Down 11 percent from last season’s final production

2021-2022 Florida all orange forecast is carried forward from October at 47.0 million boxes

The 2021-2022 Florida all orange forecast released today by the USDA Agricultural Statistics Board is carried forward from October at 47.0 million boxes, down 11 percent from last season’s final production. The total includes 19.0 million boxes of non-Valencia oranges (early, midseason, and Navel varieties) and 28.0 million boxes of Valencia oranges.

The Navel orange forecast, at 450,000 boxes, accounts for 2 percent of the non-Valencia total. The estimated number of bearing trees for all oranges is 49.4 million.

All grapefruit 3.80 million boxes
The forecast of all grapefruit production is carried forward at 3.80 million boxes, 7 percent less than last season’s utilization of 4.10 million boxes. The total is comprised of 3.20 million boxes of red grapefruit and 600,000 boxes of white grapefruit.

Tangerines and tangelos total 900,000 boxes
The forecast for tangerine and tangelos is carried forward at 900,000 boxes, 1 percent more than last season’s utilization of 890,000 boxes. This forecast number includes all certified tangerine and tangelo varieties

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Source: nass.usda.gov


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