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No. 949. COTTON AND COTTONSEED-ACREAGE, PRODUCTION, AND VALUE, BY STATES: 1960 TO 1966
[Cotton production excludes linters. Values shown are for marketing season or crop year and should not be confused with calendar year income. Yields and prices for 1960-1964 are simple averages of figures for individual years]
1 Includes an allowance for unredeemed loans. For 1966, average price to Dec. 1.
2 For 1966, based on 1961-1965 average ratio of lint to cottonseed.
Source: Dept. of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service; Cotton and Cottonseed Production and annual summary, Crop Values.
COTTONSEED AND PRODUCTS PRODUCTION AND EXPORTS: 1931 TO 1966 [In thousands of short tons, except as indicated. Cottonseed production relates to preceding crop year, other data relate to 12 months ending July 31. Excludes Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico, except for exports)
1 Prior to 1959, 500-pound bales; beginning 1959, 600-pound bales.
Source: Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; annual report, Cotton Production and Distribution. No. 951. SUGAR, BEET AND CANE-U.S. AND WORLD PRODUCTION: 1930 To 1966 [In thousands of short tons, raw value. Covers centrifugal only]
SUGAR, BEET AND CANE-QUOTAS AND SUPPLY: 1950 to 1966
1 Sugar quotas govern the supply of sugar from all sources, foreign and domestic, available to the conterminous United States. The formulas for allocating the quotas among the supplying areas are established by Congress; the size of the quotas is determined by the Secretary of Agriculture.
2 Includes raws for processing held by importers other than refiners.
3 Adjusted for changes in invisible stocks (estimated) held by manufacturers, wholesalers, and retailers. Data are for military and civilian food use.
Source of tables 951 and 952: Dept. of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service, in annual report, Agricultural Statistics; and Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, monthly report, Sugar Reports.
No. 953. Sugar Beets-Acreage, PRODUCTION, PRICES, AND VALUE, 1931 to 1966, AND BY STATES, 1964 TO 1966
[Totals include data for a few States not shown separately]
NA Not available.
ments under Sugar Act.
1 Season average price received by farmers. Beginning 1934, excludes Government pay-
* Includes some acreage
No. 954. SUGARCANE, CANE SUGAR, AND MOLASSES-ACREAGE, PRODUCTION, AND VALUE: 1940 TO 1966
[Prior to 1960 and as noted, excludes Hawaii. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series K 295–297′
1 Growth of 9 months in Louisiana and 12 months in Florida. In Louisiana, sugar season usually ends by December or early January; in Florida, by March following season of growth.
Season average price received by farmers. Prices exclude Government payments under the Sugar Act. 1945, price support payments included.
Raw value equals 96° raw sugar as defined in Sugar Act of 1948. Calculated on basis of 100 pounds of raw sugar required to produce 93.46 pounds of refined sugar. Excludes sirup production.
Source: Dept. of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service, in annual report, Agricultural Statistics; and Economic Research Service, annual report, The Sugar Situation.
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TOBACCO-PRODUCTION, DISAPPEARANCE, EXPORTS, IMPORTS, AND STOCKE: 1931 TO 1966
[In millions of pounds. Excludes Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico, except for exports and imports. Farm-salesweight basis]
1 Flue-cured and cigar wrapper, crop year, July-June; all other types, October-September. U.S. tobacco only.
Compiled from reports of the Dept. of Commerce. Calendar year, declared weight; includes stems, trimmings, and scraps.
Source: Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service; The Tobacco Situation.
No. 956. TOBACCO-ACREAGE, PRODUCTION, AND VALUE, BY STATES: 1960 TO 1966
1964, 1965 (prel.) 1964, 1965 (prel.) 1964, 1965 (prel.) 1965 (prel.) 1965 (prel.) avg.
1 Season average price received by farmers. State prices weighted by sales to obtain U.S. prices.
? Sufficient sales data were available to estimate a season average price for a part of the State's 1966 production, but 1965 season average prices were used for some types of tobacco in evaluating production and calculating an average price for all tobacco.
Source: Dept. of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service; annual summaries. Crop Production and Crop Values.
122 65.0 263.3
No. 957. COMMERCIAL VEGETABLE AND OTHER SPECIFIED CROPS-ACREAGE, PRODUCTION, AND VALUE, 1965 AND 1966, AND LEADING STATES, 1966 [Relates to commerical production for fresh market and processing combined. Includes market garden areas but excludes minor producing acreage in minor producing States. Excludes production for home use in farm and nonfarm gardens. Value is for season or crop year and should not be confused with calendar-year income]
1 Acreage of crops for harvest for fresh market, including any partially harvested or not harvested because of low prices or other economic factors, plus acreage harvested for processing.
Includes some quantities not marketed and excluded in computing value.
* Fresh market vegetables valued at f.o.b. shipping point, except garlic which is field run basis at packinghouse door. Processing vegetables are equivalent returns at packinghouse door.
Shelled basis; 2 pounds of lima beans in the shell produce approximately 1 pound of shelled beans.
No. 958. FRUITS-PRODUCTION AND VALUE, 1965 AND 1966, AND LEADING STATES,
[See Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series K 316-328. for production and prices]
Includes some quantities not harvested or not marketed on account of economic conditions. ? Production in commercial apple areas.
California, 48 pounds; other States, 50 pounds.
• Fresh basis for California derived by multiplying dry basis estimate by 21⁄2.
Net content of box varies. In California and Arizona, approximate average for oranges and tangerines is 75 pounds; in other States, oranges 90 pounds; and Florida tangerines 95 pounds.
Approximate average, net weight, is 65 pounds in Arizona and California, 85 in Florida, and 80 in Texas.
* Includes estimates for Arizona. About 76 pounds net.
Source: Dept. of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service; annual summaries, Crop Production and Crop Values.