 



21 

1 
1 



46 155 



2 

9 
53 

60 
84 
76 
38 
31 

45 

34 

16 

12 

4 

8 

8 

27 

98 

51 



48 

43 
58 
31 
44 
31 
23 
8 
1 



4 
8 
42 
67 
49 
41 
20 
27 

23 

8 

4 

2 

7 

6 

9 

15 

25 

43 



40 117 
36 48 



29 

41 
29 
27 
36 
23 
4 



1019 754 



447 
454 
446 
506 
480 
415 
292 
276 
362 
368 
338 
381 
493 
550 
769 
1100 
586 
372 



416 
412 
509 
535 
529 
375 
327 
282 
201 
144 
151 
174 
466 
904 
1173 
1059 
722 
475 



699 


700 


610 


600 


632 


630 


663 


701 


329 


639 


352 


578 


575 


728 


551 


649 


1001 


481 


886 


529 


684 


677 


547 


632 


630 


632 


534 


551 


482 


541 


566 


524 


659 


619 


738 


731 


770 


759 


676 


837 


699 


728 


645 


743 


699 


740 


671 


746 


568 


630 


515 


446 


425 


466 


481 


624 


415 


542 


384 


502 


395 


501 


394 


328 


367 


484 


355 


400 



Mex. faael 



Mex. 



28206 29472 



7 
22 

14 



15 
24 
23 
18 
20 
17 
12 
3 



11 

25 - 

12 - 

17 - 

4 - 

5 13 

39 - 

44 14 

38 - 

36 - 

- 17 



5 
4 

1 



411 44 



11 



Note- 1961-62 season figures following week ending Mar. 31, 1962, subject to correction. 
1960-61 " corrected beginning week ending Apr. 1, 1961 thru Aug. 26, 1961 



- 2 - 

CSAPEFRUIT - CAELOT SHIBffiNTS 
( BAIL & BOAT) - BY WEKS 



Week 
End- 



PLOEim 



61-62 60-61 



CALIFORNU 



61-62 60-61 



TEXAS 



'62 



'61 



ABIZONA 
61-62 [60-61 



TOTAL 



61-62 60-61 



Imports 



1961-62 season 



1961 



17^ 

13 
20 
27 

2/3 
10 
17 
24 

3/3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

4/7 
14 
21 
28 

5/5 
12 
19 
26 

6/2 

9 

16 

23 

30 



TO- 
TAL 



Max. Cuba Cbnt. 

AtDSB 



1 
3 

27 

88 
132 
224 
189 
170 
157 
148 
181 
208 
239 
256 

61 

192 

256 

265 

325 

109 

139 

270 

239 

373 

374 

253 

253 

323 

276 

258 

245 

251 

267 

223 

245 

197 

159 

143 

108 

132 

118 



11 

49 
124 
113 

99 
161 
169 
138 
189 
185 
178 
241 

87 

171 
145 
156 
227 
258 
210 
224 
236 
216 
251 
279 
281 
247 
207 
257 
273 
281 
246 
258 
272 
205 
174 
170 
172 
97 
58 



75 

46 

25 

2 

1 



1 

3 

4 

5 

1 

4 

6 

9 

8 

6 

22 

16 

21 

34 

9 

18 

13 

14 

22 

20 

28 

24 

38 

52 

37 

49 



48 
42 
31 
23 
6 
1 



2 
2 
2 
3 
2 

3 
3 

9 
10 

5 
29 
36 
28 
77 
46 
41 
30 
67 
44 
55 
85 
65 
67 
56 
46 



2 

3 
7 
8 
17 
17 
15 
22 
25 
16 
26 
24 

36 
39 



7/7 


91 


81 


45 


46 


14 


44 


103 


43 


82 


21 


43 


66 


42 


91 


28 


19 


29 


36 


88 


8/4 


14 


7 


61 


105 


11 


15 


* 


102 


61 


18 


6 


_ 


78 


114 


25 


10 


— 


69 


103 



8 

8 
15 
20 
11 

5 
15 
13 

5 
20 
19 

32 
30 
63 

50 

82 

56 

69 

91 

75 

48 

68 

50 

38 

53 

67 

59 

68 

26 

24 

22 

10 

25 

19 

15 

13 

8 

7 
10 

4 

2 

1 

2 
1 



8319 7601 1090 1656 257 1329 



1 
3 

3 
2 
3 

1 
4 

1 
1 
8 
2 
5 
3 
9 
8 
21 
11 
4 
1 
3 
2 

2 
Z 
3 

11 

9 

22 

18 

30 

36 

41 

25 

8 

7 

7 

5 

5 

5 

4 

3 



9 
2 

9 

5 I 

6 I 

1 I 
5 I 

I 

2 I 
4 I 
3 

6 

1 

1 

2 

2 

3 

4 

3 

2 

2 

4 

6 

3 

4 

9 
15 

6 
13 
24 
27 
34 
27 
37 
30 
33 
15 
11 
14 

8 



339 



397 



75 

46 

25 

3 

4 

27 

90 

135 

231 

198 

190 

174 

166 

205 

237 

255 

283 

89 

230 
299 
277 
332 
115 
146 
285 
256 
402 
391 
279 
270 
347 
312 
267 
265 
266 
284 
256 
274 
247 
201 
211 
196 
210 
192 
144 
94 
92 
60 
80 
122 
88 
82 



48 

42 

31 

23 

6 

14 

49 

132 

121 

114 

181 

189 

145 

213 

203 

190 

263 

111 

207 
181 
224 
286 
343 
267 
298 
332 
308 
313 
355 
362 
323 
292 
407 
381 
394 
311 
364 
344 
283 
308 
281 
288 
193 
149 
164 
228 
176 
130 
127 
69 
116 
104 



10005 10983 



Note- 



j-^^-f^ ^^^son figures following week ending Max. 31, 1962, subject to correction, 
latp-bl II corrected beginning week ending Apr. 1, 1961 thru Aug. 26, 1961 



- 3 - 



MIXED CITEUS - CAKLOT RAIL gIPMENTS 

BY WEEKS 

No Florida or Texas consolidated l.cl express shipments included 1961-62 or 1960-61 seascn 



Week 

End- 
ing 



1961 

9/2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

10/7 
14 
21 
28 

11/4 

11 

18 

25 

12/2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

1962 

"176 

13 

20 

27 

2/3 
10 
17 
24 

3/3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

4/7 
14 
21 
28 

5/5 
12 
19 
26 

6/2 

9 

16 

25 

30 

7/7 
14 
21 
28 

8/4 
11 
18 
25 



FLOBXDA 



61-62 



60-61 



CALUOENIA 



TEXAS 



61-62 



K)-61 



61-62 



60-61 



AEIZONA 



1 
2 

7 

14 

32 

54 

73 

78 

76 

119 

192 

113 

20 

98 

86 

116 

122 

42 

57 

79 

82 

137 

120 

93 

108 

115 

95 

92 

79 

68 

75 

73 

84 

32 

65 

50 

49 

47 

52 

33 

25 

24 

15 

19 

9 

6 

6 



2 
2 



6 
6 

7 
32 

40 
34 

86 
113 
146 
160 

56 

131 
76 

8S 

114 

105 

65 

92 

84 

34 

49 

58 

81 

69 

61 

50 

76 

63 

65 

61 

57 

42 

43 

45 

29 

20 

13 

4 

8 

1 

5 

1 



57 

38 

29 

24 

16 

13 

11 

10 

12 

8 

10 

4 

7 

6 

15 



7 

16 
18 
24 
14 
15 
10 
16 
9 
31 
27 
23 
18 
26 
16 
14 
9 
7 
6 
9 
15 
20 
23 
21 
28 
27 
31 
27 
44 
53 
65 
54 
57 
55 
48 



34 

21 

32 

23 

7 

5 

7 

3 

4 

3 

2 

4 

3 

9 

14 

8 

11 

17 

19 
19 
18 
50 
16 
12 
12 
26 
24 
15 
16 
31 
14 
17 
10 
16 
11 
20 
9 
17 
23 
20 
20 
23 
41 
41 
35 
41 
60 
62 
64 
66 
69 
59 



1 

1 

4 

9 

6 

4 

7 

14 

10 

13 

13 

22 

18 

16 
11 



7 

4 

6 
10 
11 

6 
22 
15 

5 
16 
21 

10 
37 
26 
21 
29 
24 
40 
38 
26 
39 
41 
28 
25 
20 
25 
23 
20 
22 
24 
13 
11 

6 

2 

1 

1 
1 

1 
2 
2 

3 

1 



61-62 



60-61 



2 

4 
6 
7 

4 



9 

4 

1 
1 

1 
6 
3 

6 
3 

1 

1 
1 
1 



3 
2 



2 

1 

3 
1 

4 
3 
1 

1 
1 



1 
2 
1 
1 
3 



lOTAl 



1961-62 



aD-61 



57 
38 

29 
24 
16 
15 

14 

21 

35 

46 

68 

84 

99 

94 

151 

219 

150 

49 



36 
23 
32 
23 

7 

6 

7 

16 

14 

16 

44 

57 

44 

120 

143 

163 

190 

95 



158 


161 


124 


133 


144 


130 


136 


165 


59 


150 


68 


101 


95 


145 


92 


150 


174 


85 


150 


104 


116 


118 


132 


140 


144 


108 


111 


9B 


107 


85 


89 


116 


76 


94 


82 


1C7 


82 


95 


100 


88 


102 


76 


88 


69 


74 


67 


79 


53 


74 


61 


83 


55 


60 


40 


69 


49 


77 


62 


aD 


69 


73 


67 


66 


69 


61 


70 


54 


59 



Igports 
1961-62 



Mez. 



TO- 
TAL 



3034 2378 



1159 11S3 



150 



686 



75 



28 



4468 4275 



Not included atove - 1961-62 season , l.cl express by months: Florida- Oct. 3 . Nov. 100 . 
Dec. 912, Jan. 344, Feb. 576, Mar. 309, kpr . 137, May. 55 - Total 2,236 caxloi; eaul^-alents; 
Texas, Kov. 23 . Dec. 140 - Total 163. lEIUgTED from 1960-61 season ; l.cl express, carlot 
equivalents: Fla., 4,723 — Texas 419. 



- 4 - 

FLOEim MIXED CAB ANALYSIS — EAIL SHIPMENTS 
1961-62 SEASON 



Week 
Ending 



ORANGES 



GEAPEFEUIT TANGEEINES 



?/eek Ending/ To-Date | Week Epding| To-Cate ( Week Ending/ To-Jfe-te 



Percentage 

of 

TEMPLES 



1961 

9/ 2 
9 
16 
23 
30 
10/ 7 
14 
21 
28 
11/ 4 
11 
. 18 
25 
12/ 2 
9 
16 
23 
30 
1962 

T7^ 
13 
20 
27 

2/ 3 
10 
17 
24 

3/ 3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

4/ 7 
14 
21 

5/ 5 

12 

19 

26 

6/ 2 

9 

16 

23 

30 
7/ 7 

14 

21 

28 
8/ 4 

11 

18 

25 



58.4 


58.4 


97.3 


78.3 


35.3 


48.3 


52.3 


50.9 


53.3 


52.1 


59.5 


55.1 


66.2 


60.1 


63.6 


61.5 


42.0 


59.0 


49.5 


58.7 


56.5 


58.4 


51.1 


57.0 


55.9 


56.9 


47.2 


55.6 


45.1 


54.6 


56. e 


54.8 


56.0 


54.8 


43.3 


54.3 


41.3 


53.5 


46.8 


53.1 


55.2 


53.3 


50.0 


53.3 


48.3 


52.8 


59.6 


53.1 


61.1 


53.3 


68.8 


53.6 


52.9 


53.6 


57.1 


53.7 


50.7 


53.6 


54.4 


53.7 


62.1 


54.0 


59.3 


54.1 


59.7 


54.2 


67.9 


54.5 


52.7 


5i.5 


50.4 


54.4 


50.7 


54.4 


73.2 


54.4 


22.0 


54.3 



41.6 


41.6 


- 


20.3 


57.7 


46.4 


29.4 


35.3 


33.5 


34.4 


22.0 


29.4 


14.9 


Z2.9 


20.0 


21.8 


44.6 


24.6 


31.7 


24.9 


23.2 


24.7 


35.6 


26.8 


24.2 


26.6 


39.6 


28.5 


40.9 


29.5 


36.8 


30.0 


37.7 


30-4 


54.0 


31.5 


43.3 


32.3 


31.9 


32.2 


28.7 


33.0 


43.8 


32.8 


46.5 


33.5 


37.3 


33.7 


34.1 


33.7 


29.9 


33.6 


46.6 


34.1 


41.3 


34.3 


48.3 


34.7 


45.5 


35.0 


37.9 


35.1 


40.7 


35.2 


38.9 


35.3 


32.1 


35.2 


47.3 


35.4 


49.6 


35.7 


49.3 


35.8 


26.8 


35.8 


78.0 


35.9 



2.7 


1.4 


7.0 


5.3 


18.3 


13.8 


13.2 


13.5 


18.5 


15.5 


18.9 


17.0 


16.4 


16.7 


13.4 


16.4 


18.8 


16.4 


20.3 


16.9 


13.3 


16.2 


19.9 


16.5 


13.2 


16.0 


14.0 


15.9 


6.4 


15.2 


6.3 


14.8 


2.7 


14.2 


15.4 


14.2 


21.3 


14.7 


16.1 


14.7 


6.2 


14.2 


5.2 


13.7 


3.1 


13.2 


4.8 


13.0 


1.3 


12.8 


0.5 


12.3 


1.6 


12.0 


1.0 


11.7 


0.1 


11.3 


0.0 


10.9 


0-0 


10.7 


1.4 


10.5 


0.0 


10.3 


CO 


10.1 


CO 


9.9 


CO 


9.8 


0.0 


9.8 


0.0 


9.8 



1.6 
1.6 



6.1 
4.2 
4.0 

9.7 
1.4 
4.1 
17.1 
3.2 



1.7 



6.6 



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TOTAL FLORIDA ( 


:iTRJS ailPMEl 


(ITS. EAIL-BOAT-TJ 


^UK. BY lEEES - 1961-62 SEASON 


Include 


s the proper proportion of 'mixed' cars & truck shipments- : 


intra 4 interstate movenient 




Does not include any Florida consolidated 1. c 1 expr« 


sss shipments 




Week 


OBAN 


G E S 


GRAPEFRUIT 


TANGERINES 


Ending 


Rail & Boat 


Truck # 


Hail & Boat 


Truck # 


Rail & Boat 


Truck # 


1961 


Cars 


Cars 


Cars 


Cars 


Cars 


Cars 


9/ 2 

9 

16 


- 


- 


- 


- 






I 


I 


z 


3 






23 


_ 


7 


1 


39 






/30 


2 


27 


3 


215 






10/ 7 


14 


87 


28 


403 






14 


12 


125 


90 


515 


- 


_ 


21 


28 


275 


137 


636 


- 


_ 


28 


101 


437 


230 


702 


_ 


_ 


11/ 4 


137 


504 


189 


602 


4 


8 


11 


125 


655 


aDi 


629 


9 


83 


18 


220 


837 


179 


608 


59 


236 


25 


212 


526 


174 


432 


86 


196 


12/ 2 


190 


691 


198 


561 


121 


388 


9 


298 


820 


226 


628 


201 


566 


16 


451 


1272 


277 


626 


244 


650 


23 


296 


865 


306 


323 


121 


356 


30 


87 


98 


67 


44 


34 


35 


1962 














1/ 6 


367 


1004 


215 


648 


125 


275 


13 


282 


587 


287 


538 


81 


150 


23 


315 


812 


293 


766 


88 


105 


27 


347 


798 


373 


741 


66 


86 


2/ 3 


141 


•704 


126 


670 


20 


50 


10 


200 


783 


160 


712 


21 


35 


17 


297 


•808 


300 


805 


22 


18 


24 


363 


783 


283 


778 


15 


18 


3/ 3 


507 


723 


432 


750 


52 


14 


10 


438 


710 


412 


857 


51 


14 


17 


304 


753 


280 


834 


35 


14 


24 


296 


687 


300 


810 


22 


10 


31 


301 


589 


376 


722 


23 


8 


4/ 7 


260 


543 


311 


679 


10 


11 


14 


278 


492 


289 


639 


9 


9 


21 


301 


588 


269 


593 


7 


8 


28 1 


275 


563 


283 


549 


2 


1 


5/ 5 


307 


527 


298 


476 


2 


1 


12 


336 


&i2 


258 


4B3 


1 


1 


19 


373 


472 


283 


374 


- 


- 


26 


333 


399 


226 


298 


9 


- 


6/ 2 


275 


295 


185 


235 


- 


- 


9 


313 


275 


162 


202 


1 


- 


16 


219 


235 


124 


156 


- 


- 


23 


196 


166 


154 


146 


— 


- 


30 


172 


113 


144 


83 


- 


- 


7/ 7 


109 


116 


107 


61 






14 


104 


■ 82 


51 


55 






21 


66 


68 


62 


38 






28 


77 


64 


26 


40 






8/ 4 


61 


46 


23 


30 






11 


44 


35 


19 


29 






18 


36 


25 


9 


24 






25 


20 


23 


13 


25 






TOTAL 


10486 


22636 


9439 


21814 


1541 


3346 



# — Corrected 

Florida truck data made available 
through the courtesy of the Citrus Inspection Division, Winter Haven, Fla. 



- 6 



TOTAL SHIPMENTS. FLOBIDA CITBUS - BY WEEKS - 1961-62 & 1960-61 SEASONS 

Note ; Includes rail, boat, truck & 'mixed' citrus broken down into proper proportion. 

Truck reduced to carlot equivalents on basis 500 boxes per car. No i.e. 1 exp ress in- 
cluded . Fla. & Tex. 1. c 1 express, by months, 1961-62 season, sjT|Dottom page 



Week 

Ending 



OBANGES 



1961-62 1 1960-61 



GRAPEEHJIT 
1961-62 1 1960-61 



TANGERINES 
1961-62 1 1960-61 



TOTAL 



1961-62 I 1960-61 



1961 

9/ 2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

10/ 7 

14 

21 

28 

11/ 4 

11 

18 

25 

12/ 2 

9 

16 
23 
30 

1962 

T/~B 
13 
20 
27 

2/ 3 
10 
17 
24 

3/ 3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

4/ 7 
14 
21 
28 

5/ 5 
12 
19 
26 

6/ 2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

7/ 7 
14 
21 



Cars 



Cars 

7 
4 
2 



7 


. 


29 


8 


101 


4 


137 


22 


303 


88 


538 


293 


641 


392 


780 


608 


1057 


792 


738 


610 


881 


782 


1118 


1037 


1723 


1494 


1161 


1249 


185 


514 


1371 


653 


869 


661 


1127 


796 


1145 


895 


845 


892 


983 


327 


1105 


964 


1146 


768 


1230 


543 


1148 


688 


1057 


667 


983 


676 


890 


624 


803 


591 


770 


534 


889 


585 


838 


604 


834 


598 


878 


528 


845 


499 


732 


385 


570 


358 


588 


388 


454 


250 


362 


181 


285 


66 


225 


49 


186 


31 


134 


23 


141 


21 


107 




79 


_ 


61 


_ 


43 


. 



Cars 



3 
40 
218 
431 
605 
773 
932 
791 
330 
787 
606 
759 
854 
903 
629 
111 

863 

825 

1059 

1114 

796 

872 

1105 

1061 

1182 

1269 

1114 

1110 

1098 

990 

928 

862 

832 

774 

741 

657 

524 

420 

364 

282 

300 

227 

168 

106 

100 



Cars 

1 
1 



Cars 



Cars 



28 


141 


21 


66 


44 


8/ 4 


107 




53 


8 


11 


79 


_ 


48 




18 


61 


_ 


33 


^ 


25 


43 


"" 


38 


- 



Cars 



Cars 

8 
5 
2 



_ 


^ 


^ 


47 


_ 


4 


_ 


.. 


247 


12 


190 


. 


. 


532 


194 


462 


_ 


- 


742 


484 


824 


- 


_ 


1076 


912 


779 


— 


. 


1470 


1072 


668 


12 


_ 


1444 


1060 


874 


92 


4 


1702 


1486 


762 


295 


90 


2139 


1644 


564 


282 


271 


1626 


1445 


682 


509 


496 


2149 


1960 


765 


767 


726 


2739 


2528 


776 


894 


834 


3520 


3104 


624 


477 


711 


2267 


2584 


343 


69 


326 


365 


1183 


645 


400 


540 


2634 


1838 


700 


231 


449 


1925 


1810 


816 


193 


463 


2379 


2075 


853 


152 


384 


2411 


2132 


870 


70 


278 


1711 


2040 


810 


56 


117 


1911 


1754 


792 


40 


70 


2250 


1826 


802 


33 


29 


2240 


1599 


751 


66 


9 


2478 


1303 


914 


65 


8 


2482 


1610 


912 


49 


7 


2220 


1586 


932 


32 


8 


2125 


1616 


812 


31 


3 


2019 


1439 


766 


21 


2 


1814 


1359 


867 


18 


. 


1716 


1401 


899 


15 


_ 


1766 


1484 


836 


3 


_ 


1673 


1440 


736 


3 


_ 


1611 


1334 


657 


2 


- 


1621 


1185 


604 


_ 


- 


1502 


1103 


502 


9 


_ 


1265 


887 


416 


. 


. 


990 


774 


432 


1 


- 


953 


820 


403 


. 


. 


736 


653 


256 


_ 


_ 


662 


437 


113 


_ 


_ 


512 


179 


139 


. 


_ 


393 


188 


133 


_ 


^ 


292 


164 


83 


- 


- 


234 


106 


44 


- 


- 


207 


65 


8 


_ 


. 


160 


8 


- 


_ 


. 


127 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


94 


* 


" 


" 


~ 


81 


— 


26822 


4887 


5825 


69262 


55898 



TOTALS ^ 33122 23251 31253 

##-Not included above - 1961-62 season, l.c.l express by months: Florida, Oct. 3, Nov. 100, 
Dec^ 912, Jan. 344, Feb^ 376. Max^ 309, ^r^ 137; May 55 - Total 2.236 carT^t"equilraI?nts — 

. , ^ -,, . „„_ Deduct e d from 1960-61 season : l.c- 1 express, carlot 
equivalents: Florida, 4,723. ^ ^ 



CIIHD5 SIIPMEKTS - TOU CK - ABIZONA. CaLIFOENIA. TEXAS - BY ^TOKS 









1961-62 


& 1960-61 


SEASON 














Carl^l 


b equivalents — 


wi_tii__week£ 


,_end_in£ _2n_Tk^*J§y 








Week 
Ending 


A E I Z 


N A 

_ _ . _ 


CALIF 


E N I A 


# 


T 


E I 


-A S 




Grapefruit 


Oranges 


Grapefruit 


Oranges 




Grapef 


ruit 


1961 


1961-62 


•60-61 


'61-62 '50-61 
96 113 


•61-62 
17 


'60-61 
16 


•61-62 '6 


0-61 


'61-62 


•60-61 


9/ 7 






14 






138 151 


23 


25 


» 


- 


- 


- 


21 






134 146 


13 


20 


3 


- 


2 


- 


28 






123 120 


5 


12 


39 


_ 


10 


- 


10/ 5 






94 112 


2 


2 


57 


57 


55 


33 


12 






98 107 




_ 


68 


61 


99 


97 


19 






107 98 


_ 


_ 


92 


59 


160 


133 


26 






97 99 


1 


_ 


81 


51 


208 


101 


11/ 2 


45 


_ 


87 74 




1 


97 


76 


202 


143 


9 


74 


13 


80 44 


_ 


_ 


104 


95 


246 


181 


16 


55 


111 


83 90 


. 


_ 


98 


90 


247 


171 


23 


48 


84 


80 95 


. 


2 


89 


70 


163 


140 


30 


64 


96 


110 129 


. 




124 


104 


241 


1£4 


12/ 7 


71 


72 


159 197 


^ 


1 


138 


121 


266 


203 


14 


49 


ao 


263 304 


5 


3 


19« 


113 


284 


178 


21 


33 


54 


204 216 


6 


1 


253 


203 


236 


172 


28 


61 


41 


80 97 


1 


^ 


96 


77 


157 


111 


19F2 1 




















1/ 4 I 


63 


65 


113 133 


2 


^ 


110 


77 


241 


156 


11 1 


59 


100 


144 178 


2 


3 


122 


131 


316 


244 


IB 1 


64 


72 


203 184 


8 


2 


37 


150 


95 


263 


25 1 


61 


51 


180 178 


5 


2 


74 


131 


9 


274 


2/ 1 1 


72 


58 


153 181 


7 


1 i 


34 


135 


9 


275 


8 1 


58 


62 


141 186 


7 


2 


5 


156 


> 


328 


15 1 


75 


82 


141 172 


5 


6 


. 


160 


- 


313 


22 1 


57 


49 


131 149 


6 


2 


— 


165 


- 


259 


3/ 1 1 


56 


75 


163 161 


7 


2 


_ 


155 


- 


276 


8 1 


83 


69 


172 188 


2 


2 


_ 


129 


- 


273 


15 


75 


68 


164 157 


6 


5 


_ 


123 


- 


268 


22 


90 


100 1 


156 130 


5 


2 


_ 


132 


- 


273 


29 


77 


57 


133 112 


12 


2 


_ 


112 


- 


234 


4/ 5 


71 


69 


127 105 


9 


2 


- 


96 


- 


261 


12 


40 


61 


127 119 


9 


7 


_ 


105 


- 


291 


19 


53 


44 


124 137 


9 


4 


_ 


95 


- 


236 


26 


49 


70 


122 140 


6 


5 


_ 


89 


- 


225 


5/ 3 


43 


bl 


131 129 


12 


3 


— 


95 


- 


194 


10 


57 


SD 


136 128 


10 


8 


_ 


74 


- 


154 


17 


54 


54 


124 122 


13 


6 


.. 


64 


- 


140 


24 


57 


41 


114 104 


19 


8 


- 


62 


- 


113 


31 


53 


51 


88 88 


20 


14 


- 


51 


- 


88 


6/ 7 


53 


35 


84 73 


14 


11 


_ 


39 


_ 


61 


14 


46 


47 


72 76 


14 


14 


. 


21 


- 


42 


21 


33 


48 


69 67 


15 


13 


_ 


8 


- 


25 


28 


33 


38 


73 75 


12 


17 


- 


4 


- 


12 


7/ 5 


17 


35 


69 76 


9 


15 


_ 


_ 


- 


9 


12 


13 


56 


88 99 


15 


19 


* 


1 


- 


14 


19 


11 


39 


88 101 


14 


18 










26 


6 


28 


98 96 


15 


22 










8/ 2 


_ 


14 


91 85 


21 


23 










9 


_ 


4 


102 91 


20 


21 










16 


_ 


4 


97 105 


22 


20 










23 


- 


- 


109 93 


19 


21 










Totals 


2076 


2298 


6163 6418 


444 


390 


1917 


3737 


3246 


72:9 



•-Arizona - truck - oranges - unavailable by weeks 
#-Out bound Passings . 

Texas track by weeks not available after 7/13/1961. 



- 8 - 



Crop Year 



UNITED STATES : Total Orange Producti'^ii - By States 

Census Year, 1889, 1899, 1909 & Yearly 3 919-1961 

U. S. DepaitmpxA of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service 
CALIF. # I FU.# I IEX.# I AEIZ.# | ALA.# 



LA.# ML=S.# TOTAL # 



-Thousand Boxes 



1889 


1,245 


3,147 


_. 


^^ 




„ 


av^ 


.^ 


4,392 


1899 


5,882 


273 


_- 


11 


1/ 


— 


1 


— 


6,167 


1909 


14,440 


4,888 


11 


33 




1 


152 


5 


19,530 


1919 


16,632 


8.000 


9 


80 




20 


37 


31 


24,809 


1920 


23,771 


9,400 


5 


eo 




82 


42 


25 


33,385 


1921 


14,021 


8,400 


5 


80 




82 


50 


30 


22,668 


1922 


21,283 


10,900 


10 


81 




190 


60 


45 


32,569 


1923 


24,153 


13.700 


6 


86 




225 


75 


55 


38,300 



Average 19,972 



10,080 



77 



120 



53 



37 



30,346 



1924 


18,506 


11,300 


17 


60 


2 


75 


- 


29,960 


1925 


24,230 


10,200 


12 


86 


130 


100 


27 


34,755 


1926 


28.252 


11,000 


41 


75 


75 


150 


42 


39,635 


1927 


22,737 


9,500 


85 


54 


110 


200 


50 


32,736 


1928 


39,159 


16,500 


125 


99 


85 


2Hn 


30 


56,218 



Average 26,571 



11,700 



56 



75 



80 



14S 



30 



38 , 661 



1929 


21,195 


9,800 


261 


137 


212 


187 


37 


31,829 


1930 


35.179 


19,200 


250 


139 


3 


287 


2 


55,060 


1931 


34,658 


14,200 


520 


145 


80 


245 


54 


49,902 


1932 


34,265 


16,400 


325 


147 


120 


278 


80 


51,615 


1933 


28,439 


IV, 900 


430 


155 


3 


245 


2 


47,174 



Average 30,747 



15,500 



357 



145 



84 



248 



35 



47,116 



1934 


45,047 


17,600 


650 


170 


140 


293 


88 


63,988 


1935 


32,809 


18,000 


777 


240 


2 


244 


1 


52, CS 


1936 


29,827 


22,100 


2,000 


220 


56 


309 


26 


54,538 


1937 


45,914 


26,200 


1,440 


350 


76 


238 


67 


74,285 


1938 


41,420 


33,300 


2,815 


430 


95 


385 


85 


78,531 



Average 39,003 



1939 
1940 
1941 



23,440 1,536 



282 



74 



294 



53 



64.683 



44,425 


28.000 


2,360 


595 


75 


228 


59 


75,742 


50,778 


31,300 


2.6a 


528 


1 


253 


_ 


85.510 


52,155 


29,300 


2,850 


660 


5 


192 


1 


85,163 



Continued page No ■ 9 



- 9 



UNITED STATES: Total Orange Production - By States - Continued 
Census Year, 1889. 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919-1961 
U. S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service 



Crop Year 



Continued 



Average 



1949 
1950 
1951 
1952 
1953 



CALIF. # 



HA. # 



IEX.# A3IZ.# AIA.# U.# MISS.# 



Thousand Boxe 



48,176 



56,360 4,560 



1.010 



41,8© 




63,500 


1.760 


985 


45,210 


4/ 


72,100 


2,700 


1,400 


38,410 


4/ 


83,100 


300 


730 


46,030 




77,100 


1,000 


900 


32,400 


1/ 


96,300 


900 


1,170 



340 



TOTAL # 



1942 


I 


44,329 


41,400 


2,550 


730 


• 


340 


• 


89,349 


1943 


1 
Average 


51,961 


49,800 


3,550 


1,100 


- 


240 


- 


106,651 




48,730 


35,960 


2,792 


723 


16 


250 


12 


88,483 


1944 


63.500 


4/ 46,800 


4,400 


1,150 




360 




113,210 


1945 




44,010 


54,000 


4,800 


1,210 


_ 


.330 


_ 


104, 3B0 


1946 




53,530 


3/ 58,400 


5,000 


1.200 


. 


410 


_ 


118.540 


1947 




45,830 


62,400 


5,200 


780 


. 


300 


H 


114,510 


1948 




37,010 


62,700 


3,400 


710 


- 


300 


- 


104,120 



110,946 



370 


- 


108,475 


300 


- 


121,710 


50 


- 


122,590 


50 


- 


125,080 


100 


- 


130,870 



Average 



40,782 



78,420 1,332 



1.037 



174 



121,745 



1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 



Average 



39 ,420 


4/ 93,500 


1,ED0 


1,130 


38.370 


4/ 95,700 


1,600 


1,150 


35,900 


4/ 97,800 


1,600 


1,290 


23,200 


84,630 


2,000 


1.250 


40,200 


90,500 


2,300 


610 



35,418 



175 
195 
115 
205 
220 



92,420 1,800 



1,086 



182 



1959 31,200 94,300 2,700 1,500 

1960 1/ 25,000 91,600 3,500 1,160 

1961 Preliininary 20.800 117,000 2,200 1,440 



135,725 
137,015 
136.705 
111,255 
133,830 



130,306 



260 


- 


128,960 


275 


- 


121,535 


255 


- 


137.695 



Average 



^-Includes tangerines. * -Negligible. 

2_/ Eevised _l/ 500 boxes or less. 

2/ Includes economic abandonment: Early & Midaeason - 900,000 boxes - Tangerines - 830,000 boxes 

±/ Includes economic abandonment: TANGEBBIES-- 1944-45 season. 150,000 boxes — 

1950-51 season . 200,000 boxes —" '1951-52 season 400.000 boxes -- 1953-54 season , 500,000 — 
1954-55 season . 200,000 — 1955-56 season . 230,000 — 195^-57 season, 200,000 boxes. 



10 - 



UNITED STATES ; Total Grapefruit Production - By States 

Census Year, 1889, 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919-1961 

U. S. Departnent of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service 



Crop Year 



1889 
1899 
1909 



1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 



1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 



Average 



FLA.. 



TEX. 



CALIF. 



Thousand B_ox_e_s- 



AEIZ. 



TOTAL 



10 


ajt^isa — ^.n 


.a, — .^ .a 


.. 


10 


12 


— 


18 


1 


31 


1,062 


1/ 


123 


1 


1,186 


5,900 


3 


363 


29 


6,295 


5,800 


5 


395 


34 


6,234 


6.700 


8 


360 


35 


7,103 


7,800 


35 


394 


60 


8,289 


8,500 


65 


363 


95 


9,023 


«,940 


23 


375 


51 


7,389 


8,900 


301 


387 


105 


9,693 


7,600 


200 


600 


150 


8,550 


8,600 


361 


672 


120 


9,753 


7,5on 


524 


720 


176 


8,920 


11,300 


753 


972 


211 


13,236 



Average 



8,780 



428 



670 



152 



10,030 



1929 
1930 
1931 
1932 
1933 



8,300 


1,550 


1,000 


365 


11,215 


15,800 


1,200 


1.290 


400 


18,690 


10,700 


2,600 


1.431 


450 


15.181 


11,600 


1,440 


1,350 


614 


15,004 


10,900 


1,200 


1,772 


800 


14,672 



Average 



11.460 



1,598 



1,368 



526 



14,952 



1934 
1935 
1936 
1937 
1938 



15,200 


2.740 


2,167 


1,240 


21.347 


11,800 


2.780 


2,267 


1,800 


18,347 


18,100 


9.630 


1,540 


1,400 


30,670 


14,600 


11,840 


1,943 


2,750 


31,133 


23,300 


15.670 


1,924 


2,700 


43,594 



Average 



1939 
1940 
1941 



16,540 



8,532 



1,969 



1,978 



29,018 



15,900 


14,400 


1,992 


2,900 


35,192 


24,600 


13,650 


1,933 


2.650 


42,883 


19,200 


14,500 


3,181 


3,380 


40.261 



Continued Page No. 11 



11 



UNITED STAIES ; Total Grapefruit Production - By States - Continued 
Census Year, 1889. 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919-1961. 

U- S. lepartment of Agric\ilture - Statistical Reporting Service 



Crop Year 



FLA. 



TEX. 



CaLIT. 



ABIZ. 



TOTAL 



1942 
1943 



Average 



Thousand Boxes 



27,300 
31,000 



23,030 



17,510 

17,710 



15,554 



3,071 
3,300 



2,705 



2,600 
4,080 



3,122 



50,481 
56,090 



44,981 



1944 
1945 

1946 2/ 

1947 

1948 



22,300 


22,300 


3,830 


3,750 


52,180 


32,000 


24.000 


3,350 


4,100 


63,450 


29,000 


23,300 


3,120 


4,100 


59,520 


33,000 


23,200 


2,430 


3,000 


61,630 


30,200 


11,300 


2,150 


1,880 


45,530 



Average 



29,300 



20,830 



2,976 



3,366 



56,462 



1949 




24,200 


6,400 


2,500 


3.400 


36,500 


1950 




33,200 


7,500 


2,730 


3,150 


46,580 


1951 4/ 




36.000 


200 


2,160 


2,140 


40.500 


1952 




32,500 


400 


2,460 


3,000 


38,360 


1953^/ 


Average 


42,000 


1,200 


2,500 


2,670 


48,370 




33,580 


3,140 


2,470 


2,872 


42,062 


1954 


34,800 


2.500 


2,420 


2,470 


42,190 


1955 




38,300 


2,200 


2,510 


2,370 


45,380 


1956 




37,400 


2,800 


2,410 


2,180 


44,790 


1957 




31,100 


3,500 


2.400 


2,780 


39,780 


1958 




35,200 


4,200 


2,530 


1,870 


43,800 



Average 

1959^ 

1960 1/ 

1961 Preliminary 



35,360 



30,500 
31,630 
35,000 



3,040 



5,200 

6,800 
2,600 



2,508 



2,700 
2,640 
2,800 



2,334 



3.220 
2,260 
2,3C0 



43,442 



41,620 
43.300 
42.700 



Average 



_2/ Revised. 

^ _4/ _5 Incl^ides economic abandonment: 

1946-47 season - 2,600.000 bozes (seedless 800,000 - other 1,800,000); 
1951-52 season - 3.000,000 boxes (seedless 500,000 - other 2.500,000); 
1953-54 season- 1.300,000 boxes (seedless 300,000 - other 1,000.000). 



ll 500 boxes or less. 



u. 



- 12 - 

PBODUCTION - FLOBim OHAMGES 
S- Departnent of Agriculture, Statistical Eeporting Service 



By Kinds - TEMPLES, OTHEE EARLY & MD-SEASON, VAIENCIAS & TANGERINES 



Crop Year 



Tenrples 



Early & 
Mid -season 



Valencias 



Tangerines 



TOTAL OEANGS 
Production 



1942-43 

1943-44 

1944-45 

1945-46 

1946-47 

1947-48 

1948-49 

1949-50 

1950-51 

1951-52 

1952-53 

1953-54 

1954-55 

1955-56 

1956-57 

1957-58 

1958-59 

1959-60 

1960-61 2/ 

1961-62 T/ 



1,000 boxes 


1,000 boxes 


1,000 boxes 


1,000 boxes 




19,100 


18,100 




4,200 




25,800 


20,400 




3,600 




21,700 


21,100 


4/ 


4,000 




25,400 


24,400 




4,200 




30,530 


23,200 




4,700 




31 ,000 


27,400 




4,000 




32,000 


26,300 




4,400 


710 


32,890 


24,900 




5,000 


1,100 


35.700 


30,500 


rii 


4,800 


1,700 


42,100 


34,800 


W 


4,500 


1,700 


40,600 


29.900 




4,900 


2,200 


48 ,000 


41,100 


V, 


5.000 


2,500 


49,500 


36,400 


^ 


5,100 


2,800 


48,700 


39,500 


5( 


4,700 


2,700 


51,600 


38,700 


VII 


4,800 


1,500 


51,200 


29,800 




2,100 


3,000 


44,100 


38,900 




4,500 


3,900 


45,100 


42,500 




2,800 


4,000 


47,000 


35,700 




4,900 


4,500 


52,500 


56,000 




4,000 



3/ 



1,000 boxes 

41,400 
49,800 
46,800 
54,000 
58,400 
62.400 
62,700 
63,500 
72,100 
83,100 
77,100 
96.300 
93.500 
95,700 
97,800 
84,600 
90,500 
94,300 
91,600 
117,000 



2/ July estimated 21 Eevised" 3/ 4/ 5/ 6/ 7/ 8/ 9/ 10/ Includes Government -purchases 

& abandonment for economic reasons: 19 46-47' 7 Early &_Midseason- 900,000, Tangerines- 800,000 
boxes -— TajngerJ^nes- 19 44-45 . 150,000'; 1 950-"gl . 200,000; "l9"5l-52 . 400,000; 1953-54 . 500,000; 
1954-55 . 200TCOO; T955;^67~200,000; 1 955^57, 200,000; boxes. 



FBOmCTION - FLOEim GBAPEERUIT 
By Kinds -- SEEISLESS and 'OTHER" 



Crop Yfcar 



Seedless 



Other 



TOTAL GRAPEFEUIT 
Production 



1942-43 

1943-44 

1944-45 

1945-46 

1946-47 

1947-48 

1948-49 

1949-50 

1950-51 

1951-52 

1952-53 

1953-54 

1954-55 

1955-56 

1956-57 

1957-58 

1958-59 

1959-60 

1960-61 2/ 

1961-62 1/ 



1,000 boxes 


1,000 boxes 


10,300 


17,000 


14.000 


17,000 


8.400 


13,900 


14 .000 


18,000 


14 .000 


15.000 


14,800 


18,300 


14.700 


15,500 


11,200 


13.000 


15,800 


17.400 


17,700 


18.300 


17,100 


15.400 


21,900 


20,100 


20.500 


14,300 


20.600 


17,700 


21,600 


15,800 


17.600 


13,500 


19.600 


15,600 


20,100 


10,400 


19,200 


12,400 


23,800 


11,200 



1,000 boxes 

27,300 
31,000 
22.300 
32 ,000 
29,000 
33,000 
30,200 
24.230 
33.200 
36,000 
32,500 
42,000 
34,800 
38,300 
37,400 
31,100 
35,200 
30.500 
31.600 
35.000 



3/ 

3/ 



6/ 



Ij July estimate _2/ Revised. 

^/ ^/ ^/ ^1 Includes Government purchases and abandonment for economic reasons: 

19 46-47 season - 2,600,000 boxes (seedless 800,000 - other 1,800,000); 

1947-48 season - 3.700,000 boxes (seedless 2.400,000 - other 1,300,000); 

Id51-D2 season - 3.000,000 boxes (seedless 500,000 - other 2.500,000); 

1953-54 season- 1,300.000 boxes (seedless 300,000 - other l.OOO.OOO). 

U. S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Eetiortin^ Service 



13 - 



PBOFJCTIOH AMD UTILIZATIOH - FIOF.im CITHJ5 
CBD PS OF 1957-58 to 1960-61 INCLUSIVS 

U. S. Department of Agricult\xre, Statistical Beporting Service 





Total 

PKO- 

DUC- 
TION 

1/ 


mSMrion 


UTILIZATION OF SALES 


CEOP 


For 
Faim 

Use 


Sold 


Fresh Sales 


Total 




Total 
Fresh 
Sales 


Shipped Out of Stete 


Intra 
State 
Sales 


Pro- 


SEA. SDK 


T°*^l ^i^ Bo^t 


Truck 


cess- 
ed 



T h 



and Boxes 2/ 



ALL OaAlJG-ES (Excluding Tangerines 


) 


-^ .S .S .1^ 


s — 


i^ .a. ^ 


i j^ .a ^i-' 












1957 


-58 


82 


.500 


550 


81 


.950 


18.107 


15.022 


5,270 


634 


9,118 


3,085 


63 


843 


1958 


-59 


86.000 


650 


85 


,350 


16,837 


12 


.923 


5,021 


45 


7,857 


3,914 


68 


.513 


1959. 


-60 


91 


,500 


665 


90 


.835 


20,765 


16.225 


5,514 


124 


10.587 


4,540 


70.070 


I960- 


-61 


86 


,7D0 


690 


86,010 


16.770 


12 


.169 


4,524 


72 


7.573 


4,601 


69 


.240 


Early & Mid 


.season 


























1957- 


-58 


52 


,TO0 


300 


52.400 


11.993 


10 .008 


'■nf 


"if 


'■'I'} 


1,985 


19 


,407 


1958. 


-59 


47 


,100 


350 


46 


,750 


10,574 


8 


.281 


2.293 


36 


,176 


1959. 


-60 


49 


000 


365 


48 


.635 


11.747 


9;059 


2,3^ 


•57 


6,0T1 


2,688 


36 


,888 


I960. 


-61 


51 


,000 


390 


50 


,610 


10.411 


7 


.692 


2.626 


29 


5,037 


2,719 


40 


199 


Valencias 






























1957- 


-58 


29 


600 


250 


29 


,550 


6,114 


5.014 


1,978 


28 


3,008 


1.100 


23 


.435 


1958. 


-59 


38 


SOO 


300 


38 


.600 


6.263 


4 


,642 


J/ 


U 


M 


1,621 


32 


.337 


1959. 


-60 


42 


,500 


300 


42,200 


9.018 


7 


,166 


2,523 


4,576 


1,852 


33 


,182 


1960 


-61 


35 


.700 


300 


35.400 


6,359 


4 


,477 


1,898 


43 


2.536 


1.882 


29.041 


xangeehies 






























1957- 


-58 


2 


.100 


20 


2.080 


1.729 


1 


,567 


1 


. 


1,026 


162 




351 


1958. 


-59 


4 


,500 


70 


4 


230 


2,635 


2 


,291 


±1 


4/ 


344 


1 


,595 


1959. 


-eo 


2 


.800 


70 


2 


.630 


2,089 


1 


,759 


52D 


n. 


1,238 


330 




541 


1960- 


-61 


4,900 


70 


4; 830 


3;242 


2 


581 


934 


- 


1.947 


361 


1 


,588 


iJX GHAPEFRUIT 






























1957. 


-58 


31 


100 


160 


30 


.940 


14,544 


12 


,910 


5.085 


98 


7,727 


1.634 


16,396 


1^53- 


-59 


35 


,200 


160 


35,040 


16,479 


14 


.713 


5.527 


119 


9,067 


1,766 


18 


•34 


1953-60 


30 


530 


160 


30 


,340 


16,032 


14;055 


4.808 


38 


9.209 


1,977 


14 


'358 


198} 


-61 


31 


600 


160 


31 


,440 


15,726 


13' 


748 


41808 


113 


8,827 


1,978 


15 


714 


Seedless 






























1957- 


-58 


17 


600 


80 


17 


.520 


11.956 


10 


957 


4.5^ 


97 


6.3g 


999 


5 


564 


1958- 


-59 


19 


600 


80 


19 


520 


13.766 


12 


601 


i/ 


1,165 


5 


754 


1959- 


-60 




100 


80 


20 


020 


14.480 


13 


111 


4,4B7 


33 


8.6TI 


1,369 


5 


540 


I960- 


-61 


19 


200 


80 


19 


.120 


13,293 


11 


972 


4.341 


110 


7,521 


1.321 


5 


827 


Other Thaja 


Seedless 


























1957- 


-58 


13 


500 


80 


13 


420 


2.588 


1 


953 


585 


1 


1,367 


635 


10 


832 


1958- 


-59 


15,600 


80 


15 


520 


2,713 


2 


112 


4/ 


1/ 




601 


12 


807 


1959- 


-60 


10 


400 


80 


10 


320 


1.552 




944 


3?1 


5 


558 


608 


8 


768 


1960- 


-61 


12,400 


80 


12.320 


2,433 


1 


776 


467 


3 


1,306 


657 


9 


887 


LE,ES 
































1957- 


-58 




350 






350 


276 




_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 




74 


1958- 


-59 




200 


5 




195 


125 




- 


- 


_ 


- 


- 




70 


1959- 


-60 




320 


5 




315 


199 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




116 


1960- 


-61 




310 


5 




305 


194 




- 


- 


- 


— 


— 




111 






Note. 


- 19^ 


•62 season figures not 


available 


at time 


of Summr^/ rel 


ease. 







Ij "Toted Prod\iction" and "Production of Val\ie" are the same f;r each season. 
^/ Net content of hos of Florida oranges & tangerines, 90-1'bs.; grapefruit & limes, 80-lbsi. 
^/ No economic acandonment for seasons 1957/58-1960/61- 
if Not available. 



14 



PBODUCTIOM A UTILIZATION - CALIFOMIA CITRJS 
CBOPS OF 1957-58 to 1960-61. INCLUSIVE 

U. S. Department of Agriculture, Statisticial Heporting Service 



CEOP 



SEASON 



Total 

DUC- 
TION 

U 



Pro- 
duc- 
tion 
having 
Value 

1/ 



FAEM 
DI^OSITION 



For 
Farm 
House- 
hold 
Use 



Sold 



UTILIZATION OF SALES 



Fresh Sales 



Total 



Packed I Loose 



Total 
Pro- 
cess- 
ed 



!Lh.2.^3.^^A.^^2.L^3. ^1 



ALL ORANGES 

1957-58 23,200 

1958-59 40,300 

1959-60 3/ 30,800 

1960-61 J/ 25,000 

Navels & Miscellaneous 

1957-58 9,100 

1958-59 16,900 

1959-60 3/ 13,500 

1960-61 T/ 9,000 



Valencias 
1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 3/ 
1960-61 4/ 



14,100 
23,300 
17,300 
16,000 



ALL GHAPEFHJIT 

1957-58 2,400 

1958-59 2,530 

1959-60 3/ 2,700 

1960-61 5/ 2,640 

Dc'sert Vall eys 

1957-58 " 1,100 

1958-59 630 

1959-60 3/ 1,400 

1960-61 J/ 1,240 

Other Areas 

1957-58 ~ 1,300 

1958-59 1,900 

1959-60 3/ 1,300 

1960-614/ 1,400 

LEMON S 

1957-58 16,900 

1958-59 , 16,900 

1959-60 3/ 17,100 

1960-611/ 13,600 

LEMDNS ( including Arizona) 

1957-58 668 

1958-59 R81 

1959-60 3/ 693 

1960-61 4/ 538 



22,928 
39,810 
30.450 
24,810 



8,960 
16,710 
13,300 

8,860 



13,968 
23,100 
17,150 
15,950 



2,397 
2,527 
2,671 

2,630 



1,097 

627 

1,371 

1,230 



1,300 
1,900 
1,300 
1,400 



16,900 
16,900 
17,100 
13,600 



210 22,718 

210 39,600 

210 30,240 

210 24,630 



100 8,860 

100 16,610 

100 13,200 

100 8,760 



110 13,858 

110 22,990 

110 17,040 

110 15,840 



20 
20 
22 
22 



4 
4 
6 
6 



16 

16 
16 
16 



15 
15 
15 
15 



2,377 
2,507 
2,649 
2,608 



1,093 
623 

1,365 
1,224 



1,284 
1,884 
1,284 
1,384 



16,835 
16,885 
17.085 
13,585 



-^h ou^and_^o. 
668 "■ T 667 

681 1 680 

693 1 692 

538 1 537 



n s 



19,463 
29.130 
22,530 
19,130 



8,485 
14,530 
11,550 

8,250 



10,978 
14,600 
10,980 
10,880 



1,775 
1,787 
1.803 
1,720 



755 

487 
839 
670 



1,020 

1,300 

964 

1,050 



10,180 
8,610 
8,945 
9,510 

2/ 

- 402 
346 

355 
377 



5/ U 

h 5/ 

5/ 5/ 



2/ 



hi 



I 

5/ 



5/ 
5/ 



5/ 

1 



I 



I 



5/ 
5/ 



5/ 
"5/ 

2.1 
5/ 

H 

5/ 



3,255 

10,470 
7,710 
5,470 



375 
2,080 
1.650 

510 



2,880 
8,390 
6,060 
4,960 



602 
720 
846 



338 
136 
52« 
554 



264 

584 
320 
334 



6,'^5 
8,275 
8,140 
4,075 



265 
334 
337 
160 



Note- 1961-62 season figures not available at time of Sunnary release. 



1/ Difference between "Tctal Production" and 'iProdiiction having Value" include quantities to 
charity or eliminated. 

21 Net content of box -if Calif, r ranges considered to be 77-lbs.; grapefruit- in Desert Val- 
leys 65-lbs., in other areas 68-lbs.; and lemons 79 lbs. Equivalent tons for lemons vrere 
derived on the basis of the abow weights. 



Eevi sed 



^/ Preliminary 



_5/ Not available. 



15 - 



PBOnjCTION & UTILIZATION - T EXAS. AKT7mA, & LOUISIANA CITHJS 
CEDPS OF 1957-58 to 1960-61. INCLUSIVE 

U. S. Dgportment of Agricultiire, Statistical Reporting Service 



STAIE 



CHOP 



SEASON 



Tfttal 

pao- 

DUC- 
TION 

1/ 



TEXAS 



AHI20M 



1959-60 , 
19a) -61 4/ 

Val e ncias 3/ 

1937-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 , 
1960-61 4/ 

GBAPEFRUIT. ALL 

1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 ,, 
1960-61 4/ 



OHANGES. ALL 

1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 ,, 
1960 -61 1/ 

Navels & Mi seel laneous 
1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 4/ 

Valencias 

1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 ^ , 
19aD-61 ±/ 

GBA PEFHJIT. aLL 

1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 4/ 



LOUISIANA 



OBANCaS. ALL 



1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 4/ 



1,450 
1 650 
1,500 
2,000 



550 
i;500 



3,500 

4,200 
5 200 
6,800 



1,250 

610 
1,500 
1,160 



490 
270 
560 
440 



760 
340 
940 
720 



2,780 
1,870 
3,220 
2,260 



205 
230 
260 
275 



FAEM 
DISPOSITION 



For 



Use 



Sold 



ORANfy.S. &T.T, 

1957-58 2,000 60 

1958-59 2 300 » 

1959-60 , 2 7D0 TO 

1960-61 4/ 3;5D0 7D 

Early & Midseason 2/ 
1957-58 
1958-D9 



2/ 

1,940 
2 240 

2 530 

3 430 



75 
75 
75 
75 


3,425 

4,125 
5 125 
6,725 


20 
18 
20 

20 


1.230 

592 

1.480 

1)140 


10 
8 

10 
10 


480 
262 
550 

430 


10 

18 

10 


750 
710 


15 
15 
20 

20 


2,765 

1,855 
3,2CX) 

2,240 


10 
10 

10 
10 


195 
210 
250 
265 



UTILIZATION 
OF SALES 



Fresh 
Sales 



1,740 

1 799 

2 114 
2.550 



2.503 
2,965 
3 881 

5,444 



1,157 

556 

1,211 

1,010 



461 
256 
461 
390 



696 

300 



2.100 
1,455 
2,107 
1,398 



195 
210 
250 

265 



Total 
Pro- 
cess-' 
ed 



4^ 

516 

880 



922 
1,160 
1 244 
1,281 



73 

36 

269 
130 



19 
6 

89 

40 



54 
30 

90 



665 

400 

1,093 

342 



Note- 



1961-.62 season figures not available at time of Sumrary release. 



2./ "Total Production" and '^Production having Value" are the same each season. 

2/ Net content of box of o range s in Texas & Lcuisiana . 90-lbs.; i n Arizona . 77-lbs. 

Net content of box of gTape^f_ruit in Tezas . SO-lbs.; in Arizona . 65-lbs. 
2_/ Utilization of Texas, oranges- by varieties, not available. 
4/ Preliminary. 



16 - 



U. 



PEODUCTION AUD UTILIZATION — UNITED STATES 
CITEUS CBOPS OF 1957-58 to 1960-61. INCLUSIVE 

S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Eeporting Service 



CIOP 



SEASON 



Total 
PBO- 
DUC- 
TION 

1/ 



Pro- 
duc- 
tion 
having 
Value 

1/ 



FAiM 
DISPOSITION 



For 
Farm 
House- 
hold 
Use 



Sold 



UTILIZATION OF SALES 



Fresh 
Sales 



TOTAL 

Pro- 
cess- 
ed 



ORANffiS (Excl-ading Tangerines) - Box ^a^i^ ^- 

1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 3/ 
1960-61 4/ 



1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 3/ 
1960-61 t/ 



TANGERINES 



GBAPEFRUIT 



1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-K) 3/ 
1960-61 T/ 



1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 3/ 
1960-61 1/ 



1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 3/ 
1960-61 4/ 



1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 3/ 
1960-61 "^Z 



Box _hasi^ 


_^-_Tho^sajnd 


_bqxe_s 


2/ 






109,155 
129,300 
126,760 
116,635 


108,678 
128,720 
126,410 
116,445 


840 

938 

975 

1,000 


107,838 
127,782 
125,435 
115,445 


40,467 
48.322 
46,870 
39.725 


67,371 
79,460 
78.565 
75,720 


Ton Jbasi^s 


_^-_3^o^sand 


J,ons_ 


2/ 






4,848 
5,554 
5,462 
5,052 


4,838 
5,538 

5,449 
5,045 


38 
41 
42 
43 


4,800 
5,497 
5,407 
5,002 


1,724 
1.990 
1,931 
1,637 


3,027 
3,507 
3,476 
3,365 


Box t,asi_s 


_^-__Thousand ioxe_s 


2/ 






2,100 
4,500 

2,800 
4,900 


2,100 
4,300 

2.700 
4,900 


20 
70 
70 
70 


2,080 
4,230 
2,630 
4,830 


1,729 
2,635 
2,089 
3,242 


351 
1,595 

541 
1,588 


^on ^asi_s 


_^-__Tho_usand 


_tojis_ 


2/ 






95 
202 
126 
220 


95 
194 
121 
220 


3 
3 
3 
3 


92 

191 
118 
217 


78 
119 

94 
146 


14 
72 
24 
71 


Bp_x te^i^ 


--_Thcm^n^ _hoxe_s 


2/ 






39,780 
43,800 
41,620 
43,300 


39,777 
43,797 
41.314 
43,013 


270 
270 
277 
277 


39,507 

43,527 
41,314 
43,ul3 


20,922 
22,6«6 
23,823 

24,288 


18,585 
20,841 
17,491 
18,725 


_Ton tasi_s _ 


--_T^ousaiid 


Jbqns__ 


2/ 






1,554 
1,722 
1,619 
1,695 


1,554 
1,722 
1,618 
1.695 


11 

10 
10 
11 


1,543 
1,712 
1.608 
1.684 


809 
886 
923 
948 


734 
826 
685 
736 



Note- 



1 961- 62 season figures not available at time of Sunmary release. 



1/ See individual State tables for explanation of difference. 

2/ Net content varies. For oranges - in Calif. & Ariz., the approximate average per box is 
considered to be 77-lbs.; Calif. AAriz. grapefruit- approximate average is considered 
to be 65-lbs. in Calif. Desert Valleys & Ariz'., & 68 lbs. in Calif, area other than 
Desert Valleys. For Florida & other States, net content of box is considered to be 90- 
Ibs. for oranges and 80-lbs for grapefruit. Equivalent tons were derived on the basis 
of above weights. 3/ Revised. 4/ Preliminary. 



- 17 - 

FLORIDA FBUIT PHJCESSED - BY 7EEKS AND TQ-EATE 
1961-62 SEASON 



Weak 

Ending 

1961 

8/ 3 

12 

19 

26 

9/ 2 

9 

16 

23 

30 
10/ 7 

14 

21 

28 
11/ 4 

11 

18 

25 

12/ 2 

9 

16 

23 

3D 
1962 
T7~6 

13 

20 

27 
2/ 3 

10 

17 

24 
3/ 3 

10 

17 

24 

31 
4/ 7 

14 

21 

28 
5/ 5 

12 

19 

26 

6/ 2 

9 

16 

23 

30 
7/ 7 

14 

21 

28 

31 



K A N G E S 



Boxes Used 



To-Date 



GRAPEFEUIT 



Boxes Used 



To-Date 



TANGERINES 
Boxes Used I To-D&ts 



678 

791 

1,534 

1,765 

906 

259 

1,274 

4,718 

15,067 

25.404 

59,906 

109,715 

173,314 

306,459 

549,582 

641,165 

901,484 

1,439,146 

2,012,820 

2,533.825 

2,500,007 

3,875,123 

3,500.773 

4,493.211 

4.171,757 

3,944,662 

3,681,495 

3,573,640 

3,157.095 

2,434,214 

1,351,912 

991,580 

877,444 

895.497 

1.094.847 

1,858,594 

2,639.602 

3.638,381 

3,720,471 

3,952,774 

3,962,325 

3.847.309 

3,350,105 

3,408,578 

3,195.181 

2.760.227 

2.606,585 

1,835.499 

692.781 

297,759 

128,944 

80.943 



678 


1,399 


1,399 


1.469 


1.179 


2.578 


3.003 


460 


3,038 


4.768 


2,505 


5.543 


5,674 


7€4 


6,307 


5,933 


854 


7.161 


5.933 


925 


8,066 


7,207 


512 


8.598 


11.925 


5.002 


13.600 


26.992 


26.327 


39,927 


52,396 


74.648 


114.575 


112.302 


95,597 


210.172 


222.017 


125,125 


335,297 


395,331 


185,203 


520 . 500 


701,790 


265.407 


785.907 


1,251,372 


366 , 754 


1.152,661 


1.892,537 


363,065 


1.515,726 


2.794,021 


429,974 


1,945,700 


4,233.167 


517,075 


2,462,775 


6,245.987 


494,446 


2.957.221 


8,779.812 


344,201 


3.301,422 


11,279,819 


240 ,046 


3,541.468 


15,154.942 


405,676 


3,947.144 


18.655.715 


452.253 


4,399.397 


23,148.926 


487.523 


4.886.920 


27.320,683 


559.108 


5,446,028 


31.265.345 


548.144 


5,994.172 


34.946,840 


520.664 


6,514,836 


38,520,480 


602.709 


7.117.545 


41.677.575 


583,673 


7.701.218 


44.171.789 


775.058 


8,476,276 


46.023,701 


1,011,195 


9,487,471 


47.015.281 


715,986 


10.203,457 


47,892,725 


820 , 579 


11,024,036 


48,788,222 


892.958 


11.916,994 


49,883,069 


694.709 


12.611.703 


51.741.663 


550,595 


13.162,298 


54.381.265 


454.069 


13,616.367 


58.019.646 


364.493 


13,980.860 


61,740.117 


337.046 


14.317.906 


65,692.891 


306,496 


14,624,402 


69.655.216 


295.995 


14,920,397 


73,502,525 


254,881 


15,175,278 


76,852,630 


265,233 


15,440,511 


80.261,208 


213,898 


15,654,409 


83,456,389 


147,898 


15,802.307 


86,216,616 


175.470 


15,977.777 


88,823.201 


168.209 


16.145.986 


90.658,700 


130,082 


16.276,068 


91.351.481 


142,035 


16,418,103 


91.649.240 


118,814 


16,536,917 


91,778.184 


67,063 


16.603,980 


91,859,127 


25,026 


16,629,006 



3,469 
19.300 
37,956 
48,206 
94,922 
141,760 
94.769 
45,464 

105,697 

62.496 

76,518 

77,239 

120.350 

55.672 

50.047 

48,665 

49,079 

26,188 

21.180 

25,527 

15,765 

6,712 

3,649 

3,901 



3,469 
22,769 
60,725 

108,931 
203,853 
345,613 
440,382 
485,846 

591 , 543 

654,039 

730 , 557 

807,796 

928,146 

983,818 

1,033,865 

1,082.530 

1,131,609 

1,157,797 

1,178,977 

1,204,504 

1,220.269 

1.226,981 

1,230,630 

1,234,531 

1,234,531 

1,234,531 

1.234.531 



91.859,127 



16.629.006 



1,234.531 



Made available 
throu^ the covirtesy of the Florida Citrus Ccnmission, Lakeland, Florida 



- 18 - 
mSRim - EQUIVALENT "ON THEE" PRICES. BY MONTHS 





PER BOX - i 


SEASONS 


1945/46-1961/62. INCLUSIVE 


s) 






OHAHCSS- Early and Mid-season (including 


Tenple 




SALES 


SEASON 


OCT. 


NOV. 


DEC. 


JAl^. 


FEB. 


MAR. 


APE. 


Season Average 






^ 


$ 


i 


i 


i 


^ 


$ 


^ 


AT,T, MEIHODE 


. 


















OF SALES 






















■ 1945-46 


2.23 


1.96 


2.25 


2.04 


1.96 


2.17 


2.40 


2.09 




1946-47 


2.27 


1.17 


.73 


.43 


.49 


.63 


.87 


.84 




1947-48 


1.55 


.67 


.52 


.53 


.80 


.75 


-- 


.66 




1948-49 


.94 


.41 


.60 


.81 


1.01 


1.31 


— 


.75 




1949-50 


2.34 


1.02 


1.22 


2.11 


2.86 


3.05 


— 


1.80 




1950-51 


1.72 


1.24 


1.34 


1.41 


1.86 


1.96 


1.91 


1.46 




1951-52 


1.66 


.75 


.71 


.66 


.59 


.70 


.87 


.70 




1952-53 


1.93 


.67 


.91 


1.25 


1.41 


1.46 


— 


1.12 




1953-54 


1.24 


1.19 


1.15 


1.07 


.97 


1.29 


1.57 


1.10 




1954-55 


1.23 


1.00 


1.02 


1.07 


1.23 


1.52 


1.68 


1.12 




195B-56 


1.58 


1.29 


1.58 


1.79 


1.98 


1.90 


— 


1.71 




1956-57 


2.22 




1.29 


1.35 


1.59 


1.75 


-m. 


1.45 




1957-58 


1.21 


l!04 


1.47 


1.65 


2.04 


2.21 


— 


1.57 




1958-59 2/ 


3.05 


2.36 


2.55 


2.61 


2.81 


2.97 


3.00 


2.67 




1959-60 2.1 


1.83 


1.34 


1.65 


1.96 


2.16 


2.67 


2.44 


1.87 




1960-61 2/ 


3.03 


2.46 


2.55 


3.06 


3.46 


3.35 


— 


3-02 




1961-62 1/ 


2.16 


1.82 


1.85 


1.92 


1.99 


1.73 


-- 


DnavailaDle 


RALES FOE 




















I'KKSH USE 






















1945-46 


2.24 


1.98 


2.31 


2.06 


2.05 


2.17 


2.37 


2.14 




1946-47 


2.52 


1.39 


.92 


.61 


.81 


1.01 


1.01 


1.14 




1947-48 


1.93 


.73 


.53 


.55 


.82 


.91 


— 


.71 




1948-49 


1.13 


.45 


.64 


.89 


1.03 


1.25 


-- 


.78 




1949-50 


2.49 


1.10 


1.15 


2.14 


2.91 


3.09 


— 


1.74 




1950-51 


2.06 


1.37 


1.49 


1.41 


1.88 


2-09 


2.03 


1.58 




1951-52 


2.03 


.85 


.77 


.65 


.62 


.62 


1.75 


.78 




1952-53 


2.35 


.74 


1.00 


1.19 


1.48 


1.76 


_- 


1.15 




1953-54 


1.38 


1.32 


1.28 


1.09 


.98 


1.79 


2.11 


1.23 




1954-55 


1.34 


1.07 


.99 


1.15 


1.43 


1.89 


1.95 


1.20 




1955-56 


1.73 


1.32 


1.60 


1.87 


2.03 


2.21 





1.70 




1956-57 


2.67 


1.53 


1.55 


1.50 


1.83 


2.31 





1.69 




1957-58 


1.30 


1.01 


1.27 


1.82 


2.62 


3.27 


.. 


1.52 




1958-59 2.1 


3.48 


2.39 


2.60 


2.51 


2.67 


3.15 


3.15 


2.62 




1959-60 


2.29 


1.51 


1.84 


2.05 


2.53 


3.01 


2.89 


2.00 




196ll62 f/ 


3.46 


2.79 


2.95 


3.26 


3.62 


3.57 





3.19 




2.45 


2.05 


2.07 


2.25 


2.60 


2.93 


— 


Unavailable 


SALES FOE 




















PBOCESSEirr 






















1945-46 


2.08 


1.93 


2.11 


2.00 


1.85 


2.18 


2.56 


2.00 




1946-47 


.91 


.58 


.13 


.13 


.12 


.24 


.61 


.25 




1947-48 


.58 


.58 


.51 


.59 


.78 


.61 


— . 


.62 




1948-49 


.35 


.36 


.54 


.73 


.99 


1.35 


.• 


.71 




1949-50 


1.40 


.94 


1.27 


2.10 


2.84 


3.04 


.. 


1.84 




1950-51 


.70 


1.11 


1.24 


1.41 


1.86 


1.91 


1.91 


1.38 




1951-52 


.69 


.63 


.65 


.66 


.58 


.72 


.74 


.65 




1952-53 


.56 


.59 


.84 


1.24 


1.38 


1.40 


__ 


1.11 




1953-54 


1.07 


1.12 


1.07 


1.07 


.97 


.97 


1.27 


1.05 




1954-55 


.78 


.94 


1.03 


1.05 


1.18 


1.37 


1.42 


1.09 




1955-56 


1.22 


1.27 


1.57 


1.77 


1.97 


1.82 


_» 


1.72 




1956-5? 


1.32 


1.02 


1.17 


1.32 


1.55 


1.62 


.— 


1.37 




1957-53 , 


.98 


1.08 


1.53 


1.63 


1.83 


2.08 


-- 


1.58 




1958-59 2/ 


2.03 


2.33 


2.53 


2.63 


2.83 


2.93 


2.93 


2.68 




1959-60 2/ 


1.28 


1.23 


1.57 


1.96 




1.68 


1.53 


1.82 




1960-61 2/ 
1961-62 1/ 


2.18 


1.93 


2.38 


3.03 


3.42 


3.29 




2.98 




1.28 


1.53 


1.78 


1.85 


1.91 


1.59 


" 


Unavailable 




1/ Preliminaiy 










2l Revised 





U. S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service 



- 19 - 



FLOBim - EQ^JIVALENT 'OT T5EE" PRICES. BY MDNIHS 

PER BOX - SEASONS 1945/46-1961/62. INCLUSrVS 

ORANCSS- Late Type (Valencia) 



SALES 



SEASON 



FEB. 



Miffi. 



aPE. 



MAY 



JUNE 



JULY 



Season Average 





$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


ATT, I/EIHODS 
















OF SAIE 
















1945-46 


2.15 


2.31 


2.58 


3.07 


3.11 


3.02 


2.67 


1946-47 


.47 


.96 


1.33 


1.11 


1.10 


.93 


1.10 


1947-48 


.87 


.92 


.54 


.50 


.43 


.34 


.60 


1948-49 


1.24 


1.57 


2.10 


2.94 


3.19 


2.92 


2.16 


1949-50 


2.97 


3.10 


2.54 


2-32 


2.42 


2.70 


2.61 


1950-51 


2.02 


1.95 


1.96 


2. CO 


1.63 


.86 


1.87 


1951-52 


.89 


.87 


.80 


1.01 


1.15 


1.64 


.93 


1952-53 


1.66 


1.49 


1.37 


1.45 


1.85 


2.41 


1.51 


1953-54 


1.01 


1.01 


1.34 


1.79 


1.96 


3.03 


1.45 


1954-55 


1.50 


1.63 


1.69 


1.65 


1.92 


2.43 


1.72 


1955-56 


1.89 


1.85 


1.83 


2.15 


2.27 


2.47 


2.04 


• 1956-57 


1.89 


1.78 


1.46 


1.28 


1.03 


1.44 


1.34 


1957-58 


2.50 


2.68 


3.46 


3.89 


4.24 


.. 


3.17 


1958-59 


2.68 


2.91 


2.36 


3.42 


3.34 


3.11 


3.12 


1959-60 2/ 


2.05 


1.86 


1.94 


2.12 


2.52 


._ 


2.07 


1960-61 T/ 


3.08 


2.83 


2.66 


3.04 


3.34 


3.65 


2.99 


1961-62 1/ 


2.02 


1.86 


1.37 


1.41 


1.24 


1.03 


Unavailable 


SAT.ES FOE 
















FEESa USE 
















1945-46 


2.21 


2.39 


2.58 


2.91 


2.98 


2.98 


2.60 


1946-47 


.81 


1.53 


1.60 


1.30 


1.29 


i.ao 


1.42 


1947-48 


1.17 


1.18 


.73 


.70 


.69 


.69 


.82 


1943-49 


1.37 


1.58 


2.14 


3.14 


3.32 


3.31 


2.24 


1349-50 


3.10 


3.14 


2.61 


2.28 


2.59 


2. SO 


2.73 


1950-51 


2.33 


2.19 


2.04 


1.98 


1.69 


1.63 


2.01 


1951-52 


1.07 


.94 


.80 


1.06 


1.19 


1.85 


.97 


1952-53 


1.77 


1.57 


1.38 


1.51 


1.59 


2.52 


1.54 


1953-54 


1.09 


1.07 


1.52 


2.03 


2.20 


3.70 


1.57 


1954-55 


1.57 


1.61 


1.68 


1.56 


2.12 


2.76 


1.75 


1955-56 


1.86 


1.87 


1.84 


2.28 


2.77 


3.34 


2.08 


1956-57 


2.07 


1.90 


1.75 


1.37 


1.23 


2.02 


1.68 


1957-58 


2.45 


2.35 


3.84 


3.51 


4.45 


„ 


2.96 


1958-59 


2.77 


2.96 


3.00 


3.36 


3.40 


3.29 


3.06 


1959-60 gL 
1360-61 1/ 


2.17 


2.01 


1.78 


3.03 


3.09 


_• 


2.04 


3.79 


2.96 


2.76 


3.12 


3.40 


4.50 


3.01 


1961-62 1/ 


2.58 


2.11 


1.67 


1.31 


1.32 


1.51 


Unavailable 


S^T.ES FOE 
















PEOCESSING 
















1945-46 


1.89 


2.21 


2.59 


3.24 


3.23 


3.07 


2.76 


1946-47 


.25 


.41 


.88 


.86 


.78 


.49 


.67 


1947-48 


.81 


.61 


.33 


.32 


.19 


.21 


.41 


1943-49 


1.05 


1.57 


2.05 


2.69 


3.02 


2.83 


2.06 


1949-50 


2.84 


3.04 


2.51 


2.34 


2.29 


2.25 


2.52 


1950-51 


1.86 


1.71 


1.91 


2.01 


1.61 


.46 


1.79 


1951-52 


.65 


.78 


.80 


.98 


1.12 


1.18 


.90 


1952-53 


1.38 


1.40 


1.37 


1.43 


1.95 


2.16 


1.49 


1953-54 


.92 


.97 


1.27 


1.72 


1.82 


1.37 


1.39 


1954-55 


1.45 


1.64 


1.69 


1.68 


1.86 


1.86 


1.71 


1955-56 


1.97 


1.82 


1.82 


2.12 


2.17 


1.97 


2.02 


1956-57 


1.49 


1.62 


1.32 


1.26 


1.00 


1.27 


1.22 


1957-58 


2.53 


2.78 


3.38 


3.93 


4.13 




3.23 


1958-59 


2.63 


2.88 


2.83 


3.43 


3.33 


3.03 


3.13 


1959-60 2/ 
1960-61 T/ 
1961-62 1/ 


1.93 


1.73 


1.98 


2.13 


2.43 


_. 


2.08 


2.68 


2-73 


2.63 


3.03 


3.33 


3.33 


2.98 


1.90 


1.53 


1.28 


1.43 


1.23 


.98 


Ifcavailatle 


1/ Prelim 


inary 








2/ Eevj 


sed 





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- 20 - 

FLOBim - EQUIVALENT "ON THEE" PHICES. BY MONTHS 

PER BOX - SEASONS 1945/46-1961/62. DICLUSrVE 

GEAPEFEUIT- Seedless 



SALES 



SEASON 



SEPT. 



OCT. 



NOV. DEC. 



1 — r 



JAN. 



EEB. 



MAR. 



APE. 



MAY 



JUNE 



JULY 



m ffj (p ^ (p dj 

A tD tP tP ip xp 



Season 
Average 



ALL UEIHODS 
OF SALES 



T 



1945-46 




1.30 


1.33 


1.50 


1 .20 


1.11 


1.19 


1.31 


1.53 


1.60 


1.59 


1,33 


1946-47 




1.32 


1.11 


.92 


.53 


.53 


.41 


.44 


.36 


.40 


.36 


.64 


1947-48 




1.40 


.61 


.26 


.31 


.31 


.23 


.13 


.16 


.18 


.09 


.33 


1948-49 




.59 


.35 


.34 


.50 


.57 


.99 


1.62 


2.19 


1.41 


1.08 


.85 


1949-50 




2.64 


1.89 


1.85 


1.96 


1.93 


2.07 


2.09 


1.88 


1.42 


1.44 


1.94 


1950-51 




1.27 


1-11 


1.18 


1.10 


1.40 


1.20 


1.14 


.81 


.59 


.35 


1-09 


1951-52 




1.58 


1.04 


1.00 


.91 


.66 


.63 


.43 


.56 


.42 


.47 


.74 


1952-53 




1.37 


1.09 


1.20 


1.04 


.91 


.87 


.84 


.96 


1.37 


1.23 


1.01 


1953-54 




.97 


.95 


.92 


.70 


.56 


.63 


.59 


.59 


.42 


1.32 


.71 


1954-55 2/ 




1.21 


1.04 


.91 


.84 


.70 


.58 


.72 


.56 


.81 


1.23 


.81 


1955-56 "2/ 




1.13 


.85 


.92 


.81 


.62 


.57 


.74 


1.01 


.78 


1.23 


.80 


1956-57 ~ 




2.14 


1.24 


1.17 


1.13 


1.02 


.99 


.95 


.92 


.88 


1.11 


1.12 


1957-58 




1.14 


.97 


1.13 


1.05 


.89 


1.28 


1.79 


2.47 


__ 





1.16 


1958-59 




2.12 


1.71 


1.44 


1.26 


1.10 


1.09 


.87 


.98 


1.20 


.94 


1.20 


1959-60 


2.22 


1.06 


1.01 


1.07 


1.08 


1.09 


1.17 


1.22 


1.49 


1.63 


— 


1.12 


1960-61 2/ 




1.60 


1.41 


1.39 


1.25 


.96 


.82 


.63 


.81 


.74 


1.64 


1.02 


1961-62 T/ 




1.17 


.87 


.78 


.58 


.84 


.76 


.91 


.67 


.58 


.45 


^'^ifi^- 


SALES IDE 


























FEESH USE 


























1945-46 




1.38 


1.41 


1.92 


1.53 


1.36 


1.55 


1.60 


1.65 


1.69 


1.69 


1.58 


1946-47 


2.16 


1.42 


1.40 


1.44 


.80 


.97 


.62 


.60 


.45 


.54 


.54 


.91 


1947-48 




1.50 


.75 


.33 


.50 


.51 


.38 


.24 


.35 


.37 


.37 


.59 


1948-49 


1.01 


.66 


.44 


.43 


.69 


.65 


1.15 


1.86 


2.46 


1.92 


1.96 


1.09 


1949-50 




2.75 


2.03 


2.00 


2.10 


2.12 


2.24 


2.20 


2.07 


1.61 


1.52 


2.12 


1950-51 


2.68 


1.44 


1.22 


1.34 


1.25 


1.52 


1.35 


1.33 


1.05 


.81 


.63 


1.30 


1951-52 




1.80 


1.20 


1.15 


1.08 


.81 


.77 


.57 


.79 


.68 


.96 


.93 


1952-53 




1.59 


1.26 


1.42 


1.21 


1.11 


1.00 


1.08 


1.15 


1.72 


1.32 


1.21 


1953-54 


2.40 


1.11 


1.15 


1.13 


.92 


.78 


.88 


.82 


.87 


.67 


1.66 


.95 


1954-55 


2.12 


1.32 


1.22 


1.07 


1.02 


.89 


.79 


.94 


.70 


1.10 


1.53 


1.02 


1955-56 2/ 




1.42 


1.10 


1.06 


.97 


.80 


.82 


.90 


1-31 


1.29 


1.60 


1.01 


1956-57 ~ 




2.47 


1.50 


1.39 


1.41 


1.26 


1.34 


1.23 


1.16 


1.19 


1.71 


1.42 


1957-58 




1.28 


1.15 


1.34 


1.39 


1.26 


1.58 


2.12 


3.25 








1.46 


1958-59 




2.39 


1.97 


1.62 


1.45 


1.29 


1.29 


1.05 


1.05 


1.38 


1.18 


1.42 


1959-60 




1.23 


1.18 


1.25 


1.22 


1.29 


1.34 


1.41 


1.90 


2.10 





1.33 


1960-61 2/ 


2.42 


1.78 


1.70 


1.60 


1.50 


1.18 


1.02 


.80 


.97 


.91 


1.95 


1.27 


1961-62 1/ 




1.44 


1.03 


.95 


.97 


1.00 


1.18 


1.10 


1.02 


1.08 


.90 


Unavai 1 


SALES FOE 
























PROCESSnJG 


























1945-46 




1.08 


1.28 


1.28 


1.06 


.98 


.96 


1.05 


1.43 


1.50 


1.51 


1.14 


1946-47 


.82 


.82 


.71 


.41 


.29 


.22 


.26 


.29 


.21 


.16 


.17 


,32 


1947-48 




.07 


.17 


.20 


.20 


.17 


.10 


.06 


.00 


.00 


.00 


,10 


1948-49 


.18 


.31 


.26 


.27 


.32 


.48 


.64 


.71 


.78 


.85 


.87 


.44 


1949-53 




1.06 


1.48 


1.69 


1.83 


1.76 


1.74 


1.71 


1.20 


1.23 


1.22 


1.62 


1950-51 


.42 


.57 


.60 


.60 


.72 


1.04 


.80 


.71 


,41 


.35 


.20 


.59 


1951-52 




.10 


.17 


.22 


.18 


.09 


.03 


-.06 


-.04 


.02 


.03 


.05 


1952-53 




-.05 


.07 


.37 


.48 


.43 


.42 


.34 


.28 


.46 


.40 


.36 


1953-54 


• 10 


.12 


.11 


.13 


.09 


.02 


-.04 


.01 


.10 


.06 


-.10 


,05 


1954-55 


-.03 


.00 


.12 


.18 


.19 


.18 


.19 


.15 


.12 


.14 


.08 


.16 


1955-56 




-.05 


- .05 


.15 


.23 


.16 


.08 


.10 


,30 


.50 


.50 


.19 


1956-57 




.00 


.20 


.27 


,45 


.45 


.35 


.38 


.46 


.37 


.26 


.38 


1957-58 




.36 


.43 


.46 


.53 


.54 


.67 


.75 


.52 






,53 


1958-59 




.38 


.68 


.78 


.73 


.68 


.73 


.53 


.83 


.83 


.48 


,68 


1959-eD 


.23 


.03 


.40 


.37 


.55 


.70 


.65 


.58 


.55 


.53 




,57 


1960-61 1/ 




.13 


.34 


.41 


.57 


.39 


.36 


.24 


.64 


.58 


.56 


.45 


1961-62 T/ 




-.24 


- .04 


.01 


.07 


.13 


.10 


.10 


.04 


.06 


,03 


Unavai 1- 


1/ 


Preliminary 










2/ Revised 









U. S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service 






- 21 - 

FLORIDA - EQUIVALENT "ON TEEE" PRICES. BY I.OKIHS 

PER BOX - SEiiSO'iS 1945/46-1961/62. HTCLUSIVE 

GEriPEFEUIT - Seedy 



SALES 



SEASON 



SEPT. XT. NOV. DEC. JAN 



1 T 



FEB 



MAR. 



APR. MkY JUHE JULY 



Season 
Average 



$ 



$ 



T 



T 



ALL IffiffiODS 
























OF SALE 
























1945-46 


1.31 


1.34 


1.39 


1.14 


1.07 


1.05 


1.12 


1.45 


1.56 


1.59 


1.23 


1946-47 


1.09 


1.07 


.72 


.48 


.43 


.37 


.31 


.23 


.25 


.27 


.62 


1947-48 


.88 


.41 


.25 


.22 


.18 


.12 


.07 


.07 


.05 


.02 


.20 


1943-49 


.36 


.31 


.32 


.36 


.46 


.63 


.86 


1.31 


1.23 


1.17 


.En 


1949-50 


2.09 


1.51 


1.65 


1.84 


1.77 


1.74 


1.75 


1.28 


1.25 


1.37 


1.66 


1950-51 


.88 


.66 


.67 


.77 


1.04 


.91 


.76 


.48 


.41 


.23 


.80 


1951-52 


.89 


.46 


.45 


.39 


.24 


.18 


.09 


.11 


.12 


.19 


.29 


1952-53 


.72 


.37 


.48 


.54 


.47 


.47 


.47 


.49 


.70 


.68 


.49 


1953-54 


.52 


.38 


.36 


.28 


.19 


.11 


.13 


.18 


.12 


.41 


.25 


1954-55 


.53 


.44 


.44 


.38 


.35 


.25 


.28 


.28 


.32 


.42 


.37 


1955-56 


.65 


.23 


.33 


.31 


.26 


.20 


.22 


.46 


.55 


.61 


.30 


1956-57 


1.65 


.53 


.60 


.62 


.59 


.49 


.47 


.56 


.47 


.42 


.58 


1957-58 


.71 


.70 


.71 


.69 


.69 


.88 


1.28 


.90 


- — 




.74 


1958-59 


1.39 


.99 


.93 


.85 


.75 


.70 


.59 


.81 


.87 


_.. 


.83 


1959-60 2/ 


1.53 .77 


.88 


.90 


.91 


.99 


1.01 


.84 


.79 




._ 


.91 


1960-61 1/ 


1.23 


.90 


1.04 


1.03 


.90 


.68 


.40 


.76 


.68 


__ 


Unavaol- 
able 


1961-62 1/ 


• 59 


.58 


.56 


.58 


.75 


.37 


.36 


.18 


.15 


— 


SALES FOR 
























FRESH USE 
























1945-46 


1.38 


1.36 


1.58 


1.31 


1.21 


1.23 


1.32 


1.33 


1.64 


1.62 


1.38 


1946-47 


1.16 


1.18 


1.16 


.73 


.69 


.54 


.40 


.40 


.44 


.43 


.99 


1947-48 


1.08 


.61 


.33 


.31 


.25 


.20 


.14 


.14 


.17 


.17 


.41 


1948-49 


.43 


.45 


.35 


.47 


.52 


.79 


1.25 


1.80 


1.56 


1.56 


.67 


1949-50 


2.27 


1.53 


1.56 


1.74 


1.73 


1.7D 


1.74 


1.55 


1.46 


1.52 


1.72 


1950-51 


1.05 


.88 


.92 


.87 


1.04 


.98 


.94 


.78 


.65 


.45 


1.01 


1951-52 


1.18 


.74 


.70 


.63 


.43 


.38 


.30 


.38 


.44 


.52 


.54 


1952-53 


.90 


.62 


.66 


.71 


.53 


.61 


.66 


.69 


1.07 


.84 


.68 


1953-54 


.80 


.77 


.73 


.59 


.39 


.39 


.36 


.39 


.39 


1.16 


.57 


1954-55 


.71 


.72 


.66 


.61 


.56 


.46 


.54 


.55 


.67 


1.00 


.66 


1955-56 


.84 


.67 


.59 


.52 


.43 


.41 


.41 


.76 


.85 


1.16 


.58 


1956-57 


2.15 


.98 


.89 


.99 


.81 


.80 


.80 


.95 


.96 


1.16 


1.03 


1957-56 


.87 


.87 


1.00 


.87 


.83 


1.17 


1.65 


1.97 


• - 


.. 


.98 


1953-59 


1.83 


1.51 


1.18 


.97 


.84 


.86 


.65 


.73 


.78 





1.05 


1S59-60 2/ 


1.79 1.02 


.92 


1.10 


1.07 


1.12 


1.15 


1.13 


1.23 





— 


1.10 


1960-61 1/ 


1.43 


1.29 


1.33 


1.41 


1.00 


.68 


.51 


.87 


.81 


-. 


"^'kli 


1961-62 1/ 


.81 


.85 


.83 


.90 


.93 


.89 


.84 


.64 


.77 


— 


SALES FOE 
























PROCESSING 
























1945-46 


1.08 


1.32 


1.32 


1.10 


1.05 


1.03 


1.10 


1.46 


1.55 


1.59 


1.19 


1946-47 


1.02 


1.04 


.60 


.42 


.34 


.32 


.30 


.21 


.16 


.17 


.49 


1947-48 


.31 


.31 


.24 


.21 


.16 


.11 


.06 


.05 


.00 


•00 


.14 


1943-49 


.30 


.28 


.31 


.34 


.45 


.58 


.65 


.74 


.84 


.85 


.43 


1949-50 


1.06 


1.49 


1.70 


1.86 


1.79 


1.76 


1.75 


1.23 


1.23 


1.23 


1.64 


1950-51 


.57 


.60 


.60 


.75 


1.04 


.90 


.71 


.41 


.35 


.20 


.74 


1951-52 


.10 


.22 


.37 


.29 


.14 


.05 


- .05 


-.04 


.02 


.03 


.14 


1952-53 


- .05 


.21 


.42 


.50 


.45 


.43 


.37 


.28 


.46 


.40 


.42 


1953-54 


.18 


.25 


.23 


.20 


.12 


.03 


.06 


.13 


.07 


-.08 


.14 


1954-55 


.17 


.36 


.37 


.33 


.29 


.21 


.18 


.12 


.14 


.08 


.28 


1955-56 


-.05 


.05 


.24 


.27 


.22 


.15 


.12 


.30 


.50 


.50 


.21 


1956-57 


.10 


.35 


.52 


.55 


.55 


.45 


.42 


.46 


.37 


.26 


.47 


1957-58 


.57 


.65 


.65 


.66 


.67 


.81 


.84 


.61 





-- 


.68 


1958-59 


.48 


.83 


.88 


.83 


.73 


.68 


.58 


.83 


.88 


.« 


.78 


1359-60 2/ 


.23 .43 


.88 


.38 


.88 


.98 


.98 


.73 


.73 





— 


.88 


1960-61 2/ 


.23 


.50 


.98 


.93 


.88 


.68 


.38 


.73 


.63 


-- 


.75 


1961-62 1/ 


.15 


.52 


.53 


.53 


.73 


.30 


.28 


.10 


.08 


" 


Unav|jl. 


1/ Preliminary 










2/ Bev 


iged 









U. S. Department of xigriculture , Statistical Reporting Service 



22 



FLDRim - EQUIVALENT "ON THEE" PEICES. BY MDNIHS 

PEE BOX - SEASONS 1945/46-1961/62. IMCLUSITE 

lANffiEIEES 



SALES 



SEASON 



NOV. 



lEC. 



JAN. 



FEB. 



MAE. 



APE. 



Season 
Average 



ALL MEIHODS 
OF SALES 



1947- 

1948. 
1949- 
1950- 
1951- 
1952- 
1953- 
1954- 
1955- 
1956- 
1957- 
1958- 
1959- 
1960- 
1961- 



.48 
•49 
■50 
■51 
■52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 2/ 

62 Ij 



1.88 


.79 


.52 


.52 








.80 


1.02 


1.16 


.94 


1.02 


2.99 


3.39 


i.ao 


2.62 


1.87 


1.11 


.90 


1.51 





1.45 


2.98 


2.55 


.81 


.58 


.50 


1.14 


1.44 


2.84 


1.03 


.94 


.57 


3.70 


.— 


1.31 


3.24 


1.35 


.92 


.67 


1.66 





1.37 


2.28 


1.44 




2.07 


3.35 


.». 


1.60 


3.48 


1.40 


.92 


.70 


1.18 


.- 


1.39 


3.24 


2.10 


.84 


1.01 


.98 


1.67 


1.77 


2.98 


1.57 


1.20 


1.09 


1.22 


.^ 


1.73 


2.83 


2.30 


2.06 


1.26 







2.40 


2.80 


1.94 


.88 


.51 





— - 


1.62 


2.70 


2.60 


2.30 


__ 


— . 


-- 


2.59 


4.13 


1.86 


.96 


.82 


_^ 


.. 


1.53 


3.20 


2.10 


1.75 


.88 


1.24 


.- 


Unavailable 



SALES rOE 
FEESa USE 



SALES FOE 
PPOCESSING 



1947-48 

1948-49 

1949-50 

1950-51 

1951-52 

1952-53 

1953-54 

1954-55 

1955-56 

1956-57 

1957-58 

1958-59 

1959-60 2/ 

1960-61 2/ 

1961-62 1/ 



1947-48 
1948-49 
1949-50 
1950-51 
1951-52 
1952-53 
1953-54 
1954-55 
1955-56 
1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 
1961-62 1/ 



2.01 


.92 


.73 


.82 


_. 





.99 


1.30 


1.41 


1.24 


1.41 


3.10 


3.58 


1.51 


2.81 


2.15 


1.52 


1.38 


2.17 


_- 


1.92 


3.09 


2.81 


1.09 


.99 


1.40 


1.41 


1.99 


3.01 


1.18 


1.14 


.81 


4.47 





1.56 


3-45 


1.54 


1.28 


1.12 


3.80 


_» 


1.76 


2.70 


1.87 


1.30 


3.08 


3.68 


3.33 


2.10 


3.64 


1.65 


1.21 


1.21 


1.85 





1.78 


3.55 


2.50 


1.09 


1.62 


1.69 


1.74 


2.23 


3.38 


1.94 


1.67 


2.02 


2.85 


— 


2-31 


3.21 


2.65 


2.52 


2.11 


«_ 


__ 


2.86 


3.22 


2.39 


1.82 


1.25 


.._ 


^. 


2.42 


3.24 


3.34 


2.96 





. . 


.. 


3.26 


4.62 


2.30 


1.41 


1.69 


__ 


— 


2.18 


3.52 


2.42 


2.68 


2.19 


2.77 


— 


Unavailable 


.05 


-.05 


-.15 


-.10 






-.10 


.08 


.15 


.25 


.24 


.05 


.30 


.17 


.05 


.38 


.46 


.46 


.61 




.45 


.05 


.05 


.01 


.21 


.21 


.20 


.16 


.14 


.03 


.03 


.03 


.03 




.03 


- .14 


- .13 


- .10 


.09 


.24 


._ 


-.02 


.00 


- .06 


-.09 


.06 


.03 





-.05 


- .02 


.04 


.04 


.07 


.12 


._ 


.06 


.17 


.17 


.12 


.12 


.17 


.17 


.15 


.02 


.20 


.28 


.27 


.27 


_« 


.22 


.11 


.12 


.07 


.07 


.. 


-.- 


.10 


.05 


.35 


.30 


.25 


» — 


— — 


.30 


-.15 


- .05 


.30 




— - 


— 


•00 


- .45 


.10 


.30 


.15 


_^ 


__ 


.20 


-.45 


.15 


.35 


.15 


.20 


" 


Unavailable 


Lnary 








2/ 


Eevised 





U. S- Department of Agriculture, Statistical Eeporting Service 



- 23 - 



jJlORim - EOmVALDIT 'ftN TIEE" PBICES 
SEASONS - 1945/46-1961/62 



PER BOX 



SEASON 



ALL 
METHODS 
SALES 



SOLD 
USE 



SOLD for 
PHOCESS- 
IN& 



ALL 
METHODS I 
SALES 



SOLD 
F^SH 



SOLD for 
PHOCESS- 



ALL 
METHODS 
SALES 



SOLD 

FBESH 
USE 



SOLD for 
PPPCESS- 
IN& 



1945-46 

1946-47 

1947-48 

1948-49 

1949-50 

1950-51 

1951-52 

1952-53 

1953-54 

1954-55 

1955-56 

1956-57 

1957-53 

19b8-59 2/ 

1953-60 

1960-61 

1961-62 1/ 



1945-46 

1946-47 

1947-48 

1948-49 

1949-50 

1950-51 

1951-52 

1952-53 

1953-54 

1954-55 2/ 

1955-56 "" 

1956-57 

1957-58 

1958-59 

1959-60 

1960-61 

1961-62 1/ 



1955-56 
1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 
1961-62 ly 



A 1 1 

ORANGES 



2.37 
.95 
.63 
1.39 
2.14 
1.65 
.80 
1.2S 
1.26 
1.37 
1.85 
1.40 
2.14 
2.87 
1.96 
3.01 



$ 



2.35 
1.25 

.76 
1.47 
2.19 
1.76 

.86 
1.31 
1.39 
1.42 
1.86 
1.69 
2.00 
2.78 
2.02 
3.12 



$ 2.41 

.46 

.52 

1.29 

2.12 

1.57 

.76 

1.27 

1.30 

1.35 



,85 
.31 
,18 
.89 
.94 
,98 



All 

GRAPEFRUIT 



1.27 
.63 
.26 
.67 

1.79 
.94 
.52 
.76 
.49 
.63 
.57 
.89 
.98 

1.04 

1.05 
.94 



$ 



1.50 

.94 

.52 

.95 

1.99 

1.22 

.81 

1.08 

.86 

.95 

.92 

1.36 

1.37 

1.36 

1.31 

1.23 



$ 1.17 
.43 
.13 
.43 
1.63 
.70 
.12 
.40 
.11 
.24 
.20 
.44 
.63 
.75 
.76 
.64 



TAIJGELO S 



3.57 
2.52 
3.75 
3.55 
4.29 
4.91 



3.85 
2.80 
4.25 
3.60 
4.95 
5.55 



1.45 
1.15 
1.35 
2.55 
1.10 
2.20 



Early 4 Midseason 
RANGES 



$ 2.09 

.84 

.66 

.75 

1.80 

1.46 

.70 

1.12 

1.10 

1.12 

1.71 

1.45 

1.57 

2.67 

1.87 

3.02 



2.14 

1.14 
.71 
.78 

1.74 

1.58 
.78 

1.15 
25 
20 
70 
69 
52 
62 



2.00 
3.19 



$ 2.00 

.25 

.62 

.71 

1.84 

1.38 

.65 

1.11 

1-05 

1.09 

1.72 

1.3? 

1.58 

2.66 

1-82 

2.98 



Seedless 

GRAPEFRUIT 



1.33 
.64 
.33 
.85 

1.94 

1.09 

.74 

1.01 

.71 

.81 

.80 

1.12 

1.16 

1.20 

1.12 

1.02 



1.58 


$ 1.14 


$ 1.23 


.91 


.32 


.62 


.59 


.10 


.20 


1.09 


.44 


.50 


2.12 


1.62 


1.66 


1.30 


.59 


.eo 


.93 


.05 


.29 


1.21 


.36 


.49 


.95 


.05 


.25 


1.02 


.16 


.37 


1.01 


.19 


.30 


1.42 


.33 


.53 


1.46 


.53 


.74 


1.42 


.68 


.S3 


1.33 


.57 


.91 


1.27 


.45 


.80 



T E M P L E S 



1.68 
1.97 
2.33 

2.87 
2.41 
3.43 



1.75 

2.18 
2.67 
3.06 
2.86 
3.83 



t 



1.45 
1.15 
1.43 
2.48 
1.58 
2.88 



Late (Valencia) 

ORANGES 



2.67 
1.10 

.60 
2.16 
2.61 
1.S7 

.93 
1.51 
1.46 

72 



2.C4 
1.34 
3.17 
3.12 
2.07 
2.99 



$ 2.60 

1.42 

.82 

2.24 
2.73 
2.01 
.97 
1.54 
1.57 
1.75 
2.08 
1.63 
2.96 
3.06 
2-04 
3.01 



$ 2.76 
.67 
.41 
2.06 
2.52 
1.79 
.SO 
1.49 
1.39 
1.71 
2.02 
1.22 
3.23 
3.13 
2.08 
2.98 



Seedy 

GRAPEFRUI 



$ 1.38 

.99 

.41 

.67 

1.72 

l.Oi 

.54 

.66 

.57 

.66 

.58 

1.03 

.98 

1.05 

1.10 

1.02 



$ 1 



19 
49 
.14 
.43 
1.64 
.74 
.14 
.42 
.14 
.28 
.21 
.47 
.68 
.78 
.88 
.75 



Ij Not available at tixe of simrary release. 



2/ Revised 



U. S. DepartiLent of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service. 



- 24 - 



UNLOADS. BAIL & TRUCK - OBAJJGES - 41 U. S. CITIES & 5 CANADIAIT CITIES 



FIPM SiiyT. 


1. 1961 IHHU JULY 31. 1962 


- BY STATES OF 


ORIGIN 


500 boxe 




Carlots rail & "boat - Truck & boat converted to carlot 


equivalent 


s on basis 


s. 




FLA. 


CALIF. 


AEI2 


• 


TEX. 


MSDC. 


TOTAL 


Cities 


Sail 




Rail 


Rail 




Rail 


Rail 


Rail 








Truck 


Truck 


Truck 


Truck 


Truck 




Truck 


Albany, N-Y. 


2 


170 


133 14 


6 


1 


^ . 


. .. 


141 


185 


Atlanta, Ga. 


13 


840 


2 25 


- 


- 


- 


1 


15 


866 


Baltinnre, Md. 


649 


292 


152 11 


3 


- 


1 


- 


805 


303 


Birmingham, Ala. 


2 


447 


2 16 


- 


- 


3 


- 


4 


466 


Boston, Mass. # 


416 


482 


1042 6 


39 


- 


- 


- 


1497 


488 


Buffalo, N.Y. 


22 


187 


187 


3 


- 


- 


- 


212 


187 


Chicago, 111. # 


314 


953 


908 269 


97 


34 


6 11 


- 14 


1325 


1281 


Cincinnati, 0. 


221 


162 


148 9 


4 


1 


7 


- 


373 


179 


Cleveland, 0- 


119 


529 


393 4 


34 


1 


- 


2 


546 


536 


Columbia, S.C. 


64 


434 


2 7 


_ 


- 


1 


- 


66 


442 


Dallas, Tex. 


_ 


199 


- 176 


2 


11 


- 190 


9 


2 


585 


Denver, Colo. 


_ 


104 


- 396 


_ 


23 


66 


- 


- 


589 


Detroit, Mich. # 


329 


362 


645 91 


70 


3 


3 5 


- 


1047 


461 


Ft. Worth, Tex. 


_ 


58 


2 58 


1 


6 


51 


4 


3 


177 


Houston, Tex. 


_ 


175 


7 104 


- 


14 


76 


6 


7 


375 


Indianapolis, Ind. 


48 


308 


102 38 


9 


1 


4 


- 


159 


351 


Kansas City, Mo. 


1 


207 


3 255 


1 


1 


4 44 


1 


9 


508 


Los Angeles, Cal . 


6 


260 


- 2592 


- 


87 


30 


7 


6 


2976 


Louisville, Ky. 


32 


279 


13 8 


- 


- 


1 1 


- 


46 


288 


Memphis, Tenn. 


32 


209 


53 


- 


- 


11 50 


2 


43 


314 


Miami, Fla. 


• 


612 


2 40 


- 


- 


- - 


- 


2 


652 


Milwaukee, 7/is. 


26 


148 


118 117 


5 


4 


4 


- 


149 


273 


Mnpls-St.Paul, Minn. 


_ 


82 


139 197 


8 


18 


10 


- 


147 


307 


Nashville , Tenn. 


23 


75 


6 


- 


_ 


8 


- ., 


23 


89 


New Orleans , La. # 


2 


405 


3 33 


_ 


_ 


3 11 


^ 


8 


452 


New York City-Newaik ^ 


2816 


1277 


2634 3 


15 


4 


- 


3 


5465 


1287 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


1556 


832 


847 30 


9 


_ 


- 


1 


2412 


863 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


280 


342 


576 


40 


_ 


1 


- 


897 


342 


Portland, Ore. 


28 


2 


50 306 


2 


1 


2 


- 


80 


311 


Providence, R.I. 


33 


107 


75 1 


_ 


- 


_ 


- 


108 


108 


St. Louis, Mo. # 


26 


269 


192 126 


23 


2 


8 11 


2 


249 


410 


Salt Lake City, Utah 




26 


4 222 


- 


8 


19 


- — 


4 


275 


San Antonio, Tex. 


.. 


162 


83 


- 


6 


- 127 


- 14 


- 


392 


SanFiancisco<&.kland 


9 


106 


2 1007 


- 


22 


21 


1 


11 


1157 


Seattle-Tacoma, Wash. 


97 


13 


133 350 


2 


6 


1 


2 


232 


372 


Washington, D.C. 


109 


340 


77 15 


1 


- 


_ 


- 


187 


355 


Wichita, Kans. # 


- 


26 


- 110 


- 


6 


87 


2 


- 


231 


TOTAL 


7275 




8593 


374 




38 


«. 


16280 






11481 


6778 


2601 


840 


74 




19433 


Montreal , Can. # 


33 


59S 


611 21 


157 






75 


876 


616 


Otta'/ra,, Can. # 


_ 


29 


157 1 


6 


_ 


— w 


1 


164 


30 


Toronto, Ont • , Can. # 


46 


400 


841 57 


72 


6 


4 1 


87 


1050 


464 


Vancouver, B.C. f 


27 




98 296 


4 


- 


« 


15 


144 


296 


Winnipeg, Man., Can. ^ 


- 


34 


214 34 


7 


- 


- 


1 19 


222 


87 


TOTAL 


106 




1921 


246 




4 


179 


2456 






1058 


409 




6 


1 


19 




1493 


#-Additional UNLOADS - RAIL 


- UNITED STATES — New York C 


ity-Kewark, 


Israel 44. 




CAHaIA — Montreal 


Ottawa Toronto 




VancoVN 


er Winnipeg 




Japan 7 


Sd. Africa 1 Italy 




2 Forme's 


a 11 So. Africa 1 


Israel 92 


Japan 7 Japan 


2 


5 So. ^fr 


ica 18 China 


2 


So. Africa 364 


Israel 10 So. Africa 4 


4 J'apan 


288 Israel 


7 




Israel 


8 


4 


Japan 


118 


f-i,dditional UNLOADS - 


TRUCK 


- UNI 


TED STATES — 


Boston, 


Is 


rael 2 - Ne 


w Orleans, 


La. 226 


- 



St. Louis, La. 2 - Chicago, 

Canada — Montreal 

Israel 1 

Greece 1 



Unknown 1 Israel 2 - Detroit, Israel 3 - Wichita, Unknown 1. 



^t_tawa To^ont^ 

ScAfrica 7 "So. Africa 197 



Winnipeg 
Israel 1 



- 25 - 

UKLQADS. RA.II i TRUCK - GRAPEFRUIT - 41 U. S. CITIES & 5 CANADIAIT CITIES 
FROM SEPT. 1. 1961 EHJ JULY 31. 1962 - BY STATE OF ORIGDJ 

Caxlots real includ* boat - Truck & boat converted to carlot equivalents on basis 500 boxes 



Cities 


FLA. 


CALIF. 


ARIZ. 
Rail 


TEX. 


IffiX. 


TOUL 


Rail 




Hail 




Rail 




Rail 


E^Y" " 








Truck 




Truck 




Truck 




Truck 


Truck 




Truck 


Albany, N.Y. 


17 


185 


3 


1 


_ 


_ 








20 


186 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1 


404 


- 


_ 


3 


1 


. 


5 


_ _ 


4 


410 


Baltin:ore, Md. 


391 


237 


2 


1 


1 




. 




•• •» 


394 


238 


Birmingham, Ala. 


- 


181 


- 


1 


• 


. 


» 


6 


^ _ 


^ 


188 


Boston, Mass. 


8D5 


316 


41 


« 


8 


_ 


_ 




. _ 


654 


316 


Buffalo, N.Y. 


34 


286 


3 


• 


18 


_ 


^ 


^ 


■• •■ 


55 


286 


Chicago, 111. 


464 


955 


12 


3 


14 


1 


34 


76 


^ _ 


524 


1035 


Cincinnati, 0. 


158 


aoi 


5 


•. 


2 


. 


1 


15 


» ^ 


166 


216 


Cleveland, 0. 


169 


565 


9 


. 


5 


_ 


1 


3 


. _ 


184 


568 


Columbia, S.C. 


8 


113 


_ 


^ 


. 


„ 


^ 


2 


^ ^^ 


8 


115 


Dallas, Tex. 


- 


167 


_ 


22 


_ 


3 


. 


235 


. _ 




427 


Denver, Colo. 


- 


275 


- 


43 


« 


21 


. 


170 


. . 


. 


509 


Detroit, Mich. 


425 


457 


14 


4 


14 


^ 


33 


5 


^ ^ 


486 


466 


Ft. Tforth. Tex. 


» 


40 


_ 


8 




1 




46 


. m. 




95 


Houston, Tex. 


- 


71 


. 


6 


_ 


2 


^ 


68 


«, _ 


_ 


147 


IndiaQapolis, Ind. 
Kansas City, Mo. 


36 
1 


302 
265 


5 
2 


13 


4 
1 


2 


19 


5 
64 


- 


45 
23 


307 
344 


Los Angeles, Cal. 


5 


250 


_ 


526 


_ 


840 




252 


_ .. 


5 


1868 


Louisville, Ky. 


9 


216 


1 


- 


- 


_ 


. 


6 


_ • 


10 


222 


Menphis, Tenn. 


1 


135 


_ 


5 


1 


3 


2 


24 


_ _ 


4 


167 


Miami, Fla. 


- 


537 


. 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- — 


_ 


538 


Milwaukee, '7is. 


62 


255 


. 


2 


_ 


— 


5 


18 


. _ 


67 


275 


Mnpls-St.Paul, liinn. 


23 


410 


8 


9 


4 


1 


4 


98 


« _ 


39 


518 


Nashville, Tenn. 


12 


29 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


2 


3 


w — 


15 


33 


New Orleans, La. 


2 


181 


« 


5 


_ 


_ 


6 


12 


_ _ 


8 


198 


New York Ci ty-Wewark 


2649 


1377 


43 


1 


9 


_ 


_ 


_ 


. -. 


2701 


1378 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


987 


596 


13 


- 


14 


- 


. 


- 


- 


1014 


596 


Pittsburgh, Pa- 


316 


285 


8 


1 


2 


_ 


1 


4 


. _ 


327 


290 


Portland, Ore. 


134 


14 


7 


44 


4 


64 


11 


68 


_ _ 


156 


190 


Providence, R.I. 


12 


109 


_ 


. 


1 


— 


» 


. 


. _ 


13 


109 


St. Loms, :&. 


51 


377 


4 


7 


4 


4 


15 


16 


. . 


74 


404 


Salt Lake City, Utah 
San Antonio, Tex. 


3 


137 


— 


46 


. 


14 


_ 


99 


. • 


3 


296 


- 


71 


- 


10 


_ 


4 


_ 


73 


. — 


_ 


158 


San IVancisco -Oakland 


7 


183 


- 


188 


« 


264 


_ 


111 


— — 


7 


746 


Seattle-Tacons., Wash. 


2D8 


18 


9 


52 


53 


27 


3 


79 


- 


273 


176 


Washington, D.C. 


54 


334 


4 


1 


2 




- 


— 


- 


60 


335 


Wichita, Kans. # 


- 


51 


- 


38 


- 


7 


- 


201 


- 


- 


297 


TOTAL 


6844 




194 




164 




137 




^ 


7339 






10585 




1039 




1259 




1764 






14647 


Montreal, Can. # 


40 


1035 


7 




18 










65 


1035 


Ottawa, Ont. , Can- 


9 


141 


5 


2 


4 


. 


« 


^ 


_ _ 


18 


143 


Toronto, Ont. 


79 


1087 


29 


3 


9 


1 


. 


_. 


. . 


117 


1091 


Vancouver, B.C. 


188 


12 


4 


19 


4 


_ 


_ 


9 


_ . 


196 


40 


^.'innipeg, Man. , Can. 


- 


228 


7 


3 


15 


2 


- 


10 


- 


22 


243 


■Dotal 


^16 




52 




50 




«. 




_ 


418 






2503 




27 




3 




19 


- 




2552 



#-^ddiU^D^_lM:DADS - RkIL - UNITES STATES 
CANADA —None 



None. 



#-AddiUonal_UNjnA£S - TRUCK - UiTIIED STATES — T^'ichita, Unknovm 3. 

CaKAD^ — Montreal 

Cent. Amsrica 5. 



- 26 - 

UNLOADS. BAIL & TRUCK - TANGEEIUES - 41 U. S. CITIES & 5 CMAJIAJJ CITIES 
FH)M SEPT. 1. 1961 THRU JULY 31. 1962 - BY STATES OF ORIGIN 
Carlots rail include boat - Truck & boat converted to carlot equivalents on basis 500 boxes 





FLA. 


CALIF. 
Hail 


ARIZ. 


TEX. 


MEX. 


TOTAL 


Cities 


&il 




Bail 




Rail 




Rail 




Rail 








Truck 




Truck 




Truck 


Truck 




Truck 




Truck 


Albany, K.Y. 


3 


37 


_ 


^ 


^ 


. 


_ 


^ 


_ 


_ 


3 


37 


Atlanta, Ga. 


2 


72 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


74 


Baltimore, Md. 


50 


48 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


50 


48 


Birmingham, Ala. 


1 


49 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


1 


49 


Boston, Mass. 


98 


123 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


98 


123 


Buffalo, N.Y. 


7 


42 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


> 


- 


1 


- 


8 


42 


Chicago, 111. 


66 


156 


_ 


- 


- 


1 


- 


5 


5 


18 


71 


180 


Cincinnati, 0. 


28 


32 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


- 


2 


28 


34 


Cleveland, 0. 


30 


114 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


3 


31 


117 


Columbia, S.C. 


1 


57 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


. 


- 


- 


- 


1 


57 


Dallas, Tex. 


. 


17 


_ 


.. 


. 


.. 


_ 


1 


_ 


8 


- 


26 


Denver, Colo • 


^ 


45 


.. 


5 


- 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


7 


- 


57 


Detroit, Ifich. 


84 


125 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


84 


132 


Ft. Worth, Tex. 


_ 


4 


_ 


« 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


.. 


3 


- 


7 


Houston, Tex. 


_ 


10 


_ 


1 




- 


- 


5 


- 


10 


- 


26 


Indianapolis, Ind. 
Kansas City, Mo. 


3 


69 


_ 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


69 


_ 


28 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


. 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


28 


Los Angeles, Cal. 


- 


1 


_ 


370 


- 


50 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


421 


Louisville, Ky. 


3 


24 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


24 


Meoqphis, Tenn. 


*■ 


30 




- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


30 


Miami, Fla. 




66 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


68 


iiiilwaukee. Wis. 


3 


38 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


3 


39 


Mnpls-St. Paul, Minn. # 


1 


57 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


59 


Nashville, Tenn. 


- 


2 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


- 


- 


- 


6 


New Orlfcans, La. # 


_ 


23 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


. 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


23 


Nev7 York City-Nevra, rk 


482 


284 


- 


. 


- 


_ 


_ 


1 


1 


2 


483 


287 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


154 


la 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


154 


150 


Pittsbxirgh, Pa. 


90 


104 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- . 


91 


104 


Portland, Ore. 


2 


2 


- 


20 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


24 


Providence, E.I. 


10 


48 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


- 


10 


48 


St. Louis, Mo. 


1 


57 


- 


1 




- 


- 


- 


2 


5 


3 


63 


Salt Lake City, Utah 


_ 


3 


- 


11 


_ 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 




15 


San Antonio , Tex. 


. 


7 


_ 


3 


- 


^. 


- 


6 


^ 


28 


- 


44 


S&n Francisco-Oak Ian d 


_ 


_ 


- 


62 




13 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


75 


Seattle-Tacoma, Wash. 


8 


2 


- 


18 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8 


20 


Washington, D. C. 


8 


56 


- 


~ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8 


56 


Wichita, Kans. 


- 


6 


- 


1 


- 


- 


_ 


7 


_ 


- 


^ 


14 


TOTALS 


1135 




_ 




^ 








11 




1146 






1988 




496 




68 




29 




93 




2674 


Mont real , Que . , Can . 


1 


151 


1 












4 


_ 


6 


151 


Ottav«a, Ont., Can. 


2 


3 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


2 


3 


Toronto, Ont. . Can. 


8 


99 


« 


« 


_ 


^ 


.. 


_ 


61 


1 


69 


100 


Vancouver, B.C., Can. 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


Winnipeg, Ivlan. .Can. 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


TOTALS 


11 


254 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


65 


1 


77 


255 



#-Addiii^nal_lM^ADS - RAIL - UNITED STATES — N one. 
CARAEA —None 



#-Addiiio,nal_CKIOi6DS - TRUCK - UNITED STATES — 
CAMDA —None 



Minneapolis-St. Paul, La. 1 
New Orleans, La. 5 



- 27- 



UNLOABS. HAIL & THJCK . - MIX ED CITHJS - 41 U. S. CITIES & 5 CAWADIAN CITIES 
TBm SEE! 1. 1961 THRU JULY 31. 1962 - BY STjOSS OF ORIGK 
Carlots rail include boat - Truck & boat converted to carlot equivalents on basis 500 boxes 



Cities 



Albany, N.Y. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Baltimore, Md. 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Boston, Mass. 

Buffalo, K.Y. 

Chicago , 111 - 

Cincinnati, 0. 

Cleveland, 0. 

Columbia, S.C. 

Dallas, Tez. 

Denver, Colo • 

Detroit, Mich. 

Ft. Worth, Tex. 

Houston, Tex. 

Indianapoli s , Ind . 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Los Angeles, Cal- 
Louisville, Ky. 
Metijihis, Tenn. 
:<Iiaim., Fla. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 
Mnpl s-St. Paul, Minn. 
Nashville , Tenn. 
New Orleans, La. 
ifewYo ik City- Newark 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pittsbxirgh, Pa. 
Portland, Ore. 
Providence, B.I. 
Su. Louis, Mo. 
Salt Lake City, Utah 
San Antonio, Tex. 
fen Franc i s 00 -Oa klan d 
Seattle-TaconB, Xls-sh. 
Washington, D.C. 
Wichita, Kans. 



FLA. 

isn — 



Truck 



2ie 

237 
6 

34 
89 
11 
13 



150 

11 

35 
27 

35 

9 

1306 
242 

127 
3 

11 



2 

2 

29 



138 



11 
7 

79 

10 
1 



"2^^ 



CALIF. 

sn — 



ARIZ. 

"Ran — 



Truck 



17 

1 

32 

43 

12 

13 

5 

3 

6 



23 

1 
2 
1 

7 

1 

6 



55 

5 

10 

1 

1 
4 



Truck 



8 
4 

4 



15 

4 
1 



2 
22 



TEX. 

mn. — 



Truck 



12 



12 

2 
1 

4 
2 



134 



MEX. 

isn — 



Truck 



TOTAL 

mn 



23 

1 
251 

288 
22 

102 
95 
16 
24 



184 



"mr 



Truck 



139 



1 


10 


14 


_ 


13 


- 


42 


_ 


39 


11 


1 


^ 


37 


24 


7 




9 


84 


4 


11 


1364 


1 


247 


« 


139 


« 


4 


. 


1 


^ 


153 


- 


1 


_ 


2 


- 


7 


_ 


51 


4 



TOTAL 



257 



274 



26 



33 



177 



286 



Uontreal, Can. 
Ottai*., Can- 
Toronto , Ont . 
Vai:icouver, B.C., Can. 
'Vinnipeg, Can. 



2 
5 



6 
6 



TOT.a 



15 



#-Add i t i onal UNLOADS 
CAI^ADA —None 



BAIL 



LTIITED STATES — None 



#-Addiii^nal_mR4]^ - TRUCK - UNITED STATES — None 
CA1:ADA —None 



EXPLANATION - Where rail unloads shov? State of Origin & no shipiients shown to 
cover - due probably to 'mixed' cars being reported as to pre- 
dominating coooBodity. 



- 28 



CITBUS UNLOADS - EA.IL OMLY - kISCELLAMEOUS U. S. CITIES - BY STATES OF ORIG-B r 

SEPT. 1. 1961 IHBU JULY 31. 19S2 
- Boat Converted to Carlo t Equivalents - 



Cities 


ORANGES 


GRAPEE'HJIT 


lANGS 


MIXED 


CITBUS 




Ariz. 


Cfedif. 


Fla.. 


Ifex. 


Ariz. 


Cal. Fla. 


Tez. 


Fla. 


Ariz. 


Cal. 


Fla. 


Tex. 


Akron, 0. 




13 




_ 


_ 


» w 


_. 


_ 


^ 


^ 


_ 


^. 


Altoona, Pa. 


1 


25 


10 


- 


1 


4 


- 


1 


- 


6 


11 


-. 


Bridgeport, Conn. 
Charleston, S.C. 


. 


36 


12 


-. 


- 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


1 


28 


* 


_ 


10 


- 


- 


- 


1 


22 


— 


Charleston, W.Va. 


1 


7 


15 


- 


_ 


5 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Charlotte, N. C 


- 


1 


8 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Chattanooga, Tenn. 


- 


- 


6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Colxmbus, 0. 


15 


83 


21 


_ 


4 


12 


- 


8 


- 


1 


40 


- 


Davenport , la- *# 


- 


4 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Dayton, Q. 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


— 


- 


- 


Decatur, 111. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Des ifcines, la. 


_ 


_ 


_ 


. 


.. 


_ 


2 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Duluth, Minn. 


1 


4 


_ 


- 


. 


_ 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


El Paso, Tea:. 


_ 


_ 


_ 


. 


_ 


_ _ 


. 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


_ 


Evansviile, Ind. 


_ 


^ 


3 


_ 


_ 


.- — 


— 


1 


_ 


_ 


.. 


. 


Flint, Mich. 


_ 


28 


15 


_ 


«, 


1 13 


» 


1 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


Ft. Vfeyne, Ind. 


_ 


8 


^ 


_ 


_ 


6 


_ 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


. 


Grand Eapids, Mich. 


5 


93 


1 


. 


3 


. » 


_ 


3 


- 


9 


4 


_ 


Hartford, Conn. 


« 


141 


45 


_ 


3 


35 


- 


15 


_ 


2 


9 


1 


Huntington, W.Va. 


_ 


3 


5 


- 


_ 


* - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


_ 


Jackson, Miss. 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


— « 


. 


^ 


« 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Jacksonville, Fla. 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


^ 


_ . 


_ 


_ 


. 


_ 


_ 


- 


Knoxvil 1 e , Tenn . 


_ 


2 


5 


_ 


_ 


«. _ 


3 


_ 


_ 


^ 


6 


1 


Lexington, Ky. 


— 


_ 


_ 


^ 


«. 


— — 


_ 


. 


_ 


1 


1 


_ 


Little Bock, atW. 


_ 


1 


_ 


^ 


_ 


_ _ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


^ 


_ 


_ 


Lincoln, Nehr. 


_ 




_ 


_ 


„ 


_ _ 


^ 


_ 


^ 


_ 


_ 


^^ 


Luhhock, Tex. 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


. «. 


. 


_ 


_ 


. 


- 


. 


Madison, Wis. 


3 


33 


6 


_ 


_ 


10 


_ 


1 


_ 


^ 


1 


_ 


Miami, Fla- 


_ 


^ 


^ 


^ 


_ 




_ 




_ 


_ 


„ 


_ 


Mobile, Ala. 


_ 


^ 


_ 


_ 


^ 


— m. 


_ 


_ 


.. 


_ 


^ 


^ 


New Haven, Conn. 


1 


24 


1 


_ 


_ 


^ _ 


^ 


_ 


_ 


^ 


^ 


^ 


Norfolk, Va. 




6 


20 


1 


_ 


5 15 


_ 


^ 


1 


_ 


^ 


_ 


Oklahoma City, Okla. 


_ 


4 


1 




. 




. 


- 




1 


_ 


_ 


Omaha, Nehr. 


_ 


1 


_ 


^ 


_ 


- 2 


_ 


_ 


. 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Peoria, 111. 


- 


7 


3 


1 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Phoenix, Ariz. 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


. 


_ « 


. 


_ 


- 


_ 


— 


- 


Portland, Me. 


1 


32 


_ 


_ 


^ 


_ » 


1 


. 


^ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Ealeigh, N.C. 


_ 


9 


7 


_ 


_ 


— .. 


_ 


_ 


« 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Richmond, Va. 


_ 


7 


85 


. 




1 12 


- 


6 


. 


_ 


1 


- 


Roanoke, Va. 


_ 


1 


7 


_ 


^ 


1 


^ 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


— 


Rochester, N.Y. 


1 


57 


8 


_ 


1 


1 11 


_ 


1 


2 


2 


8 


_ 


Rockford, 111. 




_ 


_ 


^ 


_ 




^ 






_ 


_ 


_ 


San Diego, Cal. 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ _ 


_ 


_ 


. 


.. 


^ 


• 


Scranton, Pa. 


2 


125 


32 


^ 


1 


13 


^ 


15 


.. 


_ 


_ 


« 


Shreveport, La. 
Sioiox City, la. 
SiouK Falls, S.D. 


- 


- 


- 


• 


- 


- - 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


. 


1 


_ 


_ 


^ 


— . 


_ 


_ 


_ 


. 


- 


_ 


_ 


6 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ ^ 


_ 


«, 


. 


. 


. 


- 


South Bend, Ind. 


_ 


5 


_ 


— 


^ 


^ _ 


. 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


. 


Spokane, Wash. 


_ 


13 


8 


_ 


6 


1 44 


_ 


^ 


^ 


_ 


2 


„ 


^ringfield, Mass. 


1 


35 


2 


_ 


„ 


1 


. 


^ 


_ 


m. 


_ 


*• 


Springfield, Mo. 


_ 


_ 


^ 


_ 


_ 


— «. 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


«. 


Syracuse, N.Y. 


12 


100 


7 


M 


9 


2 


1 


3 


_ 


2 


1 


^ 


Toledo, 0. 


1 


50 


16 


_ 


1 


1 13 


_ 


2 


. 


6 


49 


5 


Topeka, Kane. 


- 




_ 


1 






6 




_ 


.. 


_ 


_ 


Tampa, Fla. 


_ 


- 


_ 


. 


_ 


., _ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


. 


- 


Tulsa, Okla. 


.. 


_ 


« 


_ 


_ 


^ „ 


„ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


^ITheeling, ¥. Va. 
Wilkes Barrs, Pa. 


_ 


6 


^ 


^ 


_ 


_ _ 


_ 


1 


_ 


2 


_ 


^^ 


4 


17 


2 


_ 


_ 


3 


_ 




_ 




_ 


^ 


Youngstown, 0. 


10 


28 


12 


- 


2 


1 27 


- 


- 


- 


8 


- 


- 


TOTATiS 


59 


1017 


394 


3 


31 


11 248 


13 


67 


3 


41 


161 


7 



*#-InGludes Moline, 111., & Bock Island, 111. 



- 29 - 

AUCTION SALES - BY MDNIHS - FIORIDA CITRUS - 1961-62 SFA9DN 
CAxtS & FEf. BOX AVES^CZ 



C01.CCDIT1' 
Section 



SEPI 



OCT. 



NOV. 



lEC 



JAN. 



FEB. 



MfiE. APE. MAY 



JUNE JULY 



Total 



ORANCTS 
Interior 

Indian Eiver 



Cars , 1 68 123 130 106 118 

Avg. $ 6.46 5.40 4.83 4.74 5.37 5.61 

Cars ^ 1 2 76 171 149 143 

Avg. $11.94 5.41 5.19 5.55 5.73 5.96 



150 
5.28 


118 
4.52 


133 
4.37 


119 
4.58 


122 

4.77 


I.ISS 
14.91 


181 
5.79 


162 

4.85 


179 
4.63 


177 
4.63 


80 
4.93 


1^.26 



OBAPCTTOIT - W H 21£ 

_S e,_e d — 

Interior 

Cars - 30 5 3 - 1 

Avg. $ 7.50 4.34 3.11 1.97 3.33 3.24 

Indian River 

Cars _ _ 1 _ _ _ 

AVg. $ 7.39 - 3.04 - 4.00 3-64 

^s.^ A 1. ^ ^3. — 

Interior 

Cars 9 50 9 11 18 21 

Avg. $ 9.12 6.08 3.28 3.34 4.12 3.54 

Indian Eiver 

Cars - 43 163 230 152 219 

Avg. $ - 7.05 4.68 4.96 5.65 4.67 

- P i. N K — 

^ e._B _d — 

Interior 

Cars - - 1 2 - - 

Avg. $ - - 2.66 2.94 - 3.36 

Indian Eiver 

Cars __>___ 

Avg. __-_-_ 

3.^ ^ A 2i ^ ^ ^ — 

Interior 

Cars 8 43 25 13 5 14 

Avg. $ 8.20 5.21 2.98 3.04 3.68 3.44 

Indian Bivar 

Cars 5 99 164 226 123 173 

Avg. $ 8.97 5.50 3.65 3.90 4.74 4.21 



11- 
3.40 2.42 2.20 

1-2 

4.12 3.02 3.C0 



52 35 27 

3.51 3.05 3.32 

252 255 243 

5.17 4.45 4.39 



4 
- 3.34 

2 1 

2.97 2.80 



72 46 

4.00 3.91 

168 88 

4.47 4.39 



2.57 
3.24 



- 4.36 2.94 



- 3.38 



35 
$3.73 

7 
$3.13 



^ 350 
$4.13 

1,813 
$4.81 



3 
$2.85 



$3.31 



TEMPLE ORAITGES - ±/5 Bu^ Boz 

All Fl'-rida 

Cars 
Avg. $ 



57 126 181 
- 3.78 3.12 2.78 



TANGERINE? - 4/5BUiBcx — Including Tangelos, Murcrtts, 

All Florida ^„ „^ 

Cars - 2 177 453 256 199 

Avg. $ - 3.38 4.22 3.63 3.73 3.44 

TANCSRINE3 - ±/^ Bu^ Bc^ — Strai^t Cars — 

All Fl-rida 

Cars - - 103 388 210 143 

Avg. $ - _ 4.88 3.72 3.92 3.53 



19 
3.54 


19 
3.40 


9 
3.46 


17 
3.22 


1 
1.16 


$3.9S 


153 
4.73 


162 
4.21 


144 
4.32 


98 
4.11 


45 
2.88 


1.392 

i 14.26 


225 

2.70 


87 
2.86 


23 
2.21 


4 
1.35 


^ 


703 
$2.88 


SatsiiBoas, Etc 








174 
3.60 


74 
3.73 


14 
3.49 


3 
1.86 


1 

1.C9 


1,353 
$5.69 


127 

3.49 


39 
3.32 


3 
2.17 


1 
3.29 


- 


1.014 
$3.6C 



Made available 
thrcu^ the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal -State Market News Ser%dce 



30 



TOicaiED averact: auction phices - 

1961-62 SEASON 



FLOBim omN(5:s 



Week 

Ending 



NEW YOEK CITY 



Interior 
Boxes 



ars Avg. 



Indian 
Eiv-er 

Boxes 



Cars Avg 



Temples 

4/5 3u. 

Boxes 

Cars I Avg. 



PHILADELPHIA 



Interior 
Boxes 



Cars Avg. 



Indian 
Biver 

Boxes 



Cars Avg. 



Temples 

4/5 Bu. 
Boxes 



Cars Avg 



1961 

Sept. 8 
15 
22 
29 

Oct. 6 
13 
20 
27 

Nov. 3 
10 
17 
24 

Dec. 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

1962 

Jan. 5 
12 
19 
26 

Feb. 2 

9 

16 

23 

Mar. 2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

Apr. 6 

" 13 

20 

27 

May 4 
11 
18 
25 

June 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

Jiily 6 
13 
20 
27 



T 



T 



1 

3 

9 

9 

20 

25 

12 

14 

9 

7 

5 

5 

6 

7 

15 
11 

8 

8 
13 
13 
12 
12 
22 
10 

9 
10 
17 
12 

8 
11 
10 
13 
12 
12 

7 

4 
10 

6 

9 
15 
16 
17 
19 
18 



6.46 
5.84 
5.61 
4.92 
5.64 
4.97 
5.78 
5.01 
4.28 
4.05 
4.75 
4.71 
5.23 
6.61 

6.26 
4.68 
4.19 
5.63 
5.91 
5.72 
5.46 
5.41 
5.41 
5.55 
6.10 
5.70 
4.87 
4.51 
4.90 
4.80 
4.65 
4.48 
4.80 
4.70 
4.67 
5.30 
4.83 
5.00 
5.09 
4.63 
4.56 
4.89 
5.27 
5.35 



1 11.94 



2 5.41 



4 
7 
21 
21 
27 
26 
30 
22 
17 

21 
27 

32 
19 
16 
24 
32 
29 
25 
22 
15 
29 
30 
24 
26 
23 
24 
25 
29 
29 
31 
21 
26 
25 
17 
20 
14 
19 
8 
10 



5.28 
6.41 
5.62 
4.67 
5.04 
5.06 
5.28 
6.40 
7.86 

7.04 
5.42 
5.21 
5.78 
6.66 
6.21 
5.87 
5.61 



5. 
6. 
7. 

5. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
5. 
4. 



,78 
.18 
.04 
66 
,94 
.69 
.81 
.07 
.93 
4.87 
4.77 
4.45 
4.44 
5.01 
5.00 
4.37 
4.68 
4.53 
4.66 
4.63 
5.30 
5.71 



15 3.17 

13 4.05 

4 5.18 



20 

21 

12 

21 

31 

19 

19 

32 

49 

27 

22 

22 

16 

21 

11 

17 

11 

3 

3 

2 

7 

3 

1 



3.56 

2.85 

3.47 

2.90 

2.36 

3.05 

3.21 

2.89 

2.18 

2.40 

3.56 

3.36 

3.16 

2.98 

3.47 

3.02 

3.05 

2.30 

3.05 

2.48 

2.10 

1.36 

1.30 



4 


6.51 


• 


- 


5 


5.08 


. 


- 


8 


4.78 


- 


_ 


7 


5.44 


^ 


_ 


11 


4.92 


1 


5.40 


5 


5.10 


2 


5.54 


8 


5.08 


4 


5.28 


13 


3.94 


6 


4.45 


6 


4.15 


5 


4.59 


8 


4.61 


7 


4.76 


11 


4.48 


8 


5.22 


12 


4.68 


7 


5.26 


4 


5.87 


3 


6.86 



3 
7 
3 

6 

5 
5 
7 
8 
9 
6 
3 
6 
7 

10 
4 
6 
7 

10 
8 
7 
8 
6 
7 
5 
4 
7 
9 
7 
6 
6 



6.01 
4.52 
4.31 
5.11 
5.27 
6.21 
5.81 
6.01 
5.28 
5.17 
5.97 
5.41 
4.55 
4.03 
4.05 
3.92 
4.13 
3.90 
3.87 
3.79 
3.83 
4.01 
4.74 
4.31 
4.04 
3.99 
4.02 
4.12 
5.15 
3.82 



4 
8 
8 
5 
4 
3 
8 
6 
4 
5 
5 
5 
8 
8 

12 
5 
7 

10 
9 
8 
7 
7 
7 

10 
7 
6 
5 
4 
5 
5 



7.32 
5.22 
5.20 
5.21 
5.48 
5.93 
5.89 
5.61 
6.17 
5.71 
6.35 
5.83 
5.28 
4.71 
4.62 
5.23 
5.23 
4.83 
4.55 
4.44 
4.63 
4.35 
4.73 
4.46 
4-15 
4.51 
3.94 
4.64 
5.52 
4.71 



T 



I 3.59 

5 3.37 

3 3.37 

1 3.52 



7 
7 
2 
4 
9 
4 
4 
9 
12 
8 
4 
3 
7 
7 
6 
4 
2 
3 
1 
2 
1 



.37 
.27 

.93 
.81 
.51 
.94 
.30 
.71 
.25 
.38 
.09 
.04 
.99 
.37 
.44 
.41 
.27 
.86 
.18 
.00 
.47 



TOTAL 



491 5.16 



870 5.35 



422 2.94 



294 4.65 



238 5.05 



116 2.73 



Total Sales, Fla. Oranges, 

excluding Temples 1,361 cars Avg. $5.28 



Total Sales, Fla. Oranges, exclud- 
ing Temples 532 cars Avg. $4.83 



J&ide available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service 



31 - 



WEIGHOED AVEPAtS: AUCTION PRICES - 
1961-62 SEASON 



FLORim OBANGES 







BOS 


T 


N 






P ] 


[TTS3UEGH 




Week 


Interior 


^^f" 


Temples 
4/5 Bu. 


Interior 


Indian 
Hiver 


Tnmples 
4/5 Bu. 


Ending 


Boxes 


Boxes 


Boxes 


Boxes 


Boxes 


Boxes 




Cars 


Avg. 


Cars 


Avg. 


Cars 


Avg- 


Cars 


Avg. 


Cars] 


Avg. 


Cars 


Avg. 


1961 


i 


> 


$ 


i 




$ 


1 




* 


Sept. 8 


_ 


• 


• 


_ 


. 


. 


. 


_ 


^ 


.. 


_ 


« 


15 
22 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


29 

Oct. 6 

13 


• 


"" 


" 


• 


• 


"" 


" 


" 


•" 


" 


~ 


•" 


20 
27 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


4.46 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Nov. 3 


» 


• 


_ 


. 


. 


. 


2 


4.78 


,. 


. 


_ 


. 


10 


. 


. 


1 


6.42 


. 


. 


2 


5.04 


. 


_ 


* 


- 


17 


. 


. 


2 


5.95 


. 


. 


A 


4.89 


. 


_ 


• 


. 


24 


«. 


. 


7 


4.25 


. 


_ 


4 


4.16 


^ 


_ 


_ 


• 


Dec. 1 


_ 


_ 


3 


4.23 


. 


^ 


3 


3.91 


1 


4.00 


_ 


_ 


8 


• 


. 


5 


4.44 


- 


. 


2 


4.48 


1 


4.08 


- 


- 


15 


. 


« 


3 


5.35 


1 


4.17 


1 


4.56 


_ 


5.80 


_ 


• 


22 


« 


. 


5 


5.56 


_ 


4.48 


2 


5.48 


_ 


4.72 


1 


3.56 


29 


_ 


« 


1 


7.10 


1 


4.43 


• 


4.32 


.. 


_ 


. 


_ 


1962 


























Jan. 5 


• 


_ 


5 


7.45 


1 


4.27 


. 


7.70 


« 


_ 


1 


4.19 


12 


^ 


_ 


7 


5.51 


1 


2.97 


4 


4.96 


« 


5.50 


1 


2.99 


19 


1 


4.54 


7 


5.13 


1 


3.37 


2 


5.14 


2 


5.14 


1 


2.30 


26 




. 


4 


5.48 


2 


3.48 


3 


5.09 


— 


4.95 


_ 


3.35 


Fet. 2 


- 


_ 


5 


5.80 


5 


2.50 


3 


5.03 


- 


4.94 


2 


2.K) 


9 


_ 


» 


6 


5.77 


3 


2.54 


2 


5.47 


«, 


5.16 


2 


2.79 


16 


_ 


_ 


4 


6.34 


1 


3.70 


2 


6.02 


• 


6.28 


- 


- 


23 


^ 


_ 


6 


6.10 


3 


3.05 


3 


5.81 


. 


5.50 


2 


2.71 


Mar. 2 


«. 


. 


5 


6.25 


4 


2.50 


3 


5.28 


. 


- 


1 


2.80 


9 


— 


« 


5 


6.51 


2 


2.57 


1 


5.60 


. 


_ 


5 


2.09 


16 


« 


_ 


4 


6.80 


3 


2.69 


1 


6.02 


. 


_ 


1 


1.78 


23 


1 


5.42 


6 


6.05 


2 


3.42 


2 


5.82 


1 


5.90 


- 


3.10 


30 


1 


4.58 


11 


5.01 


1 


2.89 


1 


4.36 


1 


4.47 


1 


3.23 


Apr. 6 


. 


« 


10 


4.56 


3 


2.45 


3 


4.31 


1 


4.47 


- 


. 


13 


1 


3.94 


8 


4.36 


« 


_ 


4 


4.46 


1 


4.42 


_ 


_ 


ao 


_ 


«, 


4 


5.70 


. 


_ 


2 


4.71 


_ 


4.42 


- 


- 


27 


» 


. 


7 


5.19 


. 


_ 


4 


4.76 


. 


- 


_ 


- 


May 4 


. 


_ 


7 


4.88 


. 


- 


3 


4.76 


1 


4.00 


- 


- 


11 


1 


4.48 


8 


4.66 


• 


_ 


3 


5.02 


. 


5.12 


- 


- 


18 


_ 


- 


5 


4.74 


. 


. 


3 


4.77 


2 


4.26 


- 


- 


25 


_ 


. 


8 


4.68 


. 


3.80 


5 


4.56 


.. 


4.30 


. 


• 


June 1 


* 


• 


9 


4.36 


- 


_ 


3 


4.34 


2 


4.28 


_ 


_ 


8 


• 


. 


6 


4.44 


• 


1.76 


2 


5.13 


.. 


- 


_ 


- 


15 


. 


. 


5 


4.80 


. 


. 


2 


4.60 


_ 


. 


- 


- 


22 


— 


.. 


5 


4.55 


. 


. 


4 


4.92 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


29 


• 


_ 


4 


4.80 


• 


. 


2 


3.98 


• 


_ 


- 


» 


July 6 


. 


. 


3 


4.64 


» 


.. 


3 


3.69 


. 


- 


. 


. 


13 


M 


_ 


2 


5.63 


_ 


a. 


2 


3.83 


_ 


_ 


mm 


mm 


ao 


_ 


6.44 


3 


5.70 


- 


_ 


1 


5.12 


. 


- 


- 


- 


27 


3 


5.33 


2 


5.01 


- 


- 


2 


5.47 


- 


- 


- 


- 


TOTAL 


8 


4.87 


198 


5.21 


34 


2.92 


95 


4.81 


13 


4.51 


IB 


2.63 



Total Sales, Fla. Oranges, 

excluding Ten^les 206 cars Avg. $5.20 



Total Sales, Fla. Oranges, exclud- 
ing Tenples 10a cars Avg. $4.77 



Made available 
throu^ the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal -State Market News Service 



32- 



WEICaiED AVEBA.GE AUCTION PRICES - nOHim ORAUGES 
1961-62 SEASON 



Week 
Ending 



CLEVELAND 



Interior 

Boxes 



Temples 

4/5 Bu. 
Boxes 
CarsrAvg. Cars Avg. Cars! Avg 



Indian 
Elver 

Boxes 



T 



C H I C A G 



Interior 
Boxes 



Cars Avg. 



Indian 
River 

Boxes 
Cars I Avg. 



Te mples 

4/5 Bu. 

Boxes 

Cars I Avg. 



1961 

Sept. 8 
15 
22 
29 

Oct. 6 
13 
2D 
21 

Nov. 3 
10 
17 
24 

Dec. 1 
8 

15 
22 
29 
1962 

Jan. 5 
12 
19 
26 

Feb. 2 

9 

16 

23 

Mar. 2 
9 

16 
23 
30 

Apr. 6 
13 
20 
29 

May 4 
11 
18 
25 

June 1 

8 

15 



T 



1 


5.14 


3 


4.13 


2 


4.41 


4 


4.24 


1 


4.82 


2 


4.58 


1 


5.54 


1 


5.20 


2 


5.34 


1 


5.92 


2 


5.89 


1 


5.43 


1 


6.06 


1 


5.14 


1 


4.98 


1 


5.10 


1 


4.98 


2 


4.92 


2 


4.51 


2 


4.52 


3 


4.67 


1 


4.72 


2 


4.62 


3 


4.47 


3 


4.55 



T 



1 4.40 



1 3.77 



2 2.75 



1 2.44 

2 2.41 



«. 


5.70 


. 


5.00 


1 


5.60 


1 


4.62 


6 


4.13 


2 


3.98 


4 


4.04 


4 


4.00 


3 


5.60 


1 


7.04 


1 


6.84 


5 


4.98 


3 


5.31 


1 


5.58 


2 


5.35 


3 


4-67 


1 


6.00 


2 


6.08 


6 


4.40 


2 


4.42 


1 


5.58 


2 


5.20 


3 


4.52 


4 


3.64 


1 


4.15 


1 


3.95 


2 


3.96 


1 


2.84 


2 


3.86 


2 


3.72 


2 


3.73 



3.50 
5.66 
6.26 



$ 



1 


4.47 


2 


3.71 


6 


4.07 


1 


4.30 


4 


2.67 


5 


2.71 


2 


4.30 


3 


3.57 


9 


2.35 


2 


2.57 


3 


3.08 


9 


2.61 


5 


2.79 


6 


2.51 


2 


2.86 


1 


3.52 


2 


3.12 


_ 


1.79 


2 


1.99 



1 l.( 



22 
29 

July 6 
13 
20 
27 




1 
2 
1 
2 


5.68 
4.32 
4.48 
3.69 


- - _ _ 




1 4.28 

1 5.20 

2 4.31 
2 5.09 
1 4.92 
- 7.46 




1 1 1 1 1 1 
1 1 1 t 1 1 

1 1 1 1 1 1 

1 1 1 1 1 1 


TOTAL 


50 


4.74 


6 2.76 




77 4.58 




- 5.14 66 2.93 


Total Sales, Fl 
excluding Teinpl 


a. Oranges, 
es - - - 


50 cars Avg. $4.74 


Total Sales, 
ing Temples - 


Fla. 


Oranges, exclud- 

77 cars Avg. $4.58 



Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service 



- 33 



WEICaiED AVEHA(S AUCTION PEICES ■ 
1961-62 SEaSDK 



FLORIDA OBANCaS 



S T. 



LOUIS 



D E T E I T 



Interior 

Boxes 



Cars Avg. 



t 



Indian 
River 

Boxes 
Cars! Avg- 



Teiaples 

4/5 Bu 
Boxes 



Cars Avg. 



t 



Interior 

Boxes 
Cars] Avg. 



Indian 
River 

Boxes 



Cars Avg. 



Temples 

4/5 Bu. 
Boxes 



Cars 



Avg. 



Oct. 6 


_ 


^ 


_ 


. 


. 




4.60 


_ 


_ 


~_ 


13 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


» . 


„ 


4.44 


_ _ 


. 


_ 


2D 


_ 


• 


. 


. 


. . 


_ 


7.28 


_ « 


. 


^ 


27 


- 


- 


. 


_ 


— _ 


1 


5.68 


. « 


. 


^ 


Nov. 3 


- 


_ 


« 


_ 


^ ^ 


2 


4.72 


_ _ 


. 


_ 


10 


. 


_ 


. 


_ 


« ^ 


1 


4.99 


. _ 


. 


_ 


17 


— 


. 


-. 


. 


. . 




5.34 


. . 


. 


_ 


24 


- 


- 


. 


- 


— • 


2 


5.02 


- 


- 


. 


Dec. 1 


2 


4.38 


_ 


_ 


_ ^ 


7 


4.20 


_ . 


. 


_ 


8 


- 


. 


_ 


. 


» . 


5 


4.28 


_ 


• 


_ 


15 


- 


. 


- 


_ 


_ _ 


6 


4.99 


- - 


• 


3.10 


22 




. 


- 


_ 


. _ 


5 


5.31 


- 


1 


3.87 


29 


* 


. 


_ 


_ 


* . 


2 


6.55 


_ _ 


_ 


_ 


1962 






















Jan. 5 


_ 


4.84 


_ 


^ 


^ _ 


3 


5.45 


_ _ 


3 


4.03 


12 


1 


4.68 


_ 


_ 


_ . 


7 


4.91 


_ _ 


5 


3.03 


19 


1 


4.72 


_ 


_ 


_ « 


4 


5.66 


» _ 


2 


2.89 


26 


— 


_ 


« 


_ 


_ . 


6 


5.59 


_ 


_ 


2.92 


Feb. 2 


-. 


_ 


_ 


. 


1 1.31 


9 


4.91 


- - 


2 


2.47 


9 


_ 


• 


_ 


. 


- 2.78 


1 


5.54 


_ .. 


2 


3.09 


16 


. 


_ 


. 


_ 


«, _ 


4 


5.90 


- - 


1 


3.18 


23 


_ 


_ 


. 


^ 


_ _ 


5 


5.72 


_ - 


5 


2.73 


Mar. 2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


» 


^ . 


6 


5.12 


_ . 


7 


2.37 


9 


1 


4.66 


_ 


_ 


_ _ 


5 


4.81 


. « 


6 


2.18 


16 


_ 


. 


» 


_ 


— ■- 


3 


6.01 


- - 


1 


2.87 


23 


_ 


_ 


«. 


. 


^ _ 


5 


5.55 


- _ 


2 


2.73 


30 


_ 


_ 


^ 


^ 


* — . 


3 


5.68 


_ _ 


_ 


3. 58 


Apr. 6 


_ 


_ 


. 


« 


. _ 


7 


5.09 


_ 


1 


3.18 


13 


- 


. 


1 


4.40 


. . 


5 


4.94 


- - 


2 


2.46 


20 


1 


4.36 


« 


4.32 


— — 


7 


4.75 


_ 


* 


2-06 


27 


_ 


_ 


1 


4.22 


_ _ 


4 


4.68 


. _ 


_ 


_ 


May 4 


_ 


• 


— 


_ 


_ _ 


9 


4.38 


_ - 


- 


. 


11 


1 


4.11 


_ 


^ 


_ _ 


6 


4.61 


_ - 


• 


2.20 


18 


2 


3.84 


_ 


• 


. _ 


4 


4.62 


- 


- 


_ 


25 


2 


3.69 


. 


_ 


. _ 


4 


4.67 


_ - 


- 


_ 


June 1 


1 


3.43 


. 


_ 


. _ 


5 


4.48 


_ 


. 


1.28 


8 


_ 


3.62 


- 


. 


- 


2 


5.05 


- 


- 


- 


15 


1 


3.72 


_ 


_ 


« _ 


4 


5.16 


- - 


- 


_ 


22 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ _ 


3 


4.35 


. — 


- 


» 


29 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


— m. 


3 


4.29 


- - 


- 


_ 


July 6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- . 


1 


5.08 


- 


- 


- 


13 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


. _ 


2 


4.83 


• — 


- 


_ 


20 


- 


_ 


- 


. 


- - 


1 


5.00 


- 


- 


- 


27 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


4.80 


- 


- 


- 


TOIttL 


13 


4.11 


2 


4.31 


1 1.31 


160 


4.98 


- 


40 


2.77 


Total ; 


>ales, Fla. Oranges, 








Total Sales, Fla. 


Oranges, exclud- 




exclud: 


Lng TcEpl 


es - - - 




15 cars 


Avg. $4.14 


ing Tdujiles - - - 


160 cars 


Avg. $4.38 



Made available 
throu^ the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State I&.rket News Service 



- 34 - 

WEIfflTED AVERACT: AUCTION PRICES - FIOBim ORAITGES 
1961-62 SEASON 









T T A 


L A ■ 


C L C 


I T I E S 




Week 


Interior 


Indian 
River 


Temples 
4/5 Bu. 


Ending 


Boxes 


Boxes 


Boxes 


Cars 


Avg. 


Cars 


1 Avg. 


Cars 


Avg. 


1961 


i 






i 


i 




Sept 


8 


. 


- 


1 


11.94 


- 


- 




15 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


— 




22 


» 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




29 


1 


6.46 


« 


- 


.. 


- 


Oct. 


6 


8 


6.00 


M 


. 


„ 


- 




13 


14 


5.42 


M 


. 


_ 


.. 




20 


17 


4.85 


2 


5.41 


- 


- 




27 


29 


5.55 


_ 


_ 


_ 


. 


Nov. 


3 


40 


4.94 


5 


5.30 


_ 


_ 




10 


21 


5.50 


10 


6.24 


- 


. 




17 


27 


5.00 


27 


5.59 


v 


_ 




24 


35 


4.18 


34 


4.54 


. 


— 


See. 


1 


30 


4.12 


36 


4.88 


_ 


. 




8 


26 


4.46 


39 


4.90 


2 


4-03 




15 


31 


4.52 


41 


5.27 


23 


3.30 




22 


29 


5.06 


34 


6.05 


25 


3.94 




29 


14 


6.42 


21 


7.68 


7 


4.71 


1962 














Jan. 


5 


22 


6.14 


30 


7.15 


36 


3.5D 




12 


37 


4.76 


42 


5.40 


40 


2.76 




19 


23 


5.04 


49 


5.20 


20 


3.38 




26 


24 


5.42 


28 


5.63 


30 


3.00 


Feb. 


2 


33 


5.40 


25 


6.30 


61 


2.40 




9 


26 


5.64 


33 


6.11 


32 


3.07 




16 


27 


5.69 


44 


5.92 


28 


3.23 




23 


32 


5.72 


41 


5.68 


60 


2.81 


IIB.X. 


2 


47 


5.21 


. 34 


5.89 


79 


2.27 




19 


26 


5.22 


32 


6.16 


56 


2.36 




16 


17 


6.03 


24 


6.86 


33 


3.31 




23 


27 


5.55 


41 


5.74 


30 


3.39 




30 


33 


4.82 


50 


5.00 


27 


3.11 


Apv. 


6 


37 


4.40 


. 43 


4.66 


32 


2.80 




13 


23 


4.65 


48 


4.67 


19 


3.04 




20 


30 


4.58 


32 


5.17 


23 


2.82 




27 


28 


4.50 


39 


5.01 


13 


2.93 


Ifey 


4 


39 


4.31 


43 


4.84 


7 


2.04 




11 


35 


4.47 


46 


4.71 


4 


2.83 




18 


29 


4.42 


44 


4.47 


4 


2.24 




25 


30 


4.30 


46 


4.51 


8 


2.02 


June 


1 


23 


4.37 


39 


4.71 


3 


1.36 




8 


26 


4.73 


39 


4.86 


1 


1.30 




15 


18 


4.73 


40 


4.45 


^ 


^ 




22 


22 


4.75 


29 


4.53 


^ 


^ 




29 


30 


4.40 


30 


4.56 


_ 


_ 


July 


6 


32 


4.32 


22 


4.49 


^ 


. 




13 


32 


4.59 


25 


4.71 


^ 


^ 




20 


28 


5.22 


16 


5.44 


^ 


^ 




27 


30 


5.03 


17 


5.33 


- 


- 



TOIAL 



1,188 4.91 



1,321 5.26 



7D3 2.88 



TOTAL a&LES - Florida Oranges, excluding Temples - - 



2,509 cars Avg. $5.09 



Note- Cincinnati not included - nn a^ict.inn Kalag rlnfing ¥>\a 1Qfi1-Ra caacnn 

Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal -State Market News Service 



- 35 - 

WEICaiED AVEBACE AUCTION PRICES - iriOB IliA GRAEEFHJIT 
1961-62 SEASON 



Week 
Ending 



1961 

Sept. 8 

15 

22 

29 

Oct. 6 
13 
20 
27 

Nov. 3 
10 
17 
24 

Dec. 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

1962 

Jcui. 5 
12 
19 
26 

Feb. 2 

9 

16 

23 

Mar. 2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

Apr. 6 
13 
20 
27 

May 4 

11 

18 

■ 25 

June 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

July 6 

13 

. 20 

27 



NEW YOEK CITY 



;7 E I T E 



SEED 



Interior 



Cars Avg. 



Indian 
Biver 



Cars Avg 



SEED 



Interior 



C^s 



LJili: 



LESS 



Indian 
Biver 



CarsJAvg 



PINK 



SEED 



Interior 



CarslATg. 
$ 



Indian 
Biver 



Car I Avg. 



SEEDLESS 

Indian 



Interior 



Cars 



Avg. 



Biver 



Care I Avg. 



7.50 
5.15 
4.61 
3.74 
3.80 



- 3.54 

' 2.61 

- 2.32 

- 3.ii 

- 3.50 



- 4.02 

- 3,72 
2 3.26 
2 3.42 



7.56 



1 2.87 1 3.04 



- 4.48 

- 3.94 

- 4.42 

1 4.12 

- 2.28 

- 4.26 

- 2-98 

- 3.22 

2 3.00 



2.78 
3.16 
3.36 



1 9.78 


« » 


6 9.35 


« _ 


2 7.50 


3 9,50 


6 5.95 


7 8.56 


4 4.97 


11 6.52 


6 4.68 


11 6.27 


- 3.28 


29 4.48 


— — 


17 4.89 


. . 


26 4.77 


3 2.91 


19 5.00 


_ _ 


26 4.57 


- 3.30 


26 5.06 


1 2.84 


29 5.03 


« _ 


25 5.73 


1 4.28 


18 5.60 



3 4.25 
2 3.40 
1 3.36 
- 4.08 
1 3.42 



2.98 

3.40 
3.69 
3.97 
3.22 
3.86 
3.50 
2.83 
2.96 
2.60 
2.68 
,92 
,12 
,52 
00 
98 
37 
00 
58 
3.62 
3.55 
4.01 
5.31 
4.65 



15 6.21 

26 5.29 
24 5.66 
23 5.85 

35 4.77 

36 4.48 
23 4.91 

27 5.28 
22 6.02 



5 

5 

5 

4 

4 

4 

5 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

5.11 

5.42 

3.83 

13 4.14 

14 5.03 
5.85 
5.30 



26 
27 
33 
39 
34 
33 
33 
37 
42 
28 
30 
28 
23 
30 
17 
15 
18 



10 
10 



53 
55 
15 
79 
70 
73 
20 
36 
15 
83 
76 
66 
91 
18 



-3.20 - 3.24 



8.33 
6.91 
5.26 
4.78 
3.49 
8 2.91 
2 2.81 



2 1.95 



2.85 

3.47 
3.00 
2. SO 

3.06 
3.47 
2.76 
3.22 
3.73 
3.88 
3.44 
3.21 



3.27 
3.20 
3.32 

4.00 



50 
15 
16 



4.04 
2.39 



3 8.27 

2 10.03 

10 7.78 

13 6.eo 

18 5.14 

20 4.39 

19 3.66 

21 3.67 
3.47 
3.58 

20 3.66 

21 4.09 
3.70 
3.89 



26 
17 



21 
18 



2 3.26 28 3.00 



6 4.79 
17 4.5D 
21 4.77 
21 4.68 
23 4.01 

20 4.10 
25 4.05 

21 4.07 

16 4.77 
23 4.28 

17 4.45 

11 4.79 
16 4.79 
25 4.33 
32 4.01 
21 4.37 

19 4.25 
15 4.37 
21 4.43 
21 4.36 

20 4.08 

12 4.64 
19 3.78 
11 4.06 

8 5.03 

13 3.28 
10 2.79 

8 2.53 
5 3.56 
3 3.85 



TOTaTiS 20 4.09 6 3.18 


128 4.67 1018 5.02 


- 3.20 


- 3.24 60 4.30 757 4.25 


Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit, 


all varieties & sections 




- _ _ 1 QRQ i-a-TR A-u-cr . $i4 fifi 







Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service 



36 



WEIQHTED AVEEACS AUCTION PRICES - FLOBIDA GRAPEFRUIT 
1961-62 SEASON 



TOTALS 











P H 


I L A D 


E L P H 


I A 














w H : 


[ T E 






P 


I 


N K 








S E 


E D 


SEEDLESS 


SEED 


SEEDLESS 


Week 
Ending 


Inte 


cior 


Indian 
River 


Interior 
CarsJAvg. 


Indian 
River 

Cars Avg. 


Interior 
Cars Avg. 


India 

River 


D 


Interior 


Indian 
River 




Cars 


lAvg. 


Cars Avg. 


Car 


Av 


Cars 


Avg. 


Cars 


Avg. 


1961 


$ 


$ 


i 


$ 


$ 


k 




$ 


$ 


Sept. 8 
15 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- - 


- 


— 


- - 


- - 


22 


^ 


^ 


_ _ 


* mm 


M w 


. _ 


• 


» 


- 6.76 


- - 


29 


_ 


_ 


«• « 


. . 


_ m. 


. . 


_ 


• 


1 9.18 


- - 


Oct. 6 


1 


5.88 


_ ^ 


1 6.02 


1 8.54 


- 


. 


• 


1 6.80 


- 9.02 


13 


2 


3,70 


— — 


1 5.66 


- 7.48 


- 


. 


- 


3 5.83 


2 6.71 


20 


1 


4.20 


— •• 


3 4.86 


2 6.38 


. . 


. 


. 


2 4.61 


3 5.51 


27 


1 


3.68 


. _ 


1 4.00 


2 6.49 


_ . 


• 


. 


4 3,89 


7 4.43 


Nov. 3 


_ 


2.88 


— «. 


2 3.65 


4 4.26 


1 2.66 


.. 


- 


3 3.00 


7 3.55 


10 


« 


« 


. mm 


1 3.72 


4 4.41 


_ . 


. 


_ 


- 3.32 


7 3.45 


17 


2 


3.02 


_ « 


_ _ 


6 4.27 


* . 


_ 


^ 


2 3.53 


4 3.87 


24 


2 


3.32 


. 


2 3.07 


5 4.04 


. . 


-. 


• 


3 3-04 


3 4.09 


Dec. 1 


«. 


_ 


. * 


1 2.86 


4 4.13 


— * 


_ 


_ 


- 2.88 


7 3.82 


8 


1 


2.18 


— ■• 


1 2.85 


3 4.57 


— - 


. 


. 


1 3.24 


7 3.89 


15 


^ 


2.44 


« _ 


- 3.88 


4 4.26 


— — 


_ 


^ 


2 3.38 


7 3.91 


22 


2 


1.87 


- — 


. . 


6 4.13 


- 2.20 


. 


. 


1 2.74 


6 3.42 


29 


_ 


. 


_ . 


2 3.03 


2 4.26 


_ _ 


. 


_ 


. _ 


3 4.00 


1962 






















Jan. 5 


_ 


« 


- . 


2 3.74 


2 5.81 


. . 


. 


. 


_ _ 


2 4.80 


12 


- 


- 


- . 


2 3.64 


3 4.42 


• 


- 


_ 


1 3.63 


6 4.16 


19 


_ 


_ 


- » 


1 4.38 


4 5.21 


_ . 


«, 


_ 


- 3.76 


5 5.04 


26 




- 


- 4.00 


1 3.90 


2 5.07 


. - 


. 


_ 


m. _ 


5 4.52 


Feb. 2 


1 


3.24 


_ 


1 3.20 


3 4.64 


— . 


. 


. 


1 2.98 


9 4.24 


9 


_ 


- 


. . 


1 3.14 


8 3.73 


_ _ 


_ 


^ 


- 2.74 


7 4.06 


16 


_ 


2.70 


_ 


— « 


5 4.28 


. . 


_ 


. 


1 3.54 


5 3.97 


23 


_ 


- 


- 3.78 


1 5.42 


5 4.54 


— . 


_ 


^ 


1 4.42 


2 4.37 


Mar. 2 




- 


_ _ 


2 3.68 


3 4.66 


— — 


_ 


_ 


- 3.54 


3 4.94 


9 


- 


2.76 


- 3.22 


2 3.54 


2 5.04 


. — 


_ 


_ 


2 3.45 


4 4.75 


16 


- 


_ 


_ _ 


3 3-01 


4 5.30 


- — 


_ 


_ 


1 3.01 


2 5.02 


23 


- 


- 


_ _ 


3 3,50 


4 4.56 


. . 


. 


_ 


- 3.91 


6 4.61 


30 




- 


. .. 


4 3.32 


5 4.13 


_ _ 


«, 


_ 


1 3.44 


5 4.43 


Apr. 6 


. 


- 


— _ 


4 2.99 


9 3.79 


— . 


. 


. 


- 3.62 


5 3.80 


13 


1 


2.42 


- - 


5 3.06 


6 3.92 


. _ 


_ 


_ 


1 3.20 


4 4.17 


20 


- 


1.78 


- 3.10 


4 2.80 


5 3.58 


- — 


_ 


_ 


1 2.72 


4 3.71 


27 


- 


- 


- - 


- 3.08 


6 4.08 


-. • 


_ 


. 


— . 


5 4.10 


May 4 


- 


- 


- - 


1 3.19 


6 3.75 


_ _ 


_ 


_ 


2 2.93 


6 3.91 


11 


- 


2.45 


— . 


1 3.40 


7 3.36 


_ _ 


^ 


^ 


. ^ 


6 3.78 


18 


- 


2.60 


- 


3 2.60 


4 4.57 


. _ 


. 


_ 


1 3.50 


2 4.35 


25 


- 


- 


- _ 


1 2.40 


5 4.13 


_ ^ 


_ 


. 


1 3.05 


7 4.37 


Jvine 1 


- 


- 


- - 


— . 


5 4.04 


^ _ 


_ 


_ 




4 4.24 


8 


- 


- 


- - 


1 4.10 


7 3.62 


_ _ 


_ 


. 


. _ 


2 4.91 


15 


- 


- 


- 


3 4.30 


4 4.01 


- 4.50 


_ 


_ 


1 2.72 


1 4.48 


22 


_ 


- 


- 


3 4.59 


2 4.24 


- 4.23 


_ 


. 




- 4.14 


29 


- 


- 


- - 


3 4.43 


3 3.89 




_ 


. 


•<> » 


3 4.56 


July 6 


- 


- 


- — 


2 3.06 


4 3.15 


— « 


^ 


_ 


mm _ 


2 2.88 


13 


- 


3.36 


1 2.80 


2 4.55 


2 3.28 


— — 


^ 


^ 


_ ^ 


3 2.87 


20 


- 


2.08 


- 


3 2.67 


3 2.63 


» _ 


_ 


_ 


- 3.32 


1 2.78 


27 


~ 


•■ 


"" ~ 


1 4.70 


1 3.90 


- 2.94 


- 


- 


- 3.58 


1 3.30 



14 3.24 1 2,80 



75 3.58 172 4.19 



1 2.66 



38 3.82 180 4.14 



Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit, all varieties & sections 



481 cars Avg. $4.01 



UkAe available 
throu^ the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Iferket News Service 



- 37 - 

WEKHIED AVSma: AUCTION PRICES - HjQHim GHAEEFHUIT 
1961-62 SEASON 



B 



N 



Week 

Ending 



WHITE 



Interior 



SEED 

Indian 



Cars Avg 



CarslAvg. 



SEEDLESS 

indi^" 
River 



Interior 
Cars lAvg. 



Cars I Avg 



PINK 



SEED 



Interior 
Cars I Avg. 



ndian 
ijver . 

CarlAvg. 



S E E D L E S S 
Indian 



Interior 



Cars Avg 



River 



Cars 



Avg. 



1961 

Sept. 8 
15 
22 
29 

Oct. 6 
13 
30 
27 

Nov. 3 
10 
17 
24 

Dec. 1 

B 

15 

22 

29 

1962 

Jan. 5 
12 
19 
26 

Feb. 2 

9 

16 

23 

Mar. 2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

Apr. 6 
13 
20 
27 

May 4 
11 
18 
25 

June 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

July 6 
13 
20 
27 



- 3.66 



5.73 
4.34 
4.26 
4.07 
4.06 
4.08 
4.18 
5.07 
3.98 
4.28 



2.80 



3.50 



1 3.14 
- 3.26 



3.36 



2.24 



1 4.40 

2 4.41 
1 4.44 



- 3.12 



2 5.08 
4 5.44 

4 4.94 
2 5.29 
8 4.03 
8 3.74 

5 3.94 
4.26 
4.48 
4.44 
4.40 
4.53 
4.11 
3.73 
3.67 
3.52 
3.79 
3.56 

8 3.20 
8 3.83 
4.03 
4.14 
5.09 
3.77 
5.22 
4.80 
3.11 
3.60 
3.73 
4.17 



4 
6 
5 
5 
6 
7 
9 
11 
8 
7 
8 



6 
5 
3 
6 
1 
4 
3 
2 
4 
4 



1 2.66 



- 2.66 



1 3.94 



1 6.24 



7 


4 


.24 


5 


3 


.98 


8 


3 


.43 


7 


3 


.33 


6 3 


.71 


5 


3 


.64 


7 


3 


.59 


7 


3 


.65 


7 


3 


.53 


6 3 


.28 


^ 


4.30 


5 4 


.36 


6 


4 


.50 


2 


5 


.16 


7 


3 


.92 


6 


3 


.97 


5 4.01 


2 


5 


.11 


4 


4 


.58 


3 


4 


.85 


3 


4 


.74 


4 


4 


.92 


6 


4 


41 


4 


4 


28 


8 


3 


92 


4 


3 


78 


3 


4 


15 


6 3 


80 


5 3 


.78 


5 4 


.32 


4 


4 


.53 


4 


3 


95 


1 


4 


48 


2 


3 


81 


4 


4.02 


4 


3 


49 


5 2.43 


3 


2.29 



TOTALS - - - 2.87 


5 4.16 207 4.05 


- 


2 3.30 181 3.92 


Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit. 






395 cars Avg. $3.99 







Uade available 
through the coopertttion of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal -State Market News Service 



- 38 - 

YffilOITEi: AVEBACE AUCTIOH PRICES - FLOBim SBAPEFRUIT 
1961-62 SEASON 



PITTSBUEGH 



Week 
Ending 



WHITE 



SEED 



Interior 



Cars Avg 



Indian 
Eiver 



Cars Avg 



SEEDLESS 



Interior 



Cars Avg. 



Indian 
River 

CarsjAvg. 



PINK 



SEED 



Interior 



Cars Avg 



Indian 
River 



Car Avg. 



SEEDLESS 



Interior 



Cars Avg 



Indian 
River 



Cars Avg 



1961 

Sept. 8 
15 
22 
29 

Oct. 6 
13 
23 
27 

Nov. 3 
10 
17 
24 

Dec. 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

1962 

Jan. 5 
12 
19 
26 

Pet. 2 
9 

16 
23 

Mar. 2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

Apr. 6 
13 
20 
27 

May 4 
11 
18 
25 

June 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

July 6 
13 
20 
27 



TOIAL 



$ 



$ 



- 3.78 



$ 



$ 



T 



T 



8.26 


_ _ 


8.00 


_ _ 


6.19 


- 


5.17 


1 6.62 


3.56 


1 5-78 


_ 


2 5.12 


^ 


2 4.75 


_ 


2 4.91 


. 


2 4.19 


. 


2 3.86 


_ 


3 4.65 


.. 


2 6.20 


^ 


6 4.80 


_ 


3 4.37 



- 4.42 



3.00 



1 4.12 

1 3.57 

2 3.27 

1 3.50 
- 2.70 



3.90 
3.96 
3.38 
4.54 
5.02 
3.74 
4.28 
3.76 



4.12 
5.86 



6.84 
5.71 
5.69 
5.84 
4.49 
4.37 
4.34 
4.57 
5.05 
4.88 
5.06 
5.72 
4.54 
4.14 
4.23 
4.51 
5.13 
4.33 
4.79 
4.30 
4.33 
3.62 



4.66 
5.26 
3.94 
4.14 
4.37 
4.36 



- 3.78 



22 4.76 107 4.73 



2.82 
4.22 
00 
36 
34 
82 



40 
46 



3.48 



1 4.80 

2 3.61 
2 3.77 



- 5.00 



2.06 



16 4.09 



Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit, all varieties & sections 



T 



1 7.02 


_ ^ 


1 7.74 


» _ 


- 5.74 


1 6.08 


- 4.72 


2 5.25 


1 3.44 


1 4.25 


. — 


5 3.32 


1 3.22 


1 4.12 


1 3.30 


2 3.67 


_ — 


2 3.46 


» _ 


2 3.41 


- . 


2 4.29 


. . 


2 4.28 


m~ *. 


5 3.77 


- 


3 4.22 



4.58 
4.93 
5.00 
5.86 
4.64 
4.44 
4.50 
4.86 
4.90 
5.74 
4.43 
4.45 
4.09 
4.59 
3.93 
4.05 
3.47 
4.78 
4.87 
5.19 
5.54 
4.56 



3.86 
4.00 
3.66 
2.42 
2.82 
3.76 



81 4.36 



226 cars Avg. $4.56 



Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service 



- 39 - 

TOIKSIED AVESAGE AUCTION PRICES - TLOHim GERAPEFHUIT 
1961-62 SEASON 



CLEVELAND 



Week 

Ending 



H I T E 



SEED 



Interior 



Cars Avg 



Indian""" 
Eiver 

CarslAvg. 



£ E E E X 2 S S 



Interior 



Cars Avg 



1 



Indian 
Elver 



Cars Avg 



PINK 



SEED 



Interior 



Cars Avg. 



^- 



ndian 
Aver 



Car I Avg. 



SEEDLESS 



Interior 



Cars Avg 



Indian 
River 



Cars Avg 



1961 

Sept. 8 
15 
22 
29 

Oct. 6 
13 
20 
27 

Nov. 3 
10 
17 
24 

Dec. 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

1962 

Jan. 5 
12 
19 
26 

Feb. 2 
9 

16 
23 

Mar. 2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

Apr. 6 
13 
20 
27 

May 4 
11 
18 
25 

Jvme 1 

8 

15 

:^ 

29 
Jxily 6 
13 
20 
27 



T 



2 5.13 

2 4.77 1 4.30 

3 4.25 - - - - - - 2 3.88 

3 4.37 - - - - - - 2 4.06 

3 4.44 1 4.46 

1 4.68 - _ _ - - - 2 4.52 

2 4.87 - - _ - - - 1 4.70 

- - 2 4.51 - _ _ - - - 2 4.37 

2 5.16 _ - - _ _ _ 3 4.53 

- - 1 5.26 - - - - - _ 2 3.80 

1 4.52 _ _ - - - _ - 4.40 

34. 53 -___ _- 2 4.93 

- 5.35 . . _ - _ _ 3 4.67 

- 5.37 - _ _ _ _ _ 2 4.63 

2 5.05 - 1 4.60 

2 4.64 _ . - _ - - 2 4.55 

3 4.43 - - _ - - - 1 4.36 
3 4.51 - -- - - - 14. 84 

3 4.71 _.-_ -- -- 

2 4.26 - . - - _ - 1 5.22 

2 4.90 _ - - - - - . 5.74 

- 4.70 1 4.58 

14. 52 - 5.36 

2 4.40 - _ . - - - 1 4.64 

2 4.61 . _ - . - - 2 4.57 

3 3.98 _ _ _ - - - - 3.78 

1 4.70 _ - - - - - 1 4.62 

2 4.93 - 1 4.94 

4 4.78 -.-- -- -_ 

3 4.56 _ _ _ - _ - - 5.40 

1 4.90 . _ _ - - - 1 5.22 

2 5.29 - - - - 1 l.CO - 4.96 

- 4.26 2 4.79 . _ . . - 4.90 1 4.90 

- - 1 5.06 . . - - - - - 5.32 

1 4.80 -- _._- __ -- 

2 4.34 -- _.__ _- .- 
2 2.98 3 3.28 - . _ - - - - 2.62 

2.70 - - 1 3.26 - - 2.72 



TOTAL 



- 2.70 



5 3.89 



68 4.54 



1 1.00 



39 4.56 



Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit, all varieties & sections 



113 cars Avg. $4.49 



Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Eschang© & the Federal -State Market News Service 



- 40 - 

WEIQIIED AVERAGE AUCTION PBICES - FLOBim SHAEEFSUIT 
1961-62 SEASON 



Week 
Ending 



1961 

Sept. 8 
15 
22 
29 

Oct. 6 
13 
20 
27 

Nov. 3 
10 
17 
24 

Dec. 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

1962 

Jan- 5 
12 
19 
26 

Feb. 2 

9 

16 

23 

Mar. 2 
9 

16 
23 
30 

Apr. 6 
13 
20 
27 

May 4 
11 
18 
25 

June 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

J\ily 6 
13 
20 
27 



H 



A 



WHITE 



Interior 
Cars I Avg. 



S E ED 

Indian 
Eiver 



Cars 



T 



Avg. 



SEEDLESS 
Indian 



Interior 



Cars Avg 



Eiver 
Cars Avg 



7.22 



3.42 



- 2.64 
1 3.40 



PINK 



S E ED 



Interior 
Cars I Avg. 



Indieji 
Eiver 

Car I Avg. 



S E E DLESS 



Interior 



Cars Avg 



Indian' 
Eiver 



Cars Avg 



1 7.96 
3 8.21 
3 5.40 

2 4.63 

1 3.64 

- 3.18 

i 3.54 

- 3.40 

- 3.18 

- 2.75 



1 6.32 



6.83 
7.62 
5.05 
5.69 
5.99 
5.32 
5.14 
5.24 
5.19 
6.07 
6.52 



— * 


2 7.83 


« — 


5 6.73 


. ^ 


6 6.10 


- 3.40 


8 4.89 


1 3.34 


5 5.09 


- 4.16 


3 5.36 


_ _ 


7 4.89 


2 2.74 


5 5.58 


2 3.23 


4 5.51 


2 2.94 


5 5.64 


1 3.58 


5 5.60 


2 3.50 


3 6.39 


3 3.38 


5 5.22 


1 3.78 


7 4.30 


2 2.58 


6 4.37 


1 2.48 


5 4.50 


. •. 


5 5.14 


1 2.74 


7 4.69 


1 2.08 


7 4.41 


_ . 


5 4.72 


1 3.80 


7 4.34 


4 2.56 


4 4.48 


1 2.42 


4 3.71 


1 2.62 


2 3.92 


1 3.76 


1 6.10 


3 3.40 


1 4.04 


2 2.80 


3 3.85 


1 1.10 


2 4.86 



3.36 

1.94 



3.38 



7.72 
8.36 
5.08 
4.84 
4.05 
3.58 
3.13 
2.84 
2.64 



2.72 



1 4.18 



1 1.16 
- 3.20 



6.02 
6.29 
5.29 
3.98 
4.11 
4.24 
3.78 
4 4.30 
4 4.69 
4.05 
4.80 
4.45 



2 
3 
3 
5 
3 
3 
3 



6 

4 
5 



6.15 



_ « 


2 5.25 


_ « 


3 5.54 


- 


3 5.40 


- 3.30 


4 4.88 


1 3.26 


7 4.52 


-, — 


5 4,68 


- 3.76 


2 4.65 


1 3.18 


2 4.75 


1 3.16 


4 5.46 


- 4.20 


2 5.70 


- 3.47 


4 6.19 


1 3.30 


3 6.19 


2 2.98 


5 4.72 


- 2.26 


3 4.93 


- - 


3 5.08 


_ _ 


2 4.65 


. «. 


6 4.36 


_ _ 


3 4.96 


_ _ 


3 4.68 


_ _ 


1 5.55 


. _ 


2 5.66 


1 1.39 


- 5.39 



- 4.92 
2 3.86 

1 3.64 



TOTAL 1 3.40 - 7,22 


45 3.71 175 5.17 


- 2.65 


- 3.38 


21 3.95 117 4.82 


Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit, 


all varieties & sections 







359 cars Avg. $4.80 



Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal -State l&rket News Service 



- 41 - 

WSICSTED AVERAGE AOCTION ?BICES - FLORIDA GEAPEFEUIT 
1961-62 SEASOI? 



'.7 H I T E 



SEED 



Interior 



CsLTS Avg. 



Indian 
Biver 



Cars Avg 



SEEDLESS 



Interior 
Gars JAvg . 



Indian 
Biver 

Cars [Avg. 



PINK 



SEED 



Interior 
CarsjAvg. 



Indian 
River. _ 

Car I Avg. 



SEE2LESS 



Interior 



Cars Avg 



Indian 
Biver . 

Cars Avg 



T 



$ 



24 


_ 


^ 


_ . 


^ . 


_ . 


» 


_ 


. 


- 


- 


1 3.71 


Dec. 1 


_ 


. 


. • 


1 3.38 


_ - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 3.00 


- 


8 


_ 


_ 


. . 


. . 


- . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15 


• 


. 


. . 


_ _ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


22 


• 


. 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


29 


• 


_ 


— « 


- - 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1962 
























Jan. 5 


• 


. 


. « 


- - 


- . 


. 


- 


- 


• 


- 


- 


12 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


19 


^ 


» 


. _ 


^ _ 


_ _ 


_ 


_ 


. 


- 


- 


- - 


26 


_ 


^ 


_ _ 


- 4.28 


. . 


• 


• 


- 


_ 


1 3.90 


- - 


Feb. 2 


_ 


_ 


^ . 


- 4.10 


V . 


_ 


* 


- 


- 


1 3.86 


- 


9 


^ 


_ 


^ ^ 


_ » 


_ — 


_ 


• 


- 


_ 


1 3.22 


- 


16 


. 


_ 


_ » 


. _ 


_ _ 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


23 


- 


• 


. - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Mar. 2 


^ 


» 


^ _ 


■* - 


. . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- - 


9 


^ 


_ 


_ .• 


- 3.65 


_ ^ 


. 


^ 


_ 


» 


- 3.65 


- — 


16 


. 


. 


_ ^ 




1 5.82 


- 


- 


. 


- 


- 


- 5.94 


23 


_ 


_ 


_ _ 


_ » 


1 4.94 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 4.88 


30 


_ 


• 


_ . 


* 


- _ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Apr. 6 


. 


. 


. 


I 3.50 


- - 


- 


- 


. 


- 


- 3.64 


- 


13 


_ 


_ 


— . 


2 3.11 


_ . 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 3.36 


- 


20 


^ 


^ 


- 3.56 


1 3.00 


_ 


.. 


_ 


- 


. 


- 


1 4.08 


27 


- 


_ 


- _ 




1 5.10 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 3.26 


- 


May 4 


_ 


_ 


_ . 


.. - 


- ^ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11 


_ 


_ 


. _ 


- 3.88 


. . 


_ 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


1 4.30 


18 


_ 


- 


_ . 


1 2.74 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


25 


_ 


^ 


_ . 


- 3.42 


. - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


J\me 1 


_ 


. 


_ . 


1 2.98 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 2.52 


- 


8 


_ 


• 


. . 


1 3.36 


. — 


- 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15 


- 


- 


- 


- 3.94 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


22 


- 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


29 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Jvily 6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


13 


. 


. 


. _ 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20 


- 


. 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


27 


- 


- 


- 


- — 


- • 


• 


• 


" 


— 


~ ~ 


" * 



3.56 



8 3.15 



3 5.29 



4 3.56 



3 4.03 



Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit, all varieties & sections 



18 cars Avg. $3.74 



I&de available 
throu^ the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange 4 the Federal -State Market News Service 



- 42 - 

WEIGHTED A'VSBA.Ca: AUCTIOH PBICES - FipBim GRAPEFBUIT 
1961-62 SEASON 



Week 
Ending 



WHITE 



SEED 



Interior 



Cars 



Avg. 



Indian 



Cars Avg 



SEE. D L E S^S 
Indian 
.Bi£gr 



Interior 
Cars Avg . 



Gars lAvg 



PINK 



SEED 



Interior 
Cars I Avg. 



Indian 



Car 



Avg. 



SEEDLESS 



Interior 



Care Avg 



Indian 
Cars Avg 



1961 

Sept. 8 
15 
22 
29 

Oct. 6 
13 
SD 
27 

Nov. 3 
10 
17 
24 

Dec. 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

1962 

Jan. 5 
12 
19 
26 

Feb. 2 

9 

16 

23 

V&x. 2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

Apr. 6 
13 
20 
27 

May 4 
11 
18 
25 

Jvtne 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

July 6 
13 
20 
27 



TOTAL 



- - . - - 1 7.24 

- - 3 6.36 - - - - - - - 4.68 1 6.50 

_ 6.34 - 5.20 - _ _ _ 1 5.90 - 4.94 

3.98 - - - 4.71 - - _ _ - - 1 4.04 2 4.97 

2.86 - - - 3.49 - 4.32 _ _ - _ - 3.24 1 3.96 

3.10 - - - 3.84 - 4.52 _ _ - - - 3.78 - 4.24 

- - - - 3.92 - 4.89 - - - - - 3.73 1 4.02 

- 4.60 - 5.22 _ - - _ - 3.15 1 3.51 

- - - 2 3.33 3 4.05 _ - - . 2 3.04 - 3.41 
3.15 - - - 3.40 1 6.78 1 3.48 - _ - 3.17 2 4.68 

- 3.85 4 4.97 1 2.40 - - 1 3.76 1 5.47 

1 4.26 2 5.14 _ _ - _ 1 3.20 4 4.14 

1 5.18 _ - - - 1 3.24 2 4.46 

- - 1 5.48 1 6.76 - > - _ - 3.54 - 6.04 
3.00 - - 4 4.58 2 6.41 - _ - - 1 4.16 1 4.57 

3.40 - - 1 4.30 2 5.91 - _ _ - _ 4.20 1 5.02 

- 4.39 2 6.14 _ - - _ 1 3.70 - 5.66 

2 3.64 2 5.20 - _ - _ 1 3.84 3 4.76 

2 3.60 2 4.88 _ . _ _ 2 3.72 2 4.39 

3 3.87 1 5.74 - _ _ _ 1 3.71 1 5-26 

2 4.05 1 4.94 - _ _ - _ 3.98 2 5.47 
3.74 - - 3 3.66 2 5.68 . - - . 1 3.49 1 4.70 
3.44 - - 2 3.38 2 5.52 - - _ _ 1 4.06 - 5.52 

3 4.20 2 6.08 - - _ - 1 4.18 - 5.91 
2 3.81 2 6.31 - - _ _ _ 4.49 1 3.99 

- - - 2 3.30 3 5.04 _ . _ _ 2 3.58 - 6.25 

1 3.46 4 4.27 - _ - > 3 3.80 - 5.02 

1 3.32 2 5.44 _ _ . _ l 3.60 - 6.34 

4 3.45 2 5.13 _ . - _ 3 3.50 1 4.50 

- - - 2 3.07 4 4.31 - _ _ _ 1 3.86 1 3.89 

1 3.68 2 4.62 - _ - - . 4.26 - 5.42 

1.41 - - 4 3.43 3 4.75 - > _ _ - 3.86 1 4.45 

- - 2 3.81 2 5.27 - - - _ - 4.16 - 6.06 

2 4.45 1 6.66 _ _ _ _ _ _ i 4.98 

- - - 2 3.44 2 5.06 - _ _ _ 2 3.83 2 4.58 

2 4.14 1 3.76 - _ _ _ 2 4.03 - 3.44 

3 4.56 -- .-__ _. _. 

- - - 1 3.38 - - _ _ _ _ _ 3.04 

1 5.10 - 1 3.98 

2 2.97 2 4.42 - . _ _ _ - _ 4.32 

- - 1 2.58 3 3.67 _ . _ _ _ _ « 3.12 



- 2.37 



62 3.91 



63 5.10 



2 2.94 



31 3.78 34 4.70 



Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit, all varieties & sections 



192 cars Avg. $4.41 



Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal -State Market News Service 



- 43 



WKSTED AVSBACT: AUCTION PRICES - FLOHDA GBAPKFRUIT 
1961-62 SEASON 



TOTAL 













T ' 


r A L 


ALL C I T I 


E S 














WH ; 


[ T E 












P I 


N K 






SEED 


S E E D L E S 


5 


SEED 


SEEDLESS 


Week 

Ending 


Interior 
CarsJAvg. 


Indian 
Eiver 

CarsJAvg. 


Interior 


Indian 
Fiver 

Cars 1 Avg. 


Interior 


Indian 
Kiver 

Car |Avg . 


Interior 


Indian 
Mver 




Cars 


(Avg. 


Cars |Avg . 


Care JAvg . 


Car s| Avg. 


1961 




i 


i 


t 


fc 


$ 


$ 


$ 




$ 


$ 


Sept. 8 
15 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


22 


^ 


^ 


^ ^ 


1 


9.7i 


. 


_ 


» — 


• 


- 


I 6.76 


3 8.27 


29 


^ 


7.50 


- 7.39 


8 


9.04 


«. 


. 


M • 


• 


_ 


8 8.20 


2 10O3 


Oct. 6 


4 


5.33 


•> — 


17 


7.57 


5 8.67 


_ - 


_ 


_ 


10 7.27 


11 7.73 


13 


8 


4-38 


^ ^ 


15 


5.93 


7 


8.56 


. « 


_ 


. 


11 5.40 


20 «.«3 


20 


6 


3.82 


■> ^ 


9 


4.98 


16 


6.54 


_ _ 


• 


.. 


8 4.89 


26 5.32 


27 


2 


3.74 


- - 


9 


4.59 


15 


6.36 


^ » 


M 


. 


14 3.76 


42 4.50 


Nov. 3 




3-01 


_ •. 


2 


3.66 


46 


4.54 


1 2.66 


. 


_ 


12 2.99 


43 3.70 


10 


^ 


3-10 


_ ^ 


2 3.68 


35 4.85 


_ . 


«. 


-. 


4 3.00 


42 3.64 


17 


2 3.02 


•- ■> 




3.55 


45 


4.68 


- 


- 


- 


5 3.19 


45 3.58 


24 


3 


3.17 


1 3.04 


5 


2.97 


37 


4.68 


. 


- 


.. 


4 2.94 


34 3.68 


Dec. 1 








5 


3.29 


50 


4.45 


» -> 


• 


- 


4 2.50 


40 3.78 


8 


1 


2-li 


^^ _ 


1 


2.85 


45 


4.95 


1 3.48 


- 


-. 


1 3.24 


44 4.08 


15 




2.44 


_ 


1 


2.84 


51 


5.02 


1 2.40 


_ 


« 


3 3.51 


46 3.86 


22 


2 


1.87 


^^ ^^ 


1 


4.26 


54 


5.22 


- 2.20 


- 


- 


2 2.97 


47 3. SO 


29 






,^ ^ 


3 


3.44 


30 


5.29 


• • 


. 


- 


3 3.25 


49 3.87 


1962 


























Jon. 5 


_ 


^ 


^ ^ 


6 


4.29 


24 


6.20 


- 


_ 


- 


- 3.54 


9 4.77 


12 


^ 


3-27 


__ ^ 


8 


4.05 


45 


5.42 


* • 


_ 


. 


2 3.90 


36 4-53 


19 


. 


3.40 


_ 


3 


4.01 


44 


5.63 


— « 


. 


. 


- 3.81 


43 4.84 


26 


^ 




- 4.00 


1 


3.90 


39 


5.60 


• 


. 


-. 


3 3.53 


35 4.81 


Feb. 2 


1 


3-24 




6 


3.40 


60 


4.69 


• — 


- 


_ 


5 3.25 


50 4.20 


9 




2.64 


_ 


3 


3.38 


63 


4.34 


w, • 


. 


— 


4 3.48 


47 4.19 


16 


^ 


2.51 


_ 


4 


3.65 


48 


4.68 


. • 


- 


_ 


2 3.63 


44 4.16 


23 


^ 




- 3.64 


8 


3.65 


48 


5.05 


- 3.36 


• 


. 


3 3.57 


32 4.35 


liar. 2 


1 


3.40 


- 4.48 


10 


3.59 


43 


5.48 


- 


- 


- 


3 3.14 


29 4.77 


9 




3-12 


- 3.58 


8 


3.46 


45 


5.30 


- 2.57 


- 3 


.24 


5 3.47 


37 4.61 


16 


_ 






10 


3.58 


47 


5-40 


. . 


• 


_ 


5 3.80 


26 4.62 


23 


^ 


_ 


- 4.42 


9 


3.62 


52 


5.18 


_ » 


_ 


- 


1 3.88 


29 4.91 


30 


_ 


3.50 


1 4.12 


15 


3.37 


65 


4.69 


» 


• 


• 


5 3.54 


32 4-75 


Apr- 6 
13 


_ 




- 2.28 


8 


3.27 


70 


4.34 


— — 


- 


.. 


6 3.43 


42 4.33 


1 


2.42 




12 


2.99 


62 


4.43 


- - 


* 


- 


3 3.40 


53 4-08 


20 




1.78 


- 3.80 


11 


3.01 


59 


4.68 


• _ 


- 


.. 


5 3.34 


35 4-27 


27 


^ 




- 2-98 


4 


2.88 


64 


4.38 


— . 


_ 


— 


5 3.43 


32 4.22 


M-ay 4 


^ 


^ 


- 3.22 


4 


3.13 


72 


4.15 


- • 


_ 


.. 


3 3.02 


37 4-25 


11 


^ 


1.93 




8 


3.43 


63 


4.40 


. 


_ 


- 


- 3.59 


40 4.32 


18 


^ 


2.60 


2 3.00 


7 


3.10 


57 


4.58 


• . 


. 


- 


2 4.15 


32 4.41 


25 


_ 






8 


3.51 


51 


4-52 


. — 


. 


_ 


4 3.44 


35 4.33 


June 1 


^ 


_ 


1 2.78 


13 


3.41 


43 


4.64 


- • 


- 


_ 


6 3.22 


25 4.54 


8 


^ 


_ 


1 3.16 


11 


4.05 


47 


4.13 


. . 


— 


«. 


4 3.40 


23 3.96 


15 


^ 


_ 


- 3.36 


15 4.20 


30 


4.61 


- 4. BO 


- 3 


.38 


2 3.33 


15 4.04 


22 


^, 


^^ 




17 


4.32 


20 


5.32 


- 4.23 


.. 


— 


1 4.04 


12 4.69 


29 


^ 


_ 


— . ^ 


16 


3.91 


28 


4.01 


- . 


- 


_ 


4 2.79 


23 3.55 


July 6 


. 


4.02 


_ ., 


16 3.28 


29 


3.80 


_ - 


- 


- 


1 1.16 


18 2.68 


13 


^ 


3.53 


1 2.80 


11 


3.71 


26 


4.50 


- 


- 


- 


- 2.06 


16 2.63 


23 


2 


3.26 




8 


4.17 


18 


4.76 


_ . 


- 


— 


- 3.32 


7 3.48 


27 


2 


3.42 


- 


11 


4.83 


15 4.91 


- 2.94 


- 


- 


- 3.39 


4 3.71 



35 3.73 7 3.13 350 4.13 1813 4.81 



3 2.85 



3.31 173 3.99 1392 4.26 



Total Sales, Ela- grapefruit, all varieties & sections - - . - - 3,773 cajs Avg. $4.49 



Note- Cincinnati not included - no auction sales during 1961-62 season 

Made available 
throu^ the cocrpemtion of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal -State Market News Service 



44 - 



TCIQIIED AVERAGE AUCTION PEICES - FLOBim TAWGERIKES 



TOTAL 













1961 


-1982 SEASON 














NEW YDEZ 


PHILA- 




















CITY 


DELPHIA 
4/5 Bu. Box 


BOSTON 


PITTSBURGH 


CLEVELAND 


CHICAGO 


Week 
Ending 


4/5 Bu. Box 


4/5 Bu. Box 


4/5 Bu. Box 


4/5 Bu. Box 


4/5 Bu. Box 




























Cars 


Avg. 


Cars 


Avg- 


Cars 


Avg. 


Cars 


Avg. 


Cars 


Avg. 


Cars 


Avg. 


1961 




$ 


i 


i 




$ 




i 






^ 


Oct. 20 


























27 


i 


3.38 


^ 


5.30 


. 


^ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


.. 


« 


_ 


Nov. 3 


3 


5.11 


1 


4.53 


. 


. 


1 


2.84 


. 


.. 


3 


3.62 


10 


29 


4.47 


6 


4.21 


. 


. 


1 


4.67 


- 


• 


6 


3.63 


17 


35 


4.72 


9 


4.24 


_ 


_ 


5 


3.89 


_ 


_ 


8 


3.11 


24 


44 


4.43 


9 


4.08 


_ 


_ 


4 


3.33 


1 


4.00 


9 


3.14 


Dec. 1 


66 


3.35 


14 


3.74 


_ 


2.39 


2 


3.86 


_ 


_ 


6 


2.67 


8 


57 


3.29 


21 


3.41 


1 


3.20 


5 


3.52 


•.* 


3.62 


7 


3.22 


15 


69 


3.13 


20 


2.94 


_ 


_ 


6 


3.33 


2 


2.79 


2 


3.13 


22 


65 


4.08 


24 


3.48 


2 


3.71 


4 


3.63 


_ 


4.16 


7 


3.87 


29 


30 


5.84 


6 


4.81 


1 


1.96 


1 


2.06 


_ 


_ 


1 


4.82 


1962 


























Jan. 5 


47 


4.53 


15 


4.04 


- 


3.85 


1 


4.83 


- 


_ 


1 


5.08 


12 


42 


3.45 


12 


2.94 


3 


2.81 


3 


2.68 


1 


3.11 


5 


3.28 


19 34 


3.71 


5 


3.85 


1 


2.82 


2 


2.54 


1 


4.03 


4 


3.45 


26 1 44 


3.74 


14 


3.35 


2 


3.40 


3 


3.38 


_ 


. 


_ 


3.10 


Feb. 2 1 50 


3.13 


13 


2.43 


4 


3.19 


2 


2.99 


_ 


3.27 


4 


2.52 


9 1 42 


3.63 


7 


2.68 


3 


3.30 


2 


5.34 


1 


3.06 


2 


3.01 


16 1 23 


4.11 


3 


3.38 


^ 


«, 


1 


3.65 


1 


2.50 


2 


3.58 


23 28 


4.04 


3 


4.06 


m* 


_ 


1 


4.64 


_ 




2 


3.26 


ife.r. 2 33 


3.63 


6 


3.66 


2 


3.02 


2 


4.14 


1 


3.67 






9 23 


3.44 


10 


3.08 


1 


2.50 


1 


3.19 


. 


_ 


_ 


_ 


16 37 


3.66 


3 


3.62 


_ 




1 


3.25 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2Z 22 


3.67 


1 


3.56 


. 


3.40 


^ 


4.74 


_ 


^ 


1 


3.16 


30 24 


3.94 


5 


3.13 


_ 


3.12 


_ 


4.08 


_ 


. 






Apr. 6 14 


3.91 


4 


3.01 


_ 


_ 


3 


3.21 


_ 


_ 


^ 


_ 


13 12 


4.42 


2 


3.95 


_ 


1.39 


1 


2.98 


_ 


. 


1 


2.60 


20 21 


3.86 


1 


3.23 


.- 


3.34 


^ 


^ 


. 


^ 


^ 


1.84 


27 9 


3.53 


2 


2.83 


_ 


3.25 


2 


2.68 


_ 


_ 


. 




May 4 6 


3.69 


2 


1.71 


_ 






„ 


— 


^ 


_ 


_ 


11 


5 


4.17 


_ 


^ 


_ 


„ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


,^ 


_ 


_ 


18 


1 


2.45 


_ 


^ 


_ 


^ 


_ 


2.52 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


25 


_ 


2.34 


_ 


_ 


_ 


^ 


_ 




,^ 


^ 


_ 


_ 


June 1 


_ 


« 


_ 


_ 


_ 


. 


^ 


^ 


^ 


^, 


_ 


_ 


8 


1 


3.29 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1.80 


^ 


^ 


^ 


^ 


^, 


_ 


15 


— 


2.90 


— 


_ 


^ 




_ 


_ 


. 


_ 


_ 


_ 


22 


1 


1.27 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


,_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 






29 1 


1 


1.03 


« 


_ 


^ 


_ 


^ 


_ 


^ 


^ 


_ 


z 


jTily 6 1 


1 


1.09 


- 


« 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


« 


. 


_ 



Florida tangerine auction prices - by markets 
include the listed straight cars 



Note- No Auction sales - Cinciniati - during 1961-62 season. 



921 3.83 218 3.43 20 3.09 54 3.41 



3.24 71 3.29 



, Made available 

through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal -State Market News Service 



- 45 - 

lEKSIED AVSRACa: AUCTION PRICES - FlJOHim lANCTlSIHES 
1961-62 SEASON 





ST. lOUIS 


lETHDIT 






TOTAL 
ALL CITIES 


Week 


4/5 Bu 


- Box 


4/5 Bu 


. Box 


4/5 Bu 


. Box 


Ending 














Cars 






Cars 


Avg. 


Cars 


Avg. 






Avg. 


1961 


$ 




$ 








$ 




Oct. 20 


_ 












_ 


_ 


27 


• 


V 


_ 


*, 






2 


3.38 


Nov. 3 


^ 


^ 


^ 


_ 






8 


4.19 


10 


. 


_ 


2 


2.46 






44 


4.23 


17 


• 


_ 




_ 






57 


4.34 


24 


» 


^ 


1 


3.11 






68 


4.12 


Dec. 1 


1 


3.01 


3 


3. 70 






92 


3.39 


8 


1 


3.55 


7 


3.70 






99 


3.35 


15 


1 


3.30 


9 


3.29 






109 


3.12 


22 


" 


• 


10 


4.03 






112 


3.91 


29 


1 


4.08 


1 


6.01 






41 


5.43 


1962 


















Jan. 5 


. 


4.08 


2 


4.45 






66 


4.40 


12 


1 


2.85 


5 


3.37 






72 


3.28 


19 


• 


3.27 


5 


3.37 






52 


3.62 


26 


^ 


^ 


3 


4.17 






66 


3.65 


Feb. 2 


1 


2.22 


1 


3.00 






75 


2.96 


9 


mm 


2-57 


2 


2.97 






59 


3.44 


16 


^ 




^ 


3.51 






30 


3.93 


23 


_ 


^ 


1 


5.04 






35 


4.04 


Mar. 2 


_ 


_ 


1 


3.74 






45 


3.63 


9 


_ 


.^ 


,^ 


3.84 






35 


3.30 


16 


mm 


^ 


^ 


4.44 






41 


3.65 


23 


. 


. 


^ 


^ 






24 


3.64 


30 


. 


^ 


^ 


2.82 






29 


3.80 


Apr. 6 


» 


.. 


1 


3.06 






22 


3.61 


13 


_ 


_ 


1 


3.31 






17 


4.11 


20 


_ 


_ 




3.66 






22 


3.83 


27 


^ 


^^ 


^ 


. 






13 


3.29 


May 4 




« 


_ 


2.35 






8 


3.19 


11 


^ 


^ 


^ 


2.98 






5 


4.17 


18 


^ 


^ 


^ 








1 


2.45 


25 


« 


_ 


_ 


• 






- 


2.34 


June 1 


^ 


^ 


» 


. 






- 


- 


8 


. 


_ 


^ 


^ 






1 


3.29 


15 


_ 


_ 


,^ 


_ 






- 


2.90 


22 


^ 


_ 


_ 


^ 






1 


1.27 


29 


^ 


_ 


. 


_ 






1 


1.03 


July 6 


- 


- 


- 


- 






1 


1.09 




For 


IQfil-fi? c^=e•~•r^ 




^ -• St T*a.i oHt ca-T^fi — 










X 3 U J. ^*JK 


^ 09»>£?WU 




Tangerines - 


1,014 cars 


Avg. $3.80 














Tangelos 


175 


3.12 














Murcotts 


133 


3.90 














Satsumas 


20 


2.89 














Ponkans 


5 


2.20 














Zings 


3 


2.55 














Clement ine s 


3 


2.46 




TOTAL 


6 


3.15 


55 


3.64 






1.353 


3.69 



Made available 
throu^ the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal -State Liarket News Service 



- 46 



FL OBim ADCTIOH SAIES. SEASONS 1952/53-1961/62 



through 


the cooperati 


Ml 
on of the Florida Cit 

0. 


ade ava 

rus Exc 


ilahle 

aange & the Federal -State Market News 

JE S 


Service 




E A N ( 




SEASON 

Thru 

July 27 

1961-62 




N. y. 


PHIL. 


EOST. 


PITIS. 


CLEVE. 


CHIC. 


ST.L. 


CINCI. 


HETR. 


BAM. 


TOTAL 


Cars 

Avg. 


1,361 

$5.28 


532 

$4.83 


206 

$5.20 


108 
$4.77 


$4.74 


77 

$4.58 


$4.14 


closed 


. 163 
$4.98 


closed 


2,509 
$5.09 


July 28 
1960-61 


Cars 
Avg. 


1,193 
$6.77 


425 
$6.29 


193 

$6.67 


. 155 
$5.96 


68 

$5.65 


154 
$5.77 


8 
$5.72 


It 


94 

$5.87 


II 


2,290 
$6.48 


July 29 
1959-60 


Cars 

Avg. 


1,606 
$5.59 


596 
$4.99 


268 
$5.24 


164 
$5.13 


67 
$4.87 


178 
$4.89 


11 
$4.69 


37 
$4.38 


151 

$5.07 


II 


3,078 
$5.32 


July 31 
1958-59 


Cars 

Avg. 


1.669 
$5.41 


551 

$5.80 


172 
$6.02 


132 
$5.53 


90 
$5.43 


$5.48 


7 
$5.07 


86 
$5.17 


129 
$5-52 


II 


2,987 
$6.08 


Aug. 1 
1957-58 


Cars 

Avg. 


2,510 

$5.86 


748 
$5.21 


279 
$5.85 


174 
$5.26 


$4.86 


217 

$4.82 


. 37 
$4.56 


. 83 
$4.64 


. 200 
$5-08 


ti 


4,382 

$5.57 


July 26 
1956-57 


Cars 

Avg. 


2,499 
$4.70 


815 
$4.41 


340 
$4.63 


234 
$4.18 


217 

$4.08 


297 
$4.05 


92 
$3.89 


192 
$4.02 


284 
$4.27 


II 


4,970 
$4.49 


July 27 
1955-56 


Cars 

Avg. 


2,566 

$4.97 


846 
$4.62 


436 
$4.97 


259 
$4.49 


229 

$4.51 


356 

$4.38 


103 

$4.39 


323 

$4.33 


339 
$4.66 


43 
$4.32 


5,500 
$4.76 


July 29 
19^-55 


Cars 

Avg. 


$4.33 


1,249 
$4.11 


$4.18 


. 270 
$3.87 


A 293 
$3.96 


. 485 
$3.79 


^ 128 
$3.73 


. 347 
$3.77 


473 
$4.06 


. 94 
$3.73 


§«835 
$4.14 


1953-54 


Cars 

Avg. 


4,052 

$4.52 


1,554 
$4.27 


587 

$4.43 


. 315 
$4.08 


418 
$4.19 


514 
$3.95 


212 

$3.85 


423 
$3.98 


494 
$4.18 


. 127 
$3.86 


8.696 
$4.33 


1952-53 


Cars 
Avg. 


^!268 
$4.32 


ij491 

$4.17 


442 
$4.26 


. 251 
$3.85 


417 

$4.03 


559 
$3.96 


249 
$3.83 


451 
$3.93 


. 506 
$4.06 


. 131 
$3.94 


8,765 
$4.19 












G R A P E F 


H U I T 












SEASON 

Thru 

July 27 

1961-62 




N. Y. 


PHIL. 


BOST. 


PITK. 


CLEVE. 


CHIC. 


sr.L. 


CINCI. 


rEiB. 


SALT. 


TOTAL 


Cars 

Avg. 


1,989 
$4.66 


481 
$4.01 


395 
$3 .,99 


226 

$4.56 


113 

$4.49 


359 

$4.80 


18 
$3.74 


closed 


192 
$4.41 


closed 


3,773 
$4.49 


July 28 
1960-61 


Cars 

Avg. 


2.261 
$4.43 


581 
$4.00 


529 
$3.99 


289 

$4.30 


. 130 
$4.17 


463 
$4.61 


. 22 
$4.31 


rl 


170 
$4.41 


II 


$4.32 


July 29 
1959-60 


Cars 
Avg. 


2.577 

$4.57 


615 
$3.99 


. 524 

$4.24 


. 247 

$4.37 


181 
$4.23 


429 
$4.52 


. 26 
$3.95 


47 
$3.65 


295 

$4.28 


II 


$4.41 


July 31 
1958-59 


Cars 
Avg. 


3,109 

$4.53 


706 

$4.02 


526 

$4.16 


330 

$4.26 


266 
$4.52 


457 

$4.55 


44 
$4.17 


135 
$3.97 


390 
$4.26 


II 


5,963 
$4.39 


Aug. 1 
1957-58 


Cars 
Avg. 


3,194 
$5.12 


595 

$4.45 


466 
$4.93 


268 

$4.70 


253 
$4.73 


436 

$4.83 


62 
$3.76 


. 118 
$3.73 


322 

$4.65 


II 


$4.91 


July 26 
1956-57 


Cars 
Avg. 


3,424 

$4.57 


662 

$4.08 


517 

$4.36 


321 
$4.26 


349 
$4.50 


532 

$4.47 


131 
$3.63 


234 
$3.76 


477 

$4.24 


II 


6,647 
$4.41 


July 27 
1955-56 


Cars 
Avg. 


3.525 

$4.16 


818 
$3.74 


581 
$3.99 


331 
$3.76 


382 

$4.20 


. 635 
$4.01 


180 
$3.35 


305 
$3.46 


568 
$4.02 


36 
$2.99 


7,361 

$4.01 


July 29 
1954-55 


Cars 

Avg. 


3.852 

$3.90 


1.142 
$3.52 


654 
$3.65 


352 
$3.44 


405 
$3.79 


765 

$3.69 


266 
$3.05 


375 
$3.12 


. 800 
$3.70 


66 
$2.96 


8,677 
$3.70 


1953-54 


Cars 

Avg. 


4.562 

$3.98 


1.148 
$3.66 


706 
$3.91 


368 
$3.56 


463 
$3.88 


762 
$3.94 


. 350 
$3.33 


$3.27 


749 
$3.82 


74 
$2.98 


8,165 
$3.83 


1952-53 


Cars 

Avg. 


3.976 

$4.40 


1,020 
$3.96 


441 

$4.34 


243 

$3.92 


397 

$4.09 


765 

$4.30 


278 
$3.59 


392 
$3.68 


608 

$4-22 


45 
$2.96 


6.165 

$4.22 



Baltimore Fruit Auction (Baltimore Fruit Exchange) officially closed at end of year 1956 
Cincinnati - No auction sales during 1961-62 season 



- 47 - 

FLOHim AUCTTON SALIilS. SEASONS 1952/53-1961/62 (COOT'D ) 

Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Sxchange & the Federal -State Market News Service 













T E M P L 


E S 












SFJiS:)N 




17. Y. 


PHIL. 


EOST. 


PUIS. 


CLEVE. 


CHIC. 


ST.L- 


CINCI. 


DETR. 


SALT. 


TOTAL 


1961-62 


Cars 

Avg. 


422 

$2.94 


116 
$2.73 


34 
$2.92 


18 
$2.63 


6 
$2.76 


66 
$2.93 


1 
$1.31 


closed 


40 
$2.77 


closed 


703 

$2.88 


1960-61 


Cars 
Avg. 


445 
$3.70 


142 
$3.36 


15 
$3.19 


37 
$3.36 


8 
$3.01 


72 

$3.42 


_ 


II 


21 

$3.32 


II 


740 
$3.56 


1959-60 


Cars 

Avg. 


521 
$3.19 


151 

$3.00 


41 
$2.81 


. 30 
$2.75 


. 12 
$2.75 


111 
$2.95 


2 
$2.75 


9 

$2.54 


45 
$3.00 


II 


922 

$3.08 


1958-59 


Cars 

Avg. 


532 
$3.13 


132 

$3.10 


33 
$2.86 


25 

$2.94 


21 

$2.70 


98 
$3.08 


1 
$3.19 


11 
$2.80 


38 
$2.91 


II 


891 
$3.08 


1957-58 


Cars 

AVg. 


424 
$3.23 


108 
$2.99 


. 40 
$2.67 


. 30 
$3.13 


29 

$3.11 


66 
$3.09 


, 3 
$3.29 


9 
$3.00 


24 
$3.85 


)i 


733 
$3.13 


1956-57 


Cars 

Avg. 


. 575 
$2.83 


$2.62 


. 35 
$2.67 


47 

$2.49 


. 40 
$2.74 


106 
$2.64 


11 
$2.28 


43 

$2.46 


63 
$2.52 


II 


1.090 
$2.72 


1955-56 


Cars 
Avg. 


584 
$2.72 


184 
$2.62 


39 
$2.49 


37 
$2.56 


48 
$2.53 


109 
$2.53 


, 11 
$2.25 


34 

$2.50 


65 
$2.61 


7 

$2.48 


1,118 
$2.64 


1954-55 


Cars 

Avg. 


649 
$2.65 


295 

$2.46 


. 81 
$2.48 


51 

$2.28 


62 
$2.51 


143 
$2.37 


15 
$2.02 


* 52 

$2.34 


X 95 
$2.41 


13 

$2.32 


1,456 
$2.52 


1953-54 


Cars 

Avg. 


672 

$2.79 


238 

$2.66 


54 
$2.84 


$2.41 


71 

$2.65 


. 169 
$2.61 


. 28 
$1.96 


73 
$2.45 


. 87 
$2.48 


. 14 
$2.95 


1,452 
$2.68 


1952-53 


Cars 

Avg. 


492 
$2.74 


* 180 
$2.64 


. 31 

$2.61 


44 
$2.47 

TAN 


. 52 
$2.47 

GEE 


127 

$2.51 

I N E S 


13 
$2.02 


>. 50 
$2.36 


79 
$2.53 


, 6 

$2.49 


k074 


SEASON 




N. Y. 


PHIL, 


BO ST. 


PITTS. 


CLEVE. 


CHIC. 


SJ.L. 


CINCI. 


lETR. 


3ALT. 


TOTAL 


1961-62 


Cars 

Avg. 


921 
$3.83 


218 

$3.43 


. 20 
$3.09 


54 

$3.41 


8 
$3.24 


71 

$3.29 


6 
$3.15 


cloKd 


. 55 
$3.64 


closed 


L353 
|i.69 


1960-61 


Cars 

AVg. 


^ 643 
$3.33 


230 
$2.90 


$2.04 


* 71 
$2.76 


34 
$2.77 


109 
$2.73 


, 3 
$2.61 


II 


. 70 
$2.81 


II 


il3.09 


1959-K) 


Cars 

Avg. 


566 
$4.16 


169 
$3.80 


4 
$3.08 


. 45 
$3.67 


. 16 
$3.30 


63 
$3.39 


1 
$2,59 


6 
$3.14 


47 
$3.80 


II 


917 
$3.97 


1958-59 


Cars 
Avg. 


737 
$3.29 


226 
$2.82 


13 
$2.34 


44 
$2.69 


. 40 
$2.35 


84 
$2.63 


8 
$2.03 


24 
$2.15 


32 
$2.84 


M 


i4258 
$3.04 


1957-58 


Cars 

Avg. 


560 
$4.10 


167 

$3.96 


2 

$3.23 


21 

$4.07 


. 23 
$3.71 


61 
$3.95 


5 
$3.78 


15 

$4.04 


64 
$3.91 


II 


938 
$4.04 


1956-57 


Cars 

Avg. 


881 
$3.41 


278 
$3.28 


7 

$2.29 


50 
$3.11 


* 50 

$3.03 


138 

$2.95 


. 21 

$2.86 


. 30 
$2.97 


, 100 
$3.19 


II 


1,555 
$3.29 


1955-56 


Cars 

Avg. 


951 
$3.24 


292 
$3.08 


27 
$2.73 


63 
$2.79 


50 
$2.94 


153 
$2.85 


. 22 

$2.80 


. 52 
$2.72 


125 

$3.04 


5 
$2.63 


1.740 

li3.11 


1954-55 


Cars 
Avg. 


866 

$2.84 


396 
$2.69 


. 52 
$2.35 


. 68 
$2.34 


. 75 
$2.48 


. 233 
$2.48 


41 
$2.33 


95 
$2.27 


166 
$2.50 


. 22 
$2.29 


1.984 
: 12.66 


1953-54 


Cars 
Avg. 


1,066 
$3.05 


370 
$2.86 


30 
$2.51 


58 
$2.52 


85 
$2.73 


198 
$2.50 


42 
$2.61 


80 
$2.47 


136 
$2.79 


20 


2.085 
$2.87 


1952-53 


Cars 
Avg. 


$^.66 


424 
$2.55 


50 
$2.49 


78 
$2.43 


127 
$2.37 


256 
$2.33 


64 
$2.25 


104 
$2.29 


176 
$2.66 


. 18 
$2.00 


2.367 
$2.53 



Temple & tangerine averages on tasis 4/5 bu. hox 



- 48 - 

F5ESH CITHJS — JlOEim EXPOHTS IMPORTS INTO FIOBim PORTS. BY CODNTBY O F OBI'^ IU 

BY WEEKS — 1961-62 SEASON 



V/eek 

Ending 



E 



# 



1961 

9/ 3 
10 
24 

10/ 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

11/ 5 
12 
19 
26 

12/ 3 
10 
17 
24 
31 
1962 

TT? 

14 
21 
28 

2/ 4 
11 
18 
25 

3/ 4 
11 
18 
25 

4/ 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

5/ 6 
13 
20 
27 

6/ 3 
10 
17 
24 

7/ 1 

8 

15 

22 

31 



Commercial 



Orgs 



Gfrt 



Tangs 



Government 



Orgs 



Gfrt 



- - - Standard Box Basis . 



391 
1,089 
3,000 
1,561 

995 
1,146 
1,272 

480 
1,600 

974 
1,910 

223 

1,640 
204 
1,180 
553 
1,641 
1.905 
2,404 
1,255 
2,987 
3,082 
1,935 
6,529 
1,645 
6.718 
11,182 
32,533 
2,927 
12.084 
24,419 
3,936 
2,767 
7,504 
8,076 
1,299 
1,695 
2.753 
4,017 
1,120 
1,524 
2,464 



1,034 
5,746 



11,195 


. 


_ 


1,315 


28.826 


M 


273 


94 


16,901 


. 


4,921 


1,863 


16,341 


_ 


310 


1,004 


25,450 


_ 


5,184 


612 


19,930 


M 


376 


239 


11,126 


_ 


4,648 


1,630 


13,025 


_ 


_ 


528 


2.603 


. 


4.639 


1,630 


9,417 


50 


_ 


528 


5,678 


40 


3,230 


324 


2,657 


32 


3,612 


529 


- 


- 


1,673 


528 


2,200 


65 


5.004 


1,477 


5,981 


. 


103 


564 


5,230 


^ 


3,729 


2,530 


1,250 


- 


1.719 


37 


7,564 


. 


6,460 


518 


4,187 


20 


4,148 


1,213 


18,112 




9,781 


3,224 


37,985 


_ 


4,856 


560 


5,606 


- 


4,513 


904 


13,975 


* 


5,597 


593 


25,299 


- 


10,840 


2.813 


13,409 


- 


6,719 


1,8S0 


9,560 


. 


6,528 


268 


21 ,071 


— 


7,793 


2.380 


2,112 


. 


2,799 


796 


26,202 


- 


7,445 


1.017 


453 


_ 


3.004 


561 


9,809 


- 


7.098 


1,550 


12,240 


_ 


3,353 


528 


6,539 


_ 


3,946 


^ 


7,025 


- 


3,865 


563 


5,271 


- 


7,074 


772 


3,664 


_ 


1.939 


528 


4,047 


- 


1,056 


585 


2,538 


- 


1,596 


. 


2,270 


_ 


_ 


266 


215 


_ 


_ 


_ 


30 


* 


« 


« 


65 


- 


. 


. 



TOTAL 168.619 423,838 



207 



149,831 36,951 



Tangs 



215 



• I MP 


R T S 


OHGS 
Cuta 


GFRT 
Cute 


^sXk'- 


,C_ra;^es 



215 



Canada not included above export data. 
f-Fumished thru the coiirtesy of tne State Inspection Citrus Office, Hnter Haven, Fla. 
•-Furnished throu^ the courtesy of the Florida State Plant Board, Gainesville, Florida. 



49 



lELIVEEED CMI^EHY PRICES 
1961-62 SEASOK 
Advertising and inspection tax not included 





E A N G E S 


GRAPEFRUIT 


TANGERINES 


Week 


CONCEKTRAIE 
Average Price 


JUICE 


JUICE 


SECTIONS 
Average Price 


JUICE 


Ending 


Average Price 


Average Price 


Average Price 


1961 












10/ 7 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


14 




1.60179 


.26834 


- 


- 


21 


. 


1.60E04 


.28466 


- 


- 


28 


_ 


1.69257 


.29933 


_ 


« 


11/ 4 


. 


1.86362 


.37277 


.98000 


- 


11 


^ 


1.95915 


.43297 


.94339 


_ 


18 


. 


2.03363 


.45248 


1.01015 


.45280 


25 


. 


2.02069 


.47230 


1.04226 


.46085 


12/ 2 


. 


2.10954 


.48163 


1.05219 


.66953 


9 


2.33879 


2.17803 


.48569 


1.02880 


.67733 


16 


2.45984 


2.16202 


.46534 


1.01513 


.85475 


23 


2.42144 


2-03349 


.44012 


1.00972 


.93158 


30 


2.46882 


2.02590 


.49054 


1.01435 


1 .04769 


1962 












1/ 6 


2.43675 


2.04049 


.47800 


1.03471 


1.15524 


13 


2.40672 


2.06073 


.47961 


1-05242 


1.18235 


20 


2.39836 


2.10453 


.51294 


1 .08887 


1.23219 


27 


2.47228 


2.07981 


.56730 


1.17409 


1 .00000 


2/ 3 


2.68308 


2.22880 


.51854 


1.24246 


1.00000 


10 


2.86002 


2.32121 


.54211 


1.28391 


- 


17 


2.87075 


2.32438 


.57023 


1.34101 


1 .00000 


24 


2.75492 


2.22650 


.58232 


1.32299 


1.00000 


3/ 3 


2.67679 


2.11902 


.52903 


1.31774 


- 


10 


2.42663 


1.99619 


.48949 


1.28685 


- 


17 


2.08120 


1.71688 


.46335 


1.23288 


- 


24 


1.87561 


1.66810 


.45044 


1.24007 


- 


31 


1.82330 


1.66738 


.44631 


1.23755 


- 


4/ 7 


1.80671 


1.63661 


.43662 


1.14290 


.35000 


14 


2.01299 


1.56644 


.46245 


1.03732 


.75000 


21 


2.03256 


1.58871 


.45110 


.86661 


- 


28 


2.08702 


1.60945 


.44152 


.82600 


- 


5/ 5 


2.02977 


1.49058 


.42954 


.87103 


- 


12 


2.03691 


1.48060 


.43563 


.89709 


- 


19 


2.03546 


1.36246 


.42624 


.82449 


- 


26 


1.94907 


1.40440 


.41955 


.82000 


- 


6/ 2 


1.86293 


1.42165 


.41373 


.89629 




9 


1.82053 


1.40518 


.41699 


- 




16 


1.65889 


1.41387 


.40597 


- 




23 


1.56890 


1.39025 


.40009 


- 




30 


1.49295 


1.31169 


.42208 


- 




7/ 7 


1.42403 


1.46009 


.41494 


- 




14 


1.35656 


1.69834 


.42382 


- 




21 


1.36924 


1.40556 


.41287 


- 




28 




1.25496 


.41681 


- 




8/ 4 


. 


1.23538 


.42343 






11 


• 


. 


- 






18 


. 


. 


- 






25 












9/4/62 












SEASONAL 


2.25479 


1.93894 


.46983 


1.13368 


.89995 


with 












Adjustmei 


Its 











Made available 
through the courtesy of the Florida Canners' Association, Winter Haven, Florida 



-^ - 



SOUNTET 



Year 



UNIT ED STaIES gXFQRTS OF ?RE?H OmNGES* - BY I/OHTHS 
JULY. 1961 ■IHBU JIME. 196^ 

84-1 b. Boxes 



JULY 



AUGUST 



SEPTEMBER 



OCIOBEE 



NOVEMBER 



liECEMBER 



1961 



Bahaaas 


1,479 


967 


520 


602 


843 


• 374 


Be 1 gium-Luzembourg 


89,634 


59,977 


37,857 


12,134 


— 




BeitQuda 


646 


577 


730 


424 


407 


690 


Canada 


240,893 


219,553 


188,420 


176,614 


190,084 


279,206 


Denmark 


5,723 


2,773 


335 


— 


_ 


■- 


France 


34,618 


13,432 


4,405 


• 


429 


„ 


Genoany, West 


1,122 


264 


494 


1,672 


. 


153 


Hong Kong 


63,860 


48,520 


45,070 


52,186 


27,160 


11,402 


Ireland 


_ 


446 


» 


893 


.. 




Japan 


711 


2,746 


1,765 


1,571 


413 


531 


Malaya & Singapore 


7,497 


11,983 


2,359 


256 


879 


- 


Mexico 


10,145 


13,241 


11,092 


10,500 


7,404 


4,618 


Nansei & Nanpo 


1,292 


894 


_ 


27 


«. 


«. 


Netherlands 


148,281 


52,561 


66,731 


35,054 


2,385 


_ 


Netherlaxid Antilles 


1.768 


461 


589 


2,404 


3,201 


3,623 


Norway 


637 


17,181 


. 




_ 


M 


Philippines, Rep. of 


4,115 


1,666 


3,206 


5,077 


417 


1,402 


Sweden 


652 


. 




_ 


^ 


^ 


Switzerland 


1,701 


1,178 


mm 


1,445 


743 


860 


Taivfan 


645 




^ 




_ 


«, 


United Kingdom 


157 


- 


- 


9,993 


757 


410 


Other 


- 


276 


172 


848 


636 


87 



TOTALS 



615.576 



448,696 



363,745 



311,700 



235,758 303.356 



COUl^TRY 



Year 



JANUARY 



PEBEUAHY 



MARCH 



APRIL 



MAY 



JUNE 



1962 

Bahamas 

Belgium-Luxembourg 

Bermuda 

Canada 

Denmark 

France 

Germany, West 

Hong Kong 

Ireland 

Japan 

Malaya 4 Singapore 

Mexico 

Nance i & Nanpo 

Netherlands 

Nether land Antilles 

Norway 

Philippines Sep. of 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Taiwan 

United Kingdom 

Other 



81 


414 


1,607 


1,989 


1,667 


2,388 


1,357 


_ 




2.702 


13,494 


63,763 


476 


733 


682 


133 


742 


47 


298,272 


287,194 


378.923 


328,502 


314,900 


255,905 


«, 


. 


. 


— 


255 


4,411 


» 


_ 


. 


470 


17,805 


22,504 


* 


» 


» 


_ 


670 


3,750 


61,588 


28,912 


76,176 


49,930 


73,617 


78,770 


_ 


^ 


_ 


759 


_ 


580 


156 


319 


367 


590 


1.048 


441 


213 


132 


1,855 


7,977 


10,041 


26,101 


523 


611 


654 


2,419 


3,491 


8,277 


27 


745 


1,665 


2,896 


3,362 


1,665 


» 


^ 


1,461 


42,958 


151,867 


169,123 


4,226 


3,506 


4,057 


5,333 


8,028 


3,871 


. 


_ 


521 


3,115 


21,122 


16,221 


1,844 


4,324 


1,173 


6,144 


2,327 


4,819 


• 


. 


_ 


V 


« 


67D 


892 


- 


- 


- 


458 


- 


916 


- 


- 


2,009 


12,855 


11,786 


148 


364 


57 


106 


245 


138 



TOTALS 



370,719 327,254 469,198 458,032 637,994 675,230 



'-Oranges & Tangerines. 

Foreign Agricultural Service, U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 



51 - 



UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF FHESH GRAPEFRtJIT - BY ^JDHISS 
JULY. 1961 IHHJ JUNE. 1962 

78-113. Boxes 



COUNTEY 



Year 



JULY 



AUGUST 



SEPTEMEER 



OCTOBER 



NOVEMBER 



DECEMBER 



1961 

Bahaaas 

Belgium-Luxembourg 

Bermuda 

Canada 

Denmark 

Finland 

France 

Germany, West 

Hong Kong 

Ireland 

Italy 

Japan 

Ivlalaya & Singapore 

Mexico 

Netherlands 

Netherland Antilles 

Norway 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

United Kingdom 

Other 



276 


90 


146 


- 


97 


7,514 


10.581 


2.954 


2,269 


5,590 


287 


180 


22 


70 


- 


88,632 


55,638 


37,509 


155.931 


177,505 


3,313 


5,382 


429 


755 


770 


^ 


. 


« 


745 


1,989 


23,351 


17,235 


1,460 


9.530 


20.692 


1,458 


10,708 


2,792 


17.954 


12,785 


178 


333 


- 


37 


120 


513 


1,238 


- 


- 


631 


1,636 


. 


- 


- 


- 


1.441 


3.047 


1,145 


599 


2.511 


187 


154 


_ 


- 


487 


583 


154 


587 


228 


80 


24,448 


13,710 


13.945 


35,408 


29,061 


173 


54 


. 


67 


179 




1,719 


_ 


397 


974 


625 


1.067 


2.636 


7,580 


9,199 


1,250 


417 


430 


1,103 


340 


6,035 


15,570 


3.337 


487 


326 


^ 


_ 


66 


194 


720 



46 

674 

149,300 

885 
7,876 
2,144 

406 



1,517 
449 
787 

7,393 
236 
693 

2,808 
59 

96 



TOTALS 



161,900 



137,277 



67,458 233,354 



264,056 



175,369 



COUNTEY 



Year 



JANUARY 



FEBRUARY 



1/iAECH 



APRIL 



MAY 



JUNE 



1961 

Bahamas - 37 77 133 128 

Belgium-Luxembourg 18 2,479 6,360 8,095 8,982 

Bermuda _ — — - ~ 

Canada 210.980 180.746 234.767 230.329 207,118 

Deraiark - - 4,356 1.890 2.147 

Finland - 103 538 1,103 - 

France 1,590 14,019 18,967 28,114 40,246 

Geirony. West 4,144 23,665 18,057 24,132 21,083 

Hong Kong - - 113 81 314 

IreW - - 2.050 2.084 3.726 

J^ 1.163 1,231 2,030 1.461 1,977 

Malaya & Singapore 92 185 554 1.021 44b 

Mexico 385 1.072 508 1.368 762 

Netherlands 6.596 33.594 26.886 45.357 ^.f23 

Netherland Antilles - 179 113 190 529 

Normy 67 - 863 3.073 1.142 

Sweden 766 2.172 9.881 3.285 2.565 

Switzerland 252 151 258 ,, , " J'?lo 

United Kingdom 397 13.280 39.155 34.466 25.108 

Other 269 101 417 28 39 



136 

11.555 

48 

132,895 

1,642 

231 

27.814 

12.242 

2,686 

775 

247 

544 

48,160 

147 

829 

410 

7,7DO 

2,017 

244 



TOTAL 



226,719 



273,014 



365,947 



386,210 



384,149 250,322 



Foreign Agriciiltural Service, U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 



- 52 - 

CONTAIHEBS — BY KIND OF CITHJS 
SEASON- Aug. 1. 1961 — July 31. 19 62 

- In Terms of 1-3/5 Bu. Boxes - 



Container 


ORANGES 


GMPEFEUIT 


TANGEEINES 


TOTAL 


Description 


in- 
terior 


Ind. 
.River.., 


In-. i^ifll. 
tenor Eiver 


in-, 
tenor 


Ind. 
Eiver 


tenor 


Indian 
Eiver 



NAILED BOXES 


















1-3/5 Bu. (I Bx) 


_ 


_ 


_ 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4/5 Bu. (1/2 Bx) 


1983 


- 


105 


- 


10724 


- 


12812 


- 


WlHii^UND BOXES 


















1-3/5 Bu. (l Bjc) 


4184205 


1513 


4575216* 


604 


12520 


- 


8771941 


2117 


4/5 Bu. (1/2 Bx) 


4763781 


455955 


1388675 


79342 


2287818 


14975 


8440274 


549972 


MESH BAGS 


















4/5 Bu. (1/2 Bx) 


5471 


- 


3897 


- 


_ 


_ 


9368 


- 


ao-lb. (1/4 Bx) 


103433 


408 


25773 


313 


- 


- 


129206 


721 


8-lb. (1/10 Bx) 


465345 


- 


387438 


126 


- 


2 


852783 


123 


5-lb. (1/16 Bx) 


888986 


696 


327905 


442 


50 


- 


1216941 


1138 


3-lb. (1/25 Bx) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


954 


- 


954 


- 


BASKETS 


















1-Bu. (5/8 Bx) 


88 


— 


24 


_ 


42 


.. 


154 


_ 


1/2 Bu. (5/16 Bx) 


31 




- 


- 


- 


- 


31 


- 


FILM BAGS 


















8-lb. (1/10 Bx) 


21635 


- 


160710 


- 


_ 


_ 


182345 


_ 


5-lb. (1/16 Bx) 


1003521 


29264 


1022483 


38398 


- 


- 


2026304 


67662 


COHRUGATED BOXES 


















1-3/5 Bu. (1 Bx) 


9 


_ 


^ 


_ 






9 


*- 


1-Bu. (5/8 Bx) 


85 


- 


1 


«, 


1 


_ 


87 


_ 


4/5 Bu. (1/2 Bx) 
1/2 Bu. (5/16 Bx) 


2422863 
100 


927630 


2136856 


5176088 


27277 


1718 


4586996 
100 


6105436 


CONSUMER 


35 


206 


- 


207 


164 


- 


199 


413 


GEAi© TOTAL 
By Containers 


13861571 


1415672 


30029083 


5295220 


2339550 


16695 


26230204 


6727587 


BULK 


955369 


190651 


283665 


342194 


48758 


4968 


1287792 


537813 


TOTAL 
Interior & 
Ind. Eiver 


14816940 


1606323 


10312748 


5637414 


2388308 


21663 


27517996 


7265400 



•Incliides «J78 with paraffin. 

Made availaoie 
through the courtesy of the Citrus Inspection Division, Winter Haven, Florida 



53 



C ONTAINERS — BY KUCT OF CITRUS 
SEASON- Aug. 1. 1961 — Ju l y 31. 1962— CON SOL IHATED HEPQBT 

- In Terms of 1-3/5 Bu. Boxes 



Container Description 



OEANCSS 



CJRAPEFHJIT 



IAN(2IRINES 



TOTAL 



NAILED SOXES 
1-3/5 Bu. 
4/5 Bu. 



(1 Box) 
(1/2 Boz) 



1983 



105 



10724 



12812 



fflEEBOUND BOXES 
1-3/5 Bu. (1 Box) 

4/5 3u. (1/2 Box) 



MESH BAGS 

4/5 Bu. 

20-lb. 

8-lb. 

5-lb. 

3-lt. 



(1/2 Box) 

(1/4 Box) 

(1/10 Box) 

(1/16 Box) 

(1/25 Box) 



BASKETS 
1-Bu. 
1/2 Bu. 



( 5/8 Box) 
(5/16 Box) 



FILIJ BAGS 

e-ib. 

5-lb. 



(1/10 Box) 
(1/16 Box) 



COERUSATED BOXES 

1-3/5 Bu. (1 Box) 

1-Bu. (5/8 Box) 

4/5 Bu. (1/2 Box) 

1/2 Bu. (5/16 Box) 



OONSUMEE 



GRAND TOTAL 
By Contedners 



BULK 



TOTAL 
Interior & 
Ind. River 



4185718 
5219736 



5471 
103841 
465345 
889682 



88 
31 



21635 
1032785 



9 

85 
3350493 

100 



241 



15277243 



1146023 



16423263 



4575820* 
1467717 



12520 

2302793 



3897 

26086 

387564 

328347 



2 

50 
954 



24 



160710 
1060881 



7312944 



207 



15324303 



625859 



15950162 



42 



1 
28995 



164 



2356245 



53726 



2409971 



8774058 

8990246" 



9368 

129927 

852911 

1218079 

954 



154 
31 



182345 
2093666 



9 

87 

10692432 

100 



612 



32957791 



1825P05 



34783396 



•-Incluaes 278 W Par. 

Made available 
through the courtesy of the Citrus Inspection Division, Winter Haven, Florida 



54 - 



FLOHim PBODUCTION OF CaMED CITRUS 









1961-62 SEASON 
- Actual Cases - 








Size of 
Case 


SW GIBT 
SECTIONS 


UNSW SET 
SECTIONS 


BEOKEN 
SECTIONS 


CITRUS 
SATAD 


ORANGE 
SECTIONS 


TANG. 
JUICE 


TANG. 
BT.MDS 


24/ 2's 

404 X 700 
48/ 8 oz. 
48/ 6 oz . 
24/ 303 
24/ 13| oz. 
CbnvertedNo. 2' s 


841,805 
185,286 

3.050,875 
54.013 


46,739 

166,515 

6.771 
220.025 

182,927 


27,661 
284.227 


60,935 
34,524 

355.596 


16.130 
29 

1,182 


33.808 
181,330 


- 


TOTALS 


4,131,979 
3,757,981 


311.888 
268,175 


451,055 
397.799 


17.341 
21,302 


215,138 
262,102 


: 



SW GFRT UNST\' GFBI SW ORANGE UNSW ORG. SW BLEND ONSW BLEND 
JUICE JUICE JUICE JUICE JUICE JUICE 

24/ 2's 613,354 1,187,538 1.300,492 1.187,713 244.688 284,113 

404x700 2,036.872 4,062.487 3.098,012 4,228,734 1,127,414 1,270,558 

48/ 6 oz. 565,947 322,771 825,773 389,111 38,739 

6/10' s 52,565 1,108 13,386 158 25,365 

24/12 oz. - 21,337 40.226 20,613 - 6,497 

24/ 4 oz. - - 4.082,801 - _ - 

12/32 oz. 7,530 23,579 13.205 18,905 

G3nvertedNo.2's 9.633 2.455 - .204.268 251. 045 - 

TOTALS 3.285.901 5,621,275 9,373,895 6,049.502 1.687,251 1,561.168 

5'Noi4j2'^l 3.636.610 6,553,546 6,759,838 7.002,595 1,974.474 1.888.033 

TOTAL CONVERTED CASES ALL PHOEUCTS .... 32,705,382 

Number of_field boxes of Grapefruit used for canninc; Grapefruit Sections 

& Citrus Salad - 1961-62 season . . 7 . 3,198,959 

Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for canning Grapefruit Juice & 

Combination Juice - 1961-62 season 9,186,062 

Number of field boxes of Oranges used for canning Orange Juice 

Combination Juice, Sections & Citrus Salad 9,673,567 

Number of fieli boxes of Tangerines used for canning Tangerine 

Juice - 1961-62 season , . 7 . 186,784 



PROCESSED 



Year 



CONCENTRATED ORANGE JUICE & FHDZEN CONCENTRATED ORANGE JUICE & FEDZEM GEAPE- 

F RUIT - -- ANN UAL PACKS IN IBE STATE OF FLOEIEA 

PROCESSED 



CONCENTRATED 
OEANCa: JUICE 



FROZEN 

CONCENTRATED 

ORANGE JUICE 



FBOZEN 

GEAPEFEUIT 

CONCENTEAIE 



1951-52 
1952-53 
1953-54 
1954-55 
1955-56 
1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 
1961-62 



Gallons 

1,897.848 

536,660 

1.339.222 

1,531.449 

1.085,697 

1,801,283 

1,149,081 

547,280 

377,877 

154,911 

277,501 



Gallons 

44,030.633 
46,553,695 
65,531,204 
64,685,956 
70,224,053 
72.011,741 
57,150,566 
79,910,670 
78.149.306 
84.298,114 
116.081.547 



Gallons 

1,097.564 
1.226,485 
1,656,469 
1,155,314 
2.511,831 
2.949.072 
3.330,301 
4.952,488 
1,613.462 
3,841,462 
3,162,798 



Furnished through the courtesy of the Florida Canners' Association, TC.nter Haven, Florida 



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njORIDA. PIPHJCTION OF CITHJS CONCENTEAIE 
1961-62 SEA33N 



Size of 

Case 



nOZEU 
OEANO; 



PiOCESSED 
OHANGE 



no ZEN 
GEAFEFSUIT 



PHOCESSEL 
GRAPEFHJIT 



raozEN 

BLEND 



FED ZEN 

TAITG. 



48/ 6 oz. 
24/ 6 oz. 



oz. 



24/12 

2^fo'i§?l 
12/32 



convert- 

02. 



oz. 



Other siz^ convert- 
ed to 12/32 oz. 

Total Cases 

All Sizes 

!Ibtal sizes convert- 
ed to Gallons 

Bulk Gallons 
Gross Gallons 
LessEeproces»i Gal. 
Net Gallons 



24,138,337 
20,637 

9,734,201 

105,838 

1,856,767 

873,320 
36,729,150 

84,664,934 

48.229,330 

132,894.264 
-16.ai2.717 
116,081,547 



SA 

us 



2,468 



614 ,C 

185;' 



i98 
.63 



V^ious 
Sizes 



Various 
Sizes 



US 

SA 
US 



277,501 
277,501 



137,966 
49,235 

1,184 
971 

991,385 

1,473,126 

2.150.175 

3,623.301 

-460.503 

3,162,798 



SA 

US 



SA 



612 

156,333 
255; 584 



808 



295,444 



413,237 295,444 



120,160 
120, IK) 



466,982 

5,994 

472,976 
236.382 



332,374 
1.551,405 

1,883,779 
■513.592 



266,594 1,370,187 



NvBuber of field boxes of Grapefr\iit used for canning Frozen Grapefruit, 
Processed Grapefruit & Frozen Blended Concentrate - 1961-62 season . 

Number of field boxes of Oranges used for canning Frozen Orange Concen- 
trate, Processed Orange & Frozen Blended Concentrate - 1961-62 seasc 

Number of field boxes of Tangerines used for Canning Frozen Tanger 
ine Concentrate - 1961-62 season 



season 



2,772,987 

73,986,014 

1,049,890 



CHILLED CIIHUS PBODUCTS 
•* Number of field boxes of Oranges used for Chilled Juice 

*• Number of field boxes of Oranges used for Chilled Orange 

Sections & Salad 
•• Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for Chilled Juice 

•• Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for Chilled Grape- 
fruit Sections & Salaa 

•• Thru Sept. 4, 1962. 



7,297,700 

672,182 
336,662 

1,064,964 



CONCQTTEATED PROCESSED GHAPEFEUIT, FEOZEN BLENDED CONCENTRATE AND 
FHDZEN lAXGEBINE CONCENTPAIE - 1951/52—1961/62 - INCLUSIVE 



Year 



PrOCESSEL 
GEAPEFEUIT 



FBOZEN 
BLEND 



PHDCESSED 
BLEND and 
Ti\NGEEIIIE 



FE02SK 
TANGEEINE 



1951-52 
1952-53 
1953-54 
1954-55 
1955-56 
1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 
1961-62 



Gallons 

16,112 

50,563 

55,372 

31,860 

30,719 

59,105 

107,896 

165.115 

27,390 

19,947 

116,171 



Gallons 



Gallons 



Gallons 



535,703 


_ 


349,161 


479,745 


— 


551,397 


965,430 


- 


443,105 


560,545 


- 


877,011 


954.142 


25,055 


618,986 


596,731 


32,431 


792,516 


506.915 


- 


146,576 


689,521 


188,154 


1,151,782 


284.276 


- 


319,671 


255,584 


21,285 


1,406,694 


266,598 


3,989 


1,370,187 



Furnished throu^ the courtesy of the Florida Canners' Association, Winter Haven, Florida 



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TO!EAL M.lMBEB OF ALL CITBUS TRESS MJVING FR3M NURSEBIES IN FLOEID A 

A3 EEFORTEI) TO fflE MJF.SERY INSPECTOB. STATE PLANT BOABD 

Gainesville, Florida 

J uly 1. 1960 to June 30. 1961 



ALL CITRUS 



Variety- 



No. Trees 







Oranges 








Grapefrviit 






Mandarins or Kid Glove 






Tangelos 








Limes 








Lemons 








Miscellaneous 








Total 




OEANCSS 




Variety 






No. Trees 


Valencias 






850,777 


Hamlins 






694,299 


Pineapples 






479,479 


Qaeen 






144,692 


Parson Brown 






78,965 


Navel s 






33,514 


Lue Gim Gong 






10 .010 


Jaffa 






3,788 


Delicious 






1,932 


Prye Sunmer 






1.706 


Miscellaneous 




11,952 




Total 




2.3li;il4 


MANDAEIN 


OB ] 


no GLOVE 












Variety 






No. Trees 


Teniples 






58,350 


Miircott Honey 






87,325 


Tangerines 






31,668 


Sat sunas 






17,113 


Ponkan 






1,118 


King 






702 


Miscellaneous 




51 




Total 




196,3;i7 


TanKelos 








Orlando 




75,270 




Minneola 




12,973 




Seminole 




542 




Miscellaneous 


24.936 






Total 




. 113.721 



2,311,114 

140,653 

196,327 

113,721 

10,286 

15,359 

47.730, 

2,835,190 



GBAPEFBUIT 



Variety 



No. Trees 



Jifej-sh 

Duncan 

Thompson 4 other Fink Seedless 

Bed Seedless & other Bed 

Isle Of Pine 

Foster 

Bed Seedy 

Eoyal 

Davis Seedless 

McCarty 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

LIMES & LEM)NS 



Kumquat s 



9,418 



Variety 

Limes 

iSiiti (Persian) 
Key (Mexican) 
Bears s 
Bangour 

Miscellaneous 
Total 

Lemons 
Meyer 
Avon 

Pondero sa 
Sicily 
Harvey 
Messina 
Villafranca 

Miscellcineous 

Total 



107,768 

12,163 

9,741 

8,175 

353 

291 

186 

53 

44 

3 

1.876 

140,653 



No. Trees 



6,298 

2,096 

79 

26 

1.787 



9,969 

2,065 

1,129 

809 

225 

181 

30 

951 



10,286 



15,359 



Miscellaneous Citrus - calamondon 37,790, limequats (Lakeland liicequat 293, other 73), 

shaddock and ether citrus 156 38,312 



Compiled by the Department of Agricultural Economics - Agricultural 
Experiment Station - University of Florida - Gainesville, Florida 



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L. c. 1 shipmenDS of 'mixed' cars (consolidated into carlots) via express for 
Florida total 2,236 during the 1961-62 season. 

The average rail load of Florida citrus - 1961-62 season (as compiled hy the 
Florida Citras Exchange at Tampa, Florida) was 512-1 boxes. Segregated &s 
follows: Oranges E07.1 - Grapefruit 513.9 - Tangerines 534.4 

The conversion factor of 500 boxes — used in converting truck shipments to carlots. 



CITRUS SHIFPINS HOLtDAY - "This regulation prohibits the shipping and packing 

of all varieties of oranges, grapefruit, tangerines 
and tangelos between the production area and any 
point outside thereof in the continental Chited 
States, Canada or Mexico for the period beginning 
at 12:01 a/m, e. s. t., Dec. 21, 1961 to 12:01 a/m, 
e. s. t., Dec. 29, 1961." 

Shi-pments exempt from this regulation; 
Express shipments of the gift package type. 
Exports to foreign countries other than Canada or Mexico. 

Shipments for use within Florida, except shipments west of the Suwannee Eiver. 
Shipii^nts for ceamed or frozen products or beverage base. 
Shipments for charity or Government relief. 

By Marketing Agreement Committee?-, Lakeland, Fla. 



Detailed auction data for California citrus for the 1961-62 season may be obtained 
from the Federal-State Market News Service, 3C0 Viiolesale Tenoinal flidg.j ios Angeles, 
California. 

Commercial shipments of citrus from Texas were drastically curtailed in 1961-62 
by the hard freeze in January of several days diiration. L.cl shipments of 
'mixed' citras - via express from the State totaled 163 cars. By months, the 
consolidated cars were as follows: November . 23 - December . 140 - Januaiy, none. 
February , none - March , none. 

Additional infomation on Texas citrus ma^y be obtained from '!R. E. Winfrey, J&rket 
News Service, U. S. D^artment of Agriculture, P. 0- Box # 13, Weslaco, Texas". 



0000 0000000 0000 



UNITED STATES lEPAHTMENT OF AGHICULTUIE 

Agricultural l^arketing Service 

and the 

FLOHIEa IEPT. of aGEICILTUKE, MAEKETING DIVISION 

M&BKETING 3UEEiiU SECTICJI 

Cooperating 



M^HKEI NEWS SEHVICE ON FHJITS & VECSTJiBLES 



MABgETDTG FLORIDA CIIEUS 
SlMviARY OF 1962-63 SEA33N 

H. F. Will son 



Lakeland, Florida October 7, 1963 



F (i=%wa. 



jlQEETOHD 



The infoimation contained herewith 
has heen compiled from the daily citrus 
hulletins issued at Lakeland, Florida and 
from various reports released by the Agri- 
cultural I<Jarketing Service; the Foreign 
Agricultural Service; the Citrus Inspect- 
ion Division, Florida Department of agri- 
culture; the Federal -State Frost Tferning 
Service; the Florida Citrus Comrdssion; 
the Florida Citrus Exchange; the Florida 
Citrus Itutual; the Florida Canners' Ass'n., 
the Departaient of Agricultural Economics, 
A^icultural Experiment Station, Univer- 
sity of Flrrida; and the State Plant Board 
of Florida. 

Shipments, unloads, & other similar 
data for the 1962-63 season are subject to 
revision on account of late and corrected_ 
reports which are not yet available. Again, 
as in previous years, every effort has been 
made to include data in the annnnl citrus 
suEtniary \«iiich will be of most value to the 
Industiy. We have endeavored to include 
basic statistics suitable for conj».i-i sons 
with past seeisons. 



lAJIE OF CONISMTS 



Page 

Uuinber 



Sensral CoEments ... 
Caxlot Shipments ty Weeks 
Bail and Boat 
II II II 

M II II 



- 1962-63 & 1961-62 Seasons 

- Oranges & Tangerines 

- Grapefruit 

- Mixed Citrus 



II II II 

Production & Utilization 
If 11 11 

It 11 II 

It II II 



Mixed Car .Analysis, Florida Eail Shipinents, 1962-63 Season 

Florida Citrus Shipiosnts - Bail, Boat & Truck 

Total Shipments, Florida Citrus- 1962-63 & 1961-62 Seasons 

Arizona-Calif omia-Tesas, TriJCk- 9iipments, Citrus, 1962-63 Season . . . . 

Florida Citrus Used by Caimers - Boxes - 1962-63 Season 

Unloads Eail & Truck, Citrus, 41 U. S. Cities & 5 Canadian Cities . . . , 

Production - Oranges & Grapefr\iit — 1889-1962 

•« - Florida 1944/45-1962/63 

- Florida Citrus 1958/59-1961/62 . . . 

- California Citrus " »• . . . 

- Tex., Ariz. & La. Citrus '• •» . . . 

- Total U. S. Citrus •• " . . . 
Florida Equivalent 'On Tree' Prices- Oranges, Grapefruit & Tangerines • . • 
Weighted Average Auction Prices — Florida, By Months 

By Weeks- Oranges 

II Grapefruit 

11 Tangerines 

It By Markets Past 10 years 
" Tangerine Break- down . . 

— By Weeks, 1962-';3 Season 

— 3y Country of Origin 

1962-63 Season 

— Consolidated Beport 

— Production Data 

Exports - U. S. Citrus - Fresh -- July, 1962 through June, 1963 . . . . 

Containers - Florida - By Kind of Citrus 

Citrus Trees Moved from Florida Nurseries 









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lEfiorts - Citrus - into Florida 

Delivered Cannery Prices 

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UNITED STATES lEPABTJ^NT OF AG-EICULTURE 

Agricultural Liarketing Service 

and the 

FLOEim EEPT. OF AGEICULTUEE, kAEKETING DIVISION 

f&irketing Bureau Section 

Cooperating 



MAMET NEWS SEEIICE ON FHJITS AND VEGETABLES 



MABKSTIKG FLORIDA CITRUS 
SIMjiARY of 1962-63 SEA33H 

Daily narket reports on citrus were issued at Lakeland, Florida 
from October 4, 1962 to Jujae 10, 1963 inclusive 



(SIvlERAL COM-'IEKTS 

The all-inportant developiBsnt of Florida' s 1962-63 citrus season was the 
devastating 'freeze of the Century' occurring Dec. llth-15th, 1962 inclusive - with 
the lowest tenjieratures on tho rcoming of Dec. 13th. In order of iii5.ortance in the 
coiirse of coping v/ith this near crisis was the phenonenal volume utilization hy the 
processors of citrus fr\iit, lAiich had been dainaged to vajj'ing degrees by the cold 
teiqperatures during the 5-day period. Ten yeaTs ago, the loss of such fruit would 
have been trenjendous, but in 1962-63 it was held to an absolute mini m i i m , with the In- 
dustry still upholding quality stand^ijds. Next in order was the pronpt declaration 
of a two week embargo period, followed inxnediately by the enactment of a program to 
insure that fresh fruit handlers t^iheld the State's merchandising regulations. Other 
inportarit contributing factors were that certain areas, principally Indian Fiver and 
the 'Ridge' proper, with scattered small sections elsewhere, had relatively small 
losses. The ability of many groves to make quick and extensive recoveiy was most 
helpful also. At the season's close, the volume of fre^ shipments totaled 44,361 
cars, which was nearly two-thirds of the 1961-62 season's fresh movement. The 
freeze damage was varied in extent to young and beaming trees (independent of lo- 
cation), depending on variety, age, prior care and culture, as well as root stock 
and other less iaportant conditions- Generally, seedless varieties fared better 
than seeded. Throughout the Interior Section of the State, there was a very wide 
vaxiance in losses. In some instances, citrus acreage, usually little subject to 
cold damage, v/as hard hit by the mid-December low tenj eratxire s • The volune of 
Florida citrus sold fresh at the auction markets reversed the decline of the past 
few years, particuiarlj' for grapefruit in the key markets, and the percentage of 
their total increased by a substantial amount. Florida's seasonal averages for the 



combined auction narkets were the hi^est on record for oranges, grapefruit and tang- 
erines, beginning In the late 'teens or in nearly fifty years. Conpared to seasons 
of the past decade, the shipping period was shortened considerably , with only a few 
cars of citrus moving from the State during the first part of July and not a single 
box in August. Inqjorts were znuch heavier than in noitnal years, and Mexico supplied 
the bulk of this volume. Other Countries represtinted included Israel and the West 
Indie s- 

Preliminary production figures, released by the Statistical Beporfcing Ser- 
vice of the U. S- Dept. of Agriculture, placed Florida's 1962-63 orange crop (includ- 
ing Temples) at 76,500,000 boxes, gr^efruit 30,000,000, tajigerines 2,000,000, tan- 
gelos 750,000 - for a grand total of 109,250,000 boxes of fresh citrus. A further 
break-down placed Eeirly & Mid-season oreinges at 45,500,000 - Valencias 29,000^000 - 
Temples 2,000,000 - Seedless grapefruit 20,000,000 and 'other* or Seedy grapefruit 
10,000,000. As an indication of inAiat the potential 1962-63 crop was before the EBcem- 
ber, 1962 freeze - the December 1st crop report placed all Florida oranges at 
120,500,000, grapefruit 38,000,000, tangerines 4,300,000, tangelos 800,000 - for a 
grand total all-time high of 163,600,000 boxes. 

Plantings of citrus trees in the State for the year ending June 30, 1962 
were only a few thousand less than the record number of the previous year. Orange 
plantings were prajctically the same, but grapefruit was down nearly one-third. Tan- 
gelos were just slightly under the 1961 plantings, lAile mandarines, limes, lemons, 
and 'miscellaneous' other citrus showed substantial increases- The number of all 
citrus trees planted for the year ending June 30, 1962 approached the 3,000,000 mark 
or totaled 2,819,452. The practice of 'banking' young citrus trees against cold 
damage was a roost helpful factor in cutting down losses from the disastrous Dec. 
11-15, 1962 freeze. 

Florida's combined volume of fresh citrus shipments were 25,008 cars less 
than the previous year. This utas the second season I.e. 1 express shipments were tabu- 
lated by months and reported separtately in contrast to prior years when 'mixed' cars 
of citrus included the State's l.c.l express movement by days and weeks. For 1962-63, 
the orange movement showed the greatest decline, or dropped 16,147 cars to be exact. 
Grapefiniit shipments held up surprisingly well with only a decline of about one-half 
that of oranges, or decreased 7,068 cars. The tangerine movement dropped 1,793 cars 
or from 48,888 cars in 1961-62 to 3,095 in 1962-63. All couyarisons for oranges, 
grapefruit and tangerines include the proper proportion of 'mixed' cars (exclusive of 
all Florida consolidated l.c.l express cars for both years). For the 1962-63 season, 
the percentage of shipments that rraved from the State via rail totaled 76.56 per cent 
and via truck 23.44 percent. Ho comparison will be made on the 'piggy-back' movement, 
due to an extended railroad strike situation in the State and the shortened season. 

As to be expected, auction prices were very high in 62-63 - in fact the 
highest on record. Ihe numoer of Florida cars of oranges sold at auction in New York 
City, Philadelphia and Boston approached or exceeded the volume of 1961-62 and the 
average price for all markets was $7.73 per full box. However, the total volume of 
Florida oranges sold at auction was approximately one-fourth less than the previous 
season, with the mid-western auction laarkets showing a narked decrease. For grape- 
fruit from the State, it was an entirely different picture. The volume was almost 
the same as 61-62 and the seasonal average price for all auction markets was $5.88 a 
full box. The volume of Temple oran^s dropped approxiimtely one-half from the total 
Of the preceding two y^ars, with the seasonal auction averat^e price at $4.23 per 4/5 



bu. box. The tangerine volume sold on the auction caarkets itas also approxiirately one- 
half that of 61-62 and the average price per 4/5 bu. box was $4.37. 

The nvmber of boxes used by the Florida cenners in 1962-63, as coqpiled by 
the Florida Citrus Coniiiission, far exceeded any general expectations inroediately follow- 
ing the Lecanber freeze, or totaled nearly 80,000,000. There were four weeks inmediate- 
ly after the freeze y^en thd cannery oranges used renged from well over five rdllion box- 
es to nearly seven million weekly. Instead of oerely three classifications - oranaes, 
grapefruit and tangerines; for the first tine there were six or just double, vdth Teiaples 
tangelos and Murcotts added. The heavy period for Temples occurred the first week in 
in January and extended into 'Fehrxia.ry , or a period of five weeks when the weekly low 
figure was just over 100,000 boxes to a high exceeding 170,000 boxes. The high mark for 
grapefruit was more than doubled the heaviest week in 1961-62, or 2,370,725 boxes for the 
week ending Feb. 2, 1963 and after the rush was over for oranges. There were six weeks 
in succession when the grapefruit utilization exceeded more than 1,000,000 boxes weekly, 
or beginning with the week ending Jan. 12th and extending through the week ending Feb. 
16th. There were only two weeks during the entire season when the canneiy utilization of 
tangerines was core than 100,000 boxes weekly, or the weeks ending Dec. 8th and Dec 15th 
respectively. The largest volxcne for tangelos used was in a three week period, or for 
the weeks ending Dec. 15, Dec. 22nd and Jan. 19th respectively. Utilization of Murcott 
Honey oranges was by fajr the heaviest for the week ending Dec. 22nd, when nearly one- 
fourth of the season's volume w&.s utilized. 

Unloads of fresh citrus shipiients from the State in 1962-63 were tabulated for 
the 41 cities via rail and truck. For oranges the grand total, both rail and truck, for 
Florida exceeded well over 10,000 cars, or considerably core than one-half of the State's 
unloads in the sajne carkets for 1961-62. Without exception, every one of the 41 cities 
received strai^t loads of Florida oranges by either rail or truck and, in taost instances, 
both. Distribution extended to such cities as Salt Lake City, Los Angeles, San Francisco- 
Oaklajad, Seattle-Taccxsa and Portland, Ore. in the far west to most of the large mid-west- 
em and eastern terminal. s in heavier volume. The five Canadigin markets received an apprec- 
able esmunt of ircport oranges, with South Africa leading - followed by Japan, Israel and 
Brazil. Grapefruit unloads (combined rail and truck) from the State approached the 15,000 
car rsjk, or 14,733 caxs in 1962-63 coopared to only 17,429 cars in the sacs carkets a 
year ago. Again every one of the 41 cities received Florida grapefruit. In fact, the 
State sv5)plied more than 85 percent of the fresh grapefruit to these ii£i.rkets, with Cali- 
fornia and Arizona following in that order. Texas siqjplied less than 20 cars of grape- 
fruit and the same applied to Mexico. There were no other inports of grapefruit reported. 
For grapefruit, the 41 cities represented over 60 percent of Florida's shipnents, with 
the proper proportion of 'mixed' cars of citrus included. As for oranges, California 
supplied the lion's share of the total U. S. unloads from all states, ^iriiile Florida's un- 
loaxis only slightly exceeded one-third of the total cccpared to a yeaj ago #iQn Florida 
exceeded Cedifomia by an appreciable aargin. Even with the December, 1962 freeze, 
Florida, supplied over 1,900 cars of tangerines to the 41 cities as shown in the cumula- 
tive unloals for the period Sept. 1, 1962 through July 31, 1963. California was the 
nearest ctsqpetitor with slightly tioxe than 600 caxs unloaded and Mexico followed with 
153, then Arizona with 60, for a grand total of 2,734 cars vinloaded in the 41 cities, 
both rail and truck. Mixed citrus unloauis from Florida totaled 1,666 cars with Kew York 
City receiving approxinately one-half end Philadelphia, Boston and Baltimore unloading 
irore than 100 cars each. California unloads of mixed citrus totaled 417 Caxs, Arizona 22, 
Texas 1. 

The delivered cannery prices (furnished by the Florida Canners' Association) 



shelved, a wide range in the weekly prices for all classifications, but the seasonal price 
in setae instances coincided quite closely vdth a year ago, i^ile with others there was 
a very pronounced difference. Ihe seasonal oi-ange delivered price for concentrate •was 
^rproxiiaately iS^ a box more than in 1961-62, but the j\iice price was about 66^ less 
than a year ago. However, the variation in the weekly price was widespread. For con- 
centrate, during December it mas aaostly aro\md $1.00, followed by a generally consistent 
rise, closing at $7.49387 for the last week of the season or June 8th rihen last quota- 
tions were available. Die weekly jtiica orange price during October, November & December, 
ranged from approximately 75i^ a box to $1.26 plus. Ihen, like oranges for concentrate, 
Was followed by a generally consistent weekly increase in price, with the last published 
quotations of the season for the week ending Apr. 20th at $3.47596. For grapefruit juice, 
the weekly price ranged from 13(^ for the week ending Oct. 13th to 71(# the last week in 
December. Then for nine weeks, the range was mostly around 70^ to 80^. Beginning with 
the week ending Mar. 9th, there was a consistent rise to $1.40 for the week ending Apr. 
27th- The season closed the following week with the weekly average of $1.28557, and 
the seasonal average at .73838. The seasonal average for sections was practically the 
same as a year ago, or less than 03(^ difference. Most weeks' average through the first 
part of January was around $1.00. Then, beginning with the week ending Jan. 26th, prices 
advanced to the peak for the season, or for the week ending Mar. 2nd Aen the average was 
$1.78689. The seasonal average was $1.10738. Tangerine delivered prices were of brief 
duration - or for only seven weeks, beginning with the week ending Kov. 10th and closing 
the week ending Dec. 22nd. Prices ranged from 25j^ a box to .96427. The seasonal aver- 
age was .49443. In closing the paragraph on the 1962-63 delivered cannery prices, it 
is nDst worthy to note that the processors used the astounding total of 84 per cent of 
Florida's orange crop, and more than one-half of the grapefruit crop or 53 per cent. 

The frozen concentrate orange pack in '62- '63 approached the 52 million gal- 
lon irork or totaled 51,647,737 gallons. Chilled orange juice held v^ surprisingly well 
and totaled 5,549,851 field boxes used. Sections and salads were in the same category 
with 516,116 field boxes utilized. Both of these latter figures were only slightly 
under the previous season. The number of field boxes of chilled grapefruit juic>i totaled 
241,643, The pack of chilled grapefruit sections and salads practically eqvialled the 
year before, or acre than 1,000,000 field boxes were used. 

0000 00000000 ooon 

The average rail load of Florida citrus - 1962-63 season (as cocpiled by 

the Florida Citrus Exchange at Tampa, Florida) was 469.5 boxes By 

kind as follows: Oranges 466.0 - Gittpefruit 469.4 - Tangerines 510.8. 

The conversion factor of 500 boxes — used in converting truck shipments 
to carlots. 



Comaercial shiprnents of citrus from Texas continued drastically curtail- 
ed in 1962-63 as a result of the hard freeze in January 1962. L,c.l 
express shipments from the State tot aled 84 ca rs. By_:^nths: KOV. 14 - 
^Sji-Sl - JM-^-S - FEB. 2 - MAR. 3 . " ' 

For detailed auction data for California citrus for 1962-63 season, write 
Federal-State i%rk=t News Service, 300 Wholesale Teiminal Bldg., Los Angeles. 



TOTAL RAriTALL - BY J>DI\THS 





SELECTED U 


S. IijDRIDa 


iVEiiIHE 


:K BlffiEAU STATIONS 














1962-63 


SEASON 












STaTIOlJ 


OCT. 


NOV. 


• 


1 

1 


li'iild. 


MAE. 


APE. 


MM 


JUIE 


JULY 


TOTAL 


Avon Park 


1.23 


2.68 


1.42 


2.35 


6.13 


1.22 


.81 


13.06 


7.28 


7.24 


43.42 


Bartow 


1.79 


2.51 


.23 


1.89 


3.11 


2.85 


.38 


9.40 


8.58 


6.60 


42.34 


Bradenton Expr. Sta. 


1.68 


2.37 


.43 


3.13 


10.43 


1.39 


.04 


2.68 


10.91 


11.05 


44.11 


Brooksville 


.93 


1.48 


1.09 


3.15 


5.62 


1.71 


2.38 


5.47 


4.83 


9.33 


35.99 


Bushnell 


1.20 


1.17 


1.31 


3.04 


6.30 


1.24 


2.87 


3.00 


4.11 


7.26 


31.50 


ClexiiX)nt 


3.23 


1.58 


.41 


3.22 


5.64 


3.34 


1.39 


1.87 


5.85 


7.38 


33.91 


Daytona Beach Airport 


3.57 


2.49 


.71 


2.91 


5.83 


1.46 


1.40 


6.82 


7.42 


6.89 


39.50 


Crescent City 


2.56 


1.59 


2.81 


3.29 


5.89 


2.36 


.75 


2.64 


6.05 


9.04 


36.98 


Ft. Lauderdale Expr- Sta- 


2.96 


1.07 


.57 


1.29 


5.09 


.19 


.81 


6.51 


7.15 


3.15 


28.79 


Fort Lfyers Airport 


5.44 


3.01 


.85 


.81 


4.55 


.59 


.27 


7.58 


7. 70 


4.06 


34.96 


Fort Pierce 


3. 63 


1.68 


.28 


.80 


4.82 


1.67 


.35 


2.71 


5.43 


5.10 


26.74 


Homestead Expr. Sta. 


3.56 


2.33 


.17 


.50 


3-04 


.52 


.57 


9.09 


10.82 


3.51 


34.11 


Island Grove 


.82 


1.44 


1.44 


2.39 


4.77 


2.91 


.31 


6.56 


3.57' 


6.83' 


' 31 .04 


LaBolle 


1.61 


4.15 


.32 


.77 


3.93 


.47 


.20 


8.26 


8.90 


3.09 


31.70 


Lake Alfred Expr. Sta. 


.89 


2.46 


.23 


1.92 


6.72 


3.42 


.13 


6.26 


8.40 


5.73 


36.16 


Lakeland Weather Bur. 


1.30 


1.99 


.14 


2.19 


6.59 


2.78 


.05 


4.10 


5.12 


7.92 


32.18 


Lake Placid 


.43 


4.40 


.41 


1.24 


5.38 


.65 


.11 


8.78 


3.27 


7.12 


31.79 


Melbourne 


.96 


3.08 


.31 


2.18 


7.24 


2.28 


.29 


4.82 


5.57 


4.41 


31.64 


Miami Airport 


1.50 


4.15 


.20 


.65 


3.45 


.73 


.33 


6.34 


6.80 


1.77 


25.92 


Ivbuntain Lake 


.53 


3.40 


.16 


1.64 


9.44 


2.66 


.29 


7.29 


5.01 


5.67 


37.09 


Ocala 


1.61 


1.98 


1.15 


1.87 


5.58 


3.08 


1.74 


7.46 


4.37 


7.62 


36.46 


Orlando Airport 


1.90 


2.46 


1.70 


3.17 


4.76 


2.69 


1.23 


3.56 


6.67 


3.83 


31.97 


Plant City 


2.15 


1.87 


.23 


2.43 


7.56 


2.62 


.27 


3.54 


9.64 


7.80 


38.16 


Saint Leo 


2.18 


1.58 


.56 


4.90 


6.31 


2.87 


.12 


9.23 


5.50 


11.77 


45.02 


St. Petersburg 


1.44 


2.08 


.60 


2.84 


8.26 


3.60 


.27 


4.11 


5.30 


9.93 


38.43 


Tacpa Airport 


1.28 


2.21 


.46 


2.25 


7.95 


2.31 


.21 


1.56 


4.34 


8.11 


30.68 


Wauchula 


.96 


2.30 


.43 


2.24 


7.37 


.90 


.03 


10.61 


9.91 


7.29 


42.04 


West Palm Beach Airport 


2.16 


1.11 


1.21 


1.05 


3.01 


1.68 


.20 


6.69 


2.92 


1.62 


21.65 


Winter Haven 


.92 


2.46 


.23 


2.83 


6.03 


2.18 


.18 


4.22 


3.41 


5.73 


28.19 








* „ 


Gainesville 















Furnished thru the courtesy of the Federal-State Frost Warning Service Lakeland, Florida. 



MBTBg.M ISIvIPSPATUFES - COLIEST DklES - LOW GROUMD LQCATIOMS 
.qFlTKCTED TTTfiRIDA CITEIK T/KATTTRH 3TAII0IJIS - 1962-63 SEASDW 

Furnished thru the courtesy of the Federal -State Frost Warning Service - Lakeland, Florida 



Station 



December, 1962 



11 I 13 I 14 t 15 



Station, Cont'd. 



December, 1962 



11 



13 



14 



15 



Citra 


26=' 


17° 


23° 27° 


Parrish 


32° 


21° 


24° 


32° 


DeLand 


24 


18 


22 28 


Sarasota 


28 


20 


2D 


29 


Mims 


24 


21 


25 29 


Lakeland # 2 


27 


19 


20 


27 


Fniitland Park 


25 


16 


22 29 


Polk City 


25 


18 


18 


26 


Heidrich G-roves 


25 


18 


24 30 


Lake Alfred 


25 


18 


20 


26 


Forest City 


25 


18 


25 29 


Mamrcotb 


24 


20 


20 


28 


Howey 


26 


20 


21 27 


Avon Park 


25 


23 


23 


29 


Dr. Phillips 


25 


21 


23 29 


Bartow 


27 


20 


23 


29 


Conway 


26 


21 


26 31 


Arcadia 


27 


18 


20 


29 


Brooksville 


29 


16 


22 28 


Cocoa 


28 


22 


25 


34 


Passadena 


24 


17 


19 26 


Vero Beach 


28 


24 


26 


33 


Valrico 


28 


20 


20 29 


Stuart 


29 


26 


28 


32 


Denham 


28 


18 


22 28 


Hypoluxo # 1 


31 


30 


32 


34 


Elfers 


32 


18 


22 28 


Homestead 


31 


34 


35 


31 








CEARACTEH OF TFTE 


1962-63 SEASON 











This vas a cold season, with temperatures telow normal every nonth but Majrch throughout nost 
of peninsular Florida. There were 65 cold cold nights (36° or lower) someiniiere in the State, 
and the big freeze of Dec. 11-15, 1962 caused the greatest loss of citrus trees and fruit, 
as well as other crops, in the entire histoiy of Florida's ejjianded agricultural industry. 
However, thoro havo bean other freezes in this century with lower minimum tencperatures, but 
these extrerce lows were irostly confined to low ground and frost-pocket locations. On Dec. 
13, 1962, temperatures were equally as cold on high and low ground locations; ajid only the 
Indian Biver Section, southeastern Polk and Highland Coxmties and extreme south Florida es- 
caped hea\'y citrus losses. Had it not been for the severely cold weather however, dioring 
the period from Dec. 11th to 15th, it would have been a good season for most agricultural 
crops. Ib.infall was generally adequate until near the end of the season. Jfe-rch was ex- 
tremely dry in Southern Districts, as was the last half of Ivlarch in North and Central Dis- 
tricts. The dry spell continued to early i^fay in nest areas of the State and had reached 
drought proportions in the preponderance of groves and fields before relief came the first 
week in Ifay. 

KOVEviBjia t - was unseasonably cool throughout the peninsula. Near freezing temperatures oc- 
curred in the colder locations in northern counties as early as the 6th, and a cold spell 
Nov. 11-12 resulted in considerable damage to tender truck in North and Central Districts, 
and spotted dacage as far south as the Everglades- Other minor cold spells on the 15th and 
27th caused little additional damage. Precipitation totals in rcost counties averaged one 
to three inches with soice four to five inch accuniilati^ns in south central counties, and 
in isolated localities on the Lower East Coast. 

lECElvIHSB - was predominately cold during the first two weeks. Scattered frost extended 
over North and Central Districts on rromings of the 7th and 9th - southward into the Ever- 
glades on the 8th and lOth - with only minor damage. On the 11th, widespread frost and 
long durations of freezing temperatures occurred in all areas. The Lower East Coast 



District, as well as some areas east and south of Lake Okeechobee, experienced lowest tempera- 
tvires of the season. Hi^ ground tenperatures were 5 to 10 degrees 7»armer than low grourd 
terqperatures. Ibmage to citrus was spotted and generally minor; truck and omaneaitals suffer- 
ed heavy dacage. On the 12th, the Northern and Everglades Districts experienced tsnperatures 
in the low 30s with a few high 20s, vdiile the Central and Lower East Coast Districts recorded 
teaperatures in the 40s. All dariage was rrdnor. On the coming of the 13th, Florida experi- 
enced the coldest teaperatures in most areas- It was windy, with severe cold euivection and 
no tecrperature difference between hi^ and low ground. Citrus dacage was extensive; tender 
truck and omanental dajrago was severe to unprotected holdings, except spotted dacage in the 
southeast Coastal eureas; and considerable damagp to sugar cane in the Everglades. It was 
relatively calm with widespread frost and freezing tenperatures on the 14th. Tenpeiatures 
on high ground were 4 to 8 degrees wanaor than low ground. A toodorating temperature trend be- 
gan during the day of Dec. 14th. Never-the-less oiniraa were quite low on the Homing of the 
15th, particularly in Southern Districts. Minitja on the 16th were generally in the 30s thru- 
out the peninsula, with considerable scattered frost and ice. Low tenperattixes were mostly 
in the 40s and 50s and caxiDa in the 60s and 70s for the following 10 days. Mild weather per- 
sisted over the North and Central Districts, and warn over Southern Districts from Christrnas 
until the end of the year. Precipitation for the month was below nomal. Totals were gener- 
ally less than one inch, except one to two inches over the Northern half of the State. 

JAHUftlJY - opened moderately cold and, with few exceptions, the entire month was predominately 
cool. Scattered frost and/or freezing teraperatures were experienced in North and Central 
Districts on the first three roomings and over most of the agricultural areas of the peninsula 
on the 4th. Low pressvire in the western gulf 3ioved eastward and caused rather windy, cloudy 
and showery conditions over much of the State for the following four days. Colder 
weather followed in the wake of this storm and on the morning of the 9th, 25-35° readings 
once again covered the peninsula, and heavy frost was reported as far south as the Everglades. 
The 30s also occurred on the 10th over all districts, but frost was scattered and generally 
not as heavy as the previous noming. A rather mild period with foggy nights followed this 
cold spell until replaced by a cool, cloudy, showery period Jan. 14-17. Mild to warm weather 
prevailed from the 17th to the 21st. An invasion of moderately cold air on the 21st dropped 
minima into the 30 s with a few high SOs as far south as Central Districts, wtile Southern 
Districts remained well above freezing. A few days of mild weather preceded the next pene- 
tration of Artie air into Florida on Jan. 24th. This air mass was colder in the lower levels 
of the atmosphere and minima in the deep South lower except in Florida than the air mass that 
caused the disastrous freeze in December. However, the wind and teqperaturo fields in the 
higher atmosphere prevented a deep penetration of the cold air into Florida. Freezing tem- 
peratures covered extreme northern counties on the riDming of the 24th. On the 25th, the 
freezing line only advanced southward to Central Florida and a disaster of calcsnitous pro- 
portions was averted. The cold high pressure system moved rapidly northeastern and by the 
26th cloudy, mild end shovjery weather again covered most of the State. It too was short 
lived, as another :::ass of cold air overspread Florida on the 28th nAien freezing tecperatures 
were observed as faj south as the interior sections of Central Districts. Tenperatxixes 
follovred a noderating trend for the balance of the month. Precipitation totals varied wide- 
ly thruout the State in Januajy. Measurements in Northern Districts ranged from two to eight 
inches within a few lailes; Central Districts one to four inches, and Southern Districts gen- 
erally ono-'ialf to two inches- 

FEBHJAE g - was a cool, wet month almost without exception as low press\ire systems controlled 
the weather scene ntjEt of the tiiae. Average teiaperatures were generally below normal and 
precipitation totals above normal throughout most of the peninsula. There were a few minor 
cold spells with scattered frost on Feb. 9-10, 13-15, 21, 23 and 27-26. None werea serious 
threat to truck or citrus, but there was light spotty dajmage to each. More significant was 
the indirect losses to truck in Southern Districts as a consequence of the cool, wet weather. 
Here disease control was difficult and occasional periods of strong gusty winds were detri- 
mental. Precipitation totals averaged fo\ir to eight inches over most districts with accumu- 
lations of as much as eleven inches in the West Coast District, and as low as three inches 
in the farming areas on the south end of the Lower East Coast District. 

MABCH - was generally waim. Precipitation was normal during the first half of the month 



over nx5st of the CentrBd and Nofchem Districts, and much helow normal thereafter. Southern 
Districts were diy the entire nonth. There irere two minor cold spells - the first, Mar. 7-8 
nhich caused no daaage; the second, liar. 21-24, caused some spotty damage on the morning of 
the 23rd. Biis included a little damage to new citrus growth in the Gainesville District 
idiere some 28° readings occxirred; melons in Lferion County, tender truck in mucklends of the 
Orlando District; and beans and young com in the Everglades District. Precipitation totals 
generally tanged from one to three inches over the northern half of the peninsula and less 
than one inch over the southern half • 

■APfilL - Generally was a warm nonth, except for scattered frost in the mucklands of Central 
Districts on the 16th. Precipitation averaged two to three and one-half inches below normal. 

t4tf - had near noimal temperatures and an abundance of rainfall, generally one-half to two 
inches above normal except some locally heavier amounts. Avon Park has 13.06 inches and 
Bartow 9.40 inches for the month. 

JtBffi and JULY - warm months with generally slightly below nonnal rainfall, but in most areas 
moisture was adequate. 

oooo 00000000 oooo 



EMBARGO OH CITRUS FTOJIT — - 

On Dec. 16, 1962 - the Florida Citrus Coirmission 
adopted Eegulation No. 105-1.39 

This Eegulation places an embargo against the sale ship- 
ment or transportation of any citrus fruit for any pur- 
pose (except to canning and concentrating plants for 
processinp-; , for a period of 10 days, beginning at 6:00 
P.M., wtonday, Dec. 17, 1962, and ending at 6:00 P.M., 
Thursday, Dec. 27, 1962. 

In addition, for a period of 14 days, beginning at 6:00 
P.M., Dec. 27, 1962 and ending at 6:00 P-M. , Jan. 10, 
1963, no citrus fruit in the State of Florida showing 
danage as defined by Section 601-89, Florida Statutes, 
shall be sold or offered for sale or transported for 
uny purpose whatsoever, ether than diversion from all 
-.Uanneld of human consiniption, except to canning or 
concentrating plants for processing. 

This embargo applies to all sales, shipments, etc., 
mclading express, roadside stand sales or any other 
sales. 



oooo 00000000 oooo 



- 1 - 



CaUNGSS & TaJCSRIHES - CaEJLOT SBIp:.ETTS (BAH & BO^j) BY TgECS - 
1962-63 and 1961-62 SEASONS 



Week 
End- 
ing 


KIOEIDA 


c^.r 


lEX. 


ABIZ. 


TOTAL 


Inports 


TANGS. # 
1962-63 
Season 


1962 


-63 


1961-62 


' 62-63 1 


61-62 


'63 '62 


•63| 


•62 


62-63 1 


61-62 


1962-63 


1962 


Or^s. 
13 


Tan^s 


Orgs. 


TanRS 


301 


454 








314 


454 


?^-llcs^?^ 


Cal. Mcx. 


9/8 




_ _ 


15 


8 




_ 




344 


445 


- 1 


«, 


• 


352 


446 


- - - 


- - 


22 


3 




- 




369 


506 


- _ 


- 


* 


372 


506 


- - _ 


- 


29 


M 




2 




380 


476 


- 2 


. 


_ 


380 


480 


. — — 


- - 


JO/ 6 


4 




14 




283 


400 


- 1 


_ 


^ 


287 


415 


— — — 


- - 


13 


32 




12 




210 


279 


- 1 


_ 


. 


242 


292 


. — - 


- _ 


30 


35 


- 


26 


- 


165 


2K) 


_ _ 


_ 


•. 


ax) 


276 


_ - . 


- - 


27 


55 


- 


93 


_ 


256 


269 


. . 


. 


w 


311 


362 


- - - 


- . 


LV3 


128 


1 


106 


3 


152 


259 




. 


M 


281 


368 


- - - 


- 


10 


171 


4 


106 


5 


114 


225 


_ _ 


. 


2 


289 


338 


_ _ _ 


- _ 


17 


109 


13 


182 


46 


229 


144 


_ - 


1 


9 


352 


381 


_ _ _ 


- 


24 


151 


90 -l 


- 170 


76 


393 


194 


. . 


8 


53 


652 


493 


_ _ _ 


- 1 


L2/1 


163 


78 


145 


107 


499 


238 


_ 


30 


80 


77D 


550 


- _ - 


- 


8 


178 


184 


219 


179 


749 


284 


- 3 


39 


84 


1150 


769 


_ - _ 


1 - 


15 


500 


242 


329 


212 


649 


471 


- 12 


33 


76 


1424 


1100 


1 - - 


- 3 


22 


104 


14 


248 


106 


486 


189 


- 5 


37 


38 


641 


586 


3 - - 


3 4 


29 


18 


_ 


77 


30 


352 


225 


- 9 


31 


31 


401 


372 


1 - - 


2 8 


1963 




























1/^ 


50 


4 


312 


105 


442 


234 


- 3 


27 


45 


523 


699 


1 - - 


2 2 


12 


33 


5 


238 


7D 


455 


268 


•- «• 


19 


34 


562 


610 


12- 


7 1 


19 


38 


6 


250 


65 


473 


298 


- 3 


51 


16 


618 


632 


2 - - 


11 4 


26 


82 


1 


289 


50 


557 


306 


- 6 


19 


12 


659 


663 


3 - - 


4 


212 


109 


1 


230 


31 


344 


348 


_ _ 


9 


12 


463 


681 


12 - - 


4 - 


9 


53 


- 


253 


17 


293 


297 


. . 


4 


8 


350 


575 


2 - - 


- 


16 


56 


_ 


327 


13 


192 


184 


-. — 


3 


27 


251 


551 


- - 15 


1 - 


23 


75 


1 


312 


19 


258 


221 


— * 


19 


76 


353 


628 


11- 


- 


3/2 


82 


- 


277 


19 


334 


349 


. « 


18 


36 


434 


681 


3-25 


1 - 


9 


87 


_ 


243 


18 


300 


280 


- — 


33 


37 


420 


578 


- 1 


- 


16 


125 


_ 


253 


20 


271 


371 


. _ 


41 


40 


437 


684 


2-15 


3 - 


23 


119 


- 


242 


15 


297 


254 


_ _ 


52 


36 


468 


547 


11- 


4 - 


3D 


107 


- 


245 


17 


258 


320 


_ — 


43 


48 


408 


630 


1 1 24 


- 


4/6 


85 


_ 


aD8 


8 


278 


284 


• -. 


42 


44 


405 


544 


- 1 - 


- 


13 


88 


— 


225 


4 


258 


198 


. . 


48 


55 


394 


482 


- 4 8 


- 


20 


99 


. 


250 


6 


201 


290 


_ . 


43 


32 


343 


578 


15- 


- 


27 


88 


• 


239 


2 


264 


388 


— — 


27 


45 


379 


674 


2 6- 


- 


5/4 


79 


- 


264 


1 


379 


442 


. - 


15 


31 


473 


738 


8 - - 


- 


11 


107 


_ 


311 


_ 


482 


448 


* — 


12 


21 


601 


7K) 


4 6- 


- 


18 


114 


_ 


335 


. 


534 


345 




5 


8 


653 


688 


5 - - 


- 


2b 


TO 




308 




549 


436 


. - 


1 


1 


620 


745 


1 - - 


- 


6/1 


42 




239 




539 


409 


«. . 


_ 


«, 


581 


648 


10 - - 


- 


8 


43 




286 




597 


422 


. — 


_ 


. 


640 


708 


6 - - 


- 


15 


38 




189 




498 


427 


_ _ 


5 


_ 


541 


616 


4 - - 


- 


22 


24 




179 




540 


397 


. _ 


1 


• 


565 


576 


_ _ _ 


- 


£9 


13 




148 




479 


373 


_ 


^ 


^ 


492 


521 


_ _ _ 


- 


7/6 


8 




99 




444 


359 


. - 


. 


. 


452 


458 


_ - - 


- 


13 


1 




90 




442 


404 


. . 


. 


. 


443 


494 


_ _ - 


- 


20 


» 




64 




4'JO 


309 


• - 


• 


- 


440 


373 


_ _ - 


- 


27 


_ 




72 




441 


335 


. * 


. 


. 


441 


407 


1 - - 


- 


8/3 


. 




54 




4'30 


355 


. — 


• 


. 


440 


409 


1 - - 


- 


10 


_ 




43 




403 


360 


- - 


- 


- 


403 


403 


_ _ _ 


- 


17 


. 




35 




405 


351 


— — 


_ 


. 


405 


386 


. - - 


- 


24 


. 




ao 




372 


323 


_ .. 


_ 


. 


372 


343 


_ _ _ 


- 


31 


"• 




14 




386 


347 




— 




386 


361 


- _ . 


" " 


TO- 
TAL 


3697 


6-14 


8932 


1244 


19776 


17040 


- 46 


716 


1017 


24833 


23273 


77 28 87 


43 23 



^-Additional Shipicents 1952-63 season: Arizona- we^k. ending Dec. 22 . 1 - Jan. 5, 1 - Jan. 12 . 
1 - Jan. 19 . 6. Kote- 1962-63 season figures following week ending Mar. 30, 1963 sutject 

to correction 1961-6 2 season corrected beginning week ending Apr. 7, 1962 thru Aug. 31, 

1962. 



2 - 



GHAPEFRUIT - CAHLDT SIIPMENTS 
f BAIL & EQAT) - BY WM-S 



Week 
End- 
ing 



nOEIDA 



1962 

9/8- 

15 

22 

29 

10/6 

13 

23 

27 

11/3 

10 

17 

24 

12/1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

1963 

^75 

12 

19 

26 

2/2 

9 

16 

23 

3/2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

4/6 

13 

20 

27 

5/4 

11 

la 

M 

8 
15 
22 
29 
7/6 
13 

ao 

27 
8/3 
10 
17 
24 
31 



TOTAL 



62-63 



61-62 



6 

20 

65 

64 

138 

180 

140 

145 

121 

142 

183 

190 

289 

138 

35 

236 

160 

111 

90 

119 

101 

97 

100 

72 

89 

93 

105 

121 

127 

119 

145 

121 

88 

106 

141 

96 

71 

74 

53 

43 

17 

5 



1 

3 

27 

88 

132 

224 

189 

170 

157 

148 

181 

208 

239 

256 

61 

192 

256 

265 

325 

248 

270 

239 

236 

268 

243 

253 

253 

323 

275 

256 

240 

248 

263 

221 

245 

197 

159 

1-14 

107 

132 

118 

91 

48 

43 

19 

14 

15 

6 

10 

? 



CALIFOHNL& 
62-63 1 61-62 



4556 8313 



59 
57 
19 
16 

4 
2 



3 

4 
7 

14 
8 
19 
18 
16 
25 
17 
27 
12 
21 
20 
21 
23 
37 
74 
61 
70 
73 
82 
86 
55 
72 
77 
79 
38 
26 
34 
35 
14 



46 

25 

2 

1 



1 
3 

4 

5 

5 

6 

9 

7 

2 

5 

22 

16 

21 

34 

9 

18 

13 

14 

22 

20 

22 

24 

38 

53 

37 

51 

46 

43 

34 

37 

61 

104 

79 

69 

72 



TEXAS 



1331 1081 



'63 



'62 



2 

3 
7 
8 
17 
17 
15 
22 
25 
16 
26 
24 

36 

39 



ARIZONA 



62-63 61-62 



257 



3 
5 

4 
1 
2 
4 
29 
18 

6 
5 
2 

7 

4 

9 

15 

13 

12 

13 

8 

11 

3 

4 

4 

2 

5 

8 

10 

7 

2 

6 

3 

4 

2 

2 



TOTAL 



62-63} 61-62 



1 
3 

3 
2 

3 

1 
4 

1 
1 
8 
2 
8 
9 
8 
16 
15 
1 
4 
1 
3 
2 

2 
2 

3 

11 

11 

23 

18 

32 

36 

41 

25 

9 

7 

7 

5 

6 

5 

4 



239 343 



59 

57 
25 
36 
69 
66 
138 

lao 

140 
148 
126 
147 
185 
192 
293 
168 
57 



46 

25 

3 

4 

27 

90 

135 

231 

198 

190 

174 

166 

205 

237 

255 

283 

89 



Imports 



1962-63 Season 



ISex. 



Cent 
Amer. 



244 


230 


165 


299 


116 


277 


100 


332 


133 


261 


105 


285 


120 


256 


123 


259 


104 


285 


119 


249 


122 


279 


138 


270 


149 


347 


157 


311 


135 


265 


170 


260 


143 


263 


114 


280 


137 


254 


188 


276 


177 


242 


134 


201 


150 


214 


129 


196 


129 


210 


105 


194 


62 


146 


72 


98 


77 


84 


79 


61 


38 


81 


26 


124 


34 


89 


35 


79 


14 


79 



6129 9994 



Nofce- 



^||2-63 season figures following week: ending Mar. 30, 1963 subject to corraction. 
1961-62 season corrected beginning week ending Apr. 7, 1962 thru Aug. 31, 1962. 



LOXED CIIEUS - CAELOT BA.IL SaiH.SNTS 
BY VffiSKS 

Vo Florida, or Tezas- consolidated l.cl express shipments included 1962-63 or 1961-62 season- 



il/DETDA 



62-63 61-62 



CALIFOSNIA 
62-63 1 61-62 



TEXAS 



62-63 61-62 



iEIZONA 



62-63 61-62 



TOTAL 



1962-63 61-62 



Imports 
1962-63 



1 

2 

6 

12 

23 

36 

45 

57 

80 

74 

109 

230 

55 

8 



1 

2 

7 

14 

32 

54 

73 

78 

76 

119 

192 

113 

20 



45 

36 

19 

13 

13 

5 

3 

2 

2 

3 

5 

6 

10 

10 

11 

17 

14 



38 

29 

24 

16 

13 

11 

10 

12 

8 

10 

4 

7 

6 

15 

8 

8 

7 



32 


98 


12 


16 


58 


86 


21 


18 


46 


116 


13 


24 


31 


122 


20 


14 


47 


99 


17 


25 


32 


79 


13 


16 


33 


82 


8 


9 


45 


83 


14 


22 


35 


94 


13 


16 


34 


80 


15 


20 


45 


93 


12 


23 


41 


108 


12 


18 


38 


115 


8 


26 


30 


94 


15 


14 


25 


89 


8 


14 


15 


81 


11 


9 


17 


67 


6 


6 


17 


77 


6 


8 


21 


73 


9 


9 


34 


85 


14 


16 


28 


79 


15 


21 


20 


66 


25 


24 


2D 


50 


32 


21 


6 


49 


•i6 


28 


7 


47 


56 


27 


3 


52 


45 


33 


1 


34 


63 


26 


1 


25 


94 


47 


_ 


25 


69 


53 


» 


15 


71 


68 


M 


18 


59 


61 


^ 


9 


54 


53 


. 


6 


52 


57 


_ 


6 


48 


48 


- 


2 


29 


54 



1 

1 

4 
9 

6 
4 
7 
14 
10 
13 
13 
22 
18 

16 
11 



1 
3 
2 

6 
4 
7 
2 

2 
2 
1 
2 



1 
2 
3 
4 
2 
1 

3 
1 
3 
1 



2 

4 
6 
7 
4 

8 
9 

4 



1 
5 
2 
2 

6 
3 

i 

1 
1 



45 
36 
19 
14 
15 
11 
15 
25 
38 
48 
63 
89 
86 
125 
245 
34 
24 



38 

29 
24 
16 
15 
14 
21 
35 
46 
68 
84 
99 
94 
151 
219 
150 
49 



46 


138 


81 


124 


60 


144 


53 


136 


64 


127 


45 


95 


41 


92 


59 


110 


48 


112 


50 


102 


59 


116 


56 


132 


50 


144 


47 


108 


34 


104 


26 


91 


26 


74 


24 


85 


33 


82 


49 


102 


43 


100 


45 


90 


52 


72 


52 


78 


63 


74 


48 


85 


64 


ao 


95 


72 


59 


78 


71 


83 


59 


79 


54 


62 


62 


63 


43 


54 


29 


56 



Max- 



10 PAL 



1500 3085 



1229 1170 



150 



53 



71 



2787 4478 



15 



Note- 1962-63 season figures following week ending Mar. 30, 1963 subject to^correction- 
1 961-62 season corrected beginning week ending Apr. 7, "" ' 



192 thna Aug. 31, 1962 



- 4 



IXORIDA MIXES CAB MALYSIS — MJL S5IPMEHTS 
1962-63 SEASON 



Week 

Ending 



K AN G E S 



GEAPEERUI T 



7feek Ending I ^^glgg ( Week Ending | jgfg^gg 



TANGEEIKES 



Week Ending 



Season 
. To-Ifate 



Oct. 



1962 

Sept. 8 
15 
22 
29 

6 
13 
20 
27 
Nov. 3 
10 
17 
24 
Dec. 1 

8 
15 
22 
29 
1963 
Jan. 5 
12 
19 
26 

2 

9 
16 
23 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

6 
13 
£0 
27 

4 

11 

18 

25 

June 1 

8 
15 
22 
29 
July 6 
13 
20 
27 

3 
10 
17 
24 
31 



Feb. 



Max. 



Apr. 



May 



Aug. 



35.3 
47.7 
23.7 
47.5 
36.2 
50.8 
57.9 
49.7 
35.2 

42.8 
39.1 
47.9 
38.3 
53.2 
53.6 
38.4 
50.2 
45-3 
51.0 
48.3 
44.1 
42.4 
58.0 
59.6 
53.7 
42.6 
46.7 
43.6 
42.8 
42.9 
47.0 
40.1 
22.2 
41.5 
42.2 



35.9 


57.0 


60 .0 


39.6 


41.4 


54.1 


35.8 


55.2 


54.4 


38.9 


44.6 


51.8 


37.8 


42.2 


47.8 


43.4 


29.1 


39.7 


50-1 


24.9 


32.8 


50.1 


39.7 


33.6 


49.8 


56.4 


34.0 


49.4 


57.2 


35.4 


48.1 


51.3 


37.4 


48.0 


42.0 


38.0 


47.4 


49.2 


38.8 


47.8 


29.8 


38.1 


48.2 


41.1 


38.3 


47.7 


51.6 


38.9 


47.8 


44.5 


39.3 


47.7 


51.3 


39.8 


47.9 


45.0 


40.0 


47.9 


49.4 


40.4 


47.7 


54.9 


41.1 


47.5 


55.9 


41.9 


47.8 


41.4 


41.8 


48.0 


38.9 


41.8 


48.1 


46.3 


41.9 


47.9 


57.4 


42.3 


47.9 


53.3 


42.6 


47.8 


56.4 


42.9 


47.7 


57.2 


43.3 


47.5 


57.1 


43.9 


47.5 


53.0 


44.0 


47.2 


59.9 


44.6 


47.0 


77.8 


44.8 


47.0 


58.5 


45.0 


47.0 


57.8 


45.0 



7.7 


4.1 


10.9 


6.3 


21.1 


9.8 


7,9 


9.3 


21.6 


14.4 


2D.1 


16.9 


17.2 


17.1 


10.6 


16.3 


8.4 


16.2 


0.0 


15.2 


9.6 


14.5 


10.1 


14.0 


12.5 


13.8 


17.0 


14.1 


5.3 


13.5 


10.0 


13.4 


5.3 


12.9 


2.9 


12.5 


4.0 


12.1 


2.3 


11.7 


1.0 


11.2 


1.7 


10.6 


0.6 


10.4 


1.5 


10.2 


0.0 


10.0 


0.0 


9.8 


0.0 


9.5 


0.0 


9.3 


0.0 


9.0 


0.0 


8.6 


0.0 


8.5 


0.0 


8.2 


0.0 


8.2 


0.0 


8.0 


0.0 


3.0 



., , , V , . Made available 

through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State I&xket News Service 



- 5 - 



roiAL FLORIDA CliaUS SUPMEKTS. EAIL -S OAT-TRUCK. by weeks - 1962-63 SBASSil 

Includes the proper proportion of 'mixed' cars & truck shipments- Intra 4 Interstate raovement. 
Eoes not include any Florida consolidated I.e. 1 express shipments. 



Week 
Ending 


GRAN 


GE S 


GRAPEFRUIT 


T A N G E E I H E S 


Hail & Boat 


Truck # 


Rail & Boat 


Truck # 


Rail & Boat 


Truck # 


1962 


Cars 


Cars 


Cars 


Cars 


Cars 


Cars 


9/ 1 


. 


^ 


^ 


^ 






8 


13 


_ 


w 


_ 






15 


8 


4 


.. 


15 






22 


3 


20 


6 


138 






29 


_ 


46 


21 


258 






10/ 6 


4 


113 


67 


559 






13 


34 


182 


68 


687 


- 


- 


20 


39 


271 


146 


931 


_ 


_ 


27 


63 


426 


195 


726 


_ 


1 


11/ 3 


141 


771 


160 


756 


4 


9 


10 


192 


660 


164 


594 


9 


45 


17 


123 


1120 


152 


914 


25 


226 


24 


199 


795 


178 


e[)4 


96 


327 


12/ 1 


190 


872 


214 


651 


94 


508 


8 


233 


1049 


222 


732 


206 


804 


15 


633 


1336 


346 


768 


282 


470 


22 


131 


313 


160 


198 


20 


53 


29 


a 


43 


39 


62 


1 


_ 


1963 














1/ 5 


64 


186 


254 


444 


4 


7 


12 


106 


321 


190 


481 


10 


13 


19 


110 


301 


130 


548 


11 


8 


26 


94 


361 


105 


653 


5 


9 


2/ 2 


134 


338 


133 


587 


9 


12 


9 


70 


272 


114 


657 


2 


4 


16 


68 


300 


114 


ax) 


3 


4 


23 


98 


321 


120 


b'AJ 


3 


4 


5/ 2 


98 


356 


90 


590 


1 


1 


9 


104 


354 


104 


628 


2 


1 


16 


147 


292 


115 


578 


1 


— 


23 


137 


206 


128 


535 


- 


— 


30 


123 


181 


142 


514 


1 


- 


4/ 6 


102 


165 


140 


484 


- 


- 


15 


103 


175 


129 


464 


- 


- 


20 


107 


137 


152 


452 






27 


95 


112 


131 


388 






5/ 4 


87 


94 


97 


314 






11 


116 


78 


118 


279 






18 


128 


66 


161 


247 






25 


82 


29 


112 


132 






6/ 1 


51 


7 


82 


58 






8 


51 


9 


86 


80 






15 


39 


5 


58 


52 








27 


3 


47 


19 






?,9 


14 


t^ 


19 


15 






7/ ^. 


8 


2 


6 


2 






13 


2 


- 


- 


- 






20 


- 


- 


- 


— 






27 


- 


- 


- 


— 






8/ 3 


- 


- 


- 


- 






10 

17 


— 


~ 


" 


^ 







4393 



12694 



5215 



18954 



739 



2306 



# — Corrected 

Florida truck data nade available 
through the courtegy of the Citrus Inspection Division, Winter Haven, Fla- 



- 6 



TOTAL gUPLfflNTS. FIOPTTIA CITOTS - BY TCEEKS - 1962-63 & 1961-62 SEASONS 

Note- Includes rail, boat, truck & 'mized' citrus broken doiim into proper proportion. 
"~~" Truck reduced' to carlot equivalents on basis £00 boxes per car- No. l.c.l. express 
included. Florida 1- c 1 express, by nconths, 1962-63 season - see bottom of page 



Week 

Ending 



1962 

9/ 1 

3 

15 

22 

29 

10/ 6 

13 

20 

27 

11/ 3 

10 

17 

24 

12/ 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

1963 

T7^ 
12 
19 
26 

2/ 2 

9 

16 

23 

3/ 2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

4/ 6 
13 
20 
27 

5/ 4 
11 
18 
25 

6/ 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

7/ 6 
13 
20 
27 

8/ 3 
10 
17 
24 
31 



TO- 
TAL 



OEANGES 



1962-63 1 1961-62 



Caxs 



Cars 



13 


_ 


12 


_ 


23 


7 


46 


29 


117 


101 


ae 


137 


310 


303 


489 


538 


912 


641 


852 


780 


1243 


1057 


994 


738 


1062 


881 


1282 


1118 


1969 


1723 


444 


1161 


64 


185 



250 

427 

411 

455 

472 

342 

369 

419 

454 

458 

439 

343 

304 

267 

276 

244 

207 

181 

194 

194 

111 

58 

60 

44 

30 

16 

10 

2 



1371 

869 

1127 

1145 

845 

983 

1105 

1146 

1230 

1148 

1057 

983 

890 

607 

771 

893 

837 

835 

890 

855 

749 

574 

591 

457 

370 

287 

233 

190 

138 

144 

110 

83 

63 

46 

15 



17087 



33234 



GBAPEFHJIT 
1962-63 1 1961-62 



lAHGERIKES 
1962-63 1 1961-62 



Cars 



Cars 



Cars 



Cars 



15 


3 


144 


40 


279 


218 


626 


431 


755 


605 


1077 


773 


921 


932 


916 


791 


758 


830 


1066 


787 


782 


606 


865 


759 


9&i 


854 


1114 


903 


358 


629 


101 


111 



698 
671 
678 
758 
720 
771 
714 
690 
680 
732 
693 
663 
656 
624 
593 
604 
519 
411 
397 
408 
244 
140 
166 
110 
65 
34 
8 



24179 



863 

825 

1059 

1114 

796 

872 

1105 

1061 

1182 

1269 

1114 

1110 

1098 

989 

925 

858 

829 

771 

739 

658 

523 

420 

365 

280 

300 

227 

168 

110 

100 

66 

52 

48 

33 

58 

3 



31247 



1 


« 


13 


12 


54 


92 


251 


295 


423 


282 


802 


509 


810 


767 


752 


894 


73 


477 


1 


69 


11 


400 


23 


231 


19 


193 


14 


152 


21 


70 


6 


56 


7 


40 


7 


33 


2 


66 


3 


65 


1 


49 


mm 


32 


1 


31 


- 


22 


- 


18 


. 


15 


» 


3 


- 


3 


- 


2 


- 


9 


. 


1 



3095 



4888 



TOTAL 



1962-63 1961-62 



Cars 


Cars 


13 


- 


27 


3 


167 


47 


325 


247 


743 


532 


971 


742 


1387 


1076 


1411 


1470 


1841 


1444 


1664 


1702 


2560 


2139 


2199 


1626 


2529 


2149 


3046 


2739 


3835 


3520 


875 


2267 


166 


365 


959 


2634 


1121 


1925 


1108 


2379 


1227 


2411 


1213 


1711 


1119 


1911 


1090 


2250 


1116 


2240 


1136 


2478 


1193 


2482 


1133 


2220 


1006 


2125 


961 


2019 


891 


1318 


871 


1714 


848 


1766 


726 


1669 


592 


1609 


591 


1631 


602 


1511 


355 


1281 


198 


994 


226 


957 


154 


737 


96 


670 


50 


514 


18 


401 


2 


300 


_ 


238 


. 


210 


« 


162 


_ 


131 


_ 


96 


^ 


84 


_ 


23 



44361 



69369 



^-^oLi;^^i':',^,°°-^^^°'l,- 1962-63 season, l.c.l express by months: Florida - OCT. ,4. NOV. Ill, 
^C. 782. JM- 235. HB. 305, MAR- 162. ^R. 67. MAY 22 - Total lT5"88"'cIrlot~ii^i^ai^^s . 



CITRUS ailPMENTS - TRICK - ARIZONA. CaLIFQMIa. TEXAS - BY T7EEK5 
1962-63 & 1961-62 SEASONS 
Carlot equivalents — with__we.eks en ding on Thursday 



Week 


ARIZONA* 
Grapefriiit 


C A 


LIFORNIA 


# 




TEX 


A S 




Ending 


Oranges 


Grapefruit 


range s 


Grapefruit 


1962 


1962-63 ' 61-62 


•62-63 
106 


61-62 
96 


•62-63 


• 61-62 
17 


* 62-63 


• 61-62 


'6^53| 


•61-62 


9/ 6 


22 




13 




129 


138 


22 


23 


^ 


_ 


^ 


^ 


ao 




122 


134 


19 


13 


^ 


3 


^^ 


2 


27 




94 


123 


9 


5 


_ 


39 


^, 


10 


10/ 4 


- 


77 


94 


8 


2 


_ 


57 


^ 


55 


11 


- - 


86 


98 


3 




. 


68 


_ 


99 


18 


- 


84 


107 


1 


- 


. 


92 


. 


len 


25 


- » 


91 


97 


^. 


1 


^ 


81 


_ 


208 


11/ 1 


45 


66 


87 


» 




. 


97 


_ 


202 


8 


57 74 


56 


80 


3 


_ 


. 


104 


« 


246 


15 


55 55 


102 


83 


. 


^ 


_ 


98 


_ 


247 


22 


44 48 


126 


ao 


1 


V 


^ 


89 


^ 


163 


29 


67 64 


178 


110 


1 


^ 


. 


124 


^ 


241 


12/ 6 


57 71 


260 


159 


3 


— 


2 


138 


6 


266 


13 


62 49 


302 


263 


2 


5 


4 


196 


14 


284 


20 


48 33 


335 


204 


6 


6 


5 


253 


16 


236 


27 


49 61 


104 


80 


7 


1 


3 


96 


1 


157 


1963 




















1/ 3 


48 63 


119 


113 


8 


2 


_ 


110 


^ 


241 


10 


79 59 


167 


144 


8 


2 


_ 


122 


_ 


316 


17 


67 64 


242 


203 


7 


8 


1 


37 


2 


95 


24 


36 61 


217 


180 


15 


5 


. 


74 




9 


31 


61 72 


170 


153 


20 


7 


_ 


34 


_ 


9 


2/ 7 


49 58 


162 


141 


17 


7 


_ 


5 


^ 




14 


38 75 


149 


141 


17 


5 


_ 




,. 


^ 


21 


51 57 


163 


131 


10 


6 


« 


. 


^ 


_ 


28 


45 56 


171 


163 


17 


7 


_ 


_ 


^ 


^^ 


3/ 7 


30 83 


172 


172 


8 


2 


^ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


14 


34 75 


161 


164 


13 


6 


_ 


^ 


^ 


_ 


21 


39 90 


150 


156 


13 


5 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


28 


32 77 


123 


133 


15 


12 


_ 


^ 


_ 


^ 


4/ 4 


33 71 


126 


127 


18 


9 


_ 


^ 


^_ 


_ 


11 


30 40 


124 


127 


10 


9 


_ 


^ 


,. 


^ 


18 


27 53 


111 


124 


12 


9 


^, 


^ 


_ 


^. 


25 


33 49 


115 


122 


16 


6 


_ 


^ 


^ 


^^ 


5/ 2 


37 43 


142 


131 


14 


12 


^ 


^ 


_ 


•■ 


9 


33 57 


164 


136 


18 


10 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


16 


35 54 


173 


124 


24 


13 


_ 


_ 


1 


^ 


23 


33 57 


171 


114 


20 


19 


_ 


_ 




. 


30 


44 50 


155 


88 


25 


20 


_ 


_ 


^ 


^ 


6/ 6 


31 53 


116 


84 


16 


14 


_ 


.. 


_ 


^ 


13 


22 46 


110 


72 


18 


14 


_ 


_ 


_ 


^ 


2D 


5 33 


91 


69 


16 


15 


_ 


^ 


_ 


_ 


27 


2 33 


83 


73 


17 


12 


^ 


^ 


^ 


_ 


7/ 4 


1 17 


81 


59 


16 


9 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


11 


13 


76 


88 


13 


15 


^ 


^ 


_ 


. 


18 


11 


84 


38 


18 


14 


_ 


_ 


_ 


^^ 


25 


6 


90 


98 


22 


15 


^ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


8/ 1 


- - 


79 


91 


18 


21 










8 


— _ 


92 


102 


14 


20 










15 


— _ 


105 


97 


14 


22 










22 




97 


109 


16 


19 










29 




105 


104 


13 


19 










TOTALS 


1414 2D76 


6974 


6264 


643 


-±63 


15 


1917 


41 


3246 



•-Arizona, truck oranges - unavailable by weeks. 



IJMDutbovind Passings. 



- 8 - 

FLOHIJA FRUIT PBOCESSED - 3Y TVEEKS MP TO-miE 
1962-63 SSASOH 



Week 
Ending 



E A K GE S 



Boxes Used 



Do -Date 



GEAPEFEUIT 



Boxes Used 



To-JDate 



TANGEEIHES 



Boxes Used 



To-Date 



1962 

8/ 4 
11 
18 
25 

9/ 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

10/ 6 

13 

20 

27 

11/ 3 

10 

17 

24 

12/ 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

1963 

T7-5 
12 
19 
26 

2/ 2 

9 

16 

23 

3/ 2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

4/ 6 
13 
20 
27 

5/ 4 
11 
18 
25 

6/ 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

7/ 6 
13 

ao 

31 



35,833 

117,296 

37,242 

36,069 

12,013 

11,913 

6,882 

3,350 

8,689 

7,158 

22,682 

44,131 

116,303 

183,713 

324,344 

281,716 

397,026 

573.080 

340,718 

2,202,918 

6,709,651 

6,293,655 

6,507.892 

5,303,334 

3,206,744 

2,085,637 

1,617,254 

869,656 

1,769,361 

2,097,866 

2.193,446 

2.<J09,738 

2,286,634 

1,926,408 

1,694,703 

1,502,930 

1,667,451 

1,366.318 

1,373,307 

981,792 

394,250 

505,831 

276.249 

378,278 

130,803 

87,715 

46.711 

9,258 

5,806 

1,280 

449 



35,633 

153,129 

190.371 

226,440 

238,453 

250,366 

257,248 

260,598 

269,287 

276,445 

299,127 

343,258 

159.561 

643,274 

967,618 

1,249,334 

1,646,360 

2,219,440 

3,060,158 

5,263,076 

11,972.727 

18,266,382 

24.774,274 
30,077,608 
33,284,352 
35,369,989 
36,987,243 
37,856,899 
39,626,260 
41,724.126 
43,916.572 
46,326.310 
48.612,944 
50,539,352 
52,234,055 
53,736,985 
55,404,436 
56.770,754 
58,144.061 
59.125,853 
BD ,020.103 
QD, 525,934 
60,802,183 
61,180,461 
61,311.264 
61,398.979 
61,445,690 
61.454.948 
51,460,754 
61.462,034 
61,462.034 
61,462,483 



31,872 

43,468 

38,591 

35,603 

10 ,095 

6,803 

2,883 

3,095 

7,624 

49,350 

74,124 

102.902 

193,746 

226,099 

282,435 

279,228 

291,320 

374,325 

417.901 

391 .044 

261,580 

242,247 

595,394 

1,006,227 

1,377.443 

1,697,236 

2,370,725 

1,408.730 

1,128,430 

628,298 

480,633 

318,583 

310,540 

273,261 

207,276 

135,664 

145.466 

144,399 

123,^4 

81.872 

31.538 

69.270 

47.186 

19,864 

22.927 

14,019 

7,232 

7,962 

1.145 



31^ 



31,872 

75,340 

113,931 

149»534 

159,629 

166,432 

169,315 

172,410 

180 ,034 

229 .384 

303,508 

406,410 

600,156 

826,255 

1,108,690 

1,387,918 

1,679,238 

2,053,563 

2,471,464 

2,862.508 

3.124.088 

3,366,335 

3,961.729 
4,967,955 
6,3-x5.399 
8,042,635 
10,413,360 
11,822,090 
12,950,520 
13,578,813 
14,059,451 
14,378,034 
14,688,574 
14,951,835 
15,169,111 
15,354.775 
15,500,241 
15.644,640 
15,768,234 
15,850,106 
15,941,644 
16,010,914 
15,058,100 
16.077.964 
16,100,891 
16,114,910 
16,122,142 
16,130,104 
15,131,249 
16,131.249 
16,131,249 
16,131,563 



328 


328 


4,447 


4,775 


6,595 


11,370 


36.761 


43.131 


67,956 


116,087 


120,135 


236,222 


105,185 


341,407 


28,380 


369.787 


- 


369.787 


1,656 


371 ,443 


3,396 


374,839 


1,489 


376,328 


18,659 


394,987 


2,843 


397,830 


456 


398,286 


193 


398,479 


- 


398,479 


_ 


398,479 


— 


398,479 


_ 


398.479 


- 


398,479 


1,565 


400.044 


- 


400.044 


- 


400 .044 


- 


400 ,044 


- 


400.044 



61,462.483 



16,131,563 



400,044 



,v < ., . Made available 

through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Commission, lakeland, norida 



- 9 - 







FLORIDA FHJIT 


PROCESSED - BY vVKKKS AlID TO -DATS 






1962-63 SEASON - COOTIKUED 






Week 
Ending 


TEMPLE S 


T A N E 


LOS 


M UE C 


T T S 


Boxes Used 


To -Date 


Boxes Used 


To -Date 


Boxes Used 


To-Date 


1962 














8/ 4 














11 














18 


991 


991 










25 


811 


1,802 










9/ 1 


285 


2.087 










8 


302 


2,389 










15 


88 


2.477 










22 


81 


2,558 










29 


67 


2.625 










10/ 6 


_ 


2,625 










13 


125 


2,750 










20 


- 


2,750 










27 


177 


2,927 










11/ 3 


576 


3,503 


477 


477 


— 


— 


10 


^ 


3,503 


2,997 


3,474 


— 


— 


17 


527 


4,030 


8,094 


11,568 


131 


131 


24 


« 


4,030 


7,223 


18,791 


- 


131 


12/ 1 


202 


4,232 


10,530 


29,321 


- 


131 


8 


4,545 


8,777 


11.376 


40,697 


- 


131 


15 


17,849 


26,626 


18,375 


59,072 


- 


131 


22 


55.469 


82,095 


23,511 


82,583 


11,241 


11 .372 


29 


64,410 


146,505 


6,319 


88,902 


4,090 


15,462 


1963 














T7""S 


101,543 


248,048 


8,585 


97,487 


2,164 


17,626 


12 


101,009 


349,057 


14,306 


111,793 


3,317 


20,943 


19 


143,440 


492.497 


20.398 


132.191 


5,399 


26,842 


26 


170.742 


663.239 


11,398 


143,589 


6,930 


33.772 


2/ 2 


166.137 


829,376 


5,460 


149 ,049 


5,160 


38,932 


9 


33,121 


862,497 


1,084 


150,133 


2,770 


41.702 


16 


26,708 


889,205 


1,791 


151,924 


1,234 


42,986 


23 


35,943 


925.148 


234 


152,158 


375 


43.361 


3/ 2 


16,236 


941,334 


398 


152,556 


- 


43,361 


9 


16,519 


957.903 


209 


152.765 


217 


43,578 


16 


14,867 


972,770 


_ 


152.765 


1,693 


45.271 


23 


17,230 


990.000 


- 


152.765 


1,216 


46.487 


30 


10,262 


1,000,262 


95 


152,860 


169 


46,656 


4/ 6 


3,582 


1,003,844 


47 


152.907 


588 


47 ,244 


13 


3.043 


1.011,887 


- 


152,907 


345 


47.589 


20 


5,847 


1,017,734 


. 


152.907 


— 


47 . 589 


27 


9,098 


1,026,832 


- 


152,907 


36 


47.625 


5/ 4 


1,762 


1,028,594 


— 


152.907 


- 


47,625 


11 


260 


1,028.854 


_ 


152,907 


- 


47,525 


18 


2,668 


1.031,522 


w 


152.907 


- 


47,625 


25 


2,449 


1,033,971 


- 


152,907 


- 


47.625 


6/ 1 


3,073 


1.037.044 


- 


152,507 


- 


47.625 


8 


110 


1,037.154 


42 


152,949 


- 


47 , 625 


15 


239 


1.037,333 










22 


491 


1,037,834 










29 


. 


1,037.884 










7/ 6 


- 


1,037,884 










15 














ac 














31 


















1,037,884 




152,949 




47.625 



Made available 
through the co\irtesy of the Florida Citrus Conmission, Lakeland, Florida 



- 10 



rnfffUDS. RJI & TROCK - nB.JTffiS - 41 U. 5. CITIES & 5 CAITM)IAN CITIES 
VT^M 5^T. ^ , 1962 ISS 'I -niliY 31, 19P3 - BY STATES OF JRigPT 

Caxlots rail inclui. boat - Truck & br.at converted to caxlot equivalents on basis 500 boxes 



Cities 



AlbsEy, N.y. 
Atlanta, Ga. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Boston, ifa-ss- # 

Bioffalo, N.Y. 
Chica^, 111- # 

Cincinnati, 0- 
Cleveland, 0. # 

Columbia, S>C. 
Dallas, Tex. 
Denver,. Colo - 
Detroit, Mich. # 

Ft. ■fTorth, Tex. 
Houston, Tex. # 

Indinjiap&lis, Ind. 
Kejisas City, ito. 
Los jingeles,. Gal. 
Louisville, Ky. 
Memphis, Tenn. 
Miami, Fle^ 
MilTCUjkee, TJis. 
Mr^ls-StJ^aul, Minn. 
Nashville, Tenn. 
New Orleans, La. # 
'tfew York City-Newai'k it 
Philadelphia, Pa. # 
Pittsburg, Pa. # 

Portland, Ore- 
Providence, E.I. 
St. Louis, Mo. 
&lt Lake City, Utah # 
Sen Antonio , Tax . 
Sbn Fianc j^sco-Oakland 
Seaiitla-Tacoma, *7ash. 
Washington, D-C. 
Wichita, Kans. f 



TOTAL 



FLA. 



bST 



IS!^ 



12 

262 

18 

233 

10 

105 

64 

40 

21 



84 



U 



27 
15 



8 

1546 

708 

84 

2 

4 

13 



15 
46 



77 

494 
192 
276 
358 
146 
396 
144 
292 
276 
132 

40 
159 

49 

71 
145 
117 

68 
177 
140 
411 

69 

41 
112 
287 
1037 
593 
227 
3 

55 

142 

5 

74 

9 

9 

22^ 

15 



CALIF. 



Bail 



Truck 



3332 



140 
7 

214 
2 

iieo 

232 
1012 

171 

517 
2 
5 
2 

763 

2 

142 
15 

30 

17 

7 

170 

156 

11 

3 

3314 

1220 

654 

51 

63 

218 



10 

147 

124 

4 



17 
54 
31 
24 
8 

313 

20 

3 

10 

209 

439 

41 

75 

148 

38 

267 

2854 

6 

70 

62 

103 

202 

13 

76 

3 

39 

2 

306 

1 

169 

211 

123 

1178 

335 

17 

90 



AHIZ. 



Bail 



££y£k 



2 

5 
2 



10589 
7058 7557 



34 

142 

6 

38 

1 

6 

85 
1 

4 
7 



18 
5 
1 
1 
9 
26 
31 
8 



29 



22 

27 

1 

7 

25 

4 
85 

6 
2 
2 
2 



10 



21 



2 

4 
1 



7 

11 

6 

4 



462 



256 



TEX. 



Bail 



Is^.k 



MEX. 



Bail 



ISJgli.. 



1 

21 

3 



1 
1 

43 

5 
5 



77 
32 

7 
10 
64 

1 

44 
1 
5 



2 

12 

1 

6 



13 
5 

6 
1 



7 

1 
75 
33 

9 



70 



450 



TOTAL 



ifeil 



142 
24 

480 

20 

1428 

242 
1280 

241 

598 
24 

n 

2 

939 

7 

1© 

16 

1 

53 

33 

7 

192 

161 

2D 

8 

4881 

1955 

775 

61 

67 

260 

4 

2 

14 

163 

171 

4 



14453 



Montrsai, Que., Can. =i 
OttaTTO.^ Ont., Can. ^ 
Toronto, Ont. Can. ^ 
Vancouver, B.C.Can-i 
Winniptig. ,Man., Can. i 



5 
7 



342 
9 

127 

2 

14 



610 
125 
850 
82 
175 



^1 

1 

54 

244 

66 



69 
1 
6 
2 

4 



35 



36 
7 
1 



719 

126 

897 

98 

130 



f-Mdiii^ngtlJjm^tt^g - BkIL 
CAKi'.IiA ; IfontxearL; 

Jaj^an 5 

Brazil 35 

Israel 67 

Sd. Africa 339 

f-T&4iJ:tijQnal_l^£!^_S - THICK 
Phila. 2; Pitts, 2. 

CMADA^ l^^aU.'^: Israel 

Brazil 

rest Indies 



- UNITED STAiSS t ^^YorkCiJy^Njwark- Israel 87; ^:eit IndJetr- 26. 

^t^awja .To^nt^ Van coiy rer .E^3B^JiiP.SS 

SD.^rica 1 Japan 15 Brazil" 2 Israel 6 

Japan 5 So. Africa 2 So- Africa 49 Sb.Afrif^ 15 

Israel 13 Israel 53 Japan 274 Jaj>an 88' 

. UNITED STATES: NewOrlegn^, Louisiana 15 - Saltjlaise CiVy, Un- 
is.jael— Host . ejHlJhgo. STCleve. 2; Detr. 1; Houston T; 

iOO ■ iltt,ami Isreal 17 Tojpntj£: So._Airir8. 279 li^^g^ 



W. Indies 1 



Israel 
Brazil 



91 

28 



SSlfricn 3 
Israel 1 



- 11 



UI^LOADS. 5ttIL & TEUCK - SRaPEFHUIT - 41 U. S. CITIES & 5 CANADIAN CITIES 
nOM SEPT. 1. 196;? 1HBU JtH.Y 31. 3,963 - BY STATE OF ORirrlM 

Carlots rail include boat - Truck 4 boat converted to corlot equivalents on basis 5CC boxes 



Cities 


FLk. 


CALIF. 


ABIZ. 


TEX. 


ySEL. 


TOTAL 


Bail 




Pail 




Bail 




Bail 




Bail 




Bail 








Truck 




Truck 




Truck 


Truck 


Truck 




Truck 


Albany, N-T. 


4 


143 


2 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


6 


145 


Atlanta, Ga- 


2 


270 


4 


7 


_ 


1 


^ 


. 


_ 


. 


6 


278 


RR.l+-.irmrfi, Vfi . 


213 


199 


3 


3 


1 


V 


«. 


. 


_ 


«, 


217 


202 


BirtLin^em, Ala- 


. 


133 


- 


5 


- 


« 


. 


^ 


.. 


^ 


_ 


138 


Boston, Mass. 


319 


480 


30 


2 


2 


_ 


• 


— 


_ 


. 


351 


482 


Buffalo, N.Y. 


15 


208 


5 


- 


12 


. 


. 


_ 


.. 


- 


32 


208 


Chicago, 111. 


289 


753 


27 


15 


9 


17 


. 


. 


_ 


1 


325 


786 


Cincinnati , . 


98 


218 


23 


1 


1 


_ 


. 


« 


_ 


«. 


122 


219 


Cleveland, 0. 


28 


542 


14 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


M 


42 


543 


Colutrbia, S.C. 


1 


96 


1 


2 


_ 


1 


. 


• 


. 


. 


2 


99 


Dallas, Tex. 


. 


172 


:. 


41 


. 


4 


. 


7 


_ 


3 


_ 


227 


Denver, Colo. 


_ 


331 


. 


40 


• 


35 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


407 


Detroit, Mich. 


237 


364 


18 


1 


9 


_ 


«, 


_ 


_ 


. 


264 


365 


Ft. Tforth, Tex. 


_ 


44 


., 


13 


_ 


1 


. 


3 


_ 


1 


_ 


62 


Houston, Tex. 


- 


83 


- 


11 


— 


2 


. 


. 


- 


1 


- 


97 


Indianapolis, Ind. 
Kansas City, Mo- 


14 


235 


1 


2 


2 


_ 


_ 


^ 


_ 


•. 


17 


237 


1 


230 


- 


18 




2 


« 


- 


_ 


_ 


1 


250 


los Angeles, Cal. 


. 


366 


. 


420 


. 


587 


_ 


« 


_ 


1 


.. 


1374 


Louisville, Ky- 


13 


148 


_ 


1 


. 


_ 


_ 


• 


_ 


— 


13 


149 


iifeii5>his, Tenn. 


_ 


137 


— 


7 


. 


_ 


* 


— 


_ 


_ 


- 


144 


Miami, Fla- 


- 


476 


. 


1 


- 


^ 


- 


. 


- 


_ 


— 


477 


Mil\«aukee, T?is. 


9 


223 


2 


6 


• 


-. 


. 


. 


- 


_ 


U 


229 


Urrj^l s-S-h- Pp.nl , Minn. 


6 


313 


8 


9 


3 


— 


• 


• 


- 


— 


17 


322 


Nashville, Tenn. 


3 


61 


1 


5 


^ 


^ 


. 


_ 


_ 


1 


4 


67 


New Orleans, La. 


. 


149 


. 


13 


_ 


1 


_ 


^ 


- 


_ 


— 


163 


New York City-Newark 


1854 


1866 


106 


2 


6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


.. 


1966 


1868 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


662 


558 


17 


« 


1 


. 


• 


« 


_ 


_ 


680 


558 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


7? 


434 


13 


- 


19 


1 


. 


* 


_ 


- 


109 


435 


Portland, Ore. 


84 


40 


3 


55 


10 


33 


1 


- 


- 


— 


98 


128 


Providence, P.. I. 


c 


72 


1 


.. 


1 


-. 


. 


_ 


. 


. 


4 


72 


St. Lo'ois, Mo- 


40 


310 


4 


20 


1 1 


6 


. 


_ 


_ 


. 


45 


336 


Salt Lake Ciiy, Utah 


- 


110 


1 


40 


. 


13 


• 


. 


. 


» 


1 


163 


San Antonio, Tex. 


_ 


98 


_ 


28 


. 


3 


_ 


2 


_ 


1 


_ 


132 


Ran F-ppnf.i c;rr,_rfeV1an ri 


_ 


30-* 


- 


219 


1 


110 


_ 


- 


- 


— 


1 


633 


Seattle-Tacoma, v/ash. 


119 


82 


2 


49 


24 


23 


. 


.. 


.. 


_ 


145 


154 


Washington, D.C. 


49 


289 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


49 


290 


■".Tichita, Kans. # 


- 


57 


- 


12 


- 


2 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


72 


TOTAL 


4139 




286 




102 




1 




_ 




4523 






10594 




1052 




842 




13 




10 




12511 


Montreal , Que . , Can. # 


16 


670 


89 


1 


32 


_ 


^ 


^ 


_ 


^ 


137 


671 


Ottasva, Ont., Can. # 


2 


100 


8 


_ 


4 


. 


1. 


. 


.. 


_ 


14 


100 


Toronto, Ont., Can. =f 


12 


ao5 


56 


5 


12 


_ 


1 


— 


- 


- 


81 


810 


Vancouver, B.C., Can . 


112 


30 


4 


30 


<± 


. 


. 


_ 


_ 


- 


120 


60 


Winnipeg, l&Xi.,Caxi. 


- 


133 


11 


13 


6 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


18 


146 


Total 


142 


1738 


168 


49 


5B 


- 


1 


- 




_ 


370 


1787 



#-Addiiiiinal_lMLOADS - BAIL - UtIITED SIAEES — None 
CANADA — None. 



T^-A(idiiio.naJ._UElOA£S - THJGK - millED SIaIES 

13 



CANADA — i&)nt.realj. ^e_. 
Cent. America 



OtJawSii Ont. 
Cent. Aznerica 



V/ichita, Kans-, Unknown 13 cars 
1 



Toronto. Ont . 
Cent. America 9 
West Indies 1 



12 



UMIAADS. gAlI A TEUCK - TANCTEDE^ - 41 U. 5. CITIES & 5 CANADIAII CITIES 
FIPM f£PT. 1. 196.3 IKRU JULY 31. 1963 - BY STATE ORIGIN 



Carlots XEiil include boat - Truck & boat converted to caxlot equivalents on basis 500 boxes 




FLA. 


CALIF, 
^il Truck 


ABIZ. 
^il Truck 


TEX. 


MEX. 


TOTAL 


Cities 


Truck 


^^ Truck 


^^^ Truck 


^^1 Truck 


Albany, N.Y. 
Atlanta, Ga. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Birmin^aom, Ala. 
Boston, Mass. 
Buffalo, N.Y. 
Chicago, 111. 
Cincinnati, 0. 
Cleveland, 0. 
Columbia, S.C. 
Dallas, Tex. 
Denver, Colo. 
Detroit, Mich. 
Ft. Worth, Tex. 
Houston, Tex. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Los Angeles, Cal. 
Louisville, Ky. 
Menqphis, Tenn. 
Miami, Fla. 
Milvsaukee, Wis. 
Mnpls-St. Pavil, Minn. 
Nashville, Tonn. 
New Orleans, La. 
Hew York City- Newark 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 
Portland, Ore. 
Providence, E.I. 
St. Louis, to. 
rfi.lt Lake City, Utah 
San ijatonio , Tex . 
3an Fran cisco-Oakl fsnd 
Seattle-Tacoma, Wash. 
Washington, D.C. 
Wicihita, Kans. f 


1 21 

43 

28 43 

1 23 
45 84 

2 43 
31 104 
13 26 
13 79 

2 34 

13 

13 

39 81 

3 

14 

1 48 

21 

2 

1 17 

11 

56 

1 27 

1 20 

9 

20 

243 206 

85 94 

34 75 

i 30 
5 27 

4 

1 

9 2 

10 36 

5 


I 3 

I 2 
9 2 

1 17 
1 

4 

9 

1 1 

4 
4 

I i 

390 

I 8 
1 
1 
5 

I 5 
13 2 
7 1 
3 
1 20 

1 1 
7 

11 
68 
13 

r 1 


1 

1 

3 7 

1 
31 

I 1 

1 
1 

1 I 

- 1 

- 10 

1 


1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t 1 1 1 1 

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t 1 1 1 t 1 1 1 1 1 1 t 1 1 t t 1 1 1 1 


- 1 
1 

1 

4 

i 

2 30 

1 3 

2 

I 5 
8 

4 7 
2 
9 
1 

- i 

3 

- 2 

I 7 

1 7 

2 1 
1 1 

4 14 

I 23 
1 

- 2 


1 21 

48 

29 43 

1 26 
58 86 

4 43 
37 158 
14 30 
13 81 

2 34 
22 
30 

44 89 

9 

37 

1 49 

24 

425 

1 20 

19 

57 

1 30 

1 26 

9 

33 

258 215 

92 95 

40 76 

2 21 
2 30 

10 42 

8 

38 

80 

9 16 

10 36 

8 


mnL 


567 

1335 


36 

583 


6 

54 


^ 


21 

132 


630 

3104 


iviontreal. Que., Can. 
Ottavra., Ont., Can. 
Toronto, Ont., Can. 
Vancouver, B.C., Can. 
Winnipeg, Man., Can- 


1 74 

6 

18 78 

1 

7 


4 1 
4 

2 


_ 


1 


7 
23 
- 5 


12 75 
6 
46 78 
1 

14 


TOTAL 


^ 165 


' 3 


- 


1 


» 5 


'' 173 



^-Additional .IMLQADS 
GAMm —None. 



HAIL - UNITED Slfl-TES 



N o n 



f->s',dd.iti2.nal_TJig:£iii^ 
CAKAPA — None. 



THICK - UNITED STATES — Wichita, Kans., Unknoro 1 car. 



13 



UNIiOADS. BkIL a ZRECK - lJXED CITRUS - 41 U. S- CITIES & 5 CAITADIAN CITIES 
PaOM SEPT. 1. 1962 THKJ JULY 31. 1963 - BY ST^-IES OF ORIGIN 
Cajlots rail include boat - Truck & boat converted to carlot equivalents on basis 500 boxes 



Cities 


FLa. 


CALIF. 


ARIZ. 


TEX. 


UEx. 


TOTAL 


Sail n, , 
Truck 


Truck 


Truck 


Sail,., 

Truck 


Truck 


1^1 m , 

Truck 


iilbany, IT.Y. 
Atlanta, Ga. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Boston, Mass- 
Buffalo, N.Y. 
Chicago, 111. 
Cincinnati, 0. 
Cleveland, 0. 
Columbia, S-C. 
Dallas, las. 
Denver, Colo. 
Detroit, Mich. 
Ft. Torth, Tex. 
Houston, Tex. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
Kansas City, ifo. 
Los ii-npeles, Cal. 
Louisville, Ey. 
Kerrjphis, TftTin. 
Mi arm , Fla. 
Milwaukee, Wis- 
Mnpl s-St. Paul , Minn . 
Nashville, Term. 
New Orleans, La. 
New York City-Newark 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Portland, Ore. 
Providence, E.I. 
St. Louis, Ifo- 
Salt Lake City, Utah 
San Antonio , Tez . 
San Fianci SCO-Oakland 
Seattle-Tacons., Wash. 
Washington, D.C. 
V.'ichita, Kans. 


1 5 

114 

151 - 
6 6 

61 

59 
6 

10 

86 I 

2 1 

12 

5 

1 8 
1 

4 1 

4 

828 

242 

29 

1 

1 
9 

1 
11 


19 

1 

23 

78 I 

24 

29 

4 
18 
11 

19 I 

4 
7 
1 

li Z 

1 £ 

9 

3 

2 
57 

6 
18 

9 

1 

3 

38 


1 

3 I 

4 I 

4 I 

1 - 

1 - 
1 

1 

2 ~ 

4 


I I 
1 


8 
2 

1 

1 I 

4 


20 5 
1 
138 

232 

30 6 
102 
63 
24 
21 

111 - 

4 
9 1 
1 

24 I 
6 

3 28 

10 
7 1 

2 4 
887 

248 

48 

2 

1 
23 

3 I 
8 

49 


TOTAL 


1640 

26 


393 

24 


22 


1 


16 


2072 

50 


Montreal, Qie.,Can. # 
OttaTia, Ont - ,Can. 
Toronto , Ont - ,Can. 
Vancouver ,3 .C . ,Can . 
Winnineg, Man. .Can. 


1 

1 3 


3 4 

7 

1 8 


3 - 

1 


- 


1 


8 4 
7 

2 11 


TOTAL 


3 


11 

12 


4 


_ 


1 


18 

15 



#-AddiJii^EalJ[JNIAADS - BAIL 
CAllkVA — MDntxeapLj. _2ae . 



- UNITED STaTSS 
Israel 1. 



o n e. 



#-MdiiioEalJ[Mm£S - THJCK - L'MI'IED STATES — Boston, Mass- West Indies 1 car. 
CASADA — None 



14 



Total Orange Production - By States 

Census Year, 1889, 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919-1962 



UNITED SIAIES 
U. S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Beporting Service 



Crop Year 



CALIF. 



TxA.f 



TEX. # AEIZ.# 



AIA.# 



LA. # MIGS# TOTAL # 



-Ji^^u^Si^ ^B_o_x_e_s_- 



1889 


1,245 


3,147 


__ 


_ 


-. 


— 


— 


4.392 


1899 


5,882 


273 


— 


11 


1/ - 


1 


— 


6,167 


1909 


14,440 


4,888 


11 


33 


1 


152 


5 


19,530 


1919 


16,632 


8,000 


9 


80 


20 


37 


31 


24,809 


19aD 


23,771 


9,400 


5 


60 


82 


42 


25 


33,385 


1921 


14,021 


8,400 


5 


80 


82 


50 


30 


22,668 


1922 


21,283 


10.900 


10 


81 


190 


60 


45 


32,569 


1923 


24,153 


13,700 


6 


86 


225 


75 


55 


38,300 


Average 19,972 


10,080 


7 


77 


120 


53 


37 


30.346 


1924 


18,506 


11,300 


17 


60 


2 


75 


« 


29.960 


1925 


24,200 


10,200 


12 


86 


130 


100 


27 


34,755 


1926 


28,252 


11,000 


41 


75 


75 


150 


42 


39.635 


1927 


22,737 


9,500 


35 


54 


110 


200 


50 


32.736 


1928 


39,159 


16,500 


125 


99 


85 


220 


30 


56,218 



Average 26,571 



11,700 



56 



75 



80 



149 



Average 30,747 



15,500 



357 



145 



84 



248 



30 



35 



38,661 



1929 


21,195 


9.800 


261 


137 


212 


187 


37 


31,829 


1930 


35,179 


19.200 


250 


139 


3 


287 


2 


55,060 


1931 


34,658 


14,200 


520 


145 


80 


245 


54 


49,902 


1932 


34.265 


16,400 


325 


147 


120 


278 


80 


51,615 


1933 


28,439 


17,900 


430 


155 


3 


245 


2 


47,174 



47,116 



1934 


45,047 


17,600 


650 


170 


140 


293 


88 


63,988 


1935 


32,809 


18,000 


777 


240 ■ 


2 


244 


1 


52,073 


1936 


29,827 


22,100 


2,000 


220 


56 


309 


26 


54.538 


1937 


45,914 


26,200 


1,440 


350 


76 


238 


67 


74,285 


1938 


41,420 


33,300 


2,815 


430 


96 


385 


85 


78.531 ' 


Average 39,003 


23,440 


1,536 


282 


74 


294 


53 


64,683 


1939 


44,425 


28, XO 


2,360 


595 


75 


223 


59 


75.742 j 


1940 


50,778 


31,300 


2.650 


528 


1 


253 


^ 


85.510 


1941 


52,155 


29,300 


2,850 


660 


5 


192 


1 


85.163 , 



Continued Page No. 15 



- 15 



UNITED STAJES ; Total Orange Production - By States - Continued 
Census Year, 1889, 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919-1962 

U. S. Department of Agriculttire, Statisticial Beporting Service 



^rop 

Yeeu: - Cont'd. 



CALIF. # 



riA. # TE2C.# AEIZ.# ALA.# LA.# MISS.# 



TOTAL # 



1942 
1943 



44,329 
51,961 



-^^^u^^_n_d_^_gx_e^ - 



41,400 
49,800 



2,550 
3,550 



730 

1,100 



340 

240 



89.349 
106,651 



Average 



48,730 



35. 9K) 2,792 



732 



16 



250 



12 



88 ,483 



1944 
1945 
1946 
1947 
1948 



60,500 
44,010 
53,530 
45,830 
37,010 



4/ 46,800 
54,000 
58,400 
62,400 
62,700 



3/ 



4,400 
4,800 
5.000 
5,2CXD 

3,400 



1.150 

1,210 

1,2C0 

780 

710 



360 
330 
4]jO 
300 

300 



113,210 
104,350 
118,540 
114,510 
104,120 



Average 



48,176 



56,860 4,560 



1,010 



34C 



110 .946 



1949 
1950 
1951 
1952 
1953 



41,860 
45,210 
38,410 
46,030 
32,400 



63,500 
4/ 72,100 
4/ 83,100 

77,100 
4/ 96,300 



1,760 
2.730 

300 
1.000 

900 



985 

1,400 

730 

900 

1,170 



370 

300 
SO 
SO 

100 



108.475 
121,710 
122,590 
125,080 
130,870 



Average 



40,782 



78,420 1.332 



1,037 



174 



121,745 



1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 



39,430 


4/ 93,500 


1,500 


1,130 


38,37) 


4/ 95,700 


1,600 


1.150 


35,900 


4/ 97,800 


1,600 


1,290 


23,200 


84,600 


2,000 


1,250 


40,200 


90,500 


2.300 


610 



175 


- 


135,725 


195 


- 


137,015 


115 


- 


136,705 


205 


- 


111,255 


220 


- 


133,830 



Average 



35.418 



92,420 1,800 



1,086 



182 



130,906 



1959 


31,300 


94,300 


2,700 


1,500 


1960 


25,000 


91,600 


3,500 


1,160 


1961 2/ 


30.4CX5 


117,400 


2,300 


1,440 



1962 Prcliainaiy 28,000 



76,500 



80 



1,560 



260 


- 


128,960 


275 


- 


121,535 


255 


- 


141,795 


15 


~ 


106,155 



Average 



^Includes tangerines "-Negligible. 

2/ Revised Ij 500 bozes or less. 

_3/ Inclvides economic abandonment: Early & Mid sea so n- 900,000 boxes - Tangerines- 600,000 bxs- 

^ Includes economic abandonnent : Tji^JGERIMES — 1944-45 season . 150,000 bozes — 

1950-51 season . 200,000 boxes — ig'Sl-^ season . 400.000 boxes — 1953-54 season 500,000 -- 
1954-5j season. 200,000 — 1955-56 season, 200,000 — 1956-57 season. 200,000 boxes. 



16 



UNITED SCAIES ; Total Grapefruit Production - By States 

Census Year, 1889, 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919-1962 

U. S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Beporting Service 



Cro-o Year 



1889 
1899 
1909 



1919 
1933 
1931 
1922 
1923 



YLk. 



TEX. 



CALIF. 



ARIZ. 



- 


Ih 


^ jj^ a n _d _ 


B 


o^ e^ - 






10 






.• 




— 


— 


10 


12 






__ 




18 


1 


31 


1,062 




1/ 


~ 




123 


1 


1,186 


5,900 






3 




363 


29 


6,295 


5,800 






5 




395 


34 


6,234 


6,700 






8 




360 


35 


7,103 


7.800 






35 




394 


60 


8,289 


8,500 






65 




363 


95 


9,023 



Average 



6,940 



23 



375 



51 



7,389 



1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 



8,900 


301 


387 


105 


9,693 


7.600 


200 


600 


150 


8,5K) 


8,600 


361 


672 


120 


9,753 


7. 500 


624 


720 


176 


8,920 


1,300 


753 


972 


211 


13,236 



Average 



8.780 



428 



670 



152 



10,030 



1929 
1930 
1931 
1932 
1933 



8,300 


1,550 


1,000 


365 


11,215 


15.800.. 


1,200 


1,290 


400 


18,690 


10,700 


2,600 


1,431 


450 


15,181 


11.600 


1,440 


1,350 


614 


15,004 


10,900 


1,200 


1.772 


800 


14.672 



Average 



11,460 



1,598 



1,368 



526 



14,952 



1934 
1935 
1936 
1937 
1938 



1939 
1940 
1941 



Average 



15,200 


2,740 


2,167 


1.240 


21.347 


11,500 


2,780 


2,267 


1,800 


18,347 


18,100 


9.630 


1,540 


1,400 


30.670 


14,600 


11,840 


1,943 


2.750 


31.133 


23.300 


15,670 


1.924 


2,700 


43.594 


16,540 


8.532 


1.969 


1,978 


29,018 


15,900 


14,400 


1,992 


2,900 


35,192 


34,600 


13,650 - ■ 


1,983 


2,650 


42,883 


19,230 


14,500 


3,181 


3.380 


40,261 



Continued Page No. 17 



17 



UITITED SIAIES ; Total Grapefruit Production, By States- Continued 
Census Year, 1889, 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919-1962 

U. S. Department of Agriculture - Statistical Beporting Service 



Crop 

Year - Continued 



FLA. 



lEX. 



CALIT. 



iiBIZ. 



TOTAL 



1942 
1943 



1944 
1945 
1946 3/ 
1947 

1948 



Average 



-^^^u^a_n^__B_2i,_x_e^ - 



27,300 


17,510 


Si -a. ^i JA ^i 

3,071 


2,600 


50,481 


31,000 


17,710 


3,300 


4,080 


56,090 


23,600 


15,554 


2,705 


3,122 


44,981 


22.300 


22.300 


3,830 


3,750 


52,180 


32,000 


24,000 


3.350 


4,100 


63,450 


29 ,000 


23,300 


3,120 


4,100 


59,520 


33.000 


23,200 


2,430 


3,X0 


61,630 


30,200 


11,300 


2,150 


1,880 


45,530 



Average 



29.300 



20,820 



2,976 



3,366 



56,462 



1949 
1950 
1951 4y 
1952 
1953 5/ 



24,200 


6,400 


2,500 


3,400 


36,500 


33,200 


7.500 


2,730 


3,150 


46.580 


36,000 


200 


2,160 


2,140 


40,500 


32,500 


400 


3,460 


3,0C0 


38.360 


42,000 


1,200 


2,500 


2,670 


48,370 



Average 



33,580 



3,140 



2,470 



2,372 



42,062 



1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 



34,800 


2,500 


2,420 


2,470 


42,190 


38,300 


2,200 


2,510 


2,370 


45,380 


37,400 


2.800 


2,410 


2,180 


44,790 


31,100 


3,500 


2.400 


2,780 


39,780 


35,200 


4,200 


2,530 


1,870 


43,830 



Average 



35,360 



3,040 



2,50c 



2,334 



43,442 



1959 


30,500 


5,330 


2,700 


3,220 


41.620 


1960 


31,600 


6,800 


2,640 


2,260 


43,300 


1961 2/ 


35,000 


2,700 


2,740 


2.270 


42,710 


1962 PrRliminary 


30,000 


200 


2,500 


2,130 


34,830 



Average 



2j Eevised. 

^/ 4/ _5/ Includes economic abandonment: 
1946- 47 season- 2,600,000 boxes 
1951-52 season- 3,000,000 boxes 
1953-54 season - 1,300,000 boxes 



2./ 500 boxes or less. 



^seedless 800.000 - other 1,800,000) 
'seedless 500,000 - other 2,500,000] 
'seedless 300,000 - otner 1,000,000) 



- 18 



PBDDUCTIOP - FLORIDA. ORANGES 
U. S. Department of Agricultvjre, Statistical Reporting Service 

Segregated - IE14PIES, OTHER EARLY & MID-SEASON, VALEKCUS & TANGERINES 



Crop Year Tangelos 



1944-45 




1945-46 




1946-47 




1947-48 




1948-49 




1949-50 




1980-51 




1951-53 




1953-53 




1953-54 




1954-55 




1955-56 


235 


1956-57 


320 


1957-58 


350 


1958-59 


300 


1959-60 


550 


1960-61 , 


500 


1961-62 2/ 


1,000 


1962-36 1/ 


750 



Teziples 



Early & 

Mid- season 



Valencias 



Tangerines 



JIii£.B^^£^— .SS-S^^ - 



710 

1,100 
1,700 
1,700 
2,200 
2,500 
2.800 
2,700 
1,500 
3,000 
3,900 
4,000 
4,600 
2,000 



21,700 
25,400 
30,500 
31,000 
32.000 
32,890 
35,700 
42,100 
40,600 
48.000 
49,500 
48.7D0 
51,600 
51,200 
44,100 
45,100 
47,000 
52,300 
45,500 



21,100 
24,400 
23,200 
27,400 
26,300 
34,900 
30,500 
34.800 
29.900 
41,100 
36.400 
39,500 
38,700 
29,800 
38,900 
42,500 
35,700 
56,500 
29,000 



4/ 



I 






4,000 
4,330 
4,7D0 
4,000 
4,400 
5,000 
4,800 
4,500 
4,900 
5,000 
5,100 
4,700 
4,800 
2,100 
4,500 
2,800 
4,900 
4,000 
2,000 



'tot.' ohan® 

PiDDUCTION 



3/ 



46,800 

54,000 
58,400 
62,400 
62,700 
63,500 
72,100 
83.100 
77,100 
96,300 
93,500 
95,700 
97,800 
84.600 
90,500 
94,300 
91,600 
118,000 
79,250 



ij Jxily estiroate. 2/ Revised. 3/ 4/ _5/ &/ 7J ^ ^ }Qj Includes Government ptirchases 

Se abandonment for aconcmic reasons: 194&-47 ; EarTy & Midseason- 900.000; Tangerines- 800,000 
boxes. TANffiRINES- 1944-45 season . 150,000; 1950-51. . 200,000; 1951-^ 2. 400,000; 1953-54 . 
500,000; 1954-S5T 200.000; 1955-56 . 200,000; 1956-57 . 200,000; toxes. 



PRDDUCTION - SXORIDA GRAPEFRUIT 
SEEDLESS and 't)TtiEH" 



TOTAL GFAPEFEUllJ 
PROroCTICW 



Crop Year 



White 



S e e d 1 
Pink 



ess 



Total 



"other" 



1944-45 

1945-46 

1946-47 

1947-48 

1946-49 

1949-50 

1950-51 

1951-52 

1952-53 

1953-54 

1954-55 

1955-56 

1956-57 

1957-58 

1958-59 

1959-60 

1960-61 

1961-62 2/ • 

1962-63 T/ 



15,800 
15,600 
15,500 
12,5)0 
14,000 
13.400 
11.900 
14,800 
12,500 



'■!Lh,^R^^MA^B.si£^3. ~ 



4,730 
5,000 
6,100 
5,0C0 
5,600 
6,700 
7,300 
9.000 
7,500 



8.400 
14,000 
14,000 
14,8C0 
14,700 
11,200 
15,800 
17,700 
17,100 
21,900 
20.500 
20.600 
21,600 
17,600 
19.600 
20,100 
19,200 
23,800 
20,000 



13,900 
18,000 
15,000 
18,200 
15,500 
13,000 
17,400 
18,300 
15,400 
20,100 
14,300 
17,700 
15,800 
13,500 
15,600 
10,400 
12,400 
11,200 
10,000 



3/ 
1/ 



3.1 
1/ 



22.300 
32.000 
29,000 
33,000 
30,300 
24,300 
33,300 
36,000 
32,500 
43,000 
34,800 
38,300 
37,400 
31,100 
35,200 
30.530 
31,600 
35,000 
30,000 



\J July estiirate. 2/ Revised. 

^ ^ 3J §J Includes Government purchases and ahandonment for economic reasons: 

1946-47 season- 2,600,000 hoxes (seedless 800,000 - other 1.800,000); 
}'^Jt'!-^t season- 3,700,000 boxes (seedless 2,400,000 - other 1,300,000); 
1951-52 season- 3,000,000 boxes (seedless 500.000 - other 2,50O,0OO); 
1953-54 season- 1,300,000 boxes (seedless 300.000 - other 1,000,000'). 
U. S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service 



19 



PIOnJCTIOH AtlD 'JTELIZATION - FLOFIDA CITHJS 
CBOPS OF 1953-59 to 1961-62 IMCLUSI"gE 

U. S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Heporting Service 





Total 

PRD- 
DOC- 
TION 

1/ 


FABK 
DISPOSITION 


UTILIZATION OF SALES 


CEOP 


For 
Faun 
House 
hold 

Use 


Sold 


Frosh Sales 


Total 


SEASON 


Total 
Fresh 
Sales 


Shitiped Out of State 


Intra 
State 

Sales 


Pro- 


Total i^cl'iAms 
&rress 


Boat 


Truck 


cess- 
ed 



ALL OEANCSS (I 


;xciuc 


ling 


Tangerines 


) 








1958. 


-59 


86.000 


650 


85.350 


16,837 


12 


,923 


1959- 


-60 


91 


• too 


665 


90 


.835 


20.765 


16 


225 


I960- 


-61 


86,700 


690 


86.010 


16.770 


12 


.169 


1961- 


-6'^ 


113,400 


775 


112 


,625 


20,915 


16,241 


Earlv & Midseason 














1958- 


-59 


47 


.100 


350 


46.750 


10,574 


8 


281 


1959- 


-60 


49,000 


365 


48 


635 


11,747 


9.059 


1960- 


-61 


51 


.000 


390 


50 


,610 


10,411 


7 


592 


1961. 


-62 


56.900 


425 


56 


,475 


11,540 


8 


770 


Valenc] 


las 


















1958- 


-59 


38 


,900 


300 


38 


600 


6,263 


4 


R42 


1959- 


-60 


42 


,bno 


300 


42 


200 


9.018 


7 


166 


1960- 


-61 


3b 


TOO 


300 


35.400 


6.359 


4 


477 


1961. 


-62 


56 


500 


350 


56 


150 


9,375 


7 


471 


TANsamss 


















1953- 


-59 


4 


500 


70 


4 


230 


2,635 


2 


291 


1959- 


-60 


2 


800 


70 


2 


630 


2.089 


1 


759 


1960. 


-61 


4 


.300 


70 


4 


830 


3.242 


2 


881 


1961- 


-62 


4,000 


70 


3 


930 


2,695 


2 


362 


ALL Ca'AfJ!;j<'HnT 3/ 
















1958. 


-59 


35 


,200 


160 


35.040 


16.479 


14 


,713 


1959. 


-60 


30 


,b00 


160 


30 


340 


16,032 


14 


,055 


I960- 


-61 


31 


600 


IK) 


31 


,440 


15, 72^ 


13 


,748 


1961- 


-62 


35,000 


180 


34 


620 


17.811 


15 


832 


Seedless 


















lS58. 


-59 


19 


,600 


80 


19 


520 


13,766 


12 


fiOl 


1959- 


-60 


20 


100 


80 


20.020 


14.480 


13 


,111 


1960- 


-61 


19 


,200 


80 


19 


.120 


13,293 


11 


972 


1961- 


-62 


23 


.800 


100 


23 


,600 


15,750 


14 


,473 


Other Than 


Seed: 


.ess 


so 


15 


520 


2,713 


2 




1958- 


-59 


15.600 


,112 


1959- 


-60 


10 


.400 


80 


10 


.320 


1,552 




'944 


1960- 


-61 


12.400 


80 


12 


320 


2.433 


1 


776 


1961. 


-62 


11 


.230 


80 


11 


,020 


2,061 


1 


,359 



ii^^ii^ as d_ B aifi^ iJ 



5,021 

5,514 
4,524 
5,560 



4/ 
2,9yl 
2,626 
2,838 

2,523 

1,898 
2,722 



784 
520 
934 
757 



5,527 
4,808 
4,808 
4.989 



4,4'B7 

4,341 

4/ 



45 7,857 3,914 

124 10,587 4,540 

72 7,573 4,601 

138 10,543 4,674 



4/ 4/ 2,293 

■57 6,011 2,688 

29 5,037 2.719 

16 5,916 2,770 



4/ 4/ 1 , 621 

"57 4,576 1,852 

43 2,536 1,882 

122 4,627 1,904 



467 
4/ 



110 

A/ 



'4 

3 

4/ 



1,507 
1,238 
1,947 
1,605 



4/ 



344 
330 
361 
333 



119 9,067 1,766 

38 9,209 1,977 

113 8,827 1,978 

274 10.569 1,979 



1,165 
1 369 
1,321 
1,277 



601 

608 
657 
702 



68,513 

70,070 
69.240 
91,710 



36,176 
36,883 
40.199 
44,935 



32,337 
33,132 
29,041 
46,775 



1,595 

541 

1,588 

1,235 



18,561 
14,308 
15,714 
16,309 



5,754 
5 540 
5,827 
7,850 



12,807 

8,768 
9,887 
8,959 



LIMES 



1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 
1961-62 



200 
320 
510 
340 



o 

5 
5 
5 



195 
315 
305 
335 



125 
199 
194 
152 



Note- 1962-63 season , figures not available at time of Sunnary release. 



70 
116 
Ul 
183 



Ij "Total Production" and "Production of Value" are the same for each season. 

2/ Net content of box of Florida oranges & tan g erines . 90-lbs.; grapefrui t & limes . 80-lbs- 

^ Includes economic abandomrent as follows: 1961-62 season . 200,000 boxes (lOO.CCO seedless 
& 100,000 seedy type); 1958/59-1960/61 seasons, none. 

4/ Not available. 



20 



U. 



PjC IUCTION & I lTILIZATinN - CA LIIOMIA CITEJS 
CaOPES OF 1953-59 to 1961-62. INCLUSIVE 

S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Heporting Sea?vice 



CIDP 



SEASON 



Total 
PiD- 

roc- 

TICK 
1/ 



Pro- 
duc- 
tion 
having 
Value 
1/ 



FABtt 
DISPOSITION 



"For 
Farm 
House 
hold 
use 



Sold 



UTILIZATION OF SAISS 



Fresh Sales 



Total 



Packed 



Loose 



Total 

Pro- 
cess- 
ed 



ALL OBANCTIS 
1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 3/ 
1961-63 3/ 



40.200 
30,800 
25,000 
2) ,400 



Navels & Miscellaneous 
1958-59 16,900 

1959-60 13,500 

1960-61 9,000 

1961-62 4/ 7,600 



Valencias 
1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 3/ 
1961-62 2/ 



23,300 
17,300 
16,000 
12,800 



Xk^ii^SS.^ — S^i^^ -§/ 



39,810 
30,450 
24,800 
21,170 



16.710 

13,300 

8,860 

7.460 



23,100 
17,150 
15,840 
12,710 



210 
210 
200 
200 



100 
100 
100 
100 



110 
110 
100 
100 



39,600 
30,240 
24,600 
19,970 



16,610 

13,200 

8,760 

7,360 



22,990 
17,040 
15,840 
12,610 



29.130 

22.530 
19,130 
15,060 



14,530 

11,550 

8,250 

6,660 



14,600 

10.960 

10,880 

8,400 



f 

H 

3/ 



§. 



I 
I 

.5/ 

3/ 



I 



ALL GRAPSFECJIT 

1953-59 2,530 2,527 20 2,507 

1959-60 2,700 2,671 22 2,649 

1960-61 , 2,640 2,630 22 2,638 

1961-62 4/ 2,740 2,630 22 2,^8 

Desert Valley s 

1958-59 - 630 627 4 623 

1959-60 1,400 1,371 6 1.365 

196D-Q 1 240 1 230 6 1 224 

1961-62 4/ 1,540 1,420 6 1,414 

Other Areas 

1958-59 1,900 1,900 16 1,884 

1959-60 1,300 1,3C0 16 1,284 

1960-61 , 1,400 1,400 16 1,384 

1961-62 4/ 1,200 1,200 16 1184 



1,787 
1,803 
1,720 
1,630 



487 
839 
670 
820 



1,300 

964 

1,050 

800 



lElONS 

1958-59 16,900 

1959-60 17.100 

1960-61 3/ 13,800 

1961-62 1/ 15|000 

LB/DHS (including Arizona) 

1958-59 681 

1959-60 , 693 

1960-61 3/ 545 

1961-62 1/ 592 



16,900 
17,100 
13,600 
15,000 



15 
15 
15 
15 



15,885 
17,085 
13,785 
14,985 



--^^^iisand Tons 
681 i" ~~680 

693 1 692 

538 1 554 

592 1 591 



8,610 
8,945 
9,270 
8,380 

2/ 

346 

355 

366 

331 



5/ 



I 



Note- 



1962-63 season , figures not available at time of Suamaiy release. 



ly Difference tietween "Total Production" and '!Production having Value" include Quantities 
to charity or eliminated. 

2/ Net content of box of Calif. OEfflCES considered to he 77-lbs.; GRAPEFEUIT - in Desert Val- 
leys b5-ibs., in other ajeas bH-ibs.; and LES.IONS 79-lbs. Equivalent tons for lemons 
were deri-^ed on the basis of the above weights- 



Zj Eevised 



_4/ Preliminary 



5/ Not available. 



Hi. - 



ProPITTION & UTILIZATION - TEXAS. ARIZONA & IDUISIUIX CITRUS 
CBDPS OF 1958-59 to 1961-62. EJCLUSrVE 

U. S. Department of Agrictilture , Statistical Beporting Service 



STATE 


Total 

PHD- 
IWC- 
TION 

1/ 


FAIM 
DiaOSITION 


UTILIZATION 
OF SALES 


CKJP 

fEASON 


For 
Faun 

Use 


Sold 


Fresh 
Sales 


Total 

Pro- 
cess- 
ed 



S.^^^^Mi£A-.R2.^^3. ^1 



lEXAS 



OHril^mS. ALL 

1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 , 
1961-62 ±1 

Early & Ivlidseason 3/ 
1958-59 
1959-K) 
1960-61 , 
1961-62 4/ 

Valencias 3/ 

^19'58-59 
1959-60 

GRAPEFEUIT. ALL 

1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 , 
1961-62 1/ 



2,300 
2,700 
3,500 
2,300 

1,650 
1,500 
2,000 
1,650 

63D 
1.200 



4,200 
5,200 

6 ax) 

2 700 



70 
35 



75 
75 
75 

50 



2,240 
2 630 
3.430 
2,265 



4,125 
5^125 
61 725 
2 350 



1,799 
2 114 
2,550 
1.223 



2,965 
21294 



441 

516 

880 

1,032 



1,160 
1,244 

1.3§i 



AE[2DHA - ORAHCSS. ALL 



1958-59 
1959- ■ 



1960-61 , 
1961-62 4/ 

Kavels & Miscellaaeous 
1958-g 
1959-^ 
1960-61 , 
1961-62 4/ 



Valencias 



CEAEEFHUIT. 



1958-59 
1959-60 
196C-61 , 
1961-62 4/ 

. .T.T. 

— 1958-59 
1959-&^ 
19e)-61 , 
1961-62 4/ 



610 
1,500 
1 160 
1 440 



340 
940 
720 
80O 



1,87D 
3 220 

2 270 



15 

ao 

20 
20 



592 

1,480 
1 140 
1 420 



S62 



-30 
630 



330 
930 
710 
790 



1,855 
3,200 
2,240 
2,150 



556 
1,211 

m 



750 
620 
577 



1,455 

2 107 
1 393 
1,275 



36 

269 



80 



30 
180 

90 
213 



1,093 



842 
875 



LOUISIANA - OBANGES. ALL 



1/ 

3/ 
1/ 



1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 
1961-62 4/ 



220 
260 
275 
255 



10 
10 

10 
5 



210 
250 
265 
250 



210 

250 
265 

25D 



Note- 1962-63 season . figures not available at tinie of SuroEary release. 

"Total Production" and '5'roduction having Value" are the ssoie each season. 

Net content of box of ORhI^'GSS in T,e^^ & I^oui^siana, 90-113 s.; in Arizona, 77-1^8. 
Net content of box of GR-»PEF£UIT Tn !^xas . QD-ibsT; in ^rizona, '65-lbs7 

Utilization of TeKis, oranges- ^ varieties, not available. 

Preliminary. 



- 22 - 

PBODUCTIOH ANP UTILI ZATIp j ff — IMIIED SIAIES 
CIIBUS crops OF 1358-59 to 1961-62. IHCLUSI7S 

U. S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Eeporting Service 





Total 

PPO- 

DUC- 
TION 

1/ 


Pro- 
duc- 
tion 
having 
Value 

U 


FARM 

mspnrjTiow . 


UTILIZATION OF SALES 


CIOP 

SEASON 


For 

Faun 

House 

hold 

USE 


Sold 


Fresh 
Sales 


TOTAL 

Pro- 
cess- 
ed 



QBAtTGSS (Excluding Tangerines) - 

1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 3/ 
1961-62 4/ 



1953-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 3/ 
1961-621/ 



TAMCTIKraES 



1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 
1961-62 4/ 



1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 
1961-62 4/ 



^qx basi^ 


_--_Thojusand 


^oxe_s 


S/ 






129,300 
126,760 
116,635 
137 ,795 


128.720 
126,410 
116.325 
137,565 


938 

975 

990 

1,035 


127.782 
125,435 
115,335 
136,530 


48,322 
46,870 
39,725 

38,585 


79,460 
78,565 
75.610 
97,945 


^on basi^ 


j;-_Tho^sand. 


_tqas_ 


2/ 






5,554 
5,462 
5,052 
6,037 


5,538 
5,449 
5,040 
6,028 


41 
42 

42 
45 


5,497 
5,407 
4,998 
5,983 


1,990 
1,931 
1,637 
1.615 


3,507 
3.476 
3,361 
4.368 


Box basis 


--.Thousand 


hqxe^ 


2/ 






4,500 
2,800 
4,900 
4,000 


4,300 
2.700 
4,900 
4.000 


70 
70 
70 
70 


4.230 
2.630 

4.830 
3,930 


2,635 
2,089 
3,242 
2,695 


1.595 

541 

1,588 

1.235 


j;on ia^si^ 


--_!I^ojisand 


ions_ 


2/ 






302 
126 
220 
160 


194 
121 
220 
180 


3 
3 
3 
3 


191 

118 
217 
177 


U9 

94 

146 

121 


72 
24 
71 
56 



GRAPEFHJIT 



1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 3/ 
1961-62 4/ 



1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 
1961-62 1/ 



- ^qx .basis .i"i_Thqusand .boxes 2j 



43.800 
41.620 
43.300 
42.710 



43,797 
41,314 
43,290 
42,290 



27D 
277 
277 
272 



1,722 
1.619 
1,695 
1,670 



1,722 
1,618 
1,695 
1,655 



10 
10 
11 
11 



43,527 
41,314 
43,013 
42.018 



- 2Pa .^asis «-_^oiisand ions_ 2l 



1,712 
1,608 
1,684 
1.644 



22,686 
23,823 
24,288 
23,000 



886 
923 
948 

898 



Note- 



1962-63 season , figures not available at tine of SunsEary release. 



20,841 
17,491 
18,725 
19.018 



826 
685 
736 
746 



2/ 



3/ 



See individual State tables for explanation of difference. 

Net content varies. For 0RAMC3ES- in Calif. & Ariz., the approximate average por box is 
considered to be 77-lbs.; Calif. & Ariz. GRAPEFRUIT- approxiimte average is considered 
to be 65-lbs. in Calif. Desert Valleys & Ariz., & 68-lbs in Calif, area other than Des- 
% IV-l^l' ■!'°L^}-?'^^'^ ^ °*^®^ States, net content of box is considered to be 90-lbs. 
for OEANGSS and SO-lbs for GBAPEFBUIT. Equivalent tons were derived on the basis of 
above weights. 

^■^'>-^^^- 4/ Preliminaiy. 



23 - 



'5AIES 



FLOBim - EQUIVALEirr 't)IT TEES" PRICES. BY M3inHS 
fEB. BOX - SEASONS 1946/47-19S2/63. INCLUSIVE 

ORANGES- Early euad Mid-season (including Teaa^les) 



SEA3DN 



OCT. 



KOV. 



DEC. 



JAN. 



EEB. 



J4AE. 



APR. 



Season Avsrage 



ALL MEIHODS 
OF SiVLES 



SALES FOE 
2TE5I USE 



1946-47 

1947-48 

1948-49 

1949-50 

1950-51 

1951-52 

1952-53 

1953-54 

1954-55 

1955-56 

1956-57 

1957-58 2/ 

1958-59 2/ 

1959-6C 

1960-61 2J 

1961-62 2/ 

1962-63 1/ 



1946-47 

1947-48 

1948-49 

1949-50 

1950-51 

1951-52 

1952-53 

1953-54 

1954-55 

1955-56 2/ 

1956-57 SZ 

1957-58 Z, 

1958-59 2 

1959-aD 

1960-61 

1961-62 2/ 

1962-63 1/ 



SALES FOB 
FROCESSIKQ 



1946-47 

1947-48 

1948-49 

1949-50 

1950-51 

1951-52 

1952-53 

1953-54 

1954-55 

1955-56 

1956-57 

1957-58 

1958-59 ^ 

1959-60 

1960-61 2/ 

1961-62 2/ 

1962-63 1/ 



2.27 


1.17 


.73 


.43 


.49 


.63 


.87 


1.55 


.67 


.52 


.58 


.eo 


.75 


-«> 


.94 


.41 


.60 


.81 


1.01 


1.31 


... 


2.34 


1.02 


1.22 


2.11 


2.86 


3.05 


1^. 


1.72 


1.24 


1.34 


1.41 


1.86 


1.96 


1.91 


1.66 


.75 


.71 


.66 


.59 


.70 


.87 


1.93 


.67 


.91 


1.23 


1.41 


1.46 


_ 


1.24 


1.19 


1.15 


1.07 


.97 


1.29 


1.57 


1.23 


1.00 


1.02 


1.07 


1.23 


1.52 


1.68 


1.58 


1.29 


1.58 


1.79 


1.98 


1.90 


— 


2.22 


1.30 


1.29 


1.35 


1.59 


1.75 





1.21 


1.04 


1.47 


1.65 


2.04 


2.21 





3.05 


2.36 


2.55 


2.61 


2.81 


2.97 


3.00 


1.83 


1.34 


1.65 


1.96 


2.16 


2.67 


2.44 


3.03 


2.46 


2.55 


3.06 


3.46 


3.35 


— 


2.16 


1.82 


1.85 


1.92 


1.99 


1.73 


_- 


1.95 


.97 


.89 


1.59 


2.54 


4.99 


— 


2.52 


1.39 


.92 


.61 


.81 


1.01 


1.01 


1.93 


.73 


.53 


.55 


.82 


.91 


-- 


1.13 


.45 


.64 


,89 


1.03 


1.25 





2.49 


1.10 


1.15 


2.14 


2.91 


3.09 


__ 


2.06 


1.37 


1.49 


1.41 


1.88 


2.09 


2.03 


2.03 


.85 


.77 


.65 


.62 


.62 


1.75 


2.35 


.74 


1.00 


1.19 


1.48 


1.76 


— 




1.32 


1.28 


1.09 


.98 


1.79 


2.11 


l!34 


1.07 


.99 


1.15 


1.43 


1.89 


1.95 


1.73 


1.32 


i.eo 


1.87 


2.03 


2.21 





2.67 


1.53 


1.55 


1.50 


1.83 


2.31 


-- 


1.30 


l.Ql 
2.39 


1.27 


1.82 


2.62 


3.27 


— 


3.48 


2.60 


2.51 


2.67 


3.15 


3.15 


2.29 


1.51 


1.34 


2.05 


2.53 


3.01 


2.89 


3.46 


2.79 


2.95 


3.26 


3.62 


3.57 


— 


2.45 


2.05 


2.07 


2.25 


2.60 


2.93 





2.37 


1.35 


1.73 


4.79 


4.43 


6.27 


^^ 


.91 


.58 


.13 


.13 


.12 


.24 


.61 


.58 


.58 


.51 


.59 


.78 


.61 


— 


.35 


.36 


.54 


.73 


.99 


1.35 


_- 


1.40 


.94 


1.27 


2.10 


2.84 


3.04 


__ 


.70 


1.11 


1.24 


1.41 


1.86 


1.91 


1.91 


.69 


.63 


.65 


.66 


.58 


.72 


.74 


.56 


,59 


.84 


1.24 


1.38 


1.40 





1.07 


1.12 


1.07 


1.07 


.97 


.97 


1.27 


.78 


.94 


1.03 


1.05 


1.18 


1.37 


1.42 


1.22 


1.27 


1.57 


1.77 


1.97 


1.82 


— 


1.32 


1.02 


1.17 


1.32 


1.55 


1.62 


.,. 


.98 


1.08 


1.53 


1.63 


1.83 


2.08 


~ 


2.03 


2.33 


2.53 


2.63 


2.83 


2.93 


2.93 


1.26 


1.23 


1.57 


1.96 


2.10 


1.68 


1.53 


2.18 


1.93 


2.38 


3.03 


3.42 


3.29 


-_ 


1.28 


1.53 


1.78 


1.85 


1.91 


1.59 





.43 


.•T) 


.68 


1.28 


1.87 


2.33 


— 



.84 
.66 

.75 
1.80 
1.46 

.70 
1.12 
1.10 
1.12 
1.71 
1.45 
1.56 
2.66 
1.87 
2.90 
1.90 
Unavailable 



1.14 

.71 

.78 

1.74 

1.58 

.78 

1.15 

1.23 

1.20 

1.69 

1.67 

1.51 

2.61 

2.00 

3.19 

2.31 

Unavailable 



.25 

.62 
.71 
1.84 
1.38 
.65 
1.11 
1.05 
1.09 
1.72 
1.37 
1.58 
2.67 
1.62 
2.83 
1.80 
Unavailable 



Ij Preliminary- 



2/ Revised 



U. S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service 



24 



FLORIDA - EQUIVALENT 'OT TESE" PRICES. BY >/D?JTBS 
' PER BOX - SEAgPHS 1946/47-1962/63. BTCLUSIVE 

ORANGES- Late lype (Valencia) 



SAI,K3 


SEASON 


FEB. 


MaR. 


APR. 


MAY 


JUNE 


JULY 


Season Average 






$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


ATT, MEIHODE 


















OF SAIE 




















■ 1946-47 


.47 


.96 


1.33 


1.11 


1.10 


.93 


1.10 




1947-48 


.87 


.92 


.54 


.50 


.43 


.34 


.Go 




1948-49 


1.24 


1.57 


2.10 


2.94 


3.19 


2.92 


2.16 




1949-50 


2.97 


3.10 


2.54 


2.32 


2-42 


2.70 


2.61 




1950-51 


2.02 


1.95 


1.96 


2.00 


1.63 


.86 


1.87 




1951-52 


.89 


.87 


.80 


1.01 


1.15 


1.64 


.93 




1952-53 


1.66 


1.49 


1.37 


1.45 


1.85 


2.41 


1.51 




1953-54 


1.01 


1.01 


1.34 


1.79 


1.96 


3.03 


1.45 




1954-55 


1.50 


1.63 


1.69 


1.65 


1.92 


2.43 


1.72 




1955-56 


1.89 


1.85 


1.83 


2.15 


2.27 


2.47 


2.04 




1956-57 


1.89 


1.78 


1.46 


1.28 


1.03 


1.44 


1.34 




1957-58 


2.50 


2.68 


3.46 


3.89 


4.24 





3.17 




1958-59 


2.68 


2.91 


2.86 


3.42 


3.34 


3.11 


3.12 




1959-60 


2.05 


1.86 


1.94 


2.12 


2.52 


— 


2.07 




1960-61 2/ 


3.10 


2.94 


2.94 


3.13 


3.24 


3.33 


3.08 




1961-62 2/ 
1962-63 T/ 


2.20 


1.86 


1.37 


1.41 


1.24 


1.03 


1.40 




2.03 


2.74 


4.13 


5.73 


6.89 


~ 


Unavailable 


SALES FOR 


















i'RWSH USE 




















1946-47 


.81 


1.53 


1.60 


1.30 


1.29 


1.30 


1.42 




1947-48 


1.17 


1.18 


.73 


.70 


.69 


.69 


.82 




1948-49 


1.37 


1.58 


2.14 


3.14 


3.32 


3.31 


2.24 




1949-50 


3.10 


3.14 


2.61 


2.28 


2.59 


2.80 


2.73 




1950-51 


2.33 


2.19 


2.04 


1.98 


1.69 


1.63 


2.01 




1951-52 


1.07 


.94 


.80 


1.06 


1.19 


1.85 


.97 




1952-&3 


1.77 


1.57 


1.38 


1.51 


1.59 


2.52 


1.54 




1953-54 


1.09 


1.07 


1.52 


2.03 


2.20 


3.70 


1.57 




1954-55 


1.57 


1.61 


1.68 


1.56 


2.12 


2.76 


1.75 




1955-56 


1.86 


1.87 


1.84 


2.28 


2.77 


3.34 


2.08 




1956-57 


2.07 


1.90 


1.75 


1.37 


1.23 


2.02 


1.68 




1957-58 


2.45 


2.35 


3.84 


3.51 


4.45 


— 


2.96 




1958-59 


2.77 


2.96 


3.00 


3.36 


3.40 


3.29 


3.06 




1959-60 


2.17 


2.01 


1.78 


2.03 


3.09 


••— 


3.04 




19a)-61 5/ 


3.79 


2.96 


2.76 


3.12 


3.31 


4.50 


3.07 




1961-62 2/ 


2.58 


2.11 


1.67 


1.31 


1.32 


1.51 


1.73 




1962-63 1/ 


3.93 


4.99 


5.33 


6.60 


6.71 


- 


Unavailable 


SaTKS FOR 


















PBOCifSSIHG 




















1946-47 


.25 


.41 


.88 


.86 


.78 


.49 


.67 




1947-48 


.81 


.61 


.33 


.32 


.19 


.21 


.41 




1948-49 


1.05 


1.57 


2.05 


2.69 


3.02 


2.83 


2.06 




1949-50 


2.84 


3.04 


2.51 


2.34 


2.29 


2.25 


2.52 




1950-51 


1.86 


1.71 


1.91 


2.01 


1.61 


.46 


1.79 




1951-52 


.65 


.78 


.80 


.98 


1.12 


1.18 


.90 




1952-53 


1.38 


1.40 


1.37 


1.43 


1.95 


2.16 


1.49 




1953-54 


.92 


• 97 


1.27 


1.72 


1.82 


1.37 


1.39 




1954-55 


1.45 


1.64 


1.69 


1.68 


1.86 


1.86 


1.71 




1955-56 


1.97 


1.82 


1.82 


2.12 


2.17 


1.97 


2.02 




1956-57 


1.49 


1.62 


1.32 


1.26 


1.00 


1.27 


1.22 




1957-58 


2.53 


2.78 


3.38 


3.93 


4.13 




3.23 




1958-59 


2.63 


2.88 


2.83 


3.43 


3.33 


3.03 


3.13 




1959-60 


1.93 


1.73 


1.98 


2.13 


2.43 




2.08 




1960-61 2/ 


2.78 


2.93 


2.98 


3.13 


3.25 


3.13 


3.08 




1961-62 1/ 


1.78 


1.53 


1.28 


1.43 


1.23 


.98 


1.33 




1962-63 1/ 


1.78 


2.43 


3.98 


5.53 


6.93 




Unavailable 




\J Preliminary 








2,1 Revised 





U. S. Departeent of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service 



25 



FLORIDA - EQUIVALENT "OH HSE" PRICES. BY tOUI HS 
PER SOX - SEASONS 1946/47-1962/63. IKCLUSIT/E 

GRAPEFRUIT - Seedless 



SALES 



SEASON 



SIPT. OCT. NOV. EEC. JAN. FEB 



}jm. 



APR. 



I^IAY 



JUTE JULY 



be a son 
Average 



$ 



$ 



T 



$ 



$ 



ALL MEIHODS 
OF SALES 

1946-47 




























1.32 


1.11 


.92 


.53 


.53 


.41 


.44 


.36 


.40 


.36 


.64 


1947-48 




1.40 


.61 


.26 


.31 


.31 


.20 


.13 


.16 


.18 


.09 


.33 


1948-49 




.59 


.35 


.34 


.50 


.57 


.99 


1.62 


2.19 


1.41 


1.08 


.85 


1949-50 




2.64 


1.89 


1.85 


1.96 


1.93 


2.07 


2.09 


1.88 


1.42 


1.44 


1.94 


1950-51 




1.27 


1.11 


1.18 


1.10 


1.40 


1.30 


1.14 


.81 


.59 


.35 


1.09 


1951-52 




1.58 


1.04 


1.00 


.91 


.66 


.63 


.43 


.56 


.42 


.47 


.74 


1952-53 




1.37 


1.09 


1.2D 


1.04 


.91 


.87 


.84 


.96 


1.37 


1.23 


1.01 


1953-54 




.97 


.95 


.92 


.70 


.56 


.63 


.59 


.59 


.42 


1.32 


.71 


1954-55 




1.31 


1.04 


.91 


.84 


.70 


.58 


.72 


.56 


.81 


1.23 


• 81 


1955-56 




1.13 


.85 


.92 


.81 


.62 


.57 


.74 


1.01 


.78 


1.23 


.80 


1956-57 




2.14 


1.24 


1.17 


1.13 


1.02 


.99 


.95 


.92 


.88 


1.11 


1.12 


1957-58 




1.14 


.97 


1.13 


1.05 


.89 


1.28 


1.79 


2.47 





__ 


1.16 


1958-59 




2.12 


1.71 


1.44 


1.26 


1.10 


1.09 


.87 


.98 


i.ao 


.94 


1.20 


19^-60 


2.22 


1.06 


1.01 


1.07 


1.08 


1.09 


1.17 


1.22 


1.49 


1.63 


— 


1.12 


1960-61 2/ 




1.60 


1.41 


1.39 


1.25 


.96 


.82 


.63 


.81 


.74 


1.64 


1.03 


1961-62 2/ 




1.17 


.87 


.78 


.58 


.84 


.76 


.91 


.67 


.58 


.45 


.76 


1962-63 2J 




.96 


1.14 


1.30 


1.23 


.78 


2.11 


2.46 


2.50 


3.41 


— 


Unavail- 
able 


SALES FOR 


























FRSS USE 


























1946-47 


2.16 


1.42 


1.40 


1.44 


.80 


.97 


.62 


.© 


.45 


.&! 


.54 


.91 


1947-48 




l.SO 


.75 


.33 


.50 


.51 


.38 


.24 


.35 


.37 


.37 


.59 


1948-49 


1.01 


.66 


.44 


.43 


.69 


.65 


1.15 


1.86 


2.46 


1.92 


1.96 


1.09 


1949-50 




2.75 


2.03 


2.00 


2.10 


2.12 


2.24 


2.20 


2.07 


1.61 


1.52 


2.12 


1950-51 


2.68 


1.44 


1.22 


1.34 


1.25 


1.52 


1.35 


1.33 


1.05 


.81 


.63 


1.30 


1951-52 




l.SO 


i.ao 


1.15 


1.08 


.81 


.77 


.57 


.79 


.68 


.96 


.93 


1952-53 




1.59 


1.26 


1.42 


1.21 


1.11 


1.00 


1-08 


1.15 


1.72 


1.32 


1.21 


1953-54 


2.40 


1.11 


1.15 


1.13 


.92 


.73 


.88 


.82 


.87 


.67 


1.66 


.95 


1954-55 


2.12 


1.32 


1.22 


1.07 


1.02 


.89 


.79 


,94 


.70 


1.10 


1.53 


1.02 


1955-56 




1.42 


1.10 


1.06 


.97 


.80 


.82 


.90 


1.31 


1.29 


1.60 


1.01 


1956-57 




2.47 


1.50 


1.39 


1.41 


1.26 


1.34 


1.23 


1.16 


1.19 


1.71 


1.42 


1957-58 




1.28 


1.15 


1.34 


1.39 


1.26 


1.58 


2.12 


3.25 


— 


— 


1.46 


1958-59 




2.39 


1.97 


1.62 


1.45 


1.29 


1.29 


1.05 


1.05 


1.38 


1.18 


1^42 


1959-63 




1.23 


1.18 


1.25 


1.22 


1.29 


1.34 


1.41 


1.90 


2.10 





1.33 


1960-61 


2.42 


1.79 


1.70 


i.eo 


1.50 


1.18 


1.02 


.80 


.97 


.91 


1.95 


1.27 


1961-62 2/ 




1.44 


1.03 


.95 


.97 


1.00 


1.18 


1.10 


1.02 


1.08 


.90 


1.10 


1962-63 1/ 




1.33 


1.38 


1.54 


2.66 


2.36 


2.75 


3.45 


3.02 


3.91 


— 


"^itil- 


SALES FOE 


























PFflCSSSING 


.32 


.82 


.71 


.41 


.29 


.22 


.26 


.29 


.21 


.16 


.17 




■■' ■ 1946-47 


.32 


1947-48 




.07 


.17 


• 30 


.30 


.17 


.10 


.06 


.00 


.00 


•QQ 


.10 


1948-49 


.18 


.31 


.26 


.27 


.32 


.48 


.64 


.71 


.78 


.85 


.87 


.44 


1949-50 




1.06 


1.48 


1.69 


1.83 


1.76 


1.74 


1.71 


1.20 


1.23 


1.22 


1.62 


1950-51 


.42 


.57 


.60 


.60 


.72 


1.04 


.80 


.71 


.41 


.35 


.20 


.59 


1951-52 




.10 


.17 


.22 


.18 


.09 


.03 


-.06 


-.04 


-02 


.03 


.05 


:l952-53 




-.05 


.07 


.37 


.48 


.43 


.42 


.34 


.28 


.46 


.40 


.36 


1953-54 


.10 


.12 


.11 


.13 


.09 


.02 


-.04 


.01 


.10 


.06 


-.10 


.05 


1954-55 


- .03 


.00 


.12 


.18 


.19 


.18 


.19 


.15 


.12 


.14 


.08 


.16 


1955-56 




-.05 


-.05 


.15 


.23 


.16 


.08 


.10 


• 30 


.50 


•§? 


.19 


1956-57 




.00 


.30 


.27 


.45 


.45 


.35 


.38 


.46 


.37 


.26 


.38 


1957-58 




.36 


.43 


.46 


.53 


.54 


.67 


.75 


.52 


— 


— 


.53 


1953-59 




.38 


.68 


.78 


.73 


.68 


.73 


.53 


.83 


.83 


.48 


.68 


1359-60 


.23 


.03 


.40 


.37 


.55 


.70 


.65 


.58 


.55 


.53 


— 


.57 


1960-61 g/ 




.13 


.34 


.41 


.57 


.39 


.36 


.24 


.64 


.58 


.56 


.46 


1961-62 2/ 




-.24 


-.04 


.01 


.07 


.13 


.10 


.10 


.04 


.06 


.03 


.07 


1962-63 1/ 




-.22 


-.15 


-.09 


.38 


.27 


.45 


.71 


.82 


1.63 


"■•* 


Unavail- 
able 



1/ preliiainajy 



2/ Revised 



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26 



TTTgim -_E(;gnVA lEIJT 'OIT TIEE" PHICES. by l^ONTHS 
?ER BOX - SEASONS 1946/47-1962^63. IKCLUSI-gE 

GEAPEFHJIT - Seedy 



SALES 



SEASON 



SEPT. 



OCT. NOV. 



DEC. 



JAN. 



ESB. MAB. 
I 1 



API. 



MAY 



I f 



JUNE JULY 
I 



AIL METHODS 
OF SAIES 



Season 

Average 

-1 



1946-47 
:. 947-48 


':^ 


1.07 


.72 


.48 


.43 


.37 


.31 


.23 


.25 


.27 


.62 


.41 


.25 


.22 


.18 


.12 


.07 


.07 


.05 


.02 


.30 


1948-49 


.36 


.31 


.32 


.36 


.46 


.63 


.86 


1.31 


1.23 


1.17 


.50 


1949-50 


2.09 


1.51 


1.65 


1.84 


1.77 


1.74 


1.75 


1.28 


1.25 


1.37 


1.66 


1950-51 


.88 


.66 


.67 


.77 


1.04 


.91 


.76 


.48 


.41 


.23 


.80 


1951-52 


.89 


.46 


.45 


.39 


.24 


.18 


.09 


.11 


.12 


4S 


.29 


1952-53 


.72 


.37 


.48 


.54 


.47 


.47 


.47 


.49 


.70 


.68 


.49 


1953-54 


.52 


.38 


.36 


.28 


.19 


.11 


.13 


.18 


.12 


.41 


.25 


1954-55 


.53 


.44 


.44 


.38 


.35 


.25 


.28 


.28 


.32 


.42 


.37 


1955-56 


.65 


.23 


.33 


.31 


.26 




.22 


•46 


.55 


.61 


.30 


1956-5? 


1.65 


.53 


.60 


.62 


.59 


.*49 


.47 


.56 


.47 


.42 


.58 


1957-58 


.71 


.70 


.71 


.69 


.69 


.88 


1.28 


.90 


— 


— 


.74 


1958-59 


1,39 


.99 


.93 


.85 


.75 


.70 


.59 


.81 


.87 


— 


.83 


1953-60 


$1.53 .77 


.88 


.90 


.91 


.99 


1.01 


.84 


.79 


— 


— 


.91 


1960-61 2/ 


1.18 


1.01 


1.06 


1.05 


.91 


.68 


.40 


.75 


.65 


— 


.84 


1961-62 1/ 


.59 


.58 


.56 


.58 


.75 


.37 


.36 


.18 


.15 


— 


.51 


1962-63 Ij 


.67 


.54 


.60 


.67 


.80 


.93 


1.26 


— 


— 


— 


Uiiavail- 
aole 


SALES FOE 
























FEESI USE 
























1946-47 


1.16 


1.18 


1.16 


.73 


.69 


.54 


.40 


.40 


.44 


.43 


.99 


1947-48 


1.08 


.61 


.33 


.31 


.25 


.20 


.14 


.14 


.17 


.17 


.41 


1948-49 


.43 


.45 


.35 


.47 


.52 


.79 


1.25 


1.80 


1.56 


1.56 


.67 


1949-50 
1950-KL 


2.27 


1.53 


1.56 


1.74 


1.73 


1.70 


1.74 


1.56 


1.46 


1.52 


1.72 


l.,05 


.88 


.92 


.87 


1.04 


.98 


.94 


.78 


.65 


.45 


1-01 


1951-52 


1.18 


.74 


.70 


.63 


.43 


.38 


.30 


.38 


.44 


.52 


.54 


1952-53 


.90 


.62 


.66 


.71 


.53 


.51 


.66 


.69 


1.07 


.84 


.68 


1953-54 


.80 


.77 


.73 


.59 


.39 


.39 


.36 


.39 


.39 


1.16 


.57 


1954-55 


.71 


.72 


.66 


.61 


.56 


.46 


.54 


.55 


.67 


1.00 


.66 


1955-56 


.84 


.67 


.59 


.52 


.43 


.41 


.41 


.76 


.85 


1.16 


.58 


1956-57 


2.15 


.98 


.89 


.99 


.81 


.80 


.80 


.95 


.96 


1.16 


1.03 


1957-58 


.87 


.87 


l.CO 


.87 


.83 


1.17 


1.65 


1.97 


m-m. 


.- 


.98 


1958-59 


1.83 


1.51 


1.18 


.97 


.84 


.86 


.65 


.73 


.78 


-* 


1-05 


1959-60 


1.79 1.02 


.92 


1.10 


1.07 


1.12 


1.15 


1.13 


1.23 




«••* 


1.10 


1960-61 2/ 


1.42 


1.29 


1.33 


1.41 


1.00 


.68 


.51 


.87 


.80 


^w* 


1.08 


1961-62 1/ 


.81 


.85 


.83 


.90 


.93 


.89 


.84 


.64 


.77 


.M 


.88 


1962-63 1/ 


.87 


.87 


1.03 


1.40 


1.24 


1.79 


2.13 




— 


~ 


Unavail- 
able 


SALES FOE 
























PBDCESSING 
























1946-47 


1.02 


1.Q4 


.60 


.42 


.34 


.32 


.30 


.21 


.16 


.17 


.49 


1947-48 


.31 


.31 


.24 


.21 


.16 


.11 


.06 


.05 


.00 


.00 


.14 


1948-49 


.30 


.28 


.31 


.34 


.45 


.58 


.65 


.74 


.84 


.85 


.43 


1949-50 


1.06 


1.49 


1.70 


1.86 


1.79 


1.76 


1.75 


1.23 


1.23 


1.23 


1 .64 


1950-51 


.57 


.60 


.60 


.75 


1.04 


.90 


.71 


.41 


.35 


.20 


• 74 


1951-52 


.10 


.22 


.37 


.29 


.14 


.05 


-.05 


-.04 


.02 


.03 


.14 


1952-53 


-.05 


.21 


.42 


.50 


.45 


.43 


.37 


.28 


.46 


.40 


.42 


1953-54 


.18 


.25 


.23 


.20 


.12 


.03 


.06 


.13 


.07 


-.08 


.14 


1954-55 


.17 


.36 


.37 


.33 


.29 


.21 


.18 


.12 


.14 


.08 


.28 


1955-56 


-.05 


.05 


.24 


.27 


.22 


.15 


.12 


.30 


.50 


.50 


.21 


1956-57 


.10 


.35 


.52 


.55 


.55 


.45 


.42 


.46 


.37 


.26 


.47 


1957-58 


.57 


.66 


.65 


.66 


.67 


.81 


.84 


.61 






.68 


1958-59 


.48 


.83 


.88 


.83 


.73 


.68 


.58 


.83 


.88 


... 


.78 


1959-eo ■ 


.23 .43 


.88 


.88 


.88 


.98 


.98 


.73 


.73 




«>-. 


.88 


1960-61 2/ 


.23 


.88 


.98 


.98 


.88 


.68 


.38 


.73 


.63 


^*m 


.78 


1961-62 2/ 


.15 


.52 


.53 


.53 


.73 


.30 


.28 


.10 


.08 


^^ 


.43 


1962-63 y 


-.12 


.43 


.53 


.58 


.53 


.68 


1.08 








Unavail' 
able 




1/ Preliroinaxy. 










2/ Be vised. 






1 



u. s. 



Department of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service 



27 



FLOBim - SQUIVALEMT 'ON IEEE" PRICES. BY MJIilHS 
PE E SOX - SSigPNS 1946/47-1962/63. lUCLUSrgE 

lAl'GEEINES 



SALES 



SEASON 



KDV. 



lEC. 



JAN. 



FEB. 



14AE. 



APE. 



Season 
Average 



ALL MEIBODS 
OF SALES 



SAIES FOE 
FRESB USE 



SALES FOE 
?BDCESSII7C; 



1947-48 

1943-49 

1949-50 

1950-51 

1951-52 

1952-53 

1953-54 

1954-55 

1955-56 

1956-57 

1957-58 

1958-59 

1959-60 

1960-61 2/ 

1961-62 11 

1962-63 1/ 



1947-48 

1948-49 

1949-50 

1950-51 

1951-52 

1952-53 

1953-54 

1954-55 

1955-56 

1956-57 

1957-58 

1958-59 

1959-60 

1960-61 

1961-62 2/ 

1962-63 iy 



1947. 
1948- 
1949- 
1950- 
1951- 
1952- 
1953- 
1954. 
1955- 
1956- 
1957. 
1958. 
1359- 
I960. 
1961- 
1962- 



48 

49 

50 

51 

52 

53 

■54 

■55 

56 

57 

■58 

■59 

■60 

■61 

.62 Z/ 

■63 J^ 



1.88 


.79 


.52 


.52 


__ 


~^^ 


.80 


1.02 


1.16 


.94 


1.02 


2.99 


3.39 


1.20 


2.62 


1.37 


1.11 


.90 


1.51 


• - 


1.45 


2.98 


2.55 


.81 


.58 


.50 


1.14 


1.44 


2.84 


1.03 


.94 


.57 


3.70 




1.31 


3.24 


1.35 


.92 


.67 


1.66 


_ 


1.37 


2.28 


1.44 


.82 


2.07 


3.35 


_. 


1.60 


3.48 


1.40 


.92 


.70 


1.18 


„ 


1.39 


3.24 


2.10 


.84 


1.01 


.98 


1.67 


1.77 


2.98 


1.57 


1.33 


1.09 


1.22 


— 


1.73 


2.83 


2.20 


2.06 


1.26 


.- 


— . 


2.40 


2.80 


1.94 


.88 


.51 


.. 


^-. 


1.62 


2.70 


2.60 


2.30 


»• 


.- 


»- 


2.59 


4.10 


1.86 


.94 


.82 


-. 


• — 


1.51 


3.20 


2.10 


1.75 


.88 


1.24 


_« 


1.93 


3.95 


2.29 


•• 


— ^ 


w* 


■■^ 


Unavailable 


2.01 


.92 


.73 


.82 






.99 


1.30 


1.41 


1.24 


1.41 


3.10 


3.58 


1.51 


2.81 


2.15 


1.52 


1.38 


2.17 


*- 


1.92 


3.09 


2.81 


1.09 


.99 


1.40 


1.41 


1.99 


3.01 


1.18 


1.14 


.81 


4.47 


— 


1.56 


3.45 


1.54 


1.28 


1.12 


3.80 


— 


1.76 


2.70 


1.87 


1.30 


3.08 


3.68 


3.33 


2.10 


3.64 


1.65 


1.21 


1.21 


1.85 





1.78 


3.55 


2.50 


1.09 


1.62 


1.69 


1.74 


2.23 


3.38 


1.94 


1.67 


2.02 


2.85 


_- 


2.31 


3.21 


2.65 


2.52 


2.11 


... 


... 


2.86 


3.22 


2.39 


1.82 


1.25 


•— 


„ 


2.42 


3.24 


3.34 


2.96 








— 


3.26 


4.62 


2.30 


1.41 


1.69 


— 


— 


2.18 


3.52 


2.42 


2.68 


2.19 


2.77 


.— 


2.72 


4.52 


3.04 





-"" 


•"" 


— — 


Unavailable 


.05 


-.05 


-.15 


-.10 






-.10 


.08 


.15 


.25 


.24 


.05 


.23 


.17 


.05 


.38 


.46 


.46 


.61 


— 


.45 


.05 


.05 


.01 


.21 


.21 


.20 


.16 


.14 


.03 


.03 


.03 


.03 


— 


.03 


-.14 


-.13 


-.10 


.09 


.24 


._ 


-.02 


.00 


-.06 


-.09 


.06 


.03 


— 


-.05 


-.02 


.04 


.04 


.07 


.12 


-_ 


.06 


.17 


.17 


.12 


.12 


.17 


.17 


.15 


.02 




.28 


.27 


.27 


__ 


.22 


.11 


.12 


.07 


.07 


-- 


-.. 


.10 


.05 


.35 


.30 


.25 





-- 


-30 


-.15 


-.05 


.30 


.- 








-00 


-.35 


.10 


.25 


.15 


_.. 





-.15 


.45 


.15 


.35 


.15 


.33 


_- 


.20 


-.55 


-.25 


_. 


„ 


• • 


_- 


Unavailable 



_!/ Preliminary 



Zj Eevised 



U. 



S. Departinent of Agriculture, Statistical Eeporting Service 



- 23 ~ 

FLOfiin-i - SQUIVALEUT 'DK IRSE" PEICES - PER BOX 
SEriSOKS - 1946/47-1962-63 

U. S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Eeporting Service 



SE.133N 



ALL 
METHODS 
SALES 



SOLD SOLD for 

FHEffi PBOCESS- 
Ua; I DIG 



ALL 
LEEODS 
SALES 



SOLD 
USE 



SOLD for 
PIDCESS- 



AS 
t/EfflODS 

SALES 



SOLD 
FEE SI 
USE 



SOLD for 
PEOCE&- 
lUG 



1946-47 
1947-48 
1948-49 
1949-50 
1950-51 
1951 -:52 
1952-53 
1953-54 
1954-55 
1955-56 2/ 
1956-57 2/ 
1957-58 2/ 
1958-59 ^ 
1959-60 
1960-61 2/ 
1961-62 i/ 
1962-63 1/ 



1946-47 

1947-48 

1948-49 

1949-50 

1950-51 

1951-52 

1952-53 

1953-54 

1954-55 

1955-56 

1956-57 

1957-58 

1958-59 

1959-60 

1960-61 2/ 

1961-62 2/ 

1962-63 1/ 



1955-56 
1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 
1961-62 2/ 
1962-63 1/ 



All 

E A H G E S 



Early & Ivlidseason 

E A K G E S 
Including Ten5)les) 



.95 
.63 
1.39 
2.14 
1.65 
.80 
1.28 
1.26 
1.37 
1.85 



40 
14 
87 
96 
98 
66 



1.25 
.76 
1.47 
2-19 
1.76 
.86 
1.31 
1.39 
1.42 
1.86 
1.67 
2.C0 
2.78 
2.02 
3.15 
2.05 



.46 
.52 
1.29 
2.12 
1.57 
.76 
1.27 
1.20 
1.35 



.85 
.31 

.18 
.89 
.94 
.94 



1.56 



All 

GEAPEFEUIT 



.63 

.26 
.67 
1.79 
.94 
.52 
.76 
.49 
.63 
.57 
.89 
.98 
1.04 
1.05 
.96 
.68 



.94 

.52 

.95 

1.99 

1.22 

.81 

1.08 

.86 

.95 

.92 

1.36 

1.37 

i.36 

1.31 

1.24 

1.07 



.43 
.13 

.43 
L.63 
.70 
.12 
.40 
.11 
.24 
.20 
.44 
.63 
.75 
.76 
.66 
.26 



.84 
.66 
.75 
.80 
.46 
.70 
.12 
.10 
.12 
.71 
.45 
,56 
.66 
,87 
,90 
,90 



$ 1.14 
.71 
.78 
1.74 
1.58 
.78 
1.15 
1.23 
1.20 
1.69 
1.67 
1.51 
2.61 
2.00 
3.19 
2.31 



.25 
.62 
.71 
1.84 
1.38 
.65 
1.11 
1.05 
1.09 
1.72 
1.37 
1.58 
2.67 
1.82 
2.83 
1.80 



Seedless 
GEAPEFEUIT 



.64 

.33 

.85 

1.94 

1.09 

.74 

1.01 

.71 

.81 

.80 

1.12 

1.16 

1.20 

1.12 

1.03 

.76 



$ 



.91 

.59 
1.09 
2.12 
1.30 

.93 
1,21 

.95 
1.02 
1.01 
1.42 
1.46 
1.42 
1.33 
1.27 
1.10 



$ 



3.57 
2.52 
3.75 
3.55 

4.29 
4. SI 
3.36 



G E L S 


T E 
$ 1.68 


M P L E S 


3.85 


$ 1.45 


$ 1.75 $ 


2.80 


1.15 


1.97 


2.18 


4.25 


1.35 


2.33 


2.67 


3.80 


2.55 


2.87 


3.06 


4.95 


1.10 


2.41 


2.86 


5.55 


2.20 


3.43 


3.83 


4.20 


1.30 


2.17 


3.01 



.32 

.10 
.44 
1.62 
.59 
.05 
.36 
.05 
.16 
.19 
.33 
.53 
.P8 
.57 
.46 
.07 



1.45 
1.15 
1.43 
2.48 
1.58 
2.88 
1.33 



Late (Valencia) 
B A IT G S S 



$ 1 



10 
60 
2.16 
2.61 
1.87 
.93 
1.51 
1.45 
1.72 
2.04 
1.34 
3.17 
3.12 
2.07 
3.08 
1.40 



Seedy 

GEAPEFEi; 



1.42 


$ .67 


.82 


.41 


2.24 


2-06 


2.73 


2.52 


2.01 


1.79 


.97 


.90 


1.54 


1.49 


1.57 


1.39 


1.75 


1.71 


2.08 


2.02 


1.68 


1.22 


2.96 


3.23 


3.06 


3.13 


2.04 


2.08 


3.07 


3.08 


1.73 


1.33 



I T 



.62 
.20 
.50 
1.66 
.80 
.29 
.49 
.25 
.37 
.30 
.58 
.74 
.83 
.91 
.84 
.51 



.99 

.41 

.67 

1.72 

1.01 

.54 

.68 

.57 

.66 

.58 

1.03 

.98 

1.05 

1.10 

1.08 

.88 



.49 
.14 
.43 
1.64 
.74 
.14 
.42 
.14 
.28 
.21 
.47 
.68 
.78 
.88 
.78 
.43 



L/ llrst available at time of Smnsxy release 
^/ Bevi sed - 



- 29 - 

AUCTION SALES - BY lONTHS - FIOFJIIA. CITHJS - 1962-63 SEASQW 
CARS & PEE 30X AWF^W 



COMMDDIIY"" 
Ssction 



Sept. 



Oct. 



ivOV. 



Dec. 



Jan. 



Feb. 



lia.T. Apr- lilay 



June July 



TOTAL 



ORANGES 
Interior 

Ind. River 



Cars 70 60 167 102 37 23 

Avg. $ 7.91 5.94 4.76 4.94 8.05 6.67 

Cars 3 6 72 153 111 192 

Avg. S 7.29 6.67 5.28 5.95 9.04 8.19 



81 
6.51 


29 
6.62 


8 
9.12 


19 17 
7.86 7.28 


613 
$6.07 


248 
8.44 


202 
8.79 


9.37 


129 44 
9.88 10.04 


$S.43 



GRAPEFHJIT - jV H _I ^E 
Seed 
Interior 



Cars 1 9 6 2 17 11 

Avg. ^ 5.06 3.66 3.59 3.25 2.74 3.44 



Ind. River 



v^ars 

Avg. * 3.84 



4 2 

- 3.36 5.49 4.30 4.16 



See d_ less 
Interior 



Ind . River 



Cars 9 44 45 37 28 16 

Avg. $ 5.21 4.84 4.58 3.28 4.31 3.87 

Cars 2 41 79 123 133 209 

Avg. $ 5.09 6.63 5.85 6.71 6.64 6.09 



5 
3.49 


6 
4.07 


•• 


5.76 




- 


$3.51 


12 

4.00 


3 
4.63 


11 
5.47 


5 
6.16 




- 


* 27 
$4.81 


4 
4.87 


4 
3.88 


4 
6.67 


2 

7.72 


7 


.18 


$4.39 


391 

5.54 


357 
5.39 


352 

6.83 


171 
8.08 10 


15 
.36 


1,873 
|6;28 



PINK — 
Seed 
Interior 




2 4 

- 3.48 2.43 4.04 



1 
3.68 



Avg. 



24 



67 



31 



14 



10 



6.60 4.75 4.07 3.00 4.52 4.24 



Ind. River 



Cars 4 53 117 120 127 181 

^vg. $ 8.06 5.45 4.84 5.86 5.74 5.58 



1 
3.34 



2.96 4.32 5.64 



2 3- 

4.29 3.56 7.22 

229 198 235 

5.42 5.16 6.59 



1 

5.70 



8.06 



102 14 
7.50 7.77 



7 
$3.48 



, 3 

$5.01 



160 
$4.72 

1,380 
$5.81 



59 78 115 
3.27 3.67 4.45 3.81 



TE^JPLS ORt'iHGES - 4/^ ^u^, Bqx 

Jill Florida. 

Cars 
Avg. 3 

TAIIG5IBIIES - .4/JJ\ii Box — Including Tangelos, Morcotts, 

All Florida 

Cars - 3 201 320 55 47 

iivg. $ - 4.14 4.29 4.16 5.11 4.25 

TAIIGERDIES - ±/5 huBQ7i_— Stra i ght Cars -- 

All Florida ~ 

Cars - - 125 273 35 25 

*ivg. $ - 5.15 4.65 4.28 5.41 4.53 



999 13 
4.80 4.91 


1 
1.16 


- 


370 
$4.23 


Satsiitna.s, etc. 








27 9 1 
5.44 6.47 5.73 


- 


- 


663 
$4.37 


6 - - 
5.32 


- 


- 


* 464 
$4.50 



IiSade available 
throu^ the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State liarket Ne?rs Service 



30 



lEICglSD ^VEBk(S AOCTIOII PRICES - HjORim OBAHGES 
1962-63 SEASON 



Week 

Ending 



NEW YOEK CITY 



Interior 
Boxes 



Cars 



Avg. 



Siver 
Boxes 



Cars Avg. 



Temples 

4/5 Bu. 
Boxes 



Cars Avg. 



PH ILADELPE lA 



Interior 

Boxes 



Cars Avg. 



Indian 
Elver 

Boxes 
Cars! Avg. 



Temples 

4/5 Bu. 
Boxes 

Cars I Avg- 



1962 

Sfept.7 
14 
21 
28 

Oct. 5 
12 
19 
26 

Nov. 2 

9 

16 

23 

3D 

Dec. 7 

14 

21 

28 

1963 

Jan. 4 
11 
18 
25 

Feb. 1 

8 

15 

22 

Mar. 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

Apr. 5 
12 
19 
26 

May 3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

June 7 
14 
21 
28 

July 5 
12 
19 
26 



TOTALS 



$ 



18 

20 

19 

7 

1 

8 

16 

13 

18 

20 

31 

20 

10 

4 

7 

25 

7 

3 
9 
9 
5 
2 
4 
2 
1 
1 
3 
2 
7 
10 
6 

3 
2 
3 
3 

1 



1 
2 
2 
5 
2 
5 
2 
4 



7.26 

8.00 
8.30 
9.40 
7.28 
6.47 
5.62 
6.11 
5.58 
5.39 
4.47 
4.17 
4.50 
4.60 
5.52 
5.38 
5.51 

7.59 
7.89 
8.00 
8.35 
7.84 
6.06 
6.77 
7.58 
8.22 
7.91 
8.06 
6.37 
6.31 
6.14 

7.46 
8.84 
8.13 
9.57 
9.96 



8.64 
8.59 
7.61 
8.05 
7.56 
7.92 
7.74 
6.48 



333 6.44 



2 6.90 
- 7.44 



$ 



6.86 
5.62 
5.44 
6.22 
5.50 
4.66 
4.34 
4.92 
7.86 
7.32 

9.05 
8.91 
8.91 
9.18 
8.93 
7.42 
8.34 
9.28 
8.89 
9.75 
9.26 
7.94 
7.69 
8.13 
9.24 
9.38 
9.90 

25 10.06 

26 10.62 
40 9.81 

8.76 

9.33 

9.96 

10.02 

20 10.73 

19 10.56 

12 11.13 

9 11.02 

7 10.08 

7 9.88 



4 
2 
7 
10 
10 
18 
28 
25 
32 
15 

12 
16 
30 
22 
22 
40 
29 
24 
28 
22 
24 
37 
34 
36 
25 
29 
22 



45 
27 
22 
27 



891 8.61 



7 2.94 
11 4.10 
15 3.89 

8 3.35 



4 

14 

17 

19 

19 

19 

6 

16 

19 

14 

10 

9 

6 

4 

6 

3 

1 



5.01 
4.46 
4.23 
4.27 
3.29 
3.29 
4.84 



88 
70 
83 
19 
87 
17 



5.64 

5.44 
4.14 
3.28 



1 1.16 



228 4.27 



Total Sales, Fla. Oranges, 

excluding Temples 1,224 cars Avg. $8.02 



3 5.99 
2 7.07 
1 7.24 



1 
4 
5 
6 
9 
8 
10 
9 
6 
3 
4 
8 



7.44 
5.92 
6.23 
6.43 
6.14 
5.12 
4.35 
4.26 
3.38 
3.31 
3.75 
5.55 
7. 70 



1 8.08 



1 4.32 



2 
1 
2 
5 
8 
7 
10 
2 



4.51 
4.92 
4.84 
4.53 
4.25 
5.23 
7.94 
8.28 



1 


3.40 


2 


9.11 


6 


7.55 


3 


8.11 


3 


8.85 


3 


9.09 


1 


10.24 


8 


9.77 


1 


7.94 


8 


8.74 


9 


_ 


14 


7.35 


2 


5.63 


6 


7.86 


_ 


. 


5 


8.53 


2 


7.83 


7 


3.84 


1 


8.50 


7 


8.98 


2 


7.41 


9 


8.78 


9 


5.17 


11 


7.33 


5 


4.18 


13 


6.86 


2 


5.. 12 


12 


7.46 


3 


6.06 


11 


8.49 


2 


7.22 


8 


8.91 


1 


7.76 


11 


9.22 


- 


_ 


10 


10.01 


1 


9.90 


12 


9.74 


.. 


M. 


14 


9.76 


_ 


m. 


15 


8.45 


- 


- 


12 


7.79 


. 


_ 


4 


9.59 


2 


8.46 


4 


10.93 


2 


8.10 


6 


9.41 


3 


7.59 


3 


9.91 


1 


8.86 


1 


8.54 


1 


8.20 


2 


8.95 


- 


_ 


2 


6.84 


-. 


- 


1 


6.08 



130 5.83 



263 8.19 



_ 


3.27 


3 


3.02 


2 


3.88 


5 


3.94 


1 


3.61 


1 


4.53 


1 


4.58 


3 


4.38 


4 


4.50 


9 


3.53 


5 


3.39 


1 


4.25 


3 


4.72 


3 


4.54 


6 


4.86 


3 


4.89 


2 


4.91 


2 


4.52 


2 


4.23 


1 


4.65 


- 


4.55 



57 4.16 



Total Sales, Fla. Oranges, exclud- 
ing Taiiples 393 cars Avg. $7.41 



Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange 4 the Federal-State Market Hews Service 



- 31 - 

IffllGHIED AVEEMS AUCTION PRICES - FLOEIDA OHAHGES 
1962-63 SEASON 







BOS 


T 


N 






P ] 


[ T T S B UH GH 






Interior 


m 


lian 


Temples 


Interior 


Indian 


Tensplea 


Weak 






rer 


4/5 Bu. 






Biver 


4/5 Bu. 


Ending 


Boxes 


Boies 


Boxes 


Boxes 


Boxes 


..Boxes . 




Cars] 


ii.Vg. 


Cars 


Avg. 


Cars 


Avg- 


CarsI 


Avg. 


Cars 


Avg. 


Cars 


Avg. 


1962 


^ 




5 


> 


$ 


$ 




i 


$ 


apt. 7 


- 


- 


- 


- 






. 


«. 


— 


- 






14 


- 


- 


- 


- 






. ' 


-* 


- 


- 






21 


*m 


- 


- 


- 






• 


>~ 


- 


- 






28 


_ 


• 


- 


_ 






_ 


- 


_ 


• 






Oct. 5 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


. 


M 


. 


_ 


— 


- 


_ 


12 


. 


. 


.. 


. 


_ 


•• 


. 


4.52 


_ 


• 


_ 


_ 


19 


_ 


. 


. 


. 


. 


M 


1 


3.76 


w 


_ 


. 


— 


26 


_ 


_ 


1 


8.24 


« 


M 


1 


6.22 


. 


_ 


. 


.. 


Nov. 2 


— 


m 


1 


6.42 


— 


. 


4 


5.69 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


9 


. 


_ 


2 


5.70 


M 


. 


3 


5.03 


« 


_ 


« 


_ 


16 


» 


. 


2 


6.20 


• 


. 


1 


4.76 


. 


— 


_ 


- 


23 


« 


M 


4 


5.93 


. 


. 


1 


4.06 


. 


V 


_ 


_ 


3D 


_ 


_ 


5 


5.08 


_ 


. 


1 


4.12 


- 


- 


- 


— 


Dec. 7 


_ 


. 


7 


4.34 


1 


4.14 


4 


3.54 


.. 


.. 


_ 


» 


14 


. 


^ 


8 


4.12 


1 


3.52 


2 


3.61 


• 


* 


_ 


_ 


21 


1 


4.96 


10 


6.80 


1 


4.49 


5 


6.70 


V 


_ 


- 


. 


28 


- 


_ 


1 


7.32 


. 


3.70 


. 


6.30 


. 


. 


• 


4.27 


1963 


























Jan. 4 


. 


_ 


1 


9.48 


_ 


4.83 


^ 


^ 


. 


_ 


_ 


3.76 


11 


_ 


7.14 


4 


8.12 


• 


5.51 


.. 


.» 


1 


8.72 


• 


«. 


18 


. 


_ 


4 


9.31 


1 


5.45 


_ 


_ 


_ 


* 


.. 


_ 


25 


.. 


- 


4 


9.12 


3 


4.69 


_ 


_ 


1 


10.26 


2 


5.n3 


V9b. 1 


_ 


. 


7 


8.52 


2 


3.75 


_ 


8.32 


1 


9.SD 


1 


4.77 


8 


_ 


» 


10 


7.60 


7 


3.45 


_ 


• 


2 


8.96 


1 


3.92 


15 


_ 


• 


10 


7.49 


1 


3.73 


1 


7.12 


1 


6.85 


1 


3.89 


22 


. 


- 


7 


8.16 




5.81 


1 


8.00 




8.80 


1 


4.71 


Uar. 1 


_ 


- 


6 


9.66 


« 


. 


_ 




2 


9.07 


_ 


^ 


8 


- 


- 


7 


9.35 


2 


5.05 


1 


8.38 


1 


9. 60 


. 


_ 


15 


1 


8.60 


5 


8.99 


2 


5.01 


1 


6.46 


1 


8.54 


2 


3.77 


22 


2 


7.70 


11 


7.94 


3 


3.86 


5 


6.05 


1 


10.08 


. 


M 


29 


1 


4.70 


8 


7.42 


2 


3.22 


1 


5.50 


1 


8.04 


_ 


_ 


Apr. 5 


. 


• 


9 


7.35 


_ 


3.96 


. 


. 


_ 


8.64 


1 


4.37 


12 


•. 


• 


11 


8.02 


M 


4.52 


• 


. 


1 


9.30 


. 


_ 


19 


_ 


» 


6 


9.48 


. 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


. 


_ 


^ 


26 


— 


. 


11 


8.53 


. 


_ 


• 


- 


1 


10.08 


- 


- 


May 3 


_ 


1 


10 


9.10 


• 


. 


«. 


8.08 


1 


10.68 


- 


- 


10 


_ 


w 


5 


10.25 


_ 


.. 


. 


«, 


1 


9.44 


_ 


_ 


17 


. 


• 


6 


10.11 


• 


_ 


«. 


. 


•p 


_ 


. 


— 


24 


_ 


— 


6 


8.64 


« 


.. 


* 


mm 


. 


_ 


- 


- 


31 


M 


_ 


10 


7.67 


» 


. 


« 


» 


1 


10.82 


. 


_ 


June 7 


_ 


m. 


6 


7.45 


— 


_ 


• 


_ 


1 


10.60 


. 


_ 


14 


_ 


_ 


4 


8.76 


^ 


^ 


^ 


_ 


1 


10.34 


_ 


_ 


21 


« 


_ 


4 


7.33 


» 


_ 


1 


6.42 


. 


- 


_ 


_ 


28 


_ 


_ 


1 


8.58 


. 


« 


. 


- 


2 


6.13 


_ 


- 


July 5 


- 


- 


- 


- 






> 


- 


- 


- 






12 


. 


« 


2 


7.12 






_ 


_ 


- 


- 






19 


- 


_ 


1 


8,98 






_ 


- 


- 


- 






26 


1 


4.94 


- 


- 






— 


- 


— 


" 






TOTALS 


6 


6.43 


217 


7.84 


26 


4.04 


34 


5.52 


21 


9.10 


9 


4.36 


Total 


Sales, Fla. Oranges, 








Total Soles, Fla. Oranges, ( 


3xclud- 




ezclud. 


ing Terapl 


es 





223 cars Avg. 


$7.80 


ing Tenyles - 





55 cars Avg. 


$6.89 



Made available 
throu^ the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal -State Market News Service 



32 - 



HjORlm OHAHGES 













1962-63 SEASON 














CLEVELAND 


C 


H I C A G- 





Week 


Interior 


I?idian 
Eiver 


Tenjiles 
4/5 Bu. 


Interior 


Indian 
Biver 


Temples 
4/5 Bu. 


Ending 


_Bo?es 


Boxes 


,. Bpzes 


Boxes 


Boxes 


Boxes 




Cars 


Avg. 


Cars 


Avg. 


Cars 


Avg. 


Cars 


Avg. 


Cars 


Avg. 


Cars 


Avg. 


1962 


i 


i 




$ 


* 


i 


$ 


^t. 7 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 




14 


- 


— 


- 


- 




- 


- 


— 


— 




21 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


— 




28 


. 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


" 


" 




Oct. 5 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


12 


«. 


— 


- 


> 


.. _ 


- 


— 


— 


- 


- — 


19 


1 


3.16 


. 


_ 


_ - 


1 


3.62 


- 


- 


- 


26 


. 


«. 


- 


_ 


_ 


1 


6.20 


- 


- 


- 


Nov. 2 


. 


_ 


_ 


. 


~ .. 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- _ 


9 


_ 


^ 


1 


3.98 


.. _ 


2 


4.48 


— 


- 


- _ 


16 


1 


4.68 




- 


- - 


2 


4.50 


- 


- 


- 


23 


2 


4.76 


. 


- 


-. 


1 


3.52 


- 


-. 


- 


30 


2 


3.86 


_ 


.. 


_ — 


1 


3.42 


■. 


- 


- - 


Dec. 7 


3 


3.62 


* 


_ 


_ _ 


4 


3.48 


- 


- 


- 


14 


1 


3.58 


-. 


« 


. _ 


3 


4.16 


- 


— 


- 


21 


2 


6.68 


- 


- 


- 


2 


4.78 


- 


- 


2 3.07 


28 


_ 


. 


. 


. 


.. . 


m. 


— 


— 


— 


— * 


1963 






















Jan. 4 
11 
18 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- — 


I 


I 


^ 


^ 


- 5.00 


^ 


^ 


_ 


^ 


4 4.47 


25 


«, 


_ 


• 


• 


1 4.04 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


2 5.14 


Feb. 1 


. 


• 


— 


» 


1 3.80 


3 


6.17 


1 


8.56 


4 4.20 


8 


1 


4.08 


— 


_ 


3 3.11 


«. 


_ 


2 


7.16 


6 3.24 


15 


2 


6.96 


• 


« 


» « 


. 


. 


2 


8.79 


— — 


22 




- 


- 


. 


» . 


- 


_ 


1 


9.42 


2 5.46 


Max. 1 


I 


_ 


- 


. 


• - 


«. 


. 


2 


9.90 


3 5.41 


8 


1 


7.94 


. 


. 


• ». 


2 


8.52 


2 


8.16 


4 4.86 


15 


1 


7.42 


1 


8.45 


- _ 


. 


8.34 


2 


8.7S 


4 4.88 


22 


2 


6.77 


1 


8.88 


— — 


3 


5.61 


1 


9.78 


2 5.02 


^ 


3 


6.25 


- 


- 


— • 


_ 


« 


3 


7.30 


1 4.23 


Apr. 5 


2 


6.14 


- 


8.58 


_ • 


. 


_ 


2 


8.45 


- 4,45 


12 


2 


5.78 


1 


8.10 


~ . 


1 


5.96 


2 


9.39 


- 3.69 


19 


— 


- 


. 


9.60 


_ 


. 


. 


1 


9.96 


^ » 


26 


- 


- 


1 


9.44 


. 


_ 


_ 


1 


10.28 


m. » 


May 3 


- 


- 


1 


8.40 


— • 


» 


« 


1 


8.08 


. *, 


10 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- . 


_ 


_ 


1 


8.08 


» *■ 


17 




.. 


1 


9.54 


« M 


^ 


,. 






M> ^ 


24 




- 


1 


10.42 


■• w 


^ 


^ 


1 


10.94 


•• — 


31 


I 


- 


1 


9.86 


— _ 


^ 


^ 


2 


8-50 


_ «* 


June 7 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


. _ 


^ 


^ 


1 


10.74 


. «■ 


14 


- 


- 


1 


9.66 


— * 


^ 


^ 


2 


9.82 


m. *• 


21 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


10.32 


- 


28 


— 


~ 


— 


_ 


-• _ 


^ 


„ 


^ 


_ 


■* • 


July 5 


- 


_ 


- 


.. 




^ 


_ 


,^ 


^, 




12 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_, 


_. 


_ 


^ 




19 


- 


- 


- 


_ 




. 


_ 


_ 


^ 




26 


"" 


■■ 


— 


- 




1 


5.62 


- 


- 




TOIALS 


26 


5.47 


10 


8.67 


5 3.43 


27 


4.98 


31 


8.90 


34 4.44 


Total 


Bales, Fla. Oranges, 






Total 


Sales. 


Fla. Oranses. 


exclud- 


exclud. 


ing Tenip 


les - - 


- - 


36 cars Avg. $6.36 


ing Temp les - 




58 cars Avg. $7.07 



Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State L&rket News Service 



- 33 - 

WEifflTEi) Avsmcs: auction prices - ?Loaiia. oRr^Ncass 

1962-63 SASOK 



S T. 



LOUIS 



D E T E IT 



Interior 
Bozes 



Cars Avg. 



Indian 
River 

Bozes 
Cars I Avg. 



Tanples 

4/5 Bu. 

Boxes 

Cars I Avg. 



Interior 
Bozes 



Cars Avg. 



Bozes 



lan 
iver 



Cars Avg. 



Teiqples 

4/5 Bu. 

Bozes 

Cars I Avg- 



1 4.42 

2 3.36 

2 4.29 

2 7.57 



1 6.30 
1 5.22 



m. 


7.00 


1 


4.09 


» 


4.20 


1 


5.84 


3 


5.56 


3 


4.81 


2 


4.48 


3 


4.10 


4 


3.42 


3 


3.76 


6 


5.45 


- 


7.00 



1 5.78 



T 



2 3.60 



2 4.70 



1 


7.91 


_ 


8.04 


4 


3.94 


- 


3.99 


. 


. 


3 


3.07 


2 


6.83 


- 


7.43 


- 


- 


1 


9.50 


^ 


9.20 


_ 


_ 


2 


7.83 


« 


. 


* 


— 


1 


8.90 


- 


« 


. 


_ 


5 


6.66 


. 


. 


_ 


4.65 


4 


6.40 


1 


6.96 


. 


5.18 


3 


6.01 


_ 


_ 


. 


4.08 


1 


7.82 


« 


3.96 


_ 


» 


_ 


- 


1 


8.90 


_ 


— 


1 


9.00 


_ 


. 


_ 


•• 


- 


_ 


2 


8.02 


. 


. 


- 


- 


1 


8.26 


- 


- 


^ 


_ 


. 


11.30 


^ 


_ 


- 


- 


2 


7.67 


- 


- 



9 5.15 



Total Sales, Fla. Oranges, 
excluding lenples - - - - 



9 Cars Avg. 4/5.15 



48 5.73 



7 7.93 



11 3.78 



Total Sales, Fla. Oranges, ezclud- 

ing Teccples 55 cars Avg. $6.01 



Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service 



34 



TOCIfflimi AVCTiACE ADCTinW PBICES > nCBim 0BAM(5:S 
1962.63 SSASOK 




fept 



Oct. 



ITov. 



Dec. 



1963 
tJeET 



, 7 
14 
21 
28 

5 
12 
19 
26 

2 

9 
16 
23 
3D 

7 
14 
31 
28 

4 
j.l 

18 



Feb. 1 

8 

15 

22 

1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

5 

12 

19 

26 

3 

10 

17 

24 

31 

June 7 

14 

21 

28 

July 5 

13 

19 

26 



Apr. 



USay 



21 
22 
SO 
7 
2 
12 
25 

a 

32 
36 
39 
35 
25 
22 
22 
51 
7 



1 
4 
6 
8 
3 
6 
2 
6 



7.08 
7.92 
8.25 
9.40 
7.36 
6.29 
5.43 
6.21 
5.76 
5.26 
4.48 
4.22 
3.98 
3.68 
4.40 
5.65 

5.a 



4 


7.79 


IS 


7.75 


12 


8.21 


6 


8.66 


7 


7.15 


5 


5.56 


9 


6.61 


2 


7.78 


4 


8.35 


10 


8.12 


8 


7.79 


34 


6.08 


25 


5.75 


13 


5.95 


7 


6.22 


5 


7.36 


4 


8.61 


3 


8.13 


4 


9.65 


1 


9.96 



8.64 
8.52 
7.27 
7.83 
7.99 
V.97 
7.74 
6.08 



3 


7.29 


- 


7.44 


6 


6.67 


3 


5.89 


12 


5.21 


13 


6.12 


16 


5.53 


28 


4.71 


43 


4.32 


40 


4.81 


52 


7.67 


IB 


7.42 


15 


9.09 


24 


8.67 


37 


8.57 


35 


9.34 


39 


8.82 


68 


7.47 


48 


S.09 


37 


8.97 


45 


9.04 


39 


9.45 


42 


9.06 


62 


7.91 


60 


7.45 


59 


7.89 


51 


8.80 


45 


9.31 


47 


9.42 


SO 


9.72 


46 


10.22 


61 


9.82 


68 


8.74 


55 


8.64 


34 


9.51 


39 


9.97 


31 


10.02 


25 


10.05 


13 


10.93 


13 


10.10 


10 


9.32 


8 


9.41 



. 


3.27 


11 


3.07 


14 


4.03 


25 


3.84 


9 


3.38 


5 


4.93 


15 


4.47 


27 


4.36 


31 


4.44 


40 


3.58 


44 


3.31 


9 


4.55 


22 


4.91 


25 


4.77 


26 


4.86 


21 


4.93 


16 


4.71 


11 


4.62 


7 


5 .05 


7 


5.3:5 


3 


4.14 


1 


3.23 



I.IC 



TOTALS 


613 6.07 1,440 


8.43 


370 4.23 


TOTAL SALES 


- FLOBIDA OHAHGES, excluding TEMPLES ■ 




- - 2,053 caXB Avg. $7.73 



Bote- Cinnati not included - no auction sales during the 1962-63 season. 

ijade available 
throu^ the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State terket News Service 



- 35 



WKMTSD AVSMCZ AUCTION PRICE g - TT/?T^ TriA (3RAPEFHJIT 
1 962-6o SEASON 











N E 


w y R 


K C I T 


Y 












WH ; 


[ T E 




PINK 


Week 
Ending 


SEED 


SEEDLESS 


SEED 


SEEDLESS 


Interior 


teieT 


Interior 


Ipdian 
Hiver 


Interior 


Indian 
River 


Interior 


Indian 
River 




t'ars.Avg. 


Cars 


|ivg. 


CarsfAvg. 


CarsjAvg. 


CarsfAvg. 


Car Avg. 


CarsfAvg. 


CarB|4.vg. 


1962 


* 


$ 


% 


* 


* 


$ 


« 


-!> 


S^. 7 


- - 


- 


3.84 


4 3.06 


1 4.82 


- - 


- 


- 2.82 


- 


14 


_ _ 


.. 


- 


_ _ 


. « *. 


— 


. • 


-* *> 


. . 


a 


1 5.06 


* 


. 


1 6.94 


. . 


« . 


. . 


4 6.08 


. M 


28 


- 6.62 


- 


- 


- 6.60 


. . 


_ 


•. 


9 6.46 


3 9.0"^ 


Oct. 5 


1 4.16 


- 


— 


8 5.10 


8 7.35 


.. _ 


- - 


15 4.64 


9 '^.OO 


12 


2 3.90 


_ 


. 


3 6.01 


7 7.71 


. _ 


. . 


7 5.65 


5 6.40 


19 


3 3.40 


- 


. 


6 5.21 


10 6.62 


_' _ 


* •• 


6 4.65 


9 5.38 


26 


- 3.44 


_ 


_ 


7 4.48 


11 6.08 


_ 


. . 


3 3.96 


9 5JD4 


Nov. 2 


- 3.52 


- 


.. 


7 4.20 


12 5.93 


_ _ 


- • 


4 3.86 


8 5.23 


9 


_ M, 


_ 


• 


5 4.66 


14 5.43 


_ . 


_ _ 


2 4.25 


10 5.50 


16 


2 3.72 


_ 


• 


5 5.49 


8 6.77 


» « 


. . 


6 4.28 


17 4.91 


23 


1 3.04 


« 


3.32 


5 4.94 


9 6.54 


_ _ 


. «. 


2 3.96 


11 4.61 


30 


2 4.29 


. 


. 


4 4.73 


11 6.54 


. . 


. . 


1 4.72 


17 4.28 


Dec. 7 


- 3.11 


_ 


- 


2 4.05 


23 5.50 


« _ 


« •> 


2 3.13 


21 4.04 


14 


. — 


_ 


_ 


- 3.92 


17 5.78 


_ «, 


* — 


- 3.84 


12 4.85 


21 


1 2.47 


- 


5.49 


4 3.46 


25 8.37 


. 


— • 


3 4.23 


22 7.48 


28 


- .78 


_ 


. 


6 1.66 


9 7.89 


. » 


— w 


2 1.21 


12 5.45 


1963 




















Jan. 4 


■~ mm 


- 


m. 


3 4.89 


4 9.12 


_ _ 


« « 


1 4.38 


8 6.15 


11 


2 3.58 


1 


3.80 


2 3.76 


26 6.01 


. - 


— « 


2 4.43 


30 5.01 


18 


— - 




4,22 


1 4.67 


20 6.31 


» « 


. _ 


2 4.54 


27 5.04 


25 


- - 


.- 


- 


2 4.49 


22 7.48 


- 5.56 


- 


2 5.46 


17 6.64 


Feb. 1 


2 3.68 


- 


_ 


4 3.59 


16 7.32 


1 4.84 


. — 


1 3.17 


22 5.80 


8 


3 3.67 


~ 


4.28 


2 5.15 


i,2 6.43 


. 


- 3.66 


- 5.05 


19 5.60 


15 


- 3.77 


1 


3.98 


- 4. SO 


2^ 5.12 


2 3.70 


1 3.38 


- 4.44 


20 5.12 


22 


. . 


1 


4.34 


- 5.66 


33 6.13 


1 3.92 


_ . 


. _ 


17 5.61 


Uar. 1 


2 4.08 


- 


4.42 


. _ 


41 5.65 




. — 


M — 


23 5.55 


8 


- - 


3 


4.47 


- - 


33 5.90 


- . 


- • 


• - 


19 5.57 


15 


- _ 


1 


4.22 


. — 


50 5-51 


• «> 


- 


• .• 


10 5.78 


22 


1 3.70 


?. 


4.37 


- 


40 5.52 


- 3.-t6 


- 5.66 


2 4.29 


20 5.30 


29 


1 3.50 


4 


3.80 


• • 


36 5.78 


— « 


. . 


m^ ^ 


31 4.96 


Apr. 5 


1 3.76 


1 


4.52 


- 3.76 


39 6.26 


. - 


* . 


2 3.31 


33 5.13 


12 


3 4.10 


1 


4,82 


2 3.61 


47 5.bl 


— • 


_ _ 


1 3.06 


27 4.77 


19 


a 4.17 


. 


4.02 


2 4.16 


47 5.18 


— _ 


^ » 


» ^ 


24 4.72 


26 


- _ 


1 


4.56 


— . 


53 5.40 


. _ 


» _ 


_ _ 


17 5.11 


May 3 


- 


2 


4.34 


- - 


54 5.67 


- . 


. • 


_ 


22 5.43 


10 


- _ 


5 


5.44 


- _ 


27 7.27 


mm mm 


_ . 


_ 


25 6.11 


17 


_ . 


- 


- 


- _ 


46 7.51 


— mm 


- e.08 


_ « 


29 6.56 


24 


« . 


1 


5.60 


_ » 


38 7.19 


— _ 


. _ 


« _ 


35 6.52 


31 


— • 


3 


6.25 


2 7.4.\ 


24 7.77 


_ 


_ . 


. . 


26 7.44 


June 7 


- - 


1 


5.88 


1 8.16 


24 8.01 


— -. 


- 


. _ 


23 7.51 


14 


— ■ — 


. 


_ 


_ .. 


29 8.10 


_ — 


^ 


_ . 


28 7.70 


21 


- - 


_ 


• 


- ■ ■ - 


23 8.47 


- - 


1 5.70 


_ 


12 S.00 


28 


_ 


1 


6.56 


- 


16 9.52 


. . 


_ _ 


- _ 


17 7.91 


July 5 


- _ 


- 


. 


w 


11 9.42 


— • 


- _ 


_ _ 


10 7.36 


12 


. — 


. 


• 


.. .. 


2 15. 31 


• . 


— . 


_ _ 


4 8.60 


19 


- - 


- 


« 


» « 


- _ 


• 


- - 


_ _ 


_ 


26 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- - 


- - 


TOTALS 


30 3.80 


30 


4.81 


88 4.49 


1014 6.48 


4 4.04 


2 4.69 


79 4.69 


760 5.82 


Toted £ 


Sales. Fie,. 


grapefrui-t 


., all varieties & sectic 


trtQ « * _ M 


r 


J ,007 cars Avg. $6.00 


'XXO — ^ ^ ^ 


^ ^ ^ K 










Made availab] 


e 








throu^ 


the coopere 


it ion 


of tl 


le Florida Citrus Exchange & the Fee 


Leral-State Market Ne 


)ws Service 











36 



T EKSIED .a VEBtiGE . aUCTIOW PSICSS - FlOBIIla. GB6PEFHJIT 
1963-63 SEUSDH 



Weak 
Ending 



1962 

&pt. 7 
14 
21 
28 

Oct. 5 
12 
19 
26 

Nov. 2 
9 

16 
23 
30 

Dec. 7 

14 

21 

28 

1963 

Jon. 4 
11 
18 
25 

Feb. 1 

8 

15 

22 

Mar. 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

Apr. 5 
12 
19 
26 

May 3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

June 7 
14 

a 

28 
July 5 
12 
19 
26 



PH ILADELPH lA 



WHITE 



Interior 



SEED 
Rive 



Cars Avg 



liver 



CarslAvg 



SEEDLESS 



Interior 



•van 
iver 



CarsjAvgT Cars|Avg. 



TOTALS 



3.62 

3.18 
3.66 

2.4i 
2.86 



4.04 
2.78 

2.79 
2.25 
1.85 



3 3.73 
3 2.77 



1 2.10 



14 2.92 



- 3.40 



4.76 



3.88 
4.06 



- 4.16 



2 6.03 
1 6.32 

- 6.05 



3 6.13 



X 



PINK 



SEED 



Interior 



Cars I Avg • 



T 



1 



ipdian 
'iver 



Car|Avg. 



SEEDLE SS 



Interior 
Cars |Avg^ 



-m 



lan 
iver 



T" 



Cars|Avg. 



1 5.36 



2 4.34 



4.64 
3.57 
3.86 
4.38 

3.88 
3.80 
3.42 
3.76 
2.47 
2.40 

3.44 
3.05 
2.72 



1 3.84 
1 2.10 



5.68 
5.40 
4.69 
4.71 
4.21 
7.02 
5.01 
5.12 
4.97 
4.98 
7.70 
7.01 



6.55 
5.22 
4.71 
4.68 
3.98 
3.77 



1 3.78 
3 3.61 
- 3.18 



- 4.02 



1 4.90 



2 


6.27 


8 


5.66 


5 


6.14 


4 


6.80 


5 


6.37 


7 


5.42 


8 


5.29 


9 5.08 


11 


5.03 


9 


4.86 


7 


5.36 


7 


5.62 


10 


4.84 


11 


4.77 


9 


5.54 


6 


5.35 


11 


5.54 


11 


5.24 


5 6.04 


6 


7.63 


7 


6.74 


6 7.08 


6 


8.19 


9 


7.57 


6 


7.22 


2 


8.60 



2 2.43 



1 4.02 
1 2.52 



1 3.60 



6.76 



1 5.64 
I 6.88 



- 9.56 



110.88 



24 3.67 



224 5.84 



2 2.43 1 5.64 



Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit, all varieties & sections 



1 5.08 



41 
73 

54 
30 
95 
39 
54 
31 
63 
16 
73 
72 
41 



1 


6.20 


6 5.25 


5 


5.90 


3 


6.94 


5 


6.62 


6 5.90 


5 


5.66 


8 


5.17 


6 


5.37 


7 


5.12 


4 


5.90 


8 


5.64 


7 


4.81 


10 


5.00 


4 


5.46 


4 


5.65 


7 


5.72 


5 


5.40 


6 


6.36 


4 


7.81 


9 


6.53 


5 


6.71 


2 


7.84 


1 


8.11 



18 4.49 174 5.71 



460 cars Avg. $5.52 



Made available 
throu^i the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal -State Market News Service 



37 - 



iii^.T;rJT'rRn aVEBi^GS AUCTI3H PRICES - FLORim GBttPlCTUIT 
1962-63 .gg jAgciiN 



Week 
Ending 



B . 



WHITE 



Interior 



Cars Avg 



SEE D 

Jndiein 



<iver 



Cars Avg 



SEED L ESS 
Indian 



Interior 



Cars Avg 



River 
Cars Avg ■ 



PINE 



SEED 



Interior 



Cars Avg. Car|Avg 



'Indian 
^iver 



SE3DLE SS 



Interior 



Cars jAvg . 



1^ 
hiv< 



lan 
iver 



Cars Avg 



1962 
Sept. 7 
14 

a 

28 

Oct. 5 
12 
19 
26 

Nov. 2 
9 

16 
23 
30 

Dec. 7 

14 

21 

28 

1963 

Jein. 4 
U 
18 
25 

Feb. 1 

8 

15 

22 

Ubx. 1 

3 

15 

22 

29 

Apr. 5 
12 
19 
26 

Ua^ 3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

June 7 
14 

28 

Jiily 5 
12 
19 
26 



- - - - 4.90 - _ _ _ - _ 4 4.68 

- - - 4.80 . - - _ - - 5 4.55 

- - 2 5.18 - - - - - - 2 6.83 

1 5.76 - _ _ - _ - 3 4,97 
-- -____-_- 4 4.73 

- - - 2 5.28 _ - _ - _ - 3 4.79 

- - 3 4.79 - _ _ _ . . 3 5.48 

- - 2 7.90 - _ _ _ - - 4 6.91 
-- -- -7.68 _._- >_ 2 6.52 

-- -7.62 _--- -_ 1 8.02 

2 4.40 1 5.66 3 5.93 - - - _ l 4.62 4 5.54 

3 5.72 - - - _ 1 4.12 5 5.09 

2 6.44 - . - - - _ 3 7.12 
1 3.76 4 5.75 _ - - - - _ 3 6.12 

- - - 3 5.91 - - - - _ _ 5 5.45 

8 5.17 - - _ _ - - 6 5.22 

- 3.94 - - 8 4.79 - - _ - _ _ 8 4.60 

- - - 6 4.94 - - - _ - _ 6 4.98 

- - 10 5.18 _ - . - - - 6 5.36 
-- 11 4.87 _--_ __ 4 5.58 

1 3.24 - - 9 4.51 _ - - - _ - 8 4.60 

- - - 8 4.71 1 3.34 - - - - 6 4.21 

12 4.41 _ - - - _ - 4 5.10 

8 5.23 - - _ - - - 5 5.32 

- - - 8 4.95 - - - - - - 5 4.86 

- - 13 4.31 - - _ - - - 3 5.56 

10 5.20 . _ - - - - 2 5.84 

- - - - 3 6.33 - _ - - _ _ 4 e.78 

- - 6 7.36 - - - . - - 2 7.72 

- - - 7 7.02 - - - - - - 5 6.90 

- - 3 8.05 -. _ - _ _ - 4 7.10 

7 7,78 - - _ _ - - 3 6.77 

- - 8 7.18 _ - _ - _ - 2 7.97 

4 6.90 - _ - - _ - 1 5.90 

- - 4 7.12 - - - _ - - 1 5.26 



TOIJLS - _ 3 4.01 


2 4.71 178 5.53 1 3.34 - 


2 4.37 136 5.52 


Total Sales, Fla. gr^efruit, 


all varieties & sections ■ 


322 cars Avg. $5.49 



Mode available 
throu^ the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Maricet News Service 



- 38 - 

WEIGBTED AVERaPJ: aUCTION PEICES - vr.nPTDA GBgPEFBUIT 
1962-63 SEd.9DN 



Week 
Eliding 



1962 



PITTSBUE G H 



WHITE 



Interior 
Cars |Avg- 



SEE D 

ndian 



iver 



Cars|Avg- 



SEE DI E S S 
Indian" 



Interior 



Cars Avg 



River 



CarslAvg- 



PINK 



SEED 



Interior 



CaJs|Avg» 



ndian 
,iiver .. 

Car lAvi 



I: 



S E E D L ESS 

Indiao" 



Interior 



^axs 



El 



X 



Biver 
"CaxsjAvg. 



__ ._ _.>__-! 6.42 

-7.70 - 2 7.32 

1 5.10 - 5 4.97 1 4.72 

. - - - 1 4.58 2 4.94 

2 4.70 - - _ - - - 1 4.30 

- 2 4 12 -- __-- -— — - 
I Z > 1 3*34 - - _ - _ - 1 3.88 - 5.58 
_ - - 1 4.70 1 4.44 . _ - - - - 1 3.80 

- - _ _ - 1 5.04 

1 4.84 1 5.12 - _ - _ 1 4.34 1 5.52 
_ - - 2 3.98 1 4.48 _ - _ - - 3.78 4 4.11 
_ _ _ 2 4.42 -7.74 _-_- -- 1 5.58 

2 4.02 3 5.26 - - _ - - - 2 5.02 

1 6.46 17. 52 __-- -- 2 8.06 

- - - 1 8.86 - _ _ - - - - 7.78 

- _ . - 5.76 - - _ _ _ - 2 5.14 

- _ _ 3 4.40 4 6.38 - _ - - - 4.96 1 6.30 
_ - _ 1 4.14 3 6.23 _ _ _ _ 1 4.54 2 5. 36 

2 7.73 - - _ _ - - 1 7.17 
--- -- 37. 17 -„__ 1 5.42 2 6.85 

- - - 1 5.22 3 6.26 - _ - - - - 4 6.46 

2 4.55 5 5.79 . - - _ 1 2.55 5 5.30 
_ _ - - 3.98 6 5.61 _ _ _ _ - _ 4 5.13 

- _ - - - 6 5.35 _ _ - - - - 5 4.86 

- _ - - 5.24 4 6.27 - _ _ - - - 2 5.94 
_ - - - - 6 5.74 _ _ _ . - - 3 5.64 

1 3.20 - - 5 5.85 - - _ - _ - 2 5.58 

- - - - _ 6 5.01 - -- - - - 37. 45 

7 4.94 . - - - _ » 3 5.60 

5 5.63 - - - - - - 3 6.41 

5 5.96 _ _ - _ _ - 3 6.37 

5 5.65 - _ - _ - - 2 6.14 

_ - _ - - 5 6.02 _ - _ - - - 2 5.69 

- - - 4 6.09 _ - _ - _ - 1 6.31 

4 8.06 - _ - - _ - 1 8.16 

- - - - - 5 7.41 _ _ - _ - _ 1 7.24 

1 6.96 37. 59 _--- -- 1 7.69 

3 8.34 - _ _ - _ - 1 6.18 
5.76 - - 1 7.28 3 5.70 - _ - - _ - 2 5.66 

- - - - - 2 7.04 ____ _- -_ 



TO'iALS 



5.76 1 3.20 



24 4.70 112 6.10 



17 5.05 69 5.81 



Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit, all varieties & sections 



223 cars Avg. $5.77 



Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal -State Market News Service 



- 39 - 

TOIffllEI) AVEBkCE AUCTION PRICES - FLOaim GBrtPEFBUIT 
1962-63 SEA93N 



Ifeek 
Ending 



CLEVELAND 



WHITE 



Interior 



SEE D 

ndian 



Cars |Avg ■ 



M. 



ver 



CarslAvg. 



SEED L ESS 

Itidian" 
River 



Interior 



CarslAvg- 



CarslAvg. 



PINK 



SEED 



Interior 



Cars I Avg . 



Riyi 



lan 
ver 



Cor I Avg • 



SEEDLE SS 



Interior 



Cars jAvg ■ 



"Indian" 
Bivar 



CarsjAv^ 



T 

---- »- -- --._ 1 5.44 - - 

---- -- -_»__- 1 4^0 2 4.17 

1 3.42 -- -- _>__ 

_ - - - - . 1 4.80 Z _ - - - - - 4.60 

_ 5.22 __-- _- 14. 98 

_ - - - - - 1 4.80 - > _ _ - - _ 4.&) 

- - - - - - 1 4.08 - _ . _ _ - 1 4.40 

- - 1 6.92 - - - _ _ - 2 6.82 

- - - - - - 1 6.70 - - - _ . _ - 7.54 

1 4.10 _ _ _ - _ - 1 4.46 

2 4.54 - 4.54 _ _ - _ _ _ 1 4.32 

2 5.17 2 5.74 - 1 5.08 

- _ - - - 2 5.45 - _ - _ - _ _ 6.02 

- 6.41 _ _ _ « - _ 2 5.62 

- - - - - 7.41 - - - _ - - 2 6.26 

1 6.55 - 3 5.44 

_ - - - - 4 5.38 _ _ _ _ _ _ 3 5.67 

2 5.27 4 5.20 

- - - - - - 4 5.03 _ _ _ _ - - 1 5.04 

- - - - - - 3 5.01 - _ _ - - - 4 5.29 

- - - - - 5 4.66 - _ - 2.27 _ _ 2 4.84 

- ._ - - - - 5 5.04 _ - _ _ _ _ 2 5.20 
---- -- 54.70 -_-_ _- 2 5.43 

- - - - - - 4 4.75 _ - _ _ - _ 2 5.64 
---- -- 45. 09 ___- _- 2 6.33 

- - - - - - 3 4.99 - - _ 4.32 , _ 1 4.32 

- - - - - - 5 5.12 - _ - 5.34 - _ 1 4.58 

- - - _ - - 3 5.68 _ - _ _ - _ 2 6.12 

47. 31 -_-_ __ 2 7.04 

3 7.31 - 1 8.58 

- _ - _ - _ 1 8.42 _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 8.76 

- - - - - - 1 8.84 . _ _ - - - 1 7.24 

- - - - - 1 7.40 _ _ _ - - 5.87 - 6.18 



1962 

Sept. 7 
14 
21 
28 

Oct. 5 
12 
19 
26 

Nov. 2 
9 

16 
23 
30 

Dec. 7 

14 

21 

28 

1963 

Jan. 4 
11 
18 
25 

Feb. 1 

8 

15 

22 

Mar. 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

Apr. 5 
12 
19 
26 

Hay 3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

June 7 
14 
21 
28 

July 5 
12 
19 
26 



aX)TALS 1 3.42 


4 4.85 68 5.48 


- - 4.31 


2 4.72 47 5.61 


Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit, 


all varieties & sections - - - 




122 cars Avg. $5.48 



Made avedlable 
through tiie cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service 



- 40 - 

TOTrMTTO AVFT^AfS AICTIOK PRICES - FLORi m GB&PEFHJI T 
1962-63 SEA90N 



Weak 
Ending 



1962 

Sept. 7 

14 

21 

28 

Oct. 5 

12 

19 

26 

Nov. 2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

Dec. 7 

14 

21 

28 

1963 

Jan. 4 

11 

18 

25 

Feb. 1 

8 

15 

22 

Mar. 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

Apr- 5 

' 12 

19 

26 

May 3 

10 

17 

24 

31 

June 7 

14 

21 

28 

jTily 5 

12 

19 

26 



H 



WHITE 



I nterior 
Cars lAvg • 



S E E D 

Indian 



T 



Biver 



Cars |Avg 



SEEDLESS 



Interior 
CarslAvg^ 



lan 
Siver 



CarslAvg. 



PINE 



SEED 



Interior 



CarslAv g." CarlAvg. 
— i ° 5—*^ 



Iijdian 
Eiver 



SE E D L E S S 
Ij^dian 



Interior 
Cars|Avg ~ 



Eiver 



CarslAvg. 



6.44 
7.10 
6.29 
4.61 
4.68 
4.28 
3.50 

4.9i 
5.21 
5.36 

4.14 



1 7.04 



1 5.46 

I 6.14 

1 5.38 

2 4.64 



2 5.04 
- 4.32 

1 4.76 

2 4,30 
2 3.79 



.81 
.60 



5.78 
5.90 
5.98 
6.21 
9.11 
8.79 



- 4.20 
1 3-55 



1 1.30 



5.44 
5.53 
4.84 
5.23 
5.77 
6.76 
5.36 
6.00 
5.12 
6.32 
8.60 
8.74 



1 4.96 -- __-- -- 

2 4.26 4 7-39 _ _ _ - - - 3 

1 3.03 4 7.95 . _ - - _ - 2 
_- 38. 87 __-- -- 

6.20 1 3.30 4 8.08 _ _ _ _ - 5.80 

_ _ 6 7.14 - _ - _ - - 4 

2 3.40 7 5.55 - - _ - 2 3.95 9 

5 5.48 - 7 

_ _ 5 6.85 _ _ _ - - - 4 

1 4.28 8 6.59 _ . - - - - 3 

9 5.75 _ . - - - - 5 

4 6.23 - - _ _ - - 4 

6 5.64 . - _ - - - 7 

- - 9 5.00 _ - _ _ - - 6 
_ - -. 6 6.08 _ _ - - _ - 4 

6 5.53 _ - - _ - - 5 
9 5.60 _ - - _ - _ 3 

_ - 8 5.80 - _ - _ - - 5 

7 6.27 _ _ _ _ _ - 3 

- 6.41 77. 38 ____ _- 3 

10 7.53 _ - _ _ _ - 4 

57. 46 -___ __ 5 

4 8.36 - - - _ _ _ 3 

- _ 5 8.63 - _ _ _ . - 1 

- 9.08 4 8.36 - - - _ - 8.14 
-- 29. 40 --__ __ 

- 7.18 1 10.24 _ _ _ _ _ _ 



TOTALS 



5.20 



26 4.63 164 6.66 



12 4.23 111 6.10 



Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit, all varieties & sections 



313 cars Avg- $6.20 



Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service 



41 



TEIgfTED AVEHAGE AUCTION PRICES - FL05im GB^EFHJIT 
1963-63 SEASON 



S T. 



WHITE 



FINK 



SEED 



Interior 



Car s |a vg . Car s | Avg 



Jiidian 
Hiver 



SEEDLESS 



Interior 



Cars Avg 



Indian 

fliver 



Interior 



S E E D 

Ipdian 



Cars I Avg 



Cars lAvg 



ilAvg. CaTJ. 



Hiver 



Car |Avg ■ 



SEEDLE SS 



Interior 



CarslAvg. 



^ 



ndian 
iver 



Cars Avg 



1 6.G4 



- 3.48 



3.38 



1 6.34 



5.78 



1 3.82 



1 5.02 



1 


7.08 


2 


6.88 


1 


6.52 


2 


6.82 


2 


6.72 


1 


6.34 


1 


6.28 


1 


6.22 


1 


6.52 


2 


6.65 


2 


6.70 


2 


6.27 


1 


6.02 


2 


6.34 


1 


6.18 


1 


6.68 


- 


7.04 


1 


6.72 


1 


7.54 


1 


8.02 


1 


8.48 


1 


8.90 


2 


7.74 


1 


6.90 



- 492 



6.36 
6.24 
7.46 
7.21 
6.86 
6.38 
6.29 
5.68 
6.54 
6.62 
P. 60 
4.26 
4.15 
5.29 
5.28 
4.96 
4.85 
6.54 
7.54 
8.38 
7.90 
7.20 
6.04 



TOTALS 



2 5.68 



31 6.85 



1 6.64 



23 5.62 



Total Sales, Fla. grapefruit, all varieties & sections 



57 cars Avg. $6.20 



Made available 
Ithrou^ the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange ^ the Federal-State Market News Service 



Week 

Ending 



- 42 - 

TOIGETED AVEmiS AllCTIDN PSICSS - nCRDA GH igEFEUIT 
1962-63 SEA33N 



IH I T E 



Interior 



S E E D 

Ipdian 



Cars 



River 



Avg- iCars Avg 



Sept. 7 
14 
21 
28 

Oct. 5 
12 
19 
26 

Nov. 2 
9 

16 
23 
30 

Dec. 7 
14 

a 

28 
1963 

Jan. 4 
11 
18 
25 

Feb. 1 

8 

15 

22 

Ubx. 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

Apr. 5 
12 
19 
26 I 

May 3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

June 7 
14 
21 
28 

July 5 
12 
19 
26 



TOTALS 



SEEDLESS 

Indian 
River 



Interior 



Cars |Avg 



1 3.67 



1 2.87 



2 3.27 



Cars |Avg 



PINK 



Interior 



SEED 

"II 



Cars Avg 



lan 
ver 



Car|Avg- 



S E EDL ESS 
Eive 



Interior 



Cars |Avg 



. lan 
iver 



Cars Avg. 

T 



7.20 
5.04 
5.46 
4.36 
4.40 
- 4.28 

1 4.22 

2 4.76 
1 4.65 

4.23 
4.06 
3.55 
6.88 
1.99 



1 

2 



2 
1 
2 



- 4.96 



- 4.50 

- 6.94 
2 6.46 
2 9.70 
1 7.44 



3.48 



7.52 
6.85 
4.88 
4.49 
4.92 
4.17 
4.17 
4.44 
4.84 
4.23 
4.10 
4.08 
4.35 
6.65 



5 4.00 


3 6.79 


«. _ 


1 7.30 


. . 


1 8.06 


- 5.50 


1 6.50 


1 3.20 


3 5.93 


- 2.51 


4 5.88 


_ - 


2 6.81 


1 5.62 


2 5.55 


1 4.56 


4 6.40 


- . 


2 6.51 


. 


3 6.24 


- 3.80 


6 5.87 


— .. 


6 5.32 


> 


5 5.60 


- - 


4 5.90 


- 


5 5.38 


- . 


6 5.71 


- - 


3 7.07 


- - 


4 7.90 


_ . 


5 8.30 


- 


3 7.67 


- • 


2 7.37 


- 7.74 


2 7.63 



1 5.90 

1 4.90 

2 4.50 



4.14 



- 7.18 

- 7.47 



8.70 



23 3.94 



82 6.49 



3.48 



1 
2 

1 
2 
5 
2 

1 
1 
1 
3 
3 
5 
4 
2 
1 
3 
2 
3 
3 
3 
1 
1 



29 4.88 60 6.25 



Total Sales. Fla. grapefruit, all varieties & sections - 196 cars Avg. $5.85 



., , ,, _ , , Majde available 

through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Maxket News Sej 



43 



TEICaiED AVESAffi AUCTION PRICES - FLOBIIIA. GRAPEFRUIT 
1962-63 SEAS?:; 











TOTAL 


ALL C I T I 


E S 












T7H ] 


T E 






PINK 


Week 

Ending 


SEED 


S E E D L E S 


3 


SEED 


SEEDLE SS 


Interior 


Indian 
River 


Interior 


Indian 
River 


Interior 


Indian 
River 


Interior 


Jijdian 
River 




Cars 


|Avg. 


Cars Avg. 


Cars 1 Avg. 


Cars 


Avg. 


CarsjAvg. 


Car Avg. 


Cars |Avg . 


CarajAvg. 


196? 




P 


$ 


$ 




fe 


$ 


$ 


$ 




Sept.? 
14 
21 


- 


- 


- 3.84 


4 3.06 


2 5.09 


- 


- 


- 2.82 


1 5.08 


1 


5.06 


^ _ 


2 6.69 


^ 


^ 


^ ^ 


^ ■■ 


8 6.50 


. » 


28 


_ 


6.62 


r ^ 


3 7.10 


. 


_ 


_ — 


« • 


16 6. 55 


3 9.06 


Oct. 5 


1 


4.16 


- 


13 5.17 


8 


7.35 


. - 


» ^ 


30 4.85 


14 6.02 


12 


2 


3.90 


_ _ 


5 5.45 


9 


7.23 


^ ^ 


_ « 


13 5.10 


13 5.58 


19 


6 


3.49 


_ _ 


12 4.91 


11 


6.51 


— — 


_ . 


13 4.70 


11 5.41 


26 


• 


3.44 


_ _ 


14 4.27 


13 


5.87 


. . 


. . 


11 4.10 


15 4.85 


Nov. 2 


1 


2.48 


• .. 


10 4.01 


17 


5.61 


. _ 


. _ 


10 3. 94 


15 4.99 


9 


•» 


2.86 


_ 


8 4.57 


17 


5.28 


. _ 


_ . 


2 4.25 


21 4.99 


16 


2 


3.72 


- 


8 5.24 


12 


6.55 


« • 


» w 


7 4.36 


23 5.21 


23 


1 


3.04 


- 3.36 


10 4.35 


16 


5.96 


• . 


_ . 


6 4.08 


21 4.89 


30 


2 4.29 


• • 


9 4.35 


17 


6.05 


- • 


. . 


6 3.87 


37 4.43 


Dec. 7 


. 


3.11 


«, . 


8 4.00 


32 


5.43 


— «» 


wm •_ 


2 3.13 


35 4.32 


14 


— 


_ 


* • 


7 3.77 


35 5.54 


- 3.48 


. . 


1 4.35 


26 5.23 


21 


2 3.25 


- 5.49 


11 3.91 


40 


8.31 


_ _ 


. •• 


4 3.50 


40 7.60 


28 
1963 
Jan. 4 


- 


1.78 


- 


11 1.81 


16 


7.85 


- 


- 


2 1.21 


19 5.89 


1 


2.79 


■* ^ 


5 4.61 


7 


7.59 


_ 


_ 


4 4.67 


11 6.17 


11 


5 


2.91 


3 4.20 


15 4.26 


49 


6.16 


2 2.43 


-. • 


4 4.00 


46 5.35 


18 


1 


1-85 


1 4.22 


6 4.15 


40 


6.42 


_ _ 


— » 


4 4.44 


45 5.43 


25 


- 


_ 




2 4.49 


37 


7.35 


- 5.56 


- . 


2 5.46 


25 P. 84 


Feb. 1 


2 


3.68 


- 5.20 


6 3.56 


35 


7.02 


1 4.84 


_ ^ 


3 4.83 


36 6.09 


8 


6 


3. 70 


- 4.28 


5 4.51 


46 


6.33 


• — 


- 3.66 


1 4.90 


45 5.84 


15 


3 


2.77 


1 3.98 


5 3.eD 


60 


5.78 


2 3.70 


1 3.68 


5 3.89 


51 5.19 


22 


- 


— 


1 4.34 


- 4.82 


68 


5.74 


1 3.92 


• _ 


1 3.60 


49 5.38 


Mar. 1 


2 4.08 


- 4.24 


2 5.32 


74 


5.55 


_ •. 


— « 


- 4.53 


51 5.41 


8 


— 


. 


3 4.47 


2 4.42 


73 


5.76 


- . 


« . 


• _ 


40 5.63 


15 


_ 


.. 


1 4.22 


_ .. 


90 


5.49 


* 


•• •> 


_ ^ 


31 5.87 


22 


1 


3.70 


4 3.80 


_ _ 


75 


5.47 


- 3.46 


- 2.96 


2 4.29 


47 5.38 


29 


2 


2.80 


4 3.80 


- 3.80 


79 


5.46 


1 3.34 


* • 


«. M 


60 5.07 


Apr. 5 


1 


3.76 


1 4.52 


- 3.76 


90 


5.45 


. 


• - 


2 3.81 


65 5.07 


12 


3 


4.10 


1 4.82 


2 3.61 


86 


5.52 


* ^ 


_ _ 


1 3.06 


51 5.18 


19 


2 


4.17 


- 4.02 


2 4.16 


81 


5.28 


.• «. 


« •• 


* •• 


46 5.09 


26 




- 


1 4.56 


- - 


100 


5.30 


^ » 


- 4.32 


.. 


36 5.41 


May 3 


. 


- 


2 4.34 


1 4.90 


99 


5.58 


« 


- 5.34 


OT . 


43 5.56 


10 


- 


_ 


5 5.44 


. _ 


53 


6.77 


. . 


. — 


_ ^ 


43 6.32 


17 


- 


- 


- - 


- 6.41 


78 


7.53 


• • 


- 6.08 


- 6.97 


44 6.92 


24 


_ 


_ 


1 5.60 


• * 


76 


7.28 


— •> 


« tm 


- 7.47 


59 6.76 


31 


_ 


. 


3 6.25 


3 7.26 


46 


7.68 


« » 


1 5.64 


. . 


46 7.26 


Jvmft 7 


_ 


- 


3 5.98 


1 8.16 


48 8.06 


M * 


_ _ 


^ _ 


35 7.25 


14 


_ 


5.76 


1 6.32 


1 7 28 


59 


7.78 


« — 


- e.88 


- 7.28 


36 7.49 


21 


- 


- 


- 6.05 


- 9.08 


40 


8.00 


•• • 


1 5.70 


- 8.35 


13 7.84 


28 


- 


- 


1 6.56 


_ _ 


24 9.03 


« 


. «. 


. .. 


18 7.76 


July 5 


- 


- 


- - 


- 7,18 


13 


9.60 


. - 


* — 


_ _ 


10 7.36 


12 


- 


_ 


_ _ 


_ _ 


215.31 


-. « 


. • 


. . 


4 8.80 


19 


. 


« 


.. . 


_ _ 


_ 


» 


* •• 


^ _ 


„ 


— w 


26 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


TOTALS 


47 


3.51 


37 4.81 


193 4.39 


1873 


6.28 


7 3.48 


3 5.01 


160 4.72 


1380 5.81 


Total £ 


Dales, 


Fla. 


grapefruit 


,, all varieties & . 


sectic 


^Tl^ w — _ » 


- - - 2 


1,700 cars Avg. $5-88 


JXlO • ^ ■• ^ 



























l&ide available 
throu^ the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Ezchange & the Federal-State Uaxket News Service 



- 44 - 

WEIGHTED AVERAGE AGCTIOH PRICES - FLOBT Dfi. TAiJfrERIIES 
1962-63 SEASON 



Week 
Ending 



NE\V YORK 
CITY 

4/5 Bu. Boz 



Cars 



Avg. 



PHILA- 
DELPHIA 

4/5 Bu. Box 



Cars 



Avg. 



BOSTON 



4/5 Bu. Box 



Cars Avg 



T 



PITTSBUBffl 



4/5 Bu. Box 
Cars I Avg. 



CLEVELAND 



4/5 Bu. Box 



Cars 



Avg. 



CHICAGO 



4/5 Bu. Box 



Cars 



Avg. 



1962 



TOTALS 



2 

10 
12 
19 
51 
45 
49 
57 
79 
28 



4.66 
4.67 
5.76 
6.00 
4.31 
3.65 
3.60 
3.58 
4.75 
5.21 



$ 



1 
1 

2 
2 
12 
14 
11 
16 
19 
4 



3.10 
4.31 
4.23 
5.11 
4.28 
3.56 
3.S7 
3.10 
4.71 
5.27 



2 


3.41 


X 


3.19 


12 


5.62 


_ 


6.59 


18 


5.55 


1 


5.70 


19 


4,62 


™ 


4.34 


13 


4.46 


2 


5.75 


11 


3.48 


4 


3.76 


b 


4-97 


1 


4.63 


3 


4.94 


1 


3.36 


4 


5.57 


1 


4.45 


4 


6.51 




5.47 


3 


6.69 


_ 


4.71 


7 


4.97 


4 


4.45 


4 


5,34 


_ 


4.22 


2 


6.83 


• 


4.88 


3 


6.96 


_ 


4.81 


3 


5.95 


. 




1 


5.87 


^ 


_ 


1 


5.73 


. 


_ 



2 
3 

1 



3.97 
1.94 
3.12 
2.68 
3.90 
4.94 



3.83 
5.20 
5.22 
4.21 
3.10 
4.11 
5.00 

5.10 
2.72 

4.34 
4.62 



1 

4 
3 
3 

4 
4 



3.32 
4.75 
3.50 
3.81 
2.97 
5.29 



1 
2 
2 
2 
3 
3 



4.48 
3.54 
4.68 
2.81 
3.86 
3.25 
5.08 



4.96 
3.79 
4.79 
4.93 



5.46 



3 
2 
3 
4 
2 
1 



2 
2 



Florida tangarine auction prices - \iy narked. s - 
include the listed straight cars 

Note- 17o auction sales - Cincinnati - during 1962-63 season 



4.23 

4.44 
3.07 
3.53 
3.83 
5.13 
5.15 

4.86 



4.34 
3.70 



3.76 



467 4.52 97 4.08 10 3.95 20 4.10 13 3.94 23 4.10 



through the cooperation of the Florida cS^s^SSgl & the Federal-State Waxket News Service 



- 45 - 

YffilCSIES AVEBACa AUCTION PRICES - yTQRTm lANGEBniES 
1962-63 SSA3DI7 



ST. LOUIS 



4/5 Bu. Box 



Cars 



Avg. 



nSTIDIT 



4/5 Bu. Box 



Cars 



Avg. 



TOTAL 
■ ALL. CITIES 

4/5 Bu. Box 



Cars I Avg 



3.47 



3.52 



1 


3.89 


2 


3.17 


4 


3.92 


C' 


2.85 


■?■ 


3.70 


o 


3.27 


9 


4.50 


X 


4.88 



5.25 



For 1962-63 season 



Straigh.. cars - 



Tangerines 

langelos 

ilurcotts 

3atsuE£is 

Tonkans 

liingf. 

Cleioentines 



464 
136 
37 
9 
9 
5 
1 



? 


4.14 


IJ. 


4.64 


13 


5.23 


26 


5.42 


77 


4.32 


69 


3.55 


TO 


3.66 


96 


3.43 


lis 


4.74 


35 


5.20 


4 


3.72 


i;^ 


5.62 


19 


5.56 


20 


4.65 


18 


4.58 


17 


3.57 


8 


4.80 


4 


4.54 


5 


5.35 


4 


6.51 


3 


6.69 


11 


4.78 


4 


5.34 


■^ 


6.83 


3 


6.96 


o 


5.95 


1 


5.37 


T_ 


5.73 



irs Avg. 



v^.50 
2.86 
5.52 
3.40 
2.61 
3.21 
3.57 



TOTALS 



3.49 



31 3.76 



663 4.37 



Made available 
throu^ the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Jedexal-State Iferket News Service 



- 46 - 

FIDBim AUCTION S&LES. SEAg)NS 1953/54-1962/63 

l/BAe available 

through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service 

HANGES 



SEASON 

Thru 

July 26 

1962-63 

July 27 
1961-62 

July 28 
1966-61 



U. Y. FBIL. BOST._ PITTS . CLEVE . CHIC. ST-L. 



July 
1959 



29 
-60 



'd-l 



1958-59 

Aug. 1 
1957-58 



ssl. 



1956-57 



July 
1955 



27 

-56 



^5^. 



1954-55 



1953-54 



Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 

Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 

Avg. 

Cars 

Avg. 

Cars 

Avg. 

Cars 

Avg. 

Cars 

AVg. 

Cars 
Avg. 



1,361 

$5.23 



193 
77 



q)6- 

1.G06 
15.59 

$6.41 

2,510 
$5.86 

2,499 
$4.70 

2,566 

$4.97 

2.987 
$4.33 

4.052 
$4,52 



393 
$7.41 

532 

$4.83 

425 
$6.29 

596 
$4,99 

551 
$5.80 

743 
$5.21 

815 

$4.41 

846 
$4.62 

1,249 
$4.11 

1,554 
$4.27 



223 
$7.80 

206 

35.20 

193 
$6.67 

263 

$5.24 

172 

$8.02 

279 

$5.85 

. 340 
if>4.c3 

436 
;i4.97 

509 
$4.18 

587 

$4.43 



. 55 
$6.89 

108 
$4.77 

155 
$5.96 

, 164 
$5.13 

132 

$5.53 

174 
$5.26 

234 

$4.13 

259 

$4.49 

270 
$3.37 

315 

$4 .OS 



36 
$6.36 

50 

$4.74 

68 

$5.65 

. 67 
$4.87 

. 20 
$5.43 

134 

$4.86 

* 217 

$4.08 

229 
$4.51 

293 
$3.96 

418 
$4.19 



. 58 
$7.07 

77 

$4,58 

154 
$5.77 

178 

$4.89 

^ 151 
$5.48 

217 
$4.82 

. 297 
$4.05 

356 

$4.'38 

4S5 
$3.79 

514 
$3.95 



$5.15 
15 



8 
$5.72 

^ 11 
$4.69 

$5.07 

$4.56 

92 
^\j • 89 

103 

$4.39 

-,.,128 
^o . 73 

$3.85 



CINCI. lETR. SALT 
closed 



37 

$4.38 

86 
$5.17 

83 

$4.64 

^ 192 

$4.02 

323 

$4.33 

347 
$3.77 

423 
$3,98 



55 
$6.01 

^ ^^ 

$4. S3 

. 94 
$5.87 

. '^51 
$5.07 

^ 129 

$5,53 

^ 2J0 
$5.08 

$4.. ^7 

339 

$4.66 

:?4-.b6 

494 
$4,18 



closed 



43 
$4,32 

. 94 
$3.73 

^ lrt7 
$3.86 



G R A P EFEU I T 



SSA90N 
Thru 

July 26 
1962-63 

JulAT 27 
1961-62 

JuTy- 28 
1965-61 



H. Y. PHIL. BOST. PITTS. CLEiJg. CHIC. ST. L. CINCI. lETH. BALT. 



i9-e 



1959-60 



July 
1958. 

Aug. 
1957 

July 
1956 



31 
-59 

1 

-58 

26 
-57 



July 27 
19S5-56 

July 29 
19^-55 

1953-54 



Cars 

Avg. 

Cars 

Avg. 

CajK 

Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 

Avg. 

Cars 

Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 



$6.00 

1,989 
34.66 

2,261 

$4.43 

§j577 
$4.57 

3,109 

$4.53 

$5.:.2 

3,424 

$4.57 

3,525 
$4.16 

§,t852 
$3.90 

4.5G2 
$3.98 



460 

$5.53 

481 
$4.01 

581 
$4.C0 

$3.99 

706 

$4.02 

595 
$4.45 

662 

'i;4.08 

318 
$3.74 

$3.52 

1.148 
$3.66 



^ 322 

$5.49 

395 
$3.99 

529 

$3.9S; 

, 5?4 

$4.^4 

526 

$±..16 

466 
j4.93 

517 
$4.36 

$3.99 

s.,654 
;i)3.65 

706 
$3.91 



223 

$5.7? 

22b 

$4. 5b 

. 239 
$4.X' 

* 34'' 

$4,:n:> 

2r3 
$4. '.'.J 

321 
$4.,<io 

331 
$3.VC 

. 352 

$3.44 

368 
$3.56 



122 

$5.48 

$4.49 

130 
$4.17 

181 

.^4.23 

266 

$4.52 

253 
.$4,73 

349 

$4.50 

. 382 
$4.20 

A 405 
$3.79 

463 
$3.88 



313 
$6.20 

353 
$4, SO 

463 

$4.61 

. 42S 
$4.52 

45? 

$4.55 

436 
$4.83 

532 

$4.47 

>. 335 

$4.01 

765 

$3.69 

, 762 

$3.94 



. 57 

$6.20 

^ 18 
$3.74 

A 22 

$4.31 

* 26 

$3.95 

44 
$4.17 

62 
$3.76 

131 

$3.63 

. 1®3 
$3.35 

266 
$3.05 

350 
$3.33 



closed , 196 closed 

$5.85 

" , 192 " 

$4.41 

II 170 II 

$4.41 

^ 47 ^ 295 <• 
$3.55 $4.28 

135 390 " 

$5.97 $4.26 

_^118 , 322 M ■ 
$3.73 i;)x.65 

234 477 .1 
$3.76 $4,24 

305 558 35 

$3.46 $4.02 $2.99 

^ 375 ^800 , 66 
$3.12 $3.70 $2.96 

471 749 74 

$3.2V $3.82 $2.98 



Cincinnati - no auction sales during 1962-63 season 
Baltincre Fruit Auction (Baltimore Fruit Exchange) official closed at ond of year 1956. 



- 47 - 

FLORim aXTION SAIES. seasons 1953/54-1962/63 (CONT'D.) 

Made available 

through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Meirket News Service 



SSASDN 

1962-63 
1961-62 
1960-61 
1959-60 
1958-59 
1957-58 
1956-57 
1955-56 
1954-55 
1953-54 



TEMPLES 
H. Y. PHIL. BOST. PITTS. CLETO. CHIC. ST.L. CINCI. DETR. B^T,. 



Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Caxs 

Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Caxs 
Avg. 

Caxs 

Avg. 

Cars 

Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 



228 
$4.27 

422 
$2.94 

, 445 
$3.70 

521 
$3.19 

532 
$3.13 

. ■^24 
$3.23 

^ 575 
$2.83 

^ 584 
$2.72 

649 
$2.65 

672 
$2.79 



57 
$4.16 

116 
$2.73 

142 
$3.36 

151 

$3.00 

132 
$3.10 

$2.62 

184 
$2.62 

295 
$2.46 

238 
$2.66 



$2 



26 9 5 34 - closed ^ 11 closed 

$4.04 $4.36 $3.43 $4.44 - $3.78 

34 18 6 66 1 ■• 40 " 
12.92 $2.63 $2.76 $2.93 $1.31 $2.77 

15 ^ 37 ^ 8 ^ 72 - <i ^21 •< 

33.19 $3.36 $3.01 $3.42 - $3.32 

41 30 12 111 2 9 ^ 45 " 

$2.81 $2.75 $2.75 $2.95 $2.75 $2.54 $3.00 

33 25 21 98 1 ^ 11 ^ 38 •• 

$2.86 $2.94 $2.70 $3.08 $3.19 $2.80 $2.91 

40 30 39 66 ^ 3 ^ 9 ^ 34 •< 

$2.67 $3.13 $3.11 $3.09 $3.29 $3.0', $3.85 

35 47 40 106 11 43 ^ 63 it 
$2.67 $2.4P $2.74 $2.64 $2.28 $2.46 $2.62 

39 37 48 109 11 ^ 34 ^ 65 ^ 7 

$2.49 $2.56 $2.53 $2.53 $2.25 $2.50 $2-61 $2.48 

81 51 62 143 15 52 ^ 95 , 13 

$2.48 $2.29 $2.51 $2.37 $2.02 $2.34 $.j..41 $2.32 

54 45 71 169 28 73 ^ 87 ^ 14 

$2.84 $2.'-.:l $2.65 $2.ol $1.96 $2.45 $^.48 $2-95 



TOTAL 

, 370 

$4.23 

7D3 

$2.88 

, 740 
$3.56 

. 922 

$3.08 

891 
$3.08 

^ 733 

$3.13 



,090 
2.72 



$;^.64 

1.456 
$2.52 

1.452 
$2.68 



TANGEHINS S 



SEASO N 

1962-63 

1961-62 
1960-61 
1959-60 
1958-59 
1957-58 
1956-57 
1955-56 
1954-55 
1953-54 



N. Y. ISIL. BOST. PITTS. CLEVE. CHIC. 



Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Caxs 

Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 

Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 

Avg. 

Cars 

Avg. 

Cars 

Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 



467 
$4.52 

921 
$3.83 

$3.33 

566 

$4.16 

737 
$3.29 

. 580 
$4.10 

831 
$3.41 

^ 951 
$3.34 

>. 866 
$2.84 

1.066 
$3.05 



97 

$4.08 

218 

$3.43 

230 
$2.90 

169 
$3.80 

. 226 

$2.82 

167 

$3.96 

278 

$3.28 

. 292 
$3.08 

* 396 
$2.69 

. 370 
$2.86 



. 10 
$3.95 

20 
i3.09 

10 
$2.04 

4 
$3.08 

13 

$2.34 

2 

7 

$2.29 

>, 27 

$2.73 

* 52 
$2.35 

. 30 
$2.51 



30 
$4.10 

54 
$3.41 

71 
$2.76 

45 
$3.6? 

44 

$2.ej 

$4.07 

$3.11 
B3 

$2.r:i 

. S8 
$2.34 

. 58 
$2.52 



13 
$3.94 

e 

$3.24 

34 
$2.77 

16 
$3.30 

. '^ 
$2.35 

23 

$3.71 

BO 
$3.03 

. 50 
$2.94 

. 75 
$2.48 

. 85 
$2.73 



. 23 
$4.10 

71 
$3.29 

ns 

$2-73 

63 
$3-39 

. 84 
$2.53 

^ 61 
$3.95 

138 
$2.95 

. 153 
4)2.85 



$2^8 

198 
$2.50 



CINCI. HETH. BALT. 



2 closed 31 closed 
$3.49 $3.76 

6 " ^55 n 

$3.15 $3.64 

3 r. 70 '• 
$2.61 $2.81 

1 6 47 'I 

$2.59 $3.14 $5.60 

8 24 , 82 M 

$2.03 $2.15 $2.84 

^ 5 ^ 15 ^ 64 If 

$3.78 $4.04 $3.91 

21 30 100 •• 

$2.86 $2.97 $3.19 

_^ 22 ^ 52 , 125 ^ 5 

$2.80 $2.72 $3.04 $2.63 

41 ^ 95 , 166 , 22 

$2.33 $2.27 $2.50 $2.29 

^ 42 , SO ^ 136 . 20 

$2.61 $2.47 $2.79 $2.34 



TOTAL 



663 
$4.37 

1.353 
$3.69 

ii.09 

917 
$3.97 

1.258 
$3.04 

, 938 
$4.04 

1.555 
$3.29 

$3.11 

1.984 
$;&.66 

$;S.87 



Tenple & tangerine averages on hesis 4/5 'bu. hex. 



48 - 



mr.TnfTTPm ^ ^VfRAr^S AtCTinM PRICES - n-ORIDA. lA TTmEIlES - BY KUTO 



1962-63 ffiASOH 





INGES 


TdKGSLOS 


l£roCX)TTS 


SaTSIMAS 


POMANS 


KINGS 


CIEMEOTIIE 




4/5 Bu. 


4/5 Bu. 


4/5 Bu. 


4/5 Bu. 


4/5 Bu. 


4/5 Bu. 


4/5 Bu. 


Week 


■RoTAc 


Boxes 


Soxes . 


Boze.s 


, P,9-xes 


.3as.e.s — 


Boxes 


£ndin>: 
































Car 


Avg. 


Cai- 


Avg. 


Car 


Avg. 


Car 


Avg. 


Car 


Avg. 


Car 


Avg. 


Car 


Avg. 


1962 


























Oct. 5 


























12 


_ 


_ 


- 


— 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- - 


- 


- 


19 


_ 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- «. 


- 


- 


- 


26 


_ 


5.15 


2 


4.66 


_ 


_ 


1 


3.10 


• • 


- .. 


- 


— 


Nov. 2 


2 


5.64 


9 


4.41 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9 


10 


6.07 


5 


4.44 


- 


. 


3 


3.76 


« - 


- - 


- 


- 


16 


10 


7.40 


11 


4.56 


— 


- 


4 


3.29 


1 3.52 


— 


- 


- 


23 


50 


4.83 


21 


3,49 


- 


- 


1 


3.11 


4 2.68 


- - 


1 


3.57 


30 


53 


3.66 


12 


3.53 


1 


1.25 


- 


- 


3 2.39 


_ _ 


- 


- 


Dec. 7 


61 


3.76 


8 


3.10 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 2.10 


— — 


- 


_ 


14 


84 


3.46 


12 


3.19 


- 


- 


- 


- 


* - 


- 


- 


- 


21 


96 


4.97 


23 


3.77 


- 


- 


- 


- 


» * 


- _ 


— 


_ 


28 


32 


5.39 


3 


3.12 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


» . 


. .. 


« 


«• 


1963 


























Jan. 4 


3 


3.61 


1 


4.04 


_ 


. 


.. 


„ 


«, _ 


» _ 


cr 


_ 


11 


8 


5.85 


3 


5.58 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


■> — 


1 3.81 


«. 


,. 


18 


13 


6.01 


6 


4,60 


. 


_ 


., 


_ 


* w» 


- 4.14 


^ 


^ 


25 


11 


4.89 


9 


4,35 


_ 


• 


_ 


_ 


. » 




„ 


,. 


Feb. 1 


9 


4.84 


6 


4.30 


3 


4.34 


_ 


_ 


_ w 


^ ^ 


^ 


,. 


8 


7 


3.95 


5 


2.93 


5 


3.69 


M 


. 


mm — 


— . ■- 


^ 


^ 


15 


6 


4.92 


1 


4.11 


1 


4.79 


^ 


. 


« _ 


_ ^ 


„ 


^ 


22 


3 


4.61 


1 


4„33 


_ 


« 


^ 


^ 


•> «. 


- 5.50 


_ 


_ 


Mar. 1 


4 


5.01 


. 


3.83 


1 


6.71 


_ 


_ 


^ ^^ 


- •3.07 


^^ 


_ 


8 


1 


6.42 


_ 


3.83 


3 


6,54 


. 


^ 


• « 


- 5.19 


^ 


^ 


15 


1 


5.44 


. 


3.25 


2 


7.30 


• 


_ 


*> rm 


- 3.43 


^ 


^ 


22 


- 


_ 


. 


» 


8 


5.57 


^ 


^ 


■• ■■ 


3 2.70 


_ 


_ 


29 


- 


- 


.. 


. 


3 


5.74 


^ 


« 


» . 


1 4.15 


_ 


^ 


Apr. 5 


- 


- 


- 


« 


2 


6.83 


_ 


. 


«B •>> 


- 4. .39 


_ 


_ 


12 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


6.3S 


_ 


^ 


^ » 


- 3.84 






19 


- 


_ 


_ 


. 


3 


5.95 


^ 


^^ 


_ 








26 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


5.87 


^ 


^^ 


^ ^ 








May 3 
10 
17 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


5.73 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 








■ 


■" 


■" 


■* 


" " 


" — 


— 


- 


24 


.-. 


. 


.^ 


_ 


















31 


^ 


^ 


_ 




















June 7 


^ 


^ 


_ 




















14 


_ 


_ 




















~ 


21 


.. 


- 


» 


_ 


^ 


_ 


_ 












28 



























TOTALS 464 4.50 138 3.86 37 5.52 9 3.40 9 2.61 5 3.21 1 3-57 



.. , ,, . Made available 

througi the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service 



- 49 



FHES H CITHJS- FLOBim SXPOHTS — li^POETS raiO FLORIDA PORTS. BY COUNTRY CF ORIGU I 

BY ''fflEKS — - 1962-63 SEASON 

-Standard Box Basis - 



TOTAL 



E 



Commercial 



Orgs 



Gfrt 



Tangs- 



208 


- 


1,203 


- 


1.100 


- 


700 


- 


- 


399 


- 


11,042 


- 


25,022 


- 


6,682 


1,251 


12.534 


. 


10 .438 


1,805 


29.239 


60,429 


15,959 


43,290 


7,010 


8,529 


11,408 


2,430 


14,825 


2,098 


2,652 


1,214 


8,442 


911 


9,834 


1,000 


10,330 



_ 


2,393 


7 


7,017 


350 


4,729 


6 


2,440 


- 


7.501 


750 


410 


907 


6,516 


2,155 


2,000 


1,782 


5,850 


391 


18 


1,451 


2,000 


1,348 


1,600 


3,544 


_ 


302 


- 



400 



40 
214 

25 



139.161 218.690 



279 



Government 



Orgs 



Govt Tangs. 



_ 


528 


_ 


1,175 


1,314 


650 


526 


528 


528 


1,475 


4,444 


1,404 


4,967 


1,945 


1,000 


469 



4,504 


. 


1,143 


_ 


1,729 


505 


2,248 


450 


3,925 


1,075 


3,663 


2,496 


1.153 


974 


_ 


10 


6.262 


1,112 


1,100 


1,767 


4,795 


2.663 


1,600 


1,262 


3.441 


812 


5,634 


1,438 


1,127 


997 


542 


450 


4,242 


_ 


528 


- 



60,415 24,185 



P E T S 
ORGS GFRT 

7fest Indies 



1.087 



49 



29 



1,136 



29 



**- 65 boxes Tangelos not included. 
^-Furnished thru the courtesy of the State Inspection Citrus_ Office , Winter Haven, Fla- 
* Furnished through the courtesy of the Florida State Plant Board, Gainesville. Florida 



- 50 - 



Week 

Ending 



1962 



Nov. 



Dec. 



Feb. 



Apr. 



Aug. 



DELrgEHED GAMEEY PBICBS 
1962-63 SEA9DH 

Advertising and Inspection tax not included 



E A N G E S 



COMCSNTIvilE 
Average Price 



JUICE 



9/1/63 

Seasonal 'vith 

■^d,-iu?;-hmf>nr.g 



1.00122 

1.01682 

.99972 

1.19776 

1.50593 
1.76858 
2.25556 
2.57851 
2.78482 
3.11301 
2.52776 
2.43261 
a. 60698 
2.65221 
2.88217 
3.15721 
3.38545 
3.85116 
4.46418 
4.99905 
5.47976 
5.56754 
5.02737 
6.43407 
7.27452 
7.63417 
7.49307 



2-71004 



Avereige Price 



.79634 
.74814 
.74940 
.78261 
.78956 
.84805 
.68882 
.94235 
.92175 
.90532 
1.01322 
1.26225 

1.56147 
1.64709 
1.62093 
1.78197 
1.85614 



.05328 
.15061 
.22380 
.30292 
.37401 
.72946 
3.00898 
3.05529 
2.60240 
4.05083 
3.47596 



2. 
2. 

2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 



$ 1.27447 



GHAPEFEUI T 



JUICE 



Average Price 



SECTIONS 
Average Price 



.13000 
.17918 
.18050 
.23814 
.23865 
.2K)37 
.23174 
.26925 
.30103 
.38918 
.48615 
.71067 

.78002 

.76397 

.73333 

.69139 

.69066 

.67861 

.67646 

.71352 

.76424 

.84493 

1.02766 

1.03060 

1.10937 

1.24563 

1.22808 

1.36222 

1.40475 

1.28557 



$ 0.73838 



.64989 

1 .03194 
.99401 
.95929 
.97383 
.94V84 
.98443 
.96265 
1.01630 
1.07479 

1 .02816 
1.10310 
1.18700 
1.56253 
1.59931 
1.68789 
1.65539 
1.42017 
1.78639 
1.59049 
1.25330 
1.58109 



TAHGEEIHES 
JUICE 
Average Price 



.25000 
.25000 
.31765 
.37270 
.47479 
.61114 
.96427 



$ 1.10738 



$ 0.49443 



4.1, J. iv i - IJIbAq available 

throu^ the courtesy of the Florida Canners' Association, Winter Haven. Florida 



- 51 - 

CAMSEY - 03NS0LIIIAIED BEPORT 
SEASON- 1962-63 



MMBER OF FTEUD EO^OES USED : 

Gie^efruit for Sections 

t n Salad 

' " Juice 

•• Blend 

" Frozen Cone. 

" Processed Cone. 

" Frozen Blend- 
ed Concentrate 

" Tangerine Blend 
" Chilled Juice 
" Chilled Sec- 
tions & Seilad 



2,021.484 
50,052 
8,077.403 
1,289.453 
3,204,766 
21,565 

34.431 

241.643 
1,015,858 



Oranges for Juice 



II 
It 
II 
II 
II 

II 
II 
II 



" Blend 

" Salad 

" Sections 

" Frozen Cone. 

" Processed Cone. 

" Frozen Blend- 
ed Concentrate 

" Tangerine Blend 

" Chilled Juieo 

" Chilled Sec- 
tions & Salad 



7.820,714 

1,222,867 

35,756 

4,253 

47.099,412 

54,794 

22,443 

5,549,851 
516.116 



TOTAL Boxes of Gra pefruit 

for all uses 

Bepresenting % of the Grapefruit 
Crop Utilized --------- 



15,956,655 



TOTAL Bcae^ of Orange g 
for all uses . • . 



537a 



Representing % of the Orange 
Crop Utilized ____--. 



62,326,206 

84^. 



•-Throu^ September 1, 1963 

Tangerines for Tangerine Jt<.iee 

" Grapefruit Blend 

" O-range Blend 

Frozen Tangerine 
Processed Concentrate 
Chilled Juice 



II 
ti 
It 
II 

M 



TOTAL Boxes of Tangerines for all uses 



209,729 



187,795 



397,524 



CASa PRICES PAID PEE BOX - FOR GRAPSFHUIT - F. Q. B. CANKEEQf : 

For gections For Salsl For Juice For Blend V/ hita Gfrb , . Pjiik GfTt. 

$1.10738 $1.84455 $0.73838 $0.67172 $0.74779 30.58373 

Season's Average Price Paid for Grapefri-iit Used for Following Corsoodities : 

Grapefruit Sections, Grapefruit Juice, Blended Juice, & Citrus Salad $0.80028 

Cash prices paid pee box - fob orahgss f. o. b. cameey ; 

For Juice Fc- - Blend For Sclad For Sc - ctio ns 

$1.2'7447 $1,70119 $4.25572 $4.53802 

Season's Average Price Pai-d for Orang.as Used for the Fo il owi n g Coninoiitios ; 

Orange Juico, Blended Juice, Citrus Salad., end Orojage Sections *1. 34381 

Season's Average Price Paid for Oranges Used for Frozen Orange Concentrate .... $2.71004 
Season's iiverage Price Paid for Grapefruit Used for Frozen Grapefruit Cone $0.67110 



Furnished through the courtesy of the Florida Cazmers' Association, Winter Haven, Fla. 



- 52 



Size of 

Case 



^4/2' s 
404/700 
48/8 oz. 
48/5 oz. 
2-r/303' s 
24/l3i oz. 

Converted 
No. 2*^3 

TOIALS 



FLOHIDA PBDDLCTIOH OF GAMED CITHJS 
1962-63 SEASON 

- Actual Cases - 



SV/ GFHT 
SECTIONS 



mm GPRT 
SECTIONS 



305,989 
102,827 

2.194,913 
26,754 



2.630.483 



22,021 
108,179 



130,200 



BBDKEN 
SECTIONS 



CIIEUS 
SALAD 



OHANCS 
SECTIONS 



15,734 
235.610 

251,344 



TANG. 
JUICE 



17,236 
5,486 

70,938 



93,660 



2,699 
607 



19,223 
236,446 



TAHG. 
BLENDS 



3,306 255.669 



24/2' s 

404/700 
48/6 oz. 
6/10 's 
24/12 oz. 
24/4 oz. 
12/32 oz. 

Converted 
No 2's 

TOTALS 



SW GFRT 
JUICE 

542.897 

2,054,059 

538,194 

63,660 



3.610 
5,909 



UNSiT GFBT 
JUICE 



S'A' OEAHGE 
JUICE 



UNSiV OEG. 
JUICE 



SI? BLEND 
JUICE 



UNSV7 BLEND 
JUICE 



914,539 

3.202,057 

457,273 

1.094 

17,484 

14,171 

14,455 



1.091,988 

3,547.696 

588,850 

11,552 

12,558 

3,789,802 



655,535 

2,766,403 

252,614 

22,736 



157,365 

1 ,031 ,222 

26.158 

3,292 

452 



172,313 

925,359 



10,678 



32,119 295,379 



3,208,329 4,621,073 

TEE ABOVE COtlVEHIED TO 24/2 CAITS : 



9,042,446 3,729,407 1,513,868 1,108,350 



Sw. Gfrt Sections 
Unsw. Gfrt Sections 
Broken Sections 
Citrus Salad 
Orange Sections 
Tangerine Juice 
Tangerine Blends 



2,292,376 

107.399 

213,244 

84,570 

3,895 

316,907 



Sw. Gfrt Juice 
Unsw. Gfrt Juice 
Sw. Orange Juice 
Unsw Orange Juice 
Sw. Blended Juice 
Unsw. Blended Juice 

Converted Totals 



PBOCESSED CONCENTRATED ORANGE JUICE & FROZEN CONCEKTRAIED ORANGE JUICE & 
raJIT ANNUAL PACKS IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



3,577.126 
5,286,852 
6,860,302 
4,351,781 
1,772,954 
1,344,387 
26,211,793 



FHDZEN GBAPE- 



Year 



PBOCESSED 

CONCENTRATED 
ORhNGE JUICE 



FROZEN 
CONCENTRATED 
ORANGE JUICE 



1952-53 
1953-54 
1954-55 
1955-56 
1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-eo 
1960-61 
1961-62 
1962-63 



Gallons 

536,660 

1,339,222 

1,531,449 

1,085,697 

1,801,283 

1,149,081 

547,280 

377,877 

154.911 

277,501 

54.360 



Gallons 

46,553.695 
65,531,204 
64,685,956 
70,224,053 
72,011,741 
57,150,566 
79,910,670 
78.149,306 
84.298,114 
116,081,547 
51,647,737 



FROZEN 
GRAPEFRUIT 
CONCENTRATE 

Gallons 

1,226,485 
1,656,469 
1,155,314 
2,511,831 
2,949,072 
3,330,301 
4,952,488 
1,613,462 
3,841,462 
3,162,798 
2,323,381 



Furnished through the courtesy of the Florida Caimers' Association, Winter Haven, Florida 



53 



FLORIDA. PHDDa:TIOM OF CITRUS CONCENTRATE 
1962-63 SEA93I I 

- Actual Cases - 



Size of 
ZsLse 



FBD2EN 

oRANca; 



PEOCESSEaD 
ORANSE 



FEOZEK 
GRAPEFRUIT 



PHDCESSED 
(GRAPEFRUIT 



FROZEN 
BLEKD 



FBOZEH 
TANG. 



PRO- 
CESSED 
TANG. 



18/6 02. 



S4/6 oz. 



34/12 oz. 

}ther sizes 
jonverted to 
18/6 oz. 

12/32 oz. 

)ther sizes 
converted to 
L2/32 oz. 

6/10 's 

[DTAL CASES 
iLL SIZES 

?otal sizes 
lonverted to 
lallons 

;j\ilk Gallons 

j-ross Gallons 
^ess Heprocess- 
id Gallons 

EI GALLONS 



13,314,271 
13,261 

6,176,002 
55,738 

1,073,941 

332.510 



48,209,794 
30,492.814 



7,282 



20,964,723 7,282 



54,360 



78,702,608 54,360 

27.054.871 - 

51,647,737 54,360 



SA 
US 



2,382 



S& 297,101 
US 196.111 

SA. 
US 

SA 
US 

SA 50,827 
US 13,478 



SA 
US 



10,816 



2,323.381 



- 


5,959 


570.715 


5,959 


785,584 


36.340 


1,926,188 


- 


2,711,772 


36,340 


388,391 


- 



36,340 



SA 1,133 
US 

SA 84,326 

US 150,012 



85,087 



266,178 
8,871 

275,049 

221,807 

53.242 



95,722 
268,008 

363.730 

159,272 

204,458 



4,627 



235,471 85,087 4,627 



20,821 



20,821 



20.821 



CONCENTRATED PROCESSED GRAPEFRUIT, FROZEN BIENDED CONCENTRATE 
AND FROZEN TANGERINE COICENIRAIE - 1952/53—1962/63 INCLUSi"VE 



Yeax 



PROCESSED 
GRhPEFRUIT 



FROZEN 
BLEND 



PRDCSSSED 
BLEND and 
lAIIGERINE 



FROZEN 
TAITOSEINE 



1952-53 
1953-54 
1954-55 
1955-56 
1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 
1951-62 
1962-63 



Gallons 


Gallens 


Gallons 


bO.563 


479,745 


_ 


55,372 


965,430 


_ 


31.860 


560,545 


- 


30,719 


954,142 


25,055 


59,105 


596,731 


32,431 


107,896 


506,915 


- 


165,115 


689,521 


188,154 


27,390 


284.276 


- 


19 ,947 


255,584 


21,285 


116.171 


266,598 


3,989 


36,340 


53,242 


20,821 



Gallons 

551,397 

443,105 

877,011 

618,986 

792,516 

146,576 

1,151,782 

319,671 

1,406,694 

1,370,187 

204,458 



Furnished through the courtegj' of the Florida Canners' Association, Winter Haven, Florida 



- 54 



UNITES SSATZS EXPORTS OF FREg OBAMtSS' - BY M3NIH3 
JljLY. 1962 IBBU JIME. 1963 

84-lb. Boxes 



COUHTHY 

Year 


JULY 


AUGUST 


SEPTEMffiR 


OCTOBER 


NOVEMBER 


DECEMBER 


1962 














RoHnrm Q 


1,848 


1,777 


1,275 


1.193 


1,158 


237 


Belgium-Luxem'bourg 


60.983 
81 


69.296 
95 


16,429 


1,279 


1,860 

400 


849 


Canada 


248.947 


172,757 


150,037 


120.247 


225,330 


361,192 


Denmark 


2,565 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Finland 


— 


- 


- 


— 


• 


~ 


France 


4,405 


13,437 


3,952 


- 


- 


- 


Gernany, West 
" East 


7,578 


264 


440 


762 


3,763 

101,282 


• 


Hong Kong 


93,175 


95,450 


43.454 


22,365 


11.075 


39,109 


Ireland 


• 


- 


- 


43 


- 


- 


Japan 


641 


508 


219 


466 


308 


303 


Malaya & Singapore 


5.879 


746 


304 


86 


227 


895 


Mexico 


8.469 


12.947 


9.069 


10.116 


8,540 


7,010 


Nansei & Nampo 


1,017 


1,256 


286 


- 


- 


- 


Netherlands 


117,569 


98,588 


46,828 


8,964 


- 


- 


Nether lard Antilles 


7,364 


4.169 


2.485 


2.863 


3,521 


1,513 


Norway 


20,845 


3,173 


1,037 


- 


- 


- 


Philippines, Hep. of 


3,426 


5.845 


1,520 


291 


214 


477 


Saudi Arabia 


- 


— 


<• 


- 


— 


- 


Sweden 


223 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Switzerland 


- 


. 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


United Kingdom 


3,982 


- 


- 


1,175 


5,639 


- 


Other 


473 


45 


77 


182 


689 


736 


TOIALS 


589,470 


480,353 


277,412 


170 ,032 


364,006 


412,321 


COUNTHT 

Yeajr 


JANUARY 


FEHEUAHY 


IvIAECa 


APRIL 


mY 


JUNE 


l^^Jt 














Bahanas 


339 


161 


1,588 


1,331 


1.487 


571 


Belgium-Luxembourg 


- 


2.232 


- 


- 


15,910 


76,478 


Bennuda 


- 


530 


162 


108 


141 


187 


Canada 


215,382 


161,775 


198.188 


179,605 


300,260 


183,588 


Denmark 


- 


- 


- 


- 


446 


5.232 


Finland 


_ 


«. 


491 


^ 


» 


_ 


France 


- 


- 


• 


. 


3,121 


42,847 


Geimany, West 


_ 


446 


^ 


^ 


223 


5,572 


" East 


_ 


« 


^ 


. 






Hong Kong 
Ireland 


53,505 


14,923 


44,226 


29,798 


71,169 


64,920 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


440 


446 


Japan 


221 


248 


1,566 


1,258 


800 


3.057 


Mayala & Singapore 


1,939 


393 


83 




7,118 


15,590 


2fexico 


6,857 


3,909 


3,838 


4.448 


8,761 


6,717 


Nansei & Hampo 


649 


971 


1,381 


930 


894 


664 


Netherlands 


1.345 


474 


2,979 


1.146 


58,724 


187,598 


llfetberland Antilles 


- 


937 


2,942 


1.025 


593 


471 


Norway 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


22,975 


14,885 


Philippines, Hep. of 


348 


651 


4,598 


5.417 


4,758 


1,876 


Saudi Arabia 


- 


_ 


_ 






6,371 


Sweden 


- 


41 


^ 


^ 


17,171 


17,767 


Switzerland 


. 


^ 


^ 






397 


United Kingdorri 


452 


. 


^ 


181 


z 


7,160 


Other 


791 


45 


1,211 


1.180 


371 


179 


TOTALS 


281,828 


187.736 


263,253 


226,427 


515. 362 


642.573 



•-Oranges & Tangerines 

Foreign Agricultural Service. U. S. 



Dept. of Agriculture, Washington, 0. C. 



- 55 



UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF FHEffl GBAPEFHUIT - BY M3N1HS 
JU LY. 1962 1HKJ JUTE. 1963 

78-lb. Boxes 



CO'JNTEY 



Yec^ 



JULY 



AUGUST 



SEPTEIjIBER 



OCTOBEE 



NDVEIfflER 



lECElffiER 



1962 

Austria 

Bahanas - - 

Belgium-Luxemtovirg 7,688 9,200 

Benmia 90 111 

Cemada 87,547 57,124 

DeEicark 1 , 664 730 
Finland 

France 15,028 17,196 

Gemany, West 3,305 3,422 

Hong Aong 162 159 

Ireland 558 359 

Japan 259 194 

Malaya & Singapore 92 69 

Mexico 371 1,252 

Netherlands 15,563 11,886 

Natherland Antilles 616 233 

Norvray 1 ,007 432 

Philippines, Bep. of - 38 
Saudi Arabia 

Sweden 429 487 

Switzerland 5,388 
Tunisia 

United Kingdom 9,893 13,059 

Other 145 



167 

2,751 

65 

52,670 

644 

5,885 

14,929 

148 

244 

128 

27,969 

710 

811 

38 

1,771 
1,680 

3,322 



474 

2,690 

38 

159,905 

462 

6,940 

15,763 

162 



423 

42,846 
198 

74 

7,692 
329 
865 

1,631 
437 



474 

2,47i 

148,993 

1,154 

12,357 

7,943 

344 

209 

462 

205 

17,827 

264 

703 



1,855 
21 

430 



1963 

Australia 
Bahamas 

Belgium-Luxembourg 
Benruda 
Canada 
Deiarark 
Finland 
France 

Gensany, West 
Hong Kong 
Ireland 
Japan 

Malaya & Singapore 
Mexico 
Netherlands 
Netherland Antilles 
Norway 

Philippines, Bep. of 
Saxidi Arabia 
Sweden 
Switzerl=ind 
Turusia 
United Kingdom 
Other 

TOTALS 



2,661 

51 

142,928 

513 

15,428 

7,566 

18 

208 
ICO 

51 

13,404 

226 

325 

83 

697 



2,210 
18 



TOTALS 


149,805 


115,951 


113,932 


240 ,929 


195,714 


186,487 




COUNTRY 

Year 


JAlIUkEY 


FEBHJAEY 


MAECH 


APSIL 


i^Y 


JUKE 



67 


193 


332 


174 


252 


312 


— 


2,353 


4,309 


4,304 


1,786 


8,948 


. 


60 


57 


142 


- 


42 


110,690 


158,573 


139,043 


142,842 


102,223 


68,843 


. 


. 


. 


301 


289 


730 


* 


974 


2,559 


2.242 


_ 


- 


429 


9,518 


25.836 


20.3:^ 


8,377 


38,055 


_ 


7,773 


4,177 


7,149 


1.546 


5,884 


. 


155 


332 


492 


401 


271 


. 


556 


567 


1,074 


628 


430 


169 


311 


1,181 


1,285 


2.027 


3,738 


308 


462 


1,078 


305 


- 


- 


261 


639 


256 


390 


699 


231 


4,628 


9,556 


33,388 


12,698 


13,513 


38,404 


. 


245 


. 


. 


30 


353 


^ 


76 


^ 


163 


390 


824 


. 


38 


. 


47 


. 


22 


. 




. 


_ 


. 


2,244 


438 


2.304 


1,806 


3,928 


851 


1.074 


458 


- 


- 


- 


2,306 


5,447 


224 


1,301 


4,824 


4,124 


697 


2,023 


84 


- 


574 


- 


199 


45 



117,756 



195,087 



220,319 



201,994 



135,274 



177.917 



Foreign Agricultural Service, U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, Washington. D. C- 



- 56 . 

CnWTAIlJlEES — BY KDID OF CITROS 
SEA.SOH- Auc;. 1. 196? — July. 31. 1963. 



In Terms of 1-3/5 Bu. Boxes 



Contedner 
Eescription 


OEAKCSS 


GRAPEFRUIT 


laUCEEINES 


TOTAL 


In- 


led. 


In- 


Ind. 


In- 


Ind. 


In- 


Indian 


terior 


River 


terior 


River 


terior _ 


River 


terior 


River 


NAILED BOXSS 


















1-3/5 Bu. (1 Bx) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


^ 


■■ 


4/5 Bu. (1/2 Bx) 


5 


- 


- 


- 


3279 


— 


3284 


"* 


WIEEBOUND BOXES 


















1-3/5 Bu. (1 Bx) 


1531350 


697 


2D74241 


199 


5989 


2 


3611580 


898 


4/5 Bu. (1/2 Bx) 


2139505 


258688 


1031890 


30562 


136759? 


29986 


4538992 


309236 


1/2 Bu. (5/16 Bz) 


- 


- 


- 




248 


- 


248 


— 


IffiST BAGS 


















4/5 3u. (1/2 Bx) 


233 


14 


1435 


16 


- 


- 


1668 


30 


1/2 Bu. (5/16 Bx) 


94 


86 


- 


54 


- 


- 


94 


140 


aO-llj. (1/4 Bx) 


45105 


346 


10521 


108 


- 


- 


55626 


454 


a-lb. (1/10 Bx) 


168619 


35 


152414 


51 


- 


- 


321033 


86 


5-lb. (1/16 Bx) 


319617 


1079 


264426 


1150 


4 


- 


584047 


2229 


3-lb. (1/25 Bx) 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


- 


6 


- 


BASKETS 


















1-Bu. (5/8 Bx) 


5 


- 


- 


9 


- 


- 


5 


9 


4/5 Bu. (1/2 3x) 


' . 


11 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


12 


1/2 Bu. (5/16 Bx) 


- 


23 


- 


28 


- 


- 


- 


51 


FTUi BAGS 














- 




8-lb. (1/10 Bx) 


14829 


. 


26017 


- 


- 


- 


40846 


- 


5-lb. (1/16 Bx) 


455950 


18324 


400296 


25418 


591 


- 


856837 


43742 


4.1b. 


9857 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9857 


- 


COHROlAillD BOXES 
















< 


1-3/5 Bu. (1 Bx) 


14620 


387 


15811 


269 


- 


4 


30431 


660 


1-Bu. (5/8 Bx) 


- 


93 


- 


78 


- 


- 


- 


171 


4/5 3u. (1/2 Bx) 


1544793 


1570657 


1753672 


6140644 


71629 


5618 


3370094 


7716919 


1/2 Bu. (5/16 Bx) 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


2/5 Bu. (1/4 Bx) 


54 


- 


50 


- 


- 


419 


104 


419 


CONSUMER 


35 


235 


35 


234 


- 


- 


70 


469 


(SiMD TOTAL 
By CoiiLainers 


6214671 


1850677 


5730808 


6188821 


1449343 


36029 


13424822 


8075527 


BULK 


418599 


148513 


148192 


232958 


31009 


5045 


597800 


386516 


TOTAL 


















Interior & 
Ind. Hiver 


66B5270 


1999190 


5879000 


6431779 


1480352 


41074 


14022622 


8462343 , 

1 



Made available 
throiigh the courtesy of the Citrus Inspection Division, Winter Haven, Florida 



- 57 



CONT».nEHS — BY KI^D OF CITRUS 
SSAaOH- ^ug. 1. 1962 — July 31. 1963— C0W33LIIiA.IED REPORT 

In Terms of 1-3/5 Bu. Boxes - - 



Container Description 



ORaNGES 



GEAPEFEUIT TANGEREJES 



TOTAL 



NAiiz:5^?xsg 










1-3/5 bu. (1 Bx) 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4/5 Bu. (1/2 Bx) 


5 


- 


3279 


3284 


WiKhiiOUMD i^OXES 










1-3/5 Bu. (1 Bx) 


1532047 


2074440 


5991 


3612478 


4/5 Bu. (1/2 Bx) 


2398193 


1052452 


1397583 


4848228 


1/2 Bu. (5/16 Bx) 


- 


- 


248 


248 


MEST BAGS 










4/5 Bu. (1/2 Bx) 


247 


1451 


. 


1698 


1/2 Bu. (5/16 Bx) 


180 


54 


~ 


234 


30-lt. (1/4 Bx) 


45451 


10629 


- 


56080 


S-lb. (1/10 Bx) 


168654 


152465 


- 


321119 


5-lb. (1/16 Bx) 


320696 


265576 


4 


586276 


3-lb. (1/25 Ex) 


- 


- 


6 


6 


BASfCRTS 










1-Bu. (5/8 Bx) 


5 


9 


. 


14 


4/5 Bu. (1/2 Bx) 


11 


1 


- 


12 


1/2 Bu. (5/16 Bx) 


23 


28 


- 


51 


FILM BAGS 










8-lb. (1/10 Bx) 


14829 


26D17 


- 


40846 


5-lb. (1/16 Bx) 


474274 


425714 


591 


900579 


4-lb. 


9857 


- 


- 


9857 


CCHEUQATKI) BOXES 










1-3/5 Bu. (1 Bx) 


15007 


16080 


4 


31091 


1 Bu. (5/8 Bx) 


93 


78 


- 


171 


4/5 Bu. (1/2 Bx) 


3115450 


7894316 


77247 


11037013 


1/2 Bu. (5/16 Bx) 


2 


. 


. 


2 


2/5 Bu. (1/4 Bx) 


54 


50 


419 


523 


CDNSILEH 


270 


269 


- 


539 



GRaiD TOLiL 
3y Containers 



8095343 



11919629 



1435372 



21500349 



BULK 














567112 381150 


39054 


984316 


TOTAL 
Interior & 
Ind. River 














8662460 12300779 


1521426 


22484566 


through 


the 


courte 


sy 


of 


the 


C] 


I^ade available 
Ltrus Inspection Division, 


■VJinter Haven, 


Florida 







- 58 



TOTAL NUI/ ct:t? mr ^IX CITRUS TTEES MDVITO FEOM NURSEBIES IN ITORIDA 

AS ]?ipnT?r?n:) to ihe ijubseey inspector, state plikt eoakd 

Gainesville, Florida 

30. 1962 







4LL CITEDS 














Kind 


Fo. Trees 






Oranges 


2,229.480 








Grapefruit 

Mandarins or Kid Glove 


95,985 










265,940 










Tangelos 


105,764 










Limes 


14,839 










Lezcons 


37.018 










Mscellaneous 


70 .426 










Total 2,819,4b2 






* 


OI^&NGES 


GEAPEi'KUIT 




Variety 




No. Tees 


Variety 


No 


. Trees 


Valencia 




890,626 


Marsh 




79,815 


Hemlins 




721 ,067 


Duncan 




6,496 


Pineapples 




391,527 


Thompson & other Pink 
Red Seedless & other B 




3.697 


Queen 




92.310 


3d 


4,620 


Parson 3rovm 




80,278 


Isle of Pine 




90 


Navels 




41.702 


Foster 




80 


Jaffa 




4,024 


Red Seedy 




72 


Delicious 




1,553 


Davis Seedless 




56 


Lue Gizn Gong 




883 


Royal 
McCarty 




30 


Pope Sunmer 




295 




30 


Miscellaneous 


2,221:1^ 


Mi seel lane ous 




1.009 




Total 


Total 




95,SS6 


t/lANDAEIU 


OR KID GIDVE 


LIMES & 


LEJONS 




Variety 




No. Trees 


Variety 

Limes 


Ho 


. Trees 


MoTcott Honey 




113,627 




Tangerines 




77.829 


Tahiti (Persian) 


13,665 




Tenjjles 




64,606 


Key (Mexican) 


902 




Satsumas 




8,396 


Bearss 


38 




King 




531 


Rangour 


35 




Ponkan 




334 


Miscellaneous 


199 




Miscellaneous 


617 


Total 




14,839 




Total 


265.94b 


LeiBons 






itenEelos 






Meyer 


34,916 




Orlando 




79,857 


Ponderosa 


810 




"K" Early 




11,218 


Avon 


803 




Uinneola 




9,524 


Harvey 


170 




Seminole 




178 


Messina 


84 




Miscellaneous 


4.987 


Sicily 


52 






Total 


105,764 


Villafranca 

Miscellaneous 


17 

166 




&iinr|uats 




7,632 


Total 


• ••••* 


37,018 


Miscellaneous Citrus - 


calamondon 62,024, lime 


quats (Lakeland limeauat 


353, 








other 394), shaddock & other citrus 24 ..." . 




62.794 



Conpiled by the Department of Agricultural Economics - Agricultural 
Experiment Station - University of Florida - Gainesville, Florida 



UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 
Agricul1;.ural Marketi.ng Service 
AND THE 
FLORIDA DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE. MARKETING DIVISION 
MARKETING BUREAU SECTION 
Conpftrating 



MARKET NEWS SERVICE ON FRUITS & VEGETABLES 



MARKETING FLORIDA CITRUS 
SUMMARY OF 1963-6^ SEASON 

by 
L. B. Iforgan 



Lakeland, Florida September 30, 19^4 



T 









[ViU tJ/:: 



FOREWORD 

The Federal-State Market News Service a co-operative 
agency of the U. S. Department of Agriculture and the 
Florida Department of Agricult\ire, sutmits this annual 
sunmary for the 1963-64 season. 

The daily citrus reports were issued at Lakeland, Florida 
from various reports released by the U, S, Department of 
Agriculture, Washington, D. C,; Florida Crop & Livestock 
Reporting Service; the Citrus Inspection Division, Flo- 
rida Department of Agricultiire; the Federal-State Frost 
Warning Service; the Florida Citrus Commission; Florida 
Citrus Exchange; Florida Citrus J^nitual; Florida Citrus 
b/Iarketing Agreement Consnittee; Florida Canners • Associa- 
tion; Department of Agricultural Econcmics, Agricultural 
Experiment Station, University of Florida. 

Late and corrected reports which are not yet available may 
cause revision of shipments, unloads and other similar data, 
for the 1963—64 season. Every effort has been made to in- 
clude data in this summary which will be of most value to 
the Citrus Industry, We have endeavored to include basic 
statistics suitable for comparisons with past seasons. 

VJe are deeply grateful to the Citrus Industry and related 
agencies for their fine cooperation in making this sunir- 
mary possible. 



contemts 

tarTiT: page 

General Conments 

Carlot Shipments by Weeks - 1963/64 & 1962/63 Seasons 

1. Rail and Boat - Oranges & Tangerines 1 

2. n ., n _ Grapefruit 2 

3. " " " - Mixed Citrus 3 

4. Mixed Car Analysis, Florida Rail Shipments, 1963-64 Season 4 

5. Florida Citrus Shipments - Rail, Boat & Truck 5 

6. Total Shipments, Florida Citrus - 1963-64 & 1962-63 Season 6 

7. Arizona-California-Texas, Truck-Shipments, Citrus, 1963-64 Season ------ 7 

8. Florida Fruit Processed - Boxes - 1963-64 Season 8-9 

9. Unloads Rail & Truck, Oranges, 41 U. S. Cities & 5 Canadian Cities 10 

10. " " " " Grapefruit," " " " " " " 11 

11. " n 1. n Tangerines," " " " " " " 12 

12. " " " " Mixed Citrus; " " " " " " 13 

13. Production - Oranges - 1889-1963 -14 -15 

14. " - Grapefruit- " " 16-17 

15. " - Fla. Citrus - 1945/46 - 1963/64 18 

16. Production & Utilization - Florida Citrus 1959/60 - 1962/63 19 

17. n .. n _ California Citrus " " 20 

18. n .. .. _ Tgx., Ariz, & La, Citrus " " 21 

19. n •> >i _ Total U. S. Citrus " " 22 

20. Per Capita Constimption - Citrus Fruits - U, S, 1930-63 23 

21. " " " - Fresh Citrus Fruits - U, S. " 24 

22. n •' " - Chilled & Frozen Citrus Juices-U.S. " 25 

23. " " " - Canned Citrus Juices & Segments-U.S." 26 

24. Florida Equivalent 'On Tree" Prices - Oranges, Grapefruit & Tangerines 27-32 

25. Crop Values (Citrus) By States & U, S. Totals 33 

26. Weighted Average Auction Prices - Florida, By Months- -_-- 34 

27. " " " " - " , By Weeks - Oranges 35-39 

28. " " " It _ I. ^ n II _ Grapefruit -40-48 

29. " " " n _ » ^ " n _ Tangerines -49-50 

30. " " " n _ - , n » _ By Markets Past 10 Yrs -51 -52 

31. " " " "_",""_ Tangerine Break-down - - 53 

32. Exports - Florida Citrus, Fresh - By Weeks, 1963-64 Season 

Imports - Citrus - Into Florida - By Country of Origin 54 

33. Delivered Cannery Prices - 1963-64 Season - — — - — _____ — — _ — - 55 

34. Florida Canners' Association - Consolidated Report - __— -_ _— - 55 

35. .. n n _ Production Data --57-58 

36. Exports - U. S, Citrus - Fresh - July, 1963 through June, 1964 - -59 -60 

37. Containers - Florida - By Kind of Citrus -^1 -62 

38. Florida Consnercial Citrus Trees By Type - By County ------ ----- 63 

39. " " " " By Area - Bearing Surface Classification 1963- 64 

40. Citrus Trees Moved from Florida Nurseries - — _-_--_--— 65 



UKTTED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Agrioultural Marketing Serrios 

and the 

FLORIDA DEPT, OF AGRICULTURE, MARiCETING DIVISION 
Marketing Bureau Section 
C«cperatia^ 



MARICET NEWS SERVICE ON raUITS AND VEGETABLES 



MARKETDJG FLORIIIA CHRUS 
SmMARY OF 1963-64 SEASON 

Daily market reports on citrus were issued at lakeland, Florida 
from October 1, 1963 to June 1, 1964 inclusive 



GENERAL COMMENTS 

Florida citrus groves are recoxering steadily from the damaging freeze of December 1962, 
with a total production of slightly over 90 million boxes for the 1963-64 season. It appearo 
that it will be several years before production will reach the pre-fl-eeze level of the record 
crop harvested in 1961-62 totaling 153,740,000 boxes. 

Substantial shifts have occurred in area and age group distribution of tree numbers since 
the 1962 survey. East coast area indicated a two million tree increase, 80 percent of which 
is oranges. But this was far more than offset by a combined loss of 5,9 million trees in 
upper interior and west coast areas, with 21 and 18 percent loss respectively. Tree numbers 
increased slightly in the lower interior ceunties as recent settings more than offset freeze 
losses. 

United States citrus preliminary production figures as released by Statistical Reporting 
Service of the U, S, Department of Agriculture, for crop year 1963-64, amounted to approxi- 
mately 149 million boxes, oranges slightly under 92 million grapefruit approximately 34-2- million, 
lemons 17,940,000, tangerines 3,600,000, tangelos 900,000, limes 450,000, Florida breakdown on 
all citrus frxiits as follows: Oranges (including temples) 58,300,000 boxes, grapefruit 
26,800,000 boxes, tangerines 3,600,000 boxes, tangelos 900,000 boxes, for a grand total of 
90,050,000. All above figures subject to correction, 

Florida's combined volume of fresh citrus shipments were 3,152 oars over the previous 
season. All citrus shows slight increase as follows: Oranges 596 cars; grapefruit 1,360 cars; 
tangerines 1,196 cars. All comparison for oranges, grapefruit and tangerines include the esti- 
mated proportion of mixed oars (exclusive of all Florida consolidated l,c,l. express oars for 
both years). For the 1963-64 season the percentage of shipments that moved from the state by 
rail totaled 22,22 percent, by truok 77,78 percent. 



General Cocments Cont'd 

Total number of oars Florida oranges & grapefruit sold at auction this season, approxi- 
cately 20^ less than 1962-63, Total cars sold 1963-64, oranges 1696, grapefruit 3050. In 
contrast to decrease in number of cars, price averages were slightly higher. Oranges 7.78 
average, grapefruit 6,09 average per full box. Tangerines (straight) volume sold on Auction 
market slightly less than 1962-63 season. Number of oars sold 605, average price 4.31 per 
4/5 box. 

The number of boxes used by Florida Canners in 1963-64 as compiled by Florida Canners' 
Association slightly less than 58,000,000 as compared to 80,000,000 for the 1962-63 season. 
Delivered cannery prices were much higher than last season with an average thru September 
5th as follows: Oranges, concentrate $5.27839; juice $4,75820, Grapefruit juioe $2.05254; 
sections $2,56829. Tangerine juice $2,62002, 

Shipments of fresh citrus unloads from Florida in 1963-64 totaled slightly over 59,000 
cars for the 41 U, S. Cities and 5 Canadian Cities via rail & truck. Orange unloads from 
Florida totaled 10,962. New York City-Newark leading the way with approximately 50/o of the 
grand total of rail while truck percentages are much less, Philadelphia was 2nd with a total 
number of 713 rail; 765 truck. Unloads of Florida Grapefruit in 41 Cities ( rail & truck ) 
totaled 15,444; again New York City-Newark receiving the greater part both rail & -^vafc with 
Philadelphia 2nd with a grand total of 1,260 cars. Both tangerines & minted citrus Florida 
was well represented. Grand total tangerines 2,806j Mixed Citrus 1,164, 



The conversion factor of 500 boxes — used in converting truck shipments to oarlots. 



For detailed auction data for California citrus for 1963-64 season, write Federal-State 
Market News Service, 300 Wholesale Terminal Building, Los Angeles, California, 



Additional copies of this SIMMRY may be obtained 

upon request to 

Federal-state Market News Service 

P, 0, Box 69 

Lakeland, Florida 



WEATHER 
CHARACTER OF THE 1963-64 S JASON 

The 1963-64 winter season was long, wet and cold, beginning with frost in cold locations 
of the northern Districts on October 30 and 31st and ending with frost and freezing 
temperatures in northern and central districts on Iviarcb 31st, Some scattered light 
frost occurred in the Gainesville district on April 1st and in isolated areas of the 
Everglades. Cool to cold weather prevailed for the foxu- month period, November-February, 
with a reversal to v;arm weather beginning at the first of i/^arch. This warm period was 
interrupted with the daitaging frost for truck crops on f/^rch 31st. Many rainy days 
resulted in nruch cloudy weather during the season to keep daytime temperatures much belovj 
the normal. The consistently cold season is shown by the occurrence of 63 cold nights 
(36° or below on the peninsula) which is only three below the record number of 66 in the 
1939-40 season. All but five of these occurred during the four months, November thru 
February. In December a new record of 22 cold nights for the month was set since frost 
warning records were begun in 1935. Temperatures averaged below normal in all months 
November thru February and were much below normal in December and February, Tempera- 
tures averaged above norinal in hdarch. 

The early and late season frosts, frequent frosts during the season, much above normal 
rainfall, and nany cool cloudy days were very detrimental to truck crops, unprotected 
ornamentals and pastures. Crop growth was seriously retarded, quality and yield reduced 
and spring planting was delayed in northern, central and the Everglades districts. 

Rainfall of near 25 inches in northern, near 20 inches in central, and 10-15 inches in 
southern districts gave one of the wettest seasons of record for most of the peninsula 
except the Lower East Coast. This was especially beneficial to tree crops since the 
season followed a long dry period which had been record breaking in length for some 
places in central sections. Soil moisture was more than adequate and water levels 
raised by persistent, and at times, heavy rains. 

The season was especially beneficial for citrus. The early season cold weather induced 
dormancy and cold temperatures kept the trees dormant until late in February. The sud- 
den change to warm weather in i.iarch brought an extraordinarily heavy bloom and set a 
very good crop of fruit. Grove heating was done only on six nights in the Gainesville 
district and three nights in central districts, 

April temperatures averaged above normal. Generally a rather warm month except for 
the first two days. Scattered frost occurred on April 1st at isolated low ground 
locations in northern and central areas and a few places in the colder backlands 
of the Everglades. Rainfall was one to three inches below normal in the citrus areas. 

May temperatures were near to slightly below normal and rainfall was one-half to one 
and one-half inches below normal* 

June was hot and dry in the citrus areas with rainfall deficiency ranging from one and one- 
half to as much as seven inches in the citirus areas, 

July experienced near normal temperatures and some increased in precipitation. Some 
stations reported below nonnal rainfall while a few locations had rainfall above normal, 

August recorded ample rainfall in most all areas and temperatures averaged near normal. 



Furnished thru the courtesy of the Federal-State Frost Warning Service - - - Lakeland, Florida 





SELECTED 


PT,nRTriA CTTRIJS WEA.THm STATIONS - 


1963-64 SEA.S0N 
























SUtion 


1 December 


1963 
■1 '25 • 1 


~26" 


January 
3 1 14 


1964 1 

ri5 1 


February 1964 1 
-12 l' 24 1 


Uaroh 1964 
... .^^ 


Citra 


1 j.y 
26 


r WW 

25 


1 C<b/ ' 

27 


28 


28 


23 


23 


31 


30 


32 


Deland 


31 


34 


28 


30 


29 


25 


27 


32 


33 


36 


h&IDB 


33 


36 


30 


32 


30 


25 


31 


34 


32 


35 


Fruitland Park 


29 


30 


27 


30 


28 


23 


24 


28 


35 


31 


Heidrioh Groves 


30 


33 


28 


30 


29 


25 


27 


33 


33 


36 


Forest City 


32 


35 


29 


31 


28 


25 


27 


32 


32 


36 


Howey 


32 


36 


30 


31 


28 


25 


26 


32 


33 


36 


Dr. Phillips 


32 


34 


33 


32 


27 


27 


28 


31 


30 


36 


Conway 


33 


38 


33 


32 


29 


26 


31 


33 


32 


38 


Brooksville 


28 


30 


28 


30 


28 


26 


26 


28 


33 


35 


Passadena 


31 


33 


28 


31 


23 


25 


27 


24 


28 


36 


Valrico 


33 


36 


32 


33 


27 


29 


28 


27 


28 


38 


Denham 


31 


32 


30 


34 


27 


28 


29 


31 


30 


38 


Elf era 


30 


32 


29 


34 


25 


30 


23 


26 


23 


38 


Parrish 


34 


37 


35 


36 


33 


31 


27 


35 


30 


39 


Sarasota 


36 


39 


37 


38 


33 


33 


29 


37 


33 


40 


Lakeland ,^Z Sta. 


30 


36 


30 


33 


28 


27 


29 


29 


30 


35 


Polk City 


31 


33 


29 


31 


25 


27 


29 


29 


30 


35 


Lake Alfred 


32 


35 


30 


32 


26 


27 


30 


32 


32 


37 


Mamnoth 


31 


36 


29 


31 


27 


28 


28 


32 


i2 


35 


Avon Park 


35 


39 


30 


31 


30 


31 


29 


33 


31 


35 


Bartow 


33 


37 


31 


34 


28 


28 


29 


30 


32 


39 


Arcadia 


34 


37 


29 


32 


29 


31 


24 


34 


31 


40 


Cocoa 


35 


37 


31 


34 


32 


27 


33 


36 


33 


40 


Vero Beach 


39 


43 


30 


35 


35 


30 


33 


37 


33 


41 


Stuart 


42 


47 


35 


37 


41 


33 


32 


42 


36 


45 


Hypoluxo 5^1 Sta. 


44 


45 


36 


37 


45 


36 


34 


41 


38 


50 


Home stead 


46 


47 


38 


36 


45 


42 


30 


44 


37 


48 



Furnished thru the courtesy of the Federal-State Frost Warning Service Lakeland, Florida 



TOTAL RAINTALL - ,BY KONTHS 

SJLECTJI) U. S. FLORIDA IfEATSiR BUREAU STATIONS 

1963-64 SEASON 

T 1 1 1 1 1 I I r 



STATION OCT. I NOV. I DEC. I JAN. I FEB. I MAR. I APR. I MAY I JUNE I JULYI TOTAL 

II I i I I I I ' I 



X 



Avon Park .45 5.28 3.59 2.Q7 4.58 3.81 2.28 3.24 6.08 9.44 41.72 

Bartow .20 6.52 2.64 5.02 5.22 3.40 1.80 3.47 .73 7.87 36.87 

Bradenton Expr. Sta. .05 4.60 3.60 3.74 5.25 3.73 .63 2.95 7.64 7.16 39.35 

Brooksville .22 4.15 3.69 7.68 4.14 5.06 2.49 4.60 4.27 16.33 52.63 

Bushnell ,24 5.05 2.10 6.46 4.66 4.91 .92 4.09 4.82 8.77 42.02 

Clermont .27 5.62 2.36 5.91 3.75 6.24 2.11 1.83 5.39 8.36 41.85 

Daytona Beach Airport 2.71 7.98 2.17 5.29 2.65 4.84 3.61 2,58 4.73 7.67 44.23 

Crescent City .83 5.55 3.03 6.55 4.92 3.98 5.53 2.31 7.76 12.55 ^8.01 

Ft. Lauderdale Expr.Sta7.76 1.30 4.30 .92 4.19 .31 4.40 14.99 6.13 3.43 47.73 

Ft. layers Airport ,05 3.45 2.27 2.88 3.30 2,12 .80 .50 4.58 2.28 22.23 

Fort Pierce 7,49 3.05 8.21 2.16 6.13 1.36 5.44 3.24 2.44 7.16 46.68 

Homestead Expr, Sta. 3,56 1.55 2.65 .55 2.46 1.83 6.16 2.22 9,21 7.09 37,28 

Island Grove ,67 2.70 3.08 9.19 7.05 3.23 5.56 .79 3.95 13.30 49.52 

LaBelle 1.15 3.96 3.32 2.47 5.09 .52 2.84 2.31 8.60 6.75* 37.01 

Lake Alfred Expr, Sta. 1.36 6.82 2.37 5.24 4,22 3,80 1.69 4.04 3.15 8.31 41.00 

Ukeland Weather Bur, ,33 5.71 2.08 5.71 4.17 3.34 1.22 2.83 5.79 5.65 36.83 

lake Placid 1,09 3.76 2.19 2.46 5.38 1.06 .49 4.24 5.04 5.91 31,62 

Melbourne 2,19 9.72 3.07 2.89 5.55 2.07 .37 4.67 3.31 6,00 39.84 

Miami Airport 4,43 1.43 4.26 .45 2.21 .50 3.31 4.67 10.48 5.51 37.25 

Mountain Lake ,05 6.13 2.79 4.58 5.44 3.17 2.14 3.11 2.24 4.40 34.05 

Ocala .09 3.98 2.91 8.05 5.46 3.92 4.21 .86 5.98 13.57 49.03 

Orlando Airport .46 6.39 2.26 6.18 3.42 4.65 2.14 2.74 6.11 6.68 41.03 

Plant City .14 6.46 2.21 6.39 5.34 4.71 1.02 2.94 6.11 8.08 43.40 

Saint Leo .14 6.12 2.71 5.37 4.44 5.16 .79 4.95 8.89 9.08 47.65 

St. Petersburg ,31 6.04 3.72 3.30 5.97 4.00 .80 2.30 3,86 7.86 38.16 

Tampa Airport ,29 6.12 2.31 5.08 5.37 3.92 .53 3.58 6.64 9.75 43.59 

Wauchula .27 5.89 2.58 3.13 5.04 4.34 3.39 2.68 3.26 6.20 36.78 

West Palm Beach Airpt 13.81 3.02 4.86 .98 4.36 1.82 7.45 5.74 10.23 5.29 57.56 

Winter Haven ,46 6.27 2.00 5.62 4.73 3.31 1.12 2.97 5.46 5.32 37,26 
• Devil's Garden 



Furnished thru the courtesy of the Jederal-State Frost Warning Service Lakeland, Fla, 



TABLE 1 



- 1 - 



0RAJ:GES & lA lJGZRINES - CARLOT SHIK.uLi'iTS (RAIL & BOAT ) 3Y vr^EKS 
iy63-64 and iQb2-b'i SKASONS 



Week 


1 


FLORIDA 


1 


CALIF. 1 


End- 


1 






1- 






ing 


1 1963 


-64 1 


1962-63 1 


•63-64 1 


•62-6- 


1963 
















Orgs 


Tan^s 


Orgs 


Tangs 






9/7 


- 


- 


13 


- 


268 


301 


14 


— 


- 


8 


- 


344 


344 


21 


- 


- 


3 


- 


230 


369 


28 


— 


— 


— 


— 


320 


380 


10/5 


3 


- 


4 


- 


323 


283 


12 


15 


- 


32 


- 


347 


210 


19 


22 


- 


35 


- 


280 


165 


26 


30 


2 


55 


— 


257 


256 


11/2 


50 


8 


128 


1 


225 


152 


9 


56 


11 


171 


4 


75 


114 


16 


49 


38 


109 


13 


112 


229 


23 


92 


90 


161 


90 


337 


393 


30 


45 


55 


163 


78 


506 


499 


12/7 


108 


82 


178 


184 


736 


749 


14 


186 


109 


500 


242 


827 


649 


21 


100 


39 


104 


14 


438 


486 


28 


28 


11 


18 


- 


438 


352 


1964 














1/4 


87 


48 


50 


4 


530 


442 


U 


118 


48 


83 


5 


627 


455 


16 


128 


11 


88 


6 


743 


473 


25 


126 


8 


82 


1 


655 


557 


2/1 


111 


- 


109 


1 


832 


344 


8 


62 


1 


53 


- 


843 


293 


15 


92 


2 


56 


- 


770 


192 


22 


104 


3 


75 


1 


708 


258 


29 


97 


4 


82 


— 


742 


334 


3/7 


94 


1 


87 


- 


708 


300 


14 


130 


- 


125 


- 


703 


271 


21 


102 


- 


119 


- 


679 


297 


28 


94 


- 


107 


- 


371 


258 


4/4 


127 


- 


91 


- 


318 


294 


11 


105 


- 


108 


- 


541 


258 


18 


149 


- 


107 


- 


530* 


205 


25 


148 


- 


100 


— 


545 


271 


5/2 


144 


- 


86 


- 


580 


383 


9 


159 


- 


119 


- 


657 


500 


16 


180 


- 


124 


- 


663 


544 


23 


178 


- 


74 


- 


728 


570 


30 


145 


- 


40 


- 


650 


554 


6/6 


99 


- 


50 


- 


475 


599 


13 


70 


- 


35 


- 


456 


480 


20 


39 


- 


25 


- 


520 


537 


27 


32 


— 


14 


— 


425 


479 


7/4 


26 


- 


10 


- 


395 


417 


11 


7 


- 


2 


- 


328 


391 


18 


- 


- 


- 


- 


371 


450 


25 


- 


- 


- 


- 


364 


451 


8/1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


382 


452 


8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


359 


405 


15 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


311 


404 


22 


- 


- 


- 


— 


317 


372 


29 


- 


- 


- 


- 


349 


398 



TEX. I ARIZ. I TOTAL I Imports I TAJfGS.;^ 

! 63-641 62-63 ! 1963-64 '~p^3^^ 



'64l'«63 j '64l'63 



MEX. Vf .Iad- Calif, 
ieB 



— 


- 


268 


314 


3 


1 


- 


- 


344 


352 


- 


- 


— 


— 


230 


372 


- 


- 


- 


- 


320 


380 


- 


3 


— 


- 


326 


287 


- 


- 


— 


- 


362 


242 


- 


- 


- 


. 


302 


200 


- 


^ 


— 


— 


289 


311 


- 


- 


— 


— 


283 


281 


10 


2 


m. 


— 


142 


289 


11 


2 


3 


1 


202 


352 


23 


14 


20 


8 


539 


652 


62 


2 


59 


30 


665 


770 


- 


22 


58 


39 


985 


1150 


1 


14 


80 


33 


1202 


1424 


- 


14 


37 


37 


614 


641 


- 


47 


33 


31 


510 


401 


1 


33 


52 


27 


718 


523 


. 


34 


22 


19 


815 


562 


- 


33 


15 


51 


897 


618 


- 


50 


6 


19 


795 


659 


- 


49 


2 


9 


945 


463 


- 


53 


4 


4 


910 


350 


- 


35 


17 


3 


881 


251 


- 


35 


21 


19 


836 


353 


- 


21 


10 


18 


853 


434 


- 


18 


8 


33 


811 


420 


- 


15 


7 


41 


840 


437 


- 


16 


28 


52 


809 


468 


- 


- 


30 


43 


495 


408 


- 


- 


45 


42 


490 


427 


- 


- 


67 


48 


713 


414 


- 


- 


69 


43 


748 


355 


- 


- 


55 


29 


748 


400 


- 


- 


58 


16 


782 


485 


- 


- 


44 


13 


860 


632 


- 


- 


31 


5 


874 


673 


- 


- 


15 


1 


921 


645 


- 


- 


10 


- 


805 


594 


- 


- 


10 


- 


584 


649 


- 


- 


2 


5 


528 


520 


- 


- 


6 


1 


565 


563 


- 


- 


— 


— 


457 


493 


- 


- 


— 


— 


421 


427 


- 


- 


- 


— 


335 


393 


- 


- 


— 


- 


371 


450 


- 


- 


— 


- 


364 


451 


- 


- 


— 


- 


382 


452 


- 


- 


— 


— 


359 


465 


- 


— 


- 


- 


311 


404 


- 


- 


- 


- 


317 


372 


- 


- 


- 


- 


349 


398 


- 


- 



1 
1 
1 

2 

3 

4 
1 

3 
1 

3 
2 

1 
2 
1 

1 
1 



TOTAL 3737 571 3783 644 25238 19819 



- 924 720 30472 24966 111 513 



29 



^Additional Shipnents 1963-64 season: Porta Rica - V/eek Ending Feb. 1-8; Feb. 15-6; Feb. 

22 - 2. Note - 1963-64 season figures following -week ending 3/28/64 subject to correction; 

1962-63 season corrected beginning week ending 4/6/63 thru week ending 8/31/53. 
• Calif, boat Tinavailable. 



TABLE 2 



2 - 



GRAPEFRUIT - CARLOT SHIPIv3ENTS 
(RAIL & BOAT ) - BY WISEKS 



Week I 
End- I 



FLaRIM I CALIFORNIA I 



tng" I 63-64 I 62-63 | 63-64 I 62-63 | 



TEXAS I ARIZONA I 

1 ""I 

•63 1 63-64 I 62-63 | 



TOTAL 



•64 I 



63-64 I 62-63 



1963 

9/7 
14 
21 

28 

10/5 
12 
19 
26 

11/2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

12/7 
14 
21 
28 

1964 

Tn 

.11 
18 
25 

2/1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

3/7 
14 
21 
28 

4/ 4 
11 
18 
25 

5/2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

6/ 6 
13 
20 
27 

7/4 
11 
18 
25 

8/1 

8 

15 

22 

29 



15 
56 
75 

54 
95 
137 
140 
159 
154 
120 
142 
143 
61 
177 
216 

47 

83 

150 

199 

216 

160 

107 

204 

196 

190 

168 

196 

199 

190 

149 

116 

111 

98 

82 

144 

94 

52 

44 

19 

29 

24 

15 

13 



TOTAL 5059 



6 
20 

65 
64 
138 
180 
140 
145 
121 
142 
183 
190 
289 
138 
35 

236 

160 

111 

90 

119 

101 

97 

100 

72 

89 

93 

105 

121 

130 

138 

167 

138 

112 

117 

148 

99 

72 

80 

56 

47 

16 

5 



9 
3 
4 

1 



2 
1 

9 
8 

3 

4 
5 
5 

8 

8 

10 

18 

9 

8 

10 

14 

40 

28 

28 

34 

13* 

64 

80 

120 

124 

183 

129 

140 

71 

98 

127 

81 

61 

64 

69 

97 

77 

107 

103 

75 



4675 



2152 



59 
57 
19 

16 
4 
2 



4 

2 

3 
4 

7 

14 
6 
19 
18 
16 
25 
17 
27 
12 
20 
20 
21 
25 
37 
74 
61 
66 
77 
82 
86 
68 
67 
81 
78 
38 
26 
34 
33 
13 



1340 



1 
1 



5 
3 
2 
4 



15 



2 
3 
9 

13 
8 

18 
6 
6 

12 

10 
18 
25 
18 
17 
22 
22 
11 
28 
10 
44 
35 
38 
26 
18 
16 
26 
43 
44 
63 
42 
36 
36 
34 
44 
43 
26 
24 
7 
2 



3 
5 
4 
1 
2 
4 
29 
18 

6 
5 
2 
6 
7 
4 
9 
15 
13 
12 
13 
8 
11 
4 
4 
3 
2 
4 
7 
9 
7 
4 
6 
3 
4 
2 
2 



24 

59 

79 

55 

95 

137 

140 

159 

156 

123 

151 

158 

70 

200 

234 

16 

66 

97 
174 
229 
242 
205 
139 
244 
216 
226 
188 
254 
274 
256 
203 
168 
140 
188 
205 
308 
281 
277 
209 
195 
134 
166 
185 
120 
85 
71 
71 
97 
77 
107 
103 
75 



905 



238 



8131 



59 

57 

25 

36 

69 

66 

138 

180 

140 

148 

126 

147 

185 

192 

293 

168 

57 

244 

165 

116 

100 

133 

105 

120 

123 

104 

119 

122 

138 

149 

161 

154 

190 

160 

137 

149 

194 

180 

137 

152 

136 

133 

104 

75 

67 

81 

78 

38 

26 

34 

33 

13 



6256 



No Imports 1963-64 Season. Note - 1963-64 season figures following week ending 3/28/64 
subject to correction; 1962-63 season corrected beginning week ending 4/6/63 tliru week ending 
8/31/63 » 
• Calif, boat unavailable. 



TABLE 3 - 3 - 

MIXED CITRUS - CaRLOT RAIL SHIPtffiNTS 
BY V/EEKS 

No Florida, or Texas - consolidated l.c.l. express shipments included 1963-64 or 1962-63 season. 



Week I 

End- I 

ia£ I '63-64 



FLORIDA 



•I- 



CALIFCRNIA 



TEXA.S 



ARIZONA 



i- 



TOTAL 



I '62-63 1 63-64 I 62-63 I 63-64162-63 I 63-64162-63 I 1963-6411962-63 



1963 



9/ 7 


_ 


_ 


24 


14 


■> 


— 


18 


21 


- 


■> 


9 


28 


» 


1 


14 


10/5 


2 


2 


6 


12 , 


9 


6 


4 


19 


12 


12 


2 


26 


14 


23 


6 


11/2 


26 


36 


8 


9 


31 


45 


7 


16 


27 


57 


- 


23 


58 


80 


4 


30 


47 


74 


3 


12/7 


54 


1C9 


4 


14 


130 


230 


7 


21 


50 


55 


11 


28 


20 


8 


6 


1964 








1/ 4 


27 


32 


11 


11 


35 


58 


11 


18 


48 


46 


9 


25 


48 


31 


10 


2/ 1 


40 


47 


23 


8 


27 


32 


13 


15 


43 


33 


14 


22 


45 


45 


17 


29 


49 


35 


17 


3/ 7 


23 


34 


18 


14 


39 


45 


15 


21 


25 


41 


13 


28 


22 


38 


3 


4/ 4 


37 


30 


5 


11 


22 


27 


7 


18 


26 


21 


1 


25 


29 


26 


5 


5/2 


23 


23 


18 


9 


24 


24 


27 


16 


18 


37 


31 


23 


12 


30 


35 


30 


17 


20 


31 


6/ 6 


9 


24 


31 


13 


6 


6 


37 


20 


5 


10 


49 


27 


1 


3 


50 


7/4 


3 


2 


45 


11 


- 


- 


77 


16 


- 


— 


78 


25 


- 


— 


60 


8/1 


- 


- 


63 


8 


— 


— 


71 


15 


- 


- 


57 


22 


— 


- 


63 


29 


- 


- 


39 



45 

36 

19 

13 

13 

5 

3 

2 

2 

3 

5 

6 

10 

10 

11 

17 

14 

12 
21 
13 
20 
17 
13 
8 
14 
13 
15 
12 
12 
8 
15 
8 
7 
4 
6 
7 
15 
13 
27 
26 
41 
53 
40 
57 
94 
67 
68 
59 
54 
60 
48 
29 



1 
2 

2 
2 
4 



2 


— 


1 


- 


3 


1 


6 


3 


7 


2 


6 


6 


10 


4 


2 


7 


3 


2 


3 


2 


3 


2 


6 


1 


5 


2 


4 


- 


4 


- 


3 


- 


4 


- 


3 


1 


4 


2 


4 


3 


— 


4 


6 


2 


10 


1 


6 


- 


5 


3 


4 


1 


8 


4 


6 


1 


12 


1 


8 


- 


3 


- 


3 


- 


6 


- 



24 


45 


18 


36 


9 


19 


14 


14 


8 


15 


13 


11 


14 


15 


20 


25 


36 


36 


39 


46 


30 


63 


68 


89 


57 


86 


64 


125 


147 


245 


64 


84 


31 


24 


43 


46 


51 


81 


67 


60 


63 


53 


68 


64 


44 


45 


60 


41 


66 


59 


66 


48 


44 


50 


58 


59 


42 


56 


25 


50 


48 


47 


39 


36 


33 


28 


39 


33 


45 


30 


59 


35 


55 


53 


59 


44 


56 


47 


43 


52 


46 


47 


60 


63 


51 


43 


48 


59 


77 


94 


78 


67 


60 


68 


63 


59 


71 


54 


57 


60 


63 


48 


39 


29 



TOTAL 1183 



1538 



1187 



1192 



12 



160 



55 



2542 



2790 



Note - 1963-64 season figures following ■week ending 3/28/64 subject to correction; 

season corrected beginning week ending 4/6/63 thru week ending 8/31/63. 
No Imports 1963-64 Season, 



1962-63 



TABLE 4- 



- A - 



FLORIDA MIXED CAR AIIALYSIS — RAIL SHIRIENTS 







1, *^\yi V .fc*.** A 




1963-64 SaSON 














1 
1 


ORANGES 




1 GRAPEFRUIT 


1 lANGERIMES 1 
1 1 ^ 1 


Week 
Endir 


v;eek Ending 1 


Season 


1 Week Ending] 


T^£gl?i 


1 Week Ending j 


:3e<iBoa 
To-Date 


1963 




J^' 


% 


% 


% 


% 


% 


















Sept. 


7 


■p 


- 


" 


m* 


^ 


.*" 




14 


"• 


• 






^ 


_ 




21 


"• 


^ 






^ 


^ 




28 


— 


" 


"* 








Oct. 


5 


- 


— 


■• 


* 








12 


— 


~ 


**" 










19 


- 


- 


— 


•• 


^ 


^ 




26 


7.4 


4.8 


91.2 


90.6 


1.4 


4.6 


Nov. 


2 


53.1 


29.2 


34.5 


62.3 


12.4 


8.5 




9 


37.6 


31.5 


44,7 


57.4 


17.7 


11.1 




16 


61.1 


47.3 


38.9 


47.5 


- 


5.2 




23 


23.1 


39.6 


49,9 


48.3 


27.0 


12.1 




30 


44.3 


41.3 


46,2 


47.5 


9.5 


11.2 


Dec. 


7 


49.2 


44,2 


43,4 


46.0 


7.4 


9.8 




14 


54.8 


49.6 


25.2 


35.5 


20.0 


15.0 




21 


50.6 


49.7 


30,4 


34.8 


19,0 


15.5 




28 


48.1 


49.6 


45.9 


35.7 


6,0 


14.7 


1964 
















Jan. 


4 


26.3 


48,6 


73.7 


37.3 


— 


14.1 




11 


52.2 


49,0 


39.7 


37.6 


8.1 


13.4 




18 


38.2 


47,4 


49.0 


39.3 


12.8 


13.3 




25 


38.2 


46.5 


54.0 


40.7 


7.8 


12,8 


Feb. 


1 


43.1 


46,1 


53.6 


42.3 


3.3 


11.6 




8 


48.2 


46.2 


48.9 


42.7 


2,9 


11.1 




15 


44.5 


46.1 


53.9 


43.4 


1.6 


10,5 




22 


52.1 


46.5 


47.4 


43.6 


.5 


9.9 




29 


43.2 


46.3 


56.8 


44.7 


— 


9.0 


Mar. 


7 


55.3 


46.6 


42.7 


44.7 


2.0 


8.7 




14 


36.6 


46.1 


61.3 


45.6 


2.1 


8.3 




21 


45.9 


46.1 


54.1 


46.0 


— 


7.9 




28 


43.4 


45.9 


55.8 


46.5 


.8 


7.6 


Apr. 


4 


44.5 


45.8 


54.7 


47.0 


.8 


7.2 




11 


50.4 


46.0 


49.5 


47.1 


.1 


6.9 




18 


49.0 


46,2 


50.8 


47.3 


.2 


6.5 




25 


42,9 


46.1 


57.1 


47.6 




6.3 


May 


2 


43.3 


46.0 


56.7 


47.9 


w> 


6.1 




9 


48.0 


46.0 


52.0 


48,0 


. 


6.0 




16 


25.6 


45.9 


74,4 


48.2 


• ' 


5.9 




23 


70.3 


46.1 


29.7 


48.0 


_ 


5.9 




30 


49.7 


46.2 


50.3 


48.0 


_ 


5.8 


June 


6 


43.1 


46.1 


56.9 


48.1 


- 


5.8 




13 


76.4 


46.2 


23.6 


48.0 


^ 


5.8 




20 


8.5 


46.1 


91.5 


48.1 


_ 


5.8 




27 


8.4 


46.1 


91.6 


48.1 


_ 


5.8 


July 


4 
11 
18 
25 














Aug. 


1 

8 

15 






























22 . 
















29 















Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange a the Federal-State ivlarket News Service 



TABLE 5 - 5 - 

TOTAL FLORIDA. CITRUS SHIPMarTS. RAIL-BOAT-TRUCK. BY WEEKS - 1963-64 SEA.SCaf 

Includes the estinated proportion of 'mixed' oars 4 truck shipments - Intra & Interstate movement. 
Does not include any Florida consolidated l.o.l. express shipmente. 



R A N G S S 



GRAPEFRUIT 



TANGERINES 



Week 
Ending 


1 

1 Rail i Boat 1 


Truck 2* 


* 1 

1 Rail & Boat 1 


Truck # 


1 

1 Rail 4 Boat 1 


Truck ^ 


1963 


Cars 


Cars 


Cars 


Cars 


Cars 


Cars 


9/ 7 


mm 


. 


15 


95 


« 


— 


14 


«• 


2 


56 


366 


> 


- 


21 


* 


10 


75 


542 


• 


«• 


28 


«» 


15 


54 


332 


- 


- 


10/5 


4 


72 


96 


801 


• 


- 


12 


18 


168 


143 


677 


— 


- 


19 


26 


228 


146 


650 


- 


11 


26 


31 


351 


172 


644 


2 


43 


11/2 


64 


370 


163 


731 


U 


130 


9 


68 


466 


134 


796 


16 


256 


16 


65 


347 


153 


556 


38 


231 


23 


105 


545 


172 


729 


106 


562 


30 


66 


315 


83 


416 


59 


262 


12/7 


134 


563 


201 


636 


66 


524 


14 


257 


856 


249 


745 


135 


631 


21 


125 


918 


15 


606 


49 


482 


28 


38 


296 


56 


232 


12 


148 


1964 














I7"4 


94 


479 


103 


551 


48 


175 


11 


136 


352 


164 


767 


51 


113 


18 


146 


376 


223 


841 


17 


34 


25 


144 


509 


242 


692 


12 


8 


2/1 


128 


796 


202 


680 


1 


10 


e 


75 


377 


120 


543 


2 


2 


15 


111 


462 


227 


783 


3 


3 


22 


128 


367 


217 


738 


3 


3 


29 


lie 


266 


218 


574 


4 


1 


3/7 


107 


360 


178 


655 


1 


1 


14 


144 


360 


220 


561 


1 


4 


21 


113 


336 


213 


513 


- 


• 


28 


104 


341 


202 


485 


— 


- 


4/ 4 


144 


381 


169 


401 


— 


— 


11 


116 


382 


127 


460 


• 


— 


18 


162 


333 


124 


347 


. 


- 


25 


160 


296 


115 


276 


• 


. 


5/2 


154 


252 


95 


193 


~ 


m. 


9 


171 


245 


156 


92 


- 


- 


16 


185 


190 


107 


66 


• 


- 


23 


186 


163 


56 


47 


m. 


. 


30 


153 


90 


53 


34 


_ 


— 


6/ 6 


103 


70 


24 


13 


.• 


- 


13 


75 


32 


30 


10 


~ 


- 


20 


39 


29 


29 


8 


— 


« 


27 


32 


23 


16 


6 


— 


. 


7/4 


26 


12 


16 


4 


- 


- 


11 


7 


6 


m 


2 


^ 


_ 


18 


- 


2 


- 


2 


„ 


— 


25 


. 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


9/1 


- 


11 


- 


4 


- 


- 


8 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


15 


- 


- 


— 


<• 


— 


- 


22 


- 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


29 


— 


_ 


— 


_ 


_ 


mm 



TOTAL 



4262 



13421 



5631 



19908 



657 



3634 



iH — Corrected 

Florida truck data made available 
through the coxirtesy of the Citrus Inspection Division, Winter Haven, Fla, 



TABLE 6 



Note - 



- 6 - 

TOTAL SHIH.JiraS. FLORIDA CITRUS - BY WEEJfS - 1 963-64 & 1962-63 SEASONS 
Includes rail, boat, truck & 'mixed' citrus broken dovm into estiniated proportion, 
rruok reduced to carlot equivalents on basis 500 boxes per oar. No I.e. 1. express 
included. Florida l.c.l. express, by months, 1963-64 season - see bottom of page. 

GRAPEFRUIT 



Week 
Ending 



1963 

9/7 
14 
21 

28 

10/5 
12 
19 
26 

11/2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

12/7 
14 
21 
28 

1964 

11 
18 
25 

2/1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

3/7 
14 
21 
28 

4/ 4 
11 
18 
25 

5/2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

6/ 6 
13 
20 
27 

7/4 
11 
18 
25 

8/ 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 



TO- 
TAL 



ORANGES 



TANGERINES 



TOTAL 



' 1963-64 I 1962-63 | 1963-64 I 1962-63 1963-64 I 1962-63 , 1963-64 I 1962-63 



Cars 



17683 



Cars 



_ 


13 


2 


12 


10 


23 


15 


46 


76 


117 


185 


216 


254 


310 


382 


489 


434 


912 


534 


852 


412 


1243 


650 


994 


381 


1062 


697 


1282 


1113 


1969 


1043 


444 


334 


64 


573 


250 


488 


427 


522 


411 


653 


455 


924 


472 


452 


342 


573 


369 


495 


419 


384 


454 


467 


458 


504 


439 


449 


343 


445 


304 


525 


267 


498 


278 


495 


244 


456 


207 


406 


181 


416 


194 


375 


194 


349 


111 


243 


58 


173 


60 


107 


44 


68 


30 


55 


16 


38 


10 


13 


2 


2 


. 


1 


. 


11 


. 



17087 



Cars 



25539 



Cars 



Cars 



110 


- 


422 


15 


617 


144 


386 


279 


897 


626 


820 


755 


798 


1077 


816 


921 


894 


916 


930 


758 


711 


1066 


901 


782 


499 


865 


839 


954 


994 


1114 


621 


358 


288 


101 


654 


698 


931 


671 


1064 


678 


934 


758 


882 


720 


663 


771 


1010 


714 


955 


690 


792 


680 


833 


732 


781 


693 


726 


663 


687 


656 


570 


624 


587 


593 


471 


604 


391 


519 


288 


411 


248 


397 


173 


408 


103 


244 


87 


140 


37 


166 


40 


110 


37 


66 


24 


34 


20 


8 


2 


_ 


2 


- 



11 

45 
141 
272 
269 
668 
321 
610 
766 
531 
160 

223 

164 

51 

20 

11 

4 

6 

6 

5 

2 

5 



24179 



4291 



Cars 



Cars 



Cars 



_ 


110 


13 


_ 


424 


27 


- 


627 


167 


— 


401 


325 


_ 


973 


743 


_ 


1006 


971 


. 


1063 


1387 


1 


1243 


1411 


13 


1469 


1841 


54 


1736 


1664 


251 


1392 


2560 


423 


2219 


2199 


602 


1201 


2529 


810 


2146 


3046 


752 


2873 


3835 


73 


2195 


875 


I 


762 


166 


11 


1450 


959 


23 


1583 


1121 


19 


1637 


1108 


14 


1607 


1227 


21 


1817 


1213 


6 


1119 


1119 


7 


1589 


1090 


7 


1456 


1116 


2 


1181 


1136 


3 


1302 


1193 


1 


1290 


1133 


— 


1175 


1006 


1 


1132 


961 


- 


1095 


891 


-. 


1085 


871 


_ 


966 


848 


— 


847 


726 


- 


694 


592 


— 


664 


591 


- 


548 


602 


— 


452 


355 


— 


330 


198 


• 


210 


226 


— 


147 


154 


~ 


105 


96 


_ 


79 


50 


- 


58 


18 


- 


15 


2 


— 


4 


i. 


- 


1 


- 


- 


15 


— 



3095 



47513 



44361 



n^+»w^^^^rT ^^T "no^^n"^"* season, l.o.l. express by months as follows (Carlot equivalent): 
October 5; November 99; December 883; January 294; February 318; March 192; April 95; iVay 34, 



i 



TABhS 7 



- 7 - 



■■**'v*,L*.; 



CITRUS SHIPMENTS - TRUCK - ARIZOMA, CALIFORNIA, TEXAS - BY VJEEKS 







Car lot 


1963-64 & 1962-63 SEASONS 


Thursday 










equivalents 


- with weeks 


ending- on 




I 

Week 1 


ARIZ 


N A * 


C A 


L I F 


R N I A ,;^ 


T E 


X A 


S 




Ending 1 


GHAFEFRUIT 


* 1 ORAiviGiS 1 


GRAPEFRUIT 1 


GRANGES 


1 GHM^Jlii^'KUlT 




1963 


1963-6411962-63 


1963-64/62-63 


1963-64162-63 


1963-64162- 


-63 


'63-64162- 


■63 


9/ 5 


^ 


. 


111 


106 


8 


22 


- 


- 


- 


— 


12 


^ . 


_ 


134 


129 


3 


22 


— 


~ 


— 


^ 


19 


_ 


_ 


102 


122 


3 


19 


— 


~ 


— 


^ 


26 


^, 


_ 


123 


94 


— 


9 


— 


— 


— 


^ 


10/ 3 


«» 


- 


125 


77 


- 


8 


— 


" 


^ 


"■ 


10 


« 


. 


105 


86 


— 


— 


— 


^ 


"■ 




17 


. 


— 


104 


84 


— 


— 


— 


^ 


^ 


~ 


24 


_ 


— 


87 


91 


- 


— 


— 


"■ 


— 


~ 


31 


114 


- 


— 


66 


- 


— 


— 


~ 


^ 


~ 


11/ 7 


146 


57 


66 


56 


— 


— 


~ 


" 


"^ 


~ 


14 


130 


55 


69 


102 


— 


"• 


11 


• 


9 


^ 


21 


95 


44 


193 


126 


— 


- 


13 


— 


26 


^ 


28 


76 


67 


165 


178 


3 


- 


10 


— 


15 


^ 


12/5 
12 


80 


56 


224 


260 


5 


3 


19 


2 


31 


6 


95 


62 


355 


302 


7 


2 


36 


4 


79 


14 


19 


71 


48 


356 


335 


4 


6 


38 


5 


77 


16 


26 


58 


49 


165 


104 


5 


7 


7 


3 


19 


1 


1/ 2 1964 
9 


89 


48 


131 


119 


7 


8 


16 


•" 


33 


— 


96 


79 


202 


167 


7 


8 


14 


— 


59 


^ 


16 


110 


67 


297 


242 


12 


7 • 


16 


1 


61 


2 


23 


123 


36 


310 


217 


19 


15 


20 


^ 


54 


~ 


30 


114 


61 


301 


170 


22 


20- 


21 


— 


31 


• 


2/ 6 

13 


96 


49 


309 


162 


20 


17 


16 


— 


21 


•* 


118 


38 


301 


149 


26 


17 


12 


— 


23 


*" 


20 


106 


51 


309 


163 


29 


10 


9 


- 


16 


— 


27 


89 


45 


310 


171 


38 


17 


3 


— 


"" 


■" 


3/ 5 
12 


98 


30 


301 


172 


25 


8 


3 


— 


— 


"• 


114 


34 


315 


161 


43 


13 


2 


— 


"• 


"■ 


19 


97 


39 


297 


150 


40 


13 


— 


— 


• 


— 


26 


88 


32 


223 


123 


36 


15 


— 


— 


• 


"~ 


4/ 2 


66 


33 


203 


126 


31 


18 


— 


— 


"* 


^ 


9 


87 


30 


197 


124 


31 


10 


— 


■ — 


~ 


•■ 


16 


74 


27 


237 


111 


42 


12 


— 


— 


^ 


"• 


23 


75 


33 


215 


115 


52 


16 


— 


— 


"" 


~ 


30 


75 


37 


228 


142 


67 


14 


— 


— 


— 


■■ 


5/ 7 


82 


33 


209 


164 


69 


■18 


— 


— 


— 


• 


14 


80 


35 


174 


173 


72 


24 


— 


— 


— 


■" 


21 


73 


33 


171 


171 


65 


20 


— 


— 


~ 


"• 


28 


59 


44 


166 


155 


6Z 


25 


— 


— 


• 


•" 


6/ 4 


50 


31 


131 


109 


41 


16 


~ 


— 


" 


^ 


11 


64 


-22 


134 


110 


46 


• 18 


— 


-" 


■■ 


^ 


18 


56 


5 


112 


91 


32 


• 16 


— 


— 


"• 


■" 


25 


50 


2 


108 


83 


20 


17 


— 


— 


— 


^ 


7/ 2 


45 


1 


107 


81 


15 


16 


— 


•• 


•• 


*" 


9 


35 


_ 


98 


76 


14 


13 


— 


~ 


— 


~ 


16 


22 


_ 


112 


84 


19 


18 


— 


— 


^ 


■" 


23 


17 


_ 


114 


90 


19 


22 


— 


— 


" 


" 


30 




_ 


ni 


79 


20 


18 


— 


— 


" 


■■ 


8/ 6 


_ 


_ 


103 


92 


22 


14 


— 


— 


* 


^ 


13 


_ 


_ 


103 


105 


27 


14 


— 


— 


"• 


^ 


20 


^ 


mm 


107 


97 


22 


16 


— 


— 


— 


— 


27 


„ 


« 


90 


105 


, 21 


13 


— 


— 


— 


■■ 


9/ 3 


— 


— 


101 


111 


21 


8 


" 








TOTALS 


3213 


1413 


9421 


7078 


1192 


642 


266 


15 


554 


39 



•- Arizona, truck oranges - unavailable by -weeks. 



jMXitbound Passings. 



IMPORTS s Mexioc 



Oranges-Dates inclusire 1/2/64 thru 4/16/64 = 482, 
Grapefruit - 2/13/64 thru 2/20/64 = 4, 



TABLE 8 



- 8 - 
FLCRim FRUIT PROCESSED - BY WEEKS AND TO-OATE 









1963-64 SEASON 


■- 


\ 




! R A 


N G E S * 


! GRAPE 


FRUIT 


1 TANGERINES 
I Boxes Used 1 To-Date 


Week 

Ending 


1 

1 Boxes Used 


1 To-Date 


1 Boxes Used 1 


To-Date 


1963 














9/ 8 


« . 


— 


1,357 


1,357 


- 


" " 


15 


447 


447 • 


20,000 


21,357 


— 


— 


22 


5,954 


6,401 


72,479 


93,836 


— 


— 


29 


6,785 


13,186 


78,046 


171,882 


- 


- 


10/ 6 


23,029 


36,215 


172,205 


344,087 


— 


- 


13 


48,813 


85,028 


244,516 


588,603 


— 


— 


20 


73,240 


158,268 


284,590 


873,193 


385 


385 


27 


111,757 


270,025 


323,005 


1,196,198 


3,113 


3,498 


11/ 3 


135,996 


406,021 


367,037 


1,563,235 


12,447 


15,945 


xo 


185,670 


591,691 


364,043 


1,927,278 


24,357 


40,302 


17 


334,479 


926,170 


412,538 


2,339,816 


41,953 


82,255 


24 


747,064 


1,673,234 


437,780 


2,777,596 


90,614 


172,869 


12/ 1 


788,421 


2,461,655 


338,978 


3,116,574 


53,260 


226,129 


8 


1,168,115 


3,629,770 


433,805 


3,550,379 


136»066 


362,195 


15 


1,425,043 


5,054,813 


413,321 


3,963,700 


163,131 


525,326 


22 


1,640,470 


6,695,283 


281,285 


4,244,985 


136,993 


662,319 


29 


880,004 


7,575,287 


133,344 


4,378,329 


39,366 


701,685 


1964 














1/ 5 


1,653,546 


9,228,833 


334,510 


4,712,839 


112,892 


814,577 


12 


1,910,366 


11,139,199 


468,447 


5,181,286 


131,558 


946,135 


19 


1,720,914 


12,860,113 


445,999 


5,627,265 


73,154 


1,021,289 


26 


2,024,046 


14,884,159 


466,747 


6,094,032 


73,292 


1,094,582 


2/ 2 


2,171,805 


17,055,964 


485,892 


6,579,924 


29,265 


1,123,846 


9 


1,324,903 


18,380,867 


402,444 


6,982,368 


3,997 


1,127,843 


16 


1,775,815 


20,156,682 


648,444 


7,630,812 


3,008 


1,130,851 


23 


1,167,706 


21,324,388 


605,956 


8,236,768 


716 


1,131,567 


3/ 1 


700,919 


22,025,307 


506,044 


8,742.812 


713 


1,131,740 


a 


682,510 


22,707,817 


453,270 


9,196,082 


236 


1,131,976 


15 


524,379 


23,232,196 


382,606 


9,578,688 


23 


1,131,999 


22 


611,760 


23,843,956 


285,273 


9,863,961 


850 


1,132,849 


29 


1,201,214 


25,045,170 


290,342 


10,154,303 


_ 


1,132,849 


4/ 5 


1,766,926 


26,812,096 


233,641 


10,387,944 


- 


1,132,849 


12 


2,180,311 


28,992,407 


189,723 


10,577,667 


m. 


1,132,849 


19 


2,273,206 


31,265,613 


150,565 


10,728,232 


m. 


1,132,849 


26 
5/ 3 


2,460,968 


33,726,581 


163,313 


10,891,545 


_ 


1,132,849 


1,588,134 


35,314,715 


124,916 


11,016,461 


. 


1,132,849 


10 


2,455,384 


37,770,099 


120,744 


11,137,205 


«. 


1,132,849 


17 


2,070,391 


39,840,490 


91,447 


11,228,652 


. 


1,132,849 


24 


1,954,090 


41,794,580 


105,840 


11,334,492 


_ 


1,132,849 


31 
6/ 7 


1,360,065 


43,154,654 


81,263 


11,415,755 


«. 


1,132,849 


734,281 


43,888,926 


56,299 


11,472,054 


. 


1,132,849 


14 
21 


421,863 
200,908 


44,310,789 
44,511,697 


36,293 
26,460 


11,508,347 ■ 
U,534,807 ^- 


- 


1,132,849 
1,132,849 


28 
7/ 5 


92,266 


44,603,963 


18,043 


11,552,850 


^ 


1,132,849 


45,841 


44,649,804 


14,495 


11,567,345 


. 


1,132,849 


12 


28,622 


44,678,426 ' 


5,998 


11,573,343 


. 


1,132,849 


19 


20,073 


44,598,499 


2,326 


11,575,669 


.. 


1,132,849 


26 


16,243 


44,714,742 


2,018 


11,577,687 


^ 


1,132,849 


31 


10,697 


44,725,439 


807 


11,578,494 


- 


1,132,849 






44,725.439 




11,578,494 




1,132,849 



Includes Templea 



l^fede available 
through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Marketing Agreement Conmittee 

Lakeland, Florida 



TABLE 8 Cont'd 



.. - 9 - 

FLORim FRUIT. PROCESSED - BY VJ£EKS AJJD TO-DAJE 
1963-64 Sl^SCa - CCI-TBJUED 



Week 

Ending 



TANGELOS 



U U R C T-T S I IMPORT S(Crarigq « ) 



Boxes Used 1 



To-Date 



Boxes Used I To-Date ! Boxes Used I To-Date 



1963 

9/ 8 
15 
22 
29 

10/6 
13 
20 
27 

11/3 
10 
17 
24 

12A 

8 

15 

22 

29 

1964 

V5 
12 
19 
26 

2/ 2 

9 

16 

23 

3/1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

4/5 
12 
19 
26 

5/ 3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

6//7 
14 
21 
28 

7/5 
12 
19 
26 
31 



410 

3,323 

6,371 

8,703 

9,704 

11,389 

10,634 

17,292 

14,884 

23,543 

3,387 

19,826 

26,405 

19,103 

15,956 

9,884 

7,130 

7,128 

4,398 

414 

364 

94 

185 

60 
125 



125 

165 
18 



410 

3,723 

10,104 

18,807 

28,511 

39,900 

50,534 

57,826 

82,710 

106,253 

109,640 

129,466 
155,871 
174,974 
190,930 
200,814 
207,944 
215,072 
219,470 
219,884 
220,248 
220,342 
220,342 
220,528 
220,528 
220,588 
220,713 
220,713 
220,713 
220,713 
220,713 
220,713 
220,838 
221,003 
221,021 
221,021 
221,021 
221,021 
221,021 
221,021 
221,021 
221,021 



221,021 



757 

416 
4,040 
1,035 

2,666 

5,575 

20,910 

20,749 

22,293 

8,969 

11,738 

3,473 

2,234 

1,948 

511 



150 
25 

9 



17 

426 
351 

602 
30 



109,424 



120 
140 



1,950* 
2,050 



^ 


1,299 


3,389 


_ 


120 


3,509 


«. 


100 


3,6C9 


„ 


100 


3,709 


_ 


110 


3,819 


M 


6,334 


10,153 


. 


6,246 


16,399 


_ 


18,253 


34,652 


_ 


32,230 


66,862 


_ 


10,810 


77,692 


757 


7,540 


85,232 


1,173 


7,154 


92,386 


5,213 


23,632 


116,018 


6,248 


16,983 


133,001 


8,914 


16,934 


149,935 


14,489 


16,684 


166,619 


35,399 


24,757 


191,376 


56,148 


24,639 


216,015 


78,441 


26,375 


242,390 


87,410 


17,595 


259,985 


99,3.48 


17,356 


277,341 


ie2i621 


10,534 


287,875 


104,855 


9,?56 


297,031 


106,803 


7,348 


304,379 


107,314 


8,075 


312,454 


107,314 


- 


312,454 


107,314 


- 


312,454 


107,464 


- 


312,454 


107,969 


- 


312,454 


107,998 


- 


312,454 


107,998 


— 


312,454 


107,998 


- 


312,454 


107,998 


- 


312,454 


108,015 


- 


312,454 


108,441 


- 


312,454 


108,792 


- 


312,454 


108,792 


- 


312,454 


109,394 


- 


312,454 


109,424 


— 


312,454 


109,424 


- 


312,454 


109,424 


- 


312,454 


109,424 


- 


312,454 


109,424 


- 


312,454 


109,424 


~ 


312,454 


109,424 


- 


312,454 



312,454 



• Includes shipments 8/4/64 thru 9/1/64 InclusiT©, 

Made available 
throiigh the courtesy of Florida Citrus iilarketing Agreement Conmittee 

Lakeland, Florida 



TABLE 9 



- 10 - 



bTTLQABS. RAIL & TRUCK - ORA^TGES - 4 1U. S. CITIES & 5 CANADIAN CITIES 

ran^-l sept. 1. 1963 TBRU JULY 31. 196 4 - BY STATES OF ORIGIN 

Carlots rail include boat-Truck i boat oonTerted to car lot equivalents op basis 500 boxes. 



Cities 



' FLA, 
Rail 



I CALIF. 



I 



ARIZ, 



nni 1 

Truck I Truck I Truck I 
J I 



I TEX. 
1 Rair 



Albany, N.Y, 
Atlanta, Ga, 
Baltimore, Md, sf? 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Boston, Iviass. i^ 

Buffalo, N.Y. 
Chicago, 111. 7^ 

Cincinnati, 0. 
Cleveland, 0. J^ 

Columbia, S.C, 
Dallas, Tex, 
Denver, Colo. 
Detroit, Mich« 
Ft. Worth, Tex. 
Houston, Tex. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
Kansas City, Mo« 
Los Angeles, Cal, 
Louisville, Ky, 
Memphis, Tenn. 
Miami, Fla, 
Milwaukee, Vfis. 
Mnpls-St.Paul, i«iinn,?^ 
Nashville, Tenn. 
New Orleans, la, >^ 
New York City-Newarte^ 
Philadelphia, Pa, ?? 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 1^ 

Portland, Ore. 
Providence, R.I. 
St, Louis, Mo. 
Salt Lake City, Utah 
San Antonio, Tex, 
San Francisco— Oakland 
Seattle-Tacoma, Vi'ash, 
Washington, D, C, ^ 
V/ichita, Kans, # 



•■ 


80 


201 


23 


4 


- 


. 


615 


11 


31 


- 


2 


246 


291 


340 


43 


3 


- 


5 


298 


3 


39 


— 


- 


238 


192 


1632 


10 


53 


- 


9 


163 


384 


3 


— 


- 


90 


461 


1435 


309 


105 


99 


80 


145 


255 


52 


5 


— 


36 


270 


672 


16 


38 


5 


28 


337 


5 


12 


- 


— 


» 


62 


1 


263 


1 


43 


» 


27 


6 


580 


- 


17 


87 


192 


1043 


115 


63 


16 


» 


34 


_ 


86 


— 


9 


- 


22 


7 


172 


- 


40 


10 


148 


159 


103 


2 


- 


— 


70 


13 


380 


1 


32 


_ 


30 


— 


2976 


- 


358 


12 


197 


51 


21 


- 


— 


7 


113 


13 


99 


1 


22 


- 


554 


4 


58 


- 


- 


6 


42 


365 


113 


14 


4 


- 


35 


261 


216 


2 


12 


8 


■89 


6 


28 


- 


- 


— 


335 


4 


79 


— 


2 


17^ 


1248 


3954 


10 


132 


2 


713 


765 


1400 


40 


49 


- 


115 


196 


794 


6 


75 


1 


3 


2 


57 


420 


- 


1 


1 


36 


149 


- 


. 


- 


2 


89 


289 


303 


15 


35 


- 


•1 


33 


307 


- 


1 


- 


44 


- 


138 


- 


14 


- 


1 


5 


1478 


6 


28 


15 


7 


144 


501 


2 


4 


44 


262 


179 


24 


4 


- 


- 


5 


- 


73 


- 


6 



I MEX, I TOTAL 
"iRall I Rail " 
Truck I Truck t Truck 
I J 



^ 


•• 


— 


205 


103 


M 


. 


_ 


11 


648 


^ 


. 


_ 


589 


335 


6 


_ 


2 


8 


345 




2 


1 


1925 


210 


. 




«. 


393 


166 


5 


7 


21 


1637 


901 




6 


6 


346 


203 


•• 


5 


' 4 


751 


296 


•. 


. 


— 


33 


349 


37 


- 


100 


2 


505 


17 


_ 


13 


6 


654 




1 


2 


1194 


325 


3 




15 


- 


147 


12 


_ 


49 


7 


295 




_ 


1 


171 


252 


. 


_ 


4 


14 


486 


1 


_ 


19 


- 


3384 


_ 


— 


3 


63 


221 


25 


10 


14 


31 


273 




— 


_ 


4 


612 


1 


1 


1 


386 


161 


— 


— 


— 


263 


264 


7 


— 


— 


14 


124 


2 


1 


26 


5 


460 


« 


3 


. 1 


5942 


1261 


— 


- 


- 


2162 


807 


— 


1 


1 


985 


205 


.. 


_ 


_ 


60 


423 


— 


- 


- 


150 


36 


2 


13 


5 


319 


434 


— 


- 


1 


33 


310 


25 


_ 


90 


- 


311 


— 


— 


4 


11 


1511 


— 


— 


- 


161 


512 


.. 


_ 


_ 


227 


288 


1 


— 


1 


~ 


94 



TOTAL 



3504 13875 

7458 9127 



575 



50 



18108 



753 



144 



384 



Montreal, Que., Can.si^ 
Ottawa, Onto, Can. i^ 
Toronto, Ont. Can. ^ 
Vancouver, B.C,,Can,^ 
Winnipeg., Man. , Can, ^ 



- 


195 


1062 


43 


30 


- 


3 


201 


5 


1 


9 


139 


1202 


62 


18 


- 


- 


112 


382 


2 


— 


2 


233 


91 


4 


9 


339 


2810 


583 


55 



17911 



» 


17 


_ 


1424 


238 


- 


- 


- 


231 


40 


- 


17 


1 


1393 


587 


— 


— 


— 


431 


383 


1 


- 


9 


314 


103 


1 


34 


10 


3793 


1351 



TOTAL 



CANADA: Montreal 



^•^dditional UNLOADS - RAIL- UNITED STATES: New York City-Newark-Israel 102; West Indies 2, 

Ottawa Toronto Vancouver Winnipeg 

Israel 22 Israel 128 Australia 1 Brazil 2 

Japan 7 Italy 2 China 10 Israel 2 

Japan 10 Formosa 2 Japan 68 

S, Africa 7 Israel 1 S, Africa 5 



Brazil 22 
Israel 117 
Japan 17 
Morocco 48 
S. Afrioalll 

?^Additional UNLOADS - TRUCK 

Cine. 7; Ohio. 6; Clev, 1; 

CANADA: Ottawa ; Brazil 3 

Israel 1 



1 

10 

2 

1 

261 

42 



3* Additional UNLOADS included in Total, 



UNITED STATES: New Orleans, La. 16; Israel boat » BaltiEore 
Mnpls-St.Paul 1; Phil, 2; Pitts. 1; Wash.D.C. 2; Unknown 8, 
S. Africa 27 Toronto ; Brazil 27 ' Morocco 2 
Spain 1 S. Africa253 Spain 3 



1; 



TABLE 10 



- i.1 - 



UNLOADS, RAIL & TRUCK - GRAPEFRUIT - 41 U. S. CITIES & 5 CAIIADIAM CITIES 
FROM SEPT. 1. 1963 THRU JULY 31, 1964 - BY STATE OF ORIGIN 

Car lots rail include boat - Truck 4 boat converted to oarlot equivalents on basis 500 boxes 



Cities 



' FLA. 
'Rail 



CALIF. 

Tsn 



I ARIZ. 
-ITKTL 



Truck I 



Truck I 



Albany, N.Y. 
Atlanta, Ga. 
Baltimore, IM, 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Boston, I>&iss* 
Buffalo, N.Y. 
Chicago, 111. 
Cincinnati, 0, 
Cleveland, 0, 
Columbia, S.C. 
Dallas, Tex. 
Denver, Colo. 
Detroit, Mich. 
Ft, Worth, Tex. 
Houston, Tex. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Los Angeles, Cal. 
Louisville, Ky, 
Memphis, Tenn. 
Miami , Fla . 
Milwaukee, V'is, 
>i{npls-St.Paul, Minn, 
Nashville, Tenn, 
New Orleans, La, 
NewYorkCity-Nevjark 
Philadelphia, Pa, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Portland, Ore. 
Providence, R.I, 
St. Louis, l-to. 
Salt Lake City, Utah 
San Antonio, Tex, 
San Francisco-Oakland 
Seattle-Tacoma, Vfash, 
'Washington, D.C, 
Vfiohita, Kans, # 



187 

460 

8 

329 

101 

15 

1 

1 
247 



1 

4 

1 

9 

15 

5 

1843 

608 

194 

73 

5 

15 



6 

162 

23 



# 



156 
325 
267 
156 
338 
257 
538 
256 
517 
131 
195 
316 
390 

37 

53 
233 
242 
483 
180 
143 
639 
186 
325 

71 

160 

2036 

652 

311 

84 

78 
314 
152 

58 
269 

67 
368 

37 



70 
15 

51 
14 
26 



42 



4 

1 



169 

66 

24 

13 

3 

9 



23 

11 



3 

8 

1 
8 
2 

29 
2 

4 

8 

54 

78 

8 

22 

28 

9 

29 

549 

2 

8 

3 

10 

16 

8 

15 

2 

1 
98 

1 
33 
46 
47 
346 
86 

3 
10 



I TEX. 

■iRjn — 



I i<EX. 

■nsn — 



TOTAL 
Rail 



Truck I 



Truck 



Truck I 



Truck 



3 
5 

26 
10 
53 
10 
30 



48 



1 
3 

7 
1 

50 
14 



7 

25 

3 



11 



79 

8 
1 

24 
5 
8 
4 

16 
3 

23 

938 

3 

10 

4 
46 



73 
100 
52 
9 71 



40 

39 

2 

197 

38 

1 

1 



68 

29 

4 

6 

9 

1 
2 

1 

7 



- 13 

1 



8 

5 
20 
20 

3 

1 



1 1 



- 2 

1 



1 



- 5 



11 

3 

199 

556 

33 

434 

126 

71 

1 

1 

1 

340 



13 
4 
1 

11 
3 

65 

30 

5 

2085 

774 

270 

95 

8 

35 



13 

210 

37 



159 
344 
268 
167 
340 
257 
755 
258 
529 
140 
349 
428 
410 

69 
108 
245 
296 
1972 
186 
168 
642 
200 
400 

80 
179 
2036 
654 
312 
261 

79 
392 
257 
132 
815 
192 
372 

64 



TOTAL 



4324 



564 



537 



5435 



Montreal, Gue,, Can,^ 
Ottawa, Ont., Can, 
Toronto, Ont,, Can. 30 
Vancouver, B.C., Can, 117 
Winnipeg, 'win.. Can, 1 



11120 



1577 



1578 



211 



18 



5 776 

- 119 

771 

16 
119 



56 


7 


112 


5 


1 


6 


87 


3 


21 


16 


49 


2 


11 


1 


13 



4515 



179 


783 


11 


120 


138 


774 


135 


65 


25 


123 



TOTAL 



■1801. 



175 



154 



468 



-£i. 



J£65. 



# Additional UNLOADS - RAIL - UNITED STATES: None. 
CANADA: Ottawa-So. Africa 6. 

.^ Additional UNLOADS - TRUCK - UNITED STATES: Wichita, Kans., Unknown 11. 
CANADA: None. 



Additional UNLOADS included in Total. 



TABLE 11 



- 12 - 



Cities 



TTWLQM)S. RAIL & TRUCK - TANGERINES > 41 U. S« CITIE S & 5 OmPIAK CITIES 
FROM SEPT. 1. 1963 THRU JULY 31. 1964 - BY STATES OF ORIGIN 
Carlots rail include boat -: Truc k & boat oonverted to carlot equivalents on basis 500 boxes 

"T ARIZI I TEX. I iml I TOTAL 

iRail 



FLA. 



\ CALIF. 



ARIZ. 

-iRsir 



I 



Albany, N.Y. 1 

Atlanta, Ga, - 

Baltimore, Md, 24 

Birmingham, Ala, - 

Boston, Mass, 61 

Buffalo, N.Y, 4 

Chicago, 111. 47 

Cincinnati, 0, 16 

Cleveland, 0, 3 

Columbia, S.C. 4 
Dallas, Tex. 

Denver, Colo. - 

Detroit, Mich, 42 
Ft. Worth, Tex. 
Houston, Tex, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 4 
Kansas City, Mo, 
Los Angeles, Cal. 

Louisville, Ky. 2 

Memphis, Tenn, 1 

Miami, Fla. - 

Milwaukee, Vfis, 2 
topls-St. Paul,ivJ.nn, 

Nashville, Tenn, - 

New Orleans, La. - 

New York City-Newark 205 

Philadelphia, Pa, 56 

Pittsburgh, Pa, 46 

Portland, Ore, 1 

Providence, R.I, 3 
St. Louis, Mo, 
Salt Lake City, Utah 

San Antonio, Tex, - 
San Francisco-Oakland - 
Seattle-Tacoma, Wash, 3 

V/ashington, D.C, 1 
Wichita, Kans, 3^ - 



Truck I 



Truck! 



Truck I 



Truck I 



40 
83 
78 
41 

122 
63 

176 
41 

111 
65 
22 
29 

114 
10 
7 
49 
30 
2 
40 
23 
74 
28 
35 
14 
41 

454 

212 

114 

27 

52 

5 

7 

4 

62 

5 



6 
4 



1 
3 

4 

2 

11 

11 

2 

2 

7 



- 426 
1 
2 
5 



4 
2 
4 
3 



6 
2 

2 

33 

2 

13 

6 

102 

28 



2 

1 
4 

3 
65 

1 
2 



2 

12 



Ran 


1 


^ail 






Iruckl 




Truck 


_ 


^ 


1 


40 


_ 


_ 


— 


84 


— 


- 


24 


78 


. 


^ 


— 


44 


9 


- 


76 


122 


2 


— 


6 


63 


8 


24 


59 


205 


3 


— 


19 


41 


4 


9 


7 


122 


. 


1 


4 


66 


^ 


6 


- 


41 


^ 


7 


_ 


48 


5 


3 


49 


123 




2 


— 


14 


— 


11 


~ 


29 


. 


_ 


4 


49 


V 


2 


— 


32 


. 


2 


- 


495 


_ 


_ 


2 


41 


_ 


2 


1 


27 


_ 


— 


. 


79 


- 


1 


2 


30 


3 


4 


3 


41 


— 


1 


- 


15 


— 


6 


— 


55 


4 


3 


213 


459 


3 


1 


61 


213 


5 


1 


55 


117 


1 


— 


5 


33 


_ 


— 


3 


27 


4 


11 


5 


65 


— 


_ 


• 


■ 20 


— 


25 


— 


38 


- 


- 


- 


114 


> 


- 


3 


32 


- 


- 


1 


62 


- 


2 


- 


10 



TOTAL 



526 



2280 



26 



675 



93 



51 



124 



603 



3174 



Montreal, Clue., Can, i^ 
Ottawa, Ont., Can, 
Toronto, Ont,, Can. 
Vancouver, B. C, Can. 
Winnipeg, Ua,n,,Ca.n, 



67 

5 
96 



— 


18 


3 


23 


70 


— 


1 


— 


1 


5 


- 


51 


- 


55 


97 



TOTAL 



168 



70 



79 



181 



Additional UNLOADS - RAIL - UNITED STATES: None. 
CANADA: Montreal-Japan 1. 

Additional UNLOADS - TRUCK - UNITED STATES: Wichita, Bans., Unknown 1. 
CANADA: Montreal- Japan 9. 

J^ Additional UNLOADS included in Total, 



TABLE 12 



- 13 - 



W^LQADS. RAIL & TRUCK - >flXED CITRUS - 41 U. S. CITIES & 5 CAI^IADIAM CITIES 
FROM SEPT. 1. 1963 THRU JULY 31. 1964 - BY STATES OF ORIGIN 



Carlots 


rail 


include 


boat 


- Truck 


& 


boat conver 


ted 


to 


car lot 


equivalents 


on basis 


500 boxes 








1 


FLA. 




1 CALIF. 


1 


ARIZ. 


1 TEX. 1 


^iEX.. 


1 TOTAL 


Cities 


l"T«a 

1 


il 
Truck 




Ikail 

1 Truck 


iRail 
1 


Truck 


iR'ail IRail IRail 

1 Truck 1 Truck 1 Truck 



Albany, N.Y. 
Atlanta, Ga, 
Baltimore, Wd, 
Birmingham, Ala, 
Boston, tiass. 
Buffalo, N.Y, 
Chicago, 111. 
Cincinnati, 0, 
Cleveland, 0, 
Columbia, S.C. 
Dallas, Tex, 
Denver, Colo, 
Detroit, Mich, 
Ft. V/orth, Tex, 
Houston, Tex, 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
Kansas City, Mo, 
Los Angeles, Cal, 
Louisville, Ky» 
Memphis, Tenn, 
Miami, Fla. 
Milwaukee, V/is, 
I'/inpls-St . Paul, Minn. 
Nashville, Tenn. 
New Orleans, La. 
New York City-Newark 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Portland, Ore. 
Providence, R.I, 
St. Louis, j'io. 
Salt Lake City, Utah 
San Antonio, Tex, 
SanFrancisco , Oak land 
Seattle-Taccira, Wash. 
Washington, D. C. 
Vfichita, Kans. 



136 



28 



15 



33 


10 


47 


- 


6 


3 


- 


20 


- 


2 


23 


- 


10 


- 


13 


29 


~ 


1 


- 


1 


7 


- 


12 


- 


1 


1 


— 


9 


- 


- 



15 



17 



- 


2 


1 


3 


- 


* 


" 


9 


~ 


^ 


13 


— 


4 


^ 


— 


9 


1 


1 
12 


- 


- 


2 


53 


24 


1 


- 


- 


17 


- 


- 


^ 


_ 


6 


2 


^ 


584 


- 


88 


- 


8 


57 


- 


17 


- 


6 


56 


- 


16 


- 


14 


— 


— 


1 


— 


— 


1 


— 


2 


— 


— 


1 


- 


3 


- 


3 


14 


- 


1 
31 


- 


- 



- 152 



1 


- 


187 


- 


- 


25 


1 


_ 


47 


- 


- 


32 


— 


- 


20 


- 


— 


10 



- 62 



10 



1 


5 


9 


— 


17 


: 


10 


1 


1 


- 


15 


79 


17 


- 


7 


2 


680 


- 


80 


- 


86 


. 


1 


— 


3 


— 


20 


^ 


1 


- 


45 


- 



TOTAL 



1098 



66 



344 



29 



74 



12 



1536 



97 



Montreal, Clue., Can, 
Ottawa, Ont., Can. 
Toronto, Qnt., Can. 
Vancouver, B.C., Can. 
Winnipeg, !^n.,Can. 



4 
2 



TOTAL 



11 



Additional UNLOADS - RAIL - UNITED STATES — None. 
CAi.iAr!A — None, 



Additional UNLOADS - TRUCK - UNITED STATES — None. 
CAI'IADA — None. 



TABLE 13 



Crop Year 



1889 
1899 
1909 



- 14 - 

11 !ITED STATES: Total Orange Production - By States 

Census Year, 1889, 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919-1963 

U. 3» Department of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service 



I CALIF. ^ I FLA.^ I TEX.^^ | ARIZ.;;^ | ALA.j^ j lA.ii | MISS.# j TOTAL i^ 



1,245 

5,882 

14,440 



-Thousand floxes- 

3,147 — — 

273 — 11 i/ 
4,888 11 33 



__ __ 4,392 

1 — 6,167 

152 5 19,530 



1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 



1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 



1929 
1930 
1931 
1932 
1933 



1934 
1935 
1936 
1937 
1938 



1939 
1940 
1941 



Average 



Average 



16,632 
23,771 
14,021 
21,283 
24,153 



18,506 
24,200 
28,252 
22,737 
39,159 



21,195 
35,179 
34,658 
34,265 
28,439 



30,747 



45,047 
32,809 
29,827 
45,914 
41,420 



39,003 



8,000 

9,400 

8,400 

10,900 

13,700 



9 


80 


5 


60 


5 


80 





81 


6 


86 



20 

82 

82 

190 

225 



37 
42 
50 
60 
75 



Average 19,972 10,080 



77 



120 



53 



11,300 
10,200 
11,000 
9,500 
16,500 



Average 26,571 11,700 



9,800 
19,200 
14,200 
16,400 
17,900 



17 


60 


12 


86 


41 


75 


85 


54 


125 


99 


56 


75 


261 


137 


250 


139 


520 


145 


325 


147 


430 


155 



2 


75 


130 


100 


75 


150 


110 


200 


85 


220 



80 



149 



212 
3 

80 

120 

3 



187 
287 
245 
278 
245 



15,500 



357 



145 



84 



248 



17,600 
18,000 
22,100 
26,200 
33,300 



650 

777 

2,000 

1,440 

2,815 



170 
240 
220 
350 
430 



140 

2 

56 

76 

96 



293 
244 
309 
238 
385 



23,440 1,536 



282 



74 



294 



31 
25 
30 
45 

55 



37 



27 

42 
50 
30 



30 



37 

2 

54 

80 

2 



35 



88 
1 
26 
67 
85 



53 



24,809 
33,385 
22,668 
32,569 
38,300 



30,346 



29,960 
34,755 
39,635 
32,736 
56,218 



38,661 



31,829 
55,060 
49,902 
51,615 
47,174 



47,116 



63,988 
52,073 
54,538 
74,285 
78,531 



64,683 



44,425 28,000 2,360 595 75 228 59 75,742 
50,778 31,300 2,650 528 1 253 - 85,510 
52,155 29,300 2,850 660 5 192 1 85,163 



Continued Page 15 



TABLE 13 Cont'd 



- 15 - 







U'HTED STATCS: 


Iota 


L Orange 


Production 


- By States - Coi 


itinued 


















Census Year, 


1589, 1899, 


1909 & Yearly 1919-1963 










U. 


3. Department of 


Agriculture, Statis 


ticial 


Reporting 


Service 






Crop 


1 






1 




1 




1 1 




1 1 


1 






Year 


- Cont'd. 1 


CALIF.,?? 1 


i' 


LA.!^ 1 


Tffl.5^ 


1 ARI2.^ 1 


ALA.* 


1 hx.a 1 


I^SS.# 1 


TOTALS 


1942 




44 


,329 




41 


,400 


2,550 


730 


• 


340 


* 


89 


,349 


1943 


Average 


51 


,961 




49 


,800 


3,550 


1,100 


- 


240 


- 


106 


,651 




48 


,730 




35 


,960 


2,792 


732 


16 


250 


12 


88 


,483 


1944 


60 


,500 4/ 


48 


,800 


4,400 


1,150 


— 


360 


- 


113 


210 


1945 




44 


,010 




54 


,000 


4,800 


1,210 


- 


330 


- 


104 


350 


1946 




53 


,530 


3/ 


58 


,400 


5,000 


1,200 


- 


410 


- 


118 


,540 


1947 




45 


830 




62 


,400 


5,200 


780 


— 


300 


— 


114 


,510 


1948 


Average 


37, 


,010 




62 


,700 


3,400 


710 


- 


300 


- 


104 


120 




48, 


176 




56 


,860 


4,560 


1,010 


- 


340 


- 


110, 


946 


1949 


41 


860 




53 


500 


1,760 


985 


_ 


370 


« 


108 


475 


1950 




45 


210 


4/ 


72 


100 


2,700 


1,400 


— 


300 


- 


121 


710 


1951 




38 


410 


4/ 


83 


100 


300 


730 


- 


50 


- 


122 


590 


1952 




46, 


030 




77 


,100 


1,000 


900 


— 


50 


— 


125 


080 


1953 


Average 


32. 


400 


^ 


96, 


300 


900 


1,170 


- 


100 


- 


130, 


870 




40, 


782 




78 


420 


1,332 


1,037 


- 


174 


- 


121 


,745 


1954 


39, 


420 


^/, 


93 


500 


1,500 


1,130 


_ 


175 


. 


135 


,725 


1955 




38, 


370 


y 


95 


700 


1,600 


1,150 


- 


195 


- 


137 


015 


1956 




35, 


900 


4/ 


97 


800 


1,600 


1,290 


- 


115 


— 


136 


705 


1957 


^ 


23, 


200 




84 


600 


2,000 


1,250 


— 


205 


— 


111 


255 


1958 


Average 


40, 


200 




90 


500 


2,300 


610 


- 


220 


- 


133, 


830 




35. 


418 




92, 


420 


1,800 


1,086 


- 


182 


- 


130, 


906 


1959 


31. 


200 




94, 


300 


2,700 


1,500 


^ 


260 


^ 


128, 


960 


1960 




25, 


000 




91 


600 


3,500 


1,160 


- 


275 


- 


121, 


535 


1961 




20, 


400 


117, 


400 


2,300 


1,440 


— 


255 


_ 


141 


795 


1962 


2/ 


2d, 


800 




74 


500 


40 


1,560 


_ 


15 


— 


104, 


915 


1963 


Pre limi nary- 
Average 


33. 


000 




64, 


500 


160 


1,800 


- 


10 


- 


99. 


470 




27. 


660 




83, 


460 


1,740 


1,492 


- 


163 


- 


119. 


335 




# Includes 


tangerines 








• Negligible 







1/ 500 boxes or less, 
2/ Revised. 

3/ Includes economic abandonment: Early & Ivddseason - 900,000 boxes 

Tangerines - 800,000 boxes 

4/ Includes economic abandonment: Tangerines- 1944-45 season, 150,000 boxes 
1950-51 season, 200,000 boxes 1951-52 season, 400,000 boxes 1953-54 
season, 500,000 1954-55 season, 200,000 1955-56 season, 200,000 
1956-57 season, 200,000 boxes. 



TABLE 14 


UNITED 

U. S. 

1 
1 


- iO - 

STATES: Total Grapefruit 
Census Year, 1B8S 

Department of Agriculture, 


Production - By States 

, 1899, 1909 6, Yearly 1919-1963 

Statistical Reporting Service 


Crop Year 


FLA. 


1 
1 


TEX. 1 
1 


CALIF. 


1 

1 


ARIZ. 


1 TOTAL 
1 


1889 
1899 
1909 


Average 
Average 
Average 

Average 


- T h 

10 

12 

1,062 


u s a n d B 
1/ - 


X e 8 

18 
123 




1 
1 


10 

31 
1,186 


1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 


5,900 
5,800 
6,700 
7,800 
8,500 




3 

5 

e 

35 
65 


363 
395 
360 
394 
363 




29 
34 
35 
60 
95 


6,295 
6,234 
7,103 
8,289 
9,023 




6,940 




23 


375 




51 


7,389 


1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 


8,900 
7,600 
8,600 
7,500 
11,300 




301 
200 
361 
524 
753 


387 
600 
672 
720 
972 




105 
150 
120 
176 

211 


9,693 
8,550 
9,753 
8,920 
13,236 




8,780 




428 


670 




152 


10,030 


1929 
1930 
1931 
1932 
1933 


8,300 
15,800 
10,700 
11,600 
10,900 




1,550 
1,200 
2,600 
1,440 
1,200 


1,000 
1,290 
1,431 
1,350 
1,772 




365 
400 
450 
614 

800 


11,215 
18,690 
15,181 
15,004 
14,672 




11,460 




1,598 


1,368 




526 


14,952 


1934 
1935 
1936 
1937 
1938 


15,200 
11,500 
18,100 
14,600 
23,300 




2,740 

2;780 

9,630 

11,840 

15,670 


2,167 
2,267 
1,540 
1,943 
1,924 




1,240 
1,800 
1,400 
2,750 
2,700 


21,347 
18,347 
30,670 
31,133 
43,594 




16,540 




8,532 


1,969 




1,978 


29,018 


1939 
1940 
1941 


15,900 
24,600 
19,200 




14,400 
13,650 
14,500 


1,992 
1,983 
3,181 




2,900 
2,650 
3,380 


35,192 
42,883 
40,261 



Continued Page 17 



TABLE 14 Cont'd 



- 17 - 





UOTTED STATES: Total Grapefruit 
Census Year, 1889 

U« S. Department of Agricultiire 


Production, By States - Continue 
,1699, 1909 & Yearly 1919-1963 

- Statistical Reporting Service 


d 


Crop 

Year - Cont'd 


1 
1 


FLA. 


1 

1 TEX. 


1 

1 CATJF. 


1 1 
1 ARIZ, 1 


TOTAL 


1942 
1943 


Average 


- T 

27,300 
31,000 


h u 8 a n 

17,510 
17,710 


d Boxes 

3,071 
3,300 


2,600 
4,080 


50,481 

56,090 




23,600 


15,554 


2,705 


3,122 


44,981 


1944 
1945 

1946 3/ 

1947 ~ 
1948 


22,300 
32,000 
29,000 
33,000 
30,200 


22,300 
24,000 
23,300 
23,200 
11,300 


3,830 
3,350 
3,120 
2,430 
2,150 


3,750 
4,100 
4,100 
3,000 
1,880 


52,180 
63,450 
59,520 
61,630 
45,530 




Average 


29,300 


20,820 


2,976 


3,366 


56,462 


1949 
1950 
1951 4/ 
1952 
1953 5/ 


24,200 
33,200 
36,000 
32,500 
42,000 


6,400 

7,500 

200 

400 

1,200 


2,500 
2,730 
2,160 
2,460 
2,500 


3,400 
3,150 
2,140 
3,000 
2,670 


36,500 
46,580 
40,500 
38,360 
48,370 




Average 


33,580 


3,140 


2,470 


2,872 


42,062 


1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 


Average 

iry 

Average 


34,800 
38,300 
37,400 
31,100 
35,200 


2,500 
2,200 
2,800 
3,500 
4,200 


2,420 
2,510 
2,410 
2,400 
2,530 


2,470 
2,370 
2,160 
2,760 
1,870 


42,190 
45,380 
44,790 
39,780 
43,800 




35,360 


3,040 


2,508 


2,334 


43,442 


1959 
1960 
1961 

1962 2/ 

1963 Prelimini 


30,500 
31,600 
35,000 
30,000 
26,000 


5,200 

6,800 

2,700 

70 

400 


2,700 
2,640 
2,740 
2,500 
3,500 


3,220 
2,260 
2,270 
2,170 
2,500 


41,620 
43,300 
42,710 
34,740 
32,400 




30,620 


3,034 


2,816 


2,484 


38,954 















1/ 500 boxes or less 

2/ Revised 

^4/5/ Includes economic abandonment: 

1946-47 season - 2,600,000 boxes 
1951-52 season - 3,000,000 boxes 
1953-54 season - 1,300,000 boxes 



seedless 800,000 - other 1,800,000); 
seedless 500,000 - other 2,500,000); 
seedless 300,000 - other 1,000,000), 



TABLE 15 



- 18 - 



PRODUCTION - FLORIDA ORAUGES 





Segregated - 


TEMPLES, OTHER 


EARLY & MID-SEASON, VALENCIAS 


& TANGERINES 




Crop Year 


1 lANGELOS 
1 


1 TaffLES 
1 


■ ■ eaRLy i 

MID-SEASON 


valeScias 


TANGERINES 


1 TOT. ORG. 
1 I^ODUCTION 






-Thou 


sand Boxes- 








1945-46 




_ 


25,400 


24,400 




4,200 


54,000 


1946-47 


_ 


. 


30,500 


23,200 




4,7CO 


3/ 58,400 


1947-48 


^ 


. 


31,000 


27,400 




4,000 


62,400 


1948-49 


. 


— 


32,000 


26,300 




4,400 


62,700 


1949-50 


. 


710 


32,890 


24,900 




5,000 


63,500 


1950-51 


_ 


1,100 


35,700 


30,500 


V, 


4,800 


72,100 


1951-52 


_ 


1,700 


42,100 


34,800 


y 


4,500 


83,100 


1952-53 


. 


1,700 


40,600 


29,900 




4,900 


77,100 


1953-54 


_ 


2,200 


48,000 


41,100 


1 


5,000 


96,300 


1954-55 


. 


2,500 


49,500 


36,400 


5,100 


93,500 


1955-56 


235 


2,800 


48,700 


39,500 


4,700 


95,700 


1956-57 


320 


2,700 


51,600 


38,700 


4,800 


97,800 


1957-58 


350 


1,500 


51,200 


29,800 




2,100 


84,600 


1958-59 


300 


3,000 


44,100 


38,900 




4,500 


90,500 


1959-60 


550 


3,900 


45,100 


42,500 




2,800 


94,300 


1960-61 


500 


4,000 


47,000 


35,700 




4,900 


91,600 


1961-62 


1,000 


4,600 


52,300 


56,500 




4,000 


118,000 


1962-63 2/ 


750 


2,000 


43,500 


29,000 




2,000 


76,500 


1963-64 y 


900 


3,000 


24,400 


30,500 




3,600 


61,900 



1/ July estimate. 2/ Revised. 

abondonment for economic reasons: 1946 
boxes. 1950-51 200,000; 1951-52 400,000» 
200,000; 1956-57 200,000 boxes. 



3/4/5/6/7/8/9/ Includes Government purchases & 
.946-47: Early & Midseason 900,000; Tangerines 800,000 
1953-54 500,000; 1954-55 200,000; 1955-56 



PRODUCTION - FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT 
SEEDLESS and "OTHER" 



Crop Year | 



Seedless 
White Pink Total 



, ^^. ^ I TOTAL GRAPEFRUIT 

S e e d y I Others ) , PRODUCTION 



-Thousand Boxes— 



1945-46 
1946-47 
1947-48 
1948-49 
1949-50 
1950-51 
1951-52 
1952-53 
1953-54 
1954-55 
1955-56 
1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 
1961-62 
1962-63 
1963-64 



y 



15,800 
15,600 
15,500 
12,600 
14,000 
13,400 
11,900 
14,800 
12,500 
12,300 



- 


14,000 


— 


14,000 


- 


14,800 


~ 


14,700 


- 


11,200 


- 


15,800 


- 


17,700 


— 


17,100 


- 


21,900 


4,700 


20,500 


5.000 


20,600 


6,100 


21,600 


5,000 


17,600 


5,600 


19,600 


6,700 


20,100 


7,300 


19,200 


9,000 


23,800 


7,500 


20,000 


7,700 


20,000 



18,000 
15,000 
18,200 
15,500 
13,000 
17,400 
18,300 
15,400 
20,100 
14,300 
17,700 
15,800 
13,500 
15,600 
10,400 
12,400 
11,200 
10,000 
6,800 



% 

5/ 
6/ 



1/ July estimate, 

3/4/5/6/ Includes Government purchases and abandonment for economic reasons: 

1946-47 season 2,600,000 boxes ( seedless 800,000 - other 1,800,000); 

1947-48 season 3,700,000 boxes ( seedless 2,400,000 - other 1,300,000 ); 

1951-52 season 3,000,000 boxes ( seedless 500,000 - other 2,500,000 ); 

1953-54 season 1,300,000 boxes ( seedless 300,000 - other 1,000,000 ). 

U, S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service 



32,000 
29,000 
33,000 
30,200 
24,200 
33,200 
36,000 
32,500 
42,000 
34,800 
38,300 
37,400 
31,100 
35,200 
30,500 
31,600 
35,000 
30,000 
26j800 



TABLE 16 



- 19 - 



/IQijUCTION and UTILIZ/iTIOH - FLORIDA CITRUS 









"CROPS OF lyyy-eo to iy6'2-6'j iX'cLUsiviiJ 










U. S. 


Department of Agriculture, Stat 


istical Reporting Service 






Total 1 

PRO- 1 
DUC- 1 
TIOW 1 


Farm 
Disposition 
For 1 
Farm 1 


1 


U T I L 


I Z A T I 


N 


F S 


ALES 






1 


h' r 


e s h S 


ale 


8 






CROP 


1 Total 
1 Fresh 


Shipped Out of State 1 


Intra 


Total 






1 Rail 


1 


1 


Pro- 


SilASON 


1/ 1 


House 


1 Sold 


1 Sales 


Total 


llncludinglBoatlTruckl 


State 


cess- 






Hold 

Use 


1 
1 


1 
1 




1 Express 
1 


1 
1 


1 1 
1 1 


Sales 


ed 








T h 


u £ a n 


d _ B 


i £ 1 1/ 










ALL ORfU'GES (Excluding Tang 


erinee ) 
















1955-60 


91,500 


665 


90,835 


20,765 


16,225 


5,514 


124 10,587 


4,540 


70,070 


1960-61 


86,700 


690 


86,010 


16,770 


12,169 


4,524 


72 


7,573 


4,601 


69,240 


1961-62 


113,400 


775 


112,625 


20,915 


16,241 


5,560 


138 10,543 


4,674 


91,710 


1562-63 


74,500 


575 


73,925 


11,680 


8,202 


2,427 


132 


5,643 


3,478 


62,245 


Zarly & Midseason 




















195^-60 


49,000 


365 


48,635 


11,747 


9,059 


2,991 


57 


6,011 


2,688 


36,888 


1960-61 


51,000 


390 


50,610 


10,411 


7,692 


2,626 


29 


5,037 


2,719 


40,199 


1961-62 


56,900 


425 


56,475 


11,540 


8,770 


2,838 


16 


5,916 


2,770 


44,935 


1962-63 


45,500 


325 


45,175 


8,288 


6,228 


i/ 


y 


i/ 


2,060 


36,887 


Valencias 






















1959-60 


42,500 


300 


42,200 


9,018 


7,166 


2,523 


67 


4,576 


1,852 


33,182 


1960-61 


35,700 


300 


35,400 


6,359 


4,477 


1,898 


43 


2,536 


1,882 


29,041 


1561-62 


56,500 


350 


56,150 


9,375 


7,471 


2,722 


122 


4,627 


1,904 


46,775 


1962-63 


29,000 


250 


28,750 


3,392 


1,974 


i/ 


£/ 


£/ 


1,418 


25,358 


TAUGmUiES 






















1959-60 


2,800 


70 


2,630 


2,089 


1,759 


520 


1 


1,238 


330 


541 


1960-61 


4,900 


70 


4,830 


3,242 


2,881 


934 


- 


1,947 


361 


1,588 


1961-62 


4,000 


70 


3,930 


2,695 


2,362 


757 


- 


1,605 


333 


1,235 


1962-63 


2,000 


20 


1,960 


1,580 


1,480 


370 


- 


1,110 


100 


400 


ALL GRAPEFRU: 


[T 3/ 


160 


30,340 


16,032 


14,055 


4,808 


38 


9,209 


1,977 


14,308 


1^59-60 


"^,500 


1960-61 


31,600 


160 


31,440 


15,726 


13,748 


4,808 


113 


8,827 


1,978 


15,714 


1961-62 


35,000 


180 


34,620 


17,811 


15,832 


4,989 


274 


10,569 


1,979 


16,809 


1962-63 


30,000 


125 


29,875 


13,913 


12,066 


2,707 


115 


9,244 


1,847 


15,962 


Seedless 






















1959-60 


20,100 


80 


20,020 


14,480 


13,111 


4,467 


33 


8,611 


1,369 


5,540 


1960-61 


19,200 


80 


19,120 


13,293 


11,972 


4,341 


110 


7,521 


1,321 


5,827 


1961-62 


23,800 


100 


23,600 


15,750 


14,473 


^ 


y. 


y 


1,277 


7,850 


1962-63 


20,000 


75 


19,925 


11,595 


10,833 


^ 


y 


f/ 


1,126 


7,966 


Other than Seedless 




















1959-60 


10,400 


80 


10,320 


1,552 


944 


341 


5 


598 


608 


8,768 


1960-61 


12,400 


80 


12,320 


2,433 


1,776 


467 


3 


1,306 


657 


9,887 


1961-62 


11,200 


80 


11,020 


2,061 


1,359 


^, 


y 


y 


702 


8,959 


1962-63 


10,000 


50 


9,950 


1,954 


1,233 


±1 


y 


£/ 


721 


7,996 


LLiES 






















1959-60 


320 


5 


315 


199 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


116 


1960-61 


310 


5 


305 


194 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


111 


1961-62 5/ 340 


5 


335 


183 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


152 


1962-63 ' 


400 


5 


395 


231 


4/ 


4/ 


4/ 


4/ 


1/ 


164 


Note - 1963-64 Season, f 


igures not available at time of 


Sunmary 


release. 





1/ " Total Production " and " Production of Value " are the same for each season. 

2/ Net content of box of Florida oranges & tangerines, 90-lbs.; grapefruit & limes, 80-lbs. 

3/ Includes economic abandonment as follows: 1961-62 season, 200,000 boxes ( 100,000 seedless 

~ & 100,000 seedy type); 1962-63 Seasons, None, 

4/ Not available. 

5/ Revised, 



TABLE 17 



" dO - 



PRODUCTION & U TILIZATION - CALIFORNIA CITRUS 
— ikdt'i 5F l<J59-60 to 1962-63, iNCLUSIVfc 

U. S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service 



CROP- 



SEASON 




Pro- 
duc- 
tion 
having 
Value 

1/ 



T FARM 

I DISP OSITION 

I Farm 



UTILIZATION OF SALES 



Fresh 
1— 



Sales 
1 



I House 
I Hold 
1 Use 



SOLD 



Total IPacked I Loose 
I I 

I I 



Total 
Pro- 
cess- 
ed 



Thousand Box e s 2/ 



ALL : ORAiJGES 

1959-60 30,800 
1960-61 3/ 25,000 
1961-62 2/ 20,700 
1962-63 4/ 29,000 

Navels i Miscellaneous 
1959-60 13,500 
1960-61 9,000 

1961-62 7,600 

1962-63 4/ 12,600 

Valencias 

1959-60 17,300 
1960-61 3/ 16,000 
1961-62 3/ 13,100 
1962-63 4/ 16,400 



30,450 210 

24,800 200 

21,170 200 

29,000 200 



13,300 100 

8,860 100 

7,460 100 

12,600 100 



17,150 
15,840 
12,710 
16,400 



ALL GRAPEFRUIT 

l9!J9-60 2,700 

1960-61 2,640 

1961-62 3/ 2,940 

1962-63 4/ 2,400 

Desert Valleys 

1959-60 1,400 

1960-61 1,240 

1961-62 1,540 

1962-63 4/ 1,200 

Other Areas 

1959-60 1,300 

1960-61 1,400 

1961-62 3/ 1,400 

1962-63 4/ 1,200 

LB^ONS 

1959-60 17,100 
1960-61 13,800 
1961-62 3/ 15,2C0 
1962-63 4/ 12,400 

LiMONS ( ARIZOm ) 

1961-62 3/ 1,540 1,540 
1962-63 4/ 490 490 



2,671 
2,630 
2,620 
2,400 



1,371 
1,230 
1,420 
1,200 



1,300 
1,400 
1,200 
1,200 



17,100 
13,600 
15,000 
12,400 



110 
100 
100 
100 



22 
22 
22 

22 



6 
6 
6 
6 



16 
16 
16 
16 



15 
15 
15 
15 



30,240 
24,490 
20,230 
28,470 



13,200 
8,760 
7,360 

12,270 



17,040 
15,730 
12,870 

16,200 



2,649 
2,608 
2,798 
2,376 



1,365 
1,224 
1,414 
1,192 



1,284 
1,384 
1,384 
1,184 



17,085 
13,785 
15,185 
12,385 



22,530 
19,130 
15,290 
18,380 



11,550 
8,250 
6,660 
9,000 



10,980 

10,880 

8,630 

9,380 

1,803 
1,720 
1,790 
1,571 



839 
670 
820 
717 



964 

1,050 

970 

854 



8,945 
9,270 
8,505 
9,110 



Thousand Tons 2/ 



2 

1 



1,538 
489 



494 
325 



I 
V 

% 

i 

i 
i 

% 
% 



% % 



y 



^ 


7,710 


'i 


5,360 


4,940 


V 


10,090 


% 


1,650 
510 


700 


3,270 


i 


6,060 
'4,850 
4,240 


6,820 


i 


846 
888 


1,008 
805 


i 


526 
554 


594 
475 


i 


320 
334 


414 
330 


IL 


8,140 


^ 


'4,515 


I, 


6,680 


^ 


3,275 



w 



1,044 
164 



Note - 1963-64 Season, figures not available at time of Summary release. 



-^ So'chlrity orll^iZtel' ^°"^-^^°'^" --<^ "Production having Value" include quantities 
-^ VaLeyf 64-lbs -"in^oth^i'f " GRANGES considered to he 75-lbs.; GRAPEFRUIT - in Desert 

^ ^'^'^^ i/ Preliminary 5/ Not available. 



TABLE 18 




- 21 - 












PRODUCTION i UTILIZATION - T3CAS, 


ARIZONA & 


LOUIS L\/A 


CITRUS 




CROPS OF 1959-60 to 1962-63 , 


INCLUSIVE 


Service 




U. S. Department of 


Agriculture, Statistical Reporting 








Total 




FARM 


UTILIZATION 


STATE 




HIO- 


DISPOSITION 


OF SALES 


CROP 


For 










SEASON 




DUC- 
TION 


Farm 
House 


Sold 


Fresh 
Sales 


Total 
Pro- 






y 


hold 
Use 








cess- 
ed 


- 


T h c 


usand Boxe 


8 2/ 






TEXAS - GRANGES, ALL 
















1959-60 




2,700 


70 




2,630 


2,114 


516 


1960-61 




3,500 


70 




3,430 


2,550 


880 


1961-62 


^ 


2,300 


35 




2,265 


1,233 


1,032 


1962-63 


y 


40 


15 




25 


25 


- 


Early & Midseason 3 


7 














1959-60 




1,500 


- 




- 


- 


.. 


1960-61 




2,000 


— 




- 


- 


— . 


1961-62 




1,650 


-. 




- 


- 


— 


1962-63 


i/ 


25 


- 




- 


- 


- 


Valencias 3/ 
















1959-60 




1,200 


. 




- 


. 


— 


1960-61 




1,500 


— 




- 


- 


- 


1961-62 




650 


- 




- 


- 


~ 


, , 1962-63 


±/ 


15 


- 




- 


- 


- 


GR.\PEFRUIT, ALL 
















1959-60 




5,200 


75 




5,125 


3,881 


1,244 


1960-61 




6,800 


75 




6,725 


5,414 


1,281 


1961-62 




2,700 


50 




2,650 


2,294 


356 


1962-63 


4/ 


70 


25 




45 


45 


- 


ARIZONA - GRANGES, ALL 
















1959-60 




1,500 


20 




1,480 


1,211 


269 


1960-61 




1,160 


20 




1,140 


1,010 


130 


1961-62 




1,440 


20 




1,420 


1,127 


293 


1962-63 


i/ 


1,560 


20 




1,540 


986 


554 


Navels & Miscellaneous 














1959-60 




560 


10 




550 


461 


89 


1960-61 




440 


10 




430 


390 


40 


1961-62 




640 


10 




630 


550 


80 


1962-63 


i/ 


640 


10 




630 


530 


100 


Valencias 
















1959-60 




940 


10 




930 


750 


180 


1960-61 




720 


10 




710 


620 


90 


1S61-62 




800 


10 




790 


577 


213 


1962-63 


4/ 


920 


10 




910 


456 


454 


GRAPEFRUIT, ALL 
















1959-60 




3,220 


20 




3,200 


2,107 


1,093 


1960-61 




2,260 


20 




2,240 


1,396 


842 


1961-62 




2,270 


20 




2,150 


1,275 


875 


1962-63 


V 


2,170 


20 




2,150 


890 


1,260 


LOUISIANA -GRANGES. ALL 
















1959-60 




260 


10 




250 


250 


m. 


1960-61 




275 


10 




265 


265 


. 


1961-62 




255 


5 




250 


250 


_ 


1962-63 


i/ 


15 


1 




14 


14 


- 


Note - 1963-64 season. 


figures not available 


at 


time of SuEcary release. 


1/ "Total Production" and "Production having Value" are 


the same each season. 




2/ Net content of box of OR/iNGES in Texas & Louisiana, 90-lbs.; in Arizona 75-lbs, 


\ 


Net content of box of GRAPEFRUIT in 


Texas, 80-lbs.; 


in 


Arizona, 


64-lbs. 




3/ Utilization of Texas, oranges - 


■ by varieties. 


not availabe. 






4/ Preliminary, 
















5/ Revised* 

















TABLE 19 



- 22 - 



PRODUCTION AND UTILIZATION — UNITED STATES 

CITRUS CROPS OF 1959-60 to 1962-63. INCLUSIVE 

U. S. Department of Agricult\ire, Statistical Reporting Servioe 



CROP 



SEASON 



Total 
PRO- 
DUC- 
TION 

y 



-r 

I Pro- 

I d\ic- 

I tion 

I having 

1 Value 

I V 



FARM 
DIS POSITION 

Tor 1 

Farm I 
House I Sold 
hold 1 
Use I 



UTILIZATION OF SALES 



Fresh 
Sales 



T0T6.L 
Pro- 
cess- 
ed 



ORANGES (Excluding Tangerines) 


- Box basis 


— Thousand boxes 


y 








1959-60 


126,760 


126,410 


975 


125,435 


46,870 


78,565 




1960161 


116,635 


116,325 


990 


115,335 


39,725 


75,610 




1961-62 3/ 
1962-63 4/ 


138,095 


137,825 


1,035 


136,790 


38,815 


97,875 




105,115 


104,785 


811 


103,974 


31,085 


72,889 


. 




- Ton basis 


— Thousand tons 


y 








1959-60 


5,462 


5,449 


42 


5,407 


1,931 


3,476 




1960-61 


5,052 


5,040 


42 


4,998 


1,637 


3,361 




1961-62 3/ 
1962-63 4/ 


6,048 


6,038 


45 


5,993 


1,623 


4,370 




4,501 


4,489 


35 


4,454 


1,254 


3,200 


TANGtRDJES 




- Box basis 


— Thousand boxes 


y 








1959-60 


2,800 


2,700 


70 


2,630 


2,089 


541 




1960^1 


4,900 


4,900 


70 


4,830 


3,242 


1,588 




1961-62 5/ 
1962-63 ^5/ 


4,000 


4,000 


70 


3,930 


2,695 


1,235 




2,000 


2,000 


20 


1,980 


1,580 


400 






- Ton basis 


— Thousand tons 


y 








1959-60 


126 


121 


3 


118 


94 


24 




1960-61 


220 


220 


3 


217 


146 


71 




1961-62 5/ 


180 


180 


3 


177 


121 


56 




1962-63 4/5/ 


90 


90 


1 


89 


71 


18 


GRAPEFRUIT 




- Box basis 


~ Thousand boxes 


y 








1959-60 


•41,620 


41,314 


277 


41,314 


23,823 


17,491 




1960-61 


43,300 


43,290 


277 


43,013 


24,288 


18,725 




1961-62 3/ 


42,910 


42,490 


272 


42,218 


23,170 


19,048 




1962-63 4/ 


34,640 


34,638 


192 


34,446 


16,419 


18,027 






- Ton basis 


— Thousand tons 


y 








1959-60 


1,619 


1,618 


10 


1,608 


923 


685 




1960-61 


1,695 


1,695 


11 


1,684 


948 


736 




1961-62 3/ 


1,677 


1,662 


11 


1,651 


904 


747 




1962-63 4/ 


1,351 


1,350 


7 


1,343 


638 


705 


Note 


- 1963-64 season. 


figures not 


availabl 


e at time 


of Svtnxoa 


ry release. 





1/ See individual State tables for explanation of difference. 

2/ Net content varies; For ORANGES - In Calif. & Ariz., the approximate average per box is 
considered to be 75-lbs.; Calif. & Ariz. GRAPEFRUIT - approximate average is considered 
to be 64-lbs. in Calif, Desert Valleys & Ariz., & 67-lbs, in Calif, area other than De- 
sert Valleys, For Florida & other States, net content of box is considered to be 90-lbs. 
for ORANGES and 80- lbs. for GRAPEFRUIT. Equivalent tons were derived on the basis of 
above weights. 

3/ Revised, 

4/ Preliminary. 

5/ Florida Production & U, S. Production synonymous. 



TABLE 20 



LinT.JD STATIlS - CITRUS FRUITS, 



- 23 - 

PER CAPITA COriSUMPTION 



FARM-WUGHT EQUIV.^LEl.T - 1930-63 



'fear 



1930 
1931 
1932 
1933 
1934 
1935 
1936 
1937 
1938 
1939 
1940 
1941 
1942 
1943 
1944 
1945 
1946 
1947 
1948 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1952 
1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 

1960 1/ 

1961 1/ 

1962 1/ 

1963 5/ 



Fresh 6/ 



lbs. 



Canned 
Fruits 



lbs. 



Canned 
Juioe 2/ 



lbs. 





31.2 


0.6 




0.2 




42.3 


1.2 




0.4 




36.7 


0.5 




0.3 




39.4 


0.8 




0.5 




39.8 


0.6 




0.8 




44.6 


1.2 




2.4 




46.2 


1.0 




2.2 




44.5 


1.4 




4.7 




49.1 


1.2 




5.4 




61.4 


1.4 




8.5 




56.7 


1.2 




9.2 




57.7 


1.7 




13.1 




57.7 


1.8 




12.6 




60.3 


0.1 




11.2 




68.2 




3/ 


21.1 




66.6 


0.1 




21.6 




59.1 


1.1 




34.8 




62.2 


1.5 




30.2 




54.4 


2.0 




36.2 




47.8 


1.8 




26.2 




41.2 


1.5 




19.8 




45.1 


1.7 




20.8 




44.4 


1.5 




17.0 


• 


43.4 


1.8 




15.9 


. 


41.2 


1.9 




15.8 


. 


41.2 


2.2 




16.6 4/ 




38.5 


2.4 


^. 


16.3 4/ 




36.5 


2.0 


y. 


17.2 A/ 




30.5 


2.6 


i 


17.6 4/ 




33.4 


2.1 


y. 


14.1 4/ 




33.3 


2.7 


V 


15.2 5/ 




30.2 


2.5 


1 


13.6 4/ 




28.9 
21.8 


2.6 
1.9 


14.2 4/ 

13.3 y 



Frozen 



Iba. 



Total 



lbs. 



— 


32.2 


— 


43.9 


— 


37.5 


. 


40.7 


— 


41.2 


— 


48.2 


— 


49.4 


— 


50.6 


— 


55.7 


— 


71.3 


- 


67.1 


— 


72.5 


— 


72.1 


— 


71,6 


- 


89,3 


— 


88.3 


0.3 


95.3 


0.2 


94.1 


0.5 


93.1 


6.6 


82.4 


10.8 


73.3 


15.2 


82.8 


21.5 


84.4 


24.5 


85.6 


27.1 


86.0 


30.9 


90.9 


30.3 


87.5 


33.0 


88.7 


25.8 


76.5 


32.6 


82.2 


34.2 


85.4 


32.1 


78.4 


37.2 


82.9 


25.3 


62.3 



1/ Revised. 

2/ Pack year beginning November prior to year indicated. 

3/ Less than 0,05 pound. 

4/ Includes chilled citrus. 

5/ Preliminary 

6/ Beginning 1941, crop year beginning October or November prior to year indicated. 



Made available 
through the courtesy of United States Department of Agriculture and Economic Research Service 



TABLE 21 



- 24 - 

rniTED STATES - FRESH CITRUS FRUITS - PER CAPITA CONSUMPTION 

FARM WEIGHTS — 1930-63 



Year 



Oranges 



TET. 



Tangerines 



Lemons 



Limes 



Grapefruit 



"l^iT 



TEiT 



lbs. 



IW. 



3/ Tangelos included as follows: 1956 - 0.1; 1957 - 0,1; 1958 - 0.2: 
1959 - 0.1; 1960 - 0.2; 1961 - 0.2; 1962 - 0.4; 1963 - 0,3 pound. 

4/ Preliminary, 



Total 
Citrus 



lbs. 



1930 


19.9 


0.6 




4,1 


2/ 


.6.6 


31,2 


1931 


27.6 


1.7 




3,5 


0.1 


9.4 


42,3 


1932 


24.6 


1.4 




3.2 


0.1 


7.4 


36,7 


a933 


26.6 


1.4 




3,5 


2/ 


7.9 


39,4 


1934 


27.0 


1.4 




3,6 


. o.r 


7.7 


39.8 


1935 


30.7 


1,4 




4.1 


0.1 


8.3 


44,6 


1936 


30.1 


1.5 




4,3 


0.1 


10,2 


46,2 


1937 


26.6 


2.1 


. 


3.4 


. 0,1 


12.3 


44,5 


1938 


33.5 


1.6 




4,3 


0,1 


9.6 


49.1 


1939 


41.1 


2.3 




4.2 


0,1 


13.7 


61.4 


1940 


39.4 ■ 


1.6 




4,5 


0,1 


11.1 


56.7 


1941 


38.9 


1.8 




4,7 


0.1 


12.2 


57.7 


1942 


39.8 


1.4 




4.3 


0,1 


12,1 


57.7 


1943 


39.7 


2.9 




5,0 


.0,2 


12,5 


60,3 


1944 


47.6 


2.5 




4.9 


.0.2 


13,0 


68,2 


1945 


45.1 


2.7 




• 5.1 


.0,2 


13.5 


66,6 


1946 


37.9 


2.4 




4.7 


.0,1 


14.0 


59,1 


1947 


41,5 


1.9 




• 4,8 


0.1 


13,9 


62,2 


1948 


35.7 


1.8 




• 4.5 


D.1 


12,3 


54,4 


1949 


30.7 


2.0 




4.1 


0.1 


10.9 


47.8 


1950 


26,9 


2.0 




4.0 


0,1 


8,2' 


41,2 


1951 


28.8 


1.9 




• 4.0 


0.1 


10,3 


45,1 


1952 


27.9 ■ 


2.0 




3,9 


0,1 


10,5 


44,4 


1953 


27.6 


2.2 




3.7 


0,2 


9.7 


43,4 


1954 


24.5 


2.0 




3,6 


0,1 


11,0 


41,2 


1955 


24.8 


2.1 




3.4 


0,2 


10,7 


41,2 


1956 


22,6 


2,0 


1 


3.2 


0.2 


10.5 


38,5 


1957 


21.6 


2.0 


3.3 


0.1 


9.5 


36,5 


1958 


17.6 


1.0 


3.0 


0,2 


8,7 


30,5 


1959' 


19.8 


1.5 


P, 


2.9 


0.1 


9,1 


33,4 


1960 


19,4 


1.3 


ij. 


2.9 


0.1 


9,6 


33,3 


1961 


16.2 


1.9 


1 


2,8 


0,1 


9,4 


30,4 


1962 


15.7 


1.7 


2,8 1/ 
2,6^ 


0,1 


8,6 


28,8 


1963 4/ 


12.0 


1.1 


0,1 


6,0 


21.8 


1/ Revi 


3ed 














2/ Less 


than 0.05 pound. 















Made available 
through the courtesy of United States Department of Agriculture and Economic Research Service 



TABLE 22 - 25 - 

UNITED STATES - CHILLED AND FROZEN CITRUS JUICES 
?m CAPITA CONSUMPTION - 1930-1963 



CHTT.T.m 5^ 



Year 



I I 

CSUNGE I GRAPEFRUIT I TOTAL 

I I 



lbs. 



lbs. 



1930 
1931 
1932 
1933 
1934 
1935 
1936 
1937 
1938 
1939 
1940 
1941 
1942 
1943 
1944 
1945 
1946 
1947 
1948 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1952 
1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 
1960 

1961 t/ 

1962 1/ 

1963 ^ 



¥; 



lbs. 



FROZEN 



Product 



Weight 2/ ; 3trengt|^ 



lbs. 



lbs. 



„ 




_ 


— 


0.07 . 


0.12 


_ 




. 


— 


0.06 


0.09 


_ 




_ 


. 


0.09 . 


0.22 


_ 




_ 


— 


0.92 


3.09 


. 




_ 


- 


1.52 


5.12 


. 




. 


m. 


2,19 


7.22 


_ 




- 


— 


3.53 


11.44 


. 




_ 


— 


4.08 


12.85 


. 




_ 


- 


4.40 


13.93 


0.94 




_ 


0.94 


4.94 


15.81 


1.05 


0. 


07 


1.12 


4.86 . 


15.48 


1.72 


0. 


05 


1.77 


5.32 


16.99 


1.60 


0. 


04 


1.64 


4.32 


13.27 


1.87 


0. 


03 


1.90 


5.42 


16.64 


2.10 


0, 


02 


2.12 


5.58 


17.48 


1.65 


0. 


03 


. 1.68 


5.24 


16.73 


2.19 


0. 


08 


2.27 


5.92 


19.49 


1.14 ' 


0, 


03 


1.17 


4.07 


13.08 



1/ Revised. 

2/ Includes single strength and concentrated juices. 

3/ Concentrated fruit juices converted to single strength on basis of 3,525 lbs to 1. 

4/ Preliminary. 

5/ Chilled fruit juice is produced conscercially from fresh fruit in Florida; does not 
include reconstituted frozen juice or fresh juice produced for loca sale. 



iv^ade available 
through the courtesy of United States Department of Agriculture and Economic Research Service 



TABLE 23 



- 26 - 



UNITED STATES - CAMfED CITRUS JUICES Ai^ SEq^ffiNTS 



Year 



1930 
1931 
1932 
1933 
1934 
1935 
1936 
1937 
1938 
1939 
1940 
1941 
1942 
1943 
1944 
1945 
1946 
1947 
1948 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1952 
1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 
1960 



1961 V 

1962 1/ 

1963 2/ 



Canned 

Single 

Strength 

Orange 



Canned 
Single 
Strength 
Grape- 
fruit 



IbB. 

0.01 
0,02 
0.01 
0.02 
0.07 
0.22 
0.20 
0.28 
0.19 
0.23 
0.68 
0.74 
0.94 
0.27 
1.46 
2.75 
4.15 
4.11 
5.03 
3,87 
3.37 
3.81 
3.58 
3.13 
3.08 
2,95 
2.42 
2.45 
2,66 
1.91 
2.12 
1.70 
1.92 
1.69 



Ibe. 

0,05 
0.11 
0.11 
0.16 
0.21 
0.62 
0.56 
1.29 
1.55 
2.61 
2.34 
3,08 
2.63 
3.03 
4.80 
3.19 
4.93 
3.38 
3.83 
2.84 
2.02 
2.73 
2,04 
1,97 
2.28 
2.18 
2.12 
1,94 
1.74 
1.56 
1,51 
1.39 
1,48 
1,30 



Canned 
Single 
Strength 
Blended 
Orange, 
Grape- 
fruit 



lbs. 



0.02 
0.06 
0.12 
0.15 
0.25 
0.42 
0.48 
0.27 
1.11 
1.08 
2.36 
2.18 
2.28 
1.86 
1.01 
1.30 
0.95 
0.86 
0.89 
0.78 
0.66 
0.58 
0.72 
0,49 
0.51 
0.45 
0.47 
0.42 



1/ Revised. 

2/ Preliminary 

3/ Less than 0.05 pound, 

4/ Single strength equivalent. 



Lemon 
and 
Lime 



lbs. 



0.01 
0.01 
0.04 
0.05 
0.03 
0.02 
0.04 
0.08 
0.02 
0.03 
0.06 
0.10 
0.07 
0.08 
0.10 
0.07 
0.08 
0.09 
0.09 
0.08 
0.11 
0.09 
0.12 
0.12 
0.15 
0.13 
0.13 
0,13 
0.08 



Canned 
Single 
Strength 
Tang- 
erine 



lbs. 



0.11 
0.21 
0.16 
0.22 
0.23 
0.20 
0,15 
0,13 
0.10 
0.09 
0.09 
0,09 
0,08 
0.08 
0.07 
0,06 
0,06 
0,04 



Canned 
Hot Paok 
Citrus 
Concen- 
trate 4/ 



Total 



lbs. 



lbs. 



Canned 

Citrus 

Segments 



lbs. 



. 


0.06 


0.6 


i_ 


0.13 


0,2 


- 


0.12 


0.4 


- 


0.18 


0.3 


_ 


0.28 


0.6 


- 


0.85 


0.5 


— 


0.79 


0.7 


• 


1.67 


0.6 


- 


1.91 


0,8 


— 


3.02 


0,6 


- 


3.29 


0,8 


0.42 


4.70 


1.1 


0.44 


4.57 


0.3 , 


0.43 


4,02 


^ 


0.19 


7.59 


3/. 


0.76 


7.84 


3/ 


0,97 


12.62 


0.5 


1.09 


11.04 


0.8 


1.88 


13.26 


1.0 


1.82 


10.71 


0.9 


1.95 


8.65 


0,8 


1.85 


9.97 


0.9 


1.63 


8,44 


0,7 


1.65 


7,83 


0.9 


1.36 


7.79 


1.0 


1.16 


7,27 


1.2 


1.58 


6.96 


1.1 


1.66 


6,84 


0.8 


1.62 


6,94 


1.1 


1,07 


5,26 


0.8 


1,45 


5.79 


1.0 


1,51 


5,24 


0.9 


1.05 


5,11 


0.9 


1.70 


5,23 


0,6 



Made available 
through the courtesy of United States Department of Agriculture and Economic Research Servioei 



FLORIDA - EQUIVALSOT "OIJ TREE" PRICES. BY MONTHS 







PER BOX - 


SEASONS 


1947-48 


— 1963-64 










ORAJ'JGES - Early and Mid-season (including Temples) 




SALES 






1 




1 


1 


1 


1 






SEASON 




1 OCT. 

1 


NOV. 


DEC. 1 
1 


JAN. 1 
1 


FEB. 1 Mar. 

1 


APR. 1 

1 


Season Average 








$ 


$ 


$ 


$ . 


$ $ 


$ 


$ 


ALL METHODS 




• 














OF SALES 






















"1947-48 




1.55 


.67 


.52 


.58 


.80 .75 


- 


.66 




1948-49 




.94 


.41 


.60 


.81 


1.01 1.31 


- 


.75 




1949-50 




2.34 


1.02 


1.22 


2.11 


2.86 3.05 


- 


1.80 




1950-51 




1.72 


1.24 


1.34 


1.41 


1.86 1.96 


1.91 


1.46 




1951-52 




1.66 


.75 


.71 


.66 


.59 .70 


.87 


.70 




1952-53 




1.93 


.67 


.91 


1.23 


1.41 1.46 


- 


1.12 




1953-54 




1.24 


1.19 


1.15 


1.07 


.97 1.29 


1.57 


1.10 


" 


1954-55 




1.23 


1.00 


1.02 


1.07 


1.23 1.52 


1.68 


1.12 




1955-56 




1.58 


1.29 


1.58 


1.79 


1.98 1.90 


- 


1.71 




1956-57 




2.22 


1.30 


1.29 


1.35 


1.59 1.75 


- 


1.45 




1957-58 




1.21 


1.04 


1.47 


1.65 


2,04 2.21 


- 


1.56 




1958-59 




3.05 


2.36 


2.55 


2.61 


2.81 2.97 


3.00 


2.66 




1959-60 




1.83 


1.34 


1.65 


1.96 


2.16 2.67 


2.44 


1.87 




1960-61 




3.03 


2.46 


2.55 


3.06 


3.46 3.35 


- 


2,90 




1961-62 


2/ 


2.08 


1.75 


1.90 


1.96 


2.00 1.80 


- 


1.95 




1962-63 


i/ 


1.95 


.97 


.89 


1.59 


2.54 4.99 


- 


1.27 




1963-64 


ii 


3.87 


4.31 


4.50 


4.72 


4.86 4.19 


- 


Unavailable 


SAT.ES FOR 






* 














TRESn USE 






















1947-48 




1.93 


.73 


.53 


.55 


.82 .91 


- 


.71 




1948-49 




1.13 


.45 


.64 


.89 


1,03 1.25 


- 


.78 




1949-50 




2.49 


1.10 


1.15 


2.14 


2.91 3.09 


— 


1.74 




1950-51 




2.06 


1.37 


1.49 


1.41 


1.88 2.09 


2.03 


1.58 




1951-52 




2.03 


.85 


.77 


.65 


.62 .62 


1.75 


.78 




1952-53 




2.35 


.74 


1.00 


1.19 


1.48 1.76 


- 


1.15 




1953-54 




1.38 


1.32 


1.28 


1.09 


.98 1.79 


2.11 


1.23 




1954-55 




1.34 


1.07 


.99 


1.15 


1.43 1.89 


1.95 


1,20 




1955-56 




1.73. 


1.32 


1.60 


1.87 


2.03 2.21 


- 


1.69 




1956-57 




2.67 


1.53 


1.55 


1.50 


1.83 2.31 


— 


1.67 




1957-58 




1.30 


1.01 


1.27 


1.82 


2.62 3.27 


— 


1.51 




1958-59 




3.48 


2.39 


2.60 


2.51 


2.67 3.15 


3.15 


2.61 




1959-60 




2.29 


1.51 


1.84 


2.05 


2.53 3.01 


2.89 


2.00 




1960-61 




3.46 


2.79 


2.95 


3.26 


3.62 3.57 


- 


3.19 




1961-62 


i 


2.44 


2.04 


2.12 


2.42 


2.56 2.47 


— 


2.31 




1962-63 


2.37 


1.35 


1.73 


4.79 


4.43 6.27 


- 


2.63 




1963-64 


4.17 


4.53 


4.71 


4.89 


4.97 4.62 


- 


Unavailable 


SATiKS FOR 






, 




* 










PROCESSING 




















1947-48 




.58 


.58 


.51 


,59 


.78 .61 


. 


.62 




1948-49 




.35 


.36 


.54 


.73 


.99 1.35 


— 


.71 




1949-50 




1.40 


.94 


1.27 


2.10 


2.84 3.04 


— 


1.84 




1950-51 




.70 


1.11 


1.24 


1.41 


1.86 1.91 


1.91 


1.38 




1951-52 




.69 


.63 


.65 


,66 


.58 .72 


.74 


.65 




1952-53 




.56 


.59 


.84 


1.24 


1.38 1.40 


- 


1.11 




1953-54 




1.07 


1.12 


1.07 


1.07 


.97 .97 


1.27 


1.05 




1954-55 




.78 


.94 


1.03 


1.05 


1.18 1.37 


1.42 


1,09 




1955-56 




1.22 


1.27 


1.57 


1.77 


1.97 1.82 


- 


1.72 




1956-57 




1.32 


1.02 


1.17 


1.32 


1.55 1.62 


- 


1.37 




1957-58 




.98 


1.08 


1.53 


1.63 


1.83 2.08 


- 


1.58 




195B-59 




2.03 


2.33 


2.53 


2.63 


2.83 2.93 


2.93 


2.67 




1959-60 




1.28 


1.23 


1.57 


1.96 


2.10 1.68 


1.53 


1.82 




1960-61 




2.18 


1.93 


2.38 


3.03 


3.42 3.29 


— 


2.83 




1961-62 


2/ 


1.28 


1.53 


1.83 


1.91 


1.90 1.69 


• 


1.85 




1962-63 7/ 


.43 


.40 


.68 


1.28 


1.87 2.33 


— 


.97 




1963-64 


y 


3.43 


4.18 


4.43 


4.68 


4.83 4.03 




Unavailable 


1/ Preliminary. 










2/ Revised. 
















Made av^lable 








through the 


courtesy of 


Florida 


Crop and 


Livestock Reporting 


Service, 


Orlando 



TAJLE 24 Cont'd 





r 


PER BOX 


- SEASONS 1947-48-1963- 


54, Inclusive 








ORANGES 


- Late 


Type (Valencia) 


SALES 


SEASON 


1 FEB. 
1 


1 llAR. 

1 


1 
1 


■ 
^lAY 


1 

JUNE 


JULY 


SEASON AVERAGE 
L_ 






^ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$■ 


$ 


$ 


ALL MKl'HODS 














.^ 


OF SALE 




















1947-48 


.87 


.92 


.54 


.50 


,43 


,34 


.60 




1946-49 


1.24 


1.57 


2.10 


2,94 


3.19 


2.92 


2.16 




1949-50 


2.97 


3.10 


2.54 


2,32 


2.43 


2.70 


2.61 




1950-51 


2.02 


1.95 


1.96 


2,00 


1.63 


.86 


1.87 




1951-52 


.89 


.87 


.80 


1.01 


1,15 


1,64 


.93 




1952-53 


1.66 


1,49 


' 1.37 


1.45 


1,85 


2,41 


1.51 


1 


1953-54 ■ 


1,01 


1.01 


1,34 


1,79 


1,96 


3,03 


1.45 




. 1954-55 


1,50 


1,63 


1.69. 


1.65 


1.92 


2,43 


1.72 




1955-56 


1.89 


1.85 


1,83 


2,15 


2,27 


2,47 


2.04 




1956-57 


1.89 


1,78 


1,46 


1,28 


1,03 


1.44 


1,34 




1957-58 


2.50 


2.68 


3.46 


3,89 


4,24 


— 


3.17 




1958-59 


2.68 


2,91 


2.86 


3,42 


3.34 


3.11 


3.12 




1959-60 


2.05 


1.86 


1,94 


2.12 


2.52 


- 


2.07 




1960-61 


3.10 


2.94 


2.94 


3.13 


3.24 


3.33 


3,08 




1961-62 2/ 


2.05 


1.87 


1.88 


1,77 


1,80 


1,61 


1,81 




1962-63 7/ 


2.03 


2.74 


4.13 


5.72 


6,89 


- 


3,27 




1963-64 1/ 


4.60 


4.15 


4.50 


4,62 


4.47 


"'— 


Unavailable 


SALES FOR 


















FRESH USE 




















1947-48 


1.17 


1.18 


.73 


.70 


.69 


,69 


,82 




1946-49 


1.37 


1.58 


2.14 


3,14 


3.32 


3.31 


2.24 




1949-50 


3.10 


3.14 


2.61 


2,28 


2,59 


2.80 


2,73 




1950-51 


2.33 


2.19 


2.04 


1,98 


1.69 


1.63 


2.01 




1951-52 


1.07 


.94 


.80 


1,06 


1.19 


1.85 


,97 




1952-53 . 


1.77 


1.57 


1.38 


1.51 


1,59 


2.52 


1,54 




1953-54 . 


1.09 


1.07 


1.52 


2.03 


2.20 


3.70 


1,57 




1954-55 


1.57 


1.61 


1.68 


1.56 


2.12 


2,76 


1,75 




1955-56 


1.86 


1.87 


1.84 


2.28 


2.77 


3.34 


2.08 




1955-57 


2.07 


1.90 


. 1.75 


1.37 


1,23 


2.02 


1.68 




1957-58 


2.45 


2.35 


3.84 


3.51 


4.45 


- 


2,96 




1958-59 


2.77 


■ 2.96 


. 3.00 


3.36 


3.40 


3.29 


3,06 


'■. 


1959-60 


2.17 


2.01 


. 1.78 


2.03 


3,09 


- 


2.04 




1960-61 


3,79 


2.96 


2.76 


• 3.12 


3.31 


4.50 


3.07 




1961-62 2/ 


2.55 


2.11 


1.67 


1.28 


1.36 


1.52 


1,73 




1962-63 2/ 


3.93 


4.99 


5.33 


6.60 


6.71 


- 


5.33 




1963-64 1/ 


4.79 


4.22 


4.33 


4.52 


4.92 


- 


Unavailable 


SALES FOR 




• 


, 












PROCESSING 




















1947-48 


.81 


.61 


.33 


.32 


,19 


.21 


.41 




1948-49 


1.05 


1.57 


2.05 


2.69 


3.02 


2.83 


2.06 




1949-50 


2.84 


3.04 


2.51 


2,34 


2.29 


2.25 


2,52 




1950-51 


1.86 


1.71 


1,91 


2,01 


1.61 


,46 


1,79 




1951-52 • 


.65 


.78 


,80 


.98 


1.12 


1.18 


.90 




1952-53 ■ 


1.38 


1.40 


1,37 


1,43 


1,95 


2.16 


1.49 




1953-54 


.92 


.97 


1,27 


1,72 


1.82 


1,37 


1.39 




1954-55 ■ 


1.45 


1.64 


1.69 


1,68 


1.86 


1.86 


1.71 




1955-56 


1.97 


1.82 


1,82 


2,12 


2.17 


1.97 


2.02 




1956-57 


1.49 


1,62 


1,32 


1.26 


1.00 


1.27 


1.22 




1957-58' 


2.53 


2,78 


3,38 


3,93 


4.13 




3,23 


r . 


1958-59 


2.63 


2.88 


2.83 


3.43 


3,33 


3.03 


3.13 




1959-60 


1.93 


1,73 


1.98 


2.13 


2.43 


— 


2.08 




1960-61 2/ 


2.78 


2.93 


2.98 


3,13 


3.23 


3.13 


3.08 




1961-62 V 
1962-63 2/ 


.1.78 


•1.68 


1.93 


1.83 


1,83 


1,63 


1,83 




1.78 


2.43 


3.98 


5.53 


6.93 




3.00 




1963-64 1/ 


4.43 


4.13 


4.53 


4.63 


4,47 


^ 


Unavailable 


1/ Preliminary, 








2/ Revi 


sed. 














^feide available 








through the courtesy of 


Florida 


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Service, Orlando 



TABLE 24 Cont'd 



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FLORIDA. - EaUIVALaJT "ON TREE" PRICES, BY MONTHS 

PER BOX - SEASONS 1947-48-1963-64. INCIDSIVE 

GRAPEFRUIT - Seedless 



SALES 

SEASON 


1 
1 


OCT. 


NOV. 


DEC. 


JAN. 


FEB. 


KiAR. 


APR. 1 


M4Y 1 


JUNEI 


JULYI 


Season 
Average 






1 


$ 


$ 


% 


% 


$ 


-% ■ 


$ 


$ 


■$ 


$ 


ALL METHODS 


























OF SALES 


























1947-48 




1,40 


.61 


.26 


.31 


.31 


.20 


.13 


.16 


.18 


.09 


.33 


1948-49 




.59 


.35 


.34 


.50 


.57 


.99 


1.62 


2.19 


1.41 


i.oe 


.85 


1949-50 




'2.64 


1.89 


1.85 


1.96 


1.93 


2.07 


2.09 


1.88 


1.42 


1.44 


1,94 


1950-51 




1.27 


1.11 


1.18 


1,10 


1.40 


1,20 


1.14 


.81 


.59 


.35 


1,09 


1951-52 




1.58 


1.04 


1.00 


.91 


.66 


,63 


.43 


.56 


.42 


.47 


,74 


1^52-53 




1.37 


1.09 


1.20 


1.04 


.91 


,87 


.84 


.96 


1.37 


1.23 


1.01 


1953-54 




.97 


.95 


.92 


.70 


.56 


,63 


.59 


.59 


.42 


1.32 


.71 


1954-55 




1.21 


1.04 


.91 


.84 


.70 


.58 


.72 


.56 


.81 


1.23 


.81 


1955-56 




1.13 


.85 


.92 


.81 


.62 


.57 


.74 


1.01 


.78 


1.23 


,80 


1956-57 




2.14 


1.24 


1.17 


1.13 


1.02 


.99 


.95 


.92 


.88 


1.11 


1.12 


1957-58 




1.14 


.97 


1,13 


1.05 


.89 


1.28 


1.79 


2.47 


. 




1.16 


1958-59 




2,12 


1.71 


1.44 


1.26 


1.10 


1,09 


.87 


.98 


1.20 


,94 


1.20 


1959-60 




1.06 


1.01 


1.07 


1.08 


1.09 


1.17 


1.22 


1.49 


1.63 




1.12 


1960-61 




1,60 


1.41 


1.39 


1.25 


.96 


,82 


.63 


.81 


.74 


1,64 


1.03 


1961-62 


■i 


1.21 


.84 


.73 


.70 


.72 


.78 


.93 


.62 


.60 


.34 


.75 


1962-63 


.96 


1.14 


1.30 


1,23 


.78 


2.11 


2.46 


2.50 


3.41 




1,41 


1963-64 


2.16 


2.32 


2.34 


2.33 


2.51 


2.62 


2.91 


3.37 


2.65 


- 


Unarail- 


























able 


SALES FCR 


























FRESH USE 


























1947-4Q 




1.50 


.75 


.33 


.50 


.51 


.38 


.24 


.35 


.37 


.37 


.59 


1948-49 




.66 


.44 


.43. 


.69 


.65 


1,15 


1.86 


2.46 


1.92 


1.96 


1.09 


1949-50 




2.75 


2.03 


2.00 


2.10 


2.12 


2.24 


2.20 


2.07 


1.61 


1.52 


2.12 


1950-51 




1.44 


1.22 


1.34 


1.25 


1.52 


1,35 


1,33 


1.05 


.81 


.63 


1.30 


1951-52 




,1.80 


1.20 


1.15 


1.08 


.81 


,77 


.57 


.79 


.68 


.96 


.93 


1952-53 




1.59 


1.26 


1.42 


1.21 


1.11 


1.00 


1.08 


1.15 


1.72 


1.32 


1.21 


1953-54 




1.11 


1.15 


1.13 


.92 


.78 


.88 


.82 


.87 


.67 


1.66 


.95 


1954-55 




1.32 


1.22 


1.07 


1.02 


.89 


,79 


.94 


.70 


1.10 


1.53 


1.02 


1955-56 




1.42 


1.10 


1.C6 


.97 


.80 


,82 


.90 


1.31 


1.29 


1.60 


1.01 


1956-57 




2.47 


1.50 


1.39 


1.41 


1.26 


1,34 


1.23 


1.1^ 


1.19 


1.71 


1.42 


1957-58 




1.28 


1.15 


1.34 


1.39 


1.26 


1.58 


2,12 


3.25 






1.46 


1958-59 




2.39 


1.97 


1.62 


1.45 


1.29 


1,29 


1.05 


1.05 


1.38 


1.18 


1.42 


1959-60 




1.23 


1.18 


1.25 


1.22 


1.29 


1,34 


1.41 


1.90 


2.10 




1.33 


1960-61 




1.78 


1.70 


1.60 


1.50 


1.18 


1,02 


.80 


.97 


.91 


1.95 


1.27 


1961-62 


y> 


1.43 


1.05 


.95 


.96 


.98 


1,23 


1.12 


.98 


1.06 


.90 


1.09 


1962-63 


y> 


1.33 


1.38 


1.54 


2.66 


2.36 


2,75 


3.45 


3.02 


3.91 




2.15 


1963-64 


If 


2.41 


2.55 


2.63 


2.70 


2.76 


3.07 


3.33 


4.35 


3.90 


- 


Unavail- 
able 


SALES FOR 


























PROCESSING 


























1947-48 




.07 


.17 


.20 


.20 


.17 


.10 


.06 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.10 


1948-49 




.31 


.26 


.27. 


.32 


.48 


.64 


.71 


.78 


.85 


.87 


.44 


1949-50 




1.06 


1.48 


1.69 


1.83 


1.76 


1.74 


1.71 


1.20 


1.23 


1.22 


1.62 


1950-51 




.57 


.60 


.60 


.72 


1,04 


.80 


.71 


.41 


.35 


.20 


.59 


1951-52 




.10 


.17 


.22 


.18 


.09 


,03 


-.06 


-.04 


.02 


.03 


.05 


1952-53 




-.05. 


.07 


.37 


.48 


.43 


.42 


.34 


.28 


.46 


.40 


.36 


1953-54 




.12 


.11 


.13 


.09 


.02 


-.04 


.01 


.10 


.06 


-.10 


.05 


1954-55 




.00 


.12 


.18 


.19 


.18 


.19 


.15 


.12 


.14 


.08 


.16 


1955-56 




-.05. 


-.05 


.15 


.23 


,16 


.08 


.10 


.30 


.50 


.50 


,19 


1956-57 




,00 


.20. 


.27 


.45 


.45 


,35 


.38 


.46 


.37 


.26 


.38 


1957-58 




.36 


.43 


.46 


.53 


.54 


.67 


.75 


.52 






.53 


1958-59 




.38 


.68 


.78 


.73 


.68 


,73 


.53 


.83 


.83 


.48 


,68 


1959-60 




.03 


.40 


.37 


.55 


.70 


,65 


.58 


.55 


.53 




.57 


1960-61 




.13 


.34 


.41 


.57 


.39 


,36 


.24 


.64 


.53 


.56 


.46 


1961-62 


% 


-.10 


-.01 


.02 


.06 


.17 


.09 


.08 


.05 


.06 


.03 


.07 


1962-63 


-.22 


-.15 


-.09 


.38 


.27 


.45 


.71 


.82 


1,63 




.31 


1963-64 


.73 


1.07 


1.31 


1.59 


2.04 


1.93 


1.96 


1.98 


1.88 


- 


Unavail- 


























able 


1/ Preliminary 


• 










2/ 


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Made available 
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TABLE 24 Cont'd 



FLORim. - EaUIVALENT "ON TREE" PRICES. BY MONTHS 





PER 


BOX - SEASONS 


1947-48- 


-1963-64/ INC 


LUSIVE 














GRAPEFRUIT - 


Seedy 




SALES 


' OCT. 


1 NOV. 


1 DEC. 


1 JAN. 


1 FEB. 1 


M6A. 1 


APR. iMAYIJUNEIJULYI 


Season 




SEASON 1 








1 1 


1 


II 


1 


1 


AVERAGE 




$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ $ 


% 


% . 


% 


ALL f/lii.'i'HODS 




















OF SALES 
























1947-48 .88 


.41 


.25 


.22 


.18 


.12 


.07 .07 


.05 


.02 


.20 




1948-49 .36 


.31 


.32 


.36 


.46 


.63 


.86 1.31 


1.23 


1.17 


.50 




1949-50 ■ 2.09 


1.51 


1.65 


1.84 


1.77 


1.74 


1.75 1.28 


1.25 


1.37 


1.66 




1950-51 .88 


.66 


.67 


.77 


1.04 


.91 


.76 .48 


.41 


.23 


,80 




1951-52 ■ .89 


.46' 


.45 


.39 


.24 


.18 


.09 .11 


.12 


.19 


.29 




1952-53 .72 


.37 


,48 


.54 


.47 


.47 


.47 .49 


.70 


.68 


.49 




1953-54 ,52 


.38 


.36 


.28 


.19 


.11 


.13 .18 


.12 


.41 


.25 - 




1954-55 .53 


.44 


.44 


.38 


.35 


.25 


.28 .28 


.32 


.42 


.37 " 




1955-56 .65 


.23 


.33 


.31 


.26 


.20 


.22 .46 


.55 


.61 


,30 




1956-5? 1.65 


.53 


.60 


.62 


,59 


.49 


.47 .56 


.47 


,42 


,58 




1957-56 .71 


.70 


.71 


.69 


.69 


.88 


1.28 .90 


- 


- 


.74 




1958-59 1.39 


.99 


.93 


.85 


,75 


.70 


.59 .81 


.87 


- 


.83 




1959-60 .77 


.88 


.90 


.91 


,99 


1.01 


.84 .79 


- 


- 


.91 




1960-61 1.18 


1.01 


1.06 


1.05 


,91 


.68 


.40 .75 


.65 


- 


.84 




1961-62 2/ .58 
1962-63 y .67 
1963-64 tl 1.57 


.59 


.59 


.61 


,76 


.37 


.34 .17 


.11 


- 


.51 




.54 


.60 


.67 


,60 


.93 


1.26 


- 


- 


.07 




1.98 


2.05 


2.04 


2,39 


2.04 


1.92 2.01 


2.08 


- 


Unavail- 






















able 


SALES FOR 






















FRESH USE 
























1947-48 1.08 


.61 


.33 


.31 


,25 


.20 


.14 .14 


.17 


.17 


.41 




1948-49 .43 


.45 


.35 


.47 


,52 


.79 


1.25 1.80 


1.56 


1,56 


.67 




1949-50 2.27 


1.53 


1.56 


1.74 


1,73 


1,70 


1.74 1.56 


1.46 


1,52 


1.72 




1950-51 1.05 


.88 


.92 


.87 


1,04 


.98 


.94 .78 


.65 


,45 


1.01 




1951-52 1.18 


,74 


.70 


.63 


.43 


.38 


.30 .38 


.44 


,52 


.54 




1952-53 .90 


.62 


.66 


.71 


.53 


.61 


.66 .69 


1.07 


,84 


,68 




1953-54 .80 


.77 


.73 


.59 


.39 


.39 


.36 .39 


.39 


1.16 


.57 




1954-55 .71 


.72 


.66 


.61 


.56 


.46 


.54 .55 


.67 


1.00 


.66 




1955-56 .84 


.67 


.59 


.52 


.43 


.41 


.41 .76 


.85 


1,16 


-.58 




1956-57 2.15 


.98 


• .89 


.99 


.81 


.80 


.80 .95 


.96 


1,16 


1.03 




1957-58 .87 


.87 


1.00 


.87 


.83 


1.17 


1.65 1.97 




- 


.98 




1958-59 1.83 


1.51 


1.18 


.97 


.84 


.86 


.65 .73 


.78 


— 


1.05 




1959-60 1.02 


.92 


1.10 


1.07 


1.12 


1.15 


1.13 1.23 




— 


1.10 




1960-61 1.42 


1.29 


1.33 


1.41 


l.CO 


.68 


.51 .87 


.80 


— 


1.08 




1961-62 2/ ,80 
1962-63 y .87 
1963-64 y 1.76 


.84- 


.82 


.89 


,92 


.94 


.84 .65 


.77 


_ 


■ .87 




.87 


1.03 


1.40 


1.24 


1.79 


2.13 




_ 


'1.22 




1.94 


2.11 


2.08 


2.15 


2.15 


2.21 2.77 


2.86 


- 


Unavail- 
















• 






able 


SALES FOR 






















PROCESSING 
























1947-48 .31 


.31 


.24 


.21 


.16 


.11 


.06 .05 


,00 


,00 


.14 




1948-49 .30 


.28 


.31 


.34 


.45 


.58 


.65 .74 


.84 


,85 


.43 




1949-50 1.06 


1.49 


1.70 


1.86 


•1.79 


1.76 


1.75 1.23 


1.23 


1,23 


1,64 




1950-51 .57' 


.60 


.60 


.75 


1.04 


.90 


.71 .41 


.35 


,20 


.74 




1951-52 .10' 


.22 


.37 


.29 


.14 


.05 


-.05 -.04 


.02 


,03 


.14 




1952-53 -.05 


.21 


.42 


.50 


.45 


.43 


.37 .28 


.46 


,40 


,42 




1953-54 .18 


.25 


.23 


.20 


.12 


.03 


.06 .13 


.07 


-.08 


.14 




1954-55 ,17 


.36 


.37 


.33 


.29 


.21 


.18 .12 


.14 


.08 


.28 




1955-56 -.05 


.05 


.24 


.27 


.22 


.15 


.12 .30 


.50 


.50 


.21 




1956-57 .10 


.35 


..52 


.55 


.55, 


.45 


.42 ,46 


.37 


.26 


.47 




1957-58 .57 


.66 


.65 


.66 


.67 


.81 


.84 .61 






. .68 




1958-59 .48 


-.83 


.88 


• .83 


,73 


.68 


.58 .83 


.88 


. 


.78 




1959-60 .43 


.88 


.88 


.88 


,98 


.98 


.73 .73 




.. 


.88 




1960-61 .23 


-.88 


.98 


.98 


,88 


.66 


.38 .73 


.63 


_ 


.78 




1961-62 .15 


.52 


.53 


.53 


.73 


.30 


.28 .10 


.08 


M 


.43 




1962-63 2/ -.12 


.43 


.53 


.58 


.53 


.68 


1.08 




^ 


.57 




1963-64 p' 1.53 


1.98 


2.03 


2.03 


2,43 


2.03 


1.88 1»88 


1.98 


— 


Unavail- 
able 


1/ Preliminary. 






2/ 


Revised. 
















Mad« 


3 available 












through the courtesy 


of Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting Service, Orlando ij 



TAiSLij d.^ t/onx'a 



1 ' 



k 



FLORIM - EQUiyALliHT "Oi'l TREE" PRICES, BY MONTHS 
PER BOX - SEASONS 1947-48-1963-64, INCmSIVE 

TANGERINES 



SALES 



SEASCaJ 



1 1 1 1 1 1 r 

I NOV. I DEC, I JAN. I FEB, I MAR. I AfR. I 
J III' 1 L 



Se&son 
Avei^ge 



ALL METHODS 
OF SALES 



T 



T 



T 



T 



1947-48 
1948-49 
1949-50 
1950-51 
1951-52 
1952-53 
1953-54 
1934-55 
1935-56 
1956-57 
1937-58 
1938-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 
1961-62 
1962-63 
1963-64 



i 



SALES FOR 
FRESH USE 



1947-48 

1948-49 

1949-50 

1950-51 

1951-52 

1952-53 

1953-54 

1954-55 

1955-56 

1956-57 

1957-58 

1958-59 

1959-60 

1960-61 

1961-62 

1962-63 %/ 

1963-64 1/ 



I 



SALES FOR 

PRCCEGSING 

1947-48 
1948-49 
1949-50 
1950-51 
1951-52 
1952-53 
1953-54 
1954-55 
1955-56 
1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 
1961-62 
1962-63 



1^ 

1963-64 y 



1.88 


.79 


.52 


.52 


- 


— 


1.02 


1.16 


.94 


1,02 


2,99 


3.39 


2,62 


1.87 


1.11 


.90 


1.51 


- 


2.98 


2.55 


.81 


.58 


.50 


1.14 


2.84 


1.03 


.94 


,57 


3.70 


— 


3.24 


1.35 


.92 


.67 


1.66 


- 


2.28 


1.44 


.82 


2.07 


3.35 


- 


3.48 


1.40 


.92 


.70 


1.18 


- 


3.24 


2.10 


-.84 


1.01 


.98 


1.67 


2.98 


1.57 


1.20 


1.09 


1.22 


- 


2.83 


2.20 


2.06 


1.26 


- 


- 


2.80 


1.94 


.88 


,51 


- 


- 


2.70 


2.60 


2.30 


- 


- 


- 


4.10 


1.86 


.94 


.82 


- 


- 


3.05 


2.00 


1.93 


1.14 


1,44 


- 


3.95 


2.29 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3.82 


3.70 


2.44 


2,09 


" 




2.01 


.92 


.73 


.82 






1.30 


1.41 


1.24 


1.41 


3.10 


3.58 


2.81 


2.15 


1.52 


1.38 


2.17 


- 


3.09 


2.81 


1.09 


.99 


1.40 


1.41 


3.01 


1.18 


1.14 


.81 


4.47 


- 


3.45 


1.54 


1.28 


1.12 


3.80 


- 


2.70 


• 1.87 


1.30 


3.08 


3,68 


3.33 


3.64 


1.65 


1.21 


1.-21 


1.85 


- 


3.55 


2.50 


1.09 


1.62 


1.69 


1.74 


3.38 


1.94 


1.57 


2.02 


2.85 


- 


3.21 


2.65 


2.52 


2.11 


- 


- 


3.22 


2.39 


1.82 


1.25 


- 


- 


3.24 


3.34 


2.96 


- 


- 


- 


4.62 


2.30 


1.41 


1,69 


— 


— 


3.54 


2.44 


2.71 


2,21 


2.77 


- 


4.52 


3.04 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4.27 


4.32 


3.63 


3.57 


■ 




.05 


• 

-.05 


-.15 


-.10 






.08 


.15 


.25 


.24 


.05 


.30 


.05 


.38 


.46 


.46 


.61 


- 


.05 


.05 


.01 


.21 


.21 


.20 


.14 


.03 


.03 


.03 


.03 


- 


-.14 


-.13 


-.10 


.09 


.24 


- 


.00 


-.06 


-.09 


.06 


.03 


- 


-.02 


.04 


.04 


,07 


.12 


- 


.17 


.17 


.12 


.12 


.17 


.17 


.02 


.20 


.28 


.27 


.27 


- 


.11 


.12 


.07 


.07 


- 


- 


.05 


.35 


.30 


,25 


- 


- 


-.15 


-.05 


.30 


- 


- 


- 


-.35 


.10 


.25 


.15 


- 


- 


.20 


.50 


.70 


.55 


.55 


- 


-.55 


-.25 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1.95 


2.05 


1.60 


1.35 


- 


- 



.80 
X.20 
1.45 
1.44 
1.31 
1,37 
1,60 
1.39 
1.77 
1.73 
2,40 
1.62 
2.59 
1.51 
2.04 
2.83 
Unavail- 
able 



.99 
- 1.51 
• 1.92 
1.99 
1.56 
1.76 
2.10 
1.78 
2.23 
2.31 
2.86 
2.42 
3.26 
2.18 
2.72 
3.62 
Unavail- 
able 



■ -.10 
.17 
.45 
.16 
.03 
-.02 
-.05 
.06 
.15 
.22 
.10 
.30 
.CO 
-.15 
.55 
.33 
Unavail- 
able 



y Preliminary. 2/ Revised. 

Made available 
through the courtesy of Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting Service, Orlando 



TABLE 24 Cont'd 







• 


PER 


BOX - SEASONS 1947-48-1963- 


64 


• '. 


• 








ALL 


1 SOLD 1 


SOLD FORI 


ALL 


1 


SOLD 1 


SOLD FORI 


ALL 


1 SOLD 


1 SOLD FC 


SEASON 




ivIETHODS 


1 FRESH 1 


HIOCESS- l^ffiTHODS 


1 


FRESH 1 


PROCESS- IMETHODS 


1 FRESH 


1 PROCESS 






SALES 


1 USE 1 


ING 1 


SALES 


1 


USE 1 


BIG 1 


SALES 


1 USE 


1 ING 








ALL 




Early 


and Midseason 


Late ( Valencia ) 






ORANGE 


S 




R A N G 


E S 




ORANGES * 












(Including Temples) 








1947-48 


$ 


.63 


.76 


.52 


.66 




.71 


.62 


.60 


.82 


.41 


1948-49 




1.39 


1.47 


1.29 


.75 




.78 


-.71 


2.16 


2.24 


2.06 


1949-50 




2.14 


2.19 


2.12 


1.80 




1.74 


1.84 


2.61 


2,73 


2.52 


1950-51 




1.65 


1.76 


1.57 


1.46 




1.58 


1.38 


1.87 


2,01 


1,79 


1951-52 




,80 


.86 


.76 


.70 




.78 


.65 


.93 


.97 


.90 


1952-53 




1.28 


1.31 


1.27 


1.12 




1.15 


1.11 


1.51 


1.54 


1.49 


1953-54 




1.26 


1.39 


1.20 


1.10 




1.23 


1,05 


1,45 


1.57 


1,39 


1954-55 




1.37 


1.42 


1.35 


1,12 




1.20 


1,09 


1.72 


1.75 


1.71 


1955-56 




1.85 


1.86 


1.85 


1,71 




1.69 


1,72 


2,04 


2.08 


2.02 


1956-57 




1.40 ■ 


1.67 


1.31 


1.45 




1,67 


1.37 


1,34 


1.68 


1,22 


1957-58 




2.14 


2.00 


2.18 


1.56 




1.51 


1.58 


3.17 


2,96 


3,23 


1958-59 




2.87 


2,78 


2.89 


2.66 




2,61 


2.67 


3.12 


3.06 


3.13 


1959-60 




1.96 • 


2.02 


1.94 


1.87 




2.00 


1.82 


2.07 


2.04 


2.08 


1960-61 




2.98 • 


3.15 


2.94 


2.90 




3.19 


2.83 


3,08 


• 3.07 


3.08 


1961-62 


^ 


1.88 


2.05 


1.84 


1.95 




2.31 


1.85 


1,81 


• 1.73 


1.83 


1962-63 


'i 


2.05 


3.41 


1.80 


1.27 




2.63 


.97 


3,27 


- 5.33 


3.00 


1963-64 


- 


- 


- 






^ 


- 


— 


— 


- 








ALL 






Seedless 






Seedy 








G R A 


F E F R U I T 


G R A 


_P_ 


E F R U 


I T 


G R A 


P E F R U 


I T 


1947-48 


% 


.26 


.52 


.13 


.33 




.59 


.10 


,20 


.41 


.14 


1948-49 




.67 


.95 


,43 


.85 




1.0^ 


.44 


.50 


■ .67 


.43 


1949-50 




1.79 


1.99 


1.63 


1.94 




2.12 


1.62 


1.66 


1.72 


1,64 


1950-51 




.94 


1.22 


.70 


1.09 




1,30 


.59 


.80 


1.01 


.74 


1951-52 




.52 


.81 


.12 


.74 




.93 


.05 


.29 


' .54 


.14 


1952-53 




.76 


1.08 


.40 


1.01 




1.21 


.16 


.49 


.68 


.42 


1953-54 




.49 


.86 


.11 


.71 




.95 


.05 


.25 


.57 


.14 


1954-55 




.63 


.95 


.24 


.81 




1.02 


.16 


.37 


.66 


.28 


1955-56 




.57 


.92 


.20 


.80 




1.01 


.19 


.30 


.58 


.21 


1956-57 




.89 


1.36 


.44 


1.12 




1.42 


-.38 


.58 


1.03 


.47 


1957-58 




.98 


1.37 


.63 


1.16 




1.46 


-.53 


■ .74 


.98 


.68 


1958-59 




1.04 


1.36 


.75 


1.20 




1.42 


-.68 


' .83 


1.05 


.78 


1959-60 




1.05 


1.31 


.76 


1.12 




1.33 


.57 


■ ,91 


1.10 


.88 


1960-61 




.96 


1.24 


.66 


1.03 




1.27 


■ .46 . 


■ ,84 


1.08 


.78 


1961-62 


% 


.67 


1.06 


.26 


.75 




1.09 


".07 


■ .51 


.87 


.43 


1962-63 
1963-64 


1.17 


2.02 


.44 


1.41 




2.15 


",31 


.70 


1.22 


.57 




$ 


3.57 


T A N G E 


LOS 


1.68 


L 


E M P L 
1.75 


E S 

1.45 








1955-56 


3.85 


1.45 




1956-57 




2.52 


2.80 


1.15 


1.97 




2.18 


1.15 








1957-58 




3.75 


4.25 


1.35 


2.33 




2.67 


1.43 








1958-59 




3.55 • 


3.80 


2.55 


2.87 




3.06 


2.48 








1959-60 




4.29 


4.95 


1.10 


2.41 




2.86 


1.58 








1960-61 




4.91 


5.55 


2.20 


3.43 




3.83 


2.88 








1961-62 


v> 


3.36 


4.20 


1.30 


2.17 




3.01 


1.33 








1962-63 
1963-64 


f 


4.41 


5.55 


.33 


2.88 




5.32 


1.20 








1/ Not. available. 




















2/ Revised 


• 


















\ 



.. . ^, Made available 

through the courtesy of Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting Service, Orlando 



Crop and State 



Oranges : 
Early, Widseaaon 
Navel Varieties: 
California 
Florida, Temple 

Other 
Texas 
Arizona 
Louisiana 



Valencia 
California 
Florida 
Tejcas 
Arizona 



CROP VALUES 
CITRUS FRUITS l/ 



I 1962 1 

I Returns I Value of I Retiims 

I per box 2/ I Production I per box 2/3/ 



1555" 



I Value of 

I production 4/ 



Dollars 



4.44 
3.34 
1.67 

4.24 
7.00 



3.87 
3.74 

3.53 



i,UUU 
Dollars 



54,923 

6,680 

72,645 

2,714 
105 



62,114 
108,460 

3,248 



Dollars 



1,0(JU 
Dollars 



71,040 
11,690 
41,750 

3,392 
70 



65,790 
134,640 

3,530 



ALL ORANGES 
California 
Florida 
Texas 
Arizona 
Louisiana 



4.12 


117,037 


2.52 


187,785 


4.20 


168 


3.82 


5,962 


7.00 


105 



136,830 

188,080 

672 

6,922 

70 



U. S. ALL ORANGES 



2.97 



311,057 



332,574 



GRAPEFRUIT 






■"Florida, all 


. 1.53 


46,025 


seedless 


1.77 


35,425 


other 


1.06 


10,600 


Texas 


4.24 


297 


Arizona 


.99 


2,148 


California, all 


2.60 


6,499 


Desert Valleys 


1.92 


2,300 


Other areas 


3.23 


4,199 



LBffiS 
Florida 

TANGELOS 
Florida 



lAIIGERDJES 
Florida 



3.69 


1,556 


4.93 


3,698 


3.59 


7,180 



3,95 



41,195 
34,835 
6,360 
1,696 
2,475 
8,816 
3,648 
5,168 



U. S. ALL GRAPEFRUIT 


1.58 


54,969 


- 


54,182 


LE^roNS 

California 
Arizona 


3.80 
4.64 


47,120 
2,274 


- 


57,000 
6,032 


U. S. LEMONS 


3.83 


49,394 


- 


63,032 



1,778 
3,451 
9,693 



_/ Price and value apply only to that portion of the crop utilized. 
2/ Equivalent packinghouse-door returns per box for all uses. 
2/ Not available except for limes. 

^ The 1962 season average prices were used in evalviating production for 

(Oranges, Grapefruit, Lemons, Tangerines and Tacgelos. 
Made available 



TABLE 26 



- 34 - 

AUCTION SALES - BY MONTHS - FLORIDA CITRU S - 1963>-64 SEASON 

^^ - CARS ^ mh6x Avm ok 



CQN910DITY 
Section 



SEFT.l OCT.l NOV. I 
I 1 L 



■^ — I r 

DEC, I JAN, I 
I L 



FEB, I MAR, I AfR.I MAYl JUNE I JULYI TOTAL 
■ I I 1 1 1 



ORANGES 
Interior 

Cars 2 28 72 
Avg, $ 6,42 6.78 6.90 

Indian River 

Cars 14 94 

Avg. 7.32 7,20 
GRAPEFRUIT-WHITE 

SEED 

Inter ior- 



26 24 

7,33 6,94 

125 176 

8.19 8,03 



49 64 43 27 12 29 376 

7.69 7.02 7,18 6.98 7.50 10.52 7,38 

157 166 192 240 122 34 1320 

7,99 7.48 7,62 7.67 8.57 11.01 7.90 



Indian River 



SEEDLESS 
Interior- 

Indian River 



GRAPEFRUIT- PINK 
Interior 



Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 



6 2 1 
4.80 2.69 2.49 



















4,28 















4,00 3,32 








3 
4.14 













3 1 
5.97 6.53 5.94 



41 101 34 

6,63 5.02 4,96 

1 35 111 

7,04 6,33 5,88 



33 37 

4.36 5.04 

146 184 

6.06 6.21 



15 15 5 35 5 
5.05 5.40 6,84 9.84 11.60 














12 

4.09 

4 
5.96 

321 
5,83 



187 



254 251 200 



64 



11 1444 



5,97 5.63 6.17 7.97 9.16 5.73 6.40 



Indian River 



SEEDLESS 
Interior 

Indian River 



Cars 

Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 



1 1 

5.52 4.18 













68 38 

6,13 5.32 



1 
3.80 




11 

4.94 



1 

3.98 







































10 

4.26 5.56 











4 

4,37 

1 

4,26 



Cars 47 180 

Avg, 5,54 5,21 

TBfl'LE ORANGES - 4/5 BU, BOX 
ALL FLORlS 

Cars 1 

Avg, 3.63 

TANGERINES - 4/5 EU. BOX 

ALL FLORIDA (Includes'all Varieties) 
Cars 6 279 

Avg. 4.81 4.34 

TANGERINES - 4/5 BU. BOX 
ALL FLORIDA (Straight) 

Cars 2 224 

Avg. 6.60 4.48 



7 5 

4.76 5.59 

125 122 

5.53 5.84 



43 150 
4.58 3,77 



248 195 
4,37 3.92 



223 134 
4.39 3.72 



5 5 6 8 3 1 157 

5.04 5.65 6.43 7.62 9.78 2.50 5.86 

165 1^4 135 130 50 19 1107 

5.38 5.72 6,13 7,28 6,65 4.22 5.82 



148 48 3 3 

3.93 4.65 4.27 2,63 



62 18 2 

4,85 5,67 4,56 



11 10 1 

4.66 5.46 6,17 



396 

4.02 













810 
4.32 



605 
4,31 



Wade available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Servioi 



1 



r 



TABLE 27 



- 35 - 

Y/EIGHTED AVJ{AGE AUCTION PRICES - .•"LORIM ORAi:GiS 
ivt>J-o4 biaSOi. 





:j . '// 


Y R K C 


I 


T Y y 


PHI 


LAD2LPHIA 


Week 
Ending 


Interior 
Boxes 
Cars lAvg. 


Indian 

River 

Boxes 

Cars lAvg. 




Temples 1 
4/5 au. 1 
Boxes 1 

Cars lAvg. | 


Interior 

Boxes 
Cars lAvg. 


Indian 1 Temples 
River 1 4/5 Bu. 
doxes 1 rioxes 

Cars LAvg. i Cars lAvg. 



1963 



5.26 



7.56 



1/Ay 



5.94 

6.38 

8.08 

7.95 

6.55 

7.30 

7.78 

6.34 

7.35 

7.: 

8.17 

7.16 

8.05 

7.24 

7.32 
7.42 
7.59 
9.04 
7. 95 
7.45 
7.17 
7.70 
7,06 
7.70 
7.29 
7.14 

7.72 
7.19 



7. CO 
6.71 

7.22 

9.94 
10.11 
10.40 
11.54 
10.57 



2 

3 

5 

9 

14 

16 

11 

13 

19 

23 
10- 
15 
24 
30 
22 
26 
26 
24 
26 
28 
27 
25 
29 
19 
29 
36 
32 
28 
38 
36 
28 
27 
29 
32 
25 
21 
17 
14 
10 
4 



6.88 
7.11 
7.42 
7.38 
6.62 
6.70 
8.75 
7.79 
8.08 
-7.73 
8.22 
9.48 
8.93 
8.08 
7.82 
8.62 
7.95 
8.14 
8.95 
7.85 
7.00 
7.37 
7.84 
7.31 
8.24 
7.64 
7.18 
7.64 
8.21 
7.20 
7.28 
7.71 
8.54 
8.52 
7.72 
8.13 
9.45 
10.53 
11.26 
10.44 
11.22 



3 

19 

7 

13 

20 

18 

25 

21 

32 

20 

27 

16 

17 

16 

6 

2 



2 

1 



3.63 

5.22 

4.52 

4.82 
4.19 
3.88 
3.54 
3.68 
3.99 
3.54 
4.07 
3.81 
4.79 
4.47 
4.53 
4.93 
6.28 
3.99 
4.69 
3.43 



2.47 
3.44 



2 11.52 



4 


7.33 


> 


- 


- 


- 


2 


6.94 


1 


6.74 


- 


- 


4 


7.15 


^ 


_ 


_ 


. 


6 


6.54 


3 


4.79 


- 


- 


2 


7.10 


3 


6.32 


- 


— 


2 


7.71 


3 


8.29 


- 


- 


2 


7.46 


5 


7.61 


- 


- 


1 


6.90 


7 


8.11 


- 


- — 





8.70 


6 


8.63 


2 


4.20 


4 


7.65 


11 


8.06 


7 


3.99 


3 


7.49 


6 


8.43 


1 


4.99 


. 


- 


3 


8.36 





5.19 


1 


5.66 


7 


7.84 


8 


3.59 


1 


5.46 


8 


6.84 


2 


3.30 





5.90 


9 


7.51 


6 


3.80 


1 


7.00 


6 


8.10 


11 


3.44 


2 


8.76 


6 


8.26 


9 


3.74 


1 


8.80 


9 


8.72 


7 


3.51 


6 


6.98 


9 


7.94 


8 


3.75 


1 


6.66 


12 


7.15 


4 


4.58 


3 


6.65 


6 


7.00 


2 


4,45 


- 


— 


8 


7.68 


1 


5.45 


2 


6.62 


8 


7.42 


1 


5.22 


2 


6.54 


9 


7.40 


- 


- 


3 


6.59 


10 


7.21 


> 


— 


. 


— 


10 


7.54 


- 


— 


— 


- 


10 


7.54 


- 


- 


.. 


- 


8 


8.40 


- 


_ 


2 


7.18 


12 


7.40 


- 


•. 


2 


6.36 


13 


7.03 


- 


— 


1 


6.28 


13 


7.31 


- 


- 





6.10 


9 


7.77 


- 


- 


1 


6.44 


9 


7.81 


- 


- 


— 


. 


5 


8.19 


- 


- 


— 


— 


9 


8.13 


- 


— 


- 


^ 


4 


7.83 


- 


- 


a^ 


«. 


1 


12.28 


_ 


,. 


2 


10.08 


1 


9.86 


- 


- 


3 


9.51 


- 


- 


— 


- 


2 


10.48 


- 


. 


- 


. 


3 


10.99 


- 


- 


- 


- 



TOTALS 179 7.69 883 8.01 270 4.08 



70 7.49 



261 7.68 



69 3.82 



Total Sales, Florida Oranges, Excluding 
Temples 1062 Cars $7.95 Avg. 



Total Sales, Florida Oranges, Excluding 
Temples 331 Cars 37.64 Avg. 



Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State i/arket News Service 



TABLE 27 Cont'd 












- 36 - 






















M?rr.m'VT> AV^AflE AUCTION PRICES - FLORIDA ORA.- 


GES 


















■ 1963-64 SEASON 










B 


S T N 






PIT 


T S B 


U R G H 

1 


Tl 


n 


es 

tu. 

vg. 


Week 1 
Ending ' 


Interior 

Boxes 
Cars lAvg, 


1 Indian 
1 River 
1 Boxes 


Temples 
4/5 Bu. 
Boxes 


Interior 
Boxes 


Inaian 
River 
Boxes 
Cars (Avg. 


Tempj 

4/5 E 

Boxes 

CarstA 


1 Cars lAvg. 


Cars lAvg. 


Cars lAvg, 


1963 




$ 






$ 




$ 




$ 




$ 




$ 




iJept. 6 


- 




- 


- 


— 


• 


^ 


~ 














13 


^ 




.. 


* 


"■ 


— 


^ 


" 














20 


^ 




_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


■■ 


•• 


•• 


^ 




: J 


27 


_ 




. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


■• 


•" 


"• 


— 






Oct. 4 


» 




_ 


_ 


- 


— 


- 


— 


"" 


.» 


•" 


^ 




"* 


11 


_ 




^, 


^ 


» 


_ 


— 





8.16 


— 


"■ 


•■ 




^ 


18 


,^ 




^ . 


.. 


• 


- 


- 


2 


5,21 


- 


— 


- 




- 


25 


» 




• 


2 


7.97 


- 


- 


— 


•• 


• 


■• 


•" 




■" 


Nov, 1 


_ 




. 


2 


7.70 


- 


— 


- 


— 


"" 


•• 


^ 




■■ 


8 


2 


4, 


37 


4 


6.02 


- 


.. 


2 


6,25 


* 


•• 


** 




* 


IS 


^ 




. 


6 


6.21 


» 


— 


— 


— 


^ 


• 


** 




— 


22 


^ 




. 


2 


8.44 


- 


.» 


1 


6.32 


.* 


— 


— 




— 


29 


. 




. 


3 


7.76 


> 


- 


1 


7.30 


- 


— 


- 




— 


Dec. 6 


. 




.. 


5 


7.80 


- 


- 


2 


6.48 


- 


— 


— 




— 


13 


. 




. 


4 


8.33 


- 


- 





8.42 


— 


• 


— 




— 


20 


. 




— 


4 


8.35 


1 


5.27 


2 


7.80 


•" 


— 


" 




" 


27 


» 




» 


1 


9.56 





4.49 


- 


— 


- 


— 


— 




— 


Jan. 3 


. 




_ 


3 


9.52 





5.88 


1 


4.10 


- 


- 


— 




" 


"64 10 


^, 




_ 


5 


8.32 


•0 


4.77 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3 


3. 


86 


17 


. 




_ 


8 


7.17 


1 


3.80 


2 


6,67 





8.18 


1 


3. 


14 


24 


„, 




^ 


7 


7.40 


2 


5.12 


1 


6.54 


1 


7.82 





5. 


06 


31 


•• 




._ 


2 


8.66 


6 


3.76 


2 


6.96 





5.70 


2 


4, 


35 


iTeb. 7 


M 




. 


2 


8.80 


5 


3.38 


1 


7.66 


- 


- 


2 


4. 


21 


14 


i» 




_ 


3 


9.39 


1 


3.60 


2 


7.91 


- 


- 


1 


4. 


07 


21 


. 




. 


4 


8.45 


2 


4.84 


2 


7,47 


1 


9.32 


3 


3, 


72 


28 


«» 




. 


5 


7.84 


2 


4,75 


1 


7,20 


1 


7.40 


1 


4, 


,46 


V3ar, 6 


1 


5. 


48 


8 


6.68 





4.52 


2 


6.60 


1 


6.76 





4,67 1 


13 


. 




. 


5 


6.91 


1 


4.38 


1 


6.00 


2 


6.67 


- 




» 


.20 


— 




— 


6 


7.85 


2 


4.44 


. 


- 


2 


7.09 


— 




» 


27 


1 


6. 


60 


7 


7.27 





5,57 


3 


6„51 


2 


7,19 


- 




- 


Apr.. 3 


1 


6. 


36 


6 


7.31 


•* 


• 


2 


6,64 


2 


7,15 


•> 




- 


10 


3 


7. 


34 


3 


7.34 


— 


•» 


3 


6,90 


1 


7.38 


- 




- 


17 


- 




- 


6 


7.81 


- 


- 


3 


7,05 


3 


7.24 


- 




•• 


24 


- 




- 


3 


8.27 


- 


.- 


3 


7,01 


1 


7,08 


- 




- 


M&y 1 


- 




- 


7 


7.77 





3.66 


1 


7,00 


1. 


7,50 








8 


- 




- 


7 


7,26 





2.95 


2 


7,56 


> 


" 


- 




- 


15 


- 




- 


5 


7.22 


- 


- 


3 


6.90 


- 


- 


- 




- 


22 


- 




- 


2 


7,76 


• 


- 


2 


7,76 


• 


» 


- 




- 


- 29 


- 




- 


3 


8.53 


1 


1.98 


1 


7.72 


- 


- 


> 




— 


June 5 


> 




• 


2 


8.49 


. 


. 


1 


8.52 


- 


• 


— 




- 


12 


- 




. 


2 


8.14 


. 


_ 


1 


8.06 


- 


— 


- 




. 


19 


- 




> 


3 


7.85 


- 


. 





8.00 


1 


8.28 


- 




- 


26 


- 




- 





10.71 


_ 


_ 


1 


7.82 


_ 


. 


_ 




_ 


July 3 


- 




- 


1 


11.58 


- 


-° 






• 


- 


. 




- 


10 


- 




- 


1 


10.94 


- 


-' 


- 


• 


- 


> 


- 




- 


17 


— 




- 


— 


- 


- 


— 


- 


— 


— 


— 


« 




— 


24 


- 




- 


- 


- 


«. 


. 


m. 


. 


- 


■> 


• 




- 


31 


- 




- 


- 


• 


- 


- 


- 


. 


_ 


. 


> 




> 


TOTALS 


8 


~6. 


15 


151 


7.72 


24 


4.03 


91 


6,93 


19 


7.33 


13 


3, 


96 


Total Sales, 


Florida Oranges 


, Excluding 




Total 


Sales. Florida 


Orantfes 


1 Excluding 


Temples 




159 Cars $7.64 Avg 


* 




Temples - 


- 70 Cars $7,04 Avg, 
















Made availab] 


Le 















through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange i. the Federal-State Market News Service 



TABLE 27 Cont'd 



- 37 - 



W-JGHTED AVIKAGE AUCTION PR ICES - FLORIDA ORAMGZS 
1^63-64 saSoM 



J 


C L 


!L V S L A N D 


C 


H 


I C A G 


Week 

Ending 


Interior 

Soxes 
Cars lAvg. 


1 Indian 1 Temples 
1 River 1 4/5 3u. 
1 Boxes 1 Boxes 


Interior 
Boxes 


1 
1 
1 
1 


Indian 1 Temples 
River 1 4/5 Bu. 
Boxes 1 Boxes 




1 Cars lAvg. 1 Cars lAvg. 


Cars lAvg. 


Cars lAvg. 1 Cars lAvg. 


1963 


$ 


$ $ 


$ 




$ $ 



Sept. 6 
13 
20 
27 

Oct. 4 
11 
18 
25 

Nov. 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

Dec. 6 
13 
20 
27 

Jan. 3 

"64 10 

17 
24 
31 

7 
14 
21 
28 

6 
13 
20 
27 

3 
10 
17 
24 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 
June 5 
12 
19 
26 
July 3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

TOTALS 



Feb. 



Mar. 



Apr. 



May 



1 
1 
1 

1 



7.62 
7.66 
7.22 
6.60 
7.78 

7.52 



6.74 
6.65 
6.48 
6.68 
6.70 
6.30 



7.00 



6.58 



7.50 



1 2.58 

1 3.31 
4.53 






7.50 


> 




- 


- 


- 





6.52 


- 




- 


- 


- 


1 


4.80 


- 




- 


- 


- 


— 


— 


~ 




— 


— 


— 





7.50 


— 




— 


— 


- 


V 


4.00 


- 




- 


- 


- 


1 


4.00 


— 




— 


- 


- 





6.75 


- 




- 


- 


- 


1 


5.40 


~ 




- 


- 


- 


— 


- 


- 




- 


1 


4.70 


— 


- 





8 


34 


1 


4.89 


— 


— 





8 


48 


- 


— 


— 


— 


- 




- 


2 


3.64 


1 


7,06 





7. 


76 


1 


3.83 


- 


- 


- 




- 


2 


2.67 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


^ 


^ 


1 


8 


.02 


3 


4.07 


- 


- 


— 




- 


1 


4.71 





6.26 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 





7 


.22 


- 


- 



6.48 



7.52 



13 6.92 



7.50 



2.94 



5.54 



8.02 



11 3,91 



Total Sales, Florida Oranges, Secluding 
Temples 14 Cars $6.96 Avg. 



Total Sales, Florida Oranges, 2xcluding 
Teii-ples 6 Cars 35.95 Avg. 



Ivlade available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange i the Federal-State Market News Service 



TA3LE 27 Cont'd 



- 38 - 

\i£lGm£l) AV3UGE MtrTTn-j ^^RTC^N - FLORIDA. ORAI-qES 
1963-64 SZA.SON 



Week 
finding 



Oct. 



Nov. 



1963 

Sept. 6 
13 
20 
27 
4 
11 
18 
25 
1 
8 
15 
22 
29 

Dec. 6 
13 
20 
27 

Jan. 3 

"64 10 
17 
24 
31 

Feb. 7 
14 
21- 
28 

Iv!ar. 6 
13 
20 
27 
3 
10 
17 
24 
1 
8 
15 
22 
29 

June 5 
12 
19 
26 

July 3 
10 
17 
24 
31 



Apr. 



May 



TOTALS 



T. 



LOUIS 



Interior 

Boxes 
Cars lAvg, 



Indian 
River 
Boxes 
Cars lAvg. 



Temples 
4/5 Bu, 
Boxes 
Cars lAvg, 



Total Sales, Florida Oranges, Excluding 
Temples Cars Avg. 



DETROIT 



Interior 

Boxes 
Cars lAvg . 



Indian 
River 
Boxes 
Cars lAViJ, 



Temples 
4/5 Bu. 
Boxes 
Cars lAvg. 



50 7.05 



7.68 



2 


5.19 


- 


- 





7.14 


- 


- 


3 


7.07 


•. 


- 


1 


5.14 


- 


- 


2 


6.43 


- 


- 


1 


6.62 


- 


- 


1 


6.66 


.* 


- 





6.44 


- 


- 


- 


- 


-• 


— 


1 


7.77 


„ 


«, 


1 


5.88 


- 


. 





8.08 


- 


- 


2 


7.33 


- 


- 


1 


6.94 


- 


- 





8.30 


> 


- 


1 


7.98 


- 


- 


1 


&.16 


- 


-. 





7.30 


- 


- 


3 


6.99 


- 


- 


3 


6.33 


- 


- 


1 


7.70 


— 


- 


5 


6.81 


- 


- 


2 


7.49 


- 


- 


2 


7.46 





8.20 


4 


7.76 


— 


- 


2 


7.81 


2 


7.36 


2 


7,59 





7.54 


2 


6.39 


- 


- 


> 


- 


1 


7.56 


3 


7.41 


- 


- 


1 


5.60 


- 


- 


_ 


~ 


• 


•. 


2 


8.02 


- 


- 


1 


8.44 


_ 


_ 



7.49 



5.49 



2 


3.80 


1 


3.08 





3.80 


2 


3.99 


1 


2.90 





3.40 





3.12 



4.59 



3.86 



Total Sales, Florida Oranges, Excluding 
Temples 54 Cars $7,08 Avg, 



Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus ^change 4 the Federal-State Market News Scrvlc 



TABLE 27 Cont'd 



- 39 - 



WSIGHTED AV JUGE AUCTION PRICES - FLORIDA ORAiJCES 
1963-64 §Jl§6lJ 





TOTAL ALL 


CITIES 


Week 

Lnding 


Interior ' Indian 

1 River 
Boxes ' Boxes 
Cars lAvg, Cars lAvg, 


' Temples 

• 4/5 Bu. 

• Boxes 

' Cars lAvg. 


1563 


$ $ 


* 



Sept. 6 
13 
20 
27 

Oct. 4 
11 
18 
25 

Nov. 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

Dec. 6 
13 
20 
27 

Jan. 3 

"64 10 
17 
24 
31 

Feb. 7 
14 
21 
28 

Mar, 6 
13 



Apr. 



May 



20 
27 
3 
10 
17 
24 
1 
8 
15 
22 
29 
June 5 
12 
19 
26 
July 3 
10 
17 
24 



6.42 



8 


6.64 


13 


6.20 


7 


8.02 


17 


7.38 


22 


6.26 


12 


7.16 


11 


7.53 


10 


6.46 


6 


6.98 


3 


6.67 


8 


7.82 


9 


7.34 


6 


7.03 


4 


6.84 


6 


6.75 


3 


6.93 


5 


7.15 


9 


7.90 


3 


8.62 


17 


7.55 


15 


7.24 


20 


6.77 


10 


7.41 


17 


6.91 


17 


7.20 


16 


6.96 


16 


7,29 


5 


7.35 


5 


7.32 


8 


6.96 


4 


6.96 


8 


6.96 


3 


7.04 


4 


7.04 


6 


7.45 


1 


8.06 


4 


7.36 


1 


7.82 


3 


9.94 


6 


10.10 


5 


9.67 


8 


11.27 


7 


10.75 



3 


7.15 


4 


7,02 


7 


7.57 


11 


7,44 


21 


6.24 


25 


6.53 


16 


8.62 


21 


7.74 


31 


8.04 


39 


7,93 


38 


8.18 


17 


9.11 


21 


8.93 


36 


8.07 


46 


7.54 


39 


8.12 


34 


8.02 


34 


8,20 


36 


8,92 


41 


7.96 


46 


7.14 


44 


7,16 


40 


7,63 


45 


7,39 


37 


7.80 


47 


7.49 


50 


7,26 


53 


7.61 


42 


8.23 


58 


7.32 


57 


7.22 


46 


7,54 


38 


8.31 


41 


8.36 


39 


7.82 


36 


6.13 


30 


8.97 


17 


10.53 


16 


11,34 


12 


10,43 


4 


11.32 



3.63 



5 


4.81 


28 


4.42 


10 


4.91 


13 


4.19 


35 


3.79 


25 


3.47 


35 


3.73 


42 


3.63 


49 


3.57 


29 


3.92 


44 


3.85 


26 


4.74 


19 


4.47 


18 


4.57 


9 


4.85 


2 


6,28 





3.99 


2 


4.69 


1 


3.43 


_ 


— 





3.66 





2.95 


1 


2.47 


1 


3.44 


1 


1.98 



31 


7 10.75 2 


11.52 


- 


- 


TOTALS 


376 7.38 1320 


7.90 


396 


4.02 


Total Sales, 


Florida Oranges, Excluding Temples - 


1696 Cars 


$ 7. IB Avg. 





Note - Cincinnati not included - No auction Sales during tbe 1963--64 Season, 

}/^de available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service 



TABLE 28 














- 


40 - 


























WSIG.' 


iTED 


kvmti'i 


E AUCTION 


PRICES • 
SFASCN 


- FLORIDA 


OlAPEFRUIT 














■■ 1563-64 
























N 


E 


VJ Y 


R K 


C 


1 


T 


Y 
















v; KITE 






















P 


I N 


K 








S E 


E D 




1 




S E E D L 


ESS, 


S 


E 


E D 




Lan 

sr 

)IAv 

$ 


, 1 
1 

1 


S E E D L E 

Interior '1 Indi 

1 Rive 


S S 
an 
r 

lAvg 

$ . 


V/eek 1 

Ending 1 

1 


Interior 


1 Indian 
1 River 


llnterior I Indian UntBrior 1 
1 1 River 1 1 


lnd3 
Riv( 
Gars 


Cars 


lAvg. 


1 Cars lAv 


g. tears 


lAvg 1 Cars lAvg. lOars i.fl 


.vp, 1 


Cars lAvg 1 Cars 


1963 




$ 




$ 






$ 


$ 




$ 


Sept. 6 


1 


7.52 


- 




- 


1 
5 


8.88 - 
7.94 - 


~ 


^ 




•• 


^ 




„ 


2 

13 


8.21 - 
6.93 - 


- 


20 


3 


4.01 


» 




_ 


7 


6.85 - 


- 


- 




- 


- 




- 


18 


5.37 - 


"• 


27 
Oct. 4 


1 



3.78 
5.44 


- 




— - 


14 
19 


6.57 - 
5.85 3 


5.42 


M 




I 


I 




— 


6 
10 


5.90 - 
5.64 


.6,50 


11 






^ 




^ 


17 


5.02 4 


7.11 


— 




— 


— 




— 


B 


5.20 4 


5.65 


18 




_ 


_ 




^ 


9 


4.59 9 


6.51 


. 




- 


- 




- 


3 


4.52 10 


5.44 


25 


^ 


*■ 


^ 




M 


11 


4.81 11 


6.67 


- 




- 


- 




- 


2 


4.38 13 


5.43 


Nov, 1 






^ 




^ 


5 


4.68 17 


5.71 


^ 




- 


- 




- 


- 


- 29 


.4.71 


8 


^ 


^^ 


__ 




^ 





5.22 12 


5.58 


- 




- 


- 




- 


.1 


5.08 24 


5.33 


15 


' 




_ 




^ 


fi 


5.41 9 


7.27 


_ 




_ 


- 




— 


1 


5.15 13 


6.04 


22 


^ 


,^ 


^ 




^ 


7 


5.2,2 9 


7.19 


- 




- 


- 




- 


3 


5.29 21 


5.58 


29 


■» 


^ 


«, 




» 


2 


4.56 17 


5.56 


- 




~ 


- 




- 


1 


4.42 19 


4.97 


Dec. 6 


^ 


. 


_ 




_ 


5 


4.38 22 


6.05 


- 




- 


- 




- 


- 


- 23 


. 4.85 


13 


n 


4.28 


_ 




. 


3 


4.97 19 


6.65 


- 




- 


- 




- 


1 


4.80 11 


5.58 


20 






^ 




» 


7 


4.71 26 


6.05 


- 




— 


- 




- 


2 


4.56 21 


5.62 


27 


_ 


. 


_ 




. 


4 


4.12 10 


6.78 


— 




- 


- 




- 


1 


4.84 11 


5.81 


Jan. 3 


^ 


_ 


«, 




_ 


. 


- 14 


6.51 


- 




- 


- 




- 


- 


- 10 . 


5.72 


"64 10 


. 


„ 


. 




.. 


4 


4.89 20 


6.61 


- 




- 


> 




- 


1 


6.11 8 


5.86 


17 


. 


— 


_ 




_ 


6 


5.48 15 


6.57 


- 




- 


- 




- 


1 


5.76 12 


6.12 


24 


. 


^ 


• 




_ 


7 


4.97 21 


6.25 


- 




- 


- 




- 


1 


5.16 19 


5.73 


31 


.. 


. 


. 




_ 


8 


4.73 31 


5.60 


- 




- 


- 




- 


- 


- 15 


5.32 


feb. 7 


_ 


— 


— 




- 


2 


4.64 26 


6.02 


- 




- 


- 




- 


1 


4.40 21 


5.51 


14 


_ 


— 


— 




- 


1 


6.48 16 


6.97 


- 




- 


- 




- 


- 


- 19 


5.78 


21 


— 


— 


— 




- 


1 


5.34 26 


6.45 


- 




_ 


- 




- 


1 


5.46 25 


5.38 


28 


_ 


_ 


.. 




— 


1 


5.48 35 


5.54 


- 




- 


- 




- 


- 


- 29 


4.72 


^^ar . 6 


. 


_ 


_ 




— 


3 


4.91 33 


5.37 


- 




- 


- 




- 


- 


- 13 


5.31 


13 


_ 


_ 


- 




— 


3 


5.79 28 


6.07 


- 




- 


— 




- 


- 


- 14 


5.56 


20 


_ 


. 


— 




_ 


3 


5.88 37 


5.84 


- 




- 


— 




- 


- 


- 20 


5.77 


27 


— 


- 


_ 




— 


3 


5.65 42 


5.68 


- 




- 


— 




- 


1 


6.10 20 


6.02 


Apr. 3 


— 


- 


_ 




- 


1 


5.72 51 


5.27 


- 




- 


- 




- 


- 


- 23 


5.16 


10 


- 


- 


. 




- 


1 


5.26 41 


5.99 


- 




- 


1 


4 


26 


- 


- 21 


5.70 


17 


_ 


— 


1 


5, 


70 


— 


- 35 


6.27 


— 




— 


- 




- 


1 


5.92 IB 


6.28 


24 


- 


- 


2 


6. 


11 


1 


9.00 40 


7.40 


— 




— 


- 




- 





9.54 14 


7.44 


!/ay 1 


- 


- 





5 


94 


2 


10.11 26 


8.14 


- 




- 





5 


.56 





9.08 24 


7.71 


8 


- 


- 


- 




_ 


3 


10.93 25 


9.07 


. 




- 


- 




- 





9.66 12 


8.53 


15 


1 


4.74 


- 




- 


5 


10.14 48 


7.45 


. 




- 


- 




- 


1 


5.84 16 


7.38 


22 


- 


- 


- 




- 


3 


11.09 26 


7.26 


- 




. 


— 




- 


- 


- 21 


6.11 


29 


1 


4.52 


— 




- 


2 


12.53 18 


8.77 


- 




> 


- 




- 





9.18 19 


6.34 


June 5 


- 


- 





5 


46 


3 


11.54 19 


8.32 


- 




- 


- 




- 


1 


8.62 14 


5.93 


.12 


- 


- 


- 




- 


1 


11.68 16 


9.46 


_ 




_ 


_ 




_ 


1 


10.10 4 


7.50 


19 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 15 


9.87 


_ 




_ 


— 




— 


— 


- 8 


7.19 


26 


- 


- 


1 


5 


.94 


- 


- 7 


10.70 


— 




— 


— 




_ 


— 


- 11 


&.40 


July 3 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 6 


6.32 


_ 




- 


- 




- 


1 


2.50 8 


4.86 


10 


- 


— 


— 




— 


_ 


- 3 


5.05 


_ 




«. 


_ 




. 


. 


- 8 


3.54 


17 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 






• 




. 


_ 




— 


. 


- 1 


4.70 


24 


- 


- 


— 




m. 


^ 


— _ 


_ 


^ 




^ 


^, 




_ 


„ 


^ ^ 


. 


31 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- - 


- 


- 




- 


- 




- 


- 


-. _ 


- 


Totals 


7 


4.66 


4 


5 


.96 


186 


5.97 888 


6,60 


- 




- 


1 


4 


.26 


83 


5.70 646 


5.77 


Total Sales, 


Florida Grapefruit 


, All Varieties & Sections 







Cars 


L815 


Avg. $6. 


19 



Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus J2xchange & the Federal-State Market News Service 






XA.(3IiE 28 Cont'd 



- 41 - 

V/EIGHTJD AV:3UG2 AUC TION PR I CES - FLCfilDA GRA? JRUIT 
1963-64 SSlSOM 



PHILADELPHIA 



WHITE 



T~inr-r 



Week 1 








1 




1 


1 




1 








1 


1 










Ending 1 


Interior 


1 Indian 




llnterior 1 


Ind 


ian 1 


Interior 


1 Indian 


1 


Interior 


Indian 


•t 


Cars lAv,^. 


1 River 
1 Lars lAvg 


1 


t 


River 1 
Cars lAvg. 1 


Cars 


I (Av-g. 


IRiver 


1 






River 


1 


ICars lAvg. 1 


ICars lAvg. 1 


Car 


s lAvg. 


Cars lAvg 


1563 




t 




% 






$ 




$ 




"$ 




t 






$ 




$ 


Sept. 6 


- 




- 


- 


- 


> 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


13 


_ 




— 


— 


— 





7.75 


» 


- 


- 




- 


— 


- 


4 


7.45 


— 


- 


20 





2. 


57 


. 


— 


1 


6.16 


- 


. 


- 




- 


- 


- 


8 


5.44 


- 


- 


27 


_ 




— 


• 


- 


2 


5.4a 


1 


7.04 


1 


5. 


52 


- 


- 


1 


5.09 


- 


- 


Oct. 4 





2. 


78 


. 


~ 


4 


5.52 


- 


9 


- 




- 


- 


- 


4 


5.90 


- 


- 


11 


2 


2. 


69 


M 


- 


6 


4.84 


1 


6.62 


1 


4 


18 


- 


- 


1 


4.86 


- 


- 


18 





2. 


60 


- 


- 


5 


4.28 


3 


5.17 





3 


82 


- 


- 


1 


4.88 


- 


- 


25 


. 




. 


•• 


_ 


6 


4.37 


1 


5.46 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


5.72 


•fov. 1 


1 


2. 


45 


« 


_ 





4.26 


4 


5.49 


1 


3 


80 


- 


- 





4.76 


D 


5.12 


8 






. 


» 


. 


1 


4.60 


2 


5.44 


. 




- 


> 


- 





4.62 


6 


4.84 


15 


_ 




» 


. 


. 


_ 


_ 


3 


6.20 


_ 




- 


> 


- 


- 


- 


3 


5. 67 


22 


_ 




. 


. 


. 


2 


5.31 


3 


6.55 


. 




— 


- 


- 


1 


5.42 


5 


5.74 


29 


_ 




_ 


— 


— 


3 


4.33 


6 


5.26 


•. 




> 


- 


- 


2 


4.52 


5 


5.02 


Dec. 6 


_ 




— 


. 


- 


2 


3.59 


5 


5.32 


- 




- 


- 


- 





3.30 


6 


5.13 


13 


. 




— 


_ 


. 


1 


4.88 


3 


5.81 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


5.42 


20 


_ 




« 


_ 


— 


2 


3.97 


6 


5.39 


1 


3 


.98 


- 


- 


1 


4.59 


5 


5.66 


27 


. 




— 


— 


.. 


3 


3.63 


3 


5.96 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


i 


6.58 


Jan. 3 


_ 




_ 


— 


- 


- 


- 


3 


6.24 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


5.87 


"64 10 


_ 




— 


— 


- 


. 


- 


3 


6.24 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


6.88 


17 


_ 




. 


» 


. 





4.55 


3 


6.16 


. 




- 


- 


- 


1 


5.40 


4 


6.28 


24 


_ 




— 


_ 


. 


2 


5.06 


4 


6.23 


- 




- 


- 


- 


1 


5.52 


4 


6.31 


31 


_ 




_ 


— 


. 


1 


4.80 


10 


5.21 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


5.39 


Feb. 7 


_ 




_ 


— 


— 


1 


4.68 


4 


5.82 


- 




- 


- 


- 





4.68 


6 


5.57 


14 


— 




— 


— 


— 


3 


4.83 


3 


6.11 


- 




- 


• 


- 





4.96 


4 


6.C6 


21 


— 




- 


. 


- 


1 


4.84 


6 


5.71 


- 




- 


- 


- 


1 


5.06 


6 


5.31 


28 


— 




— 


- 


- 


_ 


— 


10 


5.21 


> 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


5.32 


>far. 6 





3. 


.32 


- 


. 


> 


. 


7 


5.03 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


4.89 


13 


— 




. 


> 


- 


. 


- 


5 


5.74 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


5.63 


20 


-. 




— 


- 


- 


— 


- 


12 


5.34 


- 




- 


- 


- 


1 


6.04 


5 


5.73 


27 


— 




- 


— 


- 


2 


4.76 


11 


5.01 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8 


5.37 


Apr. 3 


— 




. 


. 


- 





4.10 


7 


4.99 


. 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


5.21 


10 


— 




— 


_ 


— 


1 


6.06 


9 


5.36 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


5.44 


17 


. 




. 


> 


- 


- 


— 


3 


6.39 


. 




- 


- 


- 


2 


6.52 


2 


6.66 


24 


_ 




_ 


5. 


02 


. 


- 


5 


7.45 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


8.32 


f&y 1 


- 




- 


- 


- 


1 


8.54 


7 


7.62 


- 




- 


- 


- 


1 


6.18 


6 


7.62 


8 


- 




- 


- 


- 


2 


9.80 


4 


9.54 


- 




> 


- 


- 





9.81 


2 


9.46 


15 


- 




- 


^ 


- 


2 


9.60 


6 


8.5C 


- 




■> 


- 


- 


1 


10.92 


3 


8.41 


22 


1 


3 


.16 


> 


- 


1 


10.18 


3 


7.63 


~ 




- 


- 


- 


1 


4.42 


1 


6.82 


29 


— 




. 


— 


- 


3 


7.71 


2 


6.93 


- 




- 


- 


- 





9.68 


1 


7.55 


June 5 


_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 





9.fe 


— 


- 


— 




- 


- 


- 


1 


10.62 


1 


8.56 


12 


_ 




. 


.. 


— 


1 


11.72 


- 


- 


— 




— 


■> 


- 





11.32 


1 


7.56 


19 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


» 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


26 


- 




- 


- 


> 


— 


>• 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


July 3 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


5.74 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10 


- 




. 


. 


- 


. 


- 


1 


4.26 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


3.34 


17 


— 




. 


> 


- 


- 


- 


— 


. 


. 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


24 


> 




9 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


31 


- 




- 


- 


. 


- 


- 


- 


. 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 



TOTALS 



2.75 



5.02 59 5.45 170 5.91 4 



4.37 - 



- 33 6.05 141 5.85 



Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, All Varieties ^ Sections Cars 411 Avg. $5.79 



Iv^de available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Fedeiral-State i.larket News Service 



TABLE 28 Cont'd 



- 42 - 

WEIG HTED AV2RAGE AUCTION PRICES - FLORIDA CTIAPEFRUIT 
1563-64 SEASM ; 7 



W H 



V/eek I- 
Eading I 



SEED 



Interior I (Indian 
I River 



SEEDLESS 



Interior 1 Indian 
I River 



I Cars lAvg. lUaTsTITgT'l Cars lAVg. iCars tArg; 



N K 



SEED S E E D L E S 

interior i Indian i interior i Indian 

1 River I I River 

Cars lAvg. I Cars lAvg. I Cars lAvg, ICars/Avg 



T553 

Sept. 6 
13 
20 
27 

Oct. 4 
11 
18 
25 

Nov. 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

Dec, 6 
13 
20 
27 

Jan. 3 

"64 10 

17 
24 
31 

Feb. 7 
14 
21 
28 

ivlar. 6 
13 
20 
27 

Apr. 3 
10 
17 
24 
1 
8 
15 
22 
29 

June 5 
12 
19 
26 

July 3 
10 
17 
24 
31 



May 



TOTALS 



- 1 



4.48 



-. 



8.00 



- 1 10.34 



- 



6.32 






5.94 


1 


6.16 


1 


5.94 


2 


6.23 





6.10 


5 


5.44 


4. 


5.44 


3 


5.51 


1 


5.16 


1 


6.40 


1 


6.08 


2 


6,43 


2 


6.59 


4 


5.96 


6 


5.67 


3 


5.57 


1 


5,55 


4 


5,99 


7 


5.02 


5 


4,78 


6 


5.32 


6 


4,97 


5 


5.22 


5 


5.18 


2 


5.60 


3 


7.58 


2 


8,31 


2 


9.20 


2 


9.01 


1 


7.38 


3 


5.41 


1 


9,02 


2 


8,10 


1 


9.62 


1 


7.32 



5.40 



7.41 95 5,92 



- 



5.66 



- 1 



- 1 



4.98 



5.28 



- 1 



7.24 



- 10.10 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
5 
3 
5 
4 
5 
7 
1 
3 
3 
4 
4 
2 
4 
3 
4 
4 
5 
3 
2 
4 
3 
4 
5 
2 
3 
1 
2 
2 
4 
2 
1 
2 
1 



- 3 



5.83 122 5.77 



Total Sales. Florida Grapefruit, All Varieties & Sections Cars 222 Avg. $5.85 



♦ w -<»,*>, ^- ^*^*® available 

through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus i&change & the Federal-State Market N.ws Service 



TABLE 28 Cont'd 



- 43 - 



^TEIGHTCD AVERAGE AUCTIOi-I PRICES - FLCRIDA GRAPEFRUIT 
1563-64 SfiAsfelJ ■ 



B U 



Ending I 



I Interior 



SEED 

r 



SEEDLESS 



I Interior 



Oct. 



Nov. 



1553 

Sept. 6 
13 
20 
27 
4 
11 
18 
25 
1 
8 
15 
22 
29 

Deo. 6 
13 
20 
27 

Jan. 3 

64 10 
17 
24 
31 

Feb. 7 
14 
21 
28 
6 
13 
20 
27 
3 
10 
17 
24 
1 
8 
15 
• 22 
•29 

June 5 
12 
19 
26 

July 3 
10 
17 
24 
31 



Indian 
I River I 
CarslAvgTl Cars lAvg. Igaxs lAvg. 



■Indian 
I River 
ICars lA7g. 



SEED 



SEEDLESS 



Inter i M^" I Indian 

I River 

Cars iAvg« ICars lAvg. 



I Interior I Indian 
I I River 
(Cars lAvgT ICars lAvg. 



Mar. 



Apr. 



May 



5.44 - 



- 



7.12 - 



1 


7.16 


- 


- 


1 


5.70 


- 


- 


1 


6.44 


- 


- 


4 


4.88 


1 


5.46 


2 


4.66 





6.31 


3 


4.55 


- 


- 


. 


- 


2 


6.51 


1 


5.44 


3 


5.31 


_ 


- 


1 


5.18 


1 


5.34 


1 


5.50 


1 


4.16 


1 


6.10 





4.16 


4 


5.70 


- 


— 


3 


6.42 


>■ 


-. 


2 


6,53 


_ 


— 


2 


6.76 


— 


- 


1 


6.58 


— 


- 


3 


6.55 


1 


6.08 


3 


6.23 


- 


- 


3 


6.53 


2 


5.53 


6 


5.80 


. 


- 


5 


5.52 


1 


5.04 


2 


6.73 


1 


4.64 


2 


6.80 





5.10 


7 


5.45 


- 


- 


4 


5.95 


- 


- 


3 


5.93 


. 


- 


5 


6.28 


- 


- 


5 


5.76 


— 


- 


4 


5.80 


— 


— 


5 


5.85 


— 


- 


3 


6.00 


— 


- 


4 


7.87 


- 


- 


3 


8.17 


> 


— 


3 


8.28 


— 


- 





8.60 


- 


- 


2 


5.96 



1 

1 
1 
1 
1 





- 1 



7.84 
6.46 
5.48 
5.06 
6.06 
3.50 





- - - 2 

- 1 4.75 - 



- 5.42 - 

- - - 1 

_ - - 

- - - 2 

- - - 2 
3 
2 
3 
2 
3 
3 
1 
2 
2 
3 
5 
2 
1 

2 

2 
1 
1 
1 



6.42 
5.22 



1 5.30 
4.94 



5.74 



1 6.00 
1 6.32 



5.52 
5.68 



2 5.62 

3 4.95 
5.16 



5.50 
6.07 
5.45 
6.06 
5.51 
6.32 
6.80 
6.87 
6.27 
6.19 
5.29 
5.68 
5.57 
5.46 
5.77 
6.76 
6.60 
5.33 
5.57 
6.01 
7.60 
8.62 
7.56 
7.52 
7.99 
7.09 
5.30 
4.66 



TOTALS 



1 5.44 7.12 20 5.19 93 6.21 - 



- 10 5.90 57 5.98 



Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, All Varieties 4 Sections - Cars 181 Avg. $6.00 



Made available 
throu'^ the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service 



TABLE 28 Cont'd 



— H^ — 



WiSIGHTED AVERAGE AUCT ION PRICES - FLORIDA CRAPEraUIT 
1963-04 SlilA^OW ^~" 



A N 



W 



H 



I 



N K 



S E E D. 



T 

SEEDLESS I 



SEED 



SEEDLESS 



I Interior I 

V(eek I I 

Ending I Cars lAvg . I 



I Interior 



1955 

Sept. 6 
13 
20 
27 

Oct. 4 
11 
18 
25 

Nov. 1 

8 

15- 

22 

29 

Dec. 6 
13 
20 
27 

^an. 3 

64 10 

17 

24 

31 

Feb. 7 
14 
21 
28 

Iviar . 6 
13 
20 
27 

Apr. 3 
10 
17 
24 
1 
8 
15 
22 
29 

June 5 
12 
19 
26 

July 3 
10 
17 
24 
31 



Indian llnterior • Indian 

River I J Hiver I ■ fvj.vpj 

Cars lAvgT ICars lAvg. I Cars lAvg. l~Cars lAvg. ICars lAvg" 



I Indian 
IRiver 



llnterior I Indian 
I I River 

"ICars lAvg. I Cars lAvg, 



May 



- 1 5.46. - 



- 1 



6.74 - 



- 



- 1 



3.40 



- 4.84 



- 1 



- 1 



4.08 



4.82 



1 


5.12 


1 


5.08 


1 


5.04 


2 


5.18 


1 


4.48 


3 


5.25 


3 


4.67 


3 


4.51 


1 


4.34 





4.34 


2 


5.68 


1 


4.66 


1 


6.08 


1 


5.26 


2 


5.42 


2 


5.65 


1 


5.44 


1 


4.92 


1 


4.84 


1 


5.20 


2 


4.76 


1 


5.34 


1 


5.52 


2 


6.16 





5.84 


2 


5.79 


2 


6.55 


1 


7.66 



- 



5.68 



- 


2 


5.01 


- 


1 


4.72 


- 


2 


5.35 


> 


1 


4.98 


- 


1 


5.42 


— 


1 


5.06 


— 


1 


5.38 


— 


1 


5.64 


- 


2 


5.14 


- 


1 


5.82 


- 


1 


4.58 


- 


1 


5.26 


- 


1 


4.88 


— 


1 


5.84 


X) 


2 


5.08 


- 


1 


5.06 


-. 





5.82 


- 


2 


5.54 


- 


2 


4.65 


- 


1 


5.12 


• 


1 


5.48 


- 


1 


5.60 


- 


2 


5.38 


- 


1 


6.88 


_ 


3 


6.09 


- 


1 


6.26 


- 


1 


6.74 


- 


1 


7.62 



TOTALS 



4.10 41 5.34 - 



- 1 5.46 36 5.48 



Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, All Varieties & Sections Cars 81 Avg. $5.36 



., . ^, . ivjade available 

through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service 



TABLE 28 Cont'd 



- 45 - 



'.TEIGHTID AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES - FLORIDA GRAPEFR'oIT 



» 



















1563 


-■64 ■ 


-SaiSoN 




































C H 


I C 


A G 































W 


H 


T 


V K 




1 
1 






P 


I 


N 


K 


E E 


5 ^ 








S 


T. 


Y 


D 




S 


S.fi D 


L 


E S S' 




S_ 1 


F 


P 






V <3 < 


1 


Interior 


ITnd 


lan 


■— 1 


Interior 


IThd 


lan 1 


Interior 


llnd 


Lan 




interior 1 


Indian 


Vfeek 1 


dJar 


3 lAvg, 


IRiver 
iCars lAvfi. 


Car 


slAvg. 


IRiver 1 
ICarslAvgJ 


Cars 


lAvg. 


IRiver 






1 


Rive 

Cars 


r 


Ending 1 


ICar 


J lAvg. 


Cars lAvg. i 


"Avg. 


1963 




$ 






$ 






$ 




$ 




$ 




$ 






$ 




$ 


Sept. 6 


- 




- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 





4.06 


- 


- 


13 


_ 




- 


- 




■. 


1 


8.94 


- 


— 


— 


- 


- 




- 


2 


8.98 


- 


« 


20 


- 




. 


- 




- 


3 


5.69 


<. 


- 


- 


. .- 


- 




- 


1 


5.64 


- 


- 


27 


- 




- 


- 




- 


3 


5.54 


— 


. 


- 


- 


- 




- 


1 


3.96 


- 


- 


Oct. 4 


' - 




- 


- 




— 


3 


6.00 


. 


. 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


» 


- 


11 


— 




— 


. 




- 


2 


5.00 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


2 


5.21 


2 


5.99 


18 


. 




_ 


. 




_ 


1 


4.58 





4.82 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


3 


5.31 


25 


i_ 




_ 


. 




— 


1 


4.66 


— 


- 


- 


— 


— 




- 





4.68 


- 


- 


Nov. 1 


- 




- 


- 




- 


-. 


- 


3 


5.86 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


2 


5.62 


6 


^ 




— 


_ 




— 


.. 


_ 


4 


5.49 


— 


- 


— 




- 


- 


- 


2 


5.30 


15 


- 




- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


1 


6.06 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


2 


5.56 


22 


- 




- 


- 




- 


1 


5.64 





5.74 


. 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


1 


4.70 


29 


- 




— 


- 




- 





5.44 


2 


4.57 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


2 


5.35 


Dec. 6 


— 




— 


- 




— 


1 


4.00 


4 


6.30 


— 


- 


— 




- 


- 


- 


1 


5.46 


13 


- 




- 


- 




. 


- 


- 


2 


7.15 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 





7,10 


20 


_ 




— 


. 




— 


_ 


— 


2 


7.01 


— 


— 


- 




- 


- 


- 


3 


7.27 


27 


- 




■> 


- 




- 


— 


- 


3 


6.81 


<- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


1 


7.00 


Jan. 3 


— 




— 


— 




— 





4.14 


2 


7.27 


_ 


— 


.. 




- 


- 


- 


1 


5.54 


64 10 


- 




- 


- 




— 


- 


— 


3 


6.99 


— 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


1 


7.00 


17 


- 




- 


- 




- 


— 


- 


3 


7.46 


- 


- 


> 




- 





5.00 





7.98 


24 


— 




- 


- 




- 


— 


. 


3 


6.56 


- 


— 


_ 




- 


- 


- 


2 


6.13 


31 


- 




— 


. 




_ 


- 


_ 


3 


6.17 


- 


_ 


- 




- 


- 


- 


2 


6.31 


Feb. 7 





\, 


00 


-. 




- 


— 


- 


4 


6.10 


- 


- 


> 




- 


.. 


- 


4 


5.39 


14 


— 




- 


- 




— 


_ 


- 


2 


7.17 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 





7.89 


21 


- 




- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


2 


7.30 


- 


- 


- 




- 


— 


> 


4 


6.25 


26 


- 




- 


. 




- 


- 


. 


5 


6.15 


_ 


- 


- 




- 


— 


- 


4 


5.62 


Mar. 6 


- 




- 


— 




- 


- 


- 


5 . 


5.91 


~ 


- 


> 




- 


- 


» 


2 


5.87 


13 


- 




- 


- 




. 


- 


- 


4 


6.07 


. 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


3 


6.76 


20 


- 




— 


- 




- 


. 


— 


4 


6.25 


— 


- 


- 




. 


- 


— 


2 


7.27 


27 


- 




- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


4 


6.41 


- 


- 


- 




- 


— 


- 


3 


6.26 


Apr. 3 


- 




- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


5 


5.84 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


3 


6.42 


10 


- 




— 


- 




- 


. 


— 


4 


6.87 


- 


- 


— 




— 


- 


- 


2 


5.45 


17 


. 




. 


- 




- 


- 


- 


5 


6.57 


- 


- 


- 




— 


- 


- 


3 


6.69 


24 


- 




— 


— 




. 


— 


— 


4 


7.52 


. 


- 


— 




— 


- 


- 


2 


7.32 


^aLy 1 


- 




- 


- 




- 


1 


9.22 


3 


7.55 


- 


- 


- 




- 





9.44 


3 


7.92 


8 


- 




- 


— 




- 


1 


9.90 


2 


9.01 


> 


- 


- 




- 


1 


9.60 





8.78 


15 


- 




— 


- 




- 


2 


10.67 


1 


8.38 


- 


— 


- 




- 


1 


6.66 


1 


8.86 


22 


> 




- 


> 




- 


1 


10.02 


4 


8.06 


- 


~ 


- 




— 





10.54 





8.68 


29 


- 




— 


- 




- 


- 


- 


2 


8.78 


- 


- 


- 




— 


- 


- 





6.65 


June 5 


. 




- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


1 


6,38 


- 


— 


- 




- 


- 


- 


1 


5.24 


12 


- 




- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


1 


5.10 


. 


- 


— 




- 


- 


- 





2.53 


19 


- 




- 


- 




— 


- 


— 


- 


- 


m. 


— 


- 




- 


- 


~ 


-. 


- 


26 


- 




- 


- 




— 


- 


-. 


— 


- 


— 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


July 3 


- 




- 


- 




— 


- 


- 


- 


— 


- 


— 


— 




_ 


- 


— 


- 


- 


10 


— 




— 


— 




. 


_ 


— 


_ 


m. 


_ 


— 


— 




_ 


_ 


_ 


— 


— 


17 


_ 




— 


. 




. 


— 


_ 


_ 


— 


— 


_ 


— 




_ 


— 


_ 


— 


- 


24 


. 




— 


_ 




— 


_ 


. 


. 


_ 


— 


. 


_ 




_ 


_ 


— 


. 


_ 


31 


"• 




— 


— 




— 


~ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




- 


— 


— 


— 


— 


TOTALS 





4. 


00 


- 




- 


21 


6.66 


97 


6.62 


- 


- 


- 




- 


8 


6.78 


62 


6.20 


Total Sale 


s, Florida 


Grapefruit, 


All Varieties 


& Sections 





- ( 


:ars 


188 Avg. $ 


5.49 





i\lade available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus 2jcchange & the Federal-State ^ferket News Service 



TABLE 28 Cont'd 



- 46 - 

W^IGhTH) AVERAGE A UCTION PRICES - FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT 
1963-64 Si^g SST! 



S T. L U I S 

WHITE 1 PINK 

I — 

SEED SEEDLESS \ SEED SEED L E S S 

j — Interior I Indian 1 Interior I Indian I interior I Indian I interior I Indian 

Week I i River I I River I \ River I I Rjver 

Ending I Cars lAvg. ICars-tAvg. I Cars lAyg. I Cars lAvg. I Cars lAv g. ICars lAvg, I Cars lAvgg I Cars lAvg. 

1963 

Sept. 6 - -- -- -~ ~~ ■"'■ ~~ ~~ ~ 

20 - -- -- -' -- -- -0 5.44 - 

27- -- -- -- -- -- -- *- 

Oct. 4- -- -- -- -- -- -" -- 

11 _ _« -_ -- -- -- -- -- 

18- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 

25- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 

Nov. 1- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 

e- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 

15- __ -_ -- -- -- -- -- 

22- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 

29- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 

Deo. 6 - -- -- --.-- -- -- -- 

13 _ _ _ - _ - 2 6.03 - - - - - - 6.06 

20- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 

27- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 

Jan. 3 - -- -- -- -~ ""■ "■"■ ~~ ~ 

64 10 - - - - - - 1 6.50 - - - - - - 6.20 

17- -_ _- -1 6.26 - - - - - - 6.38 

24- -- -- -1 6.32 - - - - - - 6.32 

31 - _- -_ -1, 6.36 - - - - - - 6.60 

Feb. -7 - -- -- -1 6.00 - - - - - - 6.02 

14 _ __ -_ -- -- -- _-•-- 

21- -- -- -1 6,12 - - - - - - 6.48 

28- -- -- -1 6.20 - - - - - - 6,24 

Mar. 6 - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- - 

13- -- -- -1 6.08 - - - - - - 6.56 

20- -- -- -1 6.04 - - - - - - 5.86 

■27 - -- -- -- -- -- -~ -- 

Apr. 3 - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 

10- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 

May 1- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 

•8 -•_- .- -_, -- _- _- -- 

15 -•__ __ _-. -» _» -- -_ 

June 5 - -- -- -— -— -- -- _. - 

12- -- __ ___ ._ _- -- _- 

26- -- -I II II II II II I" 
July 3- -- -- _- _- -_ ____- 

10- -_ __ -- _- _- _- -- 

17- -- -_ _- -- _- __ __ 

24- -_ __ __ __ ._ __ __ 

31- -- -- _. -_ _- _- __ 



TOTALS 



- 11 6.17 - 



- 5.44 6.27 



Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, All Varieties i Sections Cars 11 Avg. $ 6.17 



Ivjade available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrvs fixchange & the Federal-State Market News Service 






TABLE 28 Cont'd 



- 47 - 

W JGHTID AVJIAGE AUCTION PHICES - FLO RIDA. GRAP JRUIT 
iy63-64 SiAsOU 



WHITE 



PINK 



_S_£. 



rt 



I S E E DIL E S S 



SEED 



Interior 1 Indian 
I River 



I SEEDLESS 



llnterior 
I 



1 Indian 
IRiver 



Week 



I interior I Indian 
I I River 



I interior I Indian 
1 I River 



ag ' .Cars lAyg. ' Cars lAvg,. '.Cars lAvg. ' , Cars lAvg^i 



Cars lAvg. ' Car.g lAvg. 'Cars lAvg. 'Cars lAvf^. 



Sept. 6 
13 
20 
27 

Oct. 4 
11 
18 
25 

Nov. 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

Dec. 6 
13 
20 
27 

Jan, 3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

feb. 7 
14 
21 
28 

:4ar. 6 
13 
20 
27 
3 
10 
17 
24 
1 
8 
15 
22 
29 

June 5 
12 
19 
26 

July 3 
10 
17 
24 
31 



Apr. 



Itay 



3.12 



- 2 5.39 - 





1 
3 
2 



1 
3 


3 

1 

1 
2 

2 


1 

1 
1 



7.04 
5.19 
4.42 
4.54 
4.77 
5.34 
6.06 
5.34 
4.38 
4.14 

4.91 
4.72 

4.80 
5.50 
5.63 
4.88 
5.08 

5.54 
5.20 
4.68 



- 5.40 



8.17 
7.39 
9.20 
10.74 
6.82 






1 

1 
1 
1 
2 
1 

2 
3 
3 
3 
2 
1 
3 
3 
2 
4 
6 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
2 



6.26 
5.52 
6.16 
6.10 
6.04 
5.72 
6.40 
6.80 
6.84 
6.78 
6.52 
7.06 
6.56 
6.57 
6.54 
6.32 
6,50 
6.19 
6.27 
6.16 
5.79 
5.50 
6.12 
6.46 
6.90 
7.14 
8.34 
7.77 



2 
3 
2 

1 

1 
3 


1 




1 
1 

1 










- 1 



6.99 
5.73 
5.72 
7.12 
5.62 
4.90 
4.97 
4.65 
5.50 



4.73 
4.74 

5.22 

4.93 



5.29 

4.83 



5.C8 



6.42 
8.30 
8.98 
9.32 
10.00 
7.29 



2 

1 
4 



2 
2 
4 
3 
1 
1 
1 

1 
3 
3 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 

1 



5.83 
5.84 
4.83 
5.13 
6.08 
6.00 
5.36 
6.29 
6.18 
6.19 
6.54 
6.06 
6.&3 
7.32 
6.70 
5.70 
5.13 
6.02 
7.28 
5.88 
7.62 
6.68 
6.20 
6,71 
6.28 
6.60 
7.12 
9.28 
7.88 



1 6.65 

1 5.74 

1 6.74 

1 4.84 



TOTALS 



3.12 - 



- 30 5.55 49 6,40 - 



- 19 5.78 43 6.03 



Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, All Varieties & Sections Cars 141 Avg. $ 6.02 



f/^de available 
tlirough the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange 4 the Federal-State Market News Service 



TABLE 28 Cont'd 



wrT^H Tlfn AV,.T;AnE AUCTION J-RT CfS - FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT 
1563-S^ SEASON 



TOTAL ALL CITIES 



Week 

E nding__ 

1963 " 

Sept. 6 
13 
20 
27 

Oct. 4 
11 
18 
25 

Nov. 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

Dec. 6 
13 
20 
27 

Jan. 3 

64 10 
17 
24 
31 

Feb. 7 
14 
21 
28 

13 

20 

27 

3 

10 

17 

24 

1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

June 5 

12 

19 

26 

July 3 

• 10 

17 

24 

31 



Apr. 



May 



WHITE •[ PINK ^ 

' ' ; ; 

interior 4 indxan I interior I ind.an llnter.or lindxan UnLerxor .xna.an 

gSrJTIvgr! CCT TS frl Ui?sTO:l cgnSTgrigaFnE^ KiarslAv^.l Ca r3.Avg.l5SFiT^i: 

1 S 52 - - 1 8.88 - ^ - - - - - 3 8.09 - 

1 5.44 - - 6 8.11 II I'll Z ~- 

3 4.01 - - 14 6.37 - - - - - - 32 ^.43 

1 3.78 - - 20 6.26 1 7.04 1 5.52 - - 11 5.54 - - 

n /I =;= _ 77 "i a4 3 5.42 - - - - lo 5.8<i U O.DU 

2 t:ll : : 11 '-.S 7 6:75 1 4.18 - - 12 5.21 9 5.83 

2 60 - - 21 4.^9 12 6.18 3.82 - - 7 4.73 17 5.52 

- - - 23 4.63 13 6.46 *. - - - 3 4.50 21 5.43 

1 2 49 - - 5 4.68 27 5.73 1 3.80 - - 1 4.65 44 4.88 
i '•^! . - i 5.02 23 5.52 - - - "15.08 46 5.20 

. - - 6 5.41 16 6.71 - - - - 1 5.15 24 5.73 

> _ - 12 5.29 17 6.63 - - - - 4 5.32 31 5.53 

_ - - 9 4.38 28 5.41 - - - - 4 4.55 35 5.00 

. _ - 9 4.05 44 5.84 - - - - 1 4.74 38 5.08 

4.28 - - 4 4.95 37 6.27 - - - - 1 4.80 26 5.58 

_ _ -12 4.64 44 5.92 1 3.98 . - 4 4.73 44 5.73 

_ - - 8 4.01 21 6.47 - - - - 1 4.84 17 5.95 

- _ - 4.14 21 6.54 - - - - - - 18 5.58 

- - - 5 4.87 35 6.56 - - - - 1 6.11 17 6.12 

- - - 9 5.55 31 6.50 - - - - 2 5.58 23 6.09 

- - - 9 4.99 38 6.33 - - - - 2 5.34 34 5.94 

- - - 14 4.82 59 5.66 - - - - 4.84 30 5.55 
4.00 - - 3 4.65 50 5.91 - - - - 1 4.40 42 5.47 

- - - 5 5.20 29 6.63 - - - - 1 4.96 29 5.80 

- - - 4 5.09 42 6.33 - - - - 3 5.28 44 5.45 

- - - 3 5.17 66 5.59 - - - - 4.94 50 5.01 

3.32 - - 4 4.90 59 5.39 - - - - 1 5.28 28 5.31 

- - - 3 5.79 51 5.86 - - - - 2 5.41 31 5.76 

- - - 3 5.88 73 5,71 - - - - 1 6.04 33 5.90 

- - - 5 5.29 71 5.57 - - - - 1 6.10 42 5.83 

- - - 1 5.72 75 5.34 - - - - - - 43 5.43 

- - - 2 5.66 68 5.92 - - 1 4.26 1 6.00 35 5.69 

- 1 5.70 - - 49 6.28 - - - - 4 6.34 33 6.47 

- 2 6.11 2 8.58 59 7.42 - - - - 1 7.24 24 7.58 

- 5.94 5 9.07 45 7.94 - - 5.56 3 7.83 40 7,61 

- 7.12 7 10.21 37 9,02 - - - - 1 9.60 16 8.62 

1 4.74 - - 11 10.21 57 7.63 - - - - 3 7.81 24 8.10 
1 3.16 - - 7 9.58 36 7.31 - - - - 1 4.42 25 6.27 
1 4.52 « - 5 9.64 25 8.22 - - - - 9.43 25 6.13 

- 5.46 3 11.54 21 8.26 - - - - 2 9.62 20 6.22 

- - - 2 11.70 19 9.09 - - - - 1 10.10 7 7.23 

- - - - - 16 9.85 - - - - - - 11 7.29 

- 1 5.94 - - 8 10.28 - - _ _ - - 12 6.46 

- - - - - 7 6.24 - - - - 1 2.50 9 4.86 

- - - - - 4 4.85 - - - - - - 9 3.52 

-- -- -- _. __ __ -1 4.70 



TOTALS 



12 4.09 4 5.96 321 5.83 1444 6.40 4 4.37 1 4.26 157 5.86 1107 5.82 



Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, All Varieties & Sections Cars 3050 Avg, S6.09 



iviade available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State jvlarket News Service 



TABLE 29 



- 49 - 



WJ:gHTED AVIRA3E AUlTION PRICES - FLORIDA TANGHaHSS 
1963-64 SZkSO'H 



Week 
Ending 



NEW YDRa 
CITY 



PHILA- 
DELPHIA. 



BOSTON 



PITTSBURGH 



CLEVEIAI'D CHICAGO 



1963 
Sept. 



Oct. 



Nov. 



Dec. 



Jan. 
"64 



Feb. 



lifer. 



Apr. 



kfeiy 



June 



July 



6 
13 
20 
27 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

6 
13 
20 
27 

3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

7 
14 
21 
28 

6 
13 
20 
27 

3 
10 
17 
24 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

5 
12 
19 
26 

3 
10 
17 
24 
31 



4/5 Bu. Box 4/5 Bu. Box 4/5 Bu. Box 4/5 Bu. Box 4/5 Bu.Box 4/5 Bu.Box 
Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg, Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg. 



$ 



T 



1 


3.46 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 





2.66 





3.40 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


3 


5.65 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


2 


4.23 


33 


4.84 


5 


4.89 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


28 


5.17 


7 


4.89 


- 


- 


1 


3.96 


- 




- 


2 


4.52 


28 


5.19 


10 


4.99 


- 


- 


2 


4.97 


9 


5 


,32 


2 


4.97 


59 


4.41 


13 


4.45 





4.50 


3 


4.38 


- 




- 


2 


2.52 


42 


3.62 


20 


3.02 


1 


2.22 


5 


3.49 


2 




.84 


2 


2.17 


34 


4.23 


8 


3.93 


1 


1.95 


1 


3.00 


- 




- 


2 


2.86 


47 


4.02 


13 


3.96 





4.55 


4 


4.02 


2 


4 


72 


1 


1.96 


51 


4.55 


18 


4.24 


2 


3.67 


3 


4.22 


3 


4 


.69 


1 


4.00 


32 


5.31 


8 


4.58 





4.47 


1 


4.37 


- 




- 


1 


4.72 


26 


5.28 


4 


4.82 


- 


- 





4.84 


- 




- 





4.03 


37 


4.24 


11 


3.12 


1 


3.73 


4 


3.25 


- 




- 


2 


2.68 


21 


4.26 


9 


2.36 


3 


1.55 


3 


1.33 


1 


1 


.70 


4 


1.79 


28 


4.20 


6 


4.05 





4.00 


1 


2.67 


- 




- 


- 


- 


19 


3.82 


3 


4.05 


1 


2.90 


— 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


13 


4.44 


2 


4.65 





3.43 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


12 


5.09 


1 


4.81 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 




- 


- 


— 


14 


4.95 


2 


5.37 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


16 


4.93 


2 


4.31 


- 


- 


— 


- 


— 




- 


- 


- 


9 


5.18 





3.88 


_ 


. 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


4 


6.60 


1 


5.94 





5.55 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


3 


5.19 





4.83 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


1 


7.50 


- 


- 





6.09 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


2 


4.56 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 



TOTALS 



563 



4.55 143 



4.01 



2.53 



28 



3.58 



4.11 21 3.13 



I/ade available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange 



A the Federal-State Market News Service 



TABLE 29 Cont'd 



— DU — 







Hiiiuni. 


ZjU Ji.\ lliWHJjL 


l$63-t>4 


"SiASON 






















ST. 


LOUIS 


DETROIT 


TOTAL 
















ALL 


CITIES 


Week 




4/5 

Car's 


Bu. Box 


4/5 


Bu, 


Box 


1^/^ 


Bu 


. Box 
Avg. 


Ending 


1 Avg. 


Cari 


„ ,, 


'KH* 


Oars 


1 


1963 






$ 




$ 






$ 




Sept. 


6 


- 


— 


•• 




^ 










13 


— 


— 


^ 




** 










20 


- 


- 


- 




— 


^ 




~ 




27 


- 


- 


— . 




*• 


^ 




~ 


Oct. 


4 
11 
18 
25 
1 
8 
15 
22 


- 


— 


~ 




z 


1 




3.46 






^ 







3.38 







3.14 






^ 







5,45 


5 




5.08 


Nov. 


- 


- 


2 

1 




2.97 
2,91 


40 
39 




4.75 
5. CO 




^^ 


^ 


1 




5.83 


43 




5.14 




^ 


^ 


2 




3.98 


79 




4.35 




29 


^ 


. 


6 




2.97 


78 




3.36 


Dec. 


6 


•* 


_ 


1 




4.10 


47 




4.04 




13 


^ 


» 


5 




4,43 


72 




4,03 




20 


^ 


_ 


6 




4,44 


84 




4.44 




27 


^ 


^ 


3 




5.30 


45 




5.15 




3 


» 


_ 


1 




5.41 


31 




5.22 


10 


^ 


^ 


4 




3.42 


59 




3.85 




17 


_ 


. 


2 




1.61 


43 




3,06 




24 


^ 


. 


3 




2.79 


38 




4.02 




31 


_ 


«. 


1 




3.12 


24 




3.78 


Feb, 


7 


_ 


— 


~ 




- 


15 




4.47 




14 


. 


_ 







3.82 


13 




5.07 




21 


^ 


. 


. 




_ 


16 




5.00 




28 


., 


» 


.. 




_ 


18 




4.87 


Ifar, 


6 


•• 


. 


_ 




- 


9 




5.18 




13 


» 


_ 


.. 




_ 


5 




6,47 




20 


» 


_ 


mm 




_ 


3 




5.19 




27 


_ 


. 


. 




_ 


1 




7.50 


Apr, 


3 


- 


- 


- 




- 


2 




4.56 




10 


- 


— 


— 




— 


— 




— 




17 


- 


-. 


- 




- 


- 




- 




24 


_ 


— 


_ 




_ 


— 




— 


VAy 


1 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 




- 




8 


— 


— 


— 




— 


— 




— 




15 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 




- 




22 


— 


- 


~ 




- 


- 




- 




29 


_ 


— 


_ 




_ 


.. 




— 


June 


5 


- 


- 


- 




• 


~ 




- 




12 


- 


- 


— 




— 


— 




— 




19 


- 


- 


- 




- - 


- 




- 




26 


— 


— 


.. 




_ 


_ 




— 


July 


3 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 




- 




10 


— 


— 


— 




i- 


~ 




— 




17 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 




•• 




24 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 




- 




31 


— 


— 


• 




m, 


— 




— 



TOTALS 



38 



3.76 



810 



4,32 



Tangerines- Cars 810 Avg. $4.32 
Included in Tangerine total: 

Cars Avg, 

Tangerines (Straight) 605 4.31 

Tangelos 93 4.10 



iMurcotts 88 


5.04 


Kings 7 


3.09 


Clementines 


— 


Satsunas 2 


2.76 


Ponkons 15 


2.91 


TOTAL 810 


4.32 



I'ldade available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Sxchange & the Federal-State Market News Service 



p 



xaciit j<J 



FLORIDA AUCTION SALES, S A ;ONS 1954/55-1963/64 



through 


the CO 


Ma 
operation of the Florida Citr 

0_ 


de available 
US Exchange & 


the Federal-State U&rket News 


Service 




RANG 


E S 




SEASON 

Thru 

July 31 

lS,63-64 


Cars 
Avg. 


N. Y. 

1,062 
i7.95 


PHIL. 

331 
$7.64 


OOST. 

159 
$7.64 


PITTS . 

70 
$7.04 


CLEVJ. 

14 
$6.96 


CHIC. 

6 

$5.95 


ST. L. 


CINCI. 
closed 


DETR. 

54 
$7.08 


SALT. 
Closed 


TOTAL 

1,696 
$7.78 


July 26 
1962-63 


Cars 
Avg. 


1,224 
$8.02 


393 
$7.41 


223 
•t7.80 


55 

$6.89 


36 

$6.36 


58 
ii7.07 


9 

■1.5.15 


II 


55 
$6,01 


II 


2,053 
$7.73 


July 27 
1961-62 


Cars 
Avg. 


1,361 

$5.26 


532 
$4.83 


206 

$5.20 


108 
$4.77 


50 
$4.74 


77 

$4.58 


15 
$4.14 


It 


160 
$4.98 


11 


2,509 
$5.09 


July 28 
1960-61 


Cars 
Avg. 


1,193 
$6.77 


425 
$6.29 


193 
$6.67 


155 

$5.96 


68 
$5.65 


154 
$5.77 


8 
'55.72 


II 


94 
$5.87 


11 


2,290 
$6.48 


July 29 
1959-60 


Cars 
Avg. 


1,606 

$5.59 


595 
54.99 


268 

$5.24 


164 
$5.13 


67 
54.87 


178 
*4.89 


11 
$4.69 


37 

.4.38 


151 

.*5.07 


If 


3,078 
$5.32 


July 31 
1958-59 


Cars 
Avg. 


1,669 
.6.41 


551 
$5.80 


172 
lio.OZ 


132 
.5.53 


90 
$5.43 


151 
$5.48 


7 
;5.07 


85 
$5.17 


129 
$5.52 


n 
It 


2,987 
$6.08 


Aug. 1 
1957-58 


Cars 
Avg. 


2,510 
55.86 


748 
$5.21 


279 

$5.85 


174 
S5.26 


134 
$4.86 


217 

S4.82 


37 
$4.56 


83 
$4,64 


200 
$5.08 


It 


4,362 
$5.57 


July 26 
1956-57 


Cars 
Avg. 


2,499 
M.70 


815 
S4.41 


340 

$4.63 


234 

$4.18 


217 
S4.08 


297 
$4.05 


92 
c>3.69 


192 

;!;4.02 


284 
-p4.27 


II 


4,970 
$4.49 


July 27 
1955-56 


Cars 
Avg. 


2,566 

M.97 


846 
$4.62 


436 
$4.97 


259 
$4.49 


229 
^4.51 


356 
■;4.38 


103 
54.39 


323 

54.33 


339 

;4.66 


43 
p4.32 


5,500 
$4.76 


July 29 
1954-55 


Cars 
Avg. 


2,987 
$4.33 


l,k49 
$4.11 


509 
$4.18 


270 

$3.87 

G R 


293 

$3.96 

A P -i, F 


485 
o3.79 

R U I 


128 
$3.73 

T 


347 
$3.77 


473 
$4.06 


94 
o3.73 


6,635 
$4.14 


SIIASON 
Thru 




N. Y. 


PHIL. 


JOST. 


PITTS. 


CL-VJ. 


CHIC. 


ST. L. 


CINCI. 


JETR. 


BALT. 


TOTAL 


July 31 
1963-64 


Cars 
Avg. 


1,815 

$6.19 


411 
$5.79 


222 

$5.85 


181 
$6.00 


81 
$5.36 


188 
$6.49 


11 

"6.17 


Closed 


141 
$6.02 


Closed 


3,050 
$6.09 


July 26 
1962-63 


Cars 
Avg. 


2,007 
$6.00 


460 
$5.52 


322 
$5.49 


223 
$5.77 


122 

$5.48 


313 

$6.20 


57 
*6.20 


II 


1S6 
$5.85 


11 


3,700 
$5,88 


July 27 
1961-62 


Cars 
Avg. 


1,989 
$4,66 


481 
$4.01 


395 
$3.99 


226 
34.56 


113 

.p4.49 


359 

$4.80 


18 
$3.74 


ft 


192 

$4.41 


II 


3,773 
$4.49 


July 28 
1960-61 


Cars 
Avg. 


2,261 
$4.43 


581 

M.OO 


529 

$3.99 


289 

$4.30 


130 
$4.17 


463 
$4.61 


22 

4.31 


(1 


170 

$4.41 


<f 


4,445 

$4,32 


Jiily 29 
1959-60 


Cars 
Avg. 


2,577 
$4.57 


615 
$3.99 


524 
$4.24 


247 
$4.37 


181 
$4.23 


429 

$4.52 


26 

$3.95 


47 

*3,65 


295 
$4.28 


" 


4,941 
^4,41 


July 31 
1958-59 


Cars 

Avg. 


3,109 
$4.53 


706 

$4.02 


526 
$4.16 


330 
$4.26 


266 
$4.52 


457 
$4.55 


44 
$4.17 


135 
$3.97 


390 
$4.26 


It 


5,963 
$4.39 


Aug. 1 
1957-58 


Cars 
Avg. 


3,194 
$5.12 


595 
$4.45 


466 
$4.93 


266 
$4.70 


253 
$4.73 


436 
$4.83 


62 

$3.76 


118 
53.73 


322 

.54.65 


11 


5,714 
$4.91 


July 26 
1956-57 


Cars 
Avg. 


3,424 
$4.57 


662 
;4.08 


517 
$4.36 


321 
$4.26 


349 
$4.50 


532 

$4.47 


131 
$3.63 


234 
3;3.76 


477 
*4.24 


II 


6,647 
$4,41 


July 27 
1955-56 


Cars 
Avg. 


3,525 
$4.16 


818 
$3.74 


581 
$3.99 


331 

$3.76 


382 
$4.20 


635 
i>4.01 


180 
$3.35 


305 

$3.46 


568 
:^4.02 


36 
?2.99 


7,361 
v4.01 


July 29 
1954-55 


Cars 
Avg. 


3,852 
$3.90 


1,142 
53.52 


654 
$3.65 


352 
53.44 


405 
$3.79 


765 
$3.69 


266 

$3.05 


375 

$3.12 


800 
$3.70 


66 
$2,96 


8,677 
$3.70 



TABUi; JU uonx-a 

FLORIDA AUCTION SALES. SEASONS 1954/55-19 63/64 (CONT'D). 
I/ade available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market wews Service 



SEASON 

1963-64 

1962-63 

1961-62 

1960-61 

1959-60 

1958-59 

1957-58 

1956-57 

1955-56 

1954-55 



N. y. PHIL. BOST. 



TEMPLES 
PITTS. CLiSVE. CHIC. ST.L. CINCI. DEJR. SALT. 



Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 

Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Csirs 
Avg. 

Cars 

Avg. 

Cars 

Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 

Avg. 



370 

54.08 

228 
.4.27 

422 
$2.94 

445 
4)3,70 

521 

$3.19 

532 

1:3.13 

424 
$3.23 

575 

$2.83 

584 
$2,72 

649 
$2.65 



69 

$3.82 

57 

$4.16 

116 

$2.73 

142 
$3,36 

151 
.3.00 

132 
$3.10 

108 
$2.99 

170 
:'.2.62 

184 

$2.62 

295 

$2.46 



24 
$4.03 

26 

$4.04 

34 
$2.92 

15 
$3.19 

41 

•;2.81 

33 

$2.86 

40 
$2.67 

35 
$2.67 

39 

$2.49 

81 
$2.48 



13 

$3.96 

9 

$4.36 

18 
$2.63 

37 
$3.36 

30 
$2.75 

25 

$2.94 

30 

^3.13 

47 
$2.49 

37 

$2.56 

51 

$2.28 



2 

$2.94 

5 
$3.43 

6 

$2.76 

8 
$3.01 

12 

$2.75 

21 
52.70 

29 
$3.11 

40 
$2.74 

48 

$2.53 

62 
$2.51 



- Closed 



34 
$4.44 

66 

$2.93 

72 

$3.42 

111 

$2.95 

98 
$3,08 

66 
$3.09 

106 

$2.64 

109 
$2.53 

143 

$2.37 



1 
SI. 31 



2 

$2.75 

1 

$3.19 

3 
$3.29 

11 
$2.28 

11 

$2.25 

15 

$2.02 



9 
$2.54 

11 

$2.80 

9 

$3.00 

43 
$2,46 

34 
$2.50 

52 

$2.34 



7 Closed 
$3.86 

11 

$3.78 

40 
$2.77 

21 

$3.32 

45 
$3.00 

38 
$2.91 

24 
$3.85 

63 
$2.62 

55 7 

$2.61 $2.48 

95 13 

$2.41 $2.32 



TOTAL 

396 

$4.02 

370 

$4.23 

703 
$2.86 

740 

$3.56 

922 

$3.08 

891 
$3.08 

733 

$3.13 

1,090 
$2.72 

1,118 
$2.64 

1,456 
$2.52 



TANGERINES 



SEASON 




w. Y. 


PHIL. 


BOST. 


PITTS. 


CLEVE. 


CHIC. 


ST. L. 


CINCI. 


DETR. 


iALT. 


TOTAL 


1963-64 


Cars 
Avg. 


563 
'.4.55 


143 
$4.01 


9 
$2.53 


28 

$3.58 


8 
$4,11 


21 

$3.13 


— 


Closed 


38 
$3.76 


Closed 


810 
54.32 


1962-63 


Cars 
Avg. 


467 

$4.52 


97 
$4.08 


10 
$3.95 


20 
$4.10 


13 

$3.94 


23 

$4.10 


2 

$3.49 


II 


31 

$3.76 


II 


663 
$4.37 


1961-62 


Cars 

Avg. 


921 
$3.83 


218 
$3.43 


20 

$3.09 


54 
$3.41 


8 
$3.24 


71 

$3.29 


6 
$3.15 


11 


55 

$3.64 


tl 


1,353 

$3.69 


1960-61 


Cars 
Avg. 


643 

$3.33 


230 
$2.90 


10 
$2.04 


71 
$2.76 


34 
$2.77 


109 
$2.73 


3 
$2.61 


II 


70 

$2.81 


It 


1,170 
$3.09 


1959-60 


Cars 
Avg. 


566 

$4.16 


169 
$3,80 


4 
$3.08 


45 
$3.67 


16 
$3.30 


63 

$3.39 


1 
.2.59 


6 
$3.14 


47 

$3.80 


If 


917 
$3.97 


1958-59 


Cars 

Avg. 


737 
$3.29 


226 
$2.82 


13 
$2.34 


44 
r-:2.69 


40 
$2.35 


84 
.J2.63 


8 

$2.03 


24 
$2.15 


82 
$2.84 


II 


1,258 
$3.04 


1957-58 


Cars 
Avgs 


580 
$4.10 


167 
$3.96 


2 

33.23 


21 

$4.07 


23 
$3.71 


61 

$3.95 


5 

$3.78 


15 
$4.04 


64 
$3.91 


11 


938 

$4.04 


1956-57 


Cars 
Avg. 


881 
$3.41 


278 

$3.28 


7 
52.29 


50 
$3.11 


50 
$3.03 


138 
$2.95 


21 

$2.86 


30 

$2.97 


100 
$3.19 


U 


1,555 
$3.29 


1955-56 


Cars 

Avg. 


951 

$3.24 


292 
$3.08 


27 
$2.73 


63 
$2.79 


50 
$2.94 


153 

$2,85 


22 

$2.80 


52 

$2.72 


125 

$3.04 


5 
$2.63 


1,740 
$3.11 


1954-55 


Cars 
Avg. 


866 
$2.84 


396 
$2.69 


52 

$2.35 


68 
$2.34 


75 

$2.48 


203 
$2.48 


41 
$2.33 


95 

$2.27 


166 
$2.50 


22 

$2.29 


1,984 
$2.66 



TABLE 31 



- 53 - 



VreiGHTlJ) AVHUG- 



AUCTION PRICES 
1963-64 



- yiORIDA TANGZRIMES - BY KIHD 
SEASON 



Week 
Ending 



TAJvGER- 
INIS 

4/5 Bu. 

Box es 
Sar 



7^. 



TAKGELOS 

4/5 Bu. 
B oxes 
Car 



I Avg. 



MURCOTTS 

4/5 Bu. 

Boxes 

Car I Avg, 



aATSu^iAs 

4/5 Bu. 
Boxes 
Car I Avg, 



PONKANS 



KINGS 



4/S Bu, 4/5 Bu. 

Boxes Boxes 

Car 1 Avg. Car i Avg. 



CLElviLKTJJffi 

4/5 Bu. 

Boxes 

Car I Avg, 



1963 



Oct, 



Nov. 



Dec. 



Jan. 
"64 



Feb. 



Ua-r. 



Apr. 



U&y 



June 



4 
11 

18 
25 

1 



2 

26 



8 30 
15 29 
22 69 
29 70 

6 42 

13 64 
20 77 
27 40 

3 28 
10 51 
17 34 
24 14 
31 7 

7 3 

14 - 
21 
28 

6 
13 
20 
27 

3 
10 
17 
24 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

5 
12 
19 
26 



2 
6 
5 
1 
3 
1 
1 



6.60 
5.33 
5.32 
5.55 
4.46 
3.37 
3.99 
4.00 
4.45 
5.30 
5.24 
3,82 
2.69 
3.12 
3.09 
4.47 

4.91 
4.67 
5.33 
5.29 
5.19 
7.50 
6.17 



1 
5 
7 
14 
7 
7 
5 
8 
7 
5 
3 
6 
5 
6 
3 
2 
1 



3.46 

5.74 
4.41 
4.10 
4.29 
4,32 
3.68 
4.50 
4.24 
4.31 
3.99 
5.03 
3.85 
3.68 
3.64 
3.35 
3.06 
4.66 



1 

4 

17 

13 

9 

10 

14 

12 

4 

4 



2,80 
2,73 



1 
8 
2 

3 

1 



3.67 
3.33 
3.35 

1.97 
.78 



5.24 
5.40 
4.94 
4.27 
4.45 
5.57 
5.01 
4.97 
4.99 
6.76 



1 

1 



3.86 - 

3.52 - 

3.52 - 

2.95 - 

2.61 - 



2.95 
2.95 



TOTALS 605 4.31 93 



4.10 88 



5.04 



2.76 15 



2.91 



3,09 - 



Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Ivlarket News Service 



TABLE 32 



- 54 - 



TOESH CITRUS - FLORIM EXPORTS ~ IMPORTS INT O fLORIM PORTS. BY COUNTRY OF ORIGM 

' BY WEIiKS 1963-64 SEft-SON 

- Standard Box Basis - 



Week 1 


C m m e 


Ending 1 — 




1 


ORGS 


1963 




8/4 


- 


11 


— 


18 


- 


25 


> 


9/1 


- 


8 


— 


15 


■ - 


22 


— 


29 


170 


10/6 


215 


13 


107 


20 


- 


27 


» 


11/3 


- 


10 


344 


17 


354 


24 


296 


12/1 


1 


8 


565 


15 


88 


22 


349 


29 


_ 


1/ 5/64 


54 


12 


68 


19 


675 


26 


^ 


2/2 


- 


9 


590 


16 


20O 


23 


— 


3/1 


625 


8 


8 


15 


720 


22 


1,390 


29 


652 


4/5 


765 


12 


•w 


19 


150 


26 


_ 


5/3 


525 


5/10 


100 


17 


600 


24 


1,080 


31 


1,276 


6/7 


800 


14 


1,252 


21 


— 


28 


«, 


7/ 5 


422 


12 


— 


19 


— 


26 


- 



GFRT 



408 
6 
10 
4 
4 
4 



20 



20 



Government 
C«GS GFRT 



5,565 


- 


13,262 


— 


7,108 


- 


12,032 


- 


15,206 


— 


17,916 


528 


18,755 


3,202 


18,800 


730 


15,541 


3,674 


16,814 


- 


15,627 


3,033 


10,224 


525 


3,986 


1,748 


801 


6,116 


2,870 


528 


800 


5,341 


2,474 


- 


20 


3,894 


1,200 


743 


1,675 


1,696 


1,981 


3,969 


2,360 


678 


1,980 


4,517 


— 


567 


4,092 


1,329 


800 


4,137 


929 


3,615 



1,850 
3,584 

528 
3,463 

525 
4,669 

3,860 
528 



450 
2,579 

528 
1,972 

854 

834 
2,543 

528 
1,582 

357 

1,674 

88 

587 
1,674 

528 

2,245 

2,478 
611 
438 

1,283 
580 

1,786 

95 

553 

2,116 

2,058 

323 

1,495 

528 

469 



I M. P 

"Wert — 

Indies 



R T S 



Mexico 



Orgs 



170 
140 
141 
140 
280 
120 
140 

1,299 
120 

100 

100 

110 

1,184 

817 

6,883 

1,234 

10,810 

7,124 

7,154 

23,632 

16,590 

16,934 

16,684 

24,757 

24,639 

26,375 

17,595 

17,356 

10,534 

9,156 

7,348 

8,075 



Orgs 



302 
331 
306 



5,150 

5,429 

11,370 

30,996 

416 



393 



TOTAL 



14,441 



193.294 



69.577 



33.836 



?'^7,7/n 



'^^jfiO^ 



Made avai 



ilable thru the courtesy of the State Inspection Citrus Office, Winter Haven, Florida 



TABLE 33 



- 55 - 

DELIVERED CANNERY PRICES 
1963-64 SEASON 

Advertising and Inspection tax not included 



Week 
Ending 



ORANGES 



CWCENTRATE 



JUICE 



G R A P E F R UIT I TANGERINES 



JUICE I SECTICafS 



Average Price ■ Average Price [Ave. Price ■ Ave. Price 



■I- 



JUICE 



Average Price 



1963 



Pe r Box 
1 



Per Box 



Per Box 
$ 



P er Box 
—f 



Pe r Box 
1 



Oct. 5 


- 


• 


.97074 


- 




- 


12 


— 


— 


1.07064 


- 




- 


19 


• 


4.09511 


1.09527 


2.23572 




- 


26 


- 


4.04785 


1.15686 


2,37238 




- 


Not, 2 


~ 


4,32066 


1.16057 


2,42152 




.97557 


9 


— 


4.27197 


1.27736 


2,52021 


2 


.34538 


16 


w 


4.31291 


1.32908 


2.55775 


2 


.21120 


23 


- 


4.62574 


1.48734 


2.61594 


2 


.75159 


30 


- 


4.73076 


1.58174 


2,59321 


2 


,79440 


Dec. 7 


4,89701 


4.83225 


1.68087 


2,56839 


2 


,88706 


14 


4,78754 


4.70212 


1.71724 


2,57221 


2 


.78090 


21 


4,87466 


4.58064 


1.59283 


2,59331 


2 


.82758 


28 


4.92467 


4.67112 


1.83017 


2.69052 


2 


.91218 


1964 














Jan. 4 


5.01606 


4.75732 


1.83600 


2.56765 


2 


,68296 


11 


5.26865 


5.06499 


1,89783 


2.70595 


2 


.63586 


18 


5.31892 


5.33385 


1.88367 


2.82032 


2 


.52917 


25 


5.50172 


5.13621 


1.96450 


2.94890 


2 


.50287 


Feb. 1 


5.61612 


5.09754 


2.03671 


2.59116 


2 


,49661 


6 


5.63807 


4.92154 


2.24103 


2.61022 


2 


,23762 


15 


5.64334 


5.04232 


2.39881 


2.71411 




- 


22 


5.47423 


4.89088 


2.29643 


2.87208 




- 


29 


5.05665 


4.57916 


2.27920 


2.66391 




- 


kar. 7 


4,99941 


4.37640 


2.20367 


2,51322 




- 


14 


4.65124 


4.04610 


2.22771 


2.22611 




- 


21 


4,81501 


3.83233 


2,26543 


2,73576 




- 


28 


4.88282 


4.20881 


2,28626 


~ 




- 


Apr. 4 


5,07616 


4.47130 


2.30230 


2.21986 




- 


11 


5,35183 


4.75812 


2.32960 


- 




- 


18 


5.40430 


4.66286 


2.36375 


- 




- 


25 


5,36769 


4.77916 


2.26198 


— 




- 


Jfey 2 


5.49246 


4.85833 


2.25593 


- 




> 


9 


5.55373 


4.27280 


2.29394 


- 




- 


16 


5,46286 


4.10566 


2.21320 


. 




- 


23 


5,56625 


4.04091 


2.15699 


- 




— 


30 


5,41036 


4,02052 


2.22796 


— 




— 


June 6 


5.10794 


3.73490 


2.17755 


• 




- 


13 


4,99863 


3.79534 


2.25249 


- 




- 


20 


4,39168 


3,40595 


2.37789 


. 




— 


27 


_ 


• 


.. 


_ 




. 


July 4 


— 


- 


. 


- 




_ 


11 


_ 


_ 


.. 


_ 




_ 


18 


- 


_ 


_ 


. 




_ 


25 


- 


- 


. 


— 




— 


Aug. 1 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


8 


^ 


^ 


^ 


_ 




. 


15 


• 


_ 


_ 


. 




» 


22 


_ 


_ 


_ 


. 




^, 


29 


^, 


^ 


^ 


^ 




^ 


Sept. 5 


- 


— 


— 


— 




■■ 


9/5/64 


$ 












Seasonal with 5.27839 


$4.75820 


$2.05254 


$2.56829 


$2,62002 


AdjustDQents 















Made available 
through the courtesy of the Florida Canners' Association, Winter Haven, Florida 



lOLE 34 



- 56 - 

CANNERY - CONSOLimTED REPORT 
SEASON - 1963-64 



NUMBER OF FIELD BOXES USED: 


2,178,541 
195,263 


Oranges 

n 


for 
« 


Juice 
Blend 




Grapefruit 

n 


for 
It 


Sections 
Salad 


4,630,780 
678,926 


n 
tt 

• 


n 
tf 
n 


Juice 
Blend 

Frozen Cone. 


4,012,033 
1,000,339 

2,339,404 


n 
II 
n 


n 
n 


Salad 
Sections 

Frozen Cone. 


139,835 
16,769 

34,137,476 


n 
n 


n 
II 


Processed Cone. 
Frozen Blend- 
ed Concentrate 


10,648 
56,604 


n 
n 


n 

n 


Processed Cone 
Frozen Blend- 
ed Concentrate 


30,127 
39,233 


n 


n 


Chilled Juice 


333,090 


M 


It 


Chilled Juice 


4,891,477 


n 


" Chilled Sec- 
tions & Salad 

Gra£efruit 
sei" ..7.7.7 


1,451,131 


" " Chilled Sec- 
tions it Salad 

TOTAL Boxes of Oranges 

tor alT uses 


646,373 


TOTAL Boxes of 
for all u 


11,577,053 


45,210,996 






Tangerines for 


Tangerine Juioe 






159,119 








n It 


Frozen Tangerine 






976,931 





" " Processed Concentrate 
" " Chilled Juice 

TOTAL Boxes of Tangerines for all uses 



1", 136, 050 



CASH PRICES PAID PER BOX - FOR GRAPEFRUIT - F. 0. B. CANNERY ; 

For Blend 
$1.96819 



For Sections 



For Salad 



For Juioe 



$2.56829 $2,89623 $2.05254 
CASH PRICES PAID PER BOX - FOR ORANGES - F. 0. B. CANflERY : 



White Gfrt 
$2.08775 



Pink Gfrt 
$1,80698 



For Juice 
$4.75820 



For Blend 
$4.59971 



For Salad 
$5,21319 



For Sections 
$ 5.02717 



Season's Average Price Paid for Oranges Used for the Follovring Conmodities ; 

Orange . Juice, Blended Juioe, ,Cit^8 Salad, and Orange Sections - 4,89957 

Season's Average Price Paid for Oranges Used for Frozen Orange Concentrate 5.25082 

Season's Average Price Paid for Grapefruit Used for Frozen Grapefruit Con. 2,40110 



SEASON THRU 9/5/64 
Furnished through the courtesy of the Florida Canners' Association, Winter Haven, Florida 



TABLE 35 



- 57 - 
FLORIM PRODUCTION OF CAMI-IED CITRUS 









1963-64 SEASON 














- Actual Cases - 








Size of 


1 SW GFRT 


1 UNSW GFRT 1 


BROKEN 


CITRUS 1 


ORANGE 


1 TANG. 1 


TANG, 


Case 


1 SECTIONS 


1 SECTIONS 1 
1 1 


SBCTICWS 


SATAT) 1 

1 


SECTIONS 


1 JUICE 1 
.1 1 — 


BLEND 


24/2 's 










«. 


19,941 


_ 


404/700 
46/8 oz. 


485,378 
140,098 


440 
54,759 


18,665 


96,871 
34,450 


15,347 


159,633 


^ 


48/6 oz. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


~ 


24/303 's 


2,274,854 


232,546 


184,654 


344,770 


2,064 


— 


"• 


24/l3i 02. 


72,899 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


~ 


12/32 oz. 


- 


- 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Converted 
















No. 2's 


- 


2,841 
287,305 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


TOTALS 


2,973,229 


203,319 


476,091 


17,411 


179,574 


- 


Sfl GFRT 


UNSW GFRT 


SW ORANGE 
JUIC^ 


UNSW ORG, 


SW BLEND 


UNSW BLEND 




24/2 's 


JUICE 


JUICE 


JtnCE 


JUICE 


JUICE 




321,807 


552,689 


778,579 


451,954 


180,924 


155,252 




404/700 


1,025,442 


1,906,434 1 


,743,215 


1,993,240 


829,209 


797,821 




48/6 02. 


435,025 


394,648 


702,329 


308,731 


35,948 


309 




6/10 's 


7,203 


250 


1,087 


— 


2,931 


- 




24/12 oz. 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




24/4 oz. 


— 


4 


,047,967 


- 


— 


— 




12/32 oz. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


— 




Converted 
















No. 2'3 


5,939 


15,447 


95,891 


33,186 


— 


3,837 




TOTALS 


1,795,416 


2,869,468 7 


,282,766 


2,787,111 1 


,049,012 


957,219 




THE ABOVE 


CONVERTED TO 


24/2 CMS: 












Sw. Gfrt Sections 


2,646,910 


Sw, Gfrt Juice 


1,914, 


608 


Unsw. Gfrt Sections 


240,520 


Unsw, Gfrt Juice 


3,228, 


328 


Broken 


Sections 


175,086 


Sw, Orange Juice 


4,484, 


012 


Citrus 


Salad 


434,081 


Unsw Orange 


Juice 


3,197, 


758 


Orange 


Sections 


21,010 


Sw, Blended 


Juice 


1,252, 


441 


Tangerine Juice 


220,909 


Unsw, Blended Juice 


1,163. 


733 


Tangerine Blends 

PROCESSED CONCENTRATED ORANGE JUI 


■■ 


Conve 


rted Totals 18,979, 
GRANGE JUICE & FROZEN 


396 


DE & FROZEN CONCENTRATET 


GRAPE- 




FRl 






PACKS IN THE 


STATE OF 


FLORIDA 












1 


PROCESSED 


I 


FROZEN 


1 


FROZEN 




Year 


1 


CONCENTRATED 


1 


CONCENTRATED 1 


CONCENTRATED 




1 


ORANGE JUICE 


1 


ORANGE JUICE 1 


GRAFEyRUlI 






Gallons 




Gallons 




Gallons 




1952-53 




536,660 




46,553,695 




1,226,485 




1953-54 




1,339,222 




65,531,204 




1,656,469 




1954-55 




1,531,449 




64,685,956 




1,155,314 




1955-56 




1,085,697 




70,224,053 




2,511,831 




1956-57 




1,801,283 




72,011,741 




2,949,072 




1957-58 




1,149,081 




57,150,566 




3,330,301 




1958-59 




547,280 




79,910,670 




4,952,488 




1959-60 




377,877 




78,149,306 




1,613,462 




1960-61 




154,911 




84,298,114 




3,841,462 




1961-62 




277,501 




116,081,547 




3,162,798 




1962-63 




54,360 




51,647,737 




2,323,381 




1963-64 




41,108 




53,674,426 




2,572,655 




?U''ATON THRU" 9/5/64 
Furnished through the courtesy of the Florida Cannere ' Assc 


iciation. 


Vfinter Haven, 


Florida 



TABLE 35 Cont'd 



- 58 - 

FLORIDA PRODUCTION OF CITRUS COMCSHTRATE 
1963-64 SEASON 
- Actual Cases - 



Size of 
Case 



1 [ 1 T i I ^0= 

FROZEN I PfiCCESSEDl FROZEN I FROCESSID I FROZEN I FROZffl I CESSED 
1 ORANGE I GRAPEFRUIT I GRAPEFRUIT I BLEND I TANG. I TANG. 



48/6 oz. 
24/6 oz. 
24/12 oz. 



12,037,316 



6,447,250 



736,197 



371,502 178,697 



Other sizefi converted 
to 48/6 oz. - 

12/32 oz. 1,551,222 

Other sizes converted 
to 12/32 oz. 

6/10' s 



62,846 



5,273 



TOTAL CASES 

ALL SIZES 20,035,788 

TOTAL Sizes 

converted to 

Gallons 46,243,939 

Bulk Gallons 24,485,711 

Gross Gallons 70, 729,650 
Less Reprocess- 
ed Gallons 17,055,212 



5,273 799,043 

41,108 1,016,759 
- 1,905,438 



41,108 2,922,197 
349,536 



2,896 



2,896 



21,375 



21,375 



371,502 178,697 

417,939 201,034 
29,414 1,179,620 



447,353 1,380,654 
316,923 235,159 



NET GALLONS 53,674,438 



41,108 2,572,661 21,375 
Season Thru 9/5/64 



130,430 1,145,495 





CONCENTRATED PROCESSED GRAP3CFRUIT, 


FROZEN BLENDED CONCENTRATE 




AND FROZEN TANGIKINE CONCENTRATE - 


1952/53 - 1963/64 


INCLUSIVE 




1 PROCESSED 1 


FROZEN 1 


PROCESSED 1 


FROZEN 


Year 


1 GRAPiiFRUIT 1 
1 1 


BLEND 1 
1 


•BLEND AND 1 
•TANGERINE 1 


TANGERINE 




Gallons 


Gallons 


Gallons 


Gallons 


1952-53 


50,563 


479,745 


» 


551,397 


1953-54 


55,372 


965,430 


_ 


443,105 


1954-55 


31,860 


560,545 


_ 


877,011 


1955-56 


30,719 


954,142 


25,055 


618,986 


1956-57 


59,105 


596,731 


32,431 


792,516 


1957-58 


107,896 


506,915 


M 


146,576 


1958-59 


165,115 


689,521 


188,154 


1,151,782 


1959-60 


27,390 


284,276 




319,671 


1960-61 


19,947 


255,584 


21,285 


1,406,694 


1961-62 


116,171 


266,598 


3,989 


1,370,187 


1962-63 


36,340 


53,242 


20,821 


204,458 


1963-64 


21,375 


130,430 




1,145,495 



SEASON THRU 9/ 5 /64 
Furnished through the courtesy of the Florida Canners* Association, Winter Haven, Florida 



TABLE 36 



- 59 - 

UNITED S'EATSS EXPC«^TS OF FRESH ORANGES & TANGERINES - BY MONTHS 
JULY, 1963 THRU JUNE, 1964 

84-lb. Boxes 



COUNTRY 



Year 



i i I 

JULY I AUGUST I SEPTEMBER I 

I I I 



1963 

BahaiDas 

Be Igium-Luxembourg 
Bencuda 
Canada 
DecDnark 
Finland 
France 

Gemany, West 
Hong E6s£ 
Ireland 
Japan 

I<(alaya & Singapore 
Mexico 

Nansei & Nampo 
Netherlands 
Nether land Antilles 
New Zealand 
Norway 

Philippines, Rep. of 
Sweden 
Switzerland 
United Kingdom 
Other 

TOTALS 



668 

67,609 

20 

180,317 

6,753 

568 

15,616 

10,046 

59,496 

2,066 

20,873 

12,135 

3,079 

159,080 

261 

20,654 
2,368 

12,538 
339 
870 
801 



I I 

OCTOBIR I NOVINBER I DECE^fflER 
I I 



449 
72,111 

164,604 
1,023 



452 
60,455 

940 

8,326 

11,137 

890 

108,276 

36 

6,016 
7,123 

452 



112 



218 
15,401 

144,335 



56,275 

1,766 

1,167 

11,286 

133 

23,482 

196 

3,152 



101 



112 

57 

139,646 



28,130 

1,079 

12,905 

518 

2,539 

168 



276 

111 

182,431 



17,675 

682 

220 
8,610 



737 



1,580 
2,202 

570 
171 



576,177 



442,452 257,522 



185,154 215,265 



550 

424 

375,521 



25,131 

1,785 
1,267 
7,936 



281 
991 

1,565 
79 



839 

416,369 



COUNTRY 



-r 



-r 



I JAWARY I FEBRUARY I MARCH 



O- 



J. 



1 

I- APRIL 
J 



MAY 



JUNE 



Bahaixas 


303 


815 


1,380 


1,222 


1,593 


1,219 


Belgivim-Luxembourg 


1,337 


- 


162 


18,466 


6,757 


49,405 


Bernaida 


19 


83 


286 


443 


218 


187 


Canada 


320,442 


352,968 


401,064 


370,861 


340,900 


266,142 


Denmark 


— 


— 


- 


2,643 


1,762 


1,104 


Finland 


_ 


» 


176 


— 


176 


381 


France 


452 


— 


— 


- 


13,437 


58,825 


Gennany, West 


- 


- 


- 


- 


440 


— 


Hong Kong 


73,558 


119,060 


65,787 


44,305 


64,380 


84,550 


Ireland 


— 


- 


- 


749 


1,542 


— 


Japan 


1,625 


1,486 


1,355 


1,995 


1,948 


1,440 


kayala i Singapore 


2,893 


2,704 


1,379 


4,492 


7,821 


7,140 


Mexico 


10,904 


10,492 


14,041 


16,451 


14,002 


14,939 


Nansei & Nampo 


398 


729 


2,550 


2,548 


3,967 


1,531 


Netherlands 


4,733 


— 


— 


9,327 


41,118 


111,359 


Netherland Antilles 


1,353 


2,000 


3,157 


1,673 


2,655 


1,526 


New Zealand 


17,619 


— 


17 


— 


» 


18 


Norway 


- 


■> 


5,430 


15,373 


14,112 


15,172 


Philippines, Rep. of 


4,384 


3,388 


3,387 


3,318 


5,789 


3,005 


Sweden 


. 


a. 


1,866 


9,680 


16,716 


1,688 


Switzerland 


• 


• 


- 


- 


- 


- 


United Kingdom 


— 


- 


- 


440 


- 


- 


Other 


475 

440,495 


439 
494,164 


286 
502,323 


553 
504,539 


705 


1,045 


TOTALS 


540,038 


620, 676 



. Foreign Agricultural Service, U. S. Dept, of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 



TABLE 36 Cont'd 



- 60 - ••■ - 

UNITED STATES EXPORTS OF FRESH GRAPEFRUIT - BY tPNTHS 
July. 1963 THRU June, 1964 
78-lb, Boxes 



COUNTRY 



T 



T 



Year 



JULY I AUGUST I SEPTEMBER 1 OCTOBER 



-1 r 

1 NOVEMBER I 
_J U 



DECEMBER 



1963 



Austria 


^ 


_ 


1,604 . 


984 


391 


380 


Babaiias 

Belgium-Liucembovirg 

Bermida 

Canada 


160 . 
• 10,655 
21 
54,991 


3,941 

45 

38,329 


41 

1,462 

26 

69,175 


141 

9,744 

94 

149,318 


56 
1,728 

204,779 


1,139 
142,953 


If^nw^r^ 


2,035 


2,356 


— 


— 


"■ 


"" 


Finland 


•. 


— 


- 


464 


1,026 


379 


France 


25,111 


6,424 


7,113 


18,581 


24,191 


6,995 


Gennany, West 


5,264 


4,093 


4,925 


9,768 


10,936 


4,819 


Hong Kong 


120 


354 


334 


635 


205 


413 


Ireland 


* 


— 


•» 


"■ 


"" 


^ 


Japan 


1,246 


756 


- 


195 


2,576 


1,796 


KOalaya & Singapore 


- 


- 


- 


46 


231 


92 


Mexico 


617 


443 


227 


326 


1,282 


174 


Netherlands 


23,495 


8,902 


12,727 


19,771 


29,405 


7,878 


Nether land Antilles 


— 


— 


— 


1,461 


— 


180 


Norway 


523 


78 


72 


719 


2,168 


647 


Philippines, Rep. of 


- 


140 


46 


- 


45 


38 


Sweden 


644 


m» 


3,396 


3,398 


9,358 


6,331 


Switzerland 


- 


- 


342 


— 


513 


— 


United Kingdom 


4,700 


6,982 


5,922 


- 


170 


139 


Other 


294 


97 


~ 


•* 


■* 


22 



TOTALS 



129,876 



72,940 



107,412 



215,645 289,080 174,375 



T 

I APRIL 
I 



COUNTRY 



Year 



JANUARY I FEBRUARY 1 
I I 



M&RCH 



MAY 



1964 

Austria 
Bahamas 

Belgium^Luxembourg 
Bemuda 
Canada 
Denmark 
Finland 
France 

Germany, West 
Hong Kong 
Ireland 
Japan 

^jalaya & Singapore 
Mexico 
Netherlands 
Nether land Antilles 
Norway 

Philippines, Rep, of 
Sweden 
Switzerland 
United Kingdom 
Other 

TOTALS 



204,932 



205,519 



277,270 



142,908 



227,810 



JUNE 









4W 






. 


225 


290 


202 


218 


81 


194 


— 


5,528 


2,684 


14,060 


10,063 


- 


— 


15 


8 


71 


— 


193,967 


176,706 


190,296 


82,410 


88,909 


77,299 


- 


901 


. 


1,744 


3,269 


2,609 


499 


754 


4,124 


2,135 


260 


278 


2,606 


8,811 


26,440 


16,974 


56,239 


35,673 


1,821 


5,680 


12,692 


8,574 


14,052 


10,895 


37 


95 


104 


277 


547 


287 


— 


m. 


729 


715 


436 


•• 


1,750 


1,726 


3,527 


1,329 


2,938 


2,092 


— 


194 


1,131 


1,015 


_ 


— 


141 


435 


461 


274 


181 


243 


1,422 


5,678 


14,287 


13,902 


39,031 


20,524 


96 


.144 


72 


45 


90 


228 


158 


- 


683 


993 


920 


1,184 


— 


38 


27 


125 


28 


28 


1,563 


4,152 


9,451 


4,506 


423 


685 


— 


— 


— 


258 


,782 


— 


449 


- 


6,480 


4,738 


4,803 


6,692 


229 


— 


933 


- 


553 


— 



168,861 



Foreign Agricultural Service, U. S. Dept, of Agriculture, Washington D, C. 



TABLE 37 



- 61 - 

CONTAINERS — BY KIlO OF CITRUS 

SEASON - AUG. 1, 1963 - July 31, 1964 

- In Terms of 1-3/5 Bu, Boxes - 



Container 
Discription 



I ORANGES I GRAPEFRUIT I TANGERINES I TOTAL 

lTn= I Indian I Tn^ I Indian T IH^ I Indian I In- I Indian 



NAILED BOXES 
1-3/5 Bu. Tl Bx) 
(1/2 Bx) 



Itprinr I Ri-o-flr I t.prinri Rivftr I toyi ny I RivftT- I t.prinr I RivRr 



4/5 Bu. (] 



838 



WIREBOU.a) BOXES 
1-3/5 Bu. (T&c) 
4/5 Bu. (1/2 Bx) 



1136088 18 1595626 
2098108 219012 629296 



MESH BAGS 



4/5 Bu. 
20-lb. 
8-lb. 
5-lb. 
4-lb. 



(5/12 Bx 
(1/4 Bx 
(1/10 Bx) 
(1/16 Bx 
(1/25 Bx) 



50 

49369 

47122 

596622 

3499 



491 



1331 

1101 

- 94554 

518 390343 

100 



34 
3295 



34 
4136 



2 

28057 



149 
747 



1278 - 2732992 20 
1998938 32348 4726342 279417 



1381 

50470 

141676 

986965 

3599 



640 
1265 



FILM BAGS 



8-lb. 
5-lb. 
4-lb. 



I 1/10 Bx 

1/16 Bx 

11/25 Bx 



2799 
350809 
319580 



15057 

5600 861928 

15944 150 



68855 



17856 

1212737 

319730 



CORRUGATED BOXES 



1-3/5 Bu. 
1 Bu. 
4/5 Bu. 
1/2 Bu. 
2/5 Bu. 



( 1 Bx) 
■ 5/8 Bx) 

1/2 Bx) 
(5/16 Bx) 

1/4 Bx) 



3185 
2114072 



- 11180 
15 
1310733 2780445 
34 
12 



15 

5828902 

34 



54 _ 14419 



87307 1810 4981824 



247 



73955 
15944 



30 

7141445 

68 

259 



CONSUlvffiR 


- 


7 


7 


- 


- 


- 


14 


GRAND TOTAL 
By Containers 


6722141 


1552384 6381114 


5926268 


2090906 


34405 


15194161 


7513057 


BULK 


296357 


176776 164481 


336882 


10885 


5157 


471723 


518815 


Total 

Interior & 
Indian River 


7018498 


1729160 6545595 


6263150 


2101791 


39562 


15665884 


8031872 



Made available 
through the courtesy of the Citrus Inspection Division, Winter Haven, Florida 



TABLE 37 Cont'd 



- 0^ - 

CONTAINmS — BY KIND OF CITRUS 
SEASON'Aug. 1. 1963 - July 31. 1964, Consolidated Report 
In Terms of 1-3/5 Bu. Boxes 



Container Disoription 



ORMGES 



I GRAPEFRUIT t TANGERINES I TOTAL 



NAILED BOXES 

Tl Bx 



1-3/5 Bu. 
4/5 Bu. 



(1/2 Bx 



4/5 Bu. (1/2 Bx) 



MESH BAGS 



4/5 Bu. 

20-lb. 

8-lb. 

5-lb. 

4-lb. 



1/2 Bx) 
,1/4 Bx 
(1/lOBx) 
(1/16 Bx 
(1/25 Bx) 



I 



I 



I 



vqJlEBOUND BOXES 
1-3/5 Bu. (1 Bx) 



838 



34 
3295 



34 
4136 



1136106 
2317120 



50 

49860 

47122 

597140 

3499 



1595628 
657353 



1287 
2031286 



2733012 
5005759 



1331 

1250 

94554 

391090 

100 



1381 

51110 

141676 

988230 

3599 



FILM BAGS 



8-lb. 
5-lb. 
4-lb. 



(1/10 Bx 

1/16 Bx 

(1/25 Bx 



2799 
356409 
335524 



15057 

930283 

150 



17856 

1286692 

335674 



CORRUGATED BOXES 
1-3/5 3u. (i Bx) 
1 Bu. (5/8 Bx) 
4/5 Bu. (1/2 Bx) 
1/2 Bu. (5/I6 Bx) 
2/5 Bu. (1/4 Bx) 



TOTAL 

Interior & 

Indian River 



3185 

15 

3424805 

34 

12 



- 11180 

15 

8609347 

34 



54 

etfii7 

247 



14419 

30 

12123269 

68 

259 



CONSUMER 


7 


7 


- 


14 




GRAND TOTAL 
By Containers 


8274525 


12307382 


2125311 


22707218 


BULK 


473113 


501363 


16042 


990938 



8747658 



12808745 



2141353 23697756 



Viaie Available 
through the courtesy of the Citrus Inspection Division, V7inter Haven, Florida 



II 



TABLE 38 



FLORIDA.: 



- 63 - 

CO^WIRCIAL CITRUS TREES BY TYPE BY COUNTIES 



(Number of Trees in Thousands ) 



— mrmiDS 1/ 

and OTHERS 



LIMES, 
LafONS 



COUNTY 



ORANGES 



1962 I 1963 
I 



GRAPEFRUIT 



^ 

1962 I 1963 



1 

1962 1 1963 
I 



1962 I 1963 
I 



TOTAL TREES 



1962 1 1963 



Brevard 


1,054 


1,134 


345 


319 


107 


122 


5 


20 


1,511 


1,595 


Broward 


243 


292 


50 


48 


11 


12 


1 


- 


305 


352 


Charlotte 


92 


179 


4 


7 


11 


13 


— 


1 


107 


200 


Citrus 


130 


87 


4 


1 


12 


8 


— 


— 


146 


96 


Collier 


62 


150 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


4 


62 


156 


Dade 


20 


16 


5 


5 


9 


10 


293 


313 


327 


346 


DeSoto 


758 


879 


58 


50 


36 


81 


6 


1 


858 


1,011 


Glades 


28 


76 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


28 


76 


Hardee 


2,353 


2,132 


51 


44 


87 


81 


22 


11 


2,513 


2,268 


Hendry 


131 


195 


7 


8 


5 


5 


- 


- 


143 


208 


Hernando 


758 


667 


11 


5 


106 


89 


_ 


_ 


875 


761 


Highlands 


1,619 


1,568 


183 


197 


154 


195 


60 


47 


2,016 


2,007 


Hillsboro 


3,331 


3,027 


210 


185 


216 


231 


64 


76 


3,821 


3,519 


Indian River 


687 


1,096 


937 


964 


106 


119 


1 


1 


1,731 


2,182 


Lake 


7,338 


5,681 


1,037 


772 


1,293 


1,054 


28 


10 


9,696 


7,517 


Lee 


102 


124 


25 


22 


11 


13 


10 


11 


148 


170 


iiianatee 


721 


753 


171 


124 


79 


100 


13 


10 


984 


987 


Marion 


1,060 


716 


19 


15 


32 


12 


- 


4 


1,131 


747 


Martin 


510 


1,056 


38 


33 


22 


26 


3 


161 


573 


1,276 


Okeechobee 


35 


75 


3 


16 


2 


19 


- 


— 


40 


110 


Orange 


4,014 


3,426 


234 


160 


577 


507 


6 


5 


4,831 


4,098 


Osoeola 


1,222 


984 


47 


49 


84 


62 


1 


— 


1,354 


1,095 


Palm Beach 


74 


115 


25 


24 


22 


26 


1 


- 


122 


165 


Pasoo 


2,442 


1,563 


155 


124 


196 


135 


8 


3 


2,803 


1,825 


Pinellas 


401 


279 


295 


142 


44 


28 


1 


1 


741 


450 


Polk 


7,065 


7,092 


1.577 


1,462 


615 


546 


176 


141 


9,453 


9,241 


Putnam 


338 


258 


12 


12 


35 


36 


- 


- 


365 


306 


Sarasota 


112 


139 


16 


16 


7 


9 


- 


- 


135 


164 


Seminole 


1,252 


883 


47 


45 


148 


147 


1 


- 


1,448 


1,075 


St, Lucie 


1,436 


1,974 


778 


912 


328 


354 


3 


2 


2,545 


3,242 


Sumter 


235 


156 


6 


3 


14 


20 


_ 


M 


255 


179 


Volusia 


830 


749 


41 


34 


127 


105 


- 


- 


998 


888 


Others 


59 


29 


3 


1 


9 


6 


- 


— 


71 


36 



TOTAL 



40,552 37,554 6,394 5,799 4,507 4,173 703 822 52,156 48,348 



1/ Temples are included in Hybrids and Others. 



Miade available 
through the courtesy of Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting Service 



lABLE 39 



- 64 - 



TfPE OF FRUIT 
AND ARE^ 



FLQRim ; CggvCRCIAL CITRUS TRF.ES BY AREA. AND 
BJARIMG SURFACE CLASSIFICATION. 1563 

(Number of Trees in Thousands) 



1-4 
Years 



BEARING SURFACE CIASSIFICATION 



5-9 
Years 



I 10-14 I 15-24 I 25 Yeare 
' Years ' Years ' and over 
I I I 



TOTALS 



1963 



1962 



EAST COAST 


ARFA 


3,050 


547 


575 


615 


899 


5^686 




Oranges 




4,025 


Grapefruit 




261 


200 


302 


787 


756 


2,306 


2,178 


Others 




535 


188 


233 


178 


32 


1,166 


911 



TOTAL 



3,846 



935 



1,110 



1,580 



1,687 



9,158 



7,114 



UPPiR INTERICR 

I 37 

Oranges 

Grapefruit 

Others 



4,300 


1,699 


2,188 


2,431' 


2,1C9 


12,727 


16,130 


87 


75 


62 


395 


448 


1,087 


1,440 


879 


425 


127 


232 


285 


1,948 


2,344 



TOTAL 



5,266 2,199 



2,397 



3,058 



2,842 



15,762 



19,914 



LOWER INTERIOR 
Oranges 
















4,601 


2,390 


699 


1,608 


3,172 


12,470 


12,262 


Grapefruit 


lOO 


51 


137 


253 


1,265 


1,806 


1,908 


Others 


439 


207 


73 


176 


275 


1,170 


1,198 



TOTAL 



5,140 2,648 



WEST COAST 










Oranges 


3,646 


1,126 


793 


596 


Grapefruit 


48 


60 


91 


146 


Others 


355 


106 


174 


60 



909 2,037 4,712 15,446 15,368 



510 6,671 8,135 

255 600 868 

16 711 757 



TOTAL 



4,049 



1.292 



1,058 



802 



781 



7,982 



1/ Interior counties divide with Lake, Osceola in upper and Polk in lower area, 

l^de available 
throurh the courtesy of Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting Service 



9,760 



TABLE 40 



- 65 - 



IN FLORIDA 



AS REPORTED TO THE NURSERY INSPECTOR, STAIE PLANT BOARD 
Gainesville, Florida 



July 1, 1962 to June 30, 1963 



ALL CITRUS 



ICind 



No, Trees 



Oranges 

Grapefruit 

i'iandarins or Kid Glove 

Tangelos 

Limes 

Lemons 

lti.8oellaneou6 

Total 



1,244,226 

69,131 

155,094 

59,439 

5,329 

22,221 

33,538 

1,588,978 



ORANGES 



GRAPEFRUIT 



Variety 



Valencia 

Hamlins 

Pineapples 

Queen 

Parson Brown 

Navels 

Jaffa 

Delicious 

Lue Gim Gong 

Pope Surcmer 

Hisoellaneous 



No. Trees Variety 



MANDARIN OR KID GLOVE 



527,897 


Varsh 


314,928 


Duncan 


253,685 


Thompson 4 other Pink 


62,175 


Re<i Seedless & other Red 


31,065 


Isle of Pine 


27,444 


Foster 


525 


Red Seedy 


2,132 


Davis Seedless 


18,321 


Royal 


2,792 


McCarty 


3,262 


Miscellaneous 


i, if 44, 226 






LIMES 4 LHviONS 



No. Trees 



57,231 

3,561 

3,253 

4,551 

58 

48 

19 

5 

36 

2 

365 

69,131 



Variety 



No. Trees Variety 



No. Trees 



Muroott Honey 

Robinson 

Tangerines 

Temples 

Satsvusas 

King 

Ponkan 

Mscellaneous 

Total 

Tangelos 
Orlando 
"K" Early 
Minneola 
Sunrise 
Lake 
Seminole 

fiiiscellaneous 

Total 

Kumquats 

Miscellaneous Citrus — calamondon 

other 23; 



4,147 



39,955 


Limes 


40,022 


Tahiti (Persian) 


14,155 


Key (Mexican) 


32,852 


Lakeland 


7,071 


Rangour 


1,897 


Miscellaneous 


299 




18,843 




155,094 






Lemons 


34,624 


Meyer 


12,368 


Ponderosa 


5,365 


Avon 


1,858 


Harvey 


1,172 


iOverbearing 


311 


Sicily 


3,741 


.viessina 


SQ.4-?q 


Miscellaneous 



Total 



3,283 

1,983 

19 

25 

19 

5,329 



19,256 

413 

70 

36 

27 

645 

15 

1,759 

22,221 



25,916, Eustis limequats 1,096, Lakeland limequats 211, 
shaddock & other citrus 2,145 --- 29,391. 



UNITED STATES DEPAHTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Consumer & Marketing Service 

AND THE 

FLORIDA DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE. MARKETING DIVISION 

MARKETING BUREAU SECTION 

Cooperating 



MARKET NEWS SERVICE ON FRUITS & VEGETABLES 






MARKETING FLORIDA CITRUS 
SUMMARY OF 1Q6Z,-65 SEASON 



Lakeland, Florida September 1965 



^ 



Nil 



PREFACE 

The Federal-State Market News Service a co-operative agency of the U. S. 
Department of Agriculture and the Florida Department of Agriculture, 
submits this annual summary for the 1964-65 season. 

The dally citrus reports were Issued at Lakeland, Florida from various 
reports released by the U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, 
D. C; Florida Crop 4 Livestock Reporting Service; the Citrus Inspec- 
tion Division, Florida Department of Agriculture; the Federal -State 
Frost Warning Service; the Florida Citrus Commission; Florida Citrus 
Exchange; Florida Citrus Mutual; Florida Citrus Marketing Agreement 

Committee; Florida Canners' Association; Department of Agricultural l|l 

Economics, Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Florida. 

Late and corrected reports which are not yet available may cause re- 
vision of shipments, unloads and other similar data, for the 1964-65 , 
season. Every effort has been made to Include data in this summary l|| 
which will be of most value to the Citrus Industry. We have endeav- 
ored to include basic statistics suitable for comparisons with past 
seasons . 

We are deeply grateful to the Citrus Industry and related agencies 
for their fine cooperation In making this summary possible. 

Additional copies of this summary may be obtained upon request to 
Federal-State Market News Service, P. 0. Box 69. Lakeland, Florida. 



Released: L. B. Morgan, 

September 1965 Local Representative 



CONTENTS 



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Oeneral Comments 
Carlot Shipments by Weeks - 1964/65 & 1963/64 Seasons 

Rail and Boat - Oranges 4 Tangerines -------- 

" " " - Grapefruit 

" " " - Mixed Citrus 

Mixed Car Analysis, Florida Rail Shipments, 1964-65 Season - - - 
Florida Citrus Shipments - Rail, Boat & Truck --------- 

Total Shipments, Florida Citrus - 1964/65 4 1963/64 Season - - - - 

Arlzona-Callfornla-Texas, Truck Shipments, Citrus, 1964-65 Season 
Unloads Rail & Truck. Oranges, 41 U. S. Cities 4 5 Canadian Cities 

' Grapefruit," " 

" " " Tangerines," " 
" " " Mixed Citrus" " 
Florida Fruit Processed - Boxes - 1964-65 Season ---------- 

Exports - Florida Citrus - Fresh - By Weeks, 1964-65 Season - - - ■ 
Exports - U. S. Citrus - Fresh - July 1964 through June 1965 - - - • 
Production - Oranges - 1889 through 1964 -------------- 

- Grapefruit " " " • 

" - Florida Citrus - 1946/47 through 1964/65 - - • 

Production 4 Otlllzatlon - Florida Citrus - 1960/61 through 1963/64 

' - California Citrus " 

" " " - Texas, Ariz. 4 La." " 

- Total U. S. Citrus " 
Per Capita Consumption - Citrus Fruits - United States 
" " " - Fresh Citrus Fruits - United States " 
" " " - Chilled 4 Frozen Citrus Juices - U.S. " 
" " " - Canned Citrus Juices 4 Segments- U.S. " 
Florida Equivalent "On Tree" Prices - Oranges, Grapefruit 4 Tangerines 
Crop Values (Citrus) By States 4 United States Totals- — ------ 

Weighted Average Auction Prices - Florida, By Months --------- 



1930 through 1964 



By Weeks, Oranges --------- 

By Weeks, Grapefruit ------- 

1^ Weeks, Tangerines ------- 

By Weeks, By Markets Past 10 Years- 

By Weeks, Tangerine Breakdown - - - 



Delivered Cannery Prices - 1964/65 Season ------------------- 

Florida Canners' Association - Consolidated Report --------------- 

" " " Production Data 

Containers - Florida - By Kind of Citrus ----------------.--- 

Florida Commercial Citrus Trees - By County and Areas - 1961 through 1964 - - - 
" " " By Type - 1963/64 

" " " " By Area and Type - 1963/64 

Citrus Trees Moved from Florida Nurseries ------------------- 



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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AORICDLTORE 

Agricultural Marketing Service 

and the 

FLORIDA DEPT. OP AGRICULTURE, MARKETINO DIVISION 

Marketing Bureau Section 

Cooperating 



MARKET NEWS SERVICE ON FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 



MARKETING FLORIDA CITRUS 
SUMMARY OP 1964.-65 SEASON 

Dally market reports on citrus wex^e issued at Lakeland, Florida 
from October 5, 1964 to June 1, 1965 Inclusive 



GENERAL COMMENTS 



The 1964-65 citrus harvesting season got off to a shaky start following Hurricane Cleo 
on August 26 and 27th of 1964. The hardest area hit was the Indian River District, predom- 
inately Grapefruit. Losses varied widely from grove to grove. This unfortunate act of 
nature caused the quality of larger size fruit for early fall shipments to be reduced. Or- 
anges and specialty fruit loss was much lighter; the greater losses were generally In the 
larger size fruit. Except for Cleo, it was a normal harvesting season, although along In 
January there was a little scare by cold weather. Most of the Industry, remembering the 
freeze of 1962, took extra percautions; therefore, only light damage was reported from 
the low temperatures of January 16-18th, 1965. 

Florida Citrus groves have recovered rapidly and are near pre-freeze level. It Is 
estimated that 35,080,000 trees or about 65?^ of the total population were bearing at the 
time of the most recent survey. This is only slightly less than the number of bearing 
trees reported In 1962. The Increase in bearing trees during the past year reflects the 
many freeze-damaged groves that have come back into production as well as added new groves 
that have come into bearing. 

There were 54,310,000 commercial citrus trees at the beginning of the 1964-65 season, 
an Increase of over 6 3/4 million trees or about 14?S over the 47,520,000 trees reported in 
the 1963 survey. This is a record large number of citrus trees for the state exceeding the 
previous high of over 51,000,000 trees in commercial groves reported in 1962. VUth this 
Increased number of citrus trees In the state, only about 35?^ of trees are non-bearing. 
This is an Increase of about 1% since the last survey. The greater Increase percentage- 
wise. Is on the East Coast. This increase reflects the numerous large individual plantings 
being made on reclaimed acreage. The biggest increase in major types was. in early oranges. 
Early varieties have been popular In the cold damaged areas. The population of Grapefruit 
Increase is about 8^, but tree numbers have not returned to pre-freeze level. 



QeneraT Conimpnts Cont'd 

Preliminary production figures on citrus for the United States released by Statis- 
tical Reporting Service of the U, S. Department of Agriculture, for crop year 1964-65. 
amounted to approximately 180 million boxes; this is an Increase of some 27 million boxes 
compared with the 1963-64 crop. Orange production approximately 121 .million boxes, up 
about 29 million boxes. Grapefruit up slightly to the highest figure since the 1961-62 
freeze, approximately 40 million boxes. Lemons 14,600.000 boxes; Tangerines 3. 900. COO 
boxes; Limes 640,000 boxes. Florida breakdown on citrus fruits as follows: Oranges 
(including Temples & Tangelos) 90,900.000 boxes; Grapefruit 31,800,000 boxes: Tange- 
rines 3.900.000 boxes; for a grand total of 126.600,000 boxes or approximately 29?^ 
higher than 1963-64 crop. All above figures subject to correction. 

Florida's total volume of fresh citrus shipments were 55,925 carlot and carlot equiv- 
alents for 1964-65 season. All citrus shows slight Increase as follows: Oranges 6.610 
cars; Grapefruit 1,629 cars; Tangerines 243 cars. All comparison for Oranges. Grape- 
fruit and Tangerines Include the estimated proportion of 'mixed cars' (exclusive of all 
Florida consolidated l.c.l. express cars for both years). For the 1964-65 season the 
percentage of shipments that moved from the state by rail totaled 27.2 percent, by truck 
72.8 percent. 

Florida oranges and grapefruit sold at auction this season totaled 35 cars less than 
1963-64. Total cars sold 1964-65, oranges 1,767, grapefruit 2,955. Price averages were 
slightly lower than previous season. 0ranges$3.09 average. Grapefruit $2.97 average per 
4/5 bushel container. Tangerines (straight) volume sold on auction market in 1954-65 
were 191 cars over total volume 1963-64. Number of cars sold 1.001. average price $3.73 
per 4/5 bushel container. 

The number of boxes, all citrus, used by Florida Processors In 1964-65 as complied 
by Florida Canners' Association was 66.114,436 as compared to approximately 58.000,000 
for the 1963-64 season. Delivered cannery prices 1964-65 season were much lower than 
last season with an average through August 28th as follows: Oranges, concentrate $3.37; 
Juice $2.92. Grapefruit Juice $1.32; sections $1.80. Tangerine Juice $1.82. 

Shipments of fresh citrus unloads from Florida in 1964-65 totaled 38,689 cars for 
the 41 U. S. Cities and 5 Canadian Cities via rail 4 truck. Orange unloads from Florida 
totaled 15,473. New York City-Newark leading the way with rail 2,217, truck 1,593; with 
a grand total of 3,810. Philadelphia was second with a total number of 968 rail and 897 
truck. Unloads of Florida Grapefruit in 41 Cities (rail & truck) totaled 15,561 (excluding 
5 Canadian Cities which totaled 2,214 cars). Again, New York City-Newark receiving the 
greater part both rail & truck with Philadelphia second with a grand total of 1.326 cars 
and Chicago close behind with 1,300 cars. Both Tangerines and Mixed Citrus from Florida 
were well represented. Grand total Tangerines 3,077; Mixed Citrus 1,364. 



The conversion factor of 500 boxes - used In converting truck shipments to carlo ts. 



For detailed auction data for California citrus for 1964-65 season, write Federal-State 
Market News Service, 300 Wholesale Terminal Building, Los Angeles, California. 



WEATHER 

CHARACTER OF THE 1964-65 SEASON 

The 1964-65 season was mild. Temperatures were predominately normal or above 
with only a few periods when they were adyerse for agricultural production. 
Ihe total of thirty- three cold nights (36 or lower on the peninsula) was 
much less than the average. The most detrimental of these were: January 17- 
19, February 1, February 25-28 and March 9. A brief pre-season cool spell 
October 22 resulteo In temperatures In the middle 30' s with patchy frost over 
northern districts and some high 30's with patchy frost In the colder loca- 
tions of central districts. 

Advectlon of Arctic air January 16 ushered In the coldest period of the 
season for most areas. Spotty light frost was observed only In northern 
districts on the morning of the 17th due to windy conditions throughout the 
night. Long durations of below freezing temperatures and heavy frost occur- 
red In most areas on the night of January 17-18. Damage to tender vegetable 
crops was severe and It was extensive to hardy crops and sugar cane. Unpro- 
tected citrus In the colder location 'suffered considerable defoliation, some 
frozen fruit and minor wood damage. Frost and freezing temperatures covered 
much of the northern and the colder locations of central districts on the 
morning of January 29. Durations below freezing were quite long In low 
ground and pockets with spotty damage to citrus In colder central Florida 
locations. 

There was some damage to crops from high winds on February 25 as a cold air 
mass moved Into the state. Frost and freezing temperatures February 26-28 
damaged vegetables and flowers and caused droppage of a small amount of 
citrus fruit. 

March 5-10 was a rather cold period when frost and/or freezing temperatures 
were confined only to the northern districts except for the morning of the 
9th when scattered light to moderate frost occurred over most of the penin- 
sula. Some minor damage to tender truck and watermelons was caused from 
the cold and wind. 

Hurricane Isbell caused excessive rainfall October 10-11 In the Lower East 
Coast district which resulted in some crop losses, and Hurricane Dora 
caused Flooding of fields in the extreme north in September. The latter was 
further aggravated by locally heavy rains in November. Precipitation during 
the season, November through March, was generally sufficient to keep soil 
moisture adequate after November, but dry conditions existed in many of the 
agricultural areas in October and November and over the southwest portion of 
the peninsula all season. Rainfall was deficient In most areas in April 
and May while generous rains occurred in June, July and August. 





DATA FOR 


EACH OP 


THE FORECAST DISTRICTS 


FOR THE 1964-65 SEASOl 


Mlnlmu 
of 
Mln. 




District 


Nights at 
it below 

36" 32° 


First Occurrence 
of Season 
32° 28° 


Last Occurrence 
of Season 
28° 32° 


m & Date 
Season 
Date 


Oalnesvllle 


33 


19 


Dec. 1 


Dec. 1 


Mar. 9 


Mar. 9 


20° 


Jan. 18 


Upper East Coast 


23 


17 


Dec. 1 


Jan. 17 


Feb. 26 


Mar. 9 


21 


Jan, 18 


Orlando 


21 


14 


Dec. 1 


Jan. 17 


Mar. 9 


Mar. 9 


20 


Jan. 18 


Brooks vllle 


18 


12 


Dec. 1 


Jan. 17 


Feb. 1 


Mar. 9 


23 


Jan. 18 


Ridge 


17 


10 


Jan. 17 


Jan. 17 


Feb. 27 


Mar. 9 


22 


Jan. 18 


Bartow 


H 


6 


Jan. 17 


Jan. 18 


Feb. 1 


Feb. 27 


24 


Jan. 18 


Vfest Coast 


13 


7 


Dec. 1 


Jan. 17 


Feb. 1 


Feb. 27 


25 


Jan. 18 


Indian River 


13 


7 


Jan. 17 


Jan. 17 


Jan. 18 


Mar. 9 


24 


Jan. 18 


Kisslmmee Valley 


11 


6 


Jan. 17 


Jan. 18 


Feb. 1 


Mar. 9 


22 


Jan. 18 


Everglades 


12 


6 


Jan. 18 


Jan. 18 


Feb. 27 


Mar. 9 


18 


Jan. 18 


Lower East Coast 


6 

the courl 


3 
:esy of 


Jan. 18 


Jan. 18 


Jan. 18 Feb. 27 
Vfarning Service - - - 


25 
Lakeland 


Jan. 18 


Furnished thru 


the Pederal-Sta 


:e Frost 


, Florida 



MIMIMUM TEMPKRATURES - COLPEST DA TES - LOW OROUMD LOCATIONS 
SRT.KnTRD FLORIDA CITRUS WEATHER STATIONS - 1964-65 SEASON 



Station 



17 



January 1965 
18 19 20 



29 



Cltra 


26 


26 


27 


28 


30 


30 


32 


35 


DeLand 


28 


25 


29 


32 


27 


28 


34 


33 


Mlms 


28 


24 


29 


34 


29 


28 


33 


33 


Prultland Park 


26 


24 


30 


32 


30 


30 


31 


33 


Heldrlch Groves 


27 


27 


29 


30 


28 


28 


33 


34 


Forest City 


29 


27 


30 


32 


29 


29 


35 


35 


Howey 


29 


25 


29 


29 


26 


28 


34 


35 


Dr. Phillips 


31 


25 


30 


29 


27 


28 


35 


32 


Conway 


29 


26 


30 


33 


30 


30 


35 


35 


Brooksville 


29 


26 


33 


32 


29 


30 


34 


41 


Fassadena 


29 


25 


31 


30 


25 


28 


35 


29 


Valrico 


32 


26 


38 


33 


28 


33 


39 


33 


Denham 


31 


28 


35 


31 


29 


30 


40 


32 


Elfers 


33 


29 


33 


30 


29 


28 


42 


32 


Parrlsh 


36 


30 


38 


35 


30 


32 


43 


34 


Sarasota 


42 


31 


37 


34 


30 


30 


44 


31 


Lrskeland #2 


30 


24 


36 


35 


29 


32 


37 


32 


Polk City 


29 


22 


30 


27 


23 


27 


35 


29 


Lalce Alfred 


31 


23 


32 


30 


26 


28 


35 


31 


MaraT. "> th 


33 


25 


33 


33 


29 


31 


39 


32 


Avon Park 


33 


24 


35 


32 


33 


28 


40 


30 


Bartow 


32 


25 


36 


32 


28 


31 


37 


32 


Arcadia 


38 


25 


36 


34 


30 


30 


39 


31 


Cocoa 


30 


28 


34 


39 


35 


31 


35 


37 


Vero Beach 


30 


25 


31 


39 


40 


31 


37 


33 


Stuart 


35 


28 


35 


42 


46 


35 


42 


35 


Hypoluxo #2 


38 


31 


36 


49 


53 


41 


44 


37 


Home=;tead 


43 


28 


34 


43 


53 


39 


45 


33 



February 1965 
1 26 27 


March 1965 
9 


30 32 35 


32 


28 34 33 


3^ 


28 33 33 


^ 


30 31 33 


34 i 


28 33 34 


34 


29 35 35 


36 j 



33 

33 
33 
34 
32 
36 
37 
41 

41 
41 
36 
30 
33 
34 
33 

35 
35 
39 
35 
39 
41 
39 



Furnished thru the courtesy of the Federal-State Frost Warning Service - - Lakeland, Florida 



TOTAL RAINFALL - BY MONTHS 
SELECTED 0. S. PLORIDA WEATHER BUREAU STATIONS 
1964-65 SEASON 



STATION OCT. NOV. DEC. JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY JUNE JULY TOTAL 

Avon Park .61 .T7 1.08 1.08 4.37 6.85 2.91 1.44 9.53 13.66 42.30 

Bartow 2.00 1.13 2.89 2.23 3.48 1.34 2.79 .02 7.78 10.84 34.50 

Bradenton Exp. Sta. .85 .67 2.03 1.55 2.96 2.14 .69 .21 9.85 11.37 32.32 

Brooksvllle 1.46 .30 3.92 2.02 4.66 5.73 2.20 2.26 9.15 10.35 42.05 

Bushnell .93 .69 5.35 2.02 3.94 2.36 .86 .54 7.71 12.49 36.89 

Clermont 1.22 1.22 3.09 2.02 3.14 2.76 1.64 .12 6.94 11.35 33.50 

Daytona Beach Airport 3.54 3.13 2.52 2.22 3.00 3.05 1.00 .08 9.00 3.72 31.26 

Crescent City 2.57 3.20 4.71 3.25 4.84 3.29 .40 .81 9.58 7.28 39.93 

Pt. Lauderdale Exp. Sta. 12.67 3.27 2.02 .66 5.78 .82 .40 .11 9.93 9.11 44.77 

Port Myers Airport 1.38 .22 1.06 1.24 2.99 2.91 2.39 4.70 7.78 12.05 36.72 

I 

Port Pierce 9.96 .47 1.64 .45 5.61 3.40 2.07 .66 5.52 5.90 35.68 

Homestead Exp. Sta. 12.11 1.93 1.55 1.96 1.55 1.98 .19 .19 5.86 4.14 31.46 

Island Orove 1.20 2.40 5.16 1.26 4.28 4.49 2.24 .67 10.89 10. 86* 43.45 

LaBelle .87 .43 .89 .72 2.81 4.03 3.40 .56 17.11 9.44 40.26 

Lake Alfred Exp. Sta. 1.83 .62 1.78 1.40 4.31 3.12 1.46 .07 10.86 7.94 33.39 

Lakeland Weather Bureau 1.07 .34 2.05 1.41 3.35 1.90 3.52 .55 7.46 7.27 28.92 

Lake Placid 1.68 .45 2.41 .70 3.25 1.77 .92 1.99 9.15 6.70 29.02 

Melbourne 3.65 2.38 1.90 .71 2.77 3.92 .69 .17 6.46 2.55 25.20 

9.77 3.00 6.24 1.98 2.98 3.97 1.20 .44 6.55 6.56 42.69 

1.25 1.14 2.65 2.01 4.39 2.82 2.26 .13 9.75 10.34 36.74 

.79 5.60 2.82 4.90 3.56 2,62 .71 8.11 11.17 40.80 

.45 1.91 1.79 3.67 3.02 .66 .52 7.36 11.55 32.57 

.32 2.80 1.61 3.61 2.10 .96 1.24 11.04 13.25 37.65 

.28 3.74 2.55 2.86 2.24 4.93 .28 10.62 8.35 37.06 

.87 1.39 .92 2.57* 1.97 1.28 .26 8.31 13.33 32.35 

.38 3.19 1.56 2.57 2.28 1.10 .67 7.30 9.70 31.61 

.86 1.16 1.51 3.86 6.85 .96 .01 8.92 13.76 40.67 

West Palm Beach Alrportl5.23 5.76 3.39 1.70 4.14 1.15 .51 1.38 8.80 11.27 53.33 

Winter Haven .85 1.47 2.12 1.53 3.98 2.22 1.59 .58 9.00 11.34 34.68 
•Nearby Section 

Furnished thru the courtesy of the Federal-State Frost Warning Service - - Lakeland, Florida 



Miami Airport 


9.77 


Mountain Lake 


1.25 


Ocala 


.52 


Orlando Airport 


1.64 


Plant City 


.72 


Saint Leo 


1.21 


St. Petersburg 


1.45 


Tampa Airport 


2.86 


Wauchula 


2.78 



ORANQES A TANGERINES - CARLOT SHIPMENTS (RAIL i, BOAT) BY WEEKS 
1964-65 and 1963-64 SEASONS 



Week 
End- 
ing 



1Q64 



FLORIDA 



I 



CALIFORNIA 



TEXAS [aRIZONA 



TOTAL 



1964 - 65 j 1963 - 64^^ '64-65 '63-§J| '65 '§^1 '65 '64| '64-65 



I ITANOS^ 

I IMPORTS 1 1954.65 
Season 



'63-6411964-65 



Mex Israel Others 





OrKS 


Tanss 


Or«s 


Tangs 
























9/ 5 


. 


- 


- 


- 


347 


268 


- 


- 


- 


- 


347 


268 


- 


- 


- 


12 


• 


_ 


• 


. 


275 


344 


. 


- 


- 


- 


275 


344 


- 


- 


- 


19 


. 


- 


- 


. 


360 


230 


. 


. 


- 


- 


360 


230 


- 


- 


- 


26 


. 


- 


- 


- 


295 


320 


- 


. 


- 


- 


295 


320 


- 


- 


- 


10/3 


3 


- 


3 


- 


262 


323 


- 


- 


- 


- 


265 


326 


- 


- 


- 


10 


. 


. 


15 


. 


216 


347 


. 


- 


- 


- 


216 


362 


- 


- 


- 


17 


8 


- 


22 


. 


182 


280 


- 


- 


- 


- 


190 


302 


4 


- 


- 


24 


22 


- 


30 


2 


141 


257 


1 


- 


- 


- 


164 


289 


20 


- 


- 


31 


29 


- 


50 


8 


63 


225 


- 


- 


- 


- 


92 


283 


5 


- 


- 


11/7 


44 


1 


56 


11 


64 


75 


- 


- 


- 


- 


109 


142 


4 


- 


- 


14 


136 


9 


49 


38 


23 


112 


- 


- 


- 


3 


168 


202 


9 


- 


- 


21 


161 


41 


92 


90 


136 


337 


- 


- 


- 


20 


338 


539 


4 


- 


- 


28 


79 


75 


45 


55 


625 


506 


1 


- 


21 


59 


801 


665 


4 


- 


- 


12/5 


1C3 


1C8 


108 


82 


604 


726 


1 


1 


43 


58 


859 


985 


- 


- 


2 


12 


235 


155 


186 


1C9 


963 


827 


- 


- 


58 


80 


1411 


1202 


- 


- 


1 


19 


226 


170 


ICO 


39 


508 


438 


- 


- 


54 


37 


958 


614 


1 


- 


- 


26 


148 


111 


28 


11 


318 


438 


- 


- 


11 


33 


588 


510 


1 


- 


- 


196? 
1/ 2 


66 


35 


87 


48 


289 


530 


2 


1 


21 


52 


413 


718 


1 


• 


1 


9 


177 


102 


118 


48 


293 


627 


1 


. 


10 


22 


583 


815 


1 


- 


- 


16 


204 


36 


128 


11 


515 


743 


. 


- 


17 


15 


772 


897 


2 


- 


2 


23 


229 


7 


126 


8 


654 


655 


1 


- 


17 


6 


908 


795 


2 


- 


2 


30 


210 


2 


111 


. 


592 


832 


1 


. 


14 


2 


819 


945 


2 


- 


7 


2/ 6 


212 


2 


62 


1 


489 


843 


- 


. 


8 


4 


711 


910 


2 


- 


6 


13 


212 


2 


92 


2 


511 


770 


- 


- 


3 


17 


728 


881 


5 


- 


6 


20 


211 


3 


104 


3 


712 


708 


- 


- 


5 


21 


931 


836 


1 


- 


10 


27 


141 


. 


97 


4 


676 


742 


. 


. 


15 


10 


832 


853 


2 


71 


9 


3/ 5 


167 


. 


94 


1 


778 


7C8 


- 


- 


33 


8 


978 


811 


- 


- 


5 


13 


207 


- 


130 


. 


717 


703 


. 


- 


28 


7 


952 


840 


1 


71 


2 


20 


154 


- 


102 


- 


678 


679 


- 


- 


35 


28 


867 


809 


- 


- 


2 


27 


126 


. 


94 


. 


793 


371 


- 


- 


38 


30 


957 


495 


- 


- 


3 


4/ 3 


157 


- 


125 


- 


650 


322 


- 


- 


55 


47 


862 


494 


- 


- 


5 


10 


228 


- 


112 


- 


252 


543 


. 


. 


66 


67 


546 


722 


- 


- 


1 


17 


228 


- 


44 


- 


609 


583 


- 


- 


93 


70 


930 


697 


- 


71 


4 


24 


187 


. 


163 


- 


857 


553 


- 


- 


98 


57 


1142 


773 


- 


- 


1 


5/ 1 


227 


. 


138 


- 


877 


513 


- 


- 


84 


63 


1188 


714 


- 


- 


- 


8 


233 


- 


164 


- 


602 


653 


. 


- 


58 


45 


893 


862 


- 


- 


- 


15 


255 


- 


183 


- 


567 


677 


. 


. 


54 


33 


876 


893 


1 


- 


- 


22 


251 


- 


183 


. 


678 


733 


. 


. 


72 


15 


1001 


931 


- 


- 


- 


29 


184 


. 


149 


. 


721 


652 


- 


- 


60 


10 


965 


811 


- 


- 


- 


6/ 5 


111 


. 


96 


. 


689 


479 


- 


. 


46 


10 


846 


585 


- 


- 


- 


12 


82 


- 


68 


- 


686 


460 


- 


. 


32 


2 


800 


530 


- 


- 


- 


19 


84 


- 


40 


- 


683 


530 


. 


. 


23 


6 


790 


576 


- 


- 


- 


26 


51 


- 


32 


. 


613 


429 


. 


. 


21 


2 


685 


463 


- 


- 


- 


7/ 3 


21 


. 


25 


. 


512 


405 


. 


. 


9 


- 


542 


430 


- 


- 


- 


10 


14 


- 


7 


- 


356 


359 


- 


. 


3 


- 


373 


366 


- 


- 


- 


17 


11 


- 


2 


- 


392 


381 


. 


. 


- 


. 


403 


383 


- 


- 


- 


24 


12 


. 


. 


. 


441 


385 


- 


- 


1 


- 


454 


385 


- 


- 


- 


31 


6 


. 


- 


. 


485 


392 


. 


. 


- 


- 


491 


392 


- 


- 


- 


8/ 7 


5 


. 


. 


. 


401 


360 


. 


- 


- 


- 


406 


360 


- 


- 


- 


14 


7 


- 


- 


- 


450 


324 


- 


- 


- 


. 


457 


324 


- 


- 


- 


21 


3 


. 


- 


- 


382 


327 


- 


. 


- 


- 


385 


327 


- 


- 


- 


28 


5 


. 


. 


- 


436 


354 


- 


. 


- 


- 


441 


354 


- 


- 


- 


9/ 4 


2 


- 


- 


- 


443 


336 


- 


- 


- 


- 


445 


336 


- 


- 


- 



TOTAL 5874 



859 3660 



571 25861 25724 8 2 1206 939 33808 30896 72 213 



69 



#Additlonal Shipments 1964-65 season: Mexico-Week ending Nov. 7th 1; 14th 3; 21st 9; 28th 4; 
Dec. 5th 3; 19th 4; 26th 1; Jan 2nd 1; 9th 1; 23rd 1. Note- 1964-65 season figures following 
week ending 4/24/65 subject to correction; 1963-64 season corrected beginning week ending 
4/4/64 thru week ending 8/29/64. •• Corresponding week last season. 



ThBUh d. 



Week 
End- 
ing 



1964. 



QRAPEPRUIT - CABLOT SHIPMENTS 
(RAIL & BOAT) - BY WEEKS 



FLORIDA 



'64-65 I '63-64 



CALIFORNIA 



TEXAS 



'64-65 I 



'63-64 



'65 I '64* 



I ARIZONA 
-f- 



TOTAL 



'64-651 '63-64 j '64-651 '63-54 



9/ 5 
12 
19 
26 

10/3 
10 
17 
24 


2 

9 

36 

80 


15 

56 

75 

54 

95 

137 

140 

159 


60 

19 

9 


9 

3 

4 
1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


60 

19 

9 

2 

9 
36 
80 


24 

59 

79 

55 

95 

137 

140 

159 


11/7 

14 


91 

95 

148 


154 
120 
142 


- 


\ 


- 


- 


4 


2 

3 
9 


91 

95 

152 


156 
123 

151 


21 


150 


143 


- 


2 


2 


- 


3 


13 


155 


158 


28 


142 


61 


. 


1 


1 


- 


- 


8 


143 


70 


12/5 


181 


177 


. 




2 


5 


2 


18 


185 


200 


12 


166 


216 


5 


9 


1 


3 


1 


6 


173 


234 


19 


175 






S 


4 


2 


2 


6 


181 


16 


26 


213 


47 


1 


3 


a 


4 


3 


12 


225 


66 


1965 






















1/ 2 


78 


83 


1 


4 


6 


• 


1 


10 


86 


97 


9 


223 


150 


1 


5 


10 


1 


2 


18 


236 


174 


16 


191 


199 


2 


5 


5 


• 


4 


25 


202 


229 


23 


231 


215 


3 


8 


3 


- 


7 


18 


244 


242 


30 


266 


180 


5 


8 


- 


- 


6 


17 


277 


205 


2/ 6 


210 


107 


2 


10 


2 


- 


9 


22 


223 


139 


13 


253 


204 


3 


18 


1 


> 


6 


22 


263 


244 


20 


260 


196 


15 


9 


- 


- 


10 


11 


285 


216 


27 


244 


190 


13 


8 


- 


- 


12 


28 


269 


226 


3/6 


272 


168 


9 


10 


- 


- 


10 


10 


291 


188 


13 


288 


196 


11 


14 


. 


- 


4 


44 


303 


254 


20 


295 


199 


13 


40 


. 


. 


1 


35 


309 


274 


27 


305 


190 


9 


28 


. 


. 


3 


38 


317 


256 


4/ 3 


297 


147 


13 


28 


. 


- 


2 


26 


312 


201 


10 


289 


lie 


18 


38 


. 


• 


23 


18 


330 


174 


17 


290 


111 


30 


53 


. 


- 


38 


16 


358 


180 


24 


244 


99 


32 


69 


. 


. 


35 


30 


311 


198 


5/ 1 


275 


82 


56 


71 


. 


. 


35 


42 


366 


195 


8 


228 


145 


51 


133 


. 


- 


37 


48 


316 


326 


15 


165 


95 


71 


135 


- 


- 


42 


63 


278 


293 


22 


165 


53 


100 


187 


• 


- 


55 


44 


320 


284 


29 


109 


44 


126 


135 


. 


- 


53 


36 


288 


215 


6/ 5 


37 


20 


116 


145 


- 


. 


57 


34 


210 


199 


12 


16 


28 


127 


78 


. 


. 


65 


34 


208 


140 


19 


14 


24 


127 


104 


- 


- 


56 


44 


197 


172 


26 


10 


15 


119 


128 


. 


• 


51 


44 


180 


187 


7/ 3 


6 


13 


98 


82 


. 


- 


31 


26 


135 


121 


10 


. 


. 


65 


61 


. 


. 


20 


26 


85 


87 


17 


^ 


. 


71 


65 


. 


. 


25 


7 


96 


72 


24 


* 


. 


103 


69 


. 


- 


24 


2 


127 


71 


31 


- 


> 


106 


96 


. 


- 


21 


1 


127 


97 


8/ 7 


. 


. 


83 


77 


- 


- 


9 


- 


92 


77 


14 


w 


. 


98 


101 


_ 


_ 


5 


6 


103 


107 


21 


. 


- 


67 


103 


. 


. 


2 


. 


69 


103 


28 


- 


- 


95 


75 


- 


- 


2 


- 


97 


75 



TOTAL 



6749 



5063 



1953 



2240 



45 



15 



778 



922 



9525 



8240 



Additional Shipments 1964-65 season: Mexico - Week ending Oct. 21st 1. Note - 1964-65 season 
figures following week ending 4/24/65 subject to correction; 1963-64 season corrected beginning 
week ending 4/4/54 thru week ending 8/29/64. •• Corresponding week last season. 



TABLE 3 



MIXED CITRUS - CARLOT RAIL SHIPMENTS 
BY WEEKS 



No Florida, or Texas - consolidated l.c.l. express shipments Included 1964-65 or 1963-64 season. 



Week 


! FLORIDA ! 


CALIFORNIA . j 


TEXAS 


1 
j 


ARIZONA 1 


TOTAL 


End- 

1 nff 


1 

1 '64-65 


•63-64* • 1 


'54-65 


' 63-64* •! 


.65 1 


64" 1 


'65 1 


'64 1 


'64-651 


'63-64** 


1964 






















9/ 5 


^ 


. 


38 


24 


- 


- 


- 


- 


38 


24 


12 


^ 


^ 


23 


18 


. 


- 


- 


- 


23 


18 


19 


^ 


^ 


18 


9 


. 


- 


- 


- 


18 


9 


26 


„ 


» 


14 


14 


- 


- 


- 


- 


14 


14 


10/3 
10 


- 


2 
9 


15 
10 


6 
4 


^ 


_ 


. 


: 


15 
10 


8 
13 


17 


3 


12 


2 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


14 


24 


4 


14 


8 


6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


12 


20 


31 


16 


26 


. 


8 


- 


- 


- 


2 


16 


36 


11/7 

14 


9 
33 


31 
27 


1 
1 


7 


^ 


. 


— 


1 
3 


10 
34 


39 
30 


21 


71 


58 




4 


1 


. 


2 


6 


74 


68 


28 


68 


47 


1 


3 


2 


- 


4 


7 


75 


57 


X2/5 
12 


61 


54 


9 


4 


4 


- 


4 


6 


78 


64 


152 


130 


11 


7 


- 


- 


2 


10 


165 


147 


19 


138 


50 


7 


11 


4 


1 


8 


2 


157 


64 


26 


93 


20 


3 


6 


2 


2 


5 


3 


103 


31 


1965 






















1/2 
9 


33 


27 


8 


11 


3 


2 


1 


3 


45 


43 


73 


35 


13 


11 


2 


2 


4 


3 


92 


51 


16 


76 


48 


14 


9 


1 


4 


5 


6 


96 


67 


23 


52 


48 


32 


10 


2 


- 


10 


5 


96 


63 


30 


58 


40 


27 


23 


3 


1 


4 


4 


92 


68 


2/ 6 


42 


27 


16 


13 


2 


- 


- 


4 


60 


44 


13 


54 


43 


23 


14 


- 


- 


L 


3 


78 


60 


20 


68 


45 


15 


17 


- 


- 


• 


4 


83 


66 


27 


52 


49 


22 


17 


- 


- 


- 


- 


74 


66 


3/ 6 


65 


23 


21 


18 


- 


- 


1 


3 


87 


44 


13 


64 


39 


24 


15 


- 


- 


2 


4 


90 


58 


20 


45 


25 


28 


13 


- 


- 


3 


4 


76 


42 


27 


47 


22 


26 


3 


- 


- 


4 


- 


77 


25 


4/ 3 


50 


37 


20 


5 


- 


- 


1 


6 


71 


48 


10 


52 


22 


8 


7 


. 


- 


3 


10 


63 


39 


IT 


65 


26 


10 


1 


- 


- 


5 


6 


80 


33 


24 


49 


30 


13 


5 


- 


- 


5 


8 


67 


43 


5/ 1 


39 


23 


7 


17 


- 


- 


5 


3 


51 


43 


8 


39 


24 


12 


32 


- 


- 


7 


8 


58 


64 


15 


18 


17 


12 


38 


- 


- 


2 


6 


32 


61 


22 


23 


12 


19 


42 


- 


. 


11 


12 


53 


66 


29 


6 


18 


26 


39 


. 


- 


10 


8 


42 


65 


6/5 
12 


6 


9 


44 


33 


- 


- 


10 


3 


60 


45 


6 


6 


58 


50 


. 


- 


12 


4 


76 


60 


19 


3 


3 


56 


55 


- 


- 


14 


6 


73 


64 


26 


3 


3 


61 


56 


. 


- 


9 


14 


73 


73 


7/ 3 


4 


4 


67 


48 


- 


- 


7 


- 


78 


52 


10 


2 


2 


47 


76 


- 


- 


1 


- 


50 


78 


17 






60 


72 


. 


. 


- 


- 


60 


72 


24 


_ 


_ 


62 


66 


- 


- 


- 


- 


62 


66 


31 


1 


. 


78 


70 


- 


- 


- 


- 


79 


70 


8/ 7 




• 


94 


70 


- 


- 


- 


- 


94 


70 


14 


M 


. 


57 


61 


- 


- 


- 


- 


57 


61 


21 


^ 


_ 


67 


64 


- 


- 


- 


- 


67 


64 


28 


- 


- 


60 


41 


— 


— 


— 


■ 


60 


41 


TOTAL 


1743 


1187 


1368 


1255 


26 


12 


162 


177 


3299 


2631 



Additional Shipments 1964-65 season: Mexico - Week ending Oct. 17th 1; Nov. 14th 1; 28th 1; 

Dec. 5th 2; Jan 16th 1; April 24th 1. Note - 1964-65 season figures following week ending 

4/24/65 subject to correction; 1963-64 season corrected beginning week ending 4/4/64 thru 
week ending 8/29/64. •• Corresponding Week last season. 



TABLE 4 



liXORIDA ^mCRP CAR ANALYSIS . ' RAIL SHIPMEMTS 
1964-65 SEASON 



VJeek 
Ending 



1964 



ORANQES 



QIIAPEFRUIT . 



I V/eek Ending 
I 



Season 
To-Date 



Week Ending.' i 
I 



Season 
To-Date 



TAKQERINES 
We 6k Ending 



% 



% 



I Season 
I To-Date 



Sept. 


5 


- 


- 


" 


* 








12 


- 


- 


~ 


" 


** 


~ 




19 


- 


- 


- 


■ 


• 


^ 




26 


. 


- 


- 


" 


• 


^ 


Oct. 


3 


- 


- 


- 


* 


" " 


~ 




10 


. 


• 


- 


- 


" 


" 




17 


• 


• 


- 


~ 


• 


** 




24 


'- 


- 


- 


- 


" 


• 




31 


. 


- 


- 


- 


" 


— 


Nov. 


7 


_'- 


- 


- 


- 


•■ 


*• 




14 


' - 


- 


- 


" 


" 


* 




21 


. 


- 


- 


- 


"• 


" 




28 


- 


- 


- 


- 


" 


— 


Dec. 


5 
12 


60.3 


48.4 


18.8 


31,1 


20.9 


20.5 




19 


60.9 


51.9 


21.9 


28.4 


17.2 


19.7 




26 


39.7 


50.4 


44.5 


30.4 


15.8 


19.2 


Jan. 


2 


54.5 


50.5 


45.5 


30.9 


- 


18.6 


1965 


9 


51.0 


50.6 


29.0 


30.6 


20.0 


18.8 




16 


46.1 


50.0 


44.3 


32.4 


9.6 


17.6 




23 


53.8 


50.3 


43.2 


33.3 


3.0 


16.4 




30 


52.0 


50.4 


40.4 


33.7 


7.6 


15.9 


Feb. 


6 


44.8 


50.1 


50.2 


34.7 


5.0 


15.2 




13 


41.2 


49.3 


57.1 


36.5 


1.7 


14.2 




20 


44.7 


49.0 


50.2 


37.6 


5.1 


13.4 




27 


47.7 


48.9 


49.5 


38.3 


2.8 


12.8 


Mar. 


6 


54.8 


49.3 


44.4 


38.7 


.8 


12.0 




13 


41.6 


48.8 


57.0 


40.1 


1.4 


11.1 




20 


27.2 


47.7 


72.1 


41.6 


.7 


10.7 




27 


28.9 


46.9 


71.0 


42.9 


.1 


10.2 


April 


3 


38.6 


46.1 


60.2 


44.5 


1.2 


9.4 




10 


38.0 


45.9 


- 62.0 


44.9 


- 


9.2 




17 


43.4 


45.8 


56.6 


45.6 


- 


8.6 




24 


41.3 


45.6 


58.5 


46.0 


.2 


8.4 


May 


1 


45.6 


45.6 


54.4 


46.2 


- 


8.2 




8 


47.0 


45.7 


53.0 


46.4 


_ '■■ 


7.9 




15 


49.0 


45.6 


51.0 


46.6 


- 


7.8 




22 


64.7 


45.8 


35.3 


46.4 


- 


7.8 




29 


57.2 


45.9 


. 42.8 


46.4 


_ 


7.7 


June 


5 


. 


45.9 


. 


46.4 


- 


7.7 




12 


. 


45.9 


. 


46.4 


- 


7.7 




19 


69.6 


45.9 


30.4 


46.4 


- 


7.7 




26 


69.6 


45.9 


30.4 


46.4 


- 


7.7 


July 


3 


86.1 


46.0 


13.9 


46.3 




7.7 




10 


26.9 


46.0 


73.1 


46.3 


. 


7.7 




17 


_ 


. 


«. 


» 


. 


. 




24 


_ 


_ 


• 


• 


. 


- 




31 


_ 


_ 


. 


• 


_ ■ 


- 


Aug. 


7 


- 


- 


. 


. 


- 


- 




14 


- 


- 


• 


. 


- 


- 




21 


. 


. 


• 


_ 


. 


. 




28 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Note - Figures 


not available 


week ending 


9/5/64 thru week 


ending 12/5/64. 





Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange 4 the Federal-State Market News Service. 



TABLE 5 



TOTAL FLORIDA CITRUS SHIPMENTS. RAIL-BOAT- TRUCK. BY WEfiKS - 1964-65 SEASON 



Includes the estimated proportion of 'mixed' cars 4 truck shipments - Intra 4 Interstate movement. 
Does not .Include any Florida consolidated l.c.l. express shipments. 



Week . 
Ending 



1964 



Q R A P E[p R U I T I T A N Q E R 
Rail 4 Boat I Truck # I Rail 4 Boat I Truck # I Rail 4 Boat 



Q R A[ N Q B 3 



n 



E S 



Truck# 



Cars 



Cars 



Cars 



Cars 



Cars 



Cars 



9/ 5 


- 


2 


- 


« 


" 


" 


12 


- 


2 


- 


m 


" 


" 


19 


- 


2' 


- 


- 


"■ 


" 


26 


- 


2 


- 


2 


- 


• 


10/3 


3 


71- 


2 


276 


" 


— 


10 


« 


89 


9 


414 


- 


"• 


17 


9 


205 


38 


557 


" 


1 


24 


23 


332 


83 


745 


- 


1 


31 


34 


546 


102 


775 


- 


5 


11/7 


47 


659 


101 


719 


1 


49 


14 


151 


764 


163 


740 


12 


174 


21 


206 


731 


165 


654 


52 


365 


28 


121 


528 


155 


463 


88 


332 


12/5 


140 


710 


193 


524 


120 


320 


12 


326 


758 


195 


508 


187 


484 


19 


310 


1267 


205 


701 


194 


650 


26 


186 


515 


254 


325 


125 


264 


1/ 2 


84 


233 


93 


185 


35 


140 


9 


214 


572 


244 


673 


117 


in 


16 


239 


690 


225 


711 


43 


167 


23 


257 


697 


253 


734 


9 


45 


30 


240 


783 


289 


767 


7 


14 


2/ 6 


231 


723 


231 


651 


4 


13 


13 


234 


673 


284 


666 


3 


10 


20 


241 


556 


294 


683 


7 


5 


27 


166 


513 


270 


657 


1 


2 


3/ 6 


203 


551 


301 


755 


- 


2 


13 


234 


462 


324 


779 


1 


2 


20 


166 


413 


328 


751 


- 


2 


27 


140 


399 


338 


740 


- 


1 


V 3 


176 


458 


327 


682 


1 


" 


10 


248 


472 


321 


657 


- 


1 


17 


256 


358 


327 


574 


- 


1 


24 


207 


361 


273 


483 


- 


• 


5/ 1 


245 


339 


296 


441 


- 


* 


8 


251 


258 


249 


316 


- 


" 


15 


264 


219 


174 


170 


- 


*• 


22 


266 


160 


173 


113 


- 


"• 


29 


187 


133 


112 


54 


~ 


— 


6/ 5 


114 


77 


40 


15 


- 


— 


12 


85 


35 


19 


6 


" 


" 


19 


86 


30 


15 


6 


" 


• 


26 


53 


29 


11 


3 


" 


" 


7/ 3 


24 


7 


7 


1 


- 


• 


10 


15 


13 


1 


1 


" 


" 


17 


11 


12 


- 


2 


~ 


" 


24 


12 


6 


- 


- 


" 


" 


31 


6 


2 


1 


- 


~ 


- 


8/ 7 


5 


5 


• 


1 


" 


" 


14 


7 


5 


- 


1 


• 


— 


21 


3 


3 


- 


1 


• 


— 


28 


5 


1 


- 


- 


" 


— 


9/ 4 


2 


- 


- 


- 


" 


" 



TOTAL 



6733 



17491 



7485 



19682 



1C07 



3527 



# Corrected. 

Florida truck data made available 
through the courtesy of the Citrus Inspection Division. Winter Haven. Florida. 



Note 



Week 
Ending 



TOTAL SHIPMENTS. FLORIDA CITRUS - BY WEEKS - 1964-65 & 1963-64 SEASONS 

Includes rail, boat, truck 4 'mixed' citrus broken down Into estimated proportion. 
Truck reduced to carlot equivalents on basis 500 boxes per car. No l.c.l. express 
included. Florida l.c.l. express- ^ by months. 1964-^5 season - see bottom of page. 

1 • ORAUnES I QRAPEPRU I T I TAKOE RIMS ' TOTiO, 



1964 

9/5 

12 
19 
26 

10/3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

11/7 
14 
21 
28 

12/5 
12 
19 
26 

1965 

1/ 2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

2/6 
13 
20 
27 

3/ 6 
13 
20 
27 

4/ 3 
10 
17 
24 

5/ 1 

e 

15 
22 

29 

6/ 5 
12 
19 
26 

7/ 3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

8/ 7 
14 
21 
28 

9/ 4 



r 



1964-65 [ 1963-64** 1964-65 j 



1963-64; * ' 



!2LL 



BERIMES 

■ -IQA 



1964-65 } 1963-64^1 1964-65 j 1963-64^* 



Cars 



Cars 



Cars 



Cars 



2 


- 


2 


2 


2 


10 


2 


15 


74 


76 


89 


186 


214 


254 


355 


382 


580 


434 


1C6 


534 


915 


412 


937 


650 


649 


381 


850 


697 


1084 


1113 


1577 


1043 


701 


334 


337 


573 


786 


488 


929 


522 


954 


653 


1023 


924 


954 


452 


907 


573 


797 


495 


679 


384 


754 


467 


696 


504 


579 


449 


539 


445 


634 


524 


720 


505 


614 


390 


588 


472 


604 


401 


509 


421 


483 


378 


426 


354 


320 


248 


191 


170 


120 


104 


116 


70 


82 


56 


31 


39 


28 


14 


23 


4 


18 


1 


8 


11 


10 


- 


12 


. 


6 


_ 


6 


- 


2 


- 



• ■ 


;110 


. ■•• 


422 


_ 


617 


2 


386 


278 


897 


423 


820 


595 


798 


828 


816 


877 


894 


820 


930 


903 


711 


819 


901 


618 


499 


717 


839 


703 


994 


906 


621 


579 


288 


278 


654 


917 


931 


936 


1064 


987 


934 


1056 


882 


882 


663 


950 


1010 


977 


955 


927 


792 


1056 


833 


1103 


781 


1079 


726 


1078 


. 687 


1009 


567 


978 


, 589 


901 


. 471 


756 


* 392 


737 


287 


565 


249 


344 


173 


286 


104 


166 


87 


55 


38 


25 


40 


21 


34 


14 


25 


8 


19 


2 


3 


2 


2 


1 


4 


1 


. 


1 


. 


1 


- 



Cars 



Cars 



Cars 



1 

1 

5 

50 

186 

417 

420 

640 

671 

844 

389 

175 

394 

210 

54 

21 

17 

13 

12 

3 

2 

3 

2. 

1 

1 

1 

1 



11 

45 
141 
272 

269 

668 
321 
610 
766 
531 
160 

223 

164 

51 

20 

11 

4 

6 

6 

5 

2 

5 



Cars 



2 


110 


2 


424 


2 


627 


4 


401 


352 


973 


512 


1006 


810 


1063 


1184 


1243 


1462 


1469 


1576 


1736 


2004 


1392 


2173 


2219 


1687 


1201 


2207 


2146 


2458 


2873 


3327 


2195 


1669 


782 


790 


1450 


2097 


1583 


2075 


1637 


1995 


1607 


2100 


1817 


1853 


1119 


1870 


1589 


1786 


1456 


1609 


1181 


1812 


1302 


1802 


1290 


1660 


1175 


1618 


1132 


1644 


1091 


1699 


1094 


1516 


861 


1344 


864 


1341 


688 


1074 


670 


827 


551 


712 


458 


486 


335 


246 


208 


145 


144 


137 


104 


96 


81 


39 


58 


30 


.17 


25 


■ 6 


18 


1 


9 


15 


11 


- 


13 


- 


7 


- 


6 


- 


2 


- 



TOTAL # 



24224 



17614 



27167 



25539 



4534 



4291 



55925 



47444 



# Not included above - 1964-65 season, l.c.l. express by months as follows (Carlot equivalent): 

October 2; November 103; December 929; January 296; February 294; March 261; April 142;May 37. 
Jb Corrected. *• Corresponding week last season. 



TABLE 7 



Week 
Ending 



:i964 

9/10 
17 
24 

10/1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

11/5 
12 
19 
26 

12/3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

1965 

1/7 
14- 
21 
28 

2/4 
11 
18 
25 

3/ 4 
11 
18 

25 

^8 

15 
22 
29 

5/6 
13 
20 
27 

6/ 3 
10 
17 
24 

''I 

15 
22 

29 

8/ 5 
12 
19 
26 

9/ 2 



CITRUS SHIPMENTS - TRUCK - ARIZONA. CALIFORNIA. TEXAS - BY WEEKS 

1,964-65 & 1963-64 SEASONS 

Carlot Equivalents - With weeks ending on Thursday 



I ARIZONA* 



GRAPEFRUIT 
1964-6511963-64 



CALIFORNIA/ 



- 


114 


• 


146 


122 


130 


82 


95 


83 


76 


82 


80 


58 


95 


44 


71 


46 


58 


47 


89 


84 


96 


69 


110 


85 


123 


68 


114 


91 


96 


73 


118 


73 


106 


78 


89 


80 


98 


68 


114 


67 


97 


92 


88 


64 


66 


59 


87 


55 


74 


54 


75 


77 


75 


76 


82 


75 


80 


69 


73 


66 


59 


91 


50 


78 


64 


54 


56 


51 


50 


42 


45 


57 


35 


62 


22 


- 


17 



ORA^'QES 



QRAFEFRUIT 



1964-65/63-64 1964-65/63-64 
*• • • 



94 


111 


111 


134 


127 


102 


105 


123 


80 


125 


88 


105 


68 


104 


62 


87 


35 


. 


39 


66 


66 


69 


151 


193 


204 


165 


299 


224 


302 


355 


117 


356 


95 


165 


117 


131 


189 


202 


223 


297 


206 


310 


237 


301 


260 


309 


249 


301 


273 


309 


280 


310 


304 


301 


299 


315 


332 


297 


317 


223 


255 


203 


260 


197 


281 


237 


195 


215 


180 


228 


203 


209 


175 


174 


170 


171 


133 


166 


151 


131 


111 


134 


94 


112 


93 


108 


91 


107 


116 


98 


102 


112 


110 


114 


110 


111 


142 


103 


129 


103 


133 


107 


125 


90 



11 

6 



e 

3 
3 



2 


3 


5 


5 


2 


7 


3 


4 


2 


5 


7 


7 


12 


7 


14 


12 


15 


19 


14 


22 


12 


20 


13 


26 


13 


29 


11 


38 


12 


25 


15 


43 


23 


40 


19 


36 


25 


31 


41 


31 


31 


42 


32 


52 


39 


67 


67 


69 


64 


72 


73 


65 


61 


62 


65 


41 


47 


46 


43 


32 


32 


20 


19 


15 


21 


14 


22 


19 


19 


19 


24 


20 


30 


22 


31 


27 


30 


22 


27 


21 



TEXAS 



0RAKQE3 I ORAPEFRUIT 



1964-65/63-64 1964-65/63-64 



34 


- 


80 


- 


41 


11 


95 


9 


47 


13 


68 


26 


56 


10 


104 


15 


85 


19 


152 


31 


99 


36 


1 


79 


60 


38 


84 


77 


36 


7 


65 


19 


25 


16 


115 


33 


31 


14 


172 


59 


41 


16 


151 


61 


49 


20 


142 


54 


47 


21 


111 


31 


38 


16 


94 


21 


40 


12 


95 


23 


46 


9 


87 


16 


34 


3 


79 


- 


31 


3 


81 


- 


19 


2 


44 


- 


13 


. 


29 


- 


8 


- 


15 


- 


5 


- 


18 


- 



TOTALS 



2524 



3213 



8688 9320 



1054 1171 



885 266 



1882 554 



• Arizona, truck Oranges - Unavailable by weeks. 



# Outbound Passings . 



IMPORTS: Mexico - C/L Equivalents Oranges - Dates inclusive Nov. 13, 1964 thru June 3, 1965 = 900, 
" " " " Grapefruit- November 3, 1964 thru December 10, 1964 = 41. 

** Corresponding week last season. 



TABLE 8 ",,.., 

UNLOADS. P ATT. ^ TRHCK - ORAKQES - A1 D. S. CITIES & 5 CANADIAN CITIES 
...... PROM SEPT. 1 , T9fi4 THRU J ULY ^1 . 196fS - Bg STATES OP ORIQI.N 

Carlotr rati- include bp.at - Truck 4 boat converte d to carlot equivalents on basis 500 boxes. 

I 



Cities 



FLORIDA, 



I 



Rail 



Truck 



CALIF. 



I 



Rail 



Truck 



ARIZONA 



I 



Rail 



Truck 



TEXAS 



I 



Rail 



Truck 



MEXICO 



Rail 



Truck 



TOTAL 



Rail 



Truck 



Albany, N. Y. 


2 


94 


183 


23 


1 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


186 


119 


Atlanta, Oa. 


1 


723 


5 


33 


- 


• 


- 


7 


- 


2 


6 


765 


Baltl;nore, "Md. # 


386 


338 


280 


33 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


673 


371 


Birmingham, Ala. 


7 


406 


2 


40 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9 


447 


Boston, Mass. # 


298 


332 


1628 


3 


61 


- 


1 


- 


" 


- 


1988 


335 


BuTfalo, N.Y. # 


28 


207 


319 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


347 


212 


Chicago, 111. # 


575 


504 


1509 


156 


81 


38 


- 


3 


17 


14 


2282 


715 


Cincinnati, 0, 


133 


180 


217 


31 


4 


- 


- 


1 


4 


4 


358 


216 


Cleveland, 0. # 


29 


357 


660 


23 


14 


- 


- 


- 


4 


7 


707 


387 


Columbia, S.C. 


46 


396 


4 


19 


3 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


53 


416 


Dallas, Tex. 


• 


76 


6 


278 


1 


37 


- 


140 


- 


56 


7 


587 


Denver, Colo. 


- 


33 


6 


554 


- 


17 


1 


40 


- 


24 


7 


668 


Detroit, Mlch.# 


231 


228 


1125 


59 


116 


5 


- 


- 


8 


4 


1480 


296 


Ft. Worth, Tex. 


. 


21 


• 


98 


1 


5 


- 


22 


- 


14 


1 


160 


Hous ton , Tex . 


. 


67 


2 


188 


. 


60 


- 


63 


- 


27 


2 


405 


Indianapolis, Ind . 


5 


240 


137 


71 


5 


1 


- 


2 


- 


1 


147 


315 


Kansas City, Mo. 


- 


106 


15 


287 


2 


26 


- 


9 


- 


2 


17 


430 


Los Angeles, Cal. 


2 


37 


1 


3336 


- 


235 


- 


4 


3 


103 


6 


371b 


Louisville, Ky. 


21 


277 


60 


29 


3 


2 


- 


1 


- 


1 


64 


310 


Memphis, Tenn. 


60 


175 


22 


78 


6 


1 


2 


18 


- 


7 


90 


279 


Miami, Pla. 


. 


660 


3 


70 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


730 


Milwaukee, Wise. 


16 


93 


266 


113 


15 


9 


- 


1 


- 


1 


297 


217 


Knpls-St. Paul, Minn. 


5 


50 


217 


254 


11 


13 


1 


3 


- 


4 


234 


324 


Nashville. Tenn. 


19 


113 


3 


19 


- 


- 


. 


5 


- 


- 


22 


137 


New Orleans, La. # 


16 


402 


2 


80 


1 


1 


. 


3 


. 


20 


19 


506 


NewYo rkC i ty- Newark/ 
Philadelphia, Pa.# 


2217 


1593 


3912 


15 


117 


- 


4 


- 


4 


5 


6254 


1613 


968 


897 


1332 


51 


45 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


2346 


949 


Pittsburgh. Pa. 


132 


255 


791 


11 


94 


2 


4 


- 


- 


- 


1021 


268 


Portland, Ore. 


• 


9 


125 


538 


. 


> 


2 


6 


2 


14 


129 


567 


Providence, R.I. 


6 


36 


116 


. 


2 


. 


- 


- 


. 


- 


124 


36 


St. Louis, Mo. 


13 


159 


213 


346 


1 


18 


7 


4 


4 


10 


238 


537 


SaltLakeClty, Utah 


. 


4 


10 


336 


- 


3 


- 


2 


- 


8 


10 


353 


San Antonio, Tex. 


. 


17 


. 


129 


. 


16 


. 


102 


. 


96 


- 


360 


San Prancisco-Oakland 


- 


5 


6 


1959 


. 


5 


- 


- 


2 


22 


8 


1991 


Seattle-Tacoma, Wash. 


2 


13 


272 


519 


8 


6 


- 


3 


- 


5 


282 


546 


Washington, D.C. # 


43 


397 


208 


19 


- 


. 


- 


- 


. 


- 


251 


416 


Wichita, Kansas 


- 


1 


2 


77 


1 


1 


- 


8 


- 


- 


3 


87 



TOTAL 



5261 



9501 



13759 



9879 



600 



506 



23 



447 



48 



452 



19691 



20785 



Montreal, Que., Can.# 
Ottawa. Ont.,Can. # 
Toronto, Ont.Can.# 
Vancouver. B.C.,Can.# 
Winnipeg, Man., Can. # 



4 


382 


896 


12 


68 


- 


1 


- 


44 


. 


1015 


394 


- 


11 


153 


2 


1 


- 


1 


. 


3 


. 


158 


13 


45 


258 


1045 


85 


6 


4 


. 


- 


77 


1 


1173 


348 


2 


2 


157 


312 


15 


1 


3 


1 


. 


4 


177 


320 


1 


6 


135 


62 


7 


1 


- 


1 


5 


45 


148 


115 



TOTAL 



52 



659 



2388 



473 



97 



129 



50 



2671 



1190 



/Additional UNLOADS - RAIL - UNITED STATES: New York City-Newark - Unknown 213. 
CANADA - Montreal -Unknown 487; Ottawa-Unknown 36; Toronto-Unknown 197; Vancouver-Unknown 328; 
Winnipeg-Unknown 113; Total 1161. 

/Additional UNLOADS - TRUCK - UNITED STATES: Baltimore, Md. -Unknown 2; Boston, Mass-Unknown 7 
Buffalo, N.Y. -Unknown 1; Chicago. III. -Unknown 5;Cleveland,0. -Unknown 2; Detroit, Mich. -Unknown 4; 
New Orleans. La. -Unknown 5; Philadelphia, Pa. -Unknown 2;Washlngton D.C. -Unknown l;Total 29. 
CANADA - Ottawa, On t. -Unknown 18; Toronto, Ont. -Unknown 374; Total 392. 

/Additional UNLOADS not Included In total. 



TABLE 9 - 9 - 

UNIOADS. RAIL A TRUCK - QRAPEPRUIT - 4-1 U. S. CITIES & 5 CAWADIAM CITIES 
PROM SEPT. 1 . 1964 - JULY 31 . 1965 - BY STATE OP ORIGIN 
Carlots rail Include boat - Truck 4 boat converted to carlot equivalents on basis 500 boxes. 



Cities 



I FLORIDA I 
I Rail I 
1 Truck I 



CALIP. I ARIZONA | TEXAS j 



MEXICO 



TOTAL 



Rail j Rail j Rail | Rail 

Truck) Truck I Truck] Truck j 



Rail 



Truck 



Albany, N. Y. 
Atlanta, Oa. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Boston, Mass. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Chicago, 111. 
Cincinnati, 0. 
Cleveland, 0. 
Columbia, S. C. 
Dallas, Tex. 
Denver, Colo. 
Detroit, Mich. 
Ft. Worth, Tex. 
Houston, Tex. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Los Angeles, Cal. 
Louisville, Ky. 
Memphis, Tenn. 
Miami, Fla. 
Milwaukee, Wise. 
Mnpls-St.Paul, Minn. 
Nashville, Tenn. 
New Orleans, La. 
New York City, Newark25e0 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Portland, Ore. 
5'rovldence, R.I. 
St. Louis, Mo. 
SaltLakeCity, Utah 
San Antonio, Tex. 
San Pranclsco-Oakland 
Seattle-Tacoma, Wash. 
Washington, D. C. 
Wichita, Kansas # 



1 


172 


5 


4 


- 


• 


- 


. 


. 


374 


5 


18 


6 


15 


- 


. 


219 


221 


13 


6 


25 




- 


- 


- 


162 


- 


13 


" 


6 


- 


- 


b4i 


403 


60 




33 




- 


• 


30 


303 


9 


1 


10 


• 


- 


• 


■/OS 


597 


52 


37 


51 


22 


- 


21 


130 


196 


25 


3 


21 




3 


3 


41 


454 


12 


1 


20 


. 


5 


3 


1 


143 


- 


8 


4 


3 


- 


. 


- 


82 


- 


58 


- 


11 


- 


213 


i 


251 


- 


63 


- 


8 


- 


94 


366 


325 


23 


6 


30 


2 


1 


2 


- 


17 


- 


13 


1 


1 


- 


47 


- 


24 


- 


25 


- 


13 


> 


59 


5 


250 


1 


5 


5 


> 


2 


9 


1 


347 


2 


19 


2 


23 


4 


27 


2 


387 


2 


439 


1 


841 


- 


91 


15 


209 


. 


4 


5 


5 


- 


- 


. 


149 


. 


13 


5 


12 


- 


10 


. 


683 


. 


6 


3 


1 


- 


- 


17 


252 


10 


5 


1 


2 


1 


2 


48 


292 


2 


15 


4 


5 


- 


56 


3 


73 


- 


8 


4 


1 


- 


9 


1 


155 


3 


19 


1 


2 


. 


1 


580 


1830 


172 


- 


73 


. 


. 


. 


665 


661 


43 


. 


95 


1 


. 


- 


227 


301 


20 


4 


41 


. 


3 


2 


72 


60 


5 


80 


14 


52 


- 


52 


12 


110 


- 


• 


- 


- 


- 


. 


16 


331 


- 


15 


12 


17 


1 


6 


. 


116 


1 


33 


. 


30 


. 


99 


. 


11 


- 


39 


- 


3 


. 


83 


2 


305 


. 


251 


3 


186 


- 


24 


169 


51 


21 


98 


15 


24 


. 


41 


24 


354 


22 


5 


3 


- 


. 


- 


- 


18 


- 


7 


. 


- 


- 


36 



1 


6 


177 


_ 


11 


407 


• 


257 


227 


. 


- 


181 


• 


634 


403 


« 


49 


304 


1 


806 


678 




179 


202 


_ 


78 


458 


. 


5 


154 


1 


- 


365 


• 


1 


416 


1 


420 


336 


• 


1 


78 


- 


- 


121 


- 


13 


264 


. 


9 


416 


1 


5 


1759 


- 


20 


218 


- 


5 


184 


- 


3 


690 


1 


29 


262 


4 


54 


372 


. 


7 


■ 91 


- 


5 


177 


1 


2825 


1831 


. 


803 


662 


. 


291 


307 


. 


91 


244 


. 


12 


110 


2 


29 


371 


- 


1 


278 


9 


. 


145 


3 


5 


769 


- 


205 


214 


. 


49 


359 


• 


_ 


61 



TOTAL 



5892 



10669 



508 488 20 

1321 1286 990 



25 



6908 



14291 



Montreal, Que., Can.# 10 
Ottawa, Ont., Can. 

Toronto, Ont., Can.# 49 

Vancouver, B.C., Can. 131 

Winnipeg, Man., Can. 3 



798 


76 


. 


41 


. 


. 


- 


131 


8 


. 


• 


- 


. 


- 


911 


68 


2 


18 


1 


3 


- 


28 


8 


40 


3 


. 


1 


1 


153 


8 


1 


2 


1 




9 



131 


798 


8 


131 


138 


914 


143 


69 


15 


168 



TOTAL 



193 



168 



64 



435 



2021 



43 



10. 



2080 



# Additional UNLOADS - RAIL - UNITED STATES - None. CANADA-Montreal - Others Unknown 47. 

Wichita, Kansas-Others Unknown 2. 



# Additional UNLOADS - TRUCK - UNITED STATES 
CANADA - Toronto, Ont. -Others Unknovm 7. 



# Additional UNLOADS not included In total, 



TABLE 10 



lu - 



nmOADS. RAir. A TRDCK - TAWOERINES - A ^ V. S. CITIES & 5 CANADIAN CITIES 
BROM SEPT. 1 ■ IQfiA THRU JULY ^1 ■ 1965 - BY STATES OP ORIOIN 
Carl ots rail Include boat - Truck & boat converted to carlot equivalents on basis 500 boxes 

' { FLORIDA i^CALIP^ JAggONA I TEXAS ! MEXICO \_ TOTAL 

Cities 



I 



Rail 



Truck 



I 



Rail 



Truck 



Albany, N, Y. 
Atlanta, Oa. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Boston, Mass. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Chicago, 111. 
Cincinnati, 0. 
Cleveland, 0. 
Columbia, S. C. 
Dallas, Tex. 
Denver, Colo. 
Detroit, Mich. 
Ft. Worth, Tex. 
Houston, Tex. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Los Angeles, Cal. 
Louisville, Ky. 
Memphis, Tenn. 
Miami, Pla. 
Milwaukee, Wise. 
Mnpls-St.Paul, Minn. 
Nashville, Tenn, 
New Orleans, La. 
New York City-Newark 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Portland, Ore. 
Providence, R.I. 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Salt Lake City. Utah 
San Antonio, Tex. 
San Francisco-Oakland 
Seattle-Tacoma, Wash. 
V/ashlngton, D. C. 
Wichita, Kans. 



Rail 



Hail 



Truck 



Truck 



Rail 



Truck 



Rail 



Truck 





34 


^ 


« 


. 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


. 


34 


- 


81 


^ 


2 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


84 


35 


80 


» 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


35 


80 


1 


43 


^ 


5 


• 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


48 


62 


124 


16 


1 


4 


- 


- 


- 


3 


- 


85 


125 


13 


69 




. 


_ 


- 


. 


- 


- 


» 


13 


69 


67 


177 


7 


14 


1 


3 


- 


- 


8 


32 


83 


226 


22 


40 




2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


4 


25 


46 


11 


102 


1 




1 


1 


- 


- 


2 


5 


15 


108 


2 


57 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


57 




16 


. 


22 


. 


1 


- 


1 


- 


13 


- 


53 


_ 


20 


« 


17 


. 


- 


- 


3 


- 


10 


- 


50 


R2 


95 


7 


1 


. 


. 


- 


- 


3 


7 


92 


103 




8 


_ 


5 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


- 


17 


_ 


2 


- 


10 


- 


3 


- 


5 


- 


8 


- 


28 


2 


43 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


46 




24 


. 


10 


. 


3 


- 


- 


- 


3 


- 


40 


_ 


2 


• 


461 


- 


104 


- 


- 


- 


7 


- 


574 


7 


38 


. 




. 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


38 


3 


30 ■ 


- 


10 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


40 


. 


86 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


89 


2 


35 


. 




- 


. 


- 


- 


- 


2 


2 


37 


. 


35 


1 


9 


- 


. 


- 


1 


- 


3 


1 


48 


2 


14 




. 


- 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


14 


3 


34 


. 


10 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


3 


3 


49 


270 


364 


7 


2 


4 




- 


- 


11 


6 


292 


372 


102 


187 


6 


2 


2 


. 


- 


- 


1 


- 


111 


189 


66 


98 


6 


- 


3 


2 


- 


- 


2 


- 


77 


100 


_ 


3 


1 


29 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


34 


4. 


21 


. 




- 




- 


- 


1 


- 


5 


21 


1 


51 


. 


9 


- 


3 


- 


- 


2 


9 


3 


72 


. 


4 


- 


14 


- 


4 


- 


. 


- 


2 


- 


24 


- 


1 


- 


16 


- 


. 


- 


8 


- 


39 


- 


64 


- 




- 


97 


- 


18 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


116 


4 


1 


1 


28 


- 


- 


- 


. 


- 


2 


5 


31 


4- 


74 


- 




- 


- 


- 


. 


- 


- 


4 


74 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


. 


- 


4 


- 


- 


- 


6 



TOTAL 



■^5 



2093 



53 



784 



15 



145 



22 



36 



162 



869 



3206 



Montreal, Que., Can. 
Ottawa, Ont., Can. 
Toronto, Ont., Can.j^ 
Vancouver, B.C., Can. 
VJlnnlpeg , Man . , C an . 



3 


93 


4 


1 


8 


. 


13 


100 


7 



9 


. 


16 


93 


• 


- 


1 


8 


41 


3 


61 


105 


.. 


V 


• 


— 


. 


7 


- 


10 



TOTAL 



17 



11 



202 



50 



10 



78 



216 



# Additional UNLOADS - RAIL - UNITED STATES - None. CANADA - Toronto - Unknown 6. 

# Additional UNLOADS - TRUCK - UNITED STATES - None. CANADA - Toronto - Unknown 4. 

# Additional ONLOADS not Included in total. 



TABLE 11 - 11 - 

UNLOADS. RAIL A TRUCK - MIXED CITRUS - 41 U. S. CITIES & 5 CANADIAN CITIES 
PROM SEPT. 1. 1964 THRU JULY 31. 1965 - BY STATES OP ORIQIN 
Carlots rail include boat - Truck & boat converted to carlot equivalents on basis SCO boxes. 



Cities 



I- 



PLORIDA I CALIP. I ARIZONA I TEXAS \ MEXICO 



Rail 



4- 



Truck 



Albany, N. Y. 1 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Baltimore, Md. 178 
Blnningham, Ala. 
Boston, Mass. 
Buffalo, If. Y. 
Chicago, 111. 
Cincinnati, 0. 
Cleveland, 0. 
Columbia, S. C. 
Dallas, Tex. 
Denver, Colo. 
Detroit, Mich. 
Pt. Worth, Tex. 
Houston, lex. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Los Angeles, Cal. 
Louisville, Ky. 20 
Memphis, Tenn. 
Miami, Pli. 
Milwaukee, Wise. 
^5npls-St. Paul, Minn. 
Nashville, Tenn. 
Mew Orleans, La. 
New York City-Newark 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Portland, Or?. 
Providence, R. I. 
St. Louis, Mo. 13 
Salt Lake City, Utah 
San Antonio, Tex. 
SanPranclsco, Oakland 
Seattle-Tacoma, Wash. 
Washington, D. C. 23 
Wichita, Kans. 



j Rail I Rail | Rail | Rail 

I Truck I Truck I Truck j Truck 



-f- 



TOTAL 



Rail 



18 
41 



- 


- 


1 


6 


9 


2 


2 


_ 


7 


2 


. 


- 


. 


1 


- 


619 


- 


132 


114 


. 


12 


91 


1 


32 



36 



5 

3 

20 



1 
26 



19 

219 



89 


- 


37 


- 


11 


. 


. 


- 


- 


. 


137 


7 


- 


16 


. 


1 


. 


. 


- 


. 


. 


24 


84 


. 


76 


. 


8 


. 


1 


. 


1 


- 


170 


47 


- 


3 


- 


1 


. 


1 


- 


1 


- 


53 


4 


• 


10 


. 


1 


. 


. 


- 


- 


- 


15 


5 


- 


4 


- 


- 


8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


. 


• 


1 


- 


« 


_ 


- 


. 


. 


. 


1 


47 


- 


33 


- 


9 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


eg 


• 


_ 


2 


3 


_ 


_ 


. 


2 


• 


- 


2 


1 


- 


8 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10 



29 



Truck 



1 


- 


8 


14 


9 


- 


2 


- 


- 


1 


759 


- 


129 


- 


143 


1 


1 


« 


42 


~ 


7 


- 


59 


- 



TOTAL 



1353 



480 



11 



70 30 
8 8 2 



1937 



29 



Montreal, Que., Can. 
Ottawa, Ont., Can. 
Toronto, Ont., Can. 
Vancouver, B.C.,Can.# 
Winnipeg, Man. , Can. 



TOTAL 



# Additional UNLOADS - RAIL - UrOTED STATES - None. CANADA - Vancouver-Unknown 1. 

# Additional UNLOADS - TRUCK - UNITED STATES - Hone. CANADA - None. 



# Additional ONLOADS not Included In total. 



TABLE 12 



FLORIDA FRUIT PROCESSED - BY WEEKS AND TOTALS TO-DATE 
1964-65 SEASON 



Week 
Ending 



1964 



T 



ORANGES* # 



QRAPEFRUIT^ j 



TANGERINES 



I Boxes Used I Totals To-Datel Boxes Used I Totals To-Datel Boxes Used | Totals To-Date 



9/ 6 


• 


_ 


• 


- 


" 


" 


13 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20 


. 


- 


- 


- 


• 


" 


27 


V 


. 


354 


354 


• 


- 


10/ 4 


5,016 


5.016 


19.757 


20.111 


- 


- 


11 


24,457 


29,473 


68,403 


88,514 


- 


- 


18 


47,405 


"76,878 


124,302 


212,816 


- 


- 


25 


94,716 


171 ,594 


287,352 


500,168 


- 


-' 


11/ 1 


206.220 


377,814 


425,419 


925,587 


73 


73 


8 


368,570 


746,384 


492,994 


1,418.581 


2,402 


2,475 


15 


554,463 


1,300,847 


515.460 


1.934.041 


14,727 


17,202 


22 


625,071 


1,925,918 


500,574 


2,434.615 


49,064 


66,266 


29 


593.392 


2,519,310 


480.178 


2.914,793 


48,819 


115,085 


12/ 6 


902,964 


3,422.274 


705,713 


3.620.506 


94,825 


209,910 


13 


1,300,531 


4.722.805 


564,048 


4.184.554 


126,739 


336,649 


20 


2,141,247 


6,864,052 


527.858 


4,712,412 


205.587 


542,236 


27 


1.543.650 


8,407,702 


326.164 


5,038,576 


84,609 


626,845 


iq<j5 














1/ 3 


2,681,655 


11.089,357 


449.678 


5,488.254 


80.190 


707,035 


10 


2,979.760 


14,069,117 


737.254 


6,225,508 


143,390 


850,425 


17 


2,577.092 


16,446,189 


581 .809 


6,807,317 


91 .866 


942.291 


24 


3.627.828 


20,274,017 


639.317 


7,446,634 


105.828 


1,048,119 


31 


4,094,283 


24,368,300 


599.345 


8,045,979 


52.443 


1,100,562 


2/ 7 


3.796,024 


28,164,324 


507.371 


8.553.350 


23.615 


1,124.177 


14 


3,653,997 


31,818.321 


553,279 


9,106,629 


18.544 


1,142,721 


21 


3.313,792 


35,132,113 


685.996 


9.792,625 


8,652 


1,551,373 


28 


2.031,722 


37,165,835 


636.656 


10,429,281 


7.729 


1,159.102 


3/ 7 


1,751.313 


38,915,148 


1.011.467 


11.440,749 


8.432 


1,167,534 


14 


1,163,339 


40,078.487 


1.067.470 


12,508,218 


779 


1,168,313 


21 


1,228.468 


41,306,955 


753.905 


13,262,123 


31 


1,168,344 


28 


1,470.962 


42.777,917 


676.811 


13,938.934 


360 


1,168,704 


4/ 4 


2,692.663 


45,470,580 


435.936 


14,374,870 


232 


1,168,936 


11 


3,293,958 


48,764,538 


389.018 


14,763,888 


77 


1,169,013 


18 


3,262.524 


52,027,062 


323.904 


15.087,792 


- 


1,169,013 


25 


2.989.102 


55,016.164 


251.667 


15,339,459 


109 


1,169,122 


5/ 2 


3,459.562 


58,475.726 


221,018 


15,560,477 


- 


1,169,122 


9 


3.179.961 


61.655.687 


149.473 


15,709.950 


133 


1,169.255 


16 


2.860.893 


64.516.580 


108.329 


15.818.279 


- 


1.169,255 


23 


2. 271. 308 


66,787.888 


97,556 


15.915.835 


- 


1,169,255 


30 


1.546.880 


58.334,768 


68.163 


15.983.998 


• 


1,169,255 


6/ 6 


464.317 


68,799,085 


30.693 


16.014.691 


- 


1,169,255 


13 


170.789 


68,969,874 


16,790 


16,031.481 


- 


1,169,255 


20 


122.074 


69,091,948 


11.112 


16.042,593 


- 


1,169,255 


27 


79.647 


69,171,595 


4.354 


16,046,947 


. 


1,169,255 


7/ 4 


29.133 


69,200,728 


1.918 


16.048,865 


• 


1,169,255 


11 


11.286 


69,212,014 


1.467 


16.050,332 


_ 


1,169,255 


18 


8.051 


69,220.065 


392 


16.050.724 


_ 


1.169,255 


26 


5.010 


69,225,075 


158 


16.050,882 


... 


1,169,255 


31 


3.491 


69,228,566 


385 


16,051,267 


- 


1,169,255 






69,228,566 




16,051,267 • 




1.169,255 



• Includes Temples. # Does not include Florida fruit processed out of state. Oranges 116,651 

boxes; Grapefruit 83 boxes. 
Imports: Oranges - Week of November 11, 1964 - Haiti 3803 Boxes. 



Made Available 
through the courtesy of the Florida Citrus Marketing Agreement Committee 

Lakeland, Florida 



TABLE 12 



13 



FLORIDA PRUIT PROCESSED - BY WEEKS AND TOTALS TO-DATE 
1964-65 SEASON - CONTINDED 



Week 
Ending 



TANOEL S 



M U R C T T S 



Boxes Used 



I 



Totals To-Da^;e 



Boxes Used 



Totals To-Date 



1964 

9/ 6 
13 
20 
27 

10/ 4 
11 
18 
25 

11/ 1 

8 

15 

22 

29 

12/ 6 
13 
20 
27 

196^ 



1/ 



2/ 



3/ 



4/ 



5/ 



6/ 



7/ 



3 
10 
17 
24 
31 

7 
14 
21 
23 

7 
14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
16 
25 

2 

9 
16 
23 
20 

6 
13 
20 
27 

4 
11 
18 
25 
31 



19 


19 


- 


19 


320 


339 


828 


1,167 


4,906 


6,073 


11,057 


17,130 


26,141 


43,271 


18,792 


62,063 


21,715 


83,778 


17,534 


101,312 


13,394 


114,706 


3,1C8 


117,814 


6.268 


124,082 


8,321 


132,403 


9,402 


141 ,805 


12,171 


153,976 


12,022 


165,998 


9.241 


175,239 


1,023 


176,272 


9.245 


185,517 


5,916 


191,433 


792 


192,225 


1,079 


193,304 


229 


193,533 


269 


193,802 


130 


193.932 


- 


193,932 


208 


194,140 


- 


194,140 


- 


194,140 


• 


194.140 


• 


194,140 


- 


194,140 


100 


194,240 


- 


194,240 


- 


194,240 


- 


194,240 


- 


194,240 


- 


194,240 


- 


• • -194,240 


. 


194,240 


- 


194,240 


- 


194,240 



116 
492 
111 



1.813 

975 

3,161 

11,228 

15,950 

10,282 

13,773 

5,353 

3,142 

1,318 

563 

854 

79 

185 

1.295 



146 



141 

51 
80 



116 
6C8 
719 

719 
2.532 
3,507 
6.668 
17,896 
33.846 
44,128 
57,901 
63,254 
66 , 396 
67,714 
68,277 
69,131 
69,210 
69 , 395 
70.690 
70.690 
70.690 
70,836 
70,836 
70,836 
70,977 
70,977 
71,028 
71,108 
71.1C8 
71,108 
71 , 108 
71,108 
71,108 
■71.108 



194,240 



71,108 



Made Available 
through the courtesy of Florida Citrus Marketing Agreement Committee 

Lakeland, Florida 



TABLE 13 



Week 
Ending 



1964- 



1965 



- 14 - 

yRESH CITRUS - FLORIDA EXfORTS 

BY WEEKS - 1964-65 SEASON 

- Standard Box Basis - 



EXPORTS 



C o m m e f c""l a 1 



ORANGES 



479 



100 



1,436 
l.COO 

603 
5,813 
16,440 
11.441 
8.901 
1.282 
4,086 
1.100 
9.706 
3,500 

463 
3.725 

900 
1.400 
1,500 



QRAPEPROIT 



_ 


1.034 


• 


7,749 


• 


12,858 


. 


16.152 


50 


21.607 


9 


22,700 


35 


12.889 


528 


15.805 


1.529 


4.786 


400 


1.363 


1,231 


4.533 


1,486 


950 


1.108 


4.517 



2,633 
127 



5.275 

12,743 

11,490 

5.905 

4,317 

3.383 

5.344 

2.575 

2.425 

1.862 

1,100 

30 



Government 



ORANGES 



GRAPEFRUIT 



528 
3,663 
1.243 
3,766 
3,255 
6.053 
238 
713 
5.420 

3.505 



1.147 

725 

3.182 

1.189 

4,691 

525 

588 

4,321 

1.053 

729 

4.159 

4.044 

215 

1.411 

3.824 
3.157 
1.506 
4.457 

357 
3.174 

450 



528 

525 

1.016 

1,311 

1,031 

742 

1.438 

710 

528 

1,142 

988 



560 
504 
434 
793 
1.376 

591 
900 
528 
546 
894 
821 
528 
175 

1.669 
135 

1.411 

1.272 

1.075 



TOTAL 



80.251 



186.152 



73.288 



24,171 



Made available 
thru the courtesy of the State Inspection Citrus Office. Winter Haven. Florida 



TABLE 14 



- 15 - 

UNITED STATES EXFORTS OP FRESH ORAMOES & TANOERINES - BY MONTHS 

JULY 1964 thru JUNE 1965 

84-lb. Boxes 



COUNTRY 



YEAR 



I I II I 

JULY ' AUGUST ' SEPTEMBER ' OCTOBER ' NOVEMBER [DECEMBER 



1964 



Bahamas 


954 


911 


596 


625 


283 


303 


Belgium-Luxembourg 


2,989 


99,213 


- 


75,230 


- 


- 


Bermuda 


356 


40 


147 


157 


230 


131 


Canada 


201,446 


167,926 


135.869 


105,945 


147,721 


403.555 


Denmark 


440 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Finland 


- 


- 


- 


- 


167 


- 


Prance 


- 


• 


- 


- 


- 


1,386 


Oennany, West 


- 


- 


. 


- 


262 


14 


Hong Kong 


77.502 


77,198 


47,441 


15,623 


7.695 


7,253 


Ireland 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Japan 


1,164 


2,962 


2,896 


2,408 


163 


1,206 


Malaya & Singapore 


1,865 


202 


262 


- 


- 


- 


Mexico 


12.922 


13.076 


13,231 


11,455 


6,817 


9,385 


Nans el 4 Narapo 


1,313 


520 


. 


- 


- 


- 


Netherlands 


1,717 


145,413 


1.057 


115,082 


112 


382 


Netherland Antilles 


290 


137 


133 


161 


2,211 


3.939 


New Zealand 


- 


. 


43 


- 


- 


- 


Norway 


8,546 


6.995 


3,832 


396 


333 


- 


Philippines, Rep. of 


2.394 


7,369 


1,379 


- 


- 


167 


Sweden 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


• 


Switzerland 


917 


2,201 


- 


- 


- 


- 


United Kingdom 


- 


1,375 


- 


- 


- 


1,650 


Others 


304 


212 


728 


229 


643 


234 



TOTALS 



315,119 



525,750 



207.614 



327.311 166,637 



429.615 



COUNTRY 



YEAR 



JANUARY I FEBRUARY 
I 



I MARCH 
I 



1 r 

I APRIL I 
J L 



MAY 



1 

I JUI^ 



1965 



Bahamas 


95 


167 


517 


1.832 


3,088 


1,790 


Belgium-Luxembourg 


- 


- 


14,998 


29.302 


59,547 


67,212 


Bermuda 


109 


132 


345 


134 


445 


168 


Canada 


220.110 


279,997 


408.030 


299 ,885 


317,419 


274,832 


Denmark 


. 


352 


440 


893 


1,988 


4,947 


Finland 


_ 


62 


661 


. 


69,155 


198 


Prance 


. 


- 




24.389 


- 


36.865 


Oennany, West 


. 


. 


81 


- 


3,941 


7.946 


Hong Kong 


62.238 


24.333 


82.460 


55.522 


104,822 


75.483 


Ireland 


. 


- 


330 


992 


145.170 


- 


Japan 


1.926 


1.218 


4.981 


4,324 


3,308 


4,637 


Mayala 4 Singapore 


. 


. 


2,256 


3,510 


2,031 


4.224 


Mexico 


9,724 


3,449 


1,977 


276 


4,163 


9.577 


Nans el & Nampo 


1,958 


853 


2,660 


2,774 


4,383 


5,714 


Netherlands 


- 


476 


12,915 


58 ,647 


21.824 


183,514 


Netherland Antilles 


109 


856 


1,898 


3,604 


4,818 


3.372 


New Zealand 


- 


. 


- 


- 


22,024 


- 


Norway 


. 


. 


13.008 


15,020 


18,403 


15.306 


Philippines, Rep. of 


4,336 


2,675 


2,415 


6.861 


7,085 


3.846 


Sweden 


. 


- 


12,408 


7,879 


- 


4.914 


Switzerland 


- 


444 


. 


- 


. 


- 


United Kingdom 


. 


24 


5,452 


13.565 


16,725 


3.882 


Others 


433 


806 


502 


694 


1,300 . 


13,059 



TOTALS 



301.038 



315,844 



568,334 



530.103 811,639 



721,486 



Foreign Agricultural Service, U. S. Dept. of Agriculture. Washington. D. C. 



TABLE 14 



- 16 - 

UNITED STATES EXPORTS OP FRESH ORAPEPRaiT -BY MONTHS 

JULY 1964 thru JONE 1965 

78-lb. Boxes 



COUNTRY 



YEAR 



I I 

I JULY I 
I I 



I 



AUGUST 



I I 

SEPTEMBER I OCTOBER I 



NOVEMBER I DECEMBER 
I 



Austria 
Bahamas 

Belgium-Luxembourg 
Bermuda 
Canada 
Denmark 
Finland 
Prance 

Germany, West 
Hong Kong 
Ireland 
Japan 

Malaya 4 Singapore 
Mexico 
Netherlands 
Netherland Antilles 
Norway 

Philippines, Rep. of 
Sweden 
Switzerland 
United Kingdom 
Others 



1,385 



1.855 



27 


48 


42 


- 


- 


36 


2,602 


6.712 


1.756 


17.388 


4,548 


52 


264 


9 


41 


30 


8 


10 


50.224 


38,593 


27.999 


96,979 


151,206 


168,995 


3.004 


1.308 


258 


- 


237 


- 




260 


• 


2,029 


1,273 


1,610 


10,897 


30.524 


657 


10,784 


7,102 


5,562 


5.282 


5.180 


3,526 


20,916 


7,986 


2,931 


149 


202 


136 


221 


385 


267 


218 


. 


- 


• 


- 


- 


3.894 


1.819 


489 


« 


1.822 


2,368 


46 


. 


. 


- 


232 


532 


881 


194 


545 


- 


- 


- 


13.407 


42,848 


16,599 


36,353 


17,512 


11,742 




48 


76 


- 


•• 


135 


834 


1,749 


153 


1,154 


60 


706 




42 


- 


- 


37 


- 


1.215 


3,421 


3,492 


8,168 


6,571 


10.967 


86 


1.288 


1,288 


239 


21 


- 


4,123 


4,177 


- 


- 


266 


- 


45 


- 


- 


- 


• 


- 



TOTALS 


97,198 


138,422 


57,057 


195,646 


201.121 


205.913 1 


1 


COUNTRY 

YEAR 


1 

} JANUARY 


FEBRUARY 


MARCH 


1 

j APRIL 


1 

j MAY 


1 1 

j JUNE 1 



Aus trla 


. 


. 


. 


534 


. 


. 


Bahamas 


134 


170 


276 


272 


150 


355 


Belgium-Luxembourg 


- 


. 


5,254 


3,809 


11,824 


9,743 


Bermuda 


8 


8 


15 


. 


- 


- 


Canada 


167,077 


216,807 


235,800 


163,886 


121.714 


79,038 


Denmark 


. 


. 


2,180 


436 


956 


3,531 


Finland 


. 


481 


647 


1.759 


- 


. 


France 


2,128 


2,244 


43,208 


50,764 


25,253 


35,740 


Germany, West 


2,600 


2,115 


22,670 


6,727 


8,907 


9,359 


Hong Kong 


317 


205 


285 


29 


238 


298 


Ireland 


- 


. 


1,721 


1,402 




697 


Japan 


1,684 


479 


2.128 


3.059 


2.198 


1.819 


Malaya 4 Singapore 


1,785 


- 


1.437 


185 




- 


Mexico 


- 


167 


218 


176 


154 


77 


Netherlands 


3,936 


5,076 


19.016 


15,530 


32,632 


33,808 


Netherland Antilles 


. 


114 


« 


• 


62 


115 


Norway 


. 


443 


1,065 


1,129 


8.422 


1.336 


Philippines, Rep. of 


- 


. 


79 




146 


37 


Sweden 


231 


6,865 


7,282 


2,738 


3,622 


3,742 


Switzerland 


- 


. 


. 




2,160 


816 


United Kingdom 


- 


- 


4.651 


9,982 


8,222 


4,473 


Others 


" 


- 


90 


494 


- 


240 



TOTALS 



179,900 



235.174 



348,022 



262,911 226.660 



185.224 



Foreign Agricultural Service. U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, Washington D. C. 



TABLE 15 



17 



UNITED STATES : Total Orange Production - By States 
Census Year. 1889. 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919-1964 



Crop Year 



1 1 1 1 1 i I I 

I CALIP.# I PLA.# I TEX.# | ARI3.#| ALA.#1 LA.#| MISS.#| TOTAL # 

J I I \ I I I \ 



1869 
1899 
1909 



1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 



1924 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 



1929 
1930 
1931 
1932 
1933 



1934 
1935 
1936 
1937 
1938 



1939 

.1940 

1941 



Average 



Average 



Average 



Average 



1.245 

5.882 

14,440 



Thousand Boxes 



3.147 

273 

4.888 



11 



11 jy 

33 



1 
152 



4.392 

e,167 

19.530 



15.632 


8.000 


9 


80 


20 


37 


31 


24.809 


23,771 


9,400 


5 


60 


82 


42 


25 


33.385 


14.021 


8,400 


5 


80 


82 


50 


30 


22,668 


21.283 


10,900 


10 


81 


190 


60 


45 


32.569 


24,153 


13,700 


6 


86 


225 


75 


55 


38.300 


19.972 


10,080 


7 


n 


120 


53 


37 


30.346 


18,506 


11,300 


17 


60 


2 


75 


. 


29.960 


24.200 


10,200 


12 


86 


130 


100 


27 


34,755 


28.252 


11, COO 


41 


75 


75 


150 


42 


39.635 


22.737 


9,500 


85 


54 


110 


200 


50 


32.736 


39.159 


16,500 


125 


99 


85 


220 


30 


56.218 


26.571 


11.700 


56 


75 


80 


149 


30 


38.661 


21.195 


9.800 


261 


137 


212 


187 


37 


31,829 


35.179 


19.200 


250 


139 


3 


287 


2 


55.060 


34,658 


14.200 


520 


140 


80 


245 


54 


49,902 


34,265 


16,400 


325 


147 


120 


278 


80 


51.615 


28.439 


17,900 


430 


155 


3 


245 


2 


47.174 


30,747 


15,500 


357 


145 


84 


248 


35 


47,116 


45,047 


17,600 


650 


170 


140 


293 


88 


63.988 


32.809 


18,000 


III 


240 


2 


244 


1 


52,073 


29,827 


22.100 


2,000 


220 


56 


309 


26 


54.538 


45,914 


26,200 


1,440 


350 


76 


238 


67 


74.285 


41,420 


33,300 


2,815 


430 


96 


385 


85 


78.531 


39.003 


23.440 


1,536 


282 


74 


294 


53 


64.683 



44,425 


28.000 


2.360 


595 


75 


228 


59 


75,742 


50,778 


31.300 


2,650 


528 


1 


253 


> 


85.510 


52,155 


29,300 


2.850 


660 


5 


192 


1 


85,163 



Continued Page 18 



TABLE 15 



18 - 



UNITED STATES; Total Orange Production - By States - Continued 
Census Year,' 1889. 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919-1964 



Crop 
Year-Cont*d. 



1942 
1943 



1944 
1945 
1946 
1947 
1948 



Average 



Average 



I 



I CALlP.j^' I PLA,# I 



I I I 
TEX.# I AR1Z.#| ALA.#| 

II I 
Boxes 



LA.#| MISS.# I TOTAL 
I I 



T h o u s a n 
44,329 41.400 2,550 730 

51,961 49,800 3,550 1,100 



48.730 



60,500 
44,010 
53,530 
43.830 
37,010 



48.176 



340 
240 



35,960 



2.792 



732 



16 



250 



12 



j/4e,800 


4.400 


1,150 


54,000 


4.800 


1.210 


^/58.400 


5,000 


1,200 


62,400 


5,200 


780 


62,700 


3,400 


710 



360 
330 
410 
300 
300 



55,860 



4,560 1.010 



340 



89,349 
106.651 



88.483 



113,210 
104,350 
118,540 
114.510 
104.120 



110.946 



1949 
1950 
1951 
1952 
1953 



41 ,860 


63,500 


1,760 


985 


- 


370 


108.475 


45,210 


4/72,100 


2.700 


1,400 


- 


300 


- 121.710 


38.410 


4/83,100 


300 


730 


- 


50 


- 122.590 


46,030 


77.100 


1,000 


900 


- 


50 


- 125.080 


32,400 


4/96,300 


900 


1.170 


- 


100 


- 130.870 



Average 



1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 



Average 



40.782 



35,418 



78,420 



1,332 1,037 



174 



92,420 



1,800 1,086 



182 



121,745 



39.420 


4/ 93,500 


1,500 


1,130 


- 


175 


- 135.725 


38.370 


^ 95,700 


1,600 


1.150 


- 


195 


- 137.015 


35,900 


4/ 97.800 


1.600 


1.290 


. 


115 


- 136,705 


23.200 


84,500 


2.000 


1,250 


- 


205 


111,255 


40.200 


90,500 


2,300 


610 


- 


220 


133,830 



130.906 



1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 2J 



31,200 

25,000 

20,400 

5/ 28,800 

5/ 32.000 



94.300 


2.700 


1,500 


. 


260 


- 129,960 


91 ,600 


3,500 


1,160 


- 


275 


- 121.535 


17,400 


2,300 


1,440 


- 


255 


141,795 


74,500 


40 


1,560 


- 


15 


104,915 


58,300 


240 


2,200 


- 


15 


92,755 



Average 



27,480 



87,220 



1,756 1.572 



164 



118,192 



1964 Preliminary 



28 .500 



81,500 



1,000 2,100 



10 



113,210 



# Includes Tangerines •Negligible 

X/ 500 Boxes or less. 

1/ Revised. 

3/ Includes economic abandonment: Early 4 Midseason - 900,000 boxes 

Tangerines - 800,000 Boxes 

±/ Includes economic abandonment: Tangerines - 1944-45 season, 150,000 boxes 
1950-51 season, 200,000 boxes; 1951-52 season, 400,000 boxes; 1953-54 
season, 500,000 boxes; 1954-55 season, 200,000 boxes; 1955-56 season, 
200,000 boxes; 1956-57 season, 200,000 boxes. 

5/ Includes economic abandonment: Oranges 1952. 330,000 boxes; 1963, 550,000 boxes. 



U. S. Department of Agriculture. Statistical Reporting Service. 



TABLE 16 



19 



UNITED STATES : Total Grapefruit Production - By States 
Census Year, 1889, 1899, 1909 & Yearly 1919-1964 



1 r 

I PLA. I 

J L 



Clwp Year 



TEX. 



I CALIF. 



T 



ARIZ. 



TOTAL 



1689 
1699 
1909 



1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 



1924- 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 



Average 



10 
12 

X/ 1,062 



5,900 
5,800 
6.700 
7,800 
8.500 



6.940 



Thousand Boxes- 



18 
123 



3 

5 

8 

35 

65 



23 



363 
395 
360 
394 
363 



375 



29 
34 
35 
60 
95 



51 



10 

31 

1.186 



6,295 
6,234 
7,103 
8,289 
9,023 



7.389 



8,900 


301 


387 


105 


9,693 


7,600 


200 


6C0 


150 


8.550 


8,600 


361 


672 


120 


9.753 


7,500 


524 


720 


176 


8.920 


11,300 


753 


972 


211 


13,236 



Average 



1929 

1930 
1931 
1932 
1933 



1934 
1935 
1936 
1937 
1938 



Average 



Average 



1939 

1940 
- 1941 



8.780 



11,460 



16.540 



428 



1,598 



8.532 



670 



1,368 



1,969 



152 



526 



1.978 



10, OX 



8.300 


1.550 


1,000 


365 


11,215 


15.800 


1.200 


1,290 


400 


18,690 


10.700 


2.600 


1,431 


450 


15.181 


11 ,600 


1.440 


1,350 


614 


15.004 


10,900 


1,200 


1,772 


SCO 


14,672 



14,952 



15.200 


2.740 


2,167 


1,240 


21 , 347 


11,500 


2,780 


2,267 


1.800 


18,347 


18,100 


9,630 


1,540 


1,400 


30,670 


14,600 


11,840 


1,943 


2,750 


31,133 


23,300 


15 ,670 


1.924 


2,700 


43.594 



29.018 



15.900 


14.400 


1,992 


2,900 


35.192 


24,600 


13.650 


1.983 


2.650 . 


42,883 


19.200 


14.500 


3.181 


3.380 


40.261 



Continued Page 20 



TABLE 16 



20 



DNITED STATES ; Total Grapefruit Production, By States 
Census'. Xear. 1889. 1899. 1909 & Yearly 1919-1964 



Continued 



Crop 

Year - Cont'd 



FLA. 



4- 



TEX. I 
1- 



CALIF. 



I 



ARIZ. 



1942 
1943 



1944 

1945 

1946^ 

1947 

1948 



1949 
1950 
1951 2/ 
1952 
1953^ 



1954 
1955 
1956 
1957 
1958 



1959 

1960 

1961 2/ 

1962 J2/ 

1963 2/^ 



Average 



Average 



Average 



Average 



Average 



1964 Preliminary 



Thousand Boxes 



27.300 
31.000 



23.600 



33.580 



35,360 



30.680 



31.500 



17,510 
17.710 



15,554 



3.140 



3,040 



3,054 



2,400 



3,071 
3,300 



2,705 



2.470 



2,508 



2.956 



3.800 



2.600 

4.080 



3,122 



2,872 



2.334 



2,626 



2,900 



TOTAL 



50,481 
56,090 



44,981 



42,062 



34.800 


2.500 


2,420 


2.470 


42.190 


38.300 


2.200 


2,510 


2.370 


45,380 


37.400 


2.800 


2.410 


2.180 


44,790 


31.100 


3.500 


2.400 


2.780 


39.780 


35.200 


4.200 


2.530 


1,870 


43,800 



43.442 



30,500 


5.200 


2.700 


3,220 


41,620 


31,600 


6,800 


2,640 


2,260 


43.300 


35,000 


2.700 


2.740 


2,270 


42.710 


X,000 


70 


2.500 


2,170 


34.740 


26,300 


500 


4.200 


3,210 


34,210 



39.316 



40.600 



22 


300 


22,300 


3,830 


3 


750 


52 


180 


32 


000 


24.000 


3,350 


4 


100 


63 


450 


29 


000 


23.300 


3,120 


4 


100 


59 


520 


33 


000 


23.200 


2,430 


3 


000 


61 


630 


30 


200 


11,300 


2,150 


1 


880 


45 


,530 


29 


300 


20,820 


2,976 


3 


366 


56 


,462 


24,200 


6.400 


2,500 


3 


400 


36 


,500 


33 


200 


7.500 


2,730 


3 


150 


46 


,580 


36 


000 


200 


2,160 


2 


,140 


40,500 


32 


500 


400 


2.460 


3 


000 


38 


.360 


42 


000 


1,200 


2,500 


2 


670 


48 


,370 



2/ 500 boxes or less 

2J Revised 

2/ Includes economic abandonment: 

1946-47 season - 2,600,000 boxes seedless 800,000 - others 1.800,000 ); 

1951-52 season - 3,000,000 boxes seedless 500.000 - others 2,500,000 ); 

1953-54 season - 1.300,000 boxes (sfedless 300.000 - others 1.000,000 )>• 

1961 season - Florida 200,000 boxes (seedless 100,000-oth«r» 100<COO>^ 
Arizona 100,000 boxes; Calif. 120,000 boxes; 

1962 season - Calif. 2,000 boxes; ,. „ 

1963 Season - Calif. 3.000 boxes; jsj,-. *'*''» 
— — ' — I.I II I BM * wuyftiit'^ i T"' '"'7 '' * W il l i ! ' '» ' ' ■'■ ' 

U. S. OeparteMvt of A^srfcultui^e • iiktittiilAl Ki^rtla^ S«tHrle«^ 



TABLE 17 



- 21 - 
PRODUCTION - FLORIDA ORAMQES 
Segregated - TEMPLES, OTHER EARLY i, fOD- SEAS ON, VALE NCI A3 i, TANGERINES 



1 

Crop Year 1 

1 


1 

TAKOELOS 1 

1 

1 


1 
TEMPLES 1 

1 
1 


1 
EARLY & 1 
MID-SEASON 1 

1 


1 

VALENCIAS 1 

1 

1 


1 

TANGERINES 1 

1 

1 


TOTAL ORQ 
PRODUCTION. 






- T h 


u s a n d Bo 


X e s - 






1946-47 


^ 


^ 


X.500 


23.200 


4.700 


J3/58.4O0 


1947-48 


_ 


. 


31.000 


27.400 


4.000 


62.400 


1948-49 


_ 


- 


32,000 


26.300 


4,400 


62,700 


1949-50 


_ 


710 


32.890 


24.900 


5.000 


63,500 


1950-51 


_ 


1,100 


35,700 


30,500 


■ i4/4.800 


72.100 


1951-52 


_ 


1.700 


42,100 


34.800 


^4.500 


83.100 


1952-53 




1,700 


40,600 


29,900 


4.900 


77.100 


1953-54 


• 


2.200 


48.000 


41,100 


^5.000 


96.300 


1954-55 


• 


2,500 


49,500 


36,400 


4/5,100 


93.500 


1955-56 


235 


2,800 


48,700 


39.500 


i/4,700 


95.700 


1956-57 


320 


2,700 


51.630 


38.700 


4/4.800 


97.8C0 


1957-58 


350 


1.500 


51.200 


29.800 


2.100 


84,600 


1958-59 


300 


3,000 


44.100 


38.900 


4. 500 


90.500 


1959-60 


550 


3,900 


43.100 


42,500 


2.800 


94.300 


1960-61 


500 


4.000 


47,000 


35.700 


4.900 


91.600 


1961-62 


1.000 


4.600 


52.300 


56.500 


4,000 


118,000 


1962-63 2/ 


750 


2,000 


45.500 


29,000 


2,000 


74,500 


1963-64 2/ 


900 


3,400 


27.800 


30.500 


3.600 


58.300 


1964-65 V 


1,000 


3.700 


46.200 


40.000 


3.900 


86.200 



JL/ July estimate. 2/ Revised. ^4/ Includes Ooverrunent purchases A abandonment for economic 
reasons: 1946-47: Early 4 Mldseason 900.000; Tangerines 800,000 boxes. 1950-51 200.000 boxes; 
1951-52 400,000 boxes; 1953-54 500,000 boxes; 1954-55 200.000 boxes; 1955-56 200,000 
boxes: 1956-57 200,000 boxes. 



PRODUCTION - FLORIDA QRAPEPRUIT 
SEEDLESS and "OTHER" 



Crop Year 



S 

White 



e e d 1 e s s 
Pink 



Total 



I 



Total GRAPEFRUIT 



d y (others)! PRODUCTION 



Thousand Boxes 



1946-47 


. 


. 


14.000 


1947-48 


> 


- 


14.800 


1948-49 


• 


- 


14.700 


1949-50 


. 


- 


11,200 


1950-51 


- 


- 


15,800 


1951-52 


- 


m 


17,700 


1952-53 


- 


- 


17,100 


1953-54 


- 


- 


21,900 


1954-55 


15,800 


4.700 


20,500 


1955-56 


15.600 


5.000 


20.600 


1956-57 


15.500 


'6,100 


21 .600 


1957-58 


12.600 


5.000 


17,600 


1958-59 


14,000 


5,600 


19 ,600 


1959-60 


13.400 


6,700 


20.100 


1960-61 


11 .900 


7,300 


19.200 


1961-62 


14.800 


9,000 


23.800 


1962-63 


12,500 


7,500 


20.000 


1963-64 2/ 


12.100 


7.600 


19.700 


1964-65 i/ 


13.000 


8.600 


21.600 



15.000 
18.200 
15.500 
13,000 
17,400 
18,300 
15,400 
20,100 
14.300 
17,700 
15.800 
13.500 
15,600 
10,400 
12,400 
11,200 
10,000 
6,600 
10,200 



2/ 29,000 

2/ 33,000 
30.200 
24.200 
33,200 

J/ 36,000 
32.500 

2/ 42,000 
34.800 
38. XO 
37.400 
31.100 
35.200 
30.500 
31 .600 
35,000 
30.000 
26.300 
31 ,800 



X/ July Estimate. Z/ Revised. 

2/ Includes Government purchases and abandonment for economic reasons: 1946-47 season 2,600,000 

boxes Ueedless 800,000-others 1,800,000); 1947-48 season -3.700,000 boxes (seedless 2,400,000 

Others 1,3C0.0C0); 1951-52 season 3,000,000 boxes (seedless 500.000 boxes-Others 2.500,000); 

1953-54 season l.XO.OOO boxes (seedless 300,000 - others l.OOO.OOO); 1961 season 200,000 

boxes (seedless 100,000 - others 100, 000 ). 

U. S. Departaent of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service. 



TABLE 18 



22 - 



fRODUCTleBHtft& UTILIZATION - FLORIDA CITROS 
CROPS QP.1060-61 to 1963-64- INCLUSIVE 



CROP 



SEASON 



I Total 
I PRO- 
I CUC- 
I TION 
I 1/2/ 



\ Fann 

I Disposition 



ALL ORANGES 



I For 
I Fain 
I House 
I Hold 
I ffsp 



Sold I 
I 
L 



Total 
Fresh 
Sales 



U T I L 



^ 



A T I N OF SALES 



Total I Including I Boat I Truck I State 
I Express I I I Sales 
III I 
I U 1 1 



Thousand Boxes 2/ 



1960-61 
1961-62 
1962-63 
1963-64 



(Excluding Tangerines) 

86,700 690 86,010 

113,400 775, 112,625 

74.500 575 73.925 

58.300 640 57.660 



Early & Mldseason 

1960-61 5/ 47.000 
1961-62 5/ 52,300 
1962-63 5/ 43,500 
1963-64 24.400 

Valenclas 

1960-61 
1961-62 
1962-63 
1963-64 
TANGERINES 



1960-61 
1961-62 
1962-63 
1963-64 
ALL QRAPEPRUIT 

1960-61 
1961-62 
1962-63 
1963-64 
Seedless 

1950-61 
1961-62 
1962-63 
1963-64 



35.700 
56.500 
29,000 
30.500 

4.900 
4.000 
2.000 
3,600 

31,600 
35.000 
30.000 
26 . 300 

19.200 
23.800 
20,000 
19,700 



Other than Seedless 



1960-61 
1961-62 
1962-63 
1963-64 

Temples 

1960-61 
1961-62 
1962-63 
1953-64 

TAN0EL03 

1960-61 
1961-62 
1962-63 
1953-64 

LIMES 

1960-61 
1961-62 
1952-63 
1963-64 



12.400 

11,200 

10.000 

6,600 

4,000 
4,600 
2,000 
3.400 

500 

l.OOO 

750 

900 

310 
340 
400 
450 



350 
375 
300 
300 



300 
350 
250 
300 

70 
70 
20 
70 

160 
180 
125 
180 

80 
100 

75 
130 

80 
80 
50 
50 

40 
50 
25 
40 

5 
10 

5 
10 

5 
5 
5 
5 



50,610 
56,475 
43.200 
24.100 



35.400 
56.150 
28,750 
30,200 

4.830 
3,930 
1.980 
3.520 

31,440 
34.620 
29,875 
26,120 

19,120 
23,600 
19,925 
19,570 

12,320 

11,020 

9,950 

6,532 

3,960 
4,550 
1.975 
3.360 

495 
990 
745 
890 



16,770 
20,915 
11.680 
12,825 



8.104 
9.274 
7.485 
5.891 



6,359 
9.375 
3.392 
5.448 

3.242 
2,695 
1,580 
2.397 

15.726 
17,811 
13.913 
14,547 

13,293 
15,750 
11 ,595 
13,586 

2,433 

2,061 

1,954 

953 

2,307 

2.266 

803 

i.-we 

401 
704 
582 
669 



12,169 

16,241 

8,202 

8.484 



5.711 
6.872 
5.668 
3.845 



4.477 
7.471 
1.974 
3,567 

2,881 
2,362 
1,480 
2,126 

13,748 
15,832 
12,066 
12,547 

11.972 
14.473 
10.833 
12,039 

1.776 

1.359 

1,233 

508 

1,981 

1,898 

560 

1.070 

318 
556 
468 
516 



Note - 1964-65 Seas 



305 194 

335 183 

395 231 ^ 

445 232 ^ 

on. figures not available at 



4.524 72 7.573 4.601 

5.560 138 10.543 4.674 

2.427 132 5,643 3.478 

2.568 14 5.902 4,341 



2.626 29 .5,037 2,393 

2.838 16 5,916 2,402 

J/ J/ ^ 1.817 

^ A/ 4/ 2,046 

1,898 43 2,536 1.882 

2.722 122 4.627 1.904 

J/ 4/ 4/ 1,418 

.4/ J/ ^ 1.881 



934 
757 
370 
337 

4,808 113 

4.989 274 

2.707 115 

2.848 65 



1.947 

1,605 
1.110 
1.789 



361 
333 
100 
271 



8.827 1.978 

10.569 1.979 

9.244 1,847 

9,634 1,992 



4.341 


110 


7.521 1 


,321 


4/ 


,4/ 


y 1 


,277 


4/ 


4/ 


y 1 


,126 


4/ 


y 


y 1 


,547 


467 


3 


1.306 


657 


4/ 


4/ 


y 


702 


^ 


4/ 


y. 


721 


^ 


y 


y 


445 


4/ 


4/ 


y 


326 


^ 


4/ 


y. 


368 


4/ 


.4/ 


y 


243 


4/ 


4/ 


y 


414 


4/ 


V 


y 


83 


4/ 


y 


y 


148 


-^ 


'^. 


y. 


114 


y 


4/ 


y 


153 



y y MM 
y y y y 

time of Summary Release. 



1/ "Total Production" and "Production of Value" are the same for each season. 

2/ Net content of box of Florida oranges & tangerines, 90 lbs.; grapefruit & limes, 80 lbs. 

J/ Includes economic abandonment. 4/ Not available. 5/ Revised. 



D. S. Department of Agriculture. Statistical Reporting Service 



TABLE 19 



23 - 



PRODUCTION & UTILIZATIOM - CALIFORNIA CITRUS 
CROPS OF 1960-61 to 1963-64. . INCLUSIVE 



CROP 



SEASON 




Pro- I FARM 

due- I DISPOSITION 

tlon I For 

having I Farm 

value I House 

i/ I Hold 

I Use 




UTILIZATION OF SALES 



F r B 



P- 



Sales 



I 



Total I Packed I Loose I 
I I 



I 



Total 
Pro- 
cess- 
ed 



_L 



Thousand Boxes 2/ 



ALL ORANQES 


















1960-61 


25.000 


24.800 


200 


24.490 


19,130 


V 


^, 


5,360 


1961-62 


20,700 


20,430 


200 


20,230 


15.290 


3/ 


5/ 


4,940 


1962-63 ^ 


28.800 


28.470 


200 


28,270 


18.190 


S/ 


5/ 


10.080 


1963-64 4/ 


31. XO 


31.150 


200 


30,950 


22.176 


5/ 


5/ 


8,774 


Navels 4 Mlscel 


laneous 


8.860 


100 


8.760 


8.250 


^ 


^, 




1960-61 


9,000 


510 


1961-62 


7.600 


7.460 


100 


7.360 


6.660 


5/ 


^. 


700 


1962-63 h/ 


12.600 


12.370 


100 


12,270 


9,000 


5/ 


5/ 


3.270 


1963-64 4/ 


15.300 


15.050 


100 


14,950 


12.636 


5/ 


5/ 


2.314 


Valenclas 


















1960-61 


16.000 


15,840 


100 


15,730 


10,880 


5/ 


5/ 


4.850 


1961-62 


13.100 


12,710 


100 


12,870 


8,630 


5/ 


5/ 


4,240 


1962-63 6/ 


16.200 


16.100 


100 


16,000 


9.190 


1/ 


5/ 


6,810 


1963-64 Aj 


16.400 


16.100 


100 


16.000 


9.540 


5/ 


5/ 


6,460 


ALL GRAPEFRUIT 


















1960-61 


2.640 


2.630 


22 


2.608 


1.720 


5/ 


^. 


see 


1961-62 


2,940 


2.620 


22 


2.798 


1.790 


5/ 


^. 


1,008 


1962-63 6/ 


2,500 


2.498 


22 


2.476 


1,601 


^ 


^s 


875 


1963-64 4/ 


3.900 


3.897 


22 


3.875 


2.637 


y 


5/ 


1,238 


Desert Vaa,)..?,Y.£ 


















1960-61 


1.240 


1.230 


6 


1.224 


670 


5/ 


^. 


554 


1961-62 


1,540 


1.420 


6 


1.414 


820 


5/ 


^. 


594 


1962-63 y 


1.200 


1,198 


6 


1.192 


717 


^ 


^. 


475 


1963-64 4/ 


2.500 


2.497 


6 


2,491 


1,543 


5/ 


5/ 


946 


Other Areas 


















1960-61 


1,400 


1,400 


16 


1.384 


1,050 


5/ 


s/ 


334 


1961-62 


1.400 


1,200 


16 


1.384 


970 


5/ 


t/. 


414 


1962-63 6/ 


1.300 


1.300 


16 


1.284 


884 


1/ 


W 


400 


1963-64 4/ 


1.400 


1.400 


16 


1.384 


1,094 


5/ 


5/ 


290 


LEMONS 


















1960-61 


13,800 


13.600 


15 


13.785 


9.270 


^. 


•5/^ 


4,515 


1961-62 


15,200 


15.000 


15 


15.185 


8,505 


5/ 


5/ 


6,680 


1962-63 y 


12.500 


12.500 


15 


12.485 


8.895 


5/ 


5/ 


3,590 


1963-64 ^ 


16.300 


16,300 


15 


16,285 


8,540 


5/ 


5/ 


7,745 


LEMONS ( ARIZONA ) 
















1961-62 


1.540 


1.540 


2 


1.538 


494 


5/ 


S'^ 


1.044 


1962-63 


490 


490 


1 


489 


325 


^. 


5/, 


164 


1963-64 4/ 


1.740 


1.740 


2 


1.738 


438 


5/ 


5/ 


1,300 




Note - 1964-65 Season, figures not 


available a 


t time of 


Sunnary Release 


• 



1/ Difference between "Total Production" and "Production having Value" Include quantities to 
charity or eliminated. 

2J Net content of box of Calif. Oranges considered to be 75 lbs; Grapefruit in Desert Valleys 
64 lbs; in other areas 67 lbs; Lenons 76 lbs. 



2/ Includes economic abandonment. 
5/ Not Available. 



±/ Preliminary. 
£/ Revised. 



0. S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service. 



TABLE 20 


- 


24 - 








PRODUCTION & UTILIZATION - ' 


PEXAS. ARIZONA & LOUISIANA CITRUS 




CROPS 


OF 1960-61 


to 1963-64 


. IRCIiUSIVE 












STAIIB 


1 

1 Total 


1 
PARH 1 




UTILIZATION 




1 PRO- 
1 DUC- 
1 TION 


DISPOSITION 1 




0^ SAIBS 


CROP 


For 
Farm 




Fresh 


{ Total 
1 Pro- 


SEASON 


1 1/ 

1 
1 


House 

Hold 

Use 


Sold 1 
1 

I 


Sales 


cess- 
1 ®^ 


T 


housand Boxes Zf 






TEXAS - ORANOES. ALL 












1960-61 


3,500 


70 


3,430 


2.550 


880 


1961-62 


2.300 


35 


2,265 


1.233 


1,032 


1962-63 


40 


15 


25 


25 


- 


1963-64 4/ 


240 


12 


228 


200 


28 


Early 4 Mi,dseason j/ 












1960-61 


2.000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1961-62 


1,650 


- 


- 


• 


» 


1962-63 


25 


- 


- 


- 


— 


1963-64 4/ 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Valenclas ^ 












1960-61 


1.500 


. 


- 


- 


- 


1961-62 


650 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1962-63 


15 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1963-64 4/ 


- 


- 


* . 


- 


- 


GRAPEFRUIT. ALL 












1960-61 


6,800 


75 


6.72b 


5.414 


1.281 


1961-62 


2.700 


50 


2.650 


2,294 


356 


1962-63 


70 


25 


45 


45 




1963-64 ±/ 


500 


45 


455 


430 


25 


ARIZONA - ORANOES. ALL 












1960-61 


1,160 


20 


1.140 


1,010 


130 


1961-62 


1,440 


20 


1,420 


1.127 


293 


1962-63 , 


1,560 


20 


1,540 


986 


554 


1963-64 4/ 


2,200 


20 


2,180 


1.650 


530 


N?Y?1? ^ Ml,sqgH^ngoVS ^ 










1960-61 


440 


10 


430 


390 


40 


1961-62 


640 


10 


630 


550 


80 


1962-63 


640 


10 


630 


530 


100 


1963-64^ 












yalfiftcj^gi? 2/ 












1960-61 


720 


10 


710 


620 


90 


1961-62 


800 


10 


790 


577 


213 


1962-63 


920 


10 


910 


456 


454 


1963-64 4/ 


- 


- 








GRAPEFRUIT. ALL 


2,260 


20 


2,240 


1,398 


842 


1960-61 


1961-62 


2,270 


20 


2.150 


1.275 


875 


1962-63 


2,170 


20 


2,150 


890 


1,260 


1963-64 ^ 


3.210 


20 


3.190 


2.129 


1.061 


LOUISIANA - ORANGES. ALL 












1960-61 


275 


10 ■ 


265 


265 


^ 


1961-62 


255 


5 


250 


250 


« 


1962-63 


15 


1 


14 


14 


» 


1963-64 i/ 


15 


1 


14 


14 




Note - 1964-65 season, figures 


not available at time 


of Summary 


Release. 


1/ "Total Production" and "Production having Value" are the same each 


season. 




2/ Net content of box of Oranges In 


Texas & Louisiana. 90 


lbs : in Arizona 75 lbs 




Net content of box of Grapefruit in Texas, 80 lbs; In Arizona 64 lbs. 




2/ Utilization of Texas, & Arizona Oranges - by varieties, 
^ Preliminary. 


not available. 




U. S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service. 



I 



TABLE 21 



- 25 





CITRUS CROPS OP 1960-61 to 1963-64. INCLUSI 


VE 












CROP 


Total 
PRO- 
DUC- 
TION 
1/ 


1 VAJIH 1 
Pro- 1 DISPOSITION 1 


UTILIZATIOW OP SALES 


SEASON 


auc- 1 ror | ■ 
tlon 1 Fann | 
having! House Sold 
Value Hold i 
1/ \ Use 1 


?rcs'n 
Sales 


TOTAL 
Pro- 
cess- 
ed 


ORAKOES (Excluding Taruierines) - Box basis - Thousand boxes 2/ 






1960-61 
1961-62 
1962-63 2/ 
1963-64 4/ 


116,635 116,325 990 115,335 

138,095 137,825 1,035 136,790 

104,915 104,585 811 103.774 

92,455 91,905 873 91,032 

Ton basis - Thousand tons Z/ 


39,725 
38.815 
30,895 
36,865 


75,610 
97,875 
72,879 
54.167 


1960-61 
1961-62 
1962-63 JJ/ 
1963-64 4/ 


5.052 
6,048 
4,494 
3.906 


5,040 42 4.998 
6,038 45 5.993 
4.481 35 4,446 
3.885 37 3.848 


1,637 
1,623 
1,246 
1,480 


3.361 
4.370 
3,200 
2,368 


TAKOERINES 


Box basis - Thousand boxes 2j 






1960-61 
1961-62 5/ 
1962-63 5/ 
1963-64 4/ 


4,900 
4.000 
2.000 
3.600 

Ton 1 


4.900 70 4,830 
4,000 70 3,930 
2,000 20 1,980 
3,600 70 3,530 
sasls - Thousand tons 2/ 


3.242 
2.695 

1.580 
2,397 


1,588 

1,235 

400 

1,133 


1960-61 220 
1961-62 5/ 180 
1962-63 J/^ 95 
1963-64 4/ 171 


220 3 217 

180 3 177 

95 1 94 

171 3 168 


146 

121 

75 

114 


71 
56 
19 
54 


QRAPEFROIT 


Box 1 


Jasis - 'Hiousand boxes 2/ 






1960-61 
1961-62 
1962-63 J3/ 
1963-64 4/ 


43.300 
42.910 
34.740 
33,910 


43,290 277 43,013 
42,490 272 42,218 
34,738 192 34,546 
33,907 267 33,640 


24.288 
23.170 
16.44-9 
19.735 


18.725 
19,048 
18,097 
13,905 




Ton basis - Thousand tons 2J 






1960-61 
1961-62 
1962-63 2/ 
1963-64 4/ 


1,695 
1,677 
1,429 
1,367 


1,695 11 1,684 
1,662 n 1,651 
1,429 8 1,421 
1,367 11 1,356 


948 
904 
674 
789 


736 
747 
747 
567 




Note - 1964-65 season, figures not available 


at time of Sumnary Release. 



J/ See Individual State tables for explanation of difference. 

2J Net content varies: For Oranges - In Calif. & Arizona the approximate average per box Is 
considered to be 75 lbs; Calif. 4 Arizona Or?pefrult- approximate average Is considered 
to be 64 lbs In Calif. Desert Valleys 4 Arizona & 67 lbs In Calif, areas other than Desert 
Valleys. For Florida 4 other States, net contents of box Is considered to be 90 lbs. for 
Oranges and 85 lbs for Grapefruit. Texas Oranges 90 lbs, Orapefrult 80 lbs. Florida 
Tangerines 90 lbs. 

2/ Revised. 

^ Preliminary. 

5/ Florida Production 4 0, S. Production synonymous. 



U, S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service 



TABLE 22 



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UNITED STATES - CITRUS PRDITS. PER CAPITA CONSPMPTION 
.:■■ FRESH WEIGHT EQOIVALEMT - 1930-64 



YEAR 



Freeb ^ 



lbs. 



Canned 
Fruits 



lbs. 



Canned 
Juice 2/ 



lbs. 



1930 


31.2 


0.8 


0.2 


1931 


42.3 


1.2 


0.4 


1932 


36.7 


0.5 


0.3 


1933 


39.4 


0.8 


0.5 


1934 


39.8 


0.6 


0.8 


1935 


44.6 


1.2 


2.4 


1936 


46.2 


1.0 


2.2 


1937 


44.5 


1.4 


4.7 


1938 


49.1 


1.2 


' 5.4 


1939 


61.4 


1.4 


8.5 


1940 


56.7 


1.2 


9.2 


1941 


57.7 


1.7 


13.1 ,. 


1942 


57.7 


1.8 


12.6 


1943 


60.3 


0.1 


11.2 


1944 


68.2 


2/ 


21.1 


1945 


66.6 


0.1 


21.6 


1946 


59.1 


1.1 


34.8 


1947 


62.2 


1.5 


30.2 


1948 


54.4 


2.0 


36.2 


1949 


47.8 


1.8 


26.2 


1950 


41.2 


1.5 


19.8 


1951 


45.1 


1.7 


20.8 


1952 


44,4 


1.5 


17.0 


1953 


43.4 


1.8 


15.9 


1954 


41.2 


1.9 


15.8 


1955 


41.2 


2.2 


16.6 J/ 


1956 


38.5 


2.4 4/ 


16.3 4/ 


1957 


36.5 


2.0 4/ 


17.2 4/ 


1958 


30.5 


2.6 4/ 


17.6 4/ 


1959 


33.4 


2.1 4/ 


14.1 4/ 


1960 


33.3 


2.7 4/ 


15.2^ 


1961 


30.2 


2.5 4/ 


13.6 4/ 


1962 


28.9 


2.6^ 


14.2 4/ 


1963 1/ 


22.1 


1.9 4/ 


13.5 4/ 


1964 5/ 


25.8 


2.4 


11.4 



Frozen 



lbs. 



0.3 
0.2 
0.5 
6.6 
10.8 
15.2 
21.5 
24.5 
27.1 
30.9 
30.3 
33.0 
25.8 
32.6 
34.2 
32.1 
37.2 
25.1 
23.2 



TOTAL 



lbs. 

32.2 
43.9 
37.5 
40.7 
41.2 
48.2 
49.4 
50.6 
55.7 
71.3 
67.1 
72.5 
72.1 
71.6 
89,3 



.3 
.3 

.1 

.1 
.4 



68. 

95. 

94. 

93. 

82. 

73.3 

82.8 

84.4 

85.6 

86.0 

90.9 

87.5 

88.7 

76.5 

82.2 

85.4 

78.4 

82.9 

62.6 

62.8 



j/ Revised. 

2J Pack year beginning November prior to year indicated. 

2/ Less than 0.05 pound. . 

4/ Includes chilled citrus. 

5/ Preliminary 

6/ Beginning 1941, crop year beginning October or November prior to year indicated. 



Made available ■ • • 

through the courtesy of United States Department of Agriculture and Economic Research Service. 



TABT.E 23 




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r _ 








ONITED STATES -' PREStt CITRUS FRUITS - PER 


CAPITA CONSUMPTION 






FRE^If VaiQHTS - ,t9??-&4 




YEAR 


Oranges 


Tangerines 


Lepions 


Limes 


Grapefruit 


Total 
Citrus 




lbs. 


lbs. 


lbs. 


lbs. 


lbs. 


lbs. 


1930 


19.9 


0.6 


4.1 


2/ 


6.6 


31.2 


1931 


27.6 


1.7 


3.5 


0.1 


9.4 


42.3 


1932 


24.6 


1.4 


3.2 


0.1 


7.4 


36.7 


1933 


26.6 


1.4 


3.5 


1/ 


7.9 


39.4 


1934. 


27.0 


1.4 


3.6 


0.1 


7.7 


39.8 


1935 


30.7 


1.4 


4.1 


0.1 


8.3 


44.6 


1936 


30.1 


- 1.5 


4.3 


0.1 


10.2 


46.2 


1937 


26.6 


2.1 


3.4 


o-.i 


12.3 


44.5 


1938 


33.5 


1.6 


4.3 


0.1 


9.6 


4©.l 


1939 


41.1 


2.3 


4.2 


0.1 


13.7 


61.4 


1940 


39.4 


1.6 


4.5 


0.1 


11.1 


56.7 


1941 


38.9 


1.8 


4.7 


0.1 


12.2 


57.7 


1942 


39.8 


1.4 


4.3 


0.1 


12.1 


57.7 


1943 


39.7 


2.9 


5.0 


0.2 


12.5 


60.3 


1944 


47.6 


2.5 


4.9 


0.2 


13.0 


68.2 


1945 


45.1 


2.7 


5.1 


0.2 


13.5 


66.6 


1946 


37.9 


2.4 


4.7 


0.1 


14.0 


59.1 


1947 


41.5 


1.9 


4.8 


0.1 


13.9 


62.2 


1948 


35.7 


1.8 


4.5 


0.1 


12.3 


54.4 


1949 


30.7 


2.0 


4.1 


0.1 


10.9 


47.8 


1950 


26.9 


2.0 


4.0 


0.1 


8.2 


41.2 


1951 


28.8 


1.9 


4.0 


0.1 


10.3 


45.1 


1952 


27.9 


2.0 


3.9 


0.1 


10.5 


44.4 


1953 


27.6 


2.2 


3.7 


0.2 


9.7 


43.4 


1954 


24.5 


2.0 


3.6 


0.1 


11.0 


41.2 


1955 


24.8 


2.1 


3.4 


0.2 


10.7 


41.2 


1956 


22.6 


2.0 jy 


3.2 


0.2 


10.5 


38.5 


1957 


21.6 


2.0 J/ 


3.3 


0.1 


9.5 


36.5 


1958 


17.6 


1.0 J/ 


3.0 


0.2 


8.7 


30.5 


1959 


19.8 


1.5 2/ 


2.9 


0.1 


9.1 


33.4 


1960 


19.4 


1.3 J/ 


2.9 


0.1 


9.6 


33.3 


1961 


16.2 


1.9 ^ 


2.8 


0.1 


9.4 


30.4 


1962 


15.7 


1.7^ 


2.8 


0.1 


8.6 


28.8 


1963 jy 


12.0 


1.1 J/ 


2.5 


0.1 


6.4 


21.8 


1964 4/ 


14;3 


1.5 J/ 


2.4 


0.1 


7.5 


25.8 


1/ Re vis 


>ed. 












2/ Less 


than 0.05 pound. 











2/ Tangelos included as follows: 1956 - 0.1; 1957 - 0.1; 1958 - 0.2; 1959 - 0.1; 
1960 - 0.2; 1961 - 0.2; 1962 - 0.4; 1963 - 0.3; 1964 - 0.3 pound. 

4/ Preliminary. 



Made available 
through the courtesy of United States Department of Agriculture and Economic Research Service, 



TABLE 24 



28 



UMITED STATES - CHILLED AND FROZEN CITRUS JUICES 
;iv PER CAPITA CONSUMPTION - 1930-1964 



YEAR 



CHILLED 5/ 



ORAKOE 



lbs. 



GRAPEFRUIT 



lbs. 



I 

I TOTAL 

J 



lbs. 



FROZEN 



Product 
Weight 2/ 



lbs. 



Single 
Strength 
Basis 3/ 



lbs. 



1930 
1931 
1932 
1933 
1934 
1935 
1936 
1937 
1938 
1939 
1940 
1941 
1942 
1943 
1944 
1945 
1946 
1947 
1948. 
1949 
IC-jO 
1C5?. 
lCo2 

ig'js 

1654 

1935 

19io • 

19.^7 

1913 

1959 

I960 

1961 ■ 

1562 

19o3 2/ 

1954 4/ 



_ 


- 


. 


0.07 


0.12 


- 


- 


- 


0.C6 


0.09 


- 


- 


- 


0.09 


22 


_ 


- 


- 


0.02 


3 09 


- 


_ 


_ 


1.5X 


5,12 


. 


- 


- 


2.19 


1.Z2 


. 


- 


- 


3.53 


11.44 


- 


- 


- 


4.C8 


1<\?5 


- 


. 


_ 


4.40 


13.93 


0.94 


. 


0.94 


4.94 


\Z 31 


1.05 


0.07 


1.12 


4.86 


i'=>,4a 


1.72 


0.05 


1.77 


5.32 


16,39 


1.60 


0.04 


1.64 


4.32 


13 27 


1.87 


0.03 


1.90 


5.42 


16.54 


2.10 


0.02 


2.12 


5.58 


17.48 


1.65 


0.03 


1.68 


5.24 


16.73 


2.19 


0,08 


2.27 


5.02 


19.49 


1.14 


0,03 


1.17 


4.06 


13.04 


1.29 


0.07 


1.36 


3.78 


11.89 



i/ Revised. 

2/ Includes single strength and concentrated juices. 

2/ Concentrated fruit juices converted to single strength on basis of 3.525 lbs. to 1. 

^ Preliminary. 

5/ Chilled fruit juice is produced commercially from fresh fruit in Florida; does not 
include reconstituted frozen Juice or fresh juice produced for local sale. 



Made available 
through the courtesy of United States Department of Agriculture and Economic Research Service. 



TABLE 25 - 29 - 

ONITED STATES - CANNED CITRUS JUICES AND SEGMENTS (Excluding Frozen) 
PER CAPITA CONSUMPTION - 19:^0/1964 



YEAR 



Canned 
Single 
Strength 
Orange 



lbs. 



Canned 
Single 
Strength 
Grape- 
fruit 



Canned 
Single 
Strength 
Blended 
Orange, 
Grape- 
fruit 



lbs. 



lbs. 



Lemon 

and 
Line 



lbs. 



Canned 
Single 
Strength 
Tang- 
erine 



lbs. 



Canned 
Hot Pack 
Citrus 
Concen- 
trate ±/ 



lbs. 



Total 



lbs. 



Canned 
Citrus 
Segments 



lbs. 



1930 


0.01 


0.05 


_ 


- 


. 


- 


0.06 


0.6 
0.2 


1931 


0.02 


0.11 


- 


- 


- 


- 


0.13 


1932 


0.01 


0.11 


. 


. 


- 


- 


0.12 


0.4 


1933 


0.02 


0.16 


- 


- 


- 


- 


0.18 


0.3 


1934 


0.07 


0.21 


- 


- 


- 


- 


0.28 


0.6 


1935 


0.22 


0.62 


• 


0.01 


" 


'- 


0.85 


0.5 


1936 


0.20 


0.56 


0.02 


0.01 


• 


- 


0.79 


0.7 


1937 


0.28 


1.29 


0.06 


0.04 


- 


- 


1.67 


0.6 


1938 


0.19 


1.55 


0.12 


0.05 


- 


- 


1.91 


0.8 


1939 


0.23 


2.61 


0.15 


0.03 


• 


- 


3.02 


0.6 


1940 


0.68 


2.34 


0.25 


0.02 


- 


- 


3.29 


0.8 


1941 


0.74 


3.08 


0.42 


0.04 


- 


0.42 


4.70 


1.1 


1942 


0.94 


2.63 


0.48 


0.08 


- 


0.44 


4.57 


"I 

J/ 


1943 


0.27 


3.03 


0.27 


0.02 


- 


0.43 


4.02 


1944 


1.46 


4.80 


1.11 


0.03 


- 


0.19 


7.59 


1945 


2.75 


3.19 


1.08 


0.C6 


- 


0.76 


7.84 


1946 


4.15 


4.93 


2.36 


0.10 


0.11 


0.97 


12.62 


0.5 


1947 


4.11 


3.38 


2.18 


0.07 


0.21 


1.09 


11.04 


0.8 


1948 


5.03 


3.83 


2.28 


0.08 


0.16 


1.88 


13.26 


1.0 


1949 


3.87 


2.84 


1.86 


0.10 


0.22 


1.82 


10.71 


0.9 


1950 


3.37 


2.02 


1.01 


0.07 


0.23 


1.95 


8.65 


0.8 


1951 


3.81 


2.73 


1.30 


0.08 


0.20 


1.85 


9.97 


0.9 


1952 


3.58 


2.04 


0.95 


0,09 


0.15 


1.63 


8.44 


0.7 


1953 


3.13 


1.97 


0.86 


0.09 


0.13 


1.65 


7.83 


0.9 


1954 


3.08 


2.28 


0.89 


0.08 


0.10 


1.36 


7.79 


1.0 


1955 


2.95 


2.18 


0.78 


0.11 


0.09 


1.16 


7.27 


1.2 


1956 


2.42 


2.12 


0.66 


0.09 


0.09 


1.58 


6.96 


1.1 


1957 


2.45 


1.94 


0.58 


0.12 


0.09 


1.66 


6.84 


0.8 


1958 


2.66 


1.74 


0.72 


0.12 


0.08 


1.62 


6.94 


1.1 


1959 


1.91 


1.56 


0.49 


0.15 


0.08 


1.07 


5.26 


0.8 


1960 


2.12 


1.51 


0.51 


0.13 


0.07 


1.45 


5.79 


1.0- 


1961 


1.70 


1.39 


0.45 


0.13 


0.06 


1.51 


5.24 


0.9 


1962 


1.92 


1.48 


0.47 


0.13 


0.06 


1.05 


5.11 


0.9 


1963 1/ 


1.69 


1.30 


0.42 


0.13 


0.04 


1.70 


5.28 


0.6 


1964 2j 


1.19 


1.11 


0.33 


0.11 


0.04 


1.66 


4.44 


0.9 



1/ Revised. 

2/ Preliminary. 

2/ Less than 0.05 pound. 

4/ Single strength equivalent. 



Made available 
through the courtesy of United States Department of Agriculture and Economic Research Service. 



TABLE 26 



- JU 



FLORIDA - EQ.OIVAI£NT "ON TREE" PRICES. BY. MONTHS 

PER BOX - SEASONS 194a-49 — 1964-65 " 

ORAKQES - Early and Mid-season (including Temples) 



SALES 



SEASON 



T 



OCT. 



NOV. 



DEC. 



JAN. 



FEB. 



KAR. 



APR. Season Average 



$ 



ALL METHODS 


















OF SALES 


















1948-49 


:94 


.41 


.60 


.81 


1.01 


1.31 


- 


.75 


1949-50 


2.34 


1.02 


1.22 


2.11 


2.86 


3,05 


- 


.1.80 


1950-51 


1.72 


1.24 


1.34 


1.41 


1.86 


1.96 


1.91 


1.46 


1951-52 


1.66 


.75 


.71 


.66 


.59 


.70 


.87 


.70 


1952-53 


1.93 


.67 


.91 


1.23 


1.41 


1.46 


- 


1.12 


1953-54 


1.24 


1.19 


1.15 


1.07 


.97 


1.29 


1.57 


1.10 


1954-55 


1.23 


1.00 


1.02 


1.07 


1.23 


1.52 


1.68 


1.12 


1955-56 


1.58 


1.29 


1.58 


1.79 


1.98 


1.90 


- 


1.71 


1956-57 


2.22 


1.30 


1.29 


1.35 


1.59 


1.75 


- 


1.45 


1957-58 


1.21 


1.04 


1.47 


1.65 


2.04 


2.21 


- 


1,56 


1958-59 


3.05 


2.36 


2.55 


2.61 


2.81 


2.97 


3. CO 


2.66 


1959-50 


1.83 


1.34 


1.55 


1.95 


2.16 


2,67 


2.44 


1.87 


1960-61 


3.03 


2.46 


2.55 


3,06 


3.46 


3.35 


- 


2.90 


1961-62 


2.08 


1.75 


1.90 


1.98 


2.00 


1.80 


- 


1.95 


1962-63 2/ 


1,95 


1.50 


1.90 


2.58 


3.40 


4.65 


- 


2.21 


1963-64 


3.87 


4.31 


4.50 


4.72 


4.86 


4.19 


- 


4.58 


1964-65 1/ 


4.02 


2.63 


2.61 


3.00 


3,16 


2.28 


- 


Unavailable 


SALES FOR 


















FRESH USE 


















1948-49 


1.13 


.45 


.64 


,89 


1,03 


1.25 


- 


.78 


1949-50 


2.49 


1.10 


1.15 


2.14 


2.91 


3.09 


- 


1.74 


1950-51 


2.06 


1.37 


1.49 


1.41 


1.88 


2.09 


2.03 


1.58 


1951-52 


2.03 


.85 


.77 


.65 


.62 


.62 


1.75 


.78 


1952-53 


2.35 


.74 


1.00 


1.19 


1.48 


1.76 


- 


1,15 


1953-54 


1.38 


1.32 


1.28 


1.09 


.98 


1.79 


2.11 


1.23 


1954-55 


1.34 


1.07 


.99 


1.15 


1.43 


1.89 


1.95 


1.20 


1955-56 


1.73 


1.32 


1.60 


1.87 


2.03 


2.21 


- 


1.69 


1956-57 


2.67 


1.53 


1.55 


1.50 


1.83 


2.31 


- 


1.67 


1957-58 


1.30 


1.01 


1.27 


1.82 


2.62 


3.27 


- 


1.51 


1938-59 


3.48 


2.39 


2.60 


2.51 


2.67 


3.15 


3.15 


2.61 


1959-60 


2.29 


1.51 


1.84 


2.05 


2.53 


3.01 


2.89 


2,00 


1960-61 


3.46 


2.79 


.2.95 


3.26 


3.62 


3.57 


- 


3.19 


1961-62 


2.44 


2.04 


2.12 


2.42 


2.56 


2,47 


. 


2.31 


1962-63 


2.37 


1.35 


1.66 


4.42 


4.33 


6,27 


- 


2,53 


1963-64 


4.17 


4.53 


4.71 


4.89 


4.97 


4.62 


- 


4,70 


1964-65 1/ 


4.59 


2.93 


2.87 


3.23 


3.16 


2.77 


- 


Unavailable 


SALES FOR 


















PROCESSING 


















1948-49 


.35 


.36 


.54 


.73 


.99 


1.35 


• 


.71 


1949-50 


1.40 


.94 


1.27 


2,10 


2.84 


3.04 


- 


1.84 


1950-51 


.70 


1.11 


1.24 


1.41 


1.86 


1.91 


1.91 


1.38 


1951-52 


.69 


.63 


.65 


.66 


.58 


.72 


.74 


.65 


1952-53 


.56 


.59 


.84 


1.24 


1.38 


1.40 


- 


1.11 


1953-54 


1.07 


1.12 


1.07 


1.07 


.97 


.97 


1.27 


1.05 


1954-55 


.78 


.94 


1.03 


1.05 


1.18 


1.37 


1.42 


1.09 


1955-56 


1.22 


1.27 


1.57 


1.77 


1.97 


1.82 


. 


1.72 


1956-57 


1.32 


1.02 


1.17 


1.32 


1.55 


1.62 


. 


1.37 


1957-58 


.98 


1.08 


1.53 


1.63 


1.83 


2.C8 


. 


1.58 


1958-59 


2.03 


2.33 


2.53 


2.63 


2.83 


2,93 


2.93 


2.67 


1959-60 


1.28 


1.23 


1.57 


1.96 


2.10 


1.58 


1.53 


1.82 


1960-61 


2.18 


1.93 


2.38 


3.03 


3.42 


3.29 


- 


2.83 


1961-62 


1.28 


1.53 


1.83 


1.91 


1.90 


1.59 


. 


1.85 


1962-63 2/ 


.83 


1.73 


1.92 


2.39 


2.45 


2.33 


. 


2.11 


' 1963-64 


3.43 


4.18 


4.43 


4.68 


4.83 


4.03 


- 


4.53 


1964-55 1/ 


2.78 


2.43 


2.53 


2.96 


2.76 


2.20 


- 


Unavailable 


1/ Preliminary. 








2/ Revised. 









Made Available 
through the courtesy of Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting Service, Orlando 



TABLE 26 



- 31 - 

FLORIDA - ESmVALENT "ON TREE" PRICES. BY MONTHS 

PER BOX - SEASONS 1948-49 -- 1964-65. INCLUSIVE 

ORAWOES - Late Type (Valencia) 



SALES 



SEASON 



T 



T 



T 



FEB. 



MAR. 



APR. 



MAY 



JUNE 



JULY 



SEASON AVERAGE 



ALL METHODS 


















OP SALE 


















1948-49 




1.24 


1.57 


2.10 


2.94 


3.19 


2.92 


2.16 


1949-50 




2.97 


3.10 


2.54 


2.32 


2.43 


2.70 


2.61 


1950-51 




2.02 


1.95 


1.96 


2.00 


1.63 


.86 


1.87 


1951-52 




.89 


.87 


.80 


1.01 


1.15 


1.64 


.93 


1952-53 




1.66 


1.40 


1.37 


1.45 


1.85 


2.41 


1,51 


1953-54 




1.01 


1.01 


1.34 


1.79 


1.96 


3.03 


1.45 


1954-55 




1.50 


1.63 


1.69 


1.65 


1.92 


2.43 


1.72 


1955-56 




1.89 


1.85 


1.83 


2.15 


2.27 


2.47 


2.04 


1956-57 




1.89 


1.78 


1.46 


1.28 


1.03 


1.44 


1.34 


1957-58 




2.50 


2.68 


3.46 


3.89 


4.24 


- 


3.17 


1958-59 




2.68 


2.91 


2.86 


3.42 


3.34 


3.11 


3.12 


1959-60 




2.05 


1.86 


1.94 


2.12 


2.52 


- 


2.07 


1960-61 




3.10 


2.94 


2.94 


3.13 


3.24 


3.33 


3,08 


1961-62 




2.05 


1.87 


1.88 


1.T7 


1.80 


1.61 


1.81 


1962-63 


2/ 


2.54 


3.24 


3.93 


5.10 


6.15 


- 


3.50 


1963-64 




4.60 


4.15 


4.50 


4.62 


4.47 


- 


4.49 


1964-65 


1/ 


2.73 


2.30 


2.29 


2.59 


2.72 


- 


Unavailable 


SALES FOR 


















FRESH USE 


















1948-49 




1,37 


1.58 


2.14 


3.14 


3.32 


3.31 


2.24 


1949-50 




3.10 


3.14 


2.61 


2.28 


2.59 


2.80 


2.73 


1950-51 




2.33 


2.19 


2.04 


1.98 


1.69 


1.63 


2.01 


1951-52 




1.07 


.94 


.80 


1.06 


1.19 


1.85 


.97 


1952-53 




1.77 


1.57 


1.38 


1.51 


1.59 


2.52 


1.54 


1953-54 




1.09 


1.07 


1.52 


2.03 


2.20 


3.70 


1.57 


1954-55 




1.57 


1.61 


1.68 


1.56 


2.12 


2.76 


1.75 


1955-56 




1.86 


1.87 


1.84 


2.28 


2.77 


3.34 


2.08 


1956-57 




2.07 


1.90 


1.75 


1.37 


1.23 


2.02 


1.68 


1957-58 




2.45 


2.35 


3.84 


3.51 


4.45 


- 


2.96 


1958-59 




2.77 


2.96 


3.00 


3.36 


3.40 


3.29 


3.06 


1959-60 




2.17 


2.01 


1.78 


2.03 


3.09 


- 


2.04 


1960-61 




3.79 


2.96 


2.76 


3.12 


3.31 


4.50 


3.07 


1961-62 




2.55 


2.11 


1.67 


1.28 


1.36 


1.52 


1,73 


1962-63 


2/ 


3.93 


4.98 


5.33 


6.60 


6.72 


- 


5.33 


1963-64 




4.79 


4.22 


4.33 


4.52 


4.92 


- 


4.47 


1964-65 


1/ 


3.01 


2.38 


2.02 


2.34 


3.18 


- 


Unavailable 


SALES FOR 


















PROCESSING 




1.05 


1.57 


2.05 


2.69 


3.02 


2.83 




1948-49 


2.C6 


1949-50 




2.84 


3.04 


2.51 


2.34 


2.29 


2.25 


2.52 


1950-51 




1.86 


1.71 


1.91 


2.01 


1.61 


.46 


1.79 


1951-52 




.65 


.78 


.80 


.98 


1.12 


1.18 


.90 


1952-53 




1.28 


1.40 


1.37 


1.43 


1.95 


2.16 


1.49 


1953-54 




.92 


.97 


1.27 


1.72 


1.82 


1.37 


1.39 


1954-55 




1.45 


1.64 


1.69 


1.68 


1.85 


1,06 


1.71 


1955-56 




1.97 


1.82 


1.82 


2.12 


2.17 


1.97 


2.02 


1956-57 




1.49 


1.62 


1.32 


1.26 


l.CO 


1.27 


1.22 


1957-58 




2.53 


2.78 


3.38 


3.93 


4.13 


- 


3.23 


1958-59 




2.63 


2.88 


2.83 


3.43 


3.33 


3.03 


3.13 


1959-60 




1.93 


1.73 


1.98 


2.13 


2.43 


- 


2.08 


1960-61 




2.78 


2.93 


2.98 


3.13 


3.23 


3.13 


3.08 


1961-62 




1.78 


1.68 


1.93 


1.83 


1.83 


1.63 


1.83 


1962-63 2/ 


2.43 


3.03 


3.73 


4.78 


5.68 


- 


3.25 


1963-64 


2/ 


4.43 


4.13 


4.53 


4.63 


4.38 


- 


4.49 


1964-65 jy 


2.53 


2.25 


2.33 


2.63 


2.53 


- 


Unavailable 


i/ Preliminary. 










2/ 


Revised. 







Made Available 
through the courtesy of Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting Service, Orlando 



TABLE 26 



32 



FLORIDA - EQUIVALENT "OW TREE" PRICES. BY MONTHS 



PER BOX - SEASONS 1948-49 - X964.-65. Inclusive 
GRAPEFRUIT - Seedless 



SALES 



SEASON 



j j J j , j j j , I 

I OCT. I NOV. I DEC. I JAN. I FEB. I MAR. I APR. I MAY I JUNE | JULY I Season Average 
I I J \ I \ I I I I I 



$ 



$ 



$ 



$ 



$ 



$ 



$ 



ALL METHODS 
OP SALES 



1948-49 




.59 


.35 


.34 


.50 


.57 


.99 


1.62 


2.19 


1.41 


1.C8 


.85 


1949-50 




2.64 


1.89 


1.85 


1.96 


1.93 


2.07 


2.09 


1.88 


1.42 


1.44 


1.94 


1950-51 




1.27 


1.11 


1.18 


1.10 


1.40 


1.20 


1.14 


.81 


.59 


.35 


1.09 


1951-52 




1.58 


1.04 


1.00 


.91 


.66 


.63 


.43 


.56 


.42 


.47 


.74 


1952-53 




1.37 


1.09 


1.20 


1.04 


.91 


.87 


.84 


.96 


1.37 


1.23 


1.01 


1953-54 




.97 


.95 


.92 


.70 


.56 


.63 


.59 


.59 


.42 


1.32 


.71 


1954-55 




1.21 


1.04 


.91 


.84 


.70 


.58 


.72 


.56 


.81 


1.23 


.81 


1955-56 




1.13 


.85 


.92 


.81 


.62 


.57 


.74 


1.01 


.78 


1.23 


.80 


1956-57 




2.14 


1.24 


1.17 


1.13 


1.02 


.99 


.95 


.92 


.88 


1.11 


1.12 


1957-58 




1.14 


.97 


1.13 


1.05 


.89 


1.28 


1.79 


2.47 


- 


- 


1.16 


1958-59 




2.12 


1.71 


1.44 


1.26 


1.10 


1.09 


.87 


.98 


1.20 


.94 


1.20 


1959-60 




1.06 


1.01 


1.07 


1.C8 


1.09 


1.17 


1.22 


1.49 


1.63 


- 


1.12 


1960-61 




1.60 


1.41 


1.39 


1.25 


.96 


.82 


.63 


.81 


.74 


1.64 


1.03 


1961-62 




1.21 


.84 


.73 


.70 


.72 


.78 


.93 


.62 


.60 


.34 


.75 


1962-63 


2/ 


1.22 


1.19 


1.31 


1.50 


1.45 


2.13 


2.42 


2.59 


3.23 


- 


1.40 


1963-64 




2.16 


2.32 


2.34 


2.33 


2.51 


2.62 


2.91 


3.37 


2.65 


- 


2.39 


1964-65 


1/ 


2.95 


2.15 


2.04 


1.64 


1.24 


.99 


1.59 


2.C8 


- 


- 


Unavailable 


SALES FOR 


























FRESH USE 


























1948-49 




.66 


.44 


.43 


.69 


.65 


1.15 


1.86 


2.46 


1.92 


1.96 


1.09 


1949-50 




2.75 


2.03 


2.00 


2.10 


2.12 


2.24 


2.20 


2.07 


1.61 


1.52 


2.12 


1950-51 




1.44 


1.22 


1.34 


1.25 


1.52 


1.35 


1.33 


1.05 


.81 


.63 


1.30 


1951-52 




1.80 


1.20 


1.15 


1.08 


.81 


.77 


.57 


.79 


.68 


.96 


.93 


1952-53 




1.59 


1.26 


1.42 


1.21 


1.11 


1.00 


1.08 


1.15 


1.72 


1.32 


1.21 


1953-54 




1.11 


1.15 


1.13 


.92 


.78 


.88 


.82 


.87 


.67 


1.66 


.95 


1954-55 




1.32 


1.22 


1.07 


1.02 


.89 


.79 


.94 


.70 


1.10 


1.53 


1.02 


1955-56 




1.42 


1.10 


1.06 


.97 


.80 


.82 


.90 


1.31 


1.29 


1.60 


1.01 


1956-57 




2.47 


1.50 


1.39 


1.41 


1.26 


1.34 


1.23 


1.16 


1.19 


1.71 


1.42 


1957-58 




1.28 


1.15 


1.34 


1.39 


1.26 


1.58 


2.12 


3.25 


- 


- 


1.46 


1958-59 




2.39 


1.97 


1.62 


1.45 


1.29 


1.29 


1.05 


1.05 


1.38 


1.18 


1.42 


1959-60 




1.23 


1.18 


1.25 


1.22 


1.29 


1.34 


1.41 


1.90 


2.10 


- 


1.33 


1960-61 




1.78 


1.70 


1.60 


1.50 


1.18 


1.02 


.80 


.97 


.91 


1.95 


1.27 


1961-62 




1.43 


1.05 


.95 


.96 


.98 


1.23 


1.12 


.98 


1.06 


.90 


1.09 


1962-63 


2/ 


1.33 


1.37 


1.55 


2.67 


2.37 


2.77 


2.97 


3.02 


3.91 


- 


2.15 


1963-64 2/ 


2.41 


2.55 


2.63 


2.70 


2.76 


3.07 


3.37 


4.35 


3.90 


- 


2.71 


1964-65 


1/ 


3.52 


2.44 


2.49 


2.04 


1.83 


1.44 


1.96 


2.49 


- 


- 


Unavailable 


SALES FOR 


























PROCESSIHQ 


























1948-49 




.31 


.26 


.27 


.32 


.48 


.64 


.71 


.78 


.85 


.87 


.44 


1949-50 




1.06 


1.48 


1.69 


1.83 


1.76 


1.74 


1.71 


1.20 


1.23 


1.22 


1.62 


1950-51 




.57 


.60 


.60 


.72 


1.04 


.80 


.71 


.41 


.35 


.20 


.59 


1951-52 




.10 


.17 


.22 


.18 


.09 


.03 


-.06 


-.04 


.02 


.03 


.05 


1952-53 




-.05 


.07 


.37 


.48 


,43 


.42 


.34 


.28 


.46 


.40 


.36 


1953-54 




.12 


.11 


.13 


.09 


.02 


-.04 


.01 


.10 


.06 


-.10 


.05 J 


1954-55 




.00 


.12 


.18 


.19 


.18 


.19 


.15 


.12 


.14 


.08 


.16 


1955-56 




-.05 


-.05 


.15 


.23 


.16 


.08 


.10 


130 


.50 


.50 


.19 1 


1956-57 




.00 


.20 


.27 


.45 


.45 


.35 


.38 


.46 


.37 


.26 


.38 


1957-58 




.36 


.43 


.46 


.53 


.54 


.67 


.75 


.52 


- 


- 


.53 


1958-59 




.38 


.68 


.78 


.73 


.66 


.73 


.53 


.83 


.83 


.48 


.68 


1959-60 




.03 


.40 


.37 


.55 


.70 


.65 


.58 


.55 


.53 


. 


.57 


1960-61 




.13 


.34 


.41 


.57 


.39 


.36 


.24 


.64 


.58 


.56 


.46 


1961-62 




-.10 


-.01 


.02 


.08 


.17 


.09 


.08 


.05 


.06 


.03 


.07 


1962-63 


2/ 


.09 


.13 


.31 


.53 


.44 


.58 


.82 


.87 


1.58 




.49 


1963-64 




.73 


1.07 


1.31 


1.59 


2.04 


1.93 


1.96 


1.98 


1.88 


- 


1.65 


1964-65 1/ 


1.16 


1.22 


1.02 


1.01 


.43 


.42 


.80 


1.26 


- 


- 


Unavailable 


jy Preliminary. 












2/ 


Revised. 









Made Available 
through the courtesy of Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting Service, Orlando 



TABLE 26 



- 33 



FLORIDA - EQUIVALENT "ON TREE" PRICES. BY MONTHS 
PER BOX - SEASONS 1948-49 - 1964-65. INCLUSIVE 
ORAPEPRUIT - Seedy 



I I I I I I I 

NOV. j DEC.j JAN. j FEB. I MAK. j APR. j MAY j 

$ $ $ 



SALES 



I I 

SEASON j OCT.} 



JUNE 1 JULYJ Season Average 



$ 



$ 



$ 



$ $ 



$ 



ALL METHODS 
OP SALES 



$ 



1948-49 


.36 


.31 


.32 


.36 


.46 


.63 


.86 


1.31 


1.23 


1.17 


.50 


1949-50 


2.09 


1.51 


1.63 


1,84 


1.77 


1.74 


1.75 


1.28 


1.25 


1.37 


1.66 


1950-51 


.88 


.66 


.67 


.77 


1.04 


.91 


.76 


.48 


.41 


.23 


.80 


1951-52 


.89 


.46 


.45 


.39 


.24 


.18 


.09 


.11 


.12 


.19 


.29 


1952-53 


.72 


.37 


.48 


.54 


.47 


.47 


,47 


,49 


.70 


.68 


.49 


1953-54 


.52 


.38 


.36 


.28 


,19 


.11 


.13 


.18 


.12 


.41 


,25 


1954-55 


.53 


.44 


.44 


.38 


,35 


.25 


.28 


.28 


.32 


.42 


.37 


1955-56 


.65 


.23 


.33 


.31 


,26 


.20 


.22 


.46 


.55 


.61 


,30 


1956-57 


1.65 


.53 


.60 


.62 


.59 


.49 


.47 


.56 


.47 


.42 


,58 


1957-58 


.71 


.70 


.71 


.69 


.69 


.88 


1.28 


.90 


- 


- 


,74 


1958-59 


1.39 


.99 


.93 


.85 


,75 


,70 


.59 


.81 


.87 


- 


.83 


1959-60 


.77 


.88 


.90 


.91 


.99 


1.01 


.84 


.79 


- 


- 


.91 


1960-61 


1.18 


1.01 


1.06 


1.05 


.91 


.68 


.40 


.75 


.65 


- 


.84 


1961-62 


.58 


.59 


.59 


.61 


.76 


.37 


.34 


.17 


.11 


- 


,51 


1962-63 2/ 


.54 


.67 


.71 


.72 


.72 


.97 


1.42 


- 


- 


- 


,74 


1963-64 2/ 


1.56 


1.97 


2.05 


2.04 


2,39 


2.04 


1.92 


2.01 


2.C8 


- 


1.98 


1964-65 1/ 


2.71 


1.94 


1.68 


1.52 


1,19 


,85 


1.45 


2.02 


- 


- 


Unavailable 


SAT.KS FOR 
























FRESH USE 
























1948-49 


.43 


.45 


.35 


.47 


,52 


.79 


1.25 


1.80 


1.56 


1,56 


.67 


1949-50 


2.27 


1.53 


1.56 


1.74 


1,73 


1.70 


1.74 


1.56 


1.46 


1,52 


1.72 


1950-51 


1.05 


.88 


,92 


.87 


1.04 


.98 


.94 


.78 


.65 


.45 


1.01 


1951-52 


1.18 


.74 


.70 


.63 


.43 


.38 


.30 


.38 


.44 


.52 


.54 


1952-53 


.90 


.62 


.66 


.71 


.53 


.61 


.66 


.69 


1.07 


.84 


.68 


1953-54 


.80 


.77 


.73 


.59 


.39 


.39 


.36 


.39 


.39 


1.16 


.57 


1954-55 


.71 


.72 


.66 


.61 


.56 


.46 


.54 


.55 


.67 


l.CO 


.66 


1955-56 


.84 


.67 


.59 


.52 


.43 


.41 


.41 


.76 


.85 


1.16 


.58 


1956-57 


2.15 


.98 


.89 


.99 


,81 


.80 


,80 


.95 


.96 


1.16 


1.03 


1957-58 


.87 


.87 


1.00 


.87 


.83 


1.17 


1.65 


1.97 


- 


- 


.98 


1958-59 


1.83 


1.51 


1.18 


.97 


.84 


,86 


.65 


.73 


.78 


- 


1,05 


1959-60 


1.02 


.92 


1.10 


1.07 


1.12 


1.15 


1,13 


1.23 


- 


- 


1.10 


1960-61 


1.42 


1.29 


1.33 


1.41 


1.00 


.68 


.51 


.87 


.80 


- 


1.08 


1961-62 


.80 


.84 


.82 


.89 


.92 


.94 


.84 


.65 


.77 


- 


.87 


1962-63 2/ 


.88 


.88 


1,04 


1.40 


1.24 


1.79 


2.12 


- 


- 


- 


1.22 


1963-64 2/ 


1.91 


1.89 


2.11 


2.08 


2.15 


2.15 


2.21 


2.77 


2.86 


- 


2.01 


1964-65 2/ 


3.41 


2.37 


2,38 


2.02 


1.77 


1.37 


1.89 


2.46 


- 


- 


Unavailable 


SALES FOR 
























PROCESSING 
























1948-49 


.30 


.28 


.31 


.34 


.45 


.58 


,65 


.74 


.84 


,85 


.43 


1949-50 


1.06 


1.49 


1,70 


1.86 


1.79 


1.76 


1.75 


1.23 


1.23 


1.23 


1.64 


1950-51 


,57 


.60 


.60 


.75 


1.04 


,90 


.71 


.41 


.35 


.20 


.74 


1951-52 


.10 


.22 


.37 


.29 


.14 


.05 


-,05 


-.04 


,02 


.03 


.14 


1952-53 


-.05 


.21 


,42 


.50 


.45 


,43 


,37 


,28 


,46 


.40 


.42 


1953-54 


.18 


.25 


,23 


.20 


.12 


,03 


,06 


,13 


.07 


-.08 


.14 


1954-55 


.17 


.36 


,37 


,33 


.29 


,21 


.18 


,12 


.14 


.08 


,28 


1955-56 


-.05 


.05 


.24 


.27 


.22 


.15 


.12 


,30 


.50 


.50 


.21 


1956-57 


.10 


.35 


.52 


.55 


,55 


.45 


,42 


.46 


.37 


.26 


,47 


1957-58 


.57 


.66 


,65 


.66 


,67 


.81 


,84 


.61 


- 


- 


.68 


1958-59 


.48 


.83 


.88 


.83 


.73 


.68 


.58 


,83 


.88 


- 


.78 


1959-60 


.43 


.88 


.88 


.88 


.98 


.98 


.73 


.73 


- 


- 


.88 


1960-61 


.23 


.88 


.98 


.98 


.88 


.68 


.38 


.73 


.63 


- 


.78 


1961-62 


.15 


.52 


,53 


,53 


.73 


.30 


.28 


.10 


.08 


- 


.43 


1962-63 2/ 


.08 


.59 


.61 


.63 


.63 


.73 


1.C8 


- 


- 


- 


.62 


1963-64 


1.53 


1.98 


2.03 


2,03 


2.43 


2,03 


1,88 


1.88 


1.98 


- 


1.98 


1964-65 1/ 


1.32 


1,39 


1.17 


1.17 


.71 


.52 


.78 


1.27 


• 


— 


Unavailable 


1/ Preliminary. 










2/ 


Revised. 









Made Available 
through the courtesy of Florida Crop and Livestock Report.lng Service, Orlando 



TABLE 26 



- 34 - 

FLORIDA - EQUIVALENT "ON TREE" PRICES .BY MONTHS 

PER BOX - SEASOMS 1948-49 - 1964-65 .INCLUSIVE 

TANGERINES 



SALES 



SEASON 



I I I I I I I 
I NOV. I DEC. I JAN. I FEB. I MAR. I APR. I 

1 I I I 1 L 



Season Average 



ALL METHODS 
OP SALES 



$ 



$ 



$ 



$ 



$ 



1948-49 


1.02 


1.16 


.94 


1.02 


2.99 


3.39 


1.20 


1949-50 


2.62 


1.87 


1.11 


.90 


1.51 


» 


1.45 


1950-51 


2.98 


2.55 


.81 


.58 


.50 


1.14 


1.44 


1951-52 


2.84 


1.03 


.94 


.57 


3.70 


- 


1.31 


1952-53 


3.24 


1.35 


.92 


.67 


1.66 


- 


1.37 


1953-54 


2.28 


1.44 


.82 


2.07 


3.35 


- 


1.60 


1954-55 


3.48 


1.40 


.92 


.70 


1.18 


- 


1.39 


1955-56 


3.24 


2.10 


.84 


1.01 


.98 


1.67 


1.77 


1956-57 


2.98 


1.57 


1.20 


1.09 


1.22 


- 


1.73 


1957-58 


2.83 


2.20 


2.06 


1.26 


- 


- 


2.40 


1958-59 


2,80 


1.94 


.88 


.51 


- 


- 


1.62 


1959-60 


2.70 


2.60 


2.30 


- 


- 


- 


2.59 


1960-61 


4.10 


1.86 


.94 


.82 


- 


- 


1.51 


1961-62 


3.05 


2. CO 


1.93 


1.14 


1.44 


- 


2.04 


1962-63 


3.97 


2.47 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3.02 


1963-64 


3.82 


3.70 


2.44 


2.09 


- 


- 


3.45 


1964-65 1/ 


4.64 


3.04 


1.79 


1.36 


- 


- 


Unavailable 


SALES FOR 
















PRESH USE 
















1948-49 


1.30 


1.41 


1.24 


1.41 


3.10 


3.58 


1.51 


1949-50 


2.81 


2.15 


1.52 


1.38 


2.17 


- 


1.92 


1950-51 


3.09 


2.81 


1.09 


.99 


1.40 


1.41 


1.99 


1951-52 


3.01 


1.18 


1.14 


.81 


4.47 


- 


1.56 


1952-53 


3.45 


1.54 


1.28 


1.12 


3.80 


- 


1.76 


1953-54 


2.70 


1.87 


1.30 


3.08 


3.58 


3.33 


2.10 


1954-55 


3.64 


1.65 


1.21 


1.21 


1.85 


- 


1.78 


1955-56 


3.55 


2.50 


1.09 


1.62 


1.69 


1.74 


2.23 


1956-57 


3.38 


1.94 


1.57 


2.02 


2.85 


- 


2.31 


1957-58 


3.21 


2.65 


2.52 


2.11 


- 


- 


2.86 


1958-59 


3.22 


2.39 


1.82 


1.25 


- 


- 


2.42 


1959-60 


3.24 


3.34 


2.96 


- 


- 


- 


3.26 


1960-61 


4.62 


2.30 


1.41 


1.69 


- 


- 


2.18 


1961-62 


3.54 


2.44 


2.71 


2.21 


2.77 


- 


2.72 


1962-63 2/ 


4.53 


3.04 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3.63 


1963-64 


4.27 


4.32 


3.63 


3.57 


- 


- 


4.20 


1964-65 j/ 


5.03 


3.70 


2.53 


1.93 


- 


- 


Unavailable 


SALES FOR 
















PROCESSINQ 
















1948-49 


.08 


.15 


.25 


.24 


.05 


.30 


.17 


1949-50 


.05 


.38 


.46 


.46 


.61 


- 


.45 


1950-51 


.05 


.05 


.01 


.21 


.21 


.20 


.16 


1951-52 


.14 


.03 


.03 


.03 


.03 


- 


.03 


1952-53 


-.14 


-.13 


-.10 


.09 


.24 


- 


-.02 


1953-54 


.00 


-.06 


-.09 


.06 


.03 


. 


-.05 


1954-55 


-.02 


.04 


.04 


.07 


.12 


- 


.06 


1955-56 


.17 


.17 


.12 


.12 


.17 


.17 


.15 


1956-57 


.02 


.20 


.28 


.27 


.27 


- 


.22 


1957-58 


.11 


.12 


.07 


.07 


. 


- 


.10 


1958-59 


.05 


.35 


.30 


.25 


- 


. 


.30 


1959-60 


-.15 


-.05 


.30 


_ 


. 


. 


.00 


1960-61 


-.35 


.10 


.25 


.15 


- 


. 


-.15 


1961-62 


.20 


.50 


.70 


.55 


.55 


. 


.55 


1962-63 2/ 


.48 


.66 






. 


. 


.61 


1963-64 


1.95 


2.05 


1.60 


1.35 


• 


. 


1.85 


1964-65 1/ 


.75 


1.00 


1.20 


1.10 


- 


- 


Unavailable 


X/ Preliminary. 








2/ Revised. 







Made Available 
through the Courtesy of Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting Service, Orlando 



TABLE 26 










35 - 
















FLORIDA - EQUIVALENT "ON TREE" PRICES 










J 


»ER BOX - SEASONS 1948-49 -- 


1964-65 . 


INCLUSIVI 


















1 


ALL 


1 SOLD 


ISOLD POR 


1 ALL 1 


SOLD ISOLD FOR 


1 ALL 


1 SOLD 


1 SOLD FOR 


SEASON 1 


METHODS 1 PRESH 


1 PROCESS- 


1 METHODS 1 


PRESH 1 PROCESS - 


1 METHODS 


1 PRESH 


1 PROCESS - 


1 


SALES 


1 USE 


UNO 


1 SALES 1 


USE 1 INQ 


1 SALES 


1 USE 


1 IBG 






ALL 




Early and 


Mldseasor 


I Late (Valencia) 







R A N Q 
1.47 


E S 

1.29 





RANG 
2/ 


E S 

2/ 


0. 
2.16 


RANG 
2.24 


E S 


1948-49 


1.39 


2.06 


1 1549-50 


2.14 


2.19 


2.12 


2/ 


2/. 


2/, 


2.61 


2.73 


2.52 


1950-51 


1.65 


1.76 


1.57 


2/ 


2/. 


2/. 


1.87 


2.01 


1.79 


1951-52 


.80 


.86 


.76 


2/. 


^ 


2/ 


.93 


.97 


.90 


1952-53 


1.28 


1.31 


1.27 


3/ 


2/ 


1.51 


1.54 


1.49 


1953-54 


1.26 


1.39 


1.20 


2/ 


2/ 


2/ 


1.45 


1.57 


1.39 


1954-55 


1.37 


1.42 


1.35 


1.09 


1.09 


1.C9 


1.72 


1.75 


1.71 


1955-50 


1.85 


1.86 


1.85 


1.71 


1.68 


1.72 


2.04 


2.C8 


2,02 


1956-57 


1.40 


1.67 


1.31 


1.42 


1.58 


1.37 


1.34 


1.68 


1.22 


1957-58 


2.14 


2.00 


2.18 


1.54 


1.40 


1.58 


3.17 


2.96 


3.23 


1958-59 


2.87 


2.78 


2.89 


2.65 


2.51 


2.68 


3.12 


3.06 


3.13 


1959-60 


1.96 


2.02 


1.94 


1,82 


1.77 


1.83 


2.07 


2.04 


2.C8 


1960-61 


2.98 


3.15 


2.94 


2.86 


3.01 


2.83 


3.08 


3.07 


3.08 


1961-62 


1.88 


2.05 


1.84 


1.93 


2.14 


1.88 


1.81 


1.73 


1.83 


1962-63 


2.71 


3.41 


2.58 


2.17 


2.34 


2.13 


3.50 


5.33 


3.25 


1963-64 7j 


4.53 


4.61 


4.51 


4.58 


4.60 


4.57 


4.49 


4.47 


4.49 


1964-65 \J 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






ALL 




Seedless 






Seedy 




1948-49 


R A P 
.67 


E P R U 
.95 


I T 

.43 


GRAPE 
.85 


P R U I 
1.09 


__T 
.44 


G R A 


P E P R 


U I T 


.50 


.67 


.43 


1949-50 


1.79 


1.99 


1.63 


1.94 


2.12 


1.62 


1.66 


1.72 


1.64 


1950-51 


.94 


1.22 


.70 


1.09 


1.30 


.59 


.80 


1.01 


.74 


1951-52 


.52 


.81 


.12 


.74 


.93 


.05 


.29 


.54 


.14 


: 1952-53 


.76 


1.08 


.40 


1.01 


1.21 


.16 


.49 


,68 


.42 


1953-54 


.49 


.86 


.11 
.24 


.71 

.81 


.95 
1.02 


.05 
.16 


.25 
.37 


.57 

.66 


.14 


: 1954-55 


.63 


.95 


.28 


; 1955-56 


.57 


.92 


.20 


.80 


1.01 


.19 


.30 


.58 


.21 


1956-57 


.89 


1.36 


.44 


1.12 


1.42 


.38 


.58 


1.03 


.47 


1957-58 


.96 


1.37 


.63 


1.16 


1.46 


.53 


.74 


.98 


.68 


195S-59 


1.04 


1.36 


.75 


1.20 


1.42 


.68 


.83 


1.05 


.78 


1959-60 


1.05 


1.31 


.76 


1.12 


1.33 


.57 


.91 


1.10 


.88 


1960-61 


.96 


1.24 


.66 


1.03 


1.27 


.46 


.84 


i.ca 


.78 


1961-62 


.67 


1.06 


.26 


.75 


1.C9 


.07 


.51 


.87 


.43 


1962-63 2/ 


1.24 


2.02 


.55 


1.48 


2.15 


.49 


.74 


1.22 


.62 


1963-64 2/ 


2.29 


2.66 


1.81 


2.39 


2.72 


1.65 


1.98 


2.01 


1.98 


L964-65 1/ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




T A U 
3.57 


G E L C 

3.85 


_S 

1.45 


T E 
1.68 


M P L E 
1.75 


S 
1.45 


TAN 


a E R I 


N E S 


: 1955-56 


1.77 


2.23 


.15 


r 1956-57 


2.52 


2.80 


1.15 


1.97 


2.18 


1.15 


1.73 


2.31 


.22 


1957-58 


3.75 


4.25 


1.35 


2.33 


2.67 


1.43 


2.40 


2.86 


,10 


1958-59 


3.55 


3.80 


2.55 


2.87 


3.06 


2.48 


1.62 


2.42 


.30 


1959-60 


4.29 


4.95 


1.10 


2.41 


2.86 


1.58 


2.59 


3.26 


.00 


1960-61 


4.91 


5.55 


2.20 


3.43 


3.83 


2.88 


1.51 


2.18 


.15 


1961-62 


3.36 


4.20 


1.30 


2.17 


3.01 


1.33 


2.04 


2.72 


.55 


L962-63 2/ 


4.66 


5.55 


1.50 


3.09 


5.32 


1.57 


3,02 


3.63 


.61 


L963-64 2/ 


4.88 


5.48 


3.G5 


4.58 


5.12 


4.16 


3.45 


4.20 


1.85 


1964-65 1/ 


— 


~ 












" 


■■ 


L/ Uot Available. 


















y Revised 


. 



















Made Available 
through the courtesy of Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting Service, Orlando 



TABLE 27 



- 36 - 
CROP VALDES 
CITROS FRUITS l/ 



CROP and STATE 



Oranges: 

Early, Mldseason 
Navel Varieties: 

California 

Florida. Temple 
Others 

Texas 

Arizona 

Louisiana 



I Returns I Value of I Returns I Value of 
I Per box 2j2/\ Production^ I Per box 2/ I Production 



Pffi^^^ra 



4.61 
3.56 
2.63 

4.24 
7.00 



1.000 



57.026 

7.120 

114,405 

2,714 
105 



DqUa.rs 



3.68 
5.05 
5.04 

3,87 
6.70 



1.000 
Dollars 



55,384 

17,170 

122.976 

3.599 
100 



Valencia 
California 
Florida 
Texas 
Arizona 



3.88 
3.96 

3.52 



62.468 
114,840 

3,238 



3.59 
4.95 

3.76 



57,799 
150,975 

4,775 



ALL ORAWOES 
California 
Florida 
Texas 
Arizona 
Louisiana 



4.20 


119,494 


3.63 


113.183 


3.17 


236,^5 


4.99 


291.121 


4.20 


168 


3.81 


914 


3.81 


5.952 


3.81 


8,374 


7.00 


105 


6.70 


100 



n. S. ALL ORANQES 



3.46 



362,084 



4.50 



413,692 



ORAPEFRDIT 








Florida, all 


1.60 


47,900 


2.64 


Seedless 


1.85 


36,900 


2.74 


Others 


1.10 


11.000 


2.35 


Texas 


4.24 


297 


3.34 


Arizona 


.99 


2,148 


1.84 


California, all 


2.70 


6,745 


2.87 


Desert Valleys 


2.06 


2,468 


2.75 


Other Areas 


3.29 


4,270 


3.10 



69,449 

53,939 

15,510 

1,670 

5,906 

11.207 

6.867 

4.340 



0. S. ALL QRAPEPROIT 



1.64 



57.090 



2.60 



88.232 



LEMONS 

California 
Arizona 



3.97 
4.64 



49.625 
2.274 



2.12 

2.84 



34,556 
4,942 



U. S. LEMONS 



4.00 



51,899 



2.19 



39,498 



LIMES 4/ 
Florida 

TANOELOS Aj 

Florida 
TANQERINES 4/ 

Florida 



3.89 

5.19 
3.78 



1,556 

3,892 
7.560 



4.39 

5.40 
4.31 



1,976 

4.860 
15.516 



\J Price * value apply only to that portion of the 
door returns per box for all uses. 2/ Revised. 



srop utilized. J/ Equivalent packinghouse- 
jy Pla. Production 4 O.S. Production Synonymc 



Made available through the courtesy of the 0. S. Department of Agriculture Statistical Reporting 



TABLE 28 - 37 - 

AUCTION SALES - BY MONTHS - FLORIDA CITOUS - 1964-65 SEASON 
CARS 4 PER BOX AVERAQE 



COMMODITY 

SECTION SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC. JAM. FEB. MAB. APR. MAY JUNE JULY TOTAL 

ORAKOES 
INTERIOR 

Cars - 104 166 82 66 72 93 77 38 38 68 804 
j Avg. - 3.66 3.13 2.74 2.96 2.85 2.52 2.58 2.58 3.45 3.48 3.01 

INDIAN RIVER 

Cars 4 8 56 137 139 108 155 148 114 62 41 972 
Avg. 1.92 4.39 3.49 3.13 3.49 3.57 2.68 2.75 2.84 3.73 3.78 3.16 

3RAPEPRUIT -WHITE 
SEED 
INTERIOR 

Cars - 23 16 10 4 4 2 - 1 1 - 61 
Avg. - 2.81 2.29 1.80 1.89 1.70 1.16 - 2.45 2.45 - 2.30 

INDIAN RIVER 

Cars --0-016664- 23 

Avg. - - 2.49 - 2.12 2.77 1.67 2.20 2.66 3.57 - 2.45 

SEEDLESS 
INTERIOR 

Cars - 67 33 9 29 36 36 30 92 50 1 383 

Avg. - 4.20 2.51 2.17 2.08 1.93 1.73 2.26 2.81 3.98 5.47 2.89 

ItroiAN RIVER 

Cars - 35 77 134 169 186 228 287 169 58 9 1352 

Avg. - 4.47 3.41 3.17 3.19 2.88 2.59 2.77 3.52 4.32 4.87 3.10 

tRAPEFRUIT - PINK 
SEED 
^ INTERIOR 

Cars ----0------ 

Avg. - - - - 2.24 2.24 

INDIAN RIVER 

Cars 1 1 

Avg. 2.68 2.68 

SEEDLESS 
INTERIOR 

Cars 2 33 12 11 12 10 9 26 37 6 - 158 
Avg. 7.23 3.79 2.39 1.92 2.12 1.98 2.05 2.06 2.99 2.20 - 2.72 

INDIAN RIVER 

Cars - 55 67 162 129 113 121 186 88 43 12 9-% 
Avg. - 3.94 2.94 2.63 2.85 2.76 2.79 2.74 3.23 3.94 3.85 2.93 

' ?EMPLE ORANGES - 4/5 Bu. Box 

ALL FLORIDA 

Cars - - - 31 164 204 110 34 1 1 - 545 

I Avg. - - - 3.87 3.09 3.06 4.50 3.47 1.15 .76 - 3.43 

'AKOERINES - 4/5 Bu. Box 

ALL FLORIDA (includes all varieties) 

Cars - 8 181 401 275 85 42 7 - 2 - 1001 

Avg. - 5.04 4.83 3.27 3.39 3.95 5.06 4.27 - 1.99 - 3.73 

'AKOERINES - 4/5 Bu. Box 
ALL FLORIDA (Straight) 

Cars - 3 127 361 241 23 9 3 - - - 767 

Avg. - 7.31 4.99 3.28 3.42 3.35 5.55 5.25 - 3.66 



Made available 
:K.vfMi»Vi i-v<a r-r^nna-nai-i nn nf 1-ho RTnT>irta Cifriif; Ex»^hanpp & thp Federal-State Market News Service 



TABLE 29 



i;.l^, - 38 
UEIQHTED AVERAOE AUCTION PRICES - FLORIDA ORAKOES 











iqfi4 - 65 SEASON 




■,.^«r 


i. 








1 


NEW 


YORK 


CITY 




1 




PHILADELPHIA 








Interior 


Indian 


River 


Tempi 


es 


Interior 


Indian 


River 


Temples 


VffiEK 


' Boxes 


Boxes 
Cars AvK.. 


4/5 Bu 
Cars 


AvrI 


Boxes 


Boxes 


Cars 


Bu.Bxs 


ENDED 


1 Cars 


Ava. 


Cars 


AVR. 


Cars 


.Av^- . 


.Avfi- 


19fj4 


1 
























Sept. 4 


_ 


. 


1 


4.25 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


1.45 


- 


- 


11 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


.53 


- 


T 


18 


- 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


•r 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


25 


. 


- 


. 


. 


m 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Oct, 2 


1 


4.74 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9 


6 


4.70 


- 


. 


- 


- 


2 


5.09 


- 


- 


- 


- 


16 


8 


4.67 


- 


. 


- 


- 


5 


4.35 


- 


- 


- 


- 


23 


18 


3.74 


1 


5.18 


. 


- 


10 


4.03 


- 


- 


- 


- 


30 


32 


3. 06 


5 


4.30 


- 


- 


8 


3.00 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Nov. 6 


19 


3.75 


4 


4.38 


. 


- 


9 


2.75 


- 


- 


- 


- 


13 


25 


3.53 


7 


4.11 


- 


. 


9 


3.28 


1 


2.97 


- 


- 


20 


26 


3.28 


12 


3.41 


- 


. 


7 


3.41 


- 


- 


- 


- 


27 


19 


2.90 


17 


3.25 


- 


- 


13 


2.32 


8 


2.80 


- 


- 


Dec. 4 


9 


3.16 


19 


3.79 


. 


. 


6 


2.42 


7 


2.77 


- 


- 


11 


14 


2.85 


20 


3.44 


2 


4.11 


3 


2.69 


6 


3.20 


- 


- 


18 


6 


2.39 


33 


2.83 


8 


3.92 


8 


2.79 


7 


3.03 


2 


3.65 


25 


1 


1.99 


19 


2.99 


13 


3.75 


3 


2.50 


7 


3.08 


3 


3.71 


Jan. 1 


4 


3.69 


6 


4.48 


11 


3.63 


3 


2.90 


4 


3.30 


3 


3.02 


8 


13 


2.95 


20 


3.87 


16 


3.53 


6 


2.99 


4 


3.53 


4 


3.04 


15 


4 


2.87 


24 


3.32 


22 


2.96 


5 


3.01 


2 


3.85 


9 


3.03 


22 


3 


3.14 


23 


3.47 


23 


2.98 


1 


2.78 


7 


3.15 


8 


2.77 


29 


4 


2.56 


22 


3.40 


22 


3.00 


3 


2.90 


5 


3.39 


8 


3.19 


Feb. 5 


5 


3.17 


16 


3.83 


25 


3.14 


4 


2.66 


5 


3.46 


10 


3.09 


12 


7 


3.18 


16 


3.81 


23 


3.22 


. 


- 


6 


3.65 


12 


3.24 


19 


8 


2.72 


21 


3.49 


38 


2.86 


3 


2.85 


6 


3.51 


14 


3.00 


26 


5 


2.73 


16 


3.34 


24 


2.90 


5 


2.50 


7 


3.26 


9 


3.06 


Mar. 5 


12 


3.04 


15 


3.29 


18 


4.33 


3 


2.34 


8 


2.80 


5 


3.74 


12 


7 


2.74 


25 


2.65 


29 


4.20 


5 


2.48 


7 


2.94 


7 


4.74 


19 


8 


2.27 


26 


2.53 


11 


5.05 


5 


2.28 


8 


2.57 


5 


5.19 


26 


6 


2.44 


25 


2.53 


12 


5.15 


4 


2.10 


8 


2.40 


3 


5.44 


Apr. 2 


5 


2.79 


18 


2.81 


8 


4.61 


3 


2.28 


5 


2.60 


4 


3.76 


9 


8 


2.63 


22 


2.66 


9 


3.47 


3 


3.03 


8 


2.90 


3 


3.48 


16 


9 


2.69 


15 


2.75 


5 


2.72 


4 


2.54 


6 


2.77 


2 


2.68 


23 


5 


2.60 


16 


2.92 


. 


- 


6 


2.32 


4 


2.32 


1 


1.32 


30 


- 


- 


26 


2.59 


- 


. 


5 


2.49 


5 


2.66 


- 


- 


May 7 


1 


2.06 


29 


2.55 


1 


1.15 


9 


2.43 


6 


2.53 


- 


- 


14 


1 


2.35 


22 


2.72 


. 


. 


1 


2.23 


4 


2.64 


. 


- 


21 


- 


- 


15 


3.26 


- 


. 


3 


2.72 


2 


3.06 


- 


- 


28 ! 


4 


2.69 


18 


3.31 


. 


. 


6 


3.02 


1 


3.10 


- 


- 


June 4 


3 


3.21 


14 


3.37 


. 


. 


4 


2.82 


2 


3.27 


- 


- 


11 


10 


3.56 


10 


3.63 


1 


.76 


3 


3.33 


3 


3.42 


- 


- 


18 1 


6 


3.93 


9 


4.21 


- 


- 


3 


3.38 


2 


4.29 


. 


- 


25 I 


6 


3.47 


14 


3.69 


- 


. 


2 


3.29 


1 


3.68 


• 


- 


July 2 j 


10 


3.09 


10 


3.85 


• 


- 


3 


3.05 


4 


3.56 


- 


- 


9 


6 


3.28 


9 


3.78 


. 


- 


3 


3.13 


2 


3.58 


- 


• 


16 


8 


3.64 


7 


3.62 


. 


- 


2 


3.56 


1 


3.29 


- 


- 


23 ! 


11 


3.93 


3 


4.27 


- 


- 


5 


3.07 


. 


- 


- 


- 


30 


14 


3.83 


1 


3.71 


- 


- 


4 


3.11 


1 


3.27 


- 


- 


TOTALS 


377 


3.23 


651 


3.21 


321 


3.4a 


199 


2.89 


173 


3.00 


112 


3.39 


Total Sales, Floi 


'Ida Oranges, Excluding 






Total 


Sales 


, Florida Oranges, 


Excluding 


Temples - - - - - 


- - 1028 Cars 


$3.22 Avg. 






Tempi 


es - - 


" " " 


372 Cars $ 


2.94 Avg. 



Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service 



- 39 - 

WEIQHTED AVERAQE AUCTION PRICES - FLORIDA ORANGES 
1964 - 65 SEASON 



BOSTON 



PITTSBURGH 



Interior Indian River Temples , Interior Indian River Temples 
Boxes Boxes 4/5 Bu.Bx5_ Boxes Boxes 4/5 Bu. Bxs 



nar.; Avg Cars Avg. Cars Avg.l Cars Ayg. Cars Avg. Ca rs Avg. 



Sept. 4 
11 
13 
25 

Oct, 2 

9 

16 

23 

20 

Nov. 6 
13 
20 
27 

Dec. 4 
11 
18 
25 

Jan. 1 

.965 8 
15 
22 
29 

Feb. 5 
12 
19 
26 

Mar. 5 
12 
19 
26 

Apr. 2 

9 

16 

23 

30 

May 7 
14 
21 
28 

June 4 
11 
18 
25 

July 2 

9 

16 

23 

30 



« 


. 


- 


. 


. 




. 





4.25 


- 


- 


- 


- 


• 


. 


• 


- 


. 




. 


2 


4.38 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


« 


. 


_ 


• 




- 





4.28 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


4.23 


. 




. 


3 


3.ie 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


. 


2 


4.13 


. 




- 


1 


3.18 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


. 


2 


3.89 


- 




. 


2 


3.36 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


3.71 


1 


3.49 


. 




- 


4 


3. CO 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


3.98 


- 




. 


3 


2.87 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


3.26 


3 


3.31 


. 




. 


5 


2.60 


- 


- 


- 


- 






4 


3.36 


• 




• 


3 


3. CO 


1 


l.cl 





3.67 


• 


• 


6 


2.98 


. 




. 


2 


3. 06 


1 


2.46 


- 


- 


- 


. 


3 


2.93 





4 


55 


3 


2.63 


1 


2.48 


1 


4.25 


. 


. 


1 


3.55 


1 


2 


.34 


1 


3.33 


2 


2.86 


1- 


- 


. 


- 


4 


3.55 


2 


4 


54 


• 


- 


- 


- 


3 


3.19 


1 


1.96 


4 


3.65 


2 


3 


10 


3 


2.98 


.• 


- 


2 


2.63 






3 


3.24 


3 


3 


08 


1 


3.09 


- 


- 





2.49 


1 


1.80 


5 


3.19 


4 


2 


70 


3 


2.02 


1 


2.57 





3.22 


- 


. 


3 


3.65 


3 


2 


93 


2 


2.85 


- 


- 


2 


3.25 


- 


- 


2 


3.83 


2 


3 


76 


1 


3.13 


- 


- 


2 


2.76 


3 


3.10 


2 


3.85 


3 


3 


52 


3 


2.95 


- 


- 


4 


2.67 


2 


2.34 


4 


3.29 


2 


3 


17 


3 


2.71 


- 


- 


3 


3.01 


3 


2.64 


4 


3.21 


2 


3 


'33 


2 


2.86 


- 


- 


3 


3.20 


1 


2.25 


5 


3.02 





4 


85 


1 


2.74 


1 


2.81 


1 


4.46 


3 


2.12 


6 


2.73 


2 


5 


11 


4 


2.47 


2 


2.54 


1 


4.97 


. 


- 


8 


2.36 


1 


5 


20 


2 


2.82 





2.35 


1 


5.41 


. 


. 


3 


2.58 


. 




. 


3 


2.16 





2.47 





3.21 


_ 


_ 


2 


3.21 


- 




. 


2 


2.53 


- 


• 


- 


- 


- 


. 


7 


2.80 


. 




- 


2 


2.60 


1 


2.41 





3.06 


. 


. 


3 


2.93 


- 




- 


1 


2.52 


1 


2.46 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


3. 05 


1 


2 


34 


2 


2.76 


1 


2.55 


- 


- 


3 


2.39 


5 


2.82 





2 


75 


2 


2.55 


1 


2.55 


- 


- 


1 


2.11 


4 


2.72 


. 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


2.94 


. 




. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


. 


2 


3.33 


- 




- 


2 


2.95 


- 


- 


- 


- 


. 


. 


2 


4.04 


. 




. 


- 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


. 


- 


2 


4.40 


• 




- 


1 


3.42 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


4.17 


- 




- 


- 


• 


- 


- 


- 


- 


. 


. 


2 


4.03 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


. 


. 


1 


4.09 


- 




- 


1 


2.28 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


3.83 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


4.75 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 



4.70 




Total Sales, Florida Oranges, Excluding 
Pemples ----- 140 Cars $3.14 Avg. 



I Total Sales, Florida Oranges, Excluding 
' Temples 83 Cars $2.79 Avg. 



Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange 4 the Federal-State Market News Service. 



TABLE 29 



- 40 - 
WEIQHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES - FLORIDA ORAMQES 
1964 - 65 SEASOM 



CLEViXAND 



I 



CHICAOO 



V/EEK 
ENDED 



1964 
Sept. 



Oct. 



Nov. 



Dec. 



Jan. 
1965 



Feb. 



Mar. 



Apr. 



May 



June 



July 



4 

11 
18 
25 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

6 
13 
20 
27 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 

3 
15 
22 
29 

5 
12 
19 
26 

5 
12 
19 
26 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

7 
14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 

2 

9 
16 
23 
20 



+ 



Interior Indian River Temples | Interior 
Boxes Boxes 4/5 Bu. Bxs j Boxes, 
Cars Avg. Cars Avg. 



Cars Avg. I Cars Avg. 
J 



Indian River Temples 

Boxes 4/5 Bu. Bxs . 
Cars Avg. Cars Avg. 



1 2.92 



4.26 



2 


2.77 


. 




- 


- 


- 


2 


3.26 


- 




- 


- 


- 


3 


3.21 


_ 




- 


- 


- 


6 


2.24 


- 




- 


- 


- 


3 


2.45 


- 




- 


- 


- 


2 


2.91 


- 




- 


- 


- 


2 


2.00 


. 




. 


. 


. 


2 


3.05 


- 




- 


2 


4.51 


- 


- 


- 




- 


1 


3.41 


. 


. 


_ 




_ 


5 


3.27 





2.98 


1 


3 


08 


5 


2.69 


. 


. 


1 


3 


06 


4 


2.78 





2.98 





3 


37 


3 


3.01 


- 


- 


2 


3 


60 


3 


3.53 


3 


2.82 


- 




- 


4 


2.90 


2 


2.74 


2 


3 


45 


3 


3.35 





2.75 


2 


2 


97 


2 


4.12 


. 


- 


2 


2 


74 


2 


4.38 


2 


2,39 


1 


2 


61 





5.52 


1 


2.50 


. 




- 


- 


. 


1 


2.51 


- 




- 


1 


1.95 


1 


2.55 


- 




> 


. 


- 


2 


2.34 


- 




- 


- 


- 



TOTALS 



1 2.92 



34 2.62 



11 3.11 



35 3.24 



Total Sales, Florida Oranges, Excluding 
Temples ----- 1 Car $2.62 Avg. 



i Total Sales, Florida Oranges, Excluding 
I Temples ----- 45 Cars $2.74 Avg. 
I 



Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange 4 the Federal-State Market News Service. 



TABLE 29 



- 41 . 
WEIGHTED AVERAQE AUCTION PRICES - FLORIDA ORANQES 
1964 - 65 SEASON 







DETROIT 


TOTAL 


ALL CITIES 


WEEK 


Interior 

.Bo;t?s 
Cars Avg. 


Indian River Temples 
Boxes 4/5 Bu.Bxs. 


Interior 

Boxes 
Cars Avg. 


Indian River Temples 
Boxes 4/5 Bu. Bxs 


ENDED 


Cars Avg. Cars Avg. 


Cars Avg. Cars Avg. 



4 


- 


. 


- 


. 


. 




. 


. 


- 


3 


2.38 


- 


. 


11 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


1 


.53 


- 


- 


18 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


25 




> 


> 


- 


- 




- 


. 


- 


- 


- 


. 


- 


2 


- 


. 


. 


. 


. 




• 


1 


4.74 


- 


. 


. 


- 


9 





3.49 


- 


. 


. 




. 


8 


4.80 


. 


. 


. 


. 


16 


- 


. 


. 


. 


. 




- 


15 


4.52 


- 


. 


. 


. 


23 


1 


4.30 


- 


. 


. 




. 


29 


3.86 


1 


5.18 


. 


. 


30 


7 


3.32 


- 


. 


- 




. 


51 


3.09 


7 


4.28 


- 


. 


6 


2 


3.48 


- 


. 


. 




. 


33 


3.39 


6 


4.30 


. 


. 


13 


4 


3.C8 


- 


. 


. 




. 


42 


3.41 


10 


3.95 


. 


- 


20 


4 


2.87 


• 


- 


. 




. 


■ 45 


3.24 


13 


3.42 


- 


. 


27 


5 


2.37 


• 


. 


- 




. 


46 


2.59 


27 


3.17 


- 


. 


4 


2 


2.95 


- 


- 


- 




. 


28 


2.82 


29 


3.49 


- 


- 


11 


- 


- 


- 


- 


. 




. 


22 


2.85 


31 


3.33 


2 


4.11 


18 


2 


3.27 


- 


- 


. 




. 


20 


2.66 


47 


2.87 


10 


3.87 


25 


3 


2.00 


- 


. 


- 




. 


12 


2.46 


30 


2.99 


19 


3.85 


1 


2 


3.15 


- 


- 


- 




. 


10 


3.31 


13 


3.80 


16 


3.45 


8 


2 


2.98 


- 


- 


. 




- 


21 


2.96 


28 


3.77 


25 


3.49 


15 


1 


3.09 


- 


- 


1 


2 


.94 


14 


2.89 


30 


3.40 


41 


3. CO 


22 


1 


3.21 


- 


. 


3 


2 


.65 


6 


3.08 


34 


3.37 


42 


2.89 


29 


4 


2.97 


- 


- 


2 


3 


.66 


15 


2.74 


34 


3.33 


40 


3.02 


5 


5 


2.90 


- 


- 


3 


3 


.08 


16 


2.92 


24 


3.73 


46 


3.11 


12 . 





3.59 


- 


- 


2 


3 


.47 


8 


3.17 


26 


3.76 


44 


3.26 


19 


8 


2.74 


- 


. 


6 


3 


43 


28 


2.82 


29 


3.52 


69 


2.96 


26 


3 


2.89 


- 


- 


4 


3 


CO 


20 


2.71 


29 


3.32 


45 


2.99 


5 • 


5 


2.42 


- 


. 


2 


2 


80 


25 


2.77 


29 


3.12 


32 


3.99 


12 . 


6 


2.70 


- 


- 


2 


4 


25 


20 


2.64 


40 


2.76 


41 


4.31 


19 


6 


2.51 


- 


. 


1 


5 


07 


28 


2.34 


43 


2.56 


20 


5.09 


26 


7 


2.34 


2 


2.04 


- 




. 


20 


2.33 


43 


2.45 


17 


5.22 


2 


3 


2.57 


- 


. 


. 




. 


15 


2.50 


26 


2.74 


13 


4.14 


9 


3 


2.55 


- 


- 


- 




. 


17 


2.67 


32 


2.75 


12 


3.47 


16 


3 


2.94 


2 


2.86 


. 




. 


20 


2.65 


31 


2.76 


7 


2.71 


23 


5 


2.61 


- 


- 


- 




- 


17 


2.50 


24 


2.90 


1 


1.32 


30 


1 


2.61 


- 


• 


- 




. 


8 


2.57 


35 


2.64 


1 


2.34 


7 


3 


2.65 


1 


2.39 


. 




. 


18 


2.45 


42 


2.58 


1 


1.15 


14 





2.55 


2 


2.27 


- 




. 


3 


2.23 


32 


2.68 


. 




21 


1 


2.35 


- 


- 


. 




. 


4 


2.63 


19 


3.20 


. 


_ 


28 


1 


2.16 


- 


- 


- 




- 


13 


2.84 


21 


3.30 


- 


. 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


. 




. 


7 


2.99 


18 


3.43 


. 


• 


11 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




. 


14 


3.50 


15 


3.69 


1 


.76 


18 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




. 


9 


3.75 


12 


4.22 


• 


. 


25 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


8 


3.43 


17 


3.73 


- 


. 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




. 


14 


3.02 


15 


3.79 


- 


• 


9 


- 


- 


- 


- 


• 




. 


9 


3.23 


12 


3.75 


- 


. 


16 


- 


- 


- 


. 


. 




. 


10 


3.62 


9 


3.71 


• 


• 


23 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




. 


17 


3.72 


3 


4.27 


. 


_ 


30 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


18 


3.67 


2 


3.49 


- 


w 



100 2.76 



7 2.39 



26 3.311 804 3.01 972 3.16 545 3.43 



'otal Sales, Florida Oranges, Excluding 
'emples 107 Cars $2.74 Avg. 



Total Sales, Florida Oranges, Excluding 
[Temples - - - - 1776 Cars $3.09 Avg. 



Made available 
iirough the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange 4 the Federal-State Market News Service. 



TABLE 30 



42 



WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES - FLORIDA QRAPEPRUIT 
1964 - 65 SEASON 





NEWYORKCITY 


1 


1 

WHITE j PINK 

1 


S E 


ED SEEDLESS 1 SEED SEEDLESS 




Interior 


Indian Interior Indian [Interior Indian Interior Indian 
River River | River River 


i 


Cars Avg. 


Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg.jCars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg Cars Avg. 



1Q64 

Sept. 4 
11 
18 
25 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

6 
13 
20 
27 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

5 
12 
19 
26 

5 
12 
19 
26 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

7 
14 
21 
28 
June 4 
11 
18 
25 
July 2 

9 
16 
23 
20 



Oct. 



Nov. 



Dec. 



Jan 

1965 



Feb. 



Mar. 



Apr. 



May 



2 7.23 - 

9 6.02 3 5.56 3 5.72 

6 5.07 5 5.97 ... - 2 4.92 6 5.20 

3 3.05 - - 5 4.11 6 4.85 - - - - 5 3.46 8 4.46 

4 3.04 - - 6 3.24 11 4.39 - - - - 3 3.07 10 3.98 

3 2.23 - - 3 2.52 11 3.66 - - - - 3 2.43 18 3.11 
2 2.49 2.49 6 2.63 14 3.64 - . - - 1 2.94 3 3.26 

1 3.77 - - 4 2.76 10 3.74 - - - - 2 2.63 8 3.24 

2 2.65 - - 2 2.73 12 3.62 - ... 1 2.32 8 3.31 

4 2.03 - - 8 2.24 15 3.21 -- . _ .3 2.26 18 2.56 

3 1.87 - - - -22 3.03 . . - . - - 18 2.39 
1 2.26 - - 2 2.67 18 3.30 . . . . 2 1.86 20 2.52 
1 2.26 - - - -21 3.45 .... 1 2.10 17 2.95 
18 3.11 . - . . - - 27 2.43 

1 2.25 14 3.21 .... 1 2.05 22 2.34 
1 2.93 - - 2 2.23 19 3.40 .... 3 2.05 9 2.90 

2 2.14 26 3.05 .... 1 2.34 9 3.10 

2 1.91 22 3.25 .... - - 10 3.27 

3 2.09 19 3.22 .... 1 2.36 13 2.86 
2 2.74 17 3.18 .... - - 17 2.70 

1 2.77 2 1.95 23 3.17 .... - - 12 2.89 

1 2.68 2 1.8C 33 2.97 . . - - - - 15 2.82 
1 1.87 2.29 4 1.88 33 2.54 .... - - 18 2.60 

1 1.83 35 2.52 .... - - 20 2.49 

- - - 32 2.57 .... - - 17 2.65 

2 2.06 4 1.88 25 2.87 .... - - 14 2.64 

2 1.81 2 1.94 31 2.65 .... 2 2.07 14 2.70 

2 1.92 45 2.52 . . _ . 2 1.78 19 2.63 

3 1.91 2 1.97 33 2.80 . . . . 2 1.91 25 2.75 
2 2.45 2 2.13 32 3.09 .... 3 2.08 21 2.78 

1 2.57 3 2.14 37 2.94 1 2.31 29 2.65 

-' - 6 2.47 29 2.94 .... 3 1.72 18 2.77 

2 2.26 8 2.59 27 3.25 .... 1 2.80 13 2.85 

1 2.48 8 2.43 23 3.34 .... 4 2.61 14 2.94 
1 2.45 1 3.09 8 3.01 27 3.51 . - _ . 3 3.03 9 3.42 

2 2.93 12 3.14 28 4.07 .... 4 2.35 10 3.83 

1 3.23 8 3.69 21 4.02 .... - - 10 3.53 

2 3.83 7 4.33 13 4.35 .... - - 5 3.54 

- 11 4.46 4 4.98 .... 3 2.00 4 4.22 
1 2.45 - - 7 4.38 6 4.99 .... 1 3.22 3 4.47 

15. 47 65. 56 . . . . - - 3 4.78 

_ . . - - 3 3.84 

11. 96. .. .- -3 3.59 



Totals 28 2.50 21 2.53 163 3.20 824 3.20 



63 2.83 543 2.91 



Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, All Varieties 4 Sections 1642 Cars $3.07 Avg. 



Made Available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange 4 the Federal-State Market News Service, I 



TABLE 30 



- 43 - 

WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES - FLORIDA QRAPEPRUIT 

1964 - 65 SEASON 



PHILADELPHIA 


WHIT 


E PINK 






SEED 


SEEDLESS SEED 


S E E D L 


ESS 


Interior Indian 
Rivsr 


Interior Indian Interior Indian 
River River 


Interior 


Indian 
River 


Cars AvK. Cars Avk, 


Cars AvK. Cars Avk. Cars Avk. Cars Av^. 


Cars Avs. 


Cars Avk. 



1964 
Sept. 4 

11 
18 
25 

2 

9 
15 
23 
30 

6 
13 
20 
27 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

5 
12 
19 
26 

5 
12 
19 
26 

2 

9 
16 
23 
20 

7 
14 
21 
28 
June 4 
11 
18 
25 
July 2 

9 
16 
23 
30 



Oct. 



Nov. 



Dec. 



Jan. 



Peb. 



Mar. 



Apr. 



May 



1 
3 
2 
5 
2 
2 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 

1 




4.19 
3.71 
2.63 
2.41 
2.02 
2.09 
2.20 
2.10 



.92 
.71 
.47 
.47 
,47 
.43 
.48 
.04 
.14 



1 2.20 

2 1.36 

1 .71 

1 1.62 



2 1.13 



1 .3.38 



2 


6.03 


. 


- 


1 


4.12 


- 


- 


3 


3.92 


- 


- 


4 


3.44 


. 


- 


4 


2.81 


. 


- 




2.62 


3 


3.23 




2.83 


4 


3.21 




2.02 


4 


3. CO 




2.03 


3 


3.01 




1.94 


5 


2.69 




2.24 


2 


2.86 


2 


2.08 


4 


2.84 


1 


2.04 


3 


2.71 





2.17 


5 


2.88 


2 


1.77 


2 


2.88 


3 


1.88 


6 


2.89 


2 


2.06 


2 


2.88 


2 


2.15 


5 


2.72 


3 


1.97 


5 


2.62 


3 


1.77 


7 


2.54 


3 


1.70 


5 


2.87 


2 


1.76 


6 


2,52 


3 


1.60 


12 


2.19 


4 


1.59 


5 


2.27 


3 


1.49 


10 


2.23 


- 


- 


6 


2.16 





2.09 


7 


2.27 





2.15 


6 


2.71 


1 


1.89 


6 


2.88 


1 


1.93 


6 


2.79 


2 


2.78 


4 


3.05 


3 


2.70 


8 


3.00 


4 


2.55 


4 


3.11 


3 


2.62 


5 


3.41 


3 


3.21 


4 


3,45 


2 


3,61 


3 


2.74 


1 


4.33 


2 


3.94 


- 


- 


1 


5.92 


- 


. 


1 


4.90 


- 


- 


1 


4.46 



C 2.24 



3 


4.56 


. 


- 


1 


4.36 


2 


4.04 


1 


4.09 


. 


. 


2 


2.78 


3 


3.40 


1 


2.28 


2 


3.20 


- 


- 


3 


3.02 


2 


2.40 


5 


2.94 


1 


2.08 


6 


2.76 


1 


1.82 


4 


2.59 


1 


1.90 


8 


2.49 


1 


1.84 


10 


2.40 


1 


1.95 


8 


2.44 


1 


1.80 


6 


2.60 


- 


- 


4 


2.67 


1 


2.15 


4 


3.04 





2.13 


5 


2.80 


2 


2.06 


5 


2.75 


4 


1.91 


4 


2.75 





1.84 


6 


2.45 


1 


2.27 


5 


2.55 


- 


. 


4 


2.79 


1 


1.46 


7 


2.34 





1.80 


3 


2.58 


- 


- 


3 


3.31 


. 


- 


3 


3.02 


1 


2,17 


4 


2.83 


1 


2.57 


5 


2.92 


2 


2.50 


4 


2.90 


2 


1.88 


5 


2.93 


- 


- 


4 


3.05 


1 


2.87 


3 


3.23 


2 


2.65 


3 


3.34 


2 


3.71 


4 


3.58 





4.15 


4 


3.37 


. 


- 


2 


4.20 


. 


. 


1 


4.22 


1 


1.18 


2 


4.81 


- 


m 





3.46 



3.09 



TOTALS 



32 2.17 3 1.88 



73 2.50 162 2.77 



2.24 



37 2.54 152 2.85 



Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, All Varieties 4 Sections 459 Cars $2.69 Avg. 



Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal -State Market News Service. 



TABLE 30 



. 44 . 

WEIQHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES - FLORIDA QRAPEFRDIT 
1964 - 65 SEASON 



BOSTON 


W H I 


T E PINK 




SEED 


SEEDLESS SEED 


SEEDLESS 


Interior Indian 
River 


Interior Indian Interior Indian 
River River 


Interior Indian 
Hiver 


Cars Avg. Cars Avg. 


Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. 


Cars Avg. Cars Avg. 



1964 

Sept. 4 
11 
18 
25 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

6 
13 
20 
27 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

5 
12 
19 
26 

5 
12 
19 
26 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

7 
14 
21 
28 
June 4 
11 
18 
25 
July 2 

Q 
16 
23 
30 



Oct. 



Nov. 



Dec. 



Jan 
1965 



Feb. 



Mar. 



Apr. 



May 



TOTALS 



2.41 



- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


5.02 


- 


- 


1 


3.23 


1 


3.94 


- 


. 


- 


. 


2 


4.15 


- 


- 


- 


- 





3.36 


- 


« 


- 


_ 


2 


3.46 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


3.45 


- 


- 


. 


. 


4 


2.75 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


2.43 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


2.98 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


3.65 


- 


> 


. 


. 


1 


3.44 


- 


- 


1 


1.72 


2 


3.30 


- 


- 


- 


. 


3 


3.20 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


3.46 


- 


- 


- 


. 


1 


2.84 


- 


- 


1 


2.33 


3 


2.84 


- 


- 


- 


. 


4 


2.74 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


2.66 


- 


- 


1 


1.83 


4 


2.65 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8 


2.41 


- 


- 


- 


. 


5 


2.80 





2.30 


- 


- 


8 


2.68 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8 


2.42 


- 


- 


- 


- 


14 


2.00 





2.05 


- 


- 


7 


2.36 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


2.34 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


2.58 


- 


- 


2 


2.32 


7 


2.47 


- 


- 


2 


2.24 


4 


2.79 


- 


- 


2 


3.00 


4 


2.82 


- 


- 


3 


2.46 


2 


3.34 


- 


- 


3 


2.58 


2 


3.96 


- 


- 


3 


3.10 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


2.61 





3.86 


- 


- 


1 


.92 





4.65 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


5.27 



2.41 2.17 



4.39 



- 


- 


1 


4.02 


- 


- 


1 


3.80 


> 


- 





3.61 


- 


- 


3 


2.84 


. 


- 





2.94 


- 


- 


2 


3.24 


- 


. 


4 


2.44 


- 


- 


6 


2.28 


_ 


. 


5 


2.40 


- 


. 


2 


2.93 


. 


. 


5 


2.44 


• 


- 


4 


2.69 


- 


- 


3 


2.98 


- 


- 


2 


3.25 


- 


. 


4 


2.88 


- 


~ 


5 


2.66 


- 


- 


2 


2.93 


- 


- 


2 


3.13 


- 


- 


5 


2.79 


- 


- 


4 


2.59 


- 


- 


5 


3.00 


- 


- 


3 


3.13 


- 


- 


7 


2.62 


• 


- 


4 


2.80 


- 


- 


5 


2.73 


- 


- 


4 


2.89 


• 


. 


3 


3.02 


. 


- 


6 


2.86 





2.76 


.5 


2.89 


2 


3.15 


4 


2.97 


3 


3.24 


1 


3.26 


1 


2.72 


3 


3.26 


1 


2.81 


2 


4.07 





1.65 


2 


3.37 


- 


. 


2 


3.88 


- 


. 





4.28 


- 


- 


1 


2.90 


- 


- 


1 


3.53 



22 2.49 127 2.72 



7 3.08 118 2.86 



Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, All Varieties & Sections 274 Cars $2.77 Avg. 



Made Available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange 4 the Federal -State Market News Service. 



TABLE 30 



45 - 

















1954 ■- 


65 SEASON 






























P I 


T T S B U R 


a H 




















— - 




w 


H i 


T E 












P I 


N K 














- 


S B 


E D 


s 


E E 


D L E 


S S 






S E 


E D 




S E 


E D L 


E S 


S 






Interior 


Indl 


an 


Interior 


Indian 


Interior 


Indian 




Interior 


Indian 






Cars 


Ayfi. 


Cars AvK. 


Car 


S AVA. 


River 
Cars AvK. 






Rlv.er 




Cars AvK. 


RJ.V 
Car 


er 




Cars 


AVR. 


Car's t.vit. 


s AvR. 


;964 


















•;, . ,_ „ 






Sept 


. 4- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




11 


- 


« 


« 


- 


- 


- 


• 


• 


• 


- 


- 


" 


- 


" 


" 


" 




18 


- 


- 


- 


- 


. 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




25 


- 


_ 


_ 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Oct. 


2 


- 


. 


. 


- 





5.25 


- 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


5.01 


- 


- 




9 


. 


. ■ 


. 


- 


3 


4.90 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 





5.27 


- 


- 




16 


. 


. 


. 


. 


3 


3.83 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




23 


. 


- 


. 


. 


2 


3.55 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


3.32 


- 


- 




30 


• 


• 


• 


• 


1 


2.85 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


2.68 


- 


- 


Nov. 


6 


_ 


_ 


. 


_ 


1 


2.60 


1 


3.27 


- 


• 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


2.82 




13 


« 


. 


_ 


■ 


2 


2.79 


1 


3.20 


. 


- 


. 


- 





3.00 





3.01 




20 


. 


_ 


. 


• 





2.37 


2 


3.08 


- 


- 


- 


- 





2.53 


2 


3,09 




27 


• 


. 


. 


. 


. 




3 


2.53 


. 


- 


. 


- 


1 


2.20 


1 


2.98 


Dec. 


4 


_ 


• 


_ 


. 





2.24 


1 


3.32 


. 


- ' 


- 


- 





1.57 


4 


2.41 




11 


• 


• 


. 


- . 





1.82 


4 


2.83 


. 


- 


- 


- 





1.80 


2 


2.53 




18 


. 


. 


• 


. 






4 


3.15 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


3.04 




25 


• 


_ 


• 


_ 


_ 


• 


3 


2.86 


- 


. 


- 


- 


1 


2.04 


3 


2.67 


Jan. 


1 


. 


_ 


. 


- 


1 


1.90 


3 


2.94 


- 


. 


- 


- 





1.90 


2 


2.87 


1965 


8 


. 


. 


• 


_ 


1 


1.86 


2 


3.43 




-' 


- 


- 


- 


- 





3.52 




15 


- 


. 


. 


. 


- 


. 


3 


3.14 


> 


-'" 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


3.03 




22 


. 


■ 


. 


. 


_ 


_ 


2 


3.40 


-■■ 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


3,26 




29 


. 


- 


- 


- 


1 


2.31 


3 


3.31 


-;• 


- 


- 


- 





2.31 


1 


3.54 


Feb. 


5 


. 


_ 


_ 


• 


1 


2.16 


3 


3. CO 


--' 


-' 


- 


- 


- 


•• 


3 


2.81 




12 


• 


• 


• 


« 






7 


2.70 


-■ 


- 


- 


- 





2.30 





3.21 




19 


« 


• 


• 


« 


1 


1.38 


" 3 


2.76 • 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1.79 


3 


2.61 




26 


• 


. 


. 


- 


1 


1,83 


5 


2.36 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


2.85 


Mar. 


5 


• 


« 


. 


. 


1 


1.26 


3 


2.54 


. 


- 


. 


- 





1.74 


1 


3.02 




12 


• 


• 


. 


* 


1 


1.80 


5 


2.54 


- 


. 


- 


- 


1 


2.12 


2 


3,31 




19 


. 


. 


_ 


_ 





1.80 


5 


2.47 


- 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


3,13 




26 


« 


- 


. 


- 


1 


.92 


5 


2.52 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


3.48 


Apr. 


2 


_ 


- 


« 


- 


. 


. 


3 


2.45 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


3.07 




9 


« 


. 


« 


- 


. 


. 


3 


2.78 


- 


- 


- 


- 





2,15 


2 


2.80 




16 


• 


• 


• 


- 


- 


- 


2 


3.12 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


2.85 




23 


. 


- 


- 


. 





2.71 


3 


3.23 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


2.98 




30 


. 


- 


. 


_ 


1 


2.53 


4 


3.03 


» 


- 


- 


- 


1 


2.58 





3,06 


May 


7 


- 


- 





2.31 


1 


2.47 


2 


3.23 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


2,84 




14 


« 


_ 


- 


. 


2 


2.76 


2 


3.66 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 





3.71 




21 


. 


• 


_ 


_ 


2 


3.09 


2 


3.88 


- 


. 


- 


- 


1 


3.22 





3.48 




28 


_ 


• 


• 


• 


. 




2 


3.98 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


3.01 





3.23 


June 


4 


- 


. 


- 


. 


1 


3.63 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 





3.50 


1 


3,31 




11 


- 


- 


. 


. 


- 


. 


- 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


3.53 




16 


- 


. 


- 


- 


- 


. 





5.94 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


4.95 




25 


. 


- 


- 


- 


. 


. 


1 


4.47 


- 


> 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


3.87 


July 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


3.99 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




9 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




16 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




23 


. 


_ 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


. 


- 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




30 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


" 


• 


•• 


TOTALS 


- 


- 





2.31 


28 


2.85 


93 


2.93 


- 


- 


- 


- 


12 


2.80 


50 


2.97 


Total Sale 


s, Florida 


Grap 


efrult. 


All 


Varieties 


4 Sections- 


- - - 


- 183 


Cars 


$2. 


92 Avg 


• 





Made Available . 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange 4 the Federal -State Market News Service. 



TABLE 30 



- 46 - 
WEIGHTED AVERAQE AUCTION PRICES - FLORIDA QRAFEFRUIT 
1964 - 65 SEASON 



CHICAGO 



Oct. 



Nov. 



1964 

Sept. 4 
11 
18 
25 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

6 
13 
20 
27 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

5 
12 
19 
26 

5 
12 
19 
26 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

7 
14 
21 
28 
June 4 
11 
18 
25 
July 2 

9 
16 
23 
30 



Dec 



Jan 

1965 



Feb. 



Mar. 



Apr. 



May 



TOTALS 



WHIT 


E 


PINK 


1 


S rE D 


SEEDLESS 


SEED 


SEEDLESS 


Interior Indian 

River 
Cars AvK. (Cars Avk. 


Interior Indian 

River 
Cars Avp. Cars Av«. 


Interior Indian 

River 
Cars Avfi. Cars Avk. 


Interior Indian 

River 
Cars Ave. Cars Avk. 



2.41 



1 1.18 



1 


5.49 


. 


- 


2 


4.41 


- 


- 


1 


4.10 


- 


- 


2 


3.46 


- 


- 


2 


2.87 





3.56 





3.42 


v 


«, 





2.66 





2.76 


1 


2.25 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


3.24 





2.40 


3 


3.82 


1 


1.55 


1 


4.C8 


- 


. 


4 


3.27 


. 


- 


2 


3.37 


- 


- 


2 


3.47 


1 


2.18 


1 


3.19 


1 


2.25 


3 


3.74 


- 


- 


4 


3.18 


1 


1.90 


3 


3.29 


1 


1.90 


1 


3,36 


1 


1.96 


5 


3.18 





1.76 


4 


2.96 


- 


. 


3 


3.31 


• 


- 


5- 


2.90 


1 


1.60 


5 


2.82 


- 


- 


3 


2.95 





1.95 


3 


2.79 


- 


- 


3 


2.92 


1 


2.27 


4 


3.17 


1 


1.98 


4 


3.23 


1 


2.35 


3 


3.55 


3 


2.74 


4 


3.58 


2 


2.62 


2 


3.53 


2 


3.23 


2 


4.36 


3 


4.24 


4 


4.57 


2 


4.19 


2 


4.48 


2 


4.29 


3 


4.80 



1 1.18 



33 3.11 85 3.41 



1 


5.36 


- 


- 


1 


4.23 


- 


- 





3.42 


- 


. 





3.03 


2 


3.56 


- 


- 


2 


3.10 





2.65 


1 


3.16 


- 


- 


2 


2.95 





2.38 


- 


- 


1 


2.16 


3 


3.43 





2.15 


2 


3.18 





2.21 


4 


3.45 


. 


- 


5 


3.13 


. 


- 


3 


2.32 


- 


• - 





3.78 


. 


- 


4 


3.49 


- 


. 





3.67 


- 


- 





3.39 


1 


2.04 


1 


2.74 





1.99 


2 


3.76 


. 


- 


1 


2.47 


1 


1.91 


1 


2.81 


- 


- 


1 


3.50 


- 


- 


1 


3.93 


- 


- 


3 


3.24 


1 


2.03 


3 


3.55 


- 


- 


3 


3.26 


1 


2.23 


4 


2.68 


- 


- 


3 


2.06 


- 


- 





3.22 





2.41 





3.38 


1 


2.72 





3.19 


1 


2.91 


3 


2.93 





3.36 


2 


3.80 





3.93 


1 


4.09 


- 


- 


2 


4.45 


. 


- 





4.68 


- 


- 


2 


4.48 



9 2.84 61 3.25 



Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, All Varieties 4 Sections 



189 Cars $3.29 Avg. 



Made Available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange 4 the Federal -State Market News Service. 



TABLE 30 



- 47 - 

WEIGHTED AVERAGE AOCTION PRICES - FLORIDA QRAFEFRDIT 
1964 - 65 SEASON 









DETROIT 










w 


HIT 


E 


PIN 


K 






S E 


E D 


-SEEDLESS SE 


E D 




SEEDLESS 




Interior 
Cars Avg. 


Indian 
River 
Cars Avg 


Interior Indian Interior 

River 
Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. 


Indian 
. R4Yef . ,_ 
Cars Avg 


- 


Interior Indian 

River 
Cars Avg. Cars Avg. 



Sept. 4 
11 
18 
25 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

6 
13 
20 
27 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

5 
12 
19 
26 

5 
12 
19 
26 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

7 
14 
21 
28 
June 4 
11 
18 
25 
July 2 

9 
16 
23 
30 



Oct. 



Nov. 



Dec. 



Jan. 
1965 



Feb. 



Mar. 



Apr. 



Nay 



2.55 
2.30 



1 


5.74 


- 


- 


1 


4.92 


- 


- 


1 


5.03 


• 


- 


2 


3.66 


- 


- 


1 


2.69 


- 


- 


2 


2.78 


. 


- 





2.73 


- 


- 


2 


2.52 


. 


. 


1 


2.34 


. 


- 


1 


2.26 


1 


4.30 





2.04 


2 


3.65 


- 


- 


3 


3.32 





2. CO 


2 


3.54 


1 


2.69 


2 


3.05 


- 


- 


3 


2.90 





2.29 


4 


3.38 


1 


2.41 


2 


4.04 


2 


2.15 


4 


2.81 


2 


1.86 


1 


3.25 


2 


1.95 


3 


2.93 


1 


1.96 


2 


3.18 


2 


2,09 


2 


3.43 


1 


2.71 


2 


3.30 


4 


2.01 


2 


3.17 


5 


1.85 


2 


2.58 


5 


1.56 


3 


2.81 


- 


. 


1 


3.19 


- 


- 


2 


2.71 


2 


2.09 


3 


3.22 


1 


2.04 


2 


3.02 


2 


2.64 


2 


2.93 


4 


2.79 


5 


2.98 


8 


2.23 


2 


3.25 


3 


2.94 


2 


3.40 


3 


3.59 


2 


3.87 


2 


3.39 


. 


- 


1 


4.12 


- 


- 



1 4.82 



2 


3.23 


1 


3.59 


1 


2.61 


- 







2.92 


. 


_ 





2.73 


- 


- 





2.31 


- 







2.37 


- 







2.36 


1 


4.14 


1 


1.75 


2 


3.75 


1 


1.95 


3 


2.85 





2. CO 


2 


3.56 


1 


2.03 


2 


2.98 


- 


. 





3.26 


. 


- 


2 


3.73 


1 


2.50 


2 


4.10 





2.35 


3 


3.02 


2 


2.09 





3.37 


_ 


. 


2 


2.86 


- 


. 


2 


3.35 


. 


- 


1 


3.44 


1 


2.29 


2 


3.77 


3 


2.15 


2 


4.01 





1.79 


1 


2.47 





1.79 


2 


3.06 


1 


1.61 


1 


2.82 





2.25 


2 


2.94 


3 


2.12 


5 


1.91 


2 


2.00 


3 


2.95 


1 


2.26 


1 


2.62 


1 


3.04 


3 


3.29 


3 


2,47 


2 


3.31 


2 


3.30 


1 


2.95 


3 


3.54 


2 


3.62 



2 3.89 



TOTMiS 



2.43 * 



64 2.56 61 3.18 



30 2.56 52 3.19 



Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, All Varieties 4 Sections - 



207 Cars $2.90 Avg. 



Made Available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service. 



TABLE 30 



- 48 - 
WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES - FLORIDA ORAPEPRniT 
1964- - 65 SEASON - • ■- 





TOTAL ALL C 


I 


TIES 






WHIT 


E 




PIN 


K 




SEED 


SEEDLESS 




SEED 


S E E D L 


ESS 


Interior Indian 

River 
Cars Avg. Cars Avg. 


Interior Indian 

River 
Cars Avg. Cars Avg. 




Interior Indian 

River 
Cars Avg. Cars Avg. 


Interior 
Cars Avg. 


Indian 
River 
Cars Avg. 



Oct. 



Nov. 



1964 

Sept. 4 
11 
18 
25 

2 

9 
15 
23 
30 

6 

13 

20 

27 

Dec. 4 

11 

18 

25 

Jan. 1 

1965 8 

15 

22 

29 

5 
12 
19 
26 

5 
12 
19 
26 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

7 
14 
21 
28 
June 4 
11 
18 
25 
July 2 

9 
16 
23 
30 



Feb. 



Mar. 



Apr. 



May 



TOTALS 



1 
3 
5 
9 
5 
4 
3 
3 
6 
5 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 




.19 
.71 
.88 
.69 
.14 
.29 
.72 
2.47 
1.99 
1.81 
1.87 



.87 
.47 
,43 
,93 
,61 
,14 



1 2.20 
3 1.53 



.71 

1.62 



1 2.45 



1 2.45 



2.49 



2 
4 

3 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
3 



2.28 
1.95 



1 2.77 
1 2.68 
2.29 



2. 06 
1.47 

1.91 
2.46 
2.57 
2.30 
2.26 
2.48 
3.09 
2.93 
3.23 
3.68 



13 

13 

13 

16 

12 

10 

7 

5 

11 

2 

3 

3 

1 

3 

6 

6 

6 

8 

10 

8 

8 

10 

6 

9 

13 

8 

2 

2 

6 

6 

14 

21 

26 

21 

24 

18 

13 

12 

7 

1 



5 

4 

4 

3 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

1 

2 

2 

1, 

2, 

2. 

2, 

2, 

1, 

1. 

1, 

1, 

1, 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1, 

2, 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

3. 

3. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

5. 



96 
84 
07 



16 
38 
47 



,41 12 

,78 12 

,65 20 

,78 15 

,50 20 

,23 22 

,10 35 

,53 32 

,90 35 

,04 32 

,28 27 

93 30 

02 43 

10 33 

15 36 

15 32 

87 45 

75 55 
89 54 
77 63 
80 54 

76 55 
57 56 
92 73 
97 54 
10 53 
06 58 
51 49 
63 50 
47 37 
89 40 
27 42 
66 26 
04 18 



5 
9 
8 



5.97 
4.85 
4.44 
3.68 
3.61 
3.56 
3.43 
3.10 
3.01 
3.22 
3.33 
3.13 
3.13 
3.31 
3.C8 
3.35 
3.10 
3.06 
2.95 
2.94 
2.65 
2.51 
2.51 
2.67 
2.58 
2.41 
2.74 
3.00 
2.93 
2.93 
3.19 
3.28 
3.61 
■ 4.04 
3.91 
4.38 
5.17 
4.95 
5.23 



1 1.96 



61 2.30 24 2.45 383 2.89 1352 3.10 



2.24 



2 
4 
7 
7 
7 
8 
2 
2 
3 
5 
2 
4 
3 
2 
3 
3 
2 
1 
3 
7 

2 
1 
2 
4 

3 
4 
4 
8 
5 
5 
4 
12 
11 
10 
1 

4 
1 



7.23 
5.42 
4.81 
3.70 
3.30 
2.50 
2.61 
2.63 
2.37 
2.21 
1.99 
1.84 
1.96 
1.99 
1.96 
2.05 
.24 
.50 
.16 
.98 
.04 
.03 
.91 
.88 
.14 
.79 
2.06 
1.84 
2.16 
2.20 
2.01 
2.00 
2.86 
2.70 
3.28 
3.08 
2.81 
1.65 
1.80 
3.22 



3 
6 
10 
12 
24 
8 
15 
17 
27 
34 
40 
41 
47 
40 
17 
25 
21 
26 
30 
24 
28 
31 
35 
30 
25 
30 
33 
43 
40 
41 
29 
25 
26 
17 
20 
17 
9 
13 
4 
4 
5 
3 



2.24 



Total Sales, Florida Grapefruit, All Varieties & Sections 



2954 Cars $2.97 Avg. 



5. 
5. 
4. 
3. 
3. 
3. 



.72 
.20 
.38 
.95 
.21 
.15 
3.11 
3.13 
2.67 
2.56 
2.57 
2.78 
2.59 
.45 
.80 
.18 
.24 
.89 
.71 
.85 
.80 
.71 
2.59 
2.88 
2.87 
2.85 
2.77 
2.77 
2.65 
2.74 
2.82 
2.96 
3.02 
3.47 
3.64 
3.77 
3.58 
4.30 
4.32 
4.31 
3.53 
3.59 



2. 
2. 
3. 
3. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 



158 2.72 976 2.93 



Made Available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal -State Market News Service. 



TABLE 31 



49 - 











19^4 - 


65 SEASON 














NEW YORK CITY 
4/? By, ^x, 


PHILADELPHIA 
4/5 ?V.,Bi2i_ 


BOSTON 


PITTSBUROH 
4/5 &a. Box 




Week 


4/5 Bu. Box_ 




Ended 




bars 


Avg. 


Cars 


Avg. 


Cars 


Avg. 


Cars 


Avg. 




1964 






















Sept. 


4 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






11 


m 


• 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


* 






18 


• 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






25 


- 


. 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Oct. 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


" 






9 


1 


6.37 


_ 


• 


• 


- 


- 


- 






16 


1 


7.62 


- 


- 


- 


- 





4.65 






23 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






30 


6 


4.39 


. - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Nov. 


6 


14 


5.41 


- 


- 


- 


- 





5.63 






13 


21 


5.44 


4 


5.17 


- 


- 


3 


5.22 






20 


43 


5.04 


10 


4.92 


- 


- 


3 


4.78 






27 


56 


4.48 


12 


4.46 





3.98 


3 


4.60 




Dec. 


4 


55 


3.73 


15 


3.74 


2 


2.27 


3 


3.52 






11 


54 


3.22 


18 


3.01 


2 


2.61 


6 


3.34 






18 


70 


3.C6 


30 


2.60 


6 


3.53 


10 


2.28 






25 


44 


3.87 


27 


2.96 


3 


2.87 


2 


3.85 




Jan. 


1 


38 


4.19 


11 


3.46 


1 


2.73 


1 


3.47 




1965 


8 


38 


3.43 


19 


2.90 


3 


3.53 


2 


2.87 






15 


31 


3.21 


15 


2.87 


6 


3.10 


11 


2.36 






22 


20 


3.68 


10 


3.21 


5 


3.32 


4 


2.75 






29 


12 


4.50 


4 


3.21 


- 


- 





4.51 




Feb. 


5 


15 


4.10 


4 


5.09 





4.00 


- 


- 






12 


14 


4.24 


3 


4.99 


- 


- 


1 


3.11 






19 


14 


3.81 


4 


4.45 


- 


- 


1 


2.74 






26 


15 


3.16 


4 


4.02 





3.93 





5.02 




Mar. 


5 


9 


4.50 


2 


4.75 


- 


- 


- 


- 






12 


7 


5.57 


3 


4.46 


- 


- 


- 


- 






19 


13 


5.26 





4.14 





5.06 





2.88 






26 


7 


5.23 


1 


4.96 





4.80 


- 


- 




Apr. 


2 


3 


4.42 


1 


4.63 


- 


- 


- 


- 






9 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






16 


2 


3.91 





3.37 


- 


- 


- 


- 






23 


1 


4.23 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






30 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Kay 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






14 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


" 


•• 


" 






21 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


■• 






28 


. 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




June 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






11 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






18 


2 


1.99 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






25 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




July 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






9 


• 


- 


— 


• 


— 


- 


" 


• 






16 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






23 


• 


• 


. 


- 


• 


- 


- 


- 






30 


- 


- 


- 


" 


• 


* 


" 


• 




TOTALS 




606 


3.98 


197 


3.42 


28 


3.14 


50 


3.14 





Made Available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange i the Federal-State Market News Service. 



TABLE 31 



50 - 



WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTIOR PRICES - FLORIDA TANQERIMES 















^964 


- 65 SEASON 














CLEVELAND 


- 




CHICAGO^ 
4/5 Bu. Box 


DETROIT - 
4/5 Bu. Box ■ 


TOTAL 
ALL CITIES 
4/5 Bu. Box 




WEEK 


4/5 Bu 


1 Bo* 




ENDED 




Cars 


Avg 


• 




Cars 


Avg. 


Cars 


Avg. 


Cars 


Avg. 




1964 


























Sept. 


4 


- 




- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






11 


— 




- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


• 


• 






18 


. 




- 




. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






25 


« 




• 




- 


. 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Oct. 


2 


_ 




_ 




. 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






9 


_ 




• 




- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


6.37 






16 


. 




. 




. 


- 


. 


- 


1 


7.62 






23 


.. 




. 




. 


. 





3.84 





3.84 






30 


. 




« 




- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


4.39 




Nov. 


6 


. 




. 




- . 


- 


2 


3.63 


16 


5.19 






13 


_ 




- 




- ' 


- 


3 


4.05 


31 


5.25 






20 


„ 




_ 




1 


5.20 


2 


4.78 


59 


5. CO 






27 


_ 




- 




2 


4.27 


2 


4.04 


75 


4.46 




Dec. 


4 


. 




- 




1 


3.81 


3 


3.73 


79 


3.68 






11 


_ 




- 




3 


2.73 


8 


3.14 


91 


3.15 






18 


» 




» 




4 


2.11 


14 


3.31 


134 


2.92 






25 


M 




• 




4 


2.82 


17 


3.72 


97 


3.52 




Jan. 


1 


- 




- 




1 


2.46 


6 


3.19 


58 


3.88 




1965 


8 


_ 




. 




1 


3.85 


8 


3.77 


71 


3.31 






15 


_ 




. 




1 


3.26 


17 


2.92 


81 


2.97 






22 


_ 




- 




- 


. 


7 


2.68 


46 


3.30 






29 


_ 




— 




- 


- 


3 


4.12 


19 


4.17 




Feb. 


5 


. 




- 




- 


- 


3 


3.67 


22 


4.22 






12 


- 




- 




- 


• 


2 


4.42 


20 


4.32 






19 


- 




- 




- 


- 


4 


3.91 


23 


3.89 






26 


- 




- 







2.48 


1 


3.38 


20 


3.34 




Mar. 


5 


- 




. 




- 


. 


- 


. 


11 


4.55 






12 


- 




- 




- 


_ 


- 


- 


10 


5.24 






19 


- 




- 




- 


- 


. 


. 


13 


5.26 






26 


- 




- 




. 


. 


- 


- 


8 


5.20 




Apr. 


2 

9 

16 


- 




- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


4.47 






^ 




. 




_ 


. 


_ 


. 


2 


3.91 






23 


- 




- 




. 


. 


- 


- 


1 


4.23 






30 


_ 




- 




- 


- 


. 


- 


. 


• 




May- 


7 


- 




- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






14 
21 


- 




: 




- 


- 


- 


- 


: 


: 




June 


28 

4 

11 

18 

25 

2 

9 


- 




- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


* 


- 






- 




- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


1.99 




July 


- 




- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


• 




16 
23 


_ 




- 




. 


^ 


- 


_ 


- 


^ 




■ ~ 


30 


" 




• 




- 


" 


— 


~ 


— 


— 




TOTALS 




- 




- 




18 


3.06 


102 


3.41 


1001 


3.73 




Tangerine - - - 1001 


Cars 


$3.73 Avg. 
















Included in Tangerine 
Tangerlne(Stralght) - 
Tangelos ----- - 


Total 


the 


following: 














— — •■ 


766 
121 


Si fiA 




Clementines 
Satsiimas - 




. • "^ 


:!2.25 
!i3.91 




— - • 


$3 


74 




— . — . 


- - 6 




Murcotts ----- - 


- - - 


90 


$4 


55 




Ponkons - 


_ _ _ . 


- - 7 


:;3.48 




Klngs- 




~ ~ ** 


8 


$2 


71 






Total all 


1001 


$3.73 





Made available 
through the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange 4 the Pederal-State Market News Service 



TABLE 32 



SEASON N.Y. 

Thru 

July 30 Cars 1,028 

1964-65 Avg. $3.22 

July 31 Cars 1.062 

1963-64 Avg. $7.95 

July 26 Cars 1.224 

1962-63 Avg. $8.02 

July 27 Cars 1.361 

1961-62 Avg. $5.28 

July 28 Cars 1,193 

1960-61 Avg. $6.77 

July 29 Cars 1.606 

1959-60 Avg. $5.59 

July 31 Cars 1,669 

1958-59 Avg. $6.41 



Aug. 1 Cars 
1957-58 Avg. 



SEASON 



2,510 
$5.86 



July 26 Cars 2.499 

1956-57 Avg. $4.70 

July 27 Cars 2,566 

1955-56 Avg. $4.97 



N.Y. 



Thru 

July 30 Cars 1,642 

1964-65 Avg. $3.07 

July 31 Cars 1,815 

1963-64 Avg. $6.19 

July 25 Cars 2.007 

1962-63 Avg. $6.00 

July 27 Cars 1,989 

1961-62 Avg. $4.66 

July 28 Cars 2,261 

1960-61 Avg. $4.43 

July 29 Cars 2,577 

1959-60 Avg. $4.57 

July 31 Cars 3,109 

1958-59 Avg. $4.53 



Aug. 1 Cars 
1957-58 Avg. 



3.194 
$5.12 



July 26 Cars 3,424 

1956-57 Avg. $4.57 

July 27 Cars 3,525 

1955-56 Avg. $4.16 



- 51 - 
PLQRIDA. AUCTION SALES. SEA50NS 1955/56-1964/65 
ORANGES 
PHIL. BOST . PITTS . CLEVE. CHIC. ST. L. CINCI. DETO. HALT. TOTAL 



372 

$2.94 

331 
$7.64 

393 
$7.41 

532 
$4.83 

425 
$6.29 

595 
$4.99 

551 
$5.80 

748 
$5.21 

815 
$4.41 

846 
$4.62 



PHIL. 

459 
$2.69 

411 
$5.79 

460 
$5.52 

481 
$4.01 

581 
$4.00 

615 
$3.99 

7C6 
$4.02 

595 
$4.45 

662 
$4.08 

818 
$3.74 



140 
$3.14 

159 
$7.64 

223 

$7.80 

206 
$5.20 

193 
$6.67 

268 
$5.24 

172 
$6.02 

279 

$5.85 

340 
$4.63 

436 

$4:. 97 



BO ST. 

2-'4 
$2.77 

222 

$5.85 

322 
$5.49 

$3.99 

529 
$3.99 

524 

$4.24 

526 

$4.16 

466 
$4.93 

517 
$4.36 

581 
$3.99 



83 

$2.79 

70 
$7.04 

55 
$6.89 

108 
$4.77 

155 
$5.96 

164 
$5.13 

132 
$5.53 

174 
$5.26 

234 
$4.18 

259 
$4.49 



1 
$2.62 

14 
$6.96 

36 
$6.36 

50 
$4.74 

68 
$5.65 

67 
$4.87 

90 
$5.43 

134 
$4.86 

217 
$4.08 

229 
$4.51 



45 
$2.74 

6 
$5.95 

58 
$7.07 

77 

$4.58 

154 
$5.77 

178 
$4.89 

151 
$5.48 

217 
$4,82 

297 
$4.05 



$4.38 
QRAPEPRUIT 
PITTS. CLEVE.- CHIC. 



183 
$2.92 

181 
$6.00 

223 
$5.77 

226 
$4.56 

289 
$4.30 

247 
$4.37 

330 
$4.26 

268 
$4.70 

321 
$4.26 

331 
$3.76 



81 
$5.36 

122 
$5.48 

113 
$4.49 

130 
$4.17 

181 
$4.23 

266 
$4.52 

253 
$4.73 

349 
$4.50 

382 
#4.20 



189 
$3.29 

188 
$6.49 

313 
$6.20 

359 
$4.80 

463 
$4.61 

429 
$4.52 

457 
$4.55 

436 
$4.83 

532 
$4.47 

635 
$4.01 



9 
$5.15 

15 
$4.14 

8 
$5.72 

11 
$4.69 

7 
$5.07 

37 
$4.56 

92 
$3.89 

103 
$4.39 



11 
$6.17 

57 

$6.20 

18 
$3.74 

22 
$4.31 

26 
$3.95 

44 
$4.17 

62 
$3.76 

131 
$3.63 

180 
$3.35 



Closed 107 Closed 
$2.74 

54 
$7.08 



55 
$6.01 

160 
$4.98 

94 
$5.87 

151 
$5.07 

129 
$5.52 

200 
$5.08 

284 
$4.27 

339 
$4.65 



37 

$4.38 

86 
$5.17 

83 
$4.64 

192 
$4-02 

323 

$4.33 



ST. L. CINCI. DETR. 



Closed 



11 
$5.85 



47 
$3.65 

135 
$3.97 

118 
$3.73 

234 
$3.76 

305 
$3.46 



207 
$2.90 

"141 
$6.02 

196 
$5.85 

192 
$4.41 

170 
$4.41 

295 
$4.28 

390 
$4.26 

322 

$4.65 

477 
$4.24 

568 
$4.02 



1,776 
$3.09 

1,696 
$7.78 

2.053 
$7.73 

2,509 
$5.09 

2.290 
$6.48 

3,077 
$5.32 

II 
2.987,, 
$6.08" 

l'282'l 
$5.57" 



43 
$4.32 



4,970 
$4.49 III 

5,500 
$4.76 '•' 

III 



SALT. TOTAL 



Closed 



36 
$2.99 



2,954 
$2.97 

3,050 I 
$6.09 

3.X0 
$5.88 

3.773 
$4.49 

4.445 
$4.32 

4,941 
$4.41 

5,963 
$4.39 

5,714 
$4,91 

6,647 
$4.41 

7,361 
$4.01 



Cincinnati - No Auction Sales during 1964-65 Season. 
Baltimore Prult Auction ( Baltimore Fruit Exchange ) official closed at end of year 1956. 

Prices based on 4/5 Bushel Containers, effective with 1964-65 Season. 

Made Available 
through the cooperation of the Plorlda Citrus Exchange & the Pederal-State Market News Service. 



TABLE 32 



SEASON 

Cars 
1964-55 Avg. 

Cars 
1963-64 Avg. 

Cars 
1962-63 Avg. 

Cars 
1961-62 Avg. 

Cars 
1960-61 Avg. 

Cars 
1959-60 Avg. 

Cars 
1958-59 Avg. 

Cars 
1957-58 Avg. 

Cars 
1956-57 Avg. 

Cars 
1955-56 Avg. 



SEASON 
1964-65 
1963-64 
1962-63 



Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 
Avg. 

Cars 

Av3. 



N.Y. 

321 
$3.48 

370 
$4.08 

228 
$4.27 

422 
$2.94 

445 
$3.70 

521 
$3.19 

532 
$3.13 

424 
$3.23 

575 
$2.83 

584 
$2.72 



N. Y. 

606 

$3.98 

563 
$4.55 

467 

$4.52 



- 52 - 

FLORIDA AUCTION SALES. SEASONS 1955/56-1964/65 (Cont'd). 
TEMPLES 
PHIL. BOST. PITTS. CLEVE. CHIC. ST. L. CINCI. DETR. SALT. 



112 
$3.39 

69 
$3.82 

57 

$4.16 

116 
$2.73 

142 
$3.36 

151 
$3.00 

132 
$3.10 

108 
$2.99 

170 
$2.62 

184 
$2.62 



28 
$3.45 

24 
$4.03 

26 
$4.04 

34 
$2,92 

15 
$3.19 

41 
$2.81 

33 
$2.86 

40 
$1.67 

35 
$2.67 

39 
$2.49 



23 
$3.27 

13 
$3.96 

9 
$4.36 

18 
$2.63 

37 
$3.36 

30 
$2.75 

25 
$2.94 

30 
$3.13 

47 
$2.49 

37 
$2.56 



2 
$2.94 

5 
$3.43 

6 
$2.76 

8 
$3.01 

12 
$2.75 

21 
$2.70 

29 
$3.11 

40 
$2.74 

48 
$2.53 



35 

$3.24 



34 
$4.44 

66 
$2.93 

■ 72 
$3.42 

111 
$2.95 

98 
$3.08 

65 
$3-09 

106 
$2.64 

109 
$2.53 



Closed 



1 
$1.31 



2 
$2.75 

1 
$3.19 

3 
$3.29 

11 
$2.28 

11 
$2.25 



9 
$2.54 

11 
$2.80 

9 
$3.00 

43 
$2.46 

34 
$2.50 



26 
$3.31 

7 
$3.86 

11 
$3.78 

40 
$2.77 

21 
$3.32 

45 
$3.00 

38 
$2.91 

24 
$3.85 

63 
$2.62 

65 
$2.61 



Closed 



7 
$2.48 



PHIL A. BOST. 



TANGERINES 
PITTS. CLEVE. CHIC. 



197 
$3.42 

143 
$4.01 

97 

$4.08 



28 
$3.14 

9 
$2.53 

10 
$3.95 



50 
$3.14 

28 
$3.58 

20 
$4.10 



ST. L. CINCI. DETR. SALT. 



TOTAI 

545 
$3.4; 

48E 

*4.o: 

37C 
$4.2; 

7o; 
$2.8e 

74C 
$3.56 

922 

$3.oe 

891 
$3.06 

73; 
$3.i; 

1.O90 
$2.72 

1,11£ 
$2.6* 



TOTAI 



8 
$4.11 

13 

$3.94 



18 
$3.06 

21 
$3.13 

23 
$4.10 



Closed 



2 

$3.49 



102 
$3.41 


Closed 


l.OOI 
$3.73 


38 
$3.76 


II 


81C 

$4.32 


31 
$3.76 


II 


66: 

$4. 3- 



Cars 
1961-62 Avg. 


921 
$3.83 


218 
$3.43 


20 
$3.09 


54 
$3.41 


8 
$3.24 


71 

$3.29 


6 
$3.15 


II 


$3.64 


II 


1.35: 

$3.6? 


Cars 
1960-51 Avg. 


643 
$3.33 


230 
$2.90 


10 
$2.04 


71 
$2.76 


34 
$2.77 


109 
$2.73 


3 
$2.61 


II 


70 
$2.81 


n 


1,17C 

$3,0< 


Cars 
1959-60 Avg. 


556 
$4.16 


169 
$3.80 


4 
$3.08 


45 
$3.67 


16 
$3.30 


63 
$3.39 


1 
$2.59 


6 
$3.14 


47 
$3,80 


u 


9n 

$3,9- 


Cars 
1958-59 Avg. 


$3.29 


226 
$2.82 


13 
$2.34 


44 
$2.69 


$2.35 


84 
$2.53 


a 

$2.03 


24 

$2,15 


82 
$2.84 


II 


l,25f 
$3,0- 


Cars 
1957-58 Avg. 


580 
$4.10 


167 
$3.96 


2 

$3.23 


* 21 
$4.07 


23 
$3.71 


61 
$3.95 


5 
$3.78 


15 
$4.04 


64 
$3.91 


It 


93E 

$4.0. 


Cars 
1956-57 Avg. 


881 
$3.41 


278 
$3.28 


7 
$2.29 


50 
$3.11 


50 
$3.03 


$2.95 


21 
$2.86 


30 
$2.97 


100 
$3.19 


11 


1,55! 

$3.2< 


Cars 
1955-56 Avg. 


951 
$3.24 


292 

$3.08 


27 
$2.73 


* ^3 
$2.79 


50 
$2.94 


153 
$2.85 


22 

$2.80 


52 
$2.72 


125 
$3.04 


5 
$2.63 


1,74( 

$3.i: 






Temple 


4 Tange 


rine Averages based on 4/5 Bushel 


Containers . 














Made Available 












through the cooperatl 


on of the Florida Citrus 


Exchang 


e & the 


Federal - 


State Market News 


Servit 


:e. 



TABLE 33 



- 53 - 
VJEIQHTEJ AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES - FLORIDA TANGERINES - BY KIND 

1964 - 65 SEASON 



TANQER- .- 

INES 

4/5 Bushel 

Boxes 
Cars Avg . 



TANGELOS 

4/5 Bushel 

Boxes 
Cars Avg. 



MURCOTTS 

4/5 Bushel 

Boxes 
Cars Avg. 



SATSUMAS 

4/5 Bushel 

Boxes 
Cars Avg. 



PONKANS 

4/5 Bushel 
Boxes 



KINGS CLEMENTINE 



4/5 Bushel 
Boxes 



4/5 Bu. 
..Boxes 



Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg 



4 
11 
18 
25 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

6 
13 
20 
27 

4 
11 
18 
25 

1 

8 
15 
22 
29 

5 
12 
19 
26 

5 
12 
19 
26 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 

7 
14 
21 
28 

4 
11 
18 
25 

2 

9 
16 
23 
30 



1 
1 

1 

5 

16 

45 

61 

67 

86 

123 

85 

53 

65 

75 

36 

12 

9 

5 

5 

3 

2 

2 

2 

3 

1 



6.37 
7.62 

7.93 
6.63 
5.63 
5.25 
4.49 
3.74 
3.13 
2.89 
3.63 
3.96 
3.32 



2. 

3. 
4. 
3. 



95 
43 
53 
91 
3.50 
3.09 
2.53 
61 
92 
46 
33 
27 



4.86 



2 

7 

10 

11 

14 

12 

4 

11 

12 

5 

6 

4 

6 

5 

3 
2 

2 



1 
1 
3 



4.99 
5.07 
5.29 
4.39 
4.36 
3.37 
3.94 
3.24 
2.76 
3.05 
3.25 
3.10 
2.95 
3. CO 

3.06 
2.52 
2.45 



4.66 
3.70 
4.54 



2 
4 
2 

13 

12 

13 

11 

7 

8 

10 

4 



3. 
2. 

4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 



.04 
.69 
.91 
.57 
.97 
.60 
4.06 
4.99 
5.07 
5.08 
5.46 



2.95 
4.23 



1.99 



. 


- 


2 


3.18 


. 


. 


3 


3.67 


4 


3.96 


1 


3.96 


2 


3.81 


1 


3.06 



2.08 
3.41 



1.27 



* n 

Ij 
|l 



2 


3.05 


- 


4 


2.43 


- 


2 


2.93 


- 



766 3.66 



121 3.74 



90 



4.55 



3.91 



3.48 



2.71 3 2.25 



Made Available 
fthrough the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange 4 the Federal -State Market News Service, 



TABLE 34 



- 54 - 
DELIVERED CAMMERY PRICES 
1964-65 SEASON 
Advertising and Inspection tax not Included 



1. 



OR A N Q E S 
CONCENTRATE I 



I QRAPEFRUIT. 



_L 



TANdERIHES 



Week I CONCENTRATE I JUICE j JUICE j SECTIONS | JUICE 
Ending I Average Price I Average Price I Average Price I Average Price I Average Price 



1964 




Per Box 


Per Box 


Per Box 


Per Box 


P< 


jr Box 






$ 


* 


$ 




$ 




$ 


Oct. 


10 


. 


2,72836 


1.36538 




. 




* 




17 


• 


3.31976 


1.70872 




- 




" 




24 


_ 


3.38379 


1.88331 


2 


.04715 




- 




31 


- 


3.42678 


1,86086 


2 


,05492 




- 


Nov. 


7 


. 


3.31267 


1.75319 


2 


.01698 




- 




14 


> 


3.16213 


1.65169 




.99816 




- 




21 


. 


3.09568 


1.60309 




.92010 


1 


.78564 




28 


. 


2.91032 


1.51608 




,88426 


1 


.75530 


Dec. 


5 


3.25057 


2.84282 


1.44176 




.85209 


1 


.78234 




12 


3.47199 


3,02634 


1.42809 




.79870 


1 


.77943 




19 


3.34613 


3.02172 


1.43907 




.74968 


1 


.90196 




26 


3.33907 


2.96167 


1.43581 




.76378 


2 


.07700 


1965i 


















Jan. 


2 


3.43315 


3.12982 


1.44570 




.78795 


2 


.11101 




9 


3,48671 


3.24701 


1,37520 




.81718 


1 


.95725 




16 


3.60309 


3.19778 


1.30382 




.76357 




- 




23 


3.57.24 


3.16698 


1.16961 




.79795 


1 


88210 




30 


3.50038 


3.16792 


1.02405 




,83380 


2 


00234 


Feb. 


6 


3.45594 


3.02119 


,84901 




.77511 




- 




13 


3.43791 


2.91013 


.82195 




,67251 




- 




20 


3.41918 


2.79398 


,78158 




.56595 




- 




27 


3.38022 


2,54947 


1.01126 




.59949 


1 


.00000 


Mar. 


6 


3.06187 


2,48318 


.88825 




.56041 




- 




13 


2.96511 


2,39890 


.85850 




.51184 




- 




20 


2.95564 


2.52129 


.82185 




.51307 




- 




27 


2.97742 


2.62154 


.85028 




.3C8C9 




- 


Apr. 


3 


3.14410 


2.64984 


.94031 




28605 




> 




10 


3.19622 


2.52702 


1.00903 




.16542 




- 




17 


3.10421 


2,57755 


1.26684 




.45934 




- 




24 


3.07481 


2,47221 


1 . 39998 




• 




- 


May 


1 


3.04548 


2.62098 


1,52487 




- 




- 




8 


3.15369 


2.68564 


1 .63721 




- 




- 




15 


3,30720 


2,80079 


1.67469 




- 




• 




22 


3.24410 


2.55649 


1.80008 




. 




- 




29 


3.41049 


2.71711 


1.84128 




- 




- 


June 


5 


3.01485 


2.76311 


1.84183 




_ 




- 




12 


3.04948 








- 




- 




19 


2.96966 


. 


« 




« 




• 




26 


. 


m 


« 




• 




_ 


July 


3 


. 


• 


. 




_ 




. 




10 


_ 


, 


^ 




„ 




_ 




17 


_ 


^ 


_ 




. 




M 




.24 


- 


• 


. 




. 




. 




31 


- 


. 


. 




^ 




. 


Aug. 


7 


. 


• 


. 




_ 




• 




14 


• 


« 


- ^ 




^ 




. 




21- 


. 


. 


^ 




^ 




., 




28 


- 


« 


. 




« 




. 



8-28-65 

3.37309 2.92210 1.31534 
Seasonal with 
Adjustments 


1.80115 


1.81795 


Made Available 
through the courtesy of the Florida Canners" Association, 


Winter Haven, 


Florida 



TABLE 35 



- 55 - 

CANNERY - CONSOLIDATED REPORT 
SEASON - 1964-65 



NUMBER OP FIELD BOXES USED: 

Grapefruit for Sections 
" . " Saiad 
" Juice 
" Blend 
" " Frozen Cone. 
" " Processed Cone. 
" " Frozen Blend- 
ed Concentrate 
" " Chilled Juice 
" " Chilled Sections 
4 Salads 



2,669,559 
147,816 

7,184,4C8 
934,9C6 

3,486,736 
35,349 

28,7C6 
261.673 

1,179,664 



Oranges for Juice 
" " Blend 



Salad 
Sections 
Frozen Cone. 
Processed Cone 
Frozen Blend- 
ed Concentrate 
Chilled Juice 
Chilled Sections 
& Salads 



6.135,450 
690,526 
95,220 
10,129 
54.467,268 
23,694 



20,298 
7,299,596 

532,998 



TOTAL Boxes of Grapefruit 
for all uses - - - - 



11,928,816 



TOTAL Boxes of Oranges 
for all uses - - 



69,276,179 



Tangerines for Tangerine Juice 

" " Frozen Tangerine 

" " Processed Concentrate 

" " Chilled Juice 



TOTAL Boxes of Tangerines for all uses 



126,017 
918,888 



1.044.905 



CASH PRICES PAID PER BOX - FOR GRAPEFRUIT - F. 0. B. CANNERY ; 

For Sections For Salad For Juice For Blend White Grapefruit Pink Grapefruit 

I 1.80115 1.56083 1.31534 1.27187 1.39177 .95372 

CASH PRICES PAID PER BOX - FOR ORANGES - P. 0. B. CANNERY ; 

I For Juice For Blend For Salad For Sections 

2.92210 2.82336 3.18299 3.21816 



Season's Average Price Paid for Oranges Used for Frozen Orange Concentrate 



3.37309 



Season's Average Price Paid for Grapefruit Used for Frozen Grapefruit Concentrate 1.17255 



SEASON THRU 8-28-65 



Furnished through the courtesy of the Florida Canner' Association, Winter Haven, Florida 



TAELE 36 



56 



FLORIDA PRODUCTION OF CAMMED CITRUS 
1964-65 SEASON 



Actual Cases. 



Size of 


1 SV; QFRT 1 


UNSW OFRT 1 BROKEN 


1 CITRUS 1 


ORANGE 1 


TANG 


1 


TANG. 




Case 


1 SECTIONS 1 


SECTIONS 1 SECTIONS 


1 SALAD 1 


SECTIONS 1 


JUICE 1 


BLEND 




24/2 >s 




■ ■ . 


_ 


_ 


9 


.395 






404/700 


448.514 


1,262 18,076 


66.367 


8,969 .. 


141 


,276 






48/8 oz. 


158,024 


54,981 


27,182 


. - 




- 






24/303' s 


2,927.417 


227,772 192,410 


217,172 


1,483 




- 






24/300' s 


46,646 


1,401 


4,952 


- 




- 






24/1 3i oz 


75.974 


- 


- 


- 




- 






Converted 


















No. 2's 


- 


993 


- 


- 




- 




- 


TOTALS 


3,656,575 


285.008 211,887 


315,673 


10,452 


150,671 
UNSW BLEN] 




- 


1 


SW QFRT 


UNSW GFRT SW ORANGE 


UNSW ORG. 


SW. BLEND 


D 




1 


JUICE 


JUICE JUICE 


JUICE 


JUICE 


JUICE 






24/2 's 


422,595 


1,037,157 698,215 


700.848 


138.319 


190 


,572 




1 404/700 


1,529,393 


4,178,227 2,062,850 


3.245.351 


667,595 


983 


,918 






' 48/6 oz. 
6/10 's 


595.203 


734,725 762.697 


520.744 


33,962 




515 






- 


. 


- 


- 




- 






1 24/4 oz. 


- 


4.743,017 


- 


- 




- 






1 Converted 


















No. 2's 


35,996 


87.302 285,607 


7.027 


- 


4 


,053 






TOTALS 


2.683,187 


6.037.411 8,552,386 


4.473,970 


839,876 


1,179 


,058 




THE ABOVE CONVERTED TO 


24/2 CANS: 












1 Sw. Qfrt Sections 


3.188,008 


Sw. Qfrt 


Juice 






2.901 


,623 


1 Unsw. Ofrt Sections 


235,974 


Unsw. Qfrt Juice 






6,868 


,268 


1 Broken 


Sections 


181,749 


Sw. Orange Juice 






5.197 


,397 


Citrus 


Salad 


288,451 


Unsw. Orange Juice 






5.136 


,404 


1 Orange Sections 


12,505 


Sw. Blended Juice 






l.COl 


,150 


Tangerine Juice 


187.254 


Unsw. Blended Juice 






1.433 


,698 


Tangerine Blends 


» 
















FLORIDA PROCE. 






Converted 
2EN CONCENTRATED 


rotals 26,632 
ORANGE JUICE 


.481 


' 


3SED CONCENTRATED ORANGE 


JUICE 4 FRO 








4 FROZEN GRAPEFRUIT 1955/56 - 1964/65, INCLUSIVE 










1 


PROCESSED 


FROZEN 


1 


FROZEN 




Year 


1 


CONCENTRATED 


CONCENTRATED 


1 


CONCENTRATED 






1 

1 


ORAKGE JUICE 


ORANGE 


JUICE 


1 
1 


GRAPEFRUIT 








Net Gallons 


Net Gallons 




Net Gallons 




1955-56 




1.085,697 


70,224,053 




2.511 


831 




1956-57 




1,801,283 


72,011 


.741 




2.949 


072 




1957-58 




1,149.081 


57,150 


,566 




3.330 


,301 




1958-59 




547.280 


79,910 


.670 




4.952 


488 




1959-60 




377.877 


78,149 


,306 




1.613 


462 




1950-61 




154,911 


84,298 


,114. 




3,841 


462 




1961-62 




277.501 


116.081 


,547 




3,162 


798 




1962-63 




54.360 


51 .647 


,737 




2,323 


381 




1963-64 




41 . 108 


53,674 


,426 




2,572 


655 




1964-65 




69,763 


88,868 


,004 




3,999 


367 





SEASON THRU 8-28-65 
Furnished through the courtesy of the Florida Canners' Association. Winter Haven. Florida 



TABLE 36 



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FLORIDA PRODUCTION OF CITRUS CONCENTRATE 



[ 







1964-65 


SEASON 












- Actual 


Cases - 








Size of 1 FROZEN | 
Case ORANOE 


PROCESSED 
ORANGE j 


FROZEN 
GRAPEFRUIT 


PROCESSED 
■ GRAPEFRUIT 


FROZEN ! 
BLEND j 


FROZEN j 
TANO. 1 


PROCESSED 
TANO. 


48/5 02. 17.554.514 

24/6 oz. 

24/12 o2. 7.902.959 


- 


629,299 


- 


218,501 


128,930 


- 


Ocher sizes converted 
to 48/6 02. 


„ 


_ 


- 


. 


- 


. 


12/32 02. 2.488,589 




107.507 


- 


-■ 


- 


- 


6/10 's 


8,988 


• 


7.664 


- 


" 


~ 


TOTAL CASES 

ALL SIZES 27,946.C62 


8,988 


736,806 


7,664 


218,501 


128,930 


• 


TOTAL Sizes 

converted to 

Gallons 64.745.070 


69.763 


1,030,478 


54.946 


245,811 


145.047 


^ 


Bulk Oallons 

43,054,769 


- 


3,394,891 


- 


12.464 


1,059,910 


1 


Oross Oallons 

107,799,839 


59,763 


4,425,369 


54.946 


258,275 


1,214,957 


. 


Less Reprocess- 
ed Gallons 18,931,035 


- 


425,712 


- 


188,676 


61.388 
1,153,569 




NET GALLONS 

88,868,804 


69,763 


3.999,657 


54,946 


69,599 


. 






Season thru 8/28/65 









FLORIDA PROCESSED CONCENTRATED GRAPEFRUIT, FROZEN BLENDED CONCENTRATE 
AND FROZEN TANGERINE CONCENTRATE - 1955/56 - 1964/65, INCLUSIVE 



Year 



PROCESSED 
--QRAPEPRUIT 



FROZEN 
BLEND 



PROCESSED 
BLEND AND 
TANGERINE 



FROZEN 
TANGERINE 



I 



1955-56 
1956-57 
1957-58 
1958-59 
1959-60 
1960-61 
1961-62 
1962-63 
1963-64 
1964-65 



Net Oallons 


Net Oallons 


Net Oallons 


Net Oallons 


30.719 


954,142 


25,055 


'618,986 


59.105 


596.731 


32.431v:' 


792,516 


107,896 


506,915 


- 


146,576 


165^^15 


689,521 


188,154 


1,151,782 


27,390 


284,276 


> 


319,671 


19,947 


255,584 


21,285 


1,406,694 


116.171 


266,598 


3,989 


1 , 370 , 187 


36 , 340 


53,242 


20,821 


204,458 


21,375 


130,430 


- 


1,145,495 


54,946 


69,599 


- 


1,153,569 



SEASON THRU 8/28/65 



Furnished through the courtesy of the Florida Canners' Association, Winter Haven. Florida 



TABLE 37 



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CONTAINERS - BY KIND OP CITRUS 
SEASON - AUG. 1. 1964 - JULY 31. 196^ 
- In Tenns of X-3/5 Bu. Boxes - 



Container 
Dlscriptlon 



ORANGES 



GRAPEFRUIT 



TANGERINES i 



TOTAL 



I In- I Indian! In^^ | Indian | In- I Indian j In- I India 
I terlorl River I terlorl River I terlorl River I terlorl River 



NAILED BOXES 

1-3/5 Bu. 
4-/5 Bu. 



(1/2 Bx) 



209 
2,045 



166 



6,836 



375 
8,881 



WIREBOUMD BOXES 

1-3/5 Bu. 
4/5 Bu. 



i 1,584,442 
3!l82,'506 331,272 



1 Bx 



12 2,064,923 
549 , 305 



21 5,496 

1,445 2,169,317 



- 3.654,861 
24,987 5,901.128 



33 
357,704 



l^SH BAGS 

20 lb. 
8 lb. 
5 lb. 
4 lb. 



,1/4 Bx 
1/lOBx 
,l/l6Bx 
,l/25Bx 



78.976 


263 


8.098 


235.119 


222 


212.906 


623,043 


697 


477,264 


2.503 


- 


- 



126 
744 



87,074 

448,025 

1,100,307 

2,503 



38G 

222 

1,441 



FILM BAGS 

8 lb. 
5 lb. 

4 lb. 



{ l/lOBx 
(l/l6Bx 
(l/25Bx) 



56,569 
836.466 
156.004 



78.161 
25,320 1099,101 
5.083 



98.215 



134,730 
1.935.567 123,535 
156,004 5.083 



CORRUGATED BOXES 



1-3/5 Bu. 
4/5 Bu. 
3/4 Bu. 
2/5 Bu. 



1 Bx, 16.346 - 21.926 

1/2 Bx 3,274.746 949.501 3554.620 5077,931 

7/16BX. - 63 - 31 

l/4Bx) 547 - 484 



38,272 
14.996 764 6.844.362 6,028,196 

1,031 •: 



CONSUMER 




31 2 - 2,841 


31 2.84: 


GRAND TOTAL 
By Containers 


INT. 
I.R. 


10,049,552 8.067,199 2.196,645 
1.312.435 5.194.354 


20.313.396 
25.751 6,532.540 


BULK 




494.877 155.228 243.990 217.443 36.147 


5,549 775,014 378, 22( 


TOTAL 
Interior 
Indian River 




10.544.429 8.311.189 2.232,792 
1,467,663 5.411.797 


21,088,410 
31.300 6,910.76C 



Made Available 
through the courtesy of the Citrus Inspection Division, Winter Haven. Florida 



TABLE 37 



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CONTAINERS -