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What the numbers mean
This information, provided by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Marketing Service, shows week-by-week shipments and f.o.b.s for commodities from  shipments for the fresh market. Protective services are extra unless otherwise stated.

Apples

YAKIMA VALLEY AND WENATCHEE DISTRICT, WASH. 2018 CROP — Shipments (1,001-1,011-1,005, Includes exports 223-241-257) — Movement expected about the same. Trading Moderate. Prices Golden Delicious 88-113s slightly higher, others generally unchanged. Washington Extra Fancy carton tray pack red Delicious 64-80s mostly $16-18, 88s $15-18,00, 100s mostly $15-18, 113s $14-17; Golden Delicious 72-88s mostly $26-28, 100s $24-26, 113s mostly $22-25; Fuji 64-80s mostly $20-24, 88s mostly $19-22, 100s mostly $18-22, 113s mostly $17-20; granny smith 64s mostly $28-30, 72-80s $32-34, 88s mostly $31-32, 100-113s mostly $28-30; Gala 64s mostly $22-24, 72-88s mostly $23-24, 100s $22-24, 113s mostly $22, 125s $20-22; Honeycrisp 56-64s mostly $48-54.90, 72-88s mostly $50-56.90, 100s mostly $46.90-50.90. Cartons 12 3-pound film bags 2 ½-inch minimum red Delicious mostly $18-21.90; Golden Delicious mostly $21-25.90, Fuji mostly $21-23.90, Granny Smith mostly $28-32.90, Gala mostly $20-24.90, Honeycrisp mostly $42-46.90; 2 ¼-inch minimum red Delicious $13-15.90, Gala $14-18.90. Organic carton tray pack Gala 72-80s mostly $28-32, 88s mostly $26-32, 100s mostly $22-26, 113s mostly $20-22. Cartons 12 3-pound film bags 2 ½-inch minimum Gala mostly $26-30.

CHILE IMPORTS — Port of entry: Philadelphia Imports via Boat — (18-80-125) — Movement expected about the same. Trading Moderate. Prices granny smith 90s-100s lower, others unchanged. 18 kg cartons tray pack Marked Extra Fancy granny smith 70s-80s mostly $28 90s mostly $24-26 100s $20-24 Gala 70s $23-24, 80s mostly $22-23, 90s mostly $21-22.

NEW YORK — Shipments (69-74-71) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading Moderate. Prices Generally Unchanged. Cartons U.S. Extra Fancy 12 3-pound film bags 2 ½-inch minimum red Delicious mostly $18-20; Fuji mostly $20-22; McIntosh mostly $20-22; Empire mostly $18-20. Cartons U.S. Extra Fancy tray pack Fuji 80s-88s mostly $28-30; McIntosh 80s-88s mostly $27-30; Empire 80s-88s mostly $25-27.

MICHIGAN — Shipments (32-35-34) — Movement expected about the same current week, decrease slightly following week. Trading Moderate. Prices Unchanged. U.S. Extra Fancy cartons tray pack Gala 100s mostly $28-30, 138s $26-28, McIntosh 100s $22-26.00, red Delicious 88s mostly $20-21, Golden Delicious 88s mostly $23-26, Jonagold 80s mostly $20-22, Fuji 100s $24-28.00, 12 3-pound film bags 2 ½-inch minimum Gala mostly $22-24, Fuji mostly $21-23, red Delicious mostly $18-20, Golden Delicious mostly $18-20, McIntosh mostly $18-20.

Avocados

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH TEXAS — Crossings (273-246-374) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading Moderate. Prices Higher. cartons 2-layer Hass 32-40s mostly $48.25-50.25,48s mostly $49.25-51.25, 60s mostly $48.25-50.25, 70s mostly $42.25-44.25, 84s mostly $30.25-32.25. Extra services included.

CARIBBEAN IMPORTS — Port of entry: South Florida Imports via Boat — (U-U-U) — Movement expected to decrease. Trading Moderate. Prices Slightly Higher. From the Dominican Republic. Cartons 2-layers 12s-24s Various green skin varieties mostly $34-36. Quality good. (U = unavailable)

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA DISTRICT 2019 CROP — Shipments (79-97-U) — Movement expected to increase slightly. Trading Moderate. Prices Higher. Cartons 2-layer Hass 32-36s mostly $48.25-50.25, 40s mostly $49.25-51.25, 48s mostly $52.25-54.25, 60s mostly $51.25-52.25, 70s mostly $45.25-46.25, 84s mostly $30.25-32.25. Organic cartons 2-layer Hass 48-60s mostly $66.25-68.25. Extra services included. (U =unavailable)

Blackberries

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH ARIZONA, CALIFORNIA AND TEXAS — Crossings (59-54-54) — Movement expected about the same. Trading Very Slow. Prices Lower. Flats 12 6-ounce cups with lids Blackberries mostly $4-5. Quality and condition variable. Many sales booked open with price to be established later.

GEORGIA — Movement expected to increase seasonally. Harvest began May 10. Supplies insufficient to establish a market. Quality variable. The first f.o.b. report is expected to be issued by May 24. FIRST REPORT.

GUATEMALA IMPORTS — Port of entry: South Florida Imports via Air — (U-U-U) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading Moderate. Prices Higher. from Guatemala. cartons 12-6-ounce cups with lids $9-11. (U=unavailable)

SALINAS-WATSONVILLE CALIFORNIA — Movement expected to increase seasonally. Supplies insufficient to establish a market. Quality generally good. The first f.o.b. report is expected to be issued the week of June 2. FIRST REPORT.

 

Blueberries

SOUTH GEORGIA — Shipments (45-54-72) — Movement expected to remain about the same current week, then decrease slightly as some growers will be transitioning from high bush to rabbiteyes. Trading Moderate for fairly heavy supplies. Prices Lower. Flats 12 1-Pint cups with lids large $12-14, Organic large $24-26. 6-ounce cups with lids large mostly $14-16. Includes palletizing and cooling. Quality variable.

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH ARIZONA, CALIFORNIA AND TEXAS — Crossings (36-33-24) — Movement expected to decrease. Trading Slow. Prices Generally Unchanged. Flats 12 6-ounce cups with lids mostly $8-10. Quality variable.

SOUTH AND CENTRAL DISTRICT CALIFORNIA — Shipments (11-14-20) — Movement expected to increase. Trading Moderate. Flats 12 6-ounce cups with lids mostly $10-12. Organic flats 12 6-ounce cups with lids mostly $12-14. Quality generally good.

CENTRAL AND NORTH FLORIDA — Shipments (36-24-13) — Movement expected to decrease sharply as the season has now come to an end. Remaining supplies are very light and in too few hands to establish a market. LAST REPORT.

EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA — Light shipments Under way with more reportable movement expected by the end of the current trade week. Currently, no f.o.b. is being issued.

Cantaloupes

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH NOGALES ARIZONA — Crossings (23-80-109) — Movement expected to increase seasonally. Trading early slow, late fairly slow. Prices 12s much lower, others lower. ½ cartons 9s mostly $9.95, 12s mostly $7.95, 15s mostly $5.95. Quality generally good.

FLORIDA 2019 CROP — Shipments (0-43-95) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading Fairly Slow. Prices Much Lower. Includes palletizing and Cooling. 24-inch bins Athena-type 120s mostly $150, 150s mostly $120. Quality generally good.

IMPERIAL VALLEY CALIFORNIA AND CENTRAL AND WESTERN ARIZONA — Shipments (CA 0-0-1) — Movement expected to increase seasonally. Supplies insufficient and in too few hands to establish a market. Quality generally good. The first f.o.b. report is expected to be issued the week of May 12.

CENTRAL AMERICA IMPORTS — Port of entry: South Florida Imports via Boat — (U-U-U) — Movement expected to decrease. Trading Moderate. Prices Lower. From GUATEMALA, HONDURAS, COSTA RICA ½ cartons 9s $12.95-14.95, 12s $12.95-13.95, 15s mostly $10.95-12.95. Over-sized ½ cartons 9s (6 size) $12-14.95. (U = unavailable)

CENTRAL AMERICA IMPORTS — Port of entry: Southern California Imports via Boat — (U-U-U) — Movement expected to decrease. Trading Moderate. From Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica ½ cartons 9s supply in too few hands to quote , 12s supply in too few hands to quote. Over-sized ½ cartons 9s (6 size) supply in too few quote. (U = unavailable)

GEORGIA 2019 CROP — Light shipments expected to begin by week of May 26 with sufficient volume and number of shippers for first f.o.b. report by week of June 2.

Cherries

SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY CALIFORNIA 2019 CROP — Shipments (0-26-46) — Movement expected to increase. Trading Fairly Active. 16 pound/cartons bagged 9 ½ size mostly $63-68, 10-row size mostly $58-62, 10 ½ size mostly $52-56, 11-row size mostly 48.00-50, 11 ½-row size mostly $30-35, 12-row size mostly $20-28. Some shipments being booked at previously committed prices. Wide range in Prices. Wet weather is expected in the growing region.

Clementines

CHILE IMPORTS — Port of entry: Philadelphia Imports via Boat — (0-0-13) — Movement expected to increase seasonally. Supplies in too few hands to establish a market, FIRST REPORT.

PERU IMPORTS — Ports of entry: Philadelphia and New York Imports via Boat (0-2-1) — Movement expected to increase seasonally. Trading Moderate. Prices Higher. flat cartons 10 3-pound mesh bags 24-32 sz mostly $32-34.

Coconuts

CARIBBEAN IMPORTS — Port of entry: South Florida Imports via Boat — (U-U-U) — Movement expected to increase. Trading Moderate. Prices Slightly Lower. From Dominican Republic, few Guyana 65-70-pounds sacks 40s mostly $22-24. (U = unavailable)

Grapefruit

FLORIDA — Shipments (21-14-9, Includes exports 3-2-1) — Prices not reported. For weeks ending April 6, April 13 and April 20 in that order.

SOUTH AND CENTRAL DISTRICT CALIFORNIA — Shipments Light — Movement expected to increase seasonally. Trading Moderate. Prices Generally Unchanged. 7/10-bushel cartons Shippers First Grade 23-27s $18.98-21.98, 32s mostly $17.98-19.98, 36s mostly $16.98-18.98, 40s mostly $13.98-15.98, 48s mostly $12.98-14.98, 56s mostly $11.98-13.98. Shippers Choice 23-27s mostly $11.98-12.98, 32-36s mostly $12.98-13.98, 40s $11.98-13.98, 48s $10.50-12.98, 56s $9.50-11.98.

Grapes

CHILE IMPORTS — Port of entry: Philadelphia Imports via Boat — (90*-115-37) — Movement expected to decrease as season winds down. Trading Moderate. Prices Higher. 18-pound containers bagged Crimson seedless exlge $20- $22, lge mostly $18 Black seedless exlge mostly $28, lge mostly $26 red globe xlge $18-20, lge16.00-18 Special Storage White seedless-type exlge $40-42, lge mostly $40. (* revised)

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH NOGALES ARIZONA — Crossings (5-17-21) — Crossings expected to increase slightly but remain very light and in few hands. Crop progress is delayed approximately 10-14 days due to unseasonable cool temperatures. Quality variable. Early estimates for the 2019 season are approximately 22 million 18 1-pound cartons, up 50% from the 2018 season. The first f.o.b. report is expected to be issued the week of May 19, when most shippers expect to be fully Under way.

CHILE IMPORTS — Port of entry: Los Angeles Imports via Boat — (12-19-17) — Movement expected to decrease as season winds down. Trading Moderate. Prices White seedless-type and Black seedless higher, others generally unchanged. 18-pound containers bagged Crimson seedless exlge mostly $20- $22, lge mostly $18 Black seedless exlge mostly $28, lge mostly $26 red globe xlge mostly 18.00, lge $16-18 Special Storage White seedless-type exlge $40-42 lge mostly $40 .

Honeydews

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH NOGALES ARIZONA — Crossings (61-90-76) — Movement expected to increase seasonally. Trading Slow. Prices much lower. 2/3 cartons 5s mostly $3.50-4, 6s mostly $3-3.50, 8s mostly $3. Quality variable.

CENTRAL AMERICA IMPORTS — Port of entry: South Florida Imports via Boat — (U-U-U) — Movement expected to decrease. Trading Fairly Slow. Prices Lower. From Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica 2/3 cartons 5s $6.95-8.95, 6s $6.95-9.95. Over-sized 2/3 cartons 5s mostly (4 ) $6.95-8.95. (U = unavailable)

CENTRAL AMERICA IMPORTS — Port of entry: Southern California Imports via Boat — (U-U-U) — Movement expected to decrease. Trading Moderate. Prices Lower. From guatemala, honduras, costa rica 2/3 cartons 5s mostly $7-9, 6s $7-9. Over-sized 2/3 cartons 5s (4 ) $7-9. (U = unavailable)

IMPERIAL AND PALO VERDE VALLEYS CALIFORNIA AND CENTRAL AND WESTERN ARIZONA — Harvest expected to begin in Imperial Valley the week of May 12 followed by Western and Central Arizona the week of May 19. Palo Verde Valley harvest expected to begin the week of June 2. Quality expected to be generally good.

Kiwifruit

CHILE IMPORTS — Port of entry: Philadelphia Imports via Boat — (3*-13-27) — Movement expected about the same. Trading Moderate. Prices Unchanged. 9-kilogram (19.8-pound) containers loose Hayward 25 sz $16-18, 27 sz $16-17, 30 sz $15-17.00, 36 sz $14-16, 39 sz $14-15, 42 sz $13-14. (* revised)

Lemons

SOUTH AND CENTRAL DISTRICT CALIFORNIA — Shipments Fairly Heavy — Movement expected about the same. Supplies 165-200s fairly light. Trading Fairly Active. Prices Generally Unchanged. 7/10-bushel cartons Shippers First Grade 75s mostly $19.95-23.98, 95-115s mostly 21.95-25.98, 140s mostly $25.95-28.98, 165-200s mostly $28.95-32.98, 235s mostly $26.95-30.98. Shippers Choice 75s mostly $15.95-19.98, 95s mostly $16.95-20.98, 115s mostly $17.95-21.98, 140s mostly $19.95-22.98, 165-200s mostly $27.95-31.98, 235s mostly $25.95-29.98. ORGANIC 7/10-bushel cartons Shippers First Grade 75-95s mostly $50.95-61.98, 115-140s mostly $52.95-61.98.

Limes

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH TEXAS — Crossings (199-284*-255) — Movement expected about the same. Supplies 200-230s heavy, 110-150s very light. Trading Slow. Prices 200-250s much lower, 175s lower, others generally unchanged. 40-pound cartons seedless-type 110-150s mostly $38-40, 175s mostly $31-32, 200s mostly $18-20, 230s mostly $12, 250s mostly $8-10. Quality and condition variable. (* revised)

Mangoes

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH TEXAS — Crossings — (136-213*-201) — Movement expected about the same. Trading Fairly Slow. Prices Ataulfo 18-24s generally unchanged, others lower. Flats 1-layer Tommy Atkins 6-7s mostly $5-5.50, 8s mostly $4.50-5, 9s mostly $4, 10s mostly $3.50, 12s mostly $3, 14s $2.50; Ataulfo 12s $7-7.50, 14s mostly $6.50, 16s mostly $5.50-6, 18s mostly $4.50-5, 20s mostly 4.00, 22s $3.50, 24s $2.50-3. Quality variable. (* revised)

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH NOGALES ARIZONA — Crossings (67-87-94) — Movement expected to increase slightly. Trading Ataulfo moderate, others slow. Prices Ataulfo 14s slightly lower,16-22s slightly higher, 12s generally unchanged, others lower. Cartons 1-layer Tommy Atkins 6s mostly $5.50-6, 7-8s mostly $5, 9s mostly $4, 10s mostly $3.50, 12s mostly $3; Haden 7-8s mostly $5, 9s mostly 4.00, 10s mostly $3.50, 12s mostly $3; Ataulfo 12s mostly $6.50-7, 14s mostly $6.50, 16s mostly $6, 18s mostly $4.50-5.25, 20s mostly 3.50-4, 22s mostly $3.50. Quality and condition variable.

CARIBBEAN IMPORTS — Port of entry: South Florida Imports via Boat — (U-U-U) — Movement expected to increase. Trading Moderate. Prices Lower. Haiti Flats one-layer Francis (Francine) 8s-12s mostly $5-6. (U = unavailable)

CENTRAL AMERICA IMPORTS — Port of entry: South Florida Imports via Boat (U-U-U) — Movement expected to decrease. Trading Moderate. Prices 7s-8s slightly lower; others unchanged. GUATEMALA flats 1-layer Tommy Atkins 7s-8s $5-5.50, 9s mostly $5, 10s mostly $4, 12s mostly $3. (U = unavailable)

Nectarines

CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY CALIFORNIA 2019 CROP — Shipments (0-0-0) — Movement expected to increase seasonally as light and sporadic harvest begins. First f.o.b. expected to begin the week of May 27th, 2019.

Oranges

FLORIDA — Shipments (69-66-59, Includes exports 2-2-4) — Prices not reported. For weeks ending April 6, April 13 and April 20 in that order.

SOUTH AND CENTRAL DISTRICT CALIFORNIA — Shipments Moderate — Movement of Navels expected to decrease slightly. Supplies 113-138s fairly light. Trading Moderate. Prices Shippers First Grade 138s and Choice 113-138s higher, others generally unchanged. 7/10-bushel cartons Navel Shippers First Grade 40s mostly $18.95-20.98, 48s mostly $19.98-22.98, 56s mostly $18.95-22.98, 72s mostly $14.95-17.98, 88-113s mostly $11.95-12.98, 138s $10.95-12.98. Shippers Choice 40s mostly $10.95-11.98, 48-56s mostly $10.95-12.98, 72s $9.95-12.98, 88s $9.95-11.98, 113s $10.95-11.98, 138s mostly $9.95-10.98.

Papaya

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH TEXAS — Crossings (57-57*-45) — Movement expected about the same. Trading early slow, late moderate. Prices Slightly Lower. 30-40-pound cartons Maradol-type and 30-35-pound cartons Tainung mostly $15-16. Quality variable. (*revised)

BRAZIL IMPORTS — Port of entry: South Florida Imports via Air — (U-U-U) — Movement expected to remain about the same Trading Moderate. Prices Unchanged. Brazil 3.5 kg containers Solo-type Golden 8s -12s mostly $9.50-10.50. (U = unavailable)

CENTRAL AMERICA IMPORTS — Port of entry: South Florida Imports via Boat (U-U-U) — Movement expected to remain about the same Trading Moderate. Prices Lower. Guatemala. Cartons 30-35-pounds Tianung-type 8s-14s $16-18. (U = unavailable)

Peaches

CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY CALIFORNIA 2019 CROP — Shipments (0-0-0) — Movement expected to increase seasonally as light and sporadic harvest begins. First f.o.b. expected to begin week of May 27th, 2019.

CENTRAL GEORGIA AND SOUTH CAROLINA — Very light shipments reported. Harvest is just beginning to start in GA and SC. Currently no F.O.B. issued until more shippers start and volume increases.

Pears

YAKIMA VALLEY AND WENATCHEE DISTRICT, WASH. — Shipments (91-95-80, Includes exports 32-28-28) — Movement expected to about the same. Trading Moderate. Prices Generally Unchanged. Cartons wrapped Anjou U.S. One 70-80s mostly $21-24.90, 90s mostly $20-24.90, 100s mostly $22-22.90, 110-120s mostly 20-22.90, 135s mostly $20-20.90.

ARGENTINA IMPORTS — Port of entry: Philadelphia Imports via Boat — (15-22-13) — Movement expected about the same. Trading Moderate. Prices 70-80 sz lower, others generally unchanged. 18 kg cartons tray pack Anjou 70-80 sz mostly $26 90 sz $24-26 100 sz $22-24 Williams 70-80 sz mostly $26, 90 sz mostly $24 100 sz mostly $20-22, 110 sz mostly $18.

CHILE IMPORTS — Port of entry: Philadelphia Imports via Boat — (2-7-8) — Movement expected about the same. Trading Moderate. Prices Generally Unchanged. 18 kg cartons tray pack Bosc 70-80 sz mostly $24 90 sz mostly $22, 100 sz $16-20.

Pineapples

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH TEXAS — Crossings (35-38*-30) — Movement expected about the same. Trading Slow. Prices Lower. Cartons 1 layer Golden Ripe 5-7s mostly $6-7, 8s $6-6.50. Quality variable. (* revised)

CENTRAL AMERICA IMPORTS — Port of entry: Philadelphia Imports via Boat (U-U-U) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading Moderate. Prices Unchanged. Costa Rica. Cartons golden ripe one-layer 5s-7s $10-11, 8s $9-10. (U = unavailable)

CENTRAL AMERICA IMPORTS — Port of entry: South Florida Imports via Boat (U-U-U) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading Moderate. Prices Slightly Lower. Costa Rica. Cartons golden ripe one-layer 5s-8s $8-9. (U = unavailable)

CENTRAL AMERICA IMPORTS — Port of entry: Southern California Imports via Boat (U-U-U) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading Moderate. Prices Unchanged. Costa Rica. Cartons golden ripe one-layer 5s $8-9, 6s $9-9.50, 7s mostly $9, 8s 7.00-8.

Raspberries

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH ARIZONA, CALIFORNIA AND TEXAS — Crossings (40-40*-34) — Movement expected about the same. Trading early moderate, late fairly slow. Prices Slightly Lower. Flats 12 6-ounce cups with lids mostly $18. Quality generally good. (* revised)

SALINAS-WATSONVILLE CALIFORNIA — Shipments (0-1-2) — Movement expected to increase seasonally. Supplies in too few hands to establish a market. The first f.o.b. report is expected to be issued the week of May 26. Quality generally good.

Strawberries

SANTA MARIA DISTRICT — Shipments (318-329-354) — Movement expected about the same. Trading early fairly slow, late very slow. Prices Conventional lower, Organic generally unchanged. Flats 8 1-pound containers with lids medium-large mostly $4-5. Organic flats 8 1-pound containers with lids medium-large $10-12. Quality variable. Some sales booked open with price to be established later. Many berries being diverted to freezer and/or processor.

SALINAS-WATSONVILLE CALIFORNIA — Shipments (101-187-269) — Movement expected to increase. Trading early fairly slow, late very slow. Prices Conventional lower, Organic generally unchanged. Flats 8 1-pound containers with lids large mostly $5. Organic flats 8 1-pound containers with lids large $10-12. Some berries being diverted to freezer and/or processing.

OXNARD DISTRICT CALIFORNIA — Shipments (174-130-89) — Movement expected to decrease sharply. Supplies in too few hands to establish a market. Wide range in quality and condition. Many berries being diverted to freezer and/or processing. Light and sporadic shipments expected to continue through May. LAST REPORT.

EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA — Shipments (4-6-6) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading Moderate. Prices Unchanged. Flats 8 1-pound containers with lids medium $11-14. Includes palletizing and cooling.

Tangelos

SOUTH AND CENTRAL DISTRICT CALIFORNIA MINNEOLA TANGELOS — Shipments Very Light — Movement expected to decrease as more handlers finish for the season. Supplies in few hands. Trading Fairly Slow. Prices Generally Unchanged. 7/10-bushel cartons Shippers First Grade 64s mostly $22.95-22.98, 80s $20.95-22.98, 100s mostly $16.98-18.98, 125s mostly $14.95-15.98.

Tangerines

FLORIDA — Shipments (6-4-2, Includes exports 0-0-0) — Prices not reported. For weeks ending April 6, April 13 and April 20 in that order.

Watermelons

CENTRAL AND SOUTH FLORIDA — Shipments (508-698-1,017, Seeded 63-72-94 ; Seedless 445-626-923) — Trading red-flesh seedless 45s Fairly Active, Others Moderate. Prices Generally Unchanged. Some early harvest curtailed due to wet fields. 24-inch Bins Per-pound red-Flesh Seeded 35s $.14-.15. red-flesh seedless 36s $.17-.20, 45s $.20-.21, 60s $.14-.16. Quality generally good.

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH NOGALES ARIZONA — Crossings (737-820-965) — Movement expected to increase. Trading early moderate, late fairly slow. Prices 35 and 45 counts much lower, 60 count lower, Miniature 11s generally unchanged, others slightly lower. red-flesh Seedless-type per-pound 24-inch bins approximately 35 and 45 counts mostly $.12, approximately 60 count mostly $.12-.14, 75-80s mostly .10. red-flesh seedless Miniature carton 6s mostly $8.95, 8-9s mostly $9.95-10.95, 11s mostly $6.95-7.95. Quality variable.

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH TEXAS — Crossings (67-80*-93) — Movement expected to decrease seasonally. Trading Slow. Prices Lower. Red-flesh seedless-type 24-inch bins per-pound approximately 35 and 45 counts mostly $.18, approximately 60 count mostly $.14-.16. Quality variable. (* revised)

IMPERIAL AND COACHELLA VALLEYS CALIFORNIA, WESTERN AND CENTRAL ARIZONA — Shipments (CA 0-0-4) — Movement from California expected to increase seasonally. Central and Western Arizona harvest expected to begin the week of May 26. Supplies insufficient and in too few hands to establish a market. Quality generally good. The first f.o.b. report is expected to be issued the week of May 19.

LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY, TEXAS — Shipments (0-0-3) — Movement expected to increase seasonally. Supplies very light and in few hands. Quality variable. The first f.o.b. report is expected to be issued the week of May 19, when most shippers expect to be fully Under way.