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1 ( N NCITRUS) PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, VALUE, AND UTILIZATION OF SALE.S, ""1 Revised Estimates ' Statistical Bulletin No. 114 UN IT'ED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE BUREAU OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS CROP REPORTI-NG BOARD Washington, D. C. October 1951 :::J

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3 FRUITS-IDNCITRUS: -INDEX- PROilJCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, VALu.r.:, AND UTILIZATION OF SALES, Apples Apples Apricots Avocados Commercial crop 4 Production by varieties, Cherries Cranberries 39 Dates 41 Figs Grapes,, Olives 39 Peaches 17 Pears 21 Persinmons 44 Pineapples Plums Pomegranates,,,, 44 Prunes Economic abandonment 45 Marketing seasons,,,,,,,, 2. Total production, by kinds 3 Total production, value and utilization, 3

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5 UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTtJRB Bureau of Agricultural Economics Crop Reporting Board liruits (Noncitrus) PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, VALUE, AND UTILIZATION OF SALES, This publication presents statistics on production, farm disposition, price, value, and utilization of noncitrus fruits for the crop years 1944 through Data for years prior to 1944 are shown in the publication "Fruits (non-citrus)" issued May For connnercial apples, production is sho1-m by varieties for selected States and areas. The data in this bulletin are revised on the basis of the 1950 Census of Agriculture. - The categories of use given here cover first commercial use of fruit and not necessarily final utilization. For example, dried apple chops made into apple butter are considered as dried apples and not as apple butter, and frozen fruits used for preserves are included under frozen fruits. Fruit bought fresh by housewives and later canned or otherwise processed is included in fresh sales. The difference between total production and production having lue is the quantity not utilized because of economic conditions, including harvested fruit and excess cullage of harvested fruit. The difference between production and sales of fruit is the quantity consumed in farm museholds and quantities not utilized because of economic conditions. Estimates of the commercial apple crop refer to the total production of apples in the commercial apple areas of each State. The season average prices shown in this report are estimated average returns to growers for all methods of sale. Value of production is the season average price multiplied by production having value, including fruit ed on farms. Value of sales is the season average price multiplied by the uantity sold. The values shown are for the marketing season or crop year, and should not be confused with calendar-year income. Two series of United States season average prices are shown in :the various tables. These were computed by weighting the State prices by production having value and also by quantities sold. Prepared by E. o. Schlotzhauer and o. M. Frost with the assistance of the State Statisticians and under the general direction of R. Royston, Head, Division of Fruit and Vegetable Statistics

6 Apples: Apricots: Avocados: Cherries: FRUITS (Noncitrus): MARKETING SEASONS FOR SPECIFIED CROPS I Fresh fruit, New Jersey, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, New I<l:exico, and all South Atlantic and South Central States, June 1 to May 31; all other States, July 1 to June 30; canning, August 1 to FeQruary 28; dried, August 1 to July 31. Fresh fruit, June 1 to August 31; canning, June 1 to August 31; dried, California, July 1 to June 30. California, October 1 to September 30; Florida, July 1 to February 28. Fresh fruit, sweet varieties, May 1 to July 31; sour varieties, June 1 to August 31. Cranberries: Dates: Figs: Fresh fruit, September 1 to December 31; processing, September 1 to March 31. September 1 to August 31. Fresh fruit, June 1 to October 31; canning, August 1 to October 31; dried, California, September 1 to August Grapes: Olives; Peaches: Pears: Fresh fruit, June 1 to January 31; for wine and brandy, August 1 to November 30; California dried raisins, September 1 to August 31 Fresh fruit, Georgia, May 1 to August 31; South Atlantic States (except Georgia), South Central States and California, June 1 to September 30; New England States and Idaho, August 1 to September 30; all other States, July 1 to September 30; canning, California, July 1 to September 30; dried, California, August 1 to July 31. October 1 to February 28. Fresh fruit, California, June 1 to May 31; Washington, Oregon and New York, July 1 to May 31; South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas, June 1 to December 31;,._, all other States, July 1 to December 31; canning, California, Washington ana Oregon, August 1 to November 30; dried, California, September 1 to August 31. Pineapples: Florida, May 1 to December 31. Plums: Fresh fruit, May 1 to September 30; canning, June 1 to September 30. Prunes: Fresh fruit, July 1 to October 31; canning, August 1 to October 31; dried, September 1 to August

7 - PRODOOTION I Ap lee.1 I I I I Plums I I I I I I I Pineapples I BY 81, UNITED ST S,._1949 I p ' ' ' ' ' ' Crell-o Persimmons rotel Season 1 (commerci&: Peachee: Pears ; Grapes ; Cherries 1 ' and :Apricots ; Figs :Olives ;AvocRdos: Dates :' b : d ' 1 16 F uit 1./) p errie an r s -.L _:r ;_-.l-_: I_-;_- e _:_- _:_- _:_- J..-.l -.i..oj!!waw'.!e..v.l T!l!!lalla!!.!l. li!l!lll - ituh egl.!j.iiilent ,.910 1, , ) : , ,600 1, , :3 ) )) 7 8, ,854 1,988 82) ),1) :3: :3 7 10, ,709 1,8)4 8)7 ), ljl , ,144 1, ),061 21: :3 sa , ,216 1, ,62) 245 6) ,62) 1./ Estimates of the commerci& crop refer to the tow prodootion of apples :i.n the eommeric& areas of the State, "' PRODOOTION l./, VALUE, AND UTILIZATION, UNITED STATES, i"-- -:"Pr-;;'d-;,.ti;;ni" z..adio"ii:ii 7 -v:;- -- -v:;- -:::::::::_:::::::: :tfliiii.n:o:! :;.,J:ejj:::::::::::::::::::::: See son 1 Production 1 having :For farm 1 1 of 1 of 1 Fresh 1 P,toe..L\S.!d... 1 I value :household: Sold :production 1 s&es 1 seles 1 Tot& 1 CAnned I Dried I Frozen I Other _:_- z/_-.1. _u..ve_ -.i. -.l _:_ - - _:_ _:_ _1_ I l _I_ /_ Thousand, tong - fresh egui val.ent Thouund dollars Tho.JlpPn!l, tons - fresh equiyal.ent ,621 9, , , ,647 L!,043 s,n2s 1,176 2, ,u; ,408 8,333 )2) 8, , , , , ,4) ,427 10,400 )80 10,020 1,074,586 1,035,341 4,130 5,890 1,62) 1, , , , , ,627 4,129 5,054 1,)70 2, , ,597 8, , , , ,842 1,317 1, , ,623 9,067 )03 8, , , , 792 1,428 1, ,441-1./ Apples (commercial crop), peaches, pears, grapes, cherries, plums, prunes, epricots, ft..., ol1tes, AVOcados, dates, cranberries, persimmons, pomegrane.t s end pineapples. ij Differences between production and production having v&ue consist of fruit not harvested on ccount of econo:ic condi tiona and/or excess cuj.lpge of harvested fruit. J/ Used for Jellies, Juice, wine, etc.

8 ... I APPLES - ajwe:r:ial CRlP }j: PKliXTCTION, FAR! DISPOSITION, SEASON AVERAGE PmCE PER :ajshel!00 GBOWEBS AND VAWE, BY S!l!ES, 1944 AND : : : Produo- : Farm clisposi tion : Value 1 Value Area : Produc- 1 Not : tion 1 FlU!!! : : 1 of 1 of and I tion 1 utilhed : haviz:g 1 household : Sold 1 Price 1 produo- 1 sales di.'bji;sitic,;- -;--val".;--; v..t,;- Produo- I I I I of I of tj:qn I Jlausebol4 I Sold I Prlae I pro clue- I ssle a - t.!_-- --.:.--'--lu..eni. liu-.: s.! :--..:.- -1r.:r.--- i::s&dd.:.c!dir.:r, 1/ :use: 1 1 tionr --!lhousiiz>d liuii'h8i.i.-- -'l!>oiiiiiiiif 'dotli'r'i - :Eastern -,r.--xnan tic e,l!. 1,058-1, ,127 1,865 V , 959 l, , 714 1,600 Mass. _3, , , ,289 5,9n R. I Jl o Co=. 1, , , ,212 :11,863 ; 'J 15, 7!? , ,562 l.g5 25,128 24,027 p' 2, , , ,536 8,373...'1!!.2_ ;;k.5 1,_.23!.!192- _ 'T'WWi 1! ;_op _os.-at;;."ti;- _._!_-- _. 5! 3.!.-- _2.!. -.! !. -.1!6.!.-- Del J l' 303 1, 284 Md, 1, , , ,107 2,916 va:o.. 13, ,068 sro 12,468 1,45 18,978 18, , , , ,940 6,509 "Totei: s.!.--2ti-s21:---ro-;- d:3:t-i;-; Total Fastern 56,518 1,656 54,862 3,546 51, ,69 92,983 86,976 0=-- tral Ohio 4, , ,780 2oro 9,768 8,316 Ind. 1,220-1, ,806 2,283 ru. 2,roo -- 2,roo 1so 2,o ,390 4,998 Mid>.. 7, ,150 3SO 6, ,798 11,204 Wis ,54 2,045 1, 798!.!inn Io, o Yo soo 2o 85 2,132 1, no Nebr !fans ZO ===========2==7=============== s. Central 149 : ,829 1, ,013 1,819 2,1SO 240 1,9;o ,!! 6,048 1, , ,638 5;427 2, ,487 :!===!======f===== ,964 1,764 3,800 roo 3,800 2o 76 10,450 9,900 1, , ,540 5,284 3J o :.!::::!s::::s(=:]z:::xs::;:2::x7::;:sis:: - --2:2: roo &4 2, 839 2, ,044 1,S07 2, , ,059 5,676 1, , ,625 3, so 1, roe ,734 2, : =!============1== lw :l.l Term l Am e !o:W!.:c:;:::::::!.:Q2::::::::::::-:;::::::::::::1::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::K:::::::.]s1::::::::1::;:2::::::::::M::::::1:::::::::::JZ::::1::;:9,!s:::s1'C:.!'>.!"::. 1.!!1.! - 8.!6 1.!- -6.!- il:!. - 3_! 5!-!3_:.6_!5!. 2: 2: a.!- jf_8.!3- ; 7- _ Western l o Idaho 1, , , ,180 3,067 2, , ,012 6,884 Cl>lo. 1,930 SO 1,8' , ,534 3,438 1, , ,812 3,687!1. l.le:l : , 781 1, ,6:0 1,271 uw ,254 1, ,361 1,349 \'JI.sh. 31,600-31, , ,368 78,065 :ab, , , ,3'12 ore. 3,157-3, a, ,009 &.aoo 2,646 lb4 2, ,776 7,235 Ce.J.if. 6,144-6, , ll, ,681 10, , ,038 22,794!==== ===!===!of=======!s=== 3:==!o!!===l 59!s===).========ii.2:_===1!s(=o!e=:!rotal u. s. 121,286 2, ,225 6, ,112 4/ , ,628 66,686 2,906 63,780 #t2o ,14 184, ]1. Estimates of the commercial cmp zoefer to the total prodllct;,pn of apples in cajuiercial a.ree.s of eech State. See p&ge 45for ste estimates of quantities not harvested on aca:nmt of ecozii>iiiic oonditions...j#or -as Qlllage of harvested fruit. '!/. Prodiiction all of 'Value. J/. State prices weighted by quanti. ties sold. / State prices weighted by production l:av.l. ng value, ' / - e

9 1 I I Produc-1 Farm disposition I I Ve.lue I kea i Produ.c-1!lot 1 tion 1 laiill : 1 I of I Ve.J.ue Ul I _ - APPLES- oo:,ieecial CHlP lf:.ivcti!m, FAR! DISPOSITION, SEAOOE PRICE PER GRllfERS AND VALUE, BY S':CATES, 1946 Al!J) A\1 _: to _;_ uij} _:_V: l :':':1 _: :_ c _; :tj :_!.! _!rilousiizld. W.shel Thousand. dollars Eastern """':""'Xi tic :Me. ' :ll a,454?,179!!. B ,60a 1,479 Vt ,338 1,2'16 llaas. 1,914-1, , ,029 5, 717 B. I , Clolm. 1, , ,034 3.:ll 3,590 3,309!!. Y. 15, , , ,3ll 24, Of. 2, a, a,899 a.6o 7, 7aa 7,537!o'!!-:!Lijt:: ===: :1:Jlt :: ]st::l'!:!t: :il:: irt S. Atlantic Del. 5' ' a.1s 1, 226 1, ro , , , 766 a.lo 3,891 3, '109 Va. 1a,975 :llo 12, , ,9U 23,741 11'. Va. 4, , , ,535 10,038 II. C. 1, , ,159 2,079 i.w i.i.-ii:-?02 ilo2i."fo2- -i:-i59-a;;ci3-- "i/ "772a 4<i77is- UH.-- : ""'r."'"cctral Ohio 2,360-2, ,954 a.80 6,580 5,471 IDd. 1,aso - 1, ,101 - a.eo 3,ll76 a,b78 n1. 3,380-3, ,roa- a.ro 7,436 7,044 llilih 7,560-7, ,235..., a,474 11,936 Wis. 1, ,1Ba 133 1,029 a.oo a,324 a,c58 M!Jm, lo I.., a. so 37a 216 "' 1, , ,036 a.ss 3,260 a. 745 lfebr. s& a l'ans :J 1.._385!o! :.!" (" :::-:::::.!!-! ::?-.:!4!1::: a!l:: 11.!-:!0.:: :_ -:::.!.o:!lj: S. ventze.l B";y !f.., a _!>;!.,.._617_-=--..2!!,10 6.Q7 1.,15_ -- _1.._1ffi.. _l... :t_!l!ote.j. D.C. 1,325-1, , ,801> 2,396,: ;7-_:1-;,-;;5--1-S;.;--- 3.o--;, Westem Idaho 1,233 :ikl 1, ,179 2.'10 3,ll75 3,183 Cole. 1,100 :ll 1, , ,484 2,392!!. llez a,s80 2,46a utah a79 a. ' \!'ash. 32, , , ,688 91,319 Ore. a,970-2, ,786 2o50 7,425 6,965 "i.l:! 7... ll-- --=1&iL :y,:t 7..,5l6.! 1l!... J:=L,6,!3.!=L.qi W.!. i"e'-!j.!..z.3lfl_- A'..0 1l3.._0l,!)..z.S].fl_!!!ote.J. U.S. 118, U8,394 5,408 ll2,968 ft,'30 271, , }:/ Estimates of the COIII!Ilercie.J. crop :refer tc the tote.j. produ.cl;ion of "i'p1es in comercial a.rea.s of ea.ch State. 1 1 Produ.o-: J'am d.isposi tion : : Value 1 Produ.c-1 Not 1 tion : Fan : : 1 of 1 Value tion 1 utilized. 1 having : household. : Sold. 1 Price 1 produc- : of : 4J.l. -e_l,!l!housand. W.sbels u_!e.,t..:.!.,_t!, :_,!Ble,!_ Thousand. dollars ,604 2, ,299 2, B 783 as 758.a.60 a,o36 1,971 2,697-2, , ,068 5, a , , , ,355 3,159 15, , , ro,526 19,692 1, , , ,064 3,908 : t::! ::::!: =;===* ld:fa:: :!t::: :!!: , 535 1,436 5,07a -- 5,072 2:ll 4, ,130 8, 734 a,7ro -- a,7ro 128 2, ,168 4, ro 2,068 1,298 := :::St!( := :=:=-:: :=:=:= = := :=7!( := := =91a= := Y == =8::;:S::: :=:= 69( _!9..:.9! _a.!.- --.!.30- _ YJ::3- :1.:..s-?.:_o_:o_ 3, a 2, , 310 4,490 1,660 4, ,558 3, ,400 3, , 272 6,394 2,940 6,048 6, , ,S:ll ,296 7,857 1, a 1, ,10 2. :ll 2, , , , , , 528 3, ;a. a ,314 ::!ll:!:o.!:c:.!.::.).!.:_:l:::.!6::1/i:!'f.::!l4!'f.:::;:'f_ a a. 40 1,1oa !1,2 1!L_ a,),: ffi B.Q4 -o- 1:.:,5,!7 1,!3 1.!.4 4,!9...! - _...1.:.8!.o! -.!1.!,!)..z.5..9.!.! ! !7.!.5!L _.! !J._ , , , ,487 2,443 1, , , ,605 2, , , ,810' , ' ,260 67,039 a,bs4 ro 2, , s? 4,465 4,176 _.!J...OA _.!,.!?..!! _l,!:l a... f!i5._ = M 5Q.Q.3-6a-.!9.r..4.!.1_ -l.j !.518!7..s14_ 112,892 4, ,422 4, , , , '19 jf See page 45 for sepazate estimates of quantities JIOt harvested. on account of ecojiomio condi 1i ons emf or emess cullage of harvested fruit. Y, State price '"'ighted by quanti ties sold. jj State prices '"'ighted. by production having '9e.lue.

10 a- 1 APPLES- COMMERCIAL CROP l./: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, SEASON AVERAGE PRICE PER :BUSHEL TO GROWERS AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1948 AND _1,24; _1,21.!; Area I : Not I Produc- I.E8J:D1_d1SJ<oi.!i.9.n : : Velue : Value 1 : Not : Produc-:,l.I)ll_d1SJ<Oi.!i.9.n_: : Value : Velue and I Produc- : util- : tion : Ferm : : Price : of : of Produc- : util- : tion : FArm : : Price : of : of State I tion : ized I hating : household: Sold : : produc- : 1 tion : ized : having :household: Sold : -.1.l _gj.1..l"tll.'w :_ -'lui"- _.1.1. : t.l.ca _..i. _ 8 s- :_ 2./.1 _ v.,ee_:_.jiil..c : -.l : produc-: se1es...l.11.2n... -' laW.m N. Atlantic Thousand bushels 1l2ll..al:.i1 Thousand dollars bush1e Thousand doup,-< Me lob ,562 2,271 1,nn6 1, ,062 1,861 N.H ,937 1,799 1,328-1, , ,457 2,)64 Vt, o55 1,074 1,915 1, , , ,933 1,893 Mass. 2,040-2, , ,304 5,083 3, , , ,010 5,852 R.I Conn ,535 2,373 1, , , ,110 2,984 N.Y. 11, , , ,912 21,912 20,090 2,722 17, , ,973 19,470 N.J. 1,364-1, , ,274 3,130, , , ,648 4,523 _l... 4.JlO :it..!1,1;2.2 +,go J.,20Jl l. o ;k416 _ 6.._61io...?. B 66 _ -tk6z.5. _.,200 1_.125 3Lt '3t. _.,16% 8_.4- -:tft!etlttc- 22.,10.2 2,2 zz.. l5 J.,.JO '1- _ 5/_1$"-,.Jo " ii5..22.ll T\2,..J22. _.3.- _.3._l.!.{.f"_l..J.!!TL _..!!9... 4J.5 41,..2!.i.. Del , Md. 862 B Bl3 1.6o 1,179 1,301 1,151-1, , ,591 Va. 8, , , ,640 12,509 8,525-8, , ,060 9,706 W. Ve. 2,948 2, , ,159 4,923 3,900-3, , ,48 4,)82 _!!l. - l.24il. -r 1,.5..!10..JJ.Q 1.._2l,O o;;-r2....j,.qb.q g,..!i2.q 14;!±.:-:: 14!! 2.,20..!19!1: _il.2... o.q 1_..28. _T.9.tal_S...A... _ - -.U,. 7..!1. < e52 J.2.o.9.3l- _.J/-o51. Z3,2.32. U.:ZO..Z 1..!1,14..2 =- l..!i.:zlts 7Jl0 J..!I,Jl4..2 _ 2.3 _ 18.._2,27_,2.5..!1 lo,ie,l!9.it 1]l..:l2o..28..J -0- J2.U J J8 "j{'jj. 71,.,24.Q 6j,ZZ1..5,S.,ll61_..J.. 5l,,Z01_2.A,O,!t4 4,151 _fl _ 7.. '712!!1-, 32 ccwttral Ohio 1,936-1, , ,646 3,955 5,446 1,002 4, ,96o ,555 4,950 Ind. 1,233-1, , ,713 2,383 2,) , , ,740 2,422 Ill. 2,450-2, , ,268 4,958 4, , , ,642 5,432 Mich. 4,830 4, ,o ,626 10,186 11,735 2,347 9, , ,857 9,542 Wh ,475 2,110 1, , ,485 1,262 Minn Iowa ) Mo ,300 1,910 1, , , ,392 2,113 ltebr s ,Z8., =-- _ _2,Q, _z.gs_- -::: r la' 'I': _ ! ,31_- - -.!1: , !J.O l:o.jiej.c J:._c,pt..J.J,.l).l.!l: J.O l3.a.o.ll l.l..b.ll5.jt_21 23., _ -".ll ]2,ll_ --.S..:?.Q _!1:.2: i5. 2,3, ,. 31 _j/ _ _2,2,:1:3!! "S. entral Ky Tenn , :} _,tr,e..,261 --= Q 4 7 -::;,..2...,0, !1:.29..!1..zo,g :-::..Z0.9 :/5 31 #s 8!!7 :151,tol_al._Cp,t. J.,Z.Bl --= lb. 03.5, -: r-2...ll Z,,:/5..!1 Z,,.JS.S.,l,. O.:Z 5..2 J.,.,25Z, 1,27 l i ill 2..., W5 Z,,J.:U Io.11Q..Q.e,nt.te,l 111:, J.O , _ J.z.o.20..Q jj z.-;-z.o,32...,4.q ,15..JO.Jl'l.. _s...,ogo Z.S.J.Q7_ z.j...j.. _ l l-7_..jz.j..o..z _ Mont Idabe 1, ,) , ,513 2,459 1, , , ,603 1,573 Colo. 1, , , ,871 2,754 1, ,; , o 2,163 2,o64 :&. Mex. 66o o ,250 1,124 66o o , utah L.5o 50 40o 1.95 B'?B 7Bo Wash. 25, ,684, lob 25, ,915 71,613 31,820 2,)40 29, , ,000 50,793 Oreg. 2, , , ,025 2, , , ,799 4,493 gtll.il..2.jj.1.2 "1': -.s u2.s....., l - 7_ _.ozs,.2-a-.,-- :r.- _1i9 t1..z 'T:... u:l.,..,...! _ m- _ Jo.Jje,l,ie, t,1'a..!152 -"'::':L,38_.0, J7..,1;!2..Jt.- :l 9,Z.l9l 9l,.Q.5..J -'IS. o.ll_..j.!l"t.l- _ ii 1 i5. 2 -'12 U3 _j/1,.51_ 9.aP.21-7!'otal u. s. 89.no ,155 84,342 jj ,233 1B7,4;S_I; )4.00? 11,929 l2210'n ,476 :3./ ;;:,36.3 -W- ll Estites of the commercial crop refer to the total production of apples in commercial areae for each State. u See page 45 for separate estimates of quantities not harvested on account of economic conditions end/or excese en11ege of hartested fruit. State pricea weighted by quantities sold. State prices weighted by production h8ving value. e - -

11 -.LBS-COMMERCIAL CROP '}): -CTIOH AND UTILIZA., f 8 -: dc: : Produc- :!a!.jd_d!_o!.i!_i.2_n.,; T.T!_1!.1,:a!_1,2_n_of.!_S.!_e!. : Produc- : Produc- :_rl!!!!p B!.t.!_o.!!_: Qt!_l!_S!_t!_o.!!_ f_e!_l!_e g Season : tion : tion : Farm : : J'resh : - _P!.0.8!.B!.d_- _: tion : tion : Farm : : Fresh : - _P!_O _e!_b!_d_- l : gj : ueng2 :h!is:;a: Sold : sales :Cs.mled: Dried :Frozen:Other 11:?} :!2 :h!s:;e: Sold : sales :Canned : Dried :Frozen : Other jj --Y-- 1 Thousand bushels Thousand buehele "' TOTAL 35 COMMERCIAL STATES TOTAL NORTH A'l'Lt.NTI C STATES 1f./ , ,225 6, ,112 77,808 9, ,0155{2,221 16,600 34,227 33,170 2,066 31,104 19,029 4, , ,686 66,686' 2,906 63,780 47,264'3,8674,685_2,442 5,522 7, ,897 4,614 1, , , ,394' 5, , ,658 13, /.2,175 15,694 31,143 30,916 1, ,186 15,610 6, , , ,422. 4, ,576 77,207.9,003 2/.4, ,678 30,053 29,122 1,624 27,498 17,170 5, , ,330 88,497' 4,155 84,342' 64,887" 7,7962,5645/ ,182 22,709 22,415 1,308 21,107 14,288 3, , , ,073 4, ,476 81,235 14,068 5/4,847!{1,531 15,795 40,322 36,456 1,344 35,112 21,274 6, ,632 TOTAL SOT.T'l'H ATLaNTIC STATES / TOTAL CEN'l'RAL STATES lf ,291 21,692 1,480 20,212 11,182 3, { 283 4,750 18,516 18,266 1,908 16,358 12, , ,870 6,870 4b3 6,407 3,719 1,702 2/. 605/ ,698 7,698 1,144 6, , b 21,702 21,502 1,409 20,093 10,470 4, !( 489 4,313 19,057 19,057 1,677 17,380 12,724 1, , ,893 9, ,132 5,305 2, /. 98 1,351 20,559 19,374 1,839 17,535 13, ,874 13, ,931 8,226 2, / ,448 14,295 14,285 1,385 12,900 10, , ,745 14, ,045 6,760 5, ! ,590 30,127 25,107 1,921 23,186 17, ,880 TOTAL WESTERN STATES / NW XNGLAliD STATliS ,232 46, ,438 35,573 1,360 5, ,588 7,487 7, ,741 5, ,544 44, ,922 33,574 1,067 4,625 2,300 2,356 1,464 1, ,334 1, b 4b,999 46, ,329 36,854 1,793 5, ,753 4,849 4, ,511 3, , ,387 50, ,411 41,200 1,150 4, ,085 6,860 6, ,443 5, I ,452 38, ,404 31,518 1,358 2, ,871 5,475 5, ,147 4, ,808 45, , ,637 4, ,693 8,820 8, ,230 7, l!iew YORK PENNSYLVANIA ,795 15, ,562 7,584 1, ,055 8,295 8, ,262 3,617 2, , ,16o 2, ,920 1, ,375 2, , ,116 14, ,268 6, ,208 8, ,508 3,264 2, , ,045 14, ,581-7,227 3, ,909 6,213 6,213 boo 5,613 2,713 1, ,750 11, ,956 6,667 2, ,829 4,120 4, ,700 1,800 1, ,090 17, ,930 8,181 4,4o ,288 7,625 oo 7,125 3,625 1, ,315 VIRGINIA WEST VIRGINIA ,500 13, ,4b8 6,521 2, \ 21 3,880 4,884 4, ,469 2, , ,800 3, ,600 1, / 644 1,944 1, , Q ,975 12,775 boo 12,175 5,700 2,667 3,808 4,900 4, ,68 2, ,o ,07? 5, ,852 2,592 1,338 '51 ' , 720 2, ,592 1,560 b4o ' ,240 8, ,818 4,41 2,115 '51 1,162 2,9415 2, ,813 1, ,525 8, ,225 3, / 5/ 1,312 3,900 3, ,810 1, 747 1, MICHIGAN WASHINGTON , , 790 4,1f ,813 31,600 31, ,486 25, ,'? ,250 1, , ,530 26, ,438 23, , ,560 7, ,235 4, ,495 32,710 32, ,614 g._l;_2_q ] 5 _3, ,400 6, ,820 3, ,330 33,480 32, ;rcr,rit2 29,848 24f 1, ,830 4, ,630 3, ,760 25, ,576 23, , ,735 9, ,088 5, b1 2,379 31,820 29, ,360 26, , See page g for footnotes,

12 .,. I l<pples - COl-!MMRCIAL LROP!): PRODUC.TION AllD UTILIZATION, CONTilHJEIJ -,- -:-Produc--:Farm-disosition_:_-- -Utilization-of sales-, --:-Produc--:Farm-dfsnosition_:_-- Uti1Iz!t o f=sls= = = = = S : Produc-: tion :-Farm-: -,-,--Processed-, Produc-: tion,-:farm--;--,-,- Processed eason ti 21 h Fresh-- "'. Fresh.- on '=.1 : having : ouse- : Sold : 1 'ca d : Did 'F 'Oth ;J : tion g_, : havj.ng : house- : Sold sales 'ca d : Died 'Frozen 'cn!,er 3./ : :_v!le:od_u!e :_ 8 s_:_ n _: :_rzn_: e ; :_vle_g{:old_u!e : :_ : _: : : Thousand bushels OREGON Thousand bushels CALIFORlliA ,157 3, ,973 2, ,144 6, ,032 2, , ,645 2, ,461 1,993 " ,568 10, ,456 4, ,430 1, 725 1, , ,786 2, ,648 7, ,000 YJ7 1, ,864 2, ,660 2, , ,845 5, , , ,666 2, ,393 1, ,870 5, , ,07; 1?0 1, ,953 2, ,643 2, ,445 9, ,215 1,120 2, ,622 OTHER S Ti!.TES lo4 22,734 2,425 20,309 16, , ,950 13,950 1,430 12,?20 10, , ,965 21,865 2,196 19,687 15, , ,156 21,687 2,219 19,466 16, , ,669 17,392 1,841 15,551 13, , ,426 24,961 2,229 22,732 18, !/ --'- Estimates of the commercial crop refer to yroduction of apyles in the commercial areas of each State, gj Differences between production and production having value consist of fruit not harvested on account of economic conditions and/or excess cullage of harvested fruit. / Mostly crushed for vinegar, cider,and juice, For some minor States small quantities cannedried and frozen are included, 1fj Me., N.H., Vt., Mass., R.I., Conn,, N.Y., N.J,, and Pa. Dried and frozen apyles in Va. and N. Va. are included with other processing, In the total South atlantic States and 35 Commercial States these quantities are included under dried and frozen. Va., and N.C. Mich., Wis., Minn., Iowa, Mo., Nebr., Kans., Ky., Tenn. and Ark. Mont., Idaho, Colo,, N. lex., Utah, Wash., Oreg. and Calif, j Del., Md., Va., W. 1/ Ohio, Ind., Ill., APPLES: COMMERCIAL PRODUCTION FOR SEL:E(,Ti!.D S'ATES and.li.id:o.s, BY V.hRIETBS, VARIETIES : 1944 : 1945 : 194b : 1947 : 1948 : 1949 : 1944 : 1945 : 1946 : 1947 : 1948 : 1949 : 1944 : 1945 : 1946 : 1947 : 1948 : o- -355;::1- -19: :3l - -1:1- -- :s:h ::8_._ [ Thno"b;l; SUMI-!ER VARIETIES Gravensen Other Summer FALL VARIETIES <>rme s Golden Jonathan Wealthy Other Fall WINTER VARIETIES ,736 3,709 2,952 2,501 3, ,399 9,148 1,899 2,737 1,318 4, ,673 2,811 6,861 3,o41 3,074 2,309 8,390 2,202 2,630 2,066 6,525 2,229 1,992 3,055 10,163 2,768 2,808 UWJ.n Ben Davis and Gano 3,627 3, ,399 2,367 5,099 2,272 1,795 1,577 5,067 2,710 Black Twig (Paragon) 1, , Cortland 1, ,895 2,o41 1,986 3,255 Delicious Golden Delicious 23,557 17,119 24,527 24,519 16,171 28,029 2,379 1,970 2,998 3,017 2,650 3,666 Me Intosh Northern Spy 11,557 2,066 2, ,457 1,894 9,596 2,067 8,596 1,266 14,299 2,648 R.I. Greening 2, ,313 2,419 1,734 3,874 Rome Beauty 6,608 4,409 7,574 6,585 6,132 8,345 Stayman 8,191 1,682 6,999 3,676 3,232 5,227 Winesap 13,892 10,553 13,054 11,895 10,008 12,454 Yellov Newtown!/ 4,359 4,796 4,320 4,841 3,750 4,975 York Imperial 6,625 3,190 6,877 3,929 5,185 4,444 Other Winter 7,876 4,151 7,463 7,296 5,473 6,423 itie = =12( 6(161)282= 93I0=1o2!J Albel!&l'le Pipyin , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,965 1, , , , , , , , ,100 8o4 2,100 8o4 6, ,289 1, o2j 1, ,058 1, ,205 )4( )44= =48= =680= }4L5= =68oj 7( =210= 1( 5= lo= ooo= - - -

13 - APPLES: - C.CIAL PRODUC'riON FOR SEWC-ATES AND AREAS: ARIETIES, , OO?lo"'J'IJjlJ]<JD -- Varieties : 1944 : i 1946 i M ; 1949 : 1944 ; 1945 ; ; 1947 ; 1948 : 1949 : 1944 : ; 1947 : 19t1g : l--l--l J L!!--l-L!! -ll! Thou_b_,_s_ll_l_s_ I!_h_Nl9and bust:!. I Tho_.!.l:e NEW JERSEY PENNSYLVANIA Total North Atlantic States SUI-IMER VARIETIES GravesveJ.u Other Summer FALL VARIETIES Grimes Golden Jonathan Wealthy Other Fall WINTER VARIETIES lle.1dw1n Ben Davis & Gano Black Tw1g(Paragon}80 32 Cortland Delicious Golden Delicious Mcintosh Northern Spy R. I, Greening Rome Beauty Stayman Winesap SO Yellow Newtown!J York Imperial Other Winter TA p.j, Irl;TJE =26o)f(.7 =19( =14=, , ! ,068 sog 2,299 l, , , , , =825=.I7 )2s= f.ll =.I2 =8( 214 1, ,204 l, ,537 2,0} ,159 2,048 1, , , ,633 1,014 l,'l ,814 1, ,821 1,045 2,072 2,80'5 2, ,081 SOl ') 1,904 l,4r ,886 1,245 2,254 1,827 1, ,198 6ol 1, ,848 1, ,610 1, , , ,447 1, ,823 2, ,943 1,189 3,482 },042 2, , ,015 1, , J--L-J--Ll- _3!±.2L 7 _,_514_ J!..!.4l_ 1o..._o23 2g_,102!J9...3g_2 "' SUMI-lER V ARIJilT IES Graveetein Other Summar FALL VARIJilTIES Grimes Golden Jonathan Wealthy Other Fall WINTER VARIETIES Baldwin Ben Davis & Gano Black Twig(l'llragon).;40 76 Cortland VIRGINIA Delicious 1, , ,194 Golden Delicious Mcintosh Northern Sky R.I. Greening Rome Beauty Stayman 1, , ,023 Winesap 2, , ,071 1,449 Yellow Newtown!J York Imperial 3,375 1,520 3,633 1,378 2,826 1,705 other Winter o TOTAL ALL 1fiRiET!Es- 13:500-3:oo-12, s24o- 8,525!J Albemarle Pippin o , II':SS:I: VI<l.Qli<U R ,568 1,006 1, Rg R 4,884 1,944 4,900 2, 720 2,94R 3, NORTH CAROLINA 14 2! !1 70 2! S ! R ! J--

14 APPLli:S: COMMlo!RCIAL PRODUCTION FOR SELli:CTliiD SUTJI:S AND A.B.E.Io.S, BY VARIETIJI:S, , COHTI'I!UE - ;a;i:te:-- -9-!95- :9-: 9;7-: 9;8-: 9;9-: 9-9;5-9- 9;7-9; ;5-9;6-9;7-9;8-; q- - Thousand bushele Thousand bushels Thousand bushels SUMMER VARili:TU:S Gravenstein Other Summer l'all VARIETIES Grimes Golden Jonathan Wealthy Other Fall WINTER VARIETIES Baldwin Ben Davie and <lana Black Twig (Paragon) Cortland Delicious Golden Delicious Mcintosh Northern Spy R. I. Greening !WI.YLAND-Dli:LAWABli , , TOUt SOUTH ATLANTIC SUTES Rome Beauty Stayman , ,066 1,186 1,660 1,696 Winesap , , ,273 1,590 Yellow Newtown Y York Imperial ,171 2,534 5,649 2,649 4,122 2,866 Other Winter TOTAL AiL VARIETIES 2, ,423-1,161-1,146-1,576 22,291-6,670-21,7o2-9,693-13,674-14,745 0 SUMMER VARIETIES Gravenstein Other Summer FALL VARIETIES Grimes Golden Jonathan Wealthy Other Fall WINTER VARlETIES Ba1a.w1n ILLINOIS , Ben Davis and Gano Black Twig (Paragon) Cortland Delicious Golden Delicious Mcintosh Northern Spy R. I. Greening Rome Beauty Stayman Winesap Yellow Newtown y York Imperial Other Winter ,082 1, ,076 TOTAL ALL VARIETIES 2,200 2,376 3,380 4,029 2,450 4, , , , , , , OHIO , o- 2,350-3.o ,446 MICHIGAN I , , , , , oo , ,650 1, , ,133 1, , ,250 7,560 6,400 4,830 11, b ,30 1, ,710 y Albemarle Pippin. e e e e

15 - e - APPLES: CO.IAL PRODUCTION FOR Sl!:LECTED.TXS AliD AREAS, BY VARIETIES, , CONTINUED ;i;tie;-- -:-1944 l9- "! l94b-: l947-: l948-: :-1944: l9-: l9-: l947-: l948-: : :-1945-: ; :-19 -;-1; :...:..:..:. --..:.-- -l'..:..:..:..: Thousand bushels Thousand bushels Thousand bushels OTHER CENTRaL STATES!} TOTAL CENTRAL ST.io.TES IDAHO,...,... SUMMER V..IUUETIES Gravenstein Other Summer FALL. VARIETIES Grimes Golden Jonathan Wealthy Other Fall WINTER VARIETIES Baldwin Ben Davis and Geno Black Twig (Paragon) Cortland Delicious Golden Delicious Mcintosh Northern Spy R. I. Greening Rome Beauty Stayman Winesap Yellow Newtown gj , , ,072 3, , , , ,318 1,499 1,?70 1,891 York Imperial t _ t!:&::,!it!.r , _7 _2!.3-,6 2!.88- _2!.97- ::._. 52,_,2_ !} 5 7 _ TOTAL ALL VARIETIES. 3,728 2,410 4,537 5,412 4,159 6,556 18,516 7,698 19,057 20,559 14,295 30,1271 1,699 2,299 1,233 2,075 1,450 1,825 SUMMlilR VARIETIES Gravenstein Other Summer FALL VARIETIES Grimes Golden Jonathan Wealthy Other Fall WIfER VAHlETIES Bala.w>D Ben Davie and Geno Black Twig (Paragon) Cortland Delicious Golden Delicious Mcintosh Northern Spy R. I. Greening Rome Beauty Stayman Winesap Yellow Newtown gj York Imperial COLORJ.DO o ,528 1,247 _.._ ,884 12, ,159 4,108 1, , , WASHINGTON 33 2, ,193 3,888 1, , ,609 1,457 1, , , ,975 1, ,589 5,594 1, , ,776 1,940 2,182 1, ,488 1, , ,009 17,912 13,009 18, ,054 1,539 2,028 1,908 1,468 1, ,049 9,312 9,519 9,810 7, 754 9, ,552 1,208 1,398 1,312 1,327 1,312 Other Winter i q6 TOTAL ALL VARIETIES 1,930 1,275 1,100 1,568 1,380 1,570 31,600 26,530 32,710 33,480 25,760 31,820 3,157 2,645 2,970 2,864 2,668 2, D.-fuci!:Wi;d;,Mi;::ieb:;:ient:ie;ib;: y Albemarle Pippin, o Q!!W! m ,069

16 Ai'l'LJ.f: C.OMJ.!ERCIAL PRODUCTION FOR SELECT&Il STATES AND AREAS, BY VAJl.IETIES, , CONTINUlllD --;--:-:-:%-:-:-:-:-:-:%-:-:-:-:-:-%-:-;-;- -- Thousand bushels Thousand bushels Thousand bushels CALIFORNIA OTHER WESTERN STATES 1/ TO'I!AL WESTBRN STATES SUM!Ilm V.allllilTIES Gravenstein Other Summer 1,782 3,487 2,677 4,211 1,820 3, ,850 3,524 2,752 4,254 1,840 3, I FALL VARI:ii:TIES I;; Grimes Golden Jonathan Wealthy Other Fall , , b 3, , WINTER VARIETIES :Baldwin Ben Davis and Gano Black Twig (Paragon) Cortland Delicious Golden Delicious Me Intosh Northern Spy R, I. Greening Rome Beauty Stayman Winesap Yellow Newtown gj York IJ!!Perial Other Winter b , ,171 1, ,912 1, , , ,834 1,330 1,228 TAL ALL VARIETIES 6,144 10,568 7,648 11,082 5,870 9,445 y Includes Montana, New Mexico and Utah Albemarle Pippin. e o b o , llle ,269 4o , , , , , , b -- 19, , ,121 3, , , , ,509 4, , , , , , , , ,057 4, , , 702 1,227 1,338 1,318 1,324 1,195 40,232 44,544 46, ,452 48, e e

17 APPLES: COIAL PRODUCTION, BY VARIETIOR SELECTED STATE e AREAS, A.R:"..A Allli ATE - -: : : -1941) -: :-194if -: : : :-1941l -: :-194if -: -1 " :-1945-:-1941l -: : : l'l4'l Tlioilailn';l ii,_1shels Thousand" iiu.shels Thousand iiushel GRAVWSTEIN SiiMMEl\VAR:iET!iS TOTAL SUMMER VARIETIES NORTH ATLANTIC STS OTHER SUMMER VARIETIES Ne England New York Ne Jersey P.!!_szl:!a_!!i :.- :.-:. :.-:. = :.-:. :.-:. :!:_ :!:_6!! :!:_2!! {?:. 4 :!:_ :!:_6!! l2!± 8 2!±9_ OT!!O!T!!!TT!c 1 6!31 l I :!:.2:!:. 1Q. _:!:_.}2I!±1!± _ :!:_,!±12 n 42. _l.l2l_ :!:_,5.4:!:. 2.4 _!.'i5g.!.. r SOiJTR ATLANTIC STAT'i)S Virginia West Virginia North Carolina Mz_ln-e:!:_ap --= :.-:. :.-:. :.-:. :.-:. :.-:.!}}!9 1,_02 :!:.JQ 1,_6 3 Dl!9.[ :!:_0 :!:.}Q 1. _2 0!!:.0!! T!!_A!_T.!_C :.-:. :.-::. :.-:. :.-:. :.-:. ::.-:..[!± 82 J3I 15'i : 4!±!±5.[6!± g 19l 152!±4!± 45_6 - CERAL STATES Ohio Illinois Michigan Missouri O!hr_Sae!l/ :.-:. :.-:. :.-:. :.-:. -:._-:. :::: I9!±72 162!!_ Q 2_ _5 AgE!P!A!! -:_- -:.- -:.- -:_- -:.- -:_-_ 1.._24-2; 1.._):!:_8 1.._4- _1_,;no 1..._8.2_1_ 1_,24-4- _l,):!:_ll l.t_42_9 1, 2IO!,9:!:. WJ><>T '""" STATES Idaho Colorado Washington Oregon g California 1,782 3,1+37 2,b77 1+,211 1,320 3, ,843 3,593 2,753 4,)22 1,879 },116!o!4:h[;}t:: ::::::==I.= J:,; :- :?:.I5 =. = r.i4 :::1.1 = 1! =?:-=- = l{ =?:i = i = = 1H =?:.! = J:.;} = 2,1;I =!.!±: = r.2i 3:;:2= =!0! gs g,q.6i _ 1 29:.82 _!±.: 2:!:. _ 1,_,2_6I _ 1.61 _}.6 _ :!:_,1) _ 1 I02. _.2_5 _.20:!: 2_, 6:!:. _ 2 l3 _ 2 12 _.29 _ l 171 _!±,: 6 _694- _ '-" FALL VARIETll!:S 1 GRIMRS GOLDEII JONATRAN WEALTHY NORR ATLANTIC STATE ew ng,and New York ,05g New Jersey Pn!!_s;y:_l!_i :!:_6. :!:_12 gt !!_9.!:9Q...5t 171 l3q 61 :!:_ t4.!_8. :!:_62 1 _6_.!OA _!!O!!_T!'!!T!!_A!_T.!_C 7 :!:_B o 2_2 6:!: 2_ !. 2 ll il 14: 9 Sf 15!! :!:_, 31_ :!:_,Q8:!: :!:_.!9 _:!:_,2. SOUTH ATLANTIC STATES Virginia West Virginia North Carolina Ml_l!0-e.!.a'!.ar :- 'i7 7-1Q3.. 6!±3 - } _ 6-4!9 1Q _!_0! O_!!T!!_!T!!_A!_T.!_C_ E. --!±2!± -.!..! Ill Q- - 17!! - -.!: !± - - l3q Q -- _ I _ -- _12_ - - :!:_C :!:_ _ CENTRAL STATES Ohio Illinois , Michigan , '5 1, , B Missouri ! g _ -hr _sa.!'_e.\'. y 8.2 ;!l: 10:!: 151 7!±1 26.! 1 _ r. 83 I..52. _.!_,9_ !± 24!± _!_0!_ Q.E!i'J!.J:.,Q?g!?_1_2 _ :!:_,]5.2!_.!:91!?. _1,_,2_8.2 }.7. _ :!:_,!?_01 _ '.:!:_.0 _ }_,.!1_8 _.![4.2 2_,_29!f _ :!:_, P.i.'± _!_,Q.52 l _142- WESTERl! STAT"!CS Idaho Colorado I Washington 2,528 1,247 2,126 1,975 1,958 1,591 Oregon California O!_hr_S!_a!e! gj 1 1Q 2 1. lt 1}!±4.. 2t0 2.2r _9_ t g.! lq ,0!_o 'l! TR!! n u.5 4l_!±.2.42 _ 2, 2 _1 151_1.1.7 _ ! ! -.29 _ :!:_,11-1:!:,102. _.Q_6 _ }.Q52 _.!_4 _.SI _.6:!:.2_9Q. _.222. _19_,.!_61 _!_ _ 2_,Q4.!.o _.2 _27g- _ y Includes InJ.iana, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Ioa, Nebraska, Kansas, Kentucky, Tennessee and Arkansas.?) Includes Montana, Ne Mexico and l:tah./

18 APPLES: COMMn.CIAL PRODUCTION, BY VAlllliTU:S, FOR SELECT.IiiD STATES AND.Al!EAS, , CONTINU:ill ::::::::: )[ [TfT!:::: :::::::::1 ::::::)24 ::::::)24 ::::::::1241 :::::::::124 ::::::)242 :::::)2 ::::::::ii45: :::::::11 ::::::::1 :41 :::::::::1: : ::::::::1: : ::::"=::)1 :::::::124 :::::::124 :::::::1 :41. :::::::1: :4 :::::): ::::: Thousand bushels Thousand bushels Thousand bushels VIBT&R VARITIS NORTH.ATUNTIC STATES OTHlilll FALL V.ARlli:TIES TOTAL FALL VARUTUS BAIJJtiB New England , , 757 1,150 New York , ,663 1,053 1,174 1,150 1, ,058 2, ,100 New Jersey _31 _!BED-!Y];v_!ll;!a 3-.;.. _]1 2.Q5 16- l_g4 4_26 9_!3 4_g7 1.._ llg5 1.._6, }: ]:1 14- _ --!O!A!:!OT!!_!_TT!_C 9_!3 2_g1 1.._0_!4 8.Ql 6.Ql 9 } 2.._74-9]9 3.J)Ii9 2.._0- _2.._4_24 3.._4]2 3.._2_24 7]0 1.._9_20 3.._9]9 1.._4_27 3.._<7- SOUTH ATLANTIC STATES Virginia , , ,154 1,017 West Virginia North Carolina Totr:ryguVXrc i-- -9{ -- -5tt _ _ -2-} -1-} :-:::-:::-:::-:::-:::-::- CENTRAL STATES : !2 - - "" :& :& :.L! Ohio ,136 22b , L Illinois ,149 1, ,498 Michi , ,775 1,910 1,565 3, Missouri Q.t)!e!. t!_ts.jl 18-12_1 1!.5 2!!_1 12_7 --2!±.3- _l..j2.}- 82_1 1.,_76- -J4- _1,_ _31_2 _ -J2-7 -J - }.3 1_2 --!O!A!: 41_ )J.O 5]5 )J.4 2_7 5 2L82_8 6L81- _ L ll 4.._ _ _ -- _1LlO 218 ll 0- Wli:STERN STATES Idaho Colorado Washington ,591 1,300 2,191 2,042 1,984 1,613 Oregon California , _ Q.t)!e!_ t!_ts_g[ 6 6- ]l- ]5!*- 1- _ -- 4?_6 22- )tl 3J2-31- _ -.Jt =:::::::::::::::::::::: ::::2-;fi::: ::::1J:b::: 3::1Z::: :::2:;:lo:::: :::1::;i:::: :::2::8fs:::: ::: :i1rr:::: x::: 5:::: 1:::: rs114 3:;:7:::::: :::9xi::: :::2:;:39:::: 3:;: : :1:;:75:::: 3:;:7: WINTER V.ARlETIES CONTINUED NORTH ATLANTIC STATES BEN DAVIS AND G.ANO BLACK 'l'iig CPABAGON) i C01iTLAliD New England b New York , ,360 1,354 1,410 2,100 New Jersey _!e.!!ll!y.!.!a 2- j _g4 l_g :- j5 2. 1; Q _-'- _ '0_!!!:OT!!_!TWJ:!C 1L2.3_4 l.q g2 5_!6 10g2 2 1.?_7 3] 2.Q5 2 2]0 1L5J.7 2_3 1.._8_! _ ?!!:8 2L8.?_3_ SOU'l'H.ATLANTIC STATES Virginia o West Virginia North Carolina !orArtifc::::::::::: :1:;:oli::::::: :2g::::: :1i::::: :::3=:::: :::3=::: :7=1= ::::1::::::: :1i::::::: =r:::::::: :2i2:::::: :::3t::: :::5t:::: ::::==:::::::: :===::: :::===:::::::: -=-=::: :===:::: :::=::: CENTRAL STATES ' Ohio o Illinois Michigan Missouri Q.t)!e!: ts.jl 12_7 t !!;9 1]2 2.Q _0 1_8 -- 1_2j.! !±1_!Q 42_6 1_0 5Q.O _5 6.!_5 7 2!O!8 1_2] l:i7 1.3_8 4]2_ WESTERN STATES Idaho Colorado Washington Oregon California _ te:_ tts_g{ l3_1 z: OJ ;:c :::::::::::::::::::::::: :3:;:i!::::::: == :2:;:!::: :::2:Z1: :1:;: 1: :::2jx::: :::1:;)1:::::: :::3::: :::1:;)f::: :::5t::: :::4:::::: :::8J ::>:;:53:::::: == :::1:;:;5::: :::2:;:::: :::1:;:96::: ::::,:;:= Includes Indiana, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Kentucky, Tennessee and Arkansas. y Includes Montana, New l{exico and Utah - - e e

19 1:1 I - APPLES: COIIJOOll P:RODUCTION BY V.ABIETIES,.ELlilCTED STATES J,.ND'nS, , CONTINUED e -:-- rm-.a!d:::s!a::::::::: :::::::1 ::::::::1 :::::::1 :::::::12:41 :::::::114! ::::::::12: ::::::::12 :::::::r2:4 ::::::::12: :::::::::r2:4i ::::::::12 ::::::::r2:42: :::::::::ri ::::::::r2:4 ::::::::r : :::::::::r :41 I I9s:::: 1!99::: -- Thousand bushels Thousand bushels Thousand bushc1s WtNTXR VARIETIES CONTINUED!!O.RTB A!l'LANTIC STATBS D:ILICIOUS., ' GOLDEN DELICIOUS MC INTOSH!lew IOOgland , ,467 3,299 3,019 5,021 New York , ,930 4,063 3,879 6,227!lew Jerse _ e!1!"'!.n!.a 6.4 2g_8 62_7..31f,- 2!±J- 5f6-2! J _ -!± }2 2!!:_9 11 2!!:.6 3!1 g_4t!±i!± fo!s 2.._ _r.._8.q4 r.._4 1.._1 2.._r 3g_3 21o g,5_ _1.._9 6.._8g_1 7.._86_ 1,g_5 r 1.4J. Virginia 1, , , West Virginia !lorth Carolina ]9 $ ]5 1_!2 -..:- -..:- -_:- -..:-:.. _..:-..:..:-..: -!U"J!a_!d;:D!_l!w!.r! :- 1- t6 2_12 1_96 t- o!.c 2.._7_7 5!t_O 2,3..9 r... o- _2... 2!8 52..J 3 8!9 5!2 7?:_7 7}8 --= -=.- --= -:.- :.-:. :.-:. Ohio Illinois Michigan , , ,155 1, ,650 Missouri To _!L c i:- -1-Hj } -2-* -}- -t-- - i- -1-Z2?-- -P- -1-;-2g- -r-t o- 1 i 9{ -1-:j} -2-i --al a a-a--aa-a----l--- WESTD!l STATJ:S Idaho Colorado Washington 14,884 12,920 17,009 17,912 13,009 18, Oregon ,069 California ro!ri11...u- r1-9- r _ 2!!:.- I9-rb 2o-- I4-- 2o--- -5=4-- -;i-- -:r=-i-- -6I;-- -7= t % i4-- -.Q 5 _ - 6!- - tt M4![.:s::::::::::::::::!33::::: :B= g:g:r: g:4:::,!9:::: 181}1: g:80= :2:;): :r:io: =218: 3oi7::: =2lio:::: 36"2.6:::: xd3::::: =2Dg:7: =843:7: 35ro:.3:92. :re. NORTH ATL.i!JITIC STATJIS NORTHKRN SPY R. I. GRl!llmiNG ROME BEAUTY 1 New :idgland Belt York ' , ,965 2,10f? 1,528 3, , ,205 Hew Jersey b _ e!7!"'!.n!a - g_o 2- - _ -Jl ;:- -::;;- _ -6=-- -:.- 9!2 25- _1.._ Q !!0!lC 1.._129 2g_7 1.._0- _1.._2-!5 1.._1- _2.._ _0}2 2.._22 1.._!O ).._42- _1.._8.27 7} Q5 1.._8s7_!.l1 }. SOUTH ATLANTIC STADS Virgtnia West Virginia North Carolina _!&!.Yla_!!d=.D.!1.!W!l".! -.::- -.::- -.:- --=-- _--=-- -=.- --=-- -.::- --=-- _--=-- _--=-- -.::- 1_ _.!3J.!72 ifot4lc -:.- -:.- -=.- -:.- -=.- -:.- -=.- -:.- -:.- -.::- -:.- -;:-,.20 2Q9 b- _ -4- _52 J. Ohio b Illinois Michigan , b Missouri -.Qt!!t'! t!!:t_!s_!l ];1-2- g i-- _ --i-- _ --=-- _ --=1- _15-2_23 2_17!S_g t6.1'0.q- _9_97_- _15-- _8_-- _82 1- _1... 4,.29_- _33 ]3_- _2_1_- _1_5_- _l_g4_- _3j2_- _9]2_- _2]_- _8]1_- _7.24 ]5 1,_8 WESTERN STATES Idaho 4o b b22 Colorado Washington 2,054 1,539 2,028 1,908 1,468 1,336 Oregon California _ Qt!!.B!:. t!,t!_s...u -;:- --= _--= -;:- -=.- -;:- 8 TOTAL WESTmaN -- W Q.:s:;:::::::::::::::::::::: ::::2o ::: :412:::: :::1:;:814::: :::io 1:::: :::1:;:2 6:::: ):;:-.:211:::: :211::: :::2:;313::: :2:;:419: :::1:;:1]!.1: 3:;:s1_4!/ Includes Indiana, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, X&naas, Kentucky, Tennessee and arkansas. g_f Includes Montana, New Mexico and Utah. - _).J9_- _2g_3_- _28-- _116_-!.9--!.92. _3.._ _4 3.._50-2,og _ g_,8s _b... bq8 4.._4Q _55-,!3g-.]42

20 ,_. 0\ I APPLES: COHMERCIAL PROWCTION, BY VARIETIES, FOR SELECTED STATES AND AREAS, , CONTINUED ::: =!i< TT!::::::::: ::::)!.! :::::::1 :::::::1 :::::::1[ :::::::1[ :::::::1 :42: -::::1 :::::::1215: :::::::121 :::::::121[ :::::::::1[ ::::::::1212: :::::::::1 ::::::::1 :::::::1 :::::::1[.::-::::1! ::::)2:::: Thousand bushels r Thousand buehe1e I Thousand buehe1a STAYMAN 'iinter VARIF.TIES CONTINUED YELLO'i NEWTOWII (ALBEMARLE PIPPI!!) NORTH ATLANTIC STATES -- WI New Eng1ana New York New Jersey so !nslai.131 g)8 _2L229!,, _1.._49_1_ -P 4r 8 6g 41: = _--= =--=- =--=- =--=- =--=- 0!!OT T!T.!_C.2_,1:_72.!±,1 _2.t_9}4 l,2_2 l9l_2l0}9 1: 1 n.!4! s1: 62 2Q -:: -:.- ::.-:. :.-:. :.-:. :.-::. _ SOUTH ATLANTIC STAT>1S?irginia 1, ,6g ,023 West Virginia llorth Carolina Mln-e1:_aBE_e.5. lo'i LJI5!9 1!±, 1. 3_!0 _OTg!T.!_C _3L06- _!,!8- l, 6 _1L616_ CENTRAL ST ATBS Ohio Illinois o Michigan SO Missouri O!_h_r_S!_a!_e!}!9 l51 2!±,6 toq. 7I 4_!2_ A Q_E!!_T 8,1 5!! 60- \6!± 52Q_1L2_!1_ mist STA'I'ES Inahn S 18 Colorado Washington Oregon California ToThjse?J !i: '!:O!!i:.::::s:;::::: =:::::: = =::: "!!:.:!:91::: I.fs :::6:,)ig:::::: sj7 ::: l "):;:ik7 YORK IMPERIAL NORTH ATLANTIC STATES llew England New York New Jersey Pen!!_sl!_a.;,_i 1L2- _ 4z _._02_6 865_.!_,.2.2.!:O!OT!! T!!A!T.!_C.!_,7Q. _ -9.!. _1.t.0!5.!_,Q.72.!i7Q..!_,J,Ji SOUTH ATLANTIC STATS 2, , ,071 1, I I [.25I.:::.:::E5i:::.16!!:::::::: :::: :[.7I ::;19:o::::::: :::675:::::: :::*::::::::: 12:::::::: :?:s ::::::: 1[:::::: Is! ::: _. 5..!81 4l _ -1-- _-:_- -:_- -:::.- -:.- -:.- :.-::. _ - l7i- - 6!± - -!:±,2.[ --!± l-- 2,3_ - --= - --=-- ::.-::.-- :.-:.-- :.-:.-- ::.-: l0,049 9, '), ' o ,552 1,208 1,398 1,312 1, Z ,658 3,171 1,912 2,881 1,702 2,834 1 :.::: :. =1Q.If :::1Ql:::!.! ro:-::: -{;:6i4::: +ff=::: I.ii =.6i = I.Di:::.i: 11,9 _19_,2_ _,Q5!f _11:_,2 19_,2_0 1,_2:;:42_4:._ 3.!?2.9_ 3.,J2.6!f,2_2Q. _!t.!4.! 2_,l5Q. _!E '2J2. _ OTHER WINTER VARIETIES TOTAL WINTER VARIETI3S , ,058 1, ," i luu. :::2:;\.6:::::: ::Jo::: :::1:;::6Q:s_:::- ::::c-2.:::.:::-1:;:1.::: g:,g_6 6,967 1,310 4,370 6,287 5,011 8,174 13,899 1,772 12, ,224 18,538 1,880 1,118 2,257 1,471 1,091 2,460 L,E.12. _ _6!± _..J... 2ll _ _ E. _ 2,,Q53. _ _ E.6.J9.4_ _ 3.5..S5.L _ Virginia 3,375 1,520 3,633 1,378 2,826 1, ,880 3,268 11,159 4,182 6,905 7,338 West Virginia 1, ,568 1,006 1, ,764 1,554 3,773 2,067 2,359 3,042 North Carolina , , , Mar1and-De1aware.?J g6i 296!51 6l.!.71 7.! 62.:.. _ 9.3 2,,,06_ g}9. 4[ ZJ. _ 1,135. _ 04':.OT[ l;:t!;aic:::::::::.!_7i::::.3;3!t ::::{6 :::::::.2:42 ::::.!_2 _2.t.S2:6::::!t i8q. 20 l 2.6I 5.!/;1_ !!.6 l,q3.5 _ l.95a _ll,!m. _1g_,193. _ CENTRAL STATES Ohio , ,575 2,126 1,414 4,111 Illinois ,082 1, ,076 1,364 1,189 1,927 2,136 1,348 2,573 Michigan 1, ,133 1, ,880 4, ,330 4,190 2,830 7,465 Missouri _Olhr_S!_a!_es_]J ';t ) )9_7 _)!±_2 l ,016 g_,q51 _.! J.6.2_...J... OlJ _ !±9 0 Q.E!!_T WESTmRl< STATES 1:_b --!52.- _19_5_- -!9'1--!.Sf""- _2i8_-, 21 -.!_,!,b ,Q lt.6_ 11.._63, l9,6 1Q.,a5.S. _ Vt53. _l.s,,9..1lt. Idaho ,053 1, ,433 1,109 1,360 Colorado SO , Washington ,977 25,177 30,486 31,404 23,750 30,182 Oregon ,986 2,528 2,811 2,728 2,584 2,815 California 983 1,374 1,071 1, ,228 3,625 5,813 3,977 5, 763 3, Other States y _16 _ lq _!8 I 7.!_ Bg 81,., _ !± ,6}!1,2!!.31 _ T'OT'AL' WEST- -- 1: :::: _ :::12. _- 1:_8!< I 7,5,:31 _,_gs9.<lb, _ g_.i32, _ 1:_,o6 _ _8 3,8.._812_ _...3!1&05. _U.?)J _3g_,Q.1,6 _41.2.2!± _ TOTAL if. s.-::: b,2:22. _.2_,!92. _b;_si7.2_,9_22 2_,!82. _ 4.._4!±,4 1.72: _!±,.!5! _ 1.!±6.2. _ l.?j.[ _ 2,.7.2. _s... 4g,J! _.52.._69,1_...9!±.5.2Q _89,,9,8[ _g,q5q!o!,g_s!± _!/-I_;;-clude;;- Indi;;:;,;:,-wisco;;-sin, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Kentuck,,, Tennessee and Arkansas.?) Includes Montana, Ne11 Mexico and Utah. e e

21 e e - W.CI!lilS: PRODUCTION, J'.ISPOSITION, SJIILSON AVE!ii..GB. PER :BUSB1lL TO GROWBBS AND V.ALUB, BY STATES, 1944 AND = :- ;,;- -= -h'oiu--: j)!jls!t!o!:- - --' -=- Value -=- ;u: -: - -:-; ; - -:-h'oiu--=!i!jls!t!oi:-- -- : -v&i.ue- i" : Pl"oduc- : : Uon : Farm : : : of : : Produc- : 0 tion : Farm : 1 1 of 1 Value State tion :utilised : having : bouse- : Sold : Price : produc- : of : tion :utilized : having : house- : Sold : Price : produc- : of : :!/ -=-l!b- _:D.old_u..el. : :_ l.i2.n :_ e _: :!/ :_VI!.ll\e :A,ol.ct_ua.el. :.l.. _tlou _ l. - ':" _ lhouaand bushels Dollar& 'l!bduaand- dollars 'l!bduaand bu.aha1a ThoUBalld.. buahsll :S.H Jfasa, R.I , , CoDJl, N.Y. 1, , ,365 2,60 3,770 3,549 1, , ,255 3,20 4,272 4,016 N.J. 1,740 1, , ,698 4,666 1, , ,257 2, ,457 Pa, 2, , , ,764 6,924 1,616 1, ,473 3,25 5,252 4,787 Ohio 1,424 1, ,160 2, 70 3,845 3, ,184 2,646 lnd, ,955 1, ,722 1,394 Ill. 1, , ,775 3,05 5,948 5,414 2, , , ,891 5,319 Mich. 4, , ,_160 2,40 10,368 9,984 5, , ,900 2,00 10,120 9,800 Mo , ,608 1,811 ran ,go Del Md, ,898 1, o50 1,372 1,278 Va. 2,480 2, ,940 2,45 6,076 4, b ,801 1,555 W.Va ,10 1,871 1,659 4! ,25 1,349 1,216 1 N.C. 2,698 2, ,098 2,50 6,745 5,245 2, , ,784 2,35 4,897 4,192 S.C. 2,838 2, , ,798 8,215 5,940 5, ,64o 2,65 15,741 14,946..., oa, 4,2oo -- 4,2oo 495 3, oo 16,8oo 14,820 7,160 7,160 6oo 6, ,122 19,352 1 Fla , , ,30 2, un ,90 1, ,482 1,482 o 1, ,816 1,961 Ala. 1,2oo 1, ,6oo 1,752 1,6oo -- 1,6oo 6oo 1,ooo ,280 2,050 Miaa ,60 2,332 1,310 1,053 1, ,60 2,738 1,763 Ark. ' 2, , , ,524 5,068 2,360 2, , ,428 4,324 La Okla oUO , !ezas 1,300-1, ,00 3,900 2,829 2,026-2, ,606 2,25 4,558 3,614 Idaho , Colo. 2,112 2, ,091 2,65 5,597 5,541 2,372 2, , ,456 5,407 N.Mex Utah ,15 1,828 1, o ,55 1,178 1,136 Wash. 2, , ,352 1,75 4,284 4,116 2,380 2, ,280 1,95 4,641 4,446 Oreg o 2,60 1,898 1, ,1!!0 1,574 1,352 Calif.,All ,125 31, ,783 g/ ,570 56,311 30,836 1,083 29, ,615 i/ ,847 51,588 Clingstone 20,502 2,083 18, ,365 l-51 27,813 27,731 19,418 1,083 18, ,281 1,52 27,869 27,787 Jrseatonee 13, , , ,757 28,580 11,418 11, ,334 2,10 23,978 23,801 u.s. 78,086 2,446 75,640 6,530 69,110 J/ , ,136 79,231 1,213 78,018 6,253 71,765 lf2,21 174, , !1 Sse page 45 for separate set1utee of quant1t1ea not harnated on account of econoaic ccllllitiona and/or ezceaa cullage of hannted fruit, gf Clingstones and rreeatones weighted b7 quantities aold. Jl State prices weighted b7 quantities aold, State price weighted b7 product1on having Yalue.

22 PBACBBlSI PRODUC!l'ION, FABM DISPOSI!l'ION, SZASON.AVlilRAGE PJUCE PER BUSHEL!1'0 GROWERS.Al:Il VALUE, BY S!l'A!l'ES, 1946.AND :--,h:umu"-:v&l--,-,-=hnc::imdi"'-:v-:. s ate : Procluc- 1 Hot 1 Uon 1l'm- 1- I : of 1 Value : Produc-: Bot 1 Uon : J'ai=in- :- T 1 of I of : Uon :1lt1lhec1 1 having : houee- : Solcl : Price 1 produc- 1 of : Uon :utilized: having 1 house- : Sold : Price l Produc- : lea! _..!.- ]:/_-..!..:rv_:_pc!j.1uii..l-- _..!..! _\!qp._..! _s:.!..! _ ]:/ :_..!IU-V_..!Il.9U..!1-u:_- _-..! -L.lj,gll.-L _:a_-!l'houaand bushele!l'houeand dollus N.H Mass R.I Conn N.Y. 1, , , ,356 3,177 N.J. 1,776 1, , ,085 4,046 Pa. 2,226 2, , ,899 5,380 Ohio ,320 IDd ,427 1,130 Ill. 1,622 1, , ,217 3,762 Mich. 5,100 5, , ,200 9,880 Mo ,431 1,688 ltane Del Md. Va , , , ,921 5,805 1,802 4,792 W.Va. ll.c , , (> 503 2, ,323 6,633 1,182 5,506 S.C. 5,265 5, , ,162 12,532 Ga , , J'1a , !enn , Ala ,385 1, ,306 1,370 Ark. 2,211 2, , ,209 La Okla , !l'ezaa 1,392 1, ,132 2,232 Idaho Colo. 1,985 1, , ,367 4,314 N.Mex o JO Utah Wash , , , ,396 4,924 1,334 4, 710 Oreg ,892 1,664 Calif., Al.l 37, , ,657!/ ,823 62,576 Clingstones 23, , , ,101 35,018 J'reeatones 14,001 14, , ! 27,722 27,558 ii.s.-- s2s5" s247s- -5, ij2-:os -173,813" "3-!2!!1!l'houaand buehe1e!rhouaand bubhe , ,368 9! ,2! , ,566 1,5!4 1,5!4 17 1, ,772 2,742 1,920 1, , ,608 4,128 1,044 1, ,401 2, ,522 1,260 2, , , ,586 4,133 4, , ,146 2,093 6,872 1, los , ,463 2! , ,S53 S13 2, S ,570 2, , ,726 3, , ,973 4, ,739 4, ,205 7,619 7,Sl S S ,28S 1,8SS 776 1, S S ,342 1,944 1,418 1,174 1, , , S5 4,0) oF , l,os6 1S , l,s s ,106 2, , S l.so 1,40S 1,352 2,565 2, , ,360 4, so ,624 1, , g/ ,7Sl 40,606 21, , , ,699 _1.!:_, _2!.5 _.!:_1.:_316 - _1.!:.!9I 1.:.J! _01 76,427 1,351 75, / , ,031 H2.11! !1 See pase 45 for separate eatimatea of quantities not baryeated on account of economic conditione and/or ezceaa cu11age of harvested fruit. gj Cliugatones and Freestones weighted U,quantities sold. l/ State prices weighted quantities sold.!/ State prices weighted by production haying.alu.. - e - e

23 - e t-' '-!) PEACHES: PRODUCTION, F.ARM DISPOSITION, SEASON AVERAGE. PER BUSHEL TO GROWERS AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1948 AND 1949 e = :- ;o;- -= -Produc--=.) i!i>s.!\fo:- -=- va.lue -=- ;u -=- -=- ;o;- -= -Pr'od"uc--==r isitio:-: -value-: -V;le- : Produc- =utilized : tion : Farm : : Price : of : of : Produc- :utilized : tion : Farm : : Price : of : of State : tion :!/ : having : house- : Sold : : produc- : sales : tion :!/ : having : house- : Sold : : produc- : eales : : :_vl!!:f' :!!o:!:_d_u!,e.! : :_!_i _n : : : :_l!!:f' :!!o:!:_d_u!,e.! :,; t!o _.: _ Thousand bushels Thousand dollars Thousand bushels Dollars Thousand dollars N.H , Mass R.I Conn N.Y. 1,114 1, , ,785 2,572 1, , t, ,013 1,886 N.J. 1,128 1, , ,046 3,005 1,848 1, , ,234 3,199 Pa. 2,182 2, , ,019 4,540 2,451 2, ,243 1,60 3,922 3,589 Ohio ,882 1,492 1,095 1, ,00 2,190 1,806 Ind ,342 1, ,286 1,036 Ill. 1,652 1, ,472 2,50 4,130 3,680 2, , , ,229 2,823 Mich. 3,250 3, , ,175 5,901 3, , ,394 1,20 4,236 4,073 Mo , Kans , Del Md , Va. 1,059 1, ,177 2,862 1,494 1, , ,764 2,498 W.Va , , N.C. 1,355 1, , ,591 2, , 70 2,349 1,944 s:c. 2,472 2, , ,663 7,167 1,844 1, , ,172 Ga. 2,318 2, , ,186 6,349 1,674 1, , ,938 4,570 Fla , Ky Tenn Ala ,822 1, , Miss oo ,769 1, Ark. 2,108 2, , ,427 3,692 2,010 2, , ,120 3,546 La , Okla Texas ,65 1,860 1,132 1,440 1, ,880 1,984 Idaho , Colo. 1, , ,364 3,314 2, , , ,245 3,198 N.Mex , , Utah ,228 1,167 6oo 6oo q Wash. 1,958 1, , ,759 3,606 2, , , ,602 1,539 Oreg ,382 1, , Calif.,All 30, , , ,370 47,147 35,211 4,042 31, , ,573 34,407 Clingstones 20,835 20, , ,878 31,795 24,085 4,042 20, , ,442 19,389 Freestones 9, , , ,492 15,352 11,126 11, , ,131 15, u.s. 60, ,476. 4,176 56,300 2/ , ,914 69,172 5,706 63,466 4,018 59,448 J/ ,268 85,416 'i/2. 01 'i/ J See page 45 for separate estimates of quantities not harvested on account of. economic conditions and/or excess cullage of harvested fruit. Clingstones and Freestones weighted by quantities sold. J/ State prices weighted by quantities sold, State prices weighted by production having value,

24 PEACHES: PRODOOTION AND ILIZATIOJI, 'i- -.;;d:c1:nif:;:xi ii:ipr:a:i:t:i:oii :i::::: :iltil.iz:;:\ioi if:s =:::: : - -;r:dinip&xi Jt:i!liaitioi I::: :tr'ititieiiin:o:f 'ii 'i::::: = Season:Product1on: hating : F11rm : : Fresh : fr. C.!B.J.e.ll Production: b8ti : F.. rm 1 : J'reeh : PJ:o-'e.l.!d : 11 : v.uue lj : house- : Sold : Ill : c,.nned :Dried :Frozen 1 Other JJ :vlll.ue JJ : house- 1 Sold : : Canned 1Drted 1J'ronn 1 Othr,; :.Lh.il.ll.DB.!:..;.L :.l..1. _ 2,/_ '-.i. :.l!old...u.l : I.l :_ - - _:_ I \l 78,086 79,2:31 82,854 76,427 60,614 69,172 14,587 16,934 17, ,493 8,J8l ,637 10,'\ ,75' ,640 78,018 82,4?.8 75,076 60,476 63,466 14,587 16,9:34 17,417 14,699 8, ThoUiand buthele Thoueand bushela mm TAT!!lS TQTAL l!qrth ATLAJITIC STAT!:S J/ 6,5:30 69,11o 42,074 1B,29a 7,298 1, _1 6,1161 :396 s,66s s.ss2 1rio 6,25:3 71,765 4:3,480 19,:370 6,267 2, ,:397 4,: ,150 :3,908 1:30 5,709 76,769 42,68:3 25,558 6,ao6 1, ,928 s,a44 :317 5,527 5,:389 1:38 s.sss 69,521 : ,165 4, , : ,812 4, ,176 56,:300 29,937 2:3,706 2, :39 4,646 4, ,317 4,2: ,018 59,448 32,157 22,7:37 :3, ,972 5,886 :3:35 5,551 5,442 :34 TOT6L SOpTH A :t:lantiq S!l'A'l!ES J!/ TOTAL l!qrtr CENTJW, STATES j} 2,021 12,566 12, :3 10 8,902 8, , :3 :300 1,415 15,519 14,151 1, S 9,909 9, ,882 8, ,874 15,543 14,2:35 ass a,a67 a,b67 B75 7,992 7,4:31 so1 1,6o :3,092 7,43:3 11,797 7,273 1, o :346 6,8:34 9,209 6,8: , :36 7,704 5, ,: ,986 8,186 1,049 7,1:37 6,727 :372 TOTAL sop CmJTRAL Sru'ES TQT6L WESTERl'f STATES 21 2,841 4,796 4,7:31 6S 40,869 :38,6:3:3 4:33 38,2oo 12,127 17,561 3, , :34 40 :37,611 :36,4: ,017 10,246 17,498 2,216 4,84:3 4, h3,583 4:3, ,864 10,867 2:3,997 2,215 4,5:36 4, :39,629 39, :38,866 10,209 2:3, ,380 7,059 6, ,598 1,58: : : l ,685 :35,44:3 :36,865 40: ,040 :36,4; :3,:321 9,821 22,257 " PEACHEI!:- CALIFORNIA: PROD'OOTION AliD ljtilization, :BY VARIETIES, lq Thouas tona!l'houbiin!l ton!!ij.l:lm Qlll V,WlilJillil lblilestone VARIETIE : :3-S :325.0 : : ' : : o : , : a.o :36.0 :3: :34.0 1: : , : soo.o soo.o : : , loll. YAiil:iUili : : : : : ,0 :3 : : : : : : :3 :3 71' : : : :3 9 9: "if- Dtff';r';ne-; betw';e'ii: pr;dtin-a;cp;"od'u";;tio'ii: ha;i;g-v;l;e-c;n-;t";t-of f t 'ii:ot 'ha;"v-;oted ;n-ac;,;;_t-of ";c;n;m'ic-c;nditi;n-; ;nd.((,r -;xe-;s-le-of 'ha;'v-;'sted f t.- U Used for jams, preserves, brandy, etc. J/ New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersq and Pennsylvania. W Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Cerolina, Georgia end Florida. jf Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Missouri and Xe.nsas. fl Kentucky, enneseee, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisia%18., Oklahoma and Texas. 21 Idaho, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Washi:ngton, Oregon and California.?.?98 6,267 6,806 4,642 2,208 3,888 1: : o 35 :n 1,028 1,912 1,18: :

25 - PEARS: 1-' "' PRODUCTION, F.AID.. POSITION, SlllaSON AVERAGE P.. ER BUSHEL TO GRO! AND VALUE, BY SUTES, 1944 AND : :- ; ; - -: 0 -Piod"uc--::)r t :s!\!:o:!!:: :- Value -:- ;u -: :- ; 0 ; - -:-Produc--::::r!: i > :sitio:!!:: S Produc- : tili d tion Farm Pri of f Produc- : tilt d tion Farm Pri tate : tion :u 1,ze : having : house- : Sold : ce : produc- : les : tion :u 1,ze : having : house- : Sold : ce : :!! :_v!l- _:o!_d_u!!,e.! : :_!_i2_n : : : :!! :_V!.le- _:o!_d_u!!.el : e -value- : - veof : of produc- : sales _t!_o!!. _.!.- Thousand bushels Dollars Thousand dollars Thousand bushels Dollars Thousand dollars Mass,,j Conn, V N.Y.vf 1, , , ,787 2, Pa. 1/ j Ohio I J4o , Ind. I , Ill., , Mich ,70 1,595 1, Mo o Kans , ' va. 4o , W.Va. N.C , S.C. Ga Fla , ' b Tenn , Ala Mise, , Ark La Okla , , Texas Idaho Colo Utah , Wash., All 8, , ,078 g/2,15 17,998 17,356 7, , ,066 g/ ,752 16,083 Bartlett 6, , , ,338 11,893 5, , ,162 l,g8 10,152 9,705 Other 1,780 1, ,718 3,18 5,660 5,463 1,970 1,g7o 66 1, ,600 6,378 Oreg.,All Bartlett 4,398 1,794 4,398 1, ,218 1,654 g/3.18 2,75 13,918 4,934 13,394-4,548 5,372 2, ,332 2, ,l48 g/3.19 2, ,951 6,055 16,417 5,661 Other 2,604 2, , ,984 8,84b 3,122 3, , ,896 10,756 Calif.,Al1 10, , ,238 gjjj ,498 21, , , ,822g(jJ ,575 26,472 - Bartlett 9, , ,996 l/ ,898 18,802 12, , ,913 l/ ,722 22,635 Other 1,250 1, ,242 j/2.08 2,600 2,583 1,917 1, ,909 j/2.01 3,853 3,837 u.s. 31, ,615 2,739 27, ,619 61,745 32, ,748 2,473 29, ,003 64,620 5}2.18 5)2.17!J See page 45 for separate estimates of quantities not harvested on account of economic conditions and/or excess cullage of harvested fruit. gj Bartlett and other weighted by quantities sold. 2( uivalent returns per bushel for bulk fruit at first delivery point, State prices weighted by quantities sold. 2/ State prices weighted by production having value,

26 PllARS: PRODUCTION, F.IIRM DISPOSITION, SEiiliON AVERaGE PRICE PER BUSHEL TO GROWERS AND VALUE, _BY STATES, 1946 AND 1947 N N 194b --- -:::rs 1,_2:si\!oi:- : Produc- : Farm : : State : tion!} : house- : Sold : Price _ : :o!_d_u.!!_e_: ; _ Mass, Conn. N.Y. Pa. Ohio Ind. Ill, Mich. Mo. Kans. Va, W.Va. N.C. s.c. (}a, Fla. Ky. Tenn. Ala. Miss. Arl<. La, Okla. Texas Idaho Colo, Utah Wash 1, All Bartlett Other Oreg., All Bartlett Other Calif All Bartlett Other ll b ,890 6,750 2,140 G,120 2,335 3,785 12,917 ll,lg7 1,750 Thousand bushels 11 9 bo ll g Go g Dollars 2G 3 G b4b l.g5 32 2, l.b <'' ,! > ,592 3/2.33 6, , ,935 2,190 3/ , ,863 3/4/ ,121 4/2.31 1,742 1J/2.2G - Value : V 1 : : B : Produc- : Farm di_!posit'ion : : Value : Vi 1 of : a ue : Produc- : ot : tion : - Farm- : : : of : a ue produc- : of : tion : utilized : having : house- : Sold : Price : produc- : of tion : sales : : gj : value : hold use : : : tion : sals- _ -r Thousand dollars Thousand bushels Thousand dollars ,550 b , ,729 13,838 G,891 20,951 6,795 14,156 29,7!:11 25,796 3, , lob 49 19b 1, b , gg ,048-13,350 6,G98 20,379 G,373 14,ooG 29,G27 25,690 3,937 l:21i " bob , , , , G2 2.3.[_ ,284 1, G gg ll4 b g 2, / lo :? I , , G -- 2G !: Go 101 1, G ,1> g 224 2, , , ,736 3/ ,709 16,10l- G,l5G 185 5, , ,345 10,893 2,149 s6 2,063 6o - 2,003 2.bo 5,364 5,2os 5,724 5, ,544 J/ ,394 13,910-1,975 1,975 14o 1, ,471 5, , , ,923 8,827 14, ,37G 54 14,322 J/4/ ,427 25,332-12,334 12, ,288 4/1.80_ 22,201 22,ll8 2, ,042 g 2,034!/1.')8 3,226 3, u.s. 33,438 2,G88 30,750 2f2.W, 81,878 76,637 34, ,530 31,207 2/1.98 6G,320 61,849 /2.1>5 /1.97!} Production all of value. gj See page 45 for separate estimates of quantitiea not harvested on account of economic conditions and/or excess cullage of harvested fruit, j/ Bartlett and other weighted by quantities sold. Equivalent returns per bushel for bulk fruit at first delivery point, 2/ State prices weighted by quantities sold, j State prices weighted by production having value, - - e

27 - PE.ARSI PRODUCTION, F'DISPOSITION, SEASOII AVERAGE.Jl PER BBEL TO IWERS AND VALl;IE, BY STATF.S, 191.!8 AND 1949 e --,- 1 : : :_Ff.rJ!l.i. PQe,1t!O.!Ll : Velue : : : Not :Production: Farm : : 1 of : Value st,.te Production :utilized: having : house-: so'ld : Price :produc-: of : : U : value : hold : 1 : tion : sales : :.l :_ujlle : : 1..L ----l9m- ; : : I _l!'j!.l]ll JiiSPSitiOJll : Value : // : Not :Production: l!'e,rm : : 1 of : Value Produat"ion ilized: having : house-: Sold : Price :produc-: of : l./ : value : hold : : 1 tion : sales.i. _:_-..i. J.!.ll.!- J.- _: :_-- _:_-- Thouend bushe1 s.!lelj..ru:.a Tbousend doll,.rs Thousand buahela Thousand dollars Mass ' Conn. ) li.y ! , Pa Ohio o Ind ) Ill )_ , Mich """".588 1, , ,206 1,062 Mo llo Kans , Va l W.Va N.C , S.C ' , Cl Ga. 2ti0 21l nji, ) Ky 'i5 JO 1, JO Tenn ' Ab-o ,, ,6, Miss Ark , La ll Okla Texas ll Idaho o 6o Colo l. 70 J Utah , ' Wash., All.5, , , / ,740 14,067-6, , ,732 2./ ,630 7,328- Bartlett 3,780 3, , ,622 10,088 4, , , ,7.58 3,.588 Other 1,77.5 1, , ,118 3,979 1, , , ,872 3,740 Oreg., All 4, , ,600 z./ <',837 12,409-6, , ,.533 Y , ,1.55- Bertlett 1, , , ,884 4,.551 2, , , ,810 3,.5?7 Other 2, , , ,9.53 7,8,58 3,1.! , , ,68,5 8,.57 Calif., All 10,668 10, ,614 Y:!J 2.76 <'';1,7 29, ,33.5 1, , ,ll4?J3/.76 11,473 11,432 Bartlett 9,418 9, ,3?2 J/ ,747 26,616 14, , ),414 1/.78 10,499 10,463 _Oih,!r,l,l,5.Q.:-.:,l,,Z.5.Q 8 1.._2lt2 Jj_.,l6_ -7.QO,Z,8J -O.QO -2-,l,20Jl 8 l.._7.qo :1/_..: _ u. s. 24, ,899 2, ,742 1r/ , ,029 34,068 2,425 31,643 2,092 29,.551!:Jj , 'i{"s;e-p;g-; 4,5-for-sep;r;te esti;;;,t"e-; ;;[au,.;:titie; 'i;ot haesten"';:oui:t-of economic-ndttion; -;;ndi;;r-e;c;s; ;ull;;:ge ;;-f-h;;;e-;;ted-ft:-- l/ Bartlett and other weighted by quantities sold. J./ Equivalent returns per bushel for bulk fruit et first delivery point. 1r/ State prices weighted by quantities sold. 5./ St,te prices weighted by production havinc; value. I" 5./_l..,?J.-

28 PEARS: PROUOTION AND tilization, 1944-! : ;;;: ; - - Uii:Zein-of :,.;:e: Produc- :Production: _ Jli.m>.2B1t1o.n 1 SeA.son : tion : ha.ving : FPrm : : Fresh : P.rosesd, _ : J./ vlue l/ :household: Sold : 2e.1es 2./ :c.,nned :Dried :Other _; :.l. _u..!!e.l...1.l :.!. Jj "' i $ 31,(171 )2, ,438 34,052 24,984 34,068 1,6.52 1,0(18 1,20.5 9li.J , , ,198 28,920 21, , !u , , , , ,6o0 173, JNl 190, , , ,.500 :I 685, ,500 JO, ,748 33,li.J ,899 31,643 1,6.52 1,Cin8 1,205 9' ,444 27,142 28,198 28,649 21, ThousAnd bushels UNITED STATES 2,739 27,876 16,899 9,846 2,473 2,688 29, , ,163 17,982 9, , :30 31,207 16,8li.4 13,.503 2, ,742 1(1,728 11,.544 2, ,200 12,.53li. TOTAL SOUTH ATLANTIC STATES 5./ so ? TOTAL WESTERN STATES 1./ ,881 12, ,571 15, , , ,081 20,849 14,040 9, ,812 13,906 9, ,116 13,196 11,374 12, ,239 1,( ,239 1, F rm : UtilizPtion of se1es Produc- : Production : di J20..i,!i.Q.n : tion : htvir.g : FPrm : : Fresh : fr,.cs.!le.d _ J./ : v-lu J./ :household: Sold : lee 2.1 : CAnr>od : Dried : Other :..1. _te- _ l..1. l. : - - _:_ - J/ _ 1,824 lf3c 934 1, ' ,168 3,101 3,187 2,302 3,14.5 1, ,168 3, ,282 ) Thou nd bn"hel e TOTAI, NORTH '.:!'LA "TIQ_.T1!B.!:±/ 290 1,50(1 1,li.n TOTAL CBNTBAL STATES./ 1,14 1,34.5 1,239 1,2.57 1,077 1,1.50 2, '9.5 1,1'123 1,862 1,900 1,2!'5 1, , <14 1, 762 1,594 1,680 1,062 1,430 PEARS WASHINGTON, OREGON AND CALIFORNIA, BY VARIETIES, !!J1 Tons Tons Tons!.!u!1 12!!J1 l'.2zl. hn l!mj! 12ll& 12.IlJl. Tons TOTAL WASmNQTO!l, OP,FGON, AND CALIFORNIA, BY VAPIETIES \!ASH!11GTON, BY VARIETIES 426,800 li.77, , , ,40(1 490, ,6(10 17' ,125 1?,4, <o?l i6:t 566,400 c5o,.s5o 685, , ,875 6_56, ,550 10, , ,5.50 8, , 00 BARTLETTS 416, , ,6oo 226,ooo 484, , , , ,425 94, , ,150 OTHER THAN BAF'J'[.JlTTS 2, 750 \136, ,875 2, , ,500 2, , ,400 2,700 1*, ,42.5 2,5.5 1, ,4C0 2,7bC 1 3, ,22.5 1J,30C'I 13, ,2;'0 11,550 12,)0(\ ALL VARIETIES 5.53, ,025 c 6 37, o.so ,.soo '?1, , !' 33J,b , , ' , , , , ,6oo 14,350 19, , : , 4:50 2J0,6oO 231, , , , , ,500 26, ,500 12,67.5.5,300 12,200 1, t:8 22,200 :i 14,5.50.5,300 12,200 1,::'\.50 2,225 3,900 3,li lf,lf.50 3,925 4,200 :Hg 2, ,275 6,425 7,0.50 6,075 6,100 7, , , , , , , ,2.50 fi,.soo, oj ,62.5 g 207: , , , , , , , , , ,2.50 s;:.soo 4: li.4,ooo 209,il , , , , ,.5.50 BARTLF.TTS ,(100 71,000.5, ,050.54, ,8('(\ 70,:? (\ 14J,J2.5 44,7.50 4,750 89, ,32.5 4, ,8(10 27,700 OTUEB TgAr BARTI,ETTs 1,5.50 u2,9.50 4l,OOO 1, ?,6oo 45,CIOO ,roo 48,825 1:sno,o,r75 47,675 1,30(1 u2,87.5 LO,li.7.5 1, ,_500 41,000 7,500 7,600 7,4.50 7,450 6,2.50 6,2.50 ALL VARlllTIE. 201, ,00(1 176,6so 99, ,8?\o 119,!' ,400 92,42.5 1)2,625 69, ,JOO 68, Ton. 85,550 oq,oon 88, ,075 57,850 69, ,200 1, ,250 88, , , ,650 12ni 1,500 ' , ,7no 1,87.5 2,875 1,87.5 1,200 5,650 4,87.5 2, Tons 9SO l,boo 2,400 2,925 2,57.5 3, g ,20() 2,07.5 2,7M 3,4.50 2, ,950 See page?5 for footnotes, - e e

29 - P F-;rm-7- tlz:to: :rae: Fa;,Uii:Ai:n-o70:1:.- WASHITON, OREGON.AND C.RNIA, BY VARIETI, , CONTINUED - : Produc- :Production: _ Jli.IP.ll.s1t1oJio : : Produc- : Production : i.m>jl.sitlojl : Season : tion : having : Farm : : Fresh ': ;i!r.li.c.!&.iiia : tion : having : FAm : : Fresh : l:r.ll.cs.1e.d : JJ : value l./ :household: Sold : sales =ca.nned 1 Dried :Other : JJ : value l./ : household : Sold : sales : Cvnned : Dried : Other l. : l. _1J&e l. l. : : l. J./ : : L -"- : :.l l. ; l.- 3./_ --.f2.w1 19.U l2u l2.la 12llJ 12.n.a l5ua.12.n.a 1ru!.L 1Jlla :!2!!a Tons Tons Tons Tone 1!!.Ja CALDORNIA, BY VARIETIES Ba;(!:wJT:l::i ORWON. BY VA.RIET!ES BARTLETTS , ,000 1, ,900 81, ,200 19,000 44,850 44,850 3,5<""' 4l,J50 25,450 15, , ,000 1, , , ,900 22, ,250 55,250 3,600 51,650 34,225 17, , ,000 1, , , , 8Nl 18,500 6oo 58,375 58,375 3,625 54,750,2,850 21,0( tl , ,000 1, , , ,400 12,100 49,375 49,375 3,5no 45,875 22,075 2'3,30(' , ,000 1, ,900 42, , ,525 45,900 3,125 42,775 22,100 20, , ,000 1, , , ,700 12, ,450 61, ,450 27, O:riD;R :lliaji BAJ.!!!,ETT QHmB :l:u! E:i ,000 30, ,800 15,50(1 14,300 65,100 65,100 1,000 64,10('1 60, , ,000 46, , ,900 19,000 1,601) ,050 78,050 1,000 77,050 73, , ,000 42, ,800 21,900 18,100 1,800 94,625 94,625 1, , , ,000 49, ,800 27,200 21, , ,5_<(.'1 50 2,125 I.J\ "' ,000 30, ,800 10,100 19,700 74,100 73, ,225 69, , ,000 41, ,800 16,600 24, ,125 81,625 1,000 80,625 77,625 J,OOO } &l.li YAI!Ultnliii ,700 14, ,600 2,500 12, , ,950 4, ,450 85,825 15, ,000 22, ,900 4,300 17, , ,300 4,6oo 128, ,825 17,025 ), ,000 17, ,900 2,200 14,400 )00 153, ,000 4, , ,525 21, ,100 22, ,000 6,100 15, , ,100 4, , ,625 2),350 2, ,400 12, , , , ,000 4,000 ll5,c'ioo 91, ) 2,4?5 191.!9 22,500 17, , , , , , ,<'75 27, ,&liZ, VA.J!IETIE!ij , ,000 1, ,700 97, ,500 19, , ,000 1, , , ,900 24,JOO )10, ,000 1, , , ,900 20, , ,000 1, , , ,000 12, , ,000 1, ,700 53, , ,000 1, , , 60( ,200 J.F mrr-;r-;n;e-;; 'bet;.,; pr;detin-,.;;-d-p;o'du;tio; he."rt;;-e-v;l e-c;n"it"it-of "ft ;ot 'h.. ste'd ;n-.. c;,;;;t-o'f c;mic-e;n'dttt;n-; -:.n'd/;r-e;_c-;s; -;;u11;;g ;r-h;;;e-;;t-;d-r;u! t-:- Z./ For some States includes small quen ti ties CRnned or otholrvise processed. 3/ Mostly crushed for opirits. Messechusetts, Connecticut, New York and PennsylTenia.S./ Virginia, West VirginiA., North CarolinA, South Carolina, Georgia end Florida../ Ohio, Indiena, Illinois, Michigan, Missouri, KAnsas, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alebn, MisissipPi, ArkAnr.Ao, Louisiana, OklahomA. Pnd Texas. :Z/ Ideho, Oolorade, Utah, Washington, Oregon and Celifornia. } Included in other than BRrtletts and all varieties totals,

30 -: GRAPES: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, SEASON AV':P.AGE PRICE FER TON TO GROli'EPS, AND VALUE, BY STAT!l:S, 1944 AND 1945 "' a ,-;-- - -::::F:;;:,; i:id>:;is1tioil :::4!:! - Ru: -- -It,-- - "i j";li:o:i1:ii: n::: v:l:e- -,- - - I _ : FArm : : : of : Vlue 1 Not : Production : F?rm 1 : I of I Value St. te : Production : house- : Sold : Price : produc- : of Production :utilized: having : houee- : Sold :?rice : produc- I of : 1/ : hold : : : tion : e.lee 1 ZJ : Tal-ue : hold : : : tion : sales : :_UJ!e J..,l J..!, : - _...i. _B,B,! :,l..!. _ N.Y. N.J Fa. Ohio Ind. Ill. Mich. Iowa Mo. KAns. Va. w. Va. N.C. s.c. Ga. Ark. Ariz. Wash. Oreg. Qqlif All Wine Table Raisin Dried } Not dried 12n.u Tone.ll!lJ.l.J.l.u Thous.!ld dollars 12.Ja Tone Thouaand dollers 51,600. 2,5{ B,6oo 2,500 3,100 32,000 3,100 4,200 2,100 2,600 2,100 5,600 1,100 2,200 10,600 1, , 700 2,514,00(1 563, ,000 1, 43B,ooo 309, ,000 1, ,600 3,000 1,210 1,920 1,Boo 1,200 2,250 BBO l,boo 1,360 3,600 6oo 1,100 1,500 no 630 6oo 2,700 1,400 6oo ,960 2,2BO 16,900 15,600 1,290 l,lbo 30,200 1,906 1,950 1,220 Bon 740 2,noo 500 1,100 9,100 1,490 14, _,100 2, , ,400 1, ,00 B , , J./1±/ J./ J./ J./5./ 52o30 J./ J./ ,057 4, ,950 1,690 1,581 1, ,16B 2, B74 \ _ B J 26B 936 ' B ' , ,Bl6 62,493 62,33B 56,430 56,364 75,160 75,114 61,900 61,900 13,260 13,214 31,300 Boo 6,000 4,900 1,300 2,700 13,500 2,Boo 1.(,(\00 2, JOO 2,700 1,200 2,)00 5,200 1, ,6oo 2,663, , ,000 1,5')2,00(1 241, ,000 \ 12,000 12,000 12,000 31,300 8on 6,000 4,900 1,300 2, (10 2,8oo 4,000 2,31'! ,700 1,200 2,300 5,200 1,000 19,500 1,600 2,651, , ,000 1,520,00(1 241, ,000 1, ,000 1, ,860 1,120 1,200 2, ,6on 6on 1,100 75fT ,700 1,400 6oo ,68n ,00() , () llo.o(l 12, on 1, , (l 1, on , no 6on 165.nn 1, , , ?.00 2,648,300 J./ , 6nn J.! ,400 J.! 58.on 1,519.30(\ J./5./ ,000 J./20J.OO J.! ; ;695-;8oo--ji, '?20-2, 665,o8o--j]?8:2o ;-783-2o8,i$6 t2-; 766-;?SO- -1'2,ono ,75'0-21:1oo- 2,73'3,65'0- ].(58.6n ; o,o?l /.18_.6.(!!J./ _j!;l.qo _ 4, , , ,876 38, ,616 48,923 32,693 4, , , ,712 38,476 29,661 81,575 48,923 32,652 "' l./ Production all of vl ue. / See pae 45 for separate estimtee of quantities not harvested on account of economic conditions And/or excess cullage of harvested fruit. 3/ Equivalent returns per ton for bulk fruit at first delivery point. J:J:/ Wine, Table and RAisin weighted by auantities sold.5./ Fresh equivalent of dried And not dried weighted by quantities sold. / Dried bpsis 1 ton of raisins equivalent to about 4 tons of fresh grapes. 1/ St,te nrices >reighted by quanti ties sold. fl./ State prices >reighted by production having value

31 --3 "' I - e - - GRAPES: PRODUCTION, FABM msposition, SEPSON AVERAGE PRICE PER TON TO G:BOI1'ERS AI"D VAL1JE, lly STAT'.:S, 1046,A}ID _ _Fz.tm.4i.!P,2S).tJ.OJI _ : : : :_ l_dioai!in : : : Farm : Velue : : : of VP.lue v.. lue Production : FArm : : : : vlue st.. te : Pr't!ction : house- 1 Sold : Price : pro due- : of l.! : house- : Price of Sold : : : of : : hold I : : sales : J.. '1.\l,e.i....L t_:o : hold : prod1lc- : :_ sales..;,. : : t,:o..;,. 12u I!!!a I!!!a ll.2lij!j:! Th2:QIB!l d2llars li'.y 64,,500 1,620 62,BBO CI,,514 10,249 Ji,J, 1, ,600 ll B2 Pa. lb,,soo 2,000 16,,500 l,sb.oo 2,923 2,607 Ohio ll,ooo 2,000 9,000 1, ,6,50 1,3.50 Ind. 1,600 1, , so Ill, 2,100 1, , Mich. 29,BOO 1,100 2B, ,0B Iowa 2,400 1,2BO 1,120 9,5,00 22B 106 Mo. 3,400 1,.5.50 l,b,so B4,no 2B Xans. 1,400 Boo 6oo Va. 1,800 1,260,5lj(J w. Va. 1,,500 1, , B.c. 4,000 2,,500 1, Boo 300 s.c. 1, oo 200, Ga. 2,100 1, Ark. 10,300 Boo 9,,500 12, ,288 ' 1,1BB 179 Ariv.. 1,000 llo 890 3B WPsh, 19,400 6BO 1B,720 B4.70 1,643 1,,5B6 OrPg, 1,,500 6,50 B.SO c.. uf., All 2,9,5B,ooo 2,700 2, ,50 267, 7B9 267,524 Wine 684,000 1, , ,136 70,990 Table 630,000 6oo 629,400 zj 98,50 62, ,996 Raisin 1,644, ,643,300 aw B , ,.53B Dried jf 193, ,000 i./ ,216 60,216 Jl'ot dried B72, ,300 il B.S-30 74,382 74,322 ;; oo --24.s1o ,79o--ii 93:2o--2'93:6oo- --29'0,'23'0- _._._-- - _:JJ..23&6.Q- l/ Production ell of value. l/ Equivaleat returns per ton for bulk fruit at first deliver,v point. / Wine, Table, end Raisin weighted by quantities sold.!1:/ Fresh equivalent of dried and not dried weighted by qu..ntities sold.!i,/ Dried bash: 1 ton of raisins equivp.lent to 4 tone of fr sh grapes. S./ Stete prices weighted by quantities sold. 1/ State prices weighted by production having value, "!I!J!A 12n!..l2!!.ll.ru:i Thou ang gller,56,100 1,.530,54, ,947.5,784 1, , ,Boo 1,600 1,5,2('0 llo.oo l,b48 1,672 12,000 2,200 9,Bon 100,(\0 1, l,boo 1,200 6oo 7,5.00 1;>5 45 2,700 1,600 1, (\ 2, ,100 1,100 40,C'OO BB.oo 3,617 3,520 2,300 1, ,5.0(1 21B 89 4,200 1,900 2,30( ,40(1 BOO 600 BB.oo ,300 BBO oo , ,700 2,400 1, ,300 6oo , ,200 1,2, BO.OO ll,200 Boo 10,400 B ,100 1(10 1,000 2lJ2, , , ,442 1,39.5 1,400 6, ll2 60 2,836,000 2,700 2,B zj J6.oo 102, , ,000 1, ,6on zj ,26B 17, , ,400 gj 4, ,272 28,24.5 1,699, ,698,300 Zl!i:l :n.;o,56,,542,56,,51b 306, ,000 zj 1J2,C'O 40,392 40,J92 47,5, ,300 y , ,126 - 'j,n2o,ooo-- '2;-;9ao2:996-;C12o- -ii-3'9.3o-- -12o:io2- -1i7,77? :JJ._-

32 "' co I GRAPES! PRODU::TION, FARM DISPOSITION, SEASON A'IERAGE PRICE PER TON ID GROWERSAND VALUE, BY STAT1!1S, 1948 AND : I : lpj:m_<ij_sl).oj!111.2l\...; ; : : Not : Production : Farm ; : : VAlue : VFt'L!!,e State : Prodution :utilized: having : house- :, : Price ; of d : off : JJ value ; hold Sola : pro uc- ; sales - -.i.. :.l. J.!.B.! : : :_ t.:,o N.Y. N.J. p,., Ohio Ind. Ill. Mich. Iov1a Mo. Kflns. Va. w. Va. N.C. s.c. Ga. Ark. Ariz. Wash. Oreg. Calif., All Wine Table Raiein Dried Sf Not dried..i. Tone Tone Tons Tone Thousand dollare 60,200 1, ,800 9,300 1,300 2,500 26,000 2,500 4,)00 1, 700 1, ,400 1,.300 2,200 9, ,000 1,300 2,891, , ,000 1,679, , , ,200 1,400 15,800 9,300 1,300 2,500 26,000 2,.500 4,300 1,500 1, ,400 1,300 2,200 9, ,000 1,300 2,891, , ,000 1,679, , ,000 1, ,400 1,800 1,000 1, ,440 1, ,250 6oo 1, , 700 1,400 6oo ,760 1,200 14,400 7, ,000 25,040 1,060 2, , , , ,888, , ,400 1,678, ,, , , ,00 98.on ,( Jill/ J! J! J/5./ J/l34.no J! , , , , , , ,134 21, ,021 28,765 6, ,584 ' , > ,838 22,084 20, ,021 28,738 ; 3-:-o6iooo2oo ),o6o,8oo- 3:34o- 3.' ii 38:5"0-119."ii43- -1i6,969- _._._-- _]/. 39.a0.Sl l9.!19_ !'FtJ:lll_dJ,.sllOJl.i1i.2n : : V 1 : FArm ; : : 9 ue : Value Production p, of f 1 : houoe- : S 1 ; rice. d o 1 hold 1 d : : pro uc- :, sales la 1.2u 1llllJ.l22J.lll1 Thousand dol}e re 39,500 l,170 38, , 345 4, 216 1, , ' 77 12,600 1,280 11, ,323 1,189 12,000 2,100 9, ,00 1,248 1,030 1, ,400 1,190 1, ,000 1,050 30, ,232 3,126 2,500, 1,440 1, ,300 1,930 2, ,6oo o.oo ,.500 1, , oo 160.Nl , , ,76o , , , , , ,473,000 2,700 2,470,300 J/!lf , , ,000 1, , ,032 15, ,00() ,400 w ,088 16,069 1,421, ,420,300 J/j/ ,209 h8, , ,000 J/ ,965 34, , ,300 J/ ,244 13, ,700 21,680 2,601,020 2/ ,922 ]L-- l/ See page 4.5 for separate estimates of quantities not harvested on account of economic onditions end/or excess culleee of harvested fruit. 2./ Pro\uction all of value. J/ Equivalent returns per ton for bulk fruit at first delivery point. }J;/ Wine, Table and Rabin weighted by quanti ties sold.5./ Fresh equivlent of dried and not dried weighted by quentities sold. Sf Dried basis: 1 ton of reisins equivalent tu about 4 tons of fresh grapes. 2/ Stte prices weighted by qua.nti ties sold. / St t.. prices weighted by production having value. e e -

33 - - GRAPES: PRODUCTIO. UTILIZATION, 19!49 UNl T.IID ST.\. TiS - :-: Produc::- -=:::!!i!psitio :::::::::: :::u!:i_!i!a!:in:::of:!a!e!::::::::::::::--: Produc::- -:::: fam:::dise:o!fin,::::::::::::: gtll:[z!:t:[o,! f:::s!l!:e::::::::::::::: : : tion : : : : Processed : : : tion : : : : Processed Season: Produc- : having :For farm: : Fresh::- 7cr1i8hed- :Season: Produc- : having :For farm: : Fresh:-:- -:CrUshed- : tion Y: value : house-: Sold : sales :Canned: Dried :for wine,: : tion!/ : value : house- : Sold : sales :Cannad: Dried :for wine, :. :. _lj :o:.d_ue:. : : :. :._ji_ e_!t.<?. l. : :..]J :o:.d_ue:. : : : :J.u!.c!elc!. Tons Tons Tons Tons Tons Tons Tons Tons Tons Tone.. if ,695,300 2,695,300 30,720 2, ,000 1,238, , ,020,000 3,020,000 23,980 2,996, ,850 23,000 1,225,100 1, ,766,750 2, 754,750 21,100 2,733, ;.ego 11, ooo 969,200 1,237, ,061,000 3,060,800 23,34o , ,030 30, ,200 1,510, , , ,510 3,112, ,200 14, ,400 1,778, ,622,700 2,622,700 21,680 2,601, ,)80 25,000 1,037, ,340 --!J Differences between production and production having value consist of fruit not harvested on account of economic conditions. f\) "". GRAPiS: PRODUCTION AND UTILIZATION, CALIFORNIA :-: Produc::- -::::F!:r!!i!Pslt!o ::::::::::::: :::uii!i:!a!in:::of:!a!e!::::::::: -=- -Produc-"7 -=:::!!isltlo :::::::::::::: Jiti!'fz!:tio! f:::s!l!:e::::::::::::: : : tion :.. : : : Processed 1 : tion : : : : Processed Season: Produc- : having :For farm: : Fresh ::-!Crashed-: Prod.uo- : having :For farm,. : FreSh : -- -:Crilsiied- : tion Y: value :house-: Sold : sales :Canned: Dried :for wine,: tion!/ : value :house-: Sold : sales :Canned: Dried :for wine, :. :.!/ :o_:d_ue:. : : ;.!)i_ e_!t.i..:_ 1 1} :o_:d_ue_; \... _: : : :J.u!.c!.elc!. Thousand tone - fresh weight RAISIN VARIETIES Thousand tons - fresh weight WINE VARIETIES , , , , , , g64.o & 1, , , , , , , , , , ol.O , , , E>.o , , , , , , T.ABLE VARIETiiS ALL VARlETlES 'I 1,238.o I 858.o , , , l.3.,, , , , , ' 1, & , , , ,\; , , ,83b.O 2.7 2, '),'' ,225.1q 966, , , ,888, /( <). 1,-386,3 194':! , , , , '/' , ' 887.8,.- ),,J!J Differences between production and production having value consist of fruit not harvested' on account of economic conditions.

34 GEs: PRODUCTION AND UTILIZATION, CONTINUED -:-,Farm disposition--: -utilization of-sales--:::-- m ai8postt1on-- -:- -uiiiii12p=oi ;.ie :- : :-For farm--,; I r cisie =: : Production :- Fo; fa;m- -,-:-- :_!J'Qp.e.e!..d_ Seaon :Production!}: houeehold : Sold :Fresh ealee :crushed for : Production: having vah houeeho1d : Sold : Fresh ealee :Crushed for : : u!_e :.:.!._ji. _e._w.!_ntc.:.: _E : uji.e : : :J.uit:a,.l!il!.e.&l;c. lfon Tons Tons Tons Tons Tone Tons Tone Tons Tone Tons NEW YORK NEW JF.RSEY ,600 1, , ,500 2, ,280 1,200 1, ,300 1,620 29,680 2,860 26, ,500 1,620 62,880 6,880 56,000 1,800 1, , o ,100 1, ,400 1, , ,200 1,440 58, 76o 5, ,400 1, , o ,170 38, ,400 1,400 1, , PENllSYLVAlllA OHIO ,500 2,600 16,900 3,200 13,700 l8,6oo 18, Goo 3,000 15, , ,000 1,000 5, ,600 4,900 4,900 1,500 3,400 Goo 2, ,500 2,000 16,500 1,900 14, Goo 11,000 11,000 2,000 9,000 2,500 6, ,800 1,6oo 15, ,300 12,000 12,000 2,200 9,800 2,500 7,300 lg48 15,!100 1,400 14,400 1,000 13, , , ,600 1,280 11, ,500 12,000 12,000 2,100 9,900 2,000 7,goo I 0 "' I IHCHIGAN ARKANSAS ,000 1,800 30,200 10, ,600 10,600 1,500 9,100 2,250 " 6, ,500 1,120 12, ,6oo 5,200 5, , ,100 28,700 8,700 20,000 10,300 10, , , ,100 1,100 ho,ooo 13,450 26,550 11,200 11, , , ,000 g6o 25,040 7,020 18,020 9, , , ,000 1,050 30, o 25,090 10,6oo ,160 I 8,600 fashil!gto!l OTHER STATES 3/ , ,,1!70 2,100 12,370 31,900 31,900 16,630 15,270 12,500 2, '),500 )110 18,<)60 1,910 17,050 22,550 22,550 11,700 10,1" '),40() 6!10 18, "{ ,140 24, ,0n0 13,410 10, ,790 1')47 21,110n 710?0,6')0 l.80 18,810 24,000 24,000 13,140 10,860 7,900' 2,96o , ,2')0 1,850 21,440 23,600 23,400 13,350 10,050 7,140 2, ,0' ,120 1,920 1,200 20,800 20,800 11, 56o 9,240 6,040 3, Prodaction all of value. - - e - DiffPrAnces betwpen production and productior having value consist of fruit not harvested on account of economic conditione. / Ind>aoa, Illino>s, Iowa, Kansas, V1rginia, West Virgin>a, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Arizona, and Oregon.

35 w 1-' - - SWEET CHERRIES: PRODU::TIO.BM DISPOSITION, SF:ASON AVE-PRICE PER TON TO.WERS AND VALUE, BY STATES, 19' :--I Za'im:<isio:iii.!-:2tC I I ;u : :_F.ai'Jil Jli.. P,2.S,1t1o.li _: : V l : : Not :Production: Farm : : : f : Value Not :Production: Farm : : : f ue : Value State :Produetion:utilized having : house- : S ld : Price : 0 d : of Prodwtion:utilized t>_..ving : house- : Sold Price : pod1.<e-: of lf value : hold : 0 : nue-: sales : lf : VRlue : hold : : : tion : SAles L : : :_lljle.l :.i.. : J _:_'UJle_ _:_ _:_ la l:2!li Tons ma Thousen4 dollars l!!.lu! l2nj Tons Tbournnd-<lol 1 an J$i!l:.. N.Y. 2,500-2, , ?,200-2, l,66o 321.: Pa. 1, , , , ()() 7Nl ()0 n7 143 Ohio ( 280, 'l40.0c' Mich. 4,600 4, , , (\ ,1)0 l Mont <10, I:iP.hO 2, , , ,1!6() 2,460 2nn?,26('1 265.!' Colo , 'J40,1ln Utah 3, , , ,300 4,3()('\ 32(' n.n0 1,118 1,()3.5 WRsh. 21,200 21,200 1,980 19,220 Y278.on 5, :;<2,400 32,4()0 1,980 30,420 l/259.c'" 8,3?2 7,8?9 Oreg. 18, ,800 1,700 16,100 Z}262,00 4,664 4,218 2o,8nn 1,1nn 19,700 1,80n 17,9nn l/259.n0 5,102 4,636 Qa.li,i. 22,.QO.Q -.: QO JO..Q g6.._7.qo_ 2,20..Q _ 2,. 3Q _ 2,2 :'l,..qo..q..,_- j8_.0.qo.jojl 31,10.Q 3}2 2_.0!:;. _l.q,.z], _.l(l:.a.6.jl,_ u s 83, ,810 6,970 75, on 22,831 20, ,510 1, ,41() 5, ().!±{271,()0 27,513 25,896 5./ _._._-- - _5./ SJ- I li!t2 N.Y. 1, , , , ,!J(lo 2,!J()(\ 480 1,920 27).(\('\ p,, , Boo ('1(\ 282,(1() Ohio () '30,0() 1?2 63 Mich. 4,500 1!, , ,274 1,160 4,6oo LJ,6oo 400 4, ,159 1,058 Mont, o.no , , , Idaho 3,520 3, , :2, , ,( Colo, o 21! , UtAh 3, ,900 30n 3,6oo ,500 3, , Wash. 32, ,200 1,980 30,220 1/ ,662 8,129 25,6or 1,ooo 24,6oo 1,980 22,62o Y275.oo 6,765 6,22o Oreg, 31,000 1,000 30,000 1,800 28, ,890 7,417 10,800 10,8()0 1,500 9,300 g} ,279 1,962! - J!z,.QO..Q =--.J'-i:a.O.QO.JO.Q.:l:l.a.7.QO 3/1Q'-i:a.O.Q _]Jl,.JJ. _l.q,242 2.,.QO.Q -.:-- 8_.0SJO.JO..Q 22,10SJ 3/22l.:.Of2 _ 2,.Q2. 6_ u.s. ll2,_370 1,000 ll1, ,600 :J;/280,00 31,197 29,579 80,25() 1,050 79,20" 5,?JO 7:',470 :J;/ ,358 18, }2. 0.._0! , 'i/2! See page :'3 for footnotes.

36 SWEET CHERRIES: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, SEASON AVEBAGE PRICE PER TON TO GROWERS AND VALUE, BY STATES, 1948 AND : , 'i.ueio::iuzci-- ---vl:.-:- : : llot :Production: Fa.rm : l l of : Ve11111 State :Production: utilired: having : house- : Sold 1 Price : produc-= of I l./ : va.lue : hold : : : tion : selee i _:_ _:_ l lls.j. - _:_ i = i "i--;-- -:::rari li.::ip'isltioi ::- -lvalu-; --- :!lot :Production: Farm : : 1 of : Value Production:utilized : having : house- : Sold : Price lproduc-1 of : 1/ : velue : hold : : : Uon : sales - - J. - J. - _:_u,.e_ -.L _:_- -- _:_ - - _:_ lui I2Aa lui l9ja hila ll!ll.l...u Thouund dollue!2nl. laja l9.!u.1!m1 l!!aj.lqll.m Th.oJu M dolla.n N,Y, 3,200 3, , ,10 3, , Pa , ,500 1, , , Ohio , Mich. 4, ,6oo 400 4, ,297 1,184 7, , , Mont , ,780 1, , Idaho 3, , , u,1oo 6oo.5oo 170 3, oo Colo, , Utah 3, , , ,00 1, , , , Wash. 21, ,300 1,830 19, ,00 5,369 4,926 J6,40o 4,8oo 31,6oo 1,900 29, ,266 4,010 Oreg, 18,500 18,500 1,600 16, ,00 4,773 4,360 34,200 3,000 )1,200 1,800 29,UOO 129,00 4,05 3,793.!1JIJ.1f.a l.:w.qo.:-: -,jo.q JQO 2.J,,lO.Q _.Ji;J2S.QO 7..,6_9l, 7..,5,23 -'.QO.Q =-= -'.QO.Q JQO 1!:J... 7.QO.Jil8.2,_2(1_l!,.QO.J:l 1, us _. _. 80, , , } Q _ 22,362 20,889 _ 136,390 8, ,990 6, , '1 5/ o.q 19,914 18,975 _ SOUR CHERRIES: PRODUCTION, FARM DISPOSITION, SEASON AVERAGE FiliCE PER TON TO GROWERS ArD VALUE, BY STATES, 1944 AND 1Cl45 w --; :E:.U:eio 1i7 -,-;al:;-;-- -- "' : : Not :Production: :r,.rm : : : of : Value State :Production: utilhed: having I house- : Sold : Priet :produo- : of : l./ : Tf'lue I hold : : : tion : se1es I- 'i ::iiti s'itloi ::- -,-; ;,;, : l!tot :Production: Farm : : : of : Velue Production:utilized heving : house- 1 Sold : Price :produc-= of 1 l./ : vlllu. : hold I : : tion : sa.lea -.L-_! :_-.L J!S,!- _:_-,.i. _:_J J. - J. - _:_ve_-.i. - _:_- -- -=- - - _:_ h!oa l2!ll.!2!11 l2u 12.!!1 Thousend dollarl llw. laja l!ml hu hu Jl9l.l.m:a Thousend dollar l.2!:i:s. l!t.y. 19, ,400 1,020 18, , , ,154 2,036 Pe. 7,900-7,900 1,500 6, ,343 1,088 3,600 3,6oo 660 2, , Ohio 2, , , , , , llieh. 50, ,000 1,300 48, , ,oon 14,000 6oo 13, ,116 3,940 Wis. 15, ,000 6oo 14, ,550 2,448 7,300?, , ,971 1,836 Mont , IC.eho o.oo Colo, 5,UOO -- 5,400 )20 5, , b2 2,000 2, , Utah 2,4ro -- 2, , , , , Wesh 5, , ,760 / , , / :3 553 Qr g,_90.q --= QO.JO.Q 2...J.QO_ l6.,.q.o 4.,37 J.J:l6,g,l,O.Q :-.:. z,l,o.q J.QO 1..,8.QO /l6..q.o.j5j.jo_g u.s. _ 112, '\ 112,200 7, ,050!t/ i/l.6j..jlo 18,324 17,133 45, ,650 3,980 41, ,877 10, S}g6.Q.Jl0_ See pege 31 for footnotes, - e - e -

37 _ - SOUR - : 1 :_F.ar.m.!l.i.!P.!l.S1t1.o.ll _: I v 1 ue : : : :.I.rm..d.J'iJIOJ>i.i.i.l!II... : : Velue : : Not!Production: Farm : : 1 of : Velue : Not :Production: Frm : : 1 of : VPlue State :Production:uti1ized : having :nouee- : Sold : Price : produc-: of Proiuction :utilized : hrving : house- : Sold : Prie : poduc-: of CHERRIES: PRODIDTION,.DISPOSITION, SE<SON AV"RAGE-E PER TON TO GRO. AND VALUE, BY STATES, lf : Talue : hold : : : tion : sales : lf : VAlue : hold : : : tion : sles :.L..i. :_e-..1 _ _:_- l. : - - : :.i.. llei.i 1....i.. L l. l2la l:2ja 19.rul. l:2l1j!2j:u! Jl!!J.l.a1:& Thousend dollre Tons To..,s Tons Tons 1!llle.r. Thouspnd doll,r l.2fi:2.1.2.!!1 N.Y. 15,000 15, , ,105 14,2oo 14,200 6oo 13,600 Pa. 4,6oO 4,600 1,000 3, ,00 1,3BO 1,0BO 4,400 4,400 B6o 3,540 Ohio 1,670 1, , , , 1,790 1, ,370 Mich. 60,500 6o,5oo Boo 59,700 29B.oo 1B,o29 17,791 49,50o 49,500?6o 48,740 Wis. 20,000 20,000 Boo 19, oo 6,320 6,067 9,noo 9,ooo 560 B,440 Mont. 6o 6o lbo.oo Idaho BO B5, :; Colo. 3,000 3, ,BOO 260,00 7BO 72B 3,400 3, ,200 Utah 3,600 3, , , ,100 2, ,9B0 Wash. 1.},300 4, ,530 / , , , ,B40,.Q.r.M.o =-- 2.._9_20.J5..Q _ Y1:i.SJ.O 64- lo.!io.q :-::: 1.._4SJ.O 3.Q 1...1,10 u.s. 116, , ,B60..5./JOl,JlO / , , ,3BO 4,720 B5,66o _ ,010 2,8B ,043 B39 224, , B 210,00 l,b90 1, , ()', lbo,oo B 356 /1B4, gjosj.,qo 8.Q 2Jlt ,942 16, /l9:J..QO 11!± ll!!2. N.Y. 19, ,500 6oo 18, oo 4,212 4,082 16, ,500 6oo 15, ,746 3,609 Pa. 6, , , ,260 1,052 8, , ,0B "1,768 1,565 Ohio 1, , B ,480 1, , Mich. 69,000 69,000 Boo 6B,2oc lbl.oo 12,489 12,344 60,500 60,500 B40 59, ,011 10,B5B Wis. 25,000 25,000 B50 24, ,975 3,B40 11,600 11, , ,B6B 1,771 Mont, 380 3BO Idaho 520 -"' B2 6o Colo. 4,300 4, , ,Boo 2,8oo 20 2, Utah 2,500 2, ,3BO lbo.oo ,700 1, , B Wash. 1,800 1,Boo 6oo 1, ,500 2, l,boo / B 351.Q.r lo10!! --= QO JI.!;Q 1.._3..0_)./l.O..fJ.O 35_4 28J ).,. OQ :-: 2.._B.QO.!!O.D 2.._4.QO_ /l5:j.._20.!± ,790 4, ,B70 lbj.oo 24,174 23,219 10B, ,690 4,B10 103,880 lbb.no 20,476 19, /}B].QO..5./}8_.0- lf See pege 45 for separate estimates of quantities not harvested on account of economic conditions nd/or excess cul1pge of rvested fruit, 2./ Bulk fruit at pecking house door. :J./ Bulk fruit et first delivery point.!±/ State prices weighted by quantities sold..5./ Stete prices weighted by proiuction having value.

38 S\iEET CHERRIES: PRODUCTICN AND UTILIZATION, 194il lr; i:!j.>siti;_-_-: ui!_i;i;;:_;r!.;;::!:.;!.-_-_-_-_-_-_; -: Prod;;:c:-=:= a!:m::::d[eoiiiin:::::::::::::::::::::!!_t!\[z!:tio f=el!e_-_-_-_-::: Prcnuction Productio For ; : 1 C!l_B!.e!!. :Production tion For : :_ 1 Pt:.oel!Jla.d Season : Y : havinl!,i&m! house-< Sold : Fresh : : :. : y : having :farm house-: Sold : Fresh : : : :a.!u!: y_:_h'!_l?;_ B.!.!._ a:_e _.!._ a::n:_d_.!.. :_rzn- _:_B.:_1e _: :!_alu.!!.!/.!..!}_old_u_[e_.!.. :_"1_: :_ a::n_:.d_:_.::n _:_1e Tons 'rons Tons Tons Tons Tons Tons Tone Tons Ton..!!. Tons Tons Tone Tone Tone TonR UNIT.::D STAT">S GREAT LAKE STATES-2/ !2,810 6,'l70 "{5,840 40,140 13,660 1,580 20, o 2,360 7,400 3, , :, , ? ,730 21,590 6,720 24,520 3, ,160 2, , , , ,600 37,430 30, ,460 6,750 6, 750 1, , , 760 1'147 1!0,2?0 79, ,260 10, ,1-10!!,170 8,170 1,360 6,1(10 2, R !0, !!0 7? ,780 15, :'1,730 8,820!!,82Q 1, '10 2,7!10 7' 'l4CJ '10 10:7,'l'l0 6,030 10:1, ,120 12,170 12,170 1,400 10,770 3,010 1, ,360 WASHINGOll OREGON ,200 21,200 1,980 1<),220 11,750 3, ,100 17,800 1,700 16, ,900 Goo 6, ,400 30:,400 1,980 30,420 16,?10 6,540 1, , ,800 17,900 4, , ,200 32,0:00 1,'l80 30,220 13,460 7,880 1,240 7,640 31,000 30,000 1,800 28,200 3,400 11, , :5,600 24,6oo 1,980 22,620 13, ,620 10,800 10,800 1, ,050 2, ,300 0:1,300 1,830 1'1, , ,180 18,500 18,500 1,6oo 16,900 3,100 6, ,600 1, , ,030 34,200 31,200 1,800 29,400 5,6oo ,100 CALIFORll IA OTID:R STAT"':S 2/ ,000 27, , , , ,420 5, go g,ooo 38, )7, ,000 8,0:00 2,800 10,700 7,620 7, ,010 4, , ,000 34, ,500 9,200 2, ,420 8, ,370 1, , !,0()0 0:!!, ,700 13,800 4, ,100 7,680 7, , , , ,800 11,700 8,650!!,4!! , , '1 44,000 44, ,200 11, ,100 9,620 9, !',390 6, ,530 - y DiffPrPnce bptw<>pn production and production having value consist of fruit not harve'sted on account of economic conditions and/or excess culla.g<' of harvested fruit. ij NPw York, Ohio, PennF=ylvanilL and Michigan. lf Montane, Idaho, Colorado and Utah. - e e -

39 - e SOUR CHKRHIEb: Phuill AhD UTiliZATlvh e -- -=; -d-- T Prodilc=:!,am:::.diso!:itin::::::.:::.:::::: :::.uiiii'ia)n:::of: ia!:e ::::::::::.:::. :::._: -P- -=P"rd:=-:E_a[:m::iis!loiiiin:::::::::::.::::::.:::. :::u!\!:i!:a!:i:in:::of: aie's_-_-_-_-_-_-_ Season: ro uc- : tiqn :For farm : r2_c!_s!!_e!l!. r? uc-r tion :For farm: : Pr_o _e!!_!l.d 1 t ion : having :house- : Sold : Fresh : : : :., 1: tlon : havin : house- : Sold : Fresh : : :. : J: - - _:- -!/_ -!_V_!1e...!L.:.!lo!_d_u'l.e! :_ &ale.!!. _:-Cn_e :_ :r;:_n _:.:n:.d_: te.:.!., - }_j : Lal.u.!!.l!lo!_d_u.s_e!_ _: _s!!_l!l_s_ :_ -Cn:_e:_: _F:_o:e: :_B:_l::e:. :_ O=>tr }._: Tons Tons Tone Tons Tons Tons TO'!_'!_ Tons Tons Tons ons Tons Tons TQns Tone Tons UlHTiilD STAT"<;S NEW YO:aK , , ,050 1/.12, ,290 1,140 19,400 19,400 1,020 18,)80 3} 2,410 6, o 45, a,670 2} 6,570 25,320 9, , ,900 u 1,100 2, , , o,s6o If 9,4 1o , ,000 15, ,300 rj 1,460 2,130 10, ,970 90,380 4,720 85,66o 8,120 40, , ,200 14,200 Goo 13,6o0 1,370 3,180 9, , ,790 4, ,870 9,080 66, , ,900 1, 730 4,500 12, loll,6')0 108,690 4, ,880 8, , ,500 16,500 6oo , ,270 I c.> "' PF..NNSYLVANIA AND OHIO MICHIGAN ,670 10,670 2,46o 8,210 1, , ,000 50,000 1,300 48,700 2, ,280 5, , , ,000 14,000 Goo 13,400 1,600 10,100 1, ,270 6,270 1,260 5,010 1,400 2,250 1, o,500 60, , , ,190 6,190 1,280 4,910 fl30 2,810 1, , ,740 3, , ,090 7,090 1, ,250 1,130 Goo 69,000 69, ,200 3,250 44,500 19,000 1, ,480 9,480 l,180 8,300 1,390 4,945 1,965 60,500 60, o 2,610 41,500 14,400 1,150 WISCONSIN W-reS'RRN STAT)JS 4/ ,000 15,000 Goo 14,400 1,230 4, , ,36o 4,36o , ,300 7, , ,880 1, ,880 11,770 1,540 10,230 2, , ,000 20, ,200 1,540 8,400 8, ,280 14,240 1,590 12,650 2,220 3,700 6, ,000 9,000 56o 8, , ,080 11,490 1,1) ,950 2,990 4, ,000 25, ,150 86o 11, , ,200 11,200 1,440 9,760 2,360 3,340 4, ,600 u,6oo Goo 11, ,6oo ,610 10,610 1,590 9,020 2,360 3,020 3, Differences between production and production having value consist of quantities not harvested on account of economic conditions and/or excess cullagp of - harvested fruit. y Used for juice, wine, preserves, etc. Jf Include some quantities of New York sour cherrie brined. Montana, Idaho, Colorado, Utah, Washington and Oregon,

40 PLUMS.ouill PRUNES (J;'UR ALL PURPOSES): PROD!JGTION y AND V.t.L1JE, ,-- -,- -,, -orefion -v--::::::::: i::::::::::::::: :::wsei!!ifo V:::::::::::::::::::!:::::::::::::::::::::: Qnitd:::siaiei:::::::::::::::::::::::: Season. Michigan. Idaho. California : : : : : Total : Value of : Valt;.e of ; - ; - _; - ;_sen-{ et:r -;- :oa - l t:r _,_w:sen- : Tt:l_!PLoau tion /L_pLoution _ L ale& Tons Tons Tons Tons Tons Tons Tons Tons Tons Tons!' dollae_! ,500 23,'\00 489,500 14,400 4b,OOO 60,400 19,500 6,300 25, ,500 54,925 5l:,2<J ,700 28,200 63b,OOO 20, ,100 19,600 6,400 26, ,000 68,2?,2 67,61 194b 6,000 22, ,100 83, ,100 19,800 9,300 29,100 7q3, 6oo 81,6e6 81, ,:?00 37, ,000 18,900 15,500 34,400 19,100 4,000 23, ,757 48, ,800 20,800 52:?,000 19,700 29,100 48,800 17,000 2,000 19,000 6l5,400 42,030 41,6C,l ,700 27,100 4b7,500 18,700 89, ,700 15,000 8,700 23, ,700 39,026 3R,69o 1/ Equivalent fresh basie. California dried prunes converted to fresh basis on ratio of 2t fresh nounds to 1 pound dried. In Washington and Oregon the ratio ranges - from 3 to 4 pounds fresh to l pound dried. gf See page 45 for estimated amounts not harvested on account of economic conditions and/or excess cullsge of harvested fruit wtich are included in production. PLUMSY!PRODUCTION MID UTILIZaTION. l944-l91j.9 "' - -- : : Produc- :r!!!.!!i _s!_t!_o!!; L U!_i!_i_:a!_i _n_of a!_e L : Produc- :_ :!:_a!_m_d!_sj2_0!!_i!_i _n_: Qt!_l!_zt!_o!?o _f_sls- Season : Produc- : tion :For farm: : Fresh : P O e!s!:_d : Produc- : tion :For farm : : Fresh :!:r.cse!! : tion Y: having : house- : Sold : sales : Canned : Frozen : Other : tion Y : having : house- : Sold : sales : Canned : Frozen : Other L :_!a!_u YLh.1!! :!'!_8.!!_! L : : L : :_vl:!'!_e... l:!!o!_d_u!e_: : L : L lfb Tons 96,500 72, ,000 79,200 71,800 98,700 Tons 94,500 71, ,000 79,200 71,800 87,950 Tons 840 boo ,050 Tons Tons UNITED STATES 93,660 71, ,160 78,420 71,100 86,900 85, ,300 64,850 2,150 96,110 2,830 75,260 2,350 69,205 1,835 84,115 ll 2, ,000 2, ,000 3,100 4, Tons 92,000 71, ,000 74, ,000 90,000 70, ,000 74,000 67,000 80,000 Tons Tons CALIFORNIA 89,700 69,700 99,700 73,700 66,700 7q, 700 Tons 82,000 63,500 92,000 70,900 65,100 77,5CO Tons y 2,900 'jj 2, ,100 'jj 2,1CO 21 1,600 'jj l,qoo Tons 800 1,000 1,600 Tons 4,000 3,100 4, % ,500 1,700 6,000 5,200 4,800 8,700 4,500 1,700 b,ooo 5,:?00 4, MICHIGAN 3,960 3,560 1,400 1,350 5,460 4,110 4, 720 4,360 I.J,IJ.OO 1;1-,10'5 7,200 6, lg!/ Includes small quantities of fresh prunes. gf Differences between production and production having value consist of fruit unharvested on account of economic conditione and/or excese cullaee of harvested fruit, lf Includes California plums used for jam. - e e e e

41 - e PLUMS]}: PRODUCTION,. DISPOSITION, SEASON.AV.I!lR/l..C.E PER TON TO G.S.AND V.a.LUE,.BY STATES, 19Li =- -=- -N;:-t- -:-Produc--:'Farm-dfs;;'o'Sition_:_ -=- -v- 1 --:-V-al--:-:- -No-t-: Produc: :re:rm: d"i';,'osftfoii:-: -v =- v- 1 v - s;.:- a ue ue - a ue a ue Produc- :. 11 d tion Farm Pri f f Produc- : tili d tion Farm Pri f State : tion :ut 1 ze : having : house- : Sold : ce : do ti : 0 1 : tion :u 2 e : having : house- : Sold : ce : : of : : Y : value :hold use: : :pro uc on: sa es : : :t : value :hold use: : :pro uction: sales --T Tons Tons Dollars Thousand dollars Tons Tons Thousand dollars 1944 Calif. 92,000 2,000 90, , ,530 10,495 Mich. 4,500 4, , u.-s: -96,5oo-- 2,ooo-- 945oo-- S4o o- j/t18.oo ,o1o --!t/ Calif. Mich. 100,000 6, ,000 6, ,700 5, , , u.-s- -1o6,ooo :_:- -1o6ooo-- 84o- -lo516o-l/135.oo- -14-;27o-- -iii.,l.78 --!t/ Calif. 67,000 67, , ,050 10,005 ch. 4,800 4, ,400 81, u.-s-- -71,8oo :_:-- 718oo-- 7oo-- 111oo- j/14b,oo-- 1o lo,361 lj-n:1s-sll-qttttsf-f;eh-p;e.!t/145,00-- gj See page 45 for separate estimates of quantities not harvested on account of economic 3/ State prices weighted by quantities sold, BJ State prices weighted by production having value, 71,000 1,000 70,ooo ,700 13s.oo 9,66o q,6lo 1,700 1, , oo-- -looo-- -71,7oo- -6oo-- -71,1oo -i/138oo-- 9,sqg- -os !t/ ,000 5,200 74,000 5, , , , :2oo -_:_-- -79,2oo- -i8o-- -7-g;z.2o -i/i54:oo- -12, ;o !t/ ,ooo 1o,ooo 8o,ooo , ,4oo.368 8, , , : o:: Io7[o:: )z.5: : )o(: =8.o )7 1 1o1:-oo::.'5l: )7(: 4 101,00 conditions and/or excess cullage of harvested fruit, PRUNES: PRODUCTION, FARJ.! DISPOSITION, SEASON AVER!..GE PlUCE J>ER TON TO GRO\i.lmS AND VALUE, EY STA'ES, = = = -Pr"od"uc--= Fe.rm -dise:osition -= = : : ; : Prodc:: :Fariii d"i!',posftfoil: : = : Produc-: Hot : tion =-Farm-: -: : V&1ae : Value : Produc- : Not : tion : -Fii:riii :-: : Value : Val..te 1 State : tion :utilized : having : house- : Sold : Prce : of : of : tio& :utilized : having ; house- : Sold : Price : of : of : : J} :_!:E.!.U!. _:J!o!.d_u!e.!. :! _ -=dcin.!. _sls- i.!. _ ]j.!. _v!le-.:_hl s!:.!. 'f{ _.!.p.:_ou.:_t:_o:- a:.e:: _ Tons Tons Dollars Thousand dollars i'ons Dollars Thcaand dollers FRESH BASIS 1944 Fro:SH BASIS Idaho 23,300 23,300 1,ooo 22, oo 2,237 2,141 28,200 28,200 eoo 27, ,402 2,334 wash, 25,800 25,800 1,800 24,ooo ,453 2,2e2 26,000 26,000 1,800 24, ,270 2,113 Oreg. 6o,4oo 3,300 57,100 :::,800 54,300 78,10 4,1f58 h,239 q2,100 11,700 8o,4oo 3,000 77,hoo 77,10 6,202 5,971 1 [TT"[s:::!:_o2:,o"[:::::: I.Io.::: '!:_o"so.:::::: o"q_ :::l.o:.6.o:::._? 'b 6.1o:::::: "):_1:::::: :::8:_62::: 16".o:::::: I_1:_7"[c::: :::114-;:.GQ.o:::::: :::o;:_6".o:::!:_2"2:,q:o"[-:_ "8o.so:::::: Io-;.8J..4:::::: "1_o-;_4}.8::: DlUED BASIS "0 8,lO D.tUJ:D BASIS 1Jj bo, BO cauf. 15q,ooo 159, ).58, ,00 34,662 34, ,ooo 226, ,1:!00 21o.oo 47,h6o 47,418 FRESH BASIS 1946 FIDJS!! BASIS 1947 Idaho 22,400 22, , ,527 2,437 37,000 37, ,?00 67,20 2,487 2,h33 Wash. 29,100 29,1CO 2,000 27, ,647 2,465 23,100 23,100 2,000 21,100 gq,90 2,077 1,8q7 Oreg, }.0.!_.10.Q. 4,0.Q. 9.,90Q J.,.QO.Q _.9J.._9.Q.O 1l.Q.O 7.._ _27- J.I<.._4.Q.O 3.._5.Q.O J Q.O Q,10.Q. 78,_ j_" :"TE"T_!S_!_5, :0Q..O.Q. _.!_4,KO.Q. 5_,0.Q. _1!;::_2.._6.Q.O_ 85,10!2_.6j2 ]:2... l_gq 24_ 1')_QO 3_.5_ _ Qo 8:,3!o_Q _ f..{7r, 6.')o -98- _ -6J:l. Bf 85.10!!.! 7 so DRI BASIS DRIED BASIS Ce1if. 214,ooo 214,ooo 2oo 213, oo 54,784 54,733 2oo,ooc 2oo,ooo 2oo 1qq,soo 148.oo 2o,6oo 20,510 FRESH BASIS 1948 FRESH BASIS 1049 Idaho 20,800 1, ,100 e:oo l8, ,249 1,1'17 27,100 3,qoo 23,200 goo 22,1 oo ho.30 o'i qo3 Wash. 19,000 1,100 17,900 1,340 16, , ,700 'i,8oo 17,810 l,!ho 15,oLo 'i60 Oreg.,80.Q l.q. 9.0.Q. 3],_20.Q. 2,'g_O.Q. _ J g_o 2.._ )6_ 1.Q.7.._7.Q.O 9.._8.Q.O [7.._q.QO _QO _!, ,1_ }T!T_!S_ -.O.Q. lj.,lo.q. 7.0.Q.,J.4 _ 10.._ _89 4.._6.Q8_ 1.Q.O.3.o.._520 1.!_8,!0 5720_,!1J,!.4.Q. _ 4o.4o_ = _4g.Q.l_ :::_4.._524_ DRil!.'D BASIS!±J 5.30 DRIED BASIS 40,40 calif. 182,ooo 6,ooo 176,ooo 2oo 11, oo 26,752 26, ,ooo 151,ooo 2oo 15o,8oo 168.oo 2,368 2?,334!J-see page4,- for separat-e:tfmates-of qu&atitiea-not-hbrvested-on account of-economic conitionb-and7or excess-cullage-of harv;sted fruit. y Prices derived from separate utilizations of sales. }/ State prices wei.ghted by qurntitiea sold. ':) State prices weichted by nroduction heving value.

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