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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 domestic and international shipping points for the fresh market. Protective services are extra unless otherwise stated.

Shipments are in 1,000 cwt. for weeks ending Sept. 15-Sept. 22-Sept. 29.

Apples

YAKIMA VALLEY AND WENATCHEE DISTRICT, WASH. — 2017 crop shipments (409-314-194, Includes Exports 115-92-51) — Movement of 2017 crop expected to decrease. Trading moderate. Prices Fuji 72-88s lower, others generally unchanged. Washington Extra Fancy carton tray pack red Delicious 72-88s mostly $17-19, 100s mostly $16-18, 113s mostly $15-17, 125s $15-17; Fuji 72-88s mostly $17-19, 100s mostly $15-17, 113s mostly $14-16; granny smith 72-80s $18- $22, 88s mostly $16-18, 100s mostly $15-17, 113s mostly $14-16, 125s mostly $12-14.

YAKIMA VALLEY AND WENATCHEE DISTRICT, WASH. — 2018 crop shipments (559-641-683, includes Exports 72-107-118) — Movement expected to increase. Trading moderate. Prices Gala and Honeycrisp lower, others generally unchanged. Washington Extra Fancy carton tray pack Golden Delicious 72s $26-28, 80-88s mostly $23-25, 100s mostly $20-22, 113s mostly $18-20; Gala 64-88s mostly $20-22, 100s mostly $17- $19, 113s $16-18, 125s $16-18; Honeycrisp 64-72s s mostly $52-56.90, 80-88s mostly $53-57.90, 100s mostly $48-52.90, 113s mostly $40-44.90; Organic Gala 72-88s mostly $30-34, 100s $22- $26.

MICHIGAN — Shipments (56-80*-119) — Movement expected to increase slightly the harvest peaks and all packing sheds are working. Trading fairly active. Prices Gala slightly higher, Honeycrisp slightly lower, others generally unchanged. Prices U.S. Extra Fancy cartons tray pack Gala 100s mostly $27-30, Macintosh 88s $25- $28, Honeycrisp 80s mostly $54-62, red Delicious 80s mostly $24, 12 3-pound film bags 2 ½-inch minimum Gala and Fuji $19- $22, red Delicious, McIntosh and Jonathan $17-19, Golden Delicious mostly $16-19, Honeycrisp mostly $38-45. *revised.

NEW YORK — Shipments (70-80-94) — Movement expected to increase seasonally. Trading active. Prices generally unchanged. Cartons U.S. Extra Fancy 12 3--pound film bags 2 ½-inch minimum Gala mostly $20-22; McIntosh mostly $18-20; Empire mostly $18-20; Cortland mostly $18-20; Ginger Gold mostly $18-20; Honeycrisp mostly $45-48. Cartons U.S. Extra Fancy tray pack Gala 80s-88s $27-29, 100s mostly $23-26; McIntosh 80s-88s mostly $25.50-27; Empire 80s-88s mostly $25-26; Cortland 72s- 88s mostly $26; Ginger Gold 80s-88s mostly $25-26; Honeycrisp 80s-88s mostly $65-70.

SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY CALIFORNIA — Shipments (42-42-39) — 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 granny smith mostly $18.90-20.90. Cartons U.S. Extra Fancy tray pack granny smith 80s-88s $30.90-32.90, 100s $22.90-26.90, 113s $20.90-24.90.

APPALACHIAN DISTRICT (MD-PA-VA-WV) — Shipments (35-38-38) — Movement expected about the same. Trading moderate. Prices Honeycrisp lower, others about unchanged. Cartons tray pack U.S. Extra Fancy Ginger Gold 72s-88s mostly $24.00, Gala 72s-88s mostly $28.00-30, Honeycrisp 72s-88s $59.00-66; cartons 12-3-pound film bags Ginger Gold mostly $19.00-20, Golden Delicious mostly $19.00-20, red Delicious mostly $19.00-20, Gala mostly $21.75-22, and McIntosh $21.00. Currently harvesting Golden Delicious, Cortland, Jonagold, Jonathan, McIntosh, and a few red Delicious and September Wonder.

NEW ENGLAND — Shipments (4-6-8) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Too few open market sales to establish a market.

WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA — Light movement Under way, however, late frost and hail damage during the growing season have delayed harvest. Some apples being diverted to processors. varieties include Ginger Gold, Gala, Golden Delicious, and red Delicious. Currently, no f.o.b. is being issued.

 

Avocados

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH TEXAS — Crossings (432-389-288) — Crossings expected to remain about the same. Trading slow. Prices 84s generally unchanged, others lower. Cartons 2-layer Hass 32 mostly $40.25-42.25, 36s mostly $40.25-42.25, 40s mostly $32.25-34.25, 48s mostly $29.25- $31.25, 60s mostly $28.25-30.25, 70s mostly $27.25-29.25, and 84s mostly $20.25-22.25. Extra services included.

SOUTH DISTRICT CALIFLORNIA — Shipments (67-53-**) — Movement expected to decrease. Some shipments will continue thru October Supplies in too few hands to establish a market LAST REPORT. **data unavailable. Extra services included.

PERU — Imports — (41-10-28) — Imports via boat. Movement expected to decrease seasonally. Port of entry: Philadelphia. Trading fairly slow. Supplies insufficient and in too few hands to establish a market. LAST REPORT.

SOUTH FLORIDA — Shipments (12-10-11) — Supply light. Movement expected to increase. Trading moderate. Prices 2-layers higher; 1-layer unchanged. Cartons 1-layer 8-12s mostly $13-15; cartons 2-layers 24s mostly $26- $28. Predominant varieties are Bernecker, Miguel and Nesbitt; few Tonnage. Quality good.

 

Blackberries

SALINAS-WATSONVILLE, CALIFORNIA DISTRICT — (13-12-10) — Movement expected to decrease. Trading slow. Prices lower. Flats 12 6--ounce cups with lids Blackberries mostly $10. Wide range in quality and condition.

CENTRAL AMERICA IMPORTS — Imports (3-5-2) — Imports via air from Guatemala. Movement expected to remain about the same. Port of entry: South Florida. Trading moderate. Prices lower. Cartons 12 6-ounce cups with lids Blackberries mostly $10.

 

Blueberries

PERU — Shipments (16-10-10) — Imports via boat. Movement expected to increase slightly. Ports of entry: Philadelphia and New York and Los Angeles. Trading very active for very light supplies. Prices too few new sales to establish a market. Wide range in quality.

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH ARIZONA, CALIFORNIA AND TEXAS — Crossings (2-2-3) — Movement expected to increase. Trading very active. Flats 12 6-ounce cups with lids $26-28. Quality variable.

ARGENTINA/URUGUAY — Shipments (0-0-0) — Imports via air. Movement expected to increase as harvest increases. Port of entry: Miami. Cool and wet weather continues to slow maturity. Expect reportable volume within the period. Current supplies are very light and in too few hands to establish a market.

 

Cantaloupes

SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY, CALIFORNIA — Shipments (510-453-345) — Movement expected to decrease. Trading early fairly active, late very active. Prices much higher. ½ cartons 9s and 12s mostly $9.95-10.95; Organic 9s and 12s mostly $10.95-12.95. Quality generally good.

CENTRAL AND WESTERN ARIZONA — Harvest expected to begin in Central Arizona the week of October 7. Western Arizona harvest is expected to begin the week of October 14. Quality expected to be generally good. FIRST REPORT

 

Cranberries

ALL PRODUCTION AREAS — Shipments light — Movement expected to increase as more growers begin harvest in production regions. Wholesale prices at the New England Produce Center on Monday, October 1, 2018: cartons 24 12-ounce film bags MA Early Black medium $20.

 

Grapefruit

SOUTH AND CENTRAL DISTRICT CALIFORNIA — Shipments Light — Movement expected to decrease as most handlers have finished. Supplies in too few hands to establish a market. Light and sporadic shipments are expected to continue through the week of October 7. LAST REPORT

 

Grapes, table

KERN DISTRICT, CALIF. — Shipments (692-753-796) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading fairly slow. Prices lower. 19-pound containers bagged Scarlet Royal large-extra-large mostly $14.95-16.95, medium-large $10.95-14.95, Organic mostly $22.95; red seedless large-extra-large mostly $16.95, medium-large mostly $14.95; Autumn King large-extra-large $14.95-17.95, medium-large $10.95- $14.95; red globe large-extra-large $16.95-18.95; White seedless-type large-extra-large mostly $15.95-16.95, medium-large mostly $13.95-14.95. Extra services included.

SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY DISTRICT, CALIF. — Shipments (126-121-120) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading fairly slow. Prices Autumn Royal generally unchanged, others lower. 19-pound containers bagged Scarlet Royal large-extra-large mostly $14.95-15.95, medium-large mostly $11.95-13.95; red seedless large-extra-large mostly $16.95, medium-large mostly $13.95-14.95; Autumn Royal large-extra-large mostly $16.95-18.95; White seedless-type large-extra-large mostly $15.95-16.95, medium-large $12.95-14.95. Extra services included.

 

Honeydews

SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY, CALIFORNIA — Shipments (201-166-134) — Movement expected to decrease. Trading early moderate, late very active. Prices much higher. 2/3 cartons 5s and 6s mostly $8-8.50, 8s mostly $7-8. Quality generally good.

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH NOGALES, ARIZONA — Crossings expected to begin from Sonora, Mexico the week of October 7. Quality expected to be variable. The first f.o.b. report is expected to be issued the week of October 21. FIRST REPORT

CENTRAL AND WESTERN ARIZONA — Harvest expected to begin in Central Arizona the week of October 14. Western Arizona harvest is expected to begin the week of October 21. Quality expected to be generally good. FIRST REPORT

 

Kiwifruit

CHILE — Imports — (19-5-9) — Imports via boat. Movement expected to decrease. Port of entry: Philadelphia. Trading moderate. Prices 39s and 42s lower, others unchanged. 9 kg (19.8-pound) containers loose Hayward 25s thru 30s mostly $16; 33s and 36s mostly $14-15; 39s mostly $13-14; and 42s mostly $12-13.

 

Lemons

CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AND ARIZONA* — Shipments Light — Movement expected to increase seasonally. Trading moderate. Prices lower. 7/10-bushel cartons Shippers First Grade 75s mostly $39.80-43.80, 95-115s mostly $41.80-45.80, 140s mostly $38.80-42.80, 165-235s mostly $36.80-40.80; Shippers Choice 75s mostly $31.80-35.80, 95-115s mostly $34.80-38.80, 140s mostly $33.80-37.80, 165s mostly $31.80-34.80, 200s mostly $28.80-32.80, 235s mostly $26.80-30.80. *revised district

CHILE — Imports — (77-46-50) — Imports via boat. Movement expected to decrease seasonally. PORT OF ENTRY: PHILADELPHIA AREA Trading fairly slow. Prices lower. 17 kg cartons Marked Fancy 75s and 95s mostly $34; 115s and 140s $28-32; 165s mostly $22-24; and 200s mostly $18-20.

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH TEXAS — Crossings (56-37*-43) — Movement expected about the same. Trading moderate. Prices much lower. 7/10-bushel cartons Marked Choice 75s mostly $22-24, 95-165s mostly $23-25, 200s mostly $22-24. Quality variable. Most present shipments from prior bookings and/or previous commitments. *revised

 

Limes

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH TEXAS — Crossings (183-230-213) — Movement expected about the same. Trading 110-150s fairly active, others moderate. Prices 175-200s and 250s lower, others generally unchanged. 40-pound cartons seedless-type 110-150s mostly $18-20, 175s mostly $16, 200s mostly $12-14, 230s mostly $10-12, 250s mostly $7-9. Quality and condition variable.

 

Mangoes

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH NOGALES, ARIZONA — Crossings (54-25-40) — Movement expected to decrease sharply as most shippers are finished for the season. Supplies insufficient and in too few hands to established a market. Quality and condition variable. Lighter crossings expected to continue through the week of October 7. LAST REPORT

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH TEXAS — Crossings (73-31-14) — Movement expected to decrease sharply as most shippers are finished for the season. Supplies in too few hand and insufficient to establish a market. Quality variable. Light and sporadic crossings expected to continue thru October 6. LAST REPORT

BRAZIL, ECUADOR and PERU — Imports (45-16*-4) — Imports via boat. Movement expected to increase. Port of entry: Philadelphia. Trading moderate. Prices lower. Flat one-layer Tommy Atkins 7s-10s mostly $7.50- $7.75, 12s mostly $7. *revised.

 

Nectarines

CENTRAL AND SOUTH SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY — Shipments (35-27-15) — Movement expected to decrease as some shippers have finished for the season. Trading moderate. Prices generally unchanged. Cartons 2-layer tray pack Various yellow-flesh varieties 48-50s mostly $17.95-18.95. 25-pound carton loose 54-56 size mostly $16.95-18.95, 60-64 size $15.95- $16.95. Various White-flesh varieties 2-layer tray pack 48-50s mostly $18.95. 25-pound carton loose 54-56 size mostly $16.95-18.95, 60-64 size mostly $15.95-16.95, 70-72 size mostly $13.95-15.95. Extra services included. Primary varieties Honey Royal, Fire Sweet and Honeylicious.

 

Oranges

SOUTH AND CENTRAL DISTRICT CALIFORNIA — Shipments Moderate — Movement expected about the same. Trading 113-138s active for light supplies, 72- 88s moderate, others fairly slow. Prices generally unchanged. 7/10-bushel cartons Valencia Shippers First Grade 48s mostly $16.80-18.80, 56s mostly $17.80-19.80, 72s mostly $19.80-22.80, 88s $23.80-24.80, 113s mostly $28.80- $29.80, 138s mostly $27.80-29.80; Shippers Choice 48-56s mostly $14.80- $16.80, 72s mostly $17.80-18.80, 88s mostly $22.80-24.80, 113s mostly $27.80- $29.80, 138s mostly $27.80-28.80; Organic Shippers First Grade 56s mostly $34.80-38.80, 72-88s mostly $33.80-37.80, 113s mostly $30.90-33.80. Movement of Navel is expected to begin the week of October 21.

CHILE — Imports — (73-76-135) — Imports via boat. Movement expected to decrease. Port of entry: Philadelphia. Trading moderate. Prices higher. Cartons 9 3-pound bags Navel $18-20; 15 kg cartons Navel 40s thru 56s $16-18; 64s and 72ss $14-16; 88s mostly $16 and 113s $18-20.

SOUTH AFRICA — Imports — (2-0-0) — Imports via boat. Movement expected to decrease on Navels and increase on the Valencia seedless variety. Port of entry: Philadelphia. Trading moderate. Prices 40s thru 56s lower, others generally unchanged. Cartons 9 3-pound bags Navel $18-20; 15 kg cartons Navel 40s thru 56s $16-18; 64s and 72s $14-16; and 88s mostly $16.

 

Papayas

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH TEXAS — Crossings (47-47-37) — Movement expected about the same. Trading moderate. Prices Maradol-type slightly lower, others generally unchanged. 30-40-pound cartons Maradol-type mostly $18-20; 30-35-pound cartons Tainung $16-18. Quality variable.

GUATEMALA — Imports (6*-12-14) — Imports via boat. Movement expected to remain about the same. Port of entry: South Florida. Trading moderate. Prices unchanged. Cartons 30-35-pounds Tainung-type 8s-14s $17-18. Quality generally good. *revised.

BRAZIL — Imports — (3*-2-**) — Imports via boat. Movement expected to remain about the same. Port of entry: South Florida. Trading moderate. Prices unchanged. Cartons 3.5-kilogram Solo-type (Golden) 9s-12s mostly $9.50- $10.50. Quality generally good. *revised. **unavailable.

 

Peaches

CENTRAL AND SOUTH SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY — Shipments (120-145-122) — Movement expected to decrease as more shippers finish for the season. Trading moderate. Prices generally unchanged. Cartons 2-layer tray pack Various yellow-flesh varieties 40-42s $17.95-18.95, 48-50s $16.95- $18.95. 25-pound carton loose 48-50 size $17.95-18.95, 54-56 size $16.95- $17.95, 60-64 size $14.95-16.95. Cartons 2-layer tray pack Various White-flesh varieties 40-42s $19.95-19.95, 48-50s $17.95-19.95. 25-pound carton loose 48-50 size $16.95-17.95, 54-56 size mostly $16.95, 60-64s mostly $14.95-15.95. Extra services included. Primary varieties Summer Flame 29, Zee Lady and Sweet Dream.

 

Pears

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA INCLUDING SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY — Shipments (65-53-51) — Movement expected to decrease seasonally. Trading moderate. Prices bartlett 40-pound wrapped 70s and Bosc Golden 100s generally unchanged, others slightly lower. bartlett 40-pound cartons wrapped U.S. 1 70s mostly $20-24, 80s $20, 90s $18-19, 100s $18, 110s $17-18, 120s $17-18. bartlett 36-pound cartons tight fill U.S. 1 90 size $17, 100 size mostly $16, 110 size $15-16, 120 size $15-16. Bosc Golden 40-pound cartons wrapped U.S. 1 70s mostly $24-28, 80s mostly $24-28, 90s mostly $24-26, 100s mostly $24-28, 110s mostly $21-24, 120s mostly $20-23. Organic bartlett 40-pound cartons wrapped U.S. 1 70s $32-36, 90s mostly $32-34.

YAKIMA VALLEY AND WENATCHEE DISTRICT, WASH. — 2018 CROP Shipments (120-112-138, Includes Exports 33-25-31) — Movement expected about the same. Trading moderate. Prices lower. Cartons wrapped bartlett US One 70- 80s $27-29, 90s mostly $25-27, 100s mostly $23-25, 110s mostly $20-22, 120s mostly $19-21, 135s mostly $18. Bosc 70- 90s $28-30.90, 100s mostly 26-28.80, 110s mostly $24-26.90.

 

Pineapples

CENTRAL AMERICA IMPORTS — Imports (341*-233*-134) — Imports via boat. Movement expected to remain about the same. Primarily Costa Rica. Port of entry: Philadelphia. Trading moderate. Prices 5s and 6s lower; others unchanged. Cartons one-layer Golden Ripe 5s mostly $10-11, 6s mostly $10-11, 7s mostly $10-11, 8s $9. Port of entry: South Florida. Trading moderate. Prices 5s-7s lower; 8s unchanged. Cartons one-layer Golden Ripe 5s-7s mostly $11.50-11, 8s mostly $9-10. Port of entry: Southern California. Trading moderate. Prices unchanged. Cartons one-layer Golden Ripe 5s-8s mostly $9-10. Quality good. *revised.

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH TEXAS — Crossings (23-18-27) — Movement expected about the same. Trading early moderate, late fairly active. Prices slightly higher. Cartons 1-layer Golden Ripe 5-7s $9-10, 8s mostly $8-9. Quality variable.

 

Plums

CENTRAL AND SOUTH SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY — Shipments (11-11-9) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading Moderate. Prices Various Black varieties 30-35 size and 40-45 size and Various red varieties lower, others generally unchanged. 28-pound carton loose Various Black varieties 30-35 size mostly $18.95-21.95, 40-45 size mostly $17.95-20.95, 50-55 size mostly $14.95-16.95, 60-65 size mostly $12.95-14.95, 70-75 size $10.95-13.95. Various red varieties 40-45 size mostly $16.95-18.95, 50-55 size mostly $14.95-16.95. Extra services included

 

Pomegranates

SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY CALIFORNIA — Shipments (0-3-2) — Supplies expected to increase seasonally as shippers begin harvesting. The first f.o.b. report is expected to be issued the week of October 1.

 

Raspberries

SALINAS-WATSONVILLE, CALIFORNIA DISTRICT — Shipments (33-31-28) — Movement expected to decrease. Trading fairly slow. Prices slightly lower. Flats 12 6-ounce cups with lids red mostly $14. Quality generally good.

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH ARIZONA, CALIFORNIA AND TEXAS — Crossings (5-6*-12) — Movement expected to increase seasonally. Trading slow. Flats 12 6-ounce cups with lids $12-14. Quality variable.

 

Strawberries

SALINAS-WATSONVILLE, CALIFORNIA DISTRICT — Shipments (286-263-253) — Movement expected to decrease. Trading very slow. Prices lower. Flats 8 1-pound containers with lids medium mostly $6-8. Includes palletizing and cooling. Organic flats 8 1-pound containers with lids medium $8-10. Wide range in quality and condition.

SANTA MARIA, CALIFORNIA DISTRICT — Shipments (118-132-144) — Movement expected about the same. Trading very slow. Prices lower. Flats 8 1-pound containers with lids medium-large mostly $8-9, medium mostly $7-8. Includes palletizing and cooling. Organic flats 8 1-pound containers with lids medium-large and medium mostly $8-10. Wide range in quality and condition.

OXNARD, CALIFORNIA DISTRICT — Shipments (6-17-46) — Movement expected to increase. Trading early fairly slow, late slow. Prices lower. Flats 8 1-pound containers with lids medium-large mostly $10. Quality generally good.

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH TEXAS DISTRICT — Crossings expected to begin the week of October 14. Supplies insufficient to establish a market. Quality variable. The first f.o.b. report is expected to be issued the week of October 21.

 

Tangerines

CHILE — Imports — (278-309-452) — Imports via boat. Movement expected to remain about the same. Port of entry: Philadelphia. Trading moderate. Prices 32 and 36 size lower, others unchanged. Flat cartons 10 3-pound mesh bags W. Murcott Afourer 20 size thru 28s size mostly $28.50; 32 size mostly $26; and 36 size mostly $22-24.

PERU — Imports — (46-33-18) — Imports via boat. Movement expected to decrease. Ports of entry: Philadelphia and New York. Trading moderate. Prices lower. Flat cartons 10 3-pound mesh bags W. Murcott Afourer 24 size thru 28 size mostly $26-28; 32 size $24-26.

 

Watermelons

SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY, CALIFORNIA — Shipments (329-234-177, Seedless 324-231-173, Seeded 5-3-4) — Movement expected to decrease. Trading seedless active, Miniature moderate. Prices generally unchanged. 24-inch bins per-pound red-flesh seedless-type approximately 35-60 counts mostly $.19-.20. red-flesh seedless Miniature cartons 6s and 8s $9.95-10.95; Organic 6s $12.95-14.95, 8s and 9s mostly $14.95. Quality generally good.

TEXAS** — Shipments (TX 168-103-76, Seedless 155-98-76, Seeded 13-5-0) — Movement expected to decrease seasonally. Trading fairly active. Prices generally unchanged. 24-inch bins per-pound red-flesh seedless-type approximately 35 and 45 counts mostly $.18-.20, approximately 60 count mostly $.16-.18. Quality generally good. Most present shipments from prior bookings and/or previous commitments at lower prices. Oklahoma shippers are finished for the season. Texas shipments include West Texas and Central Texas. **revised district

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH TEXAS — Crossings (58-28-56) — Movement expected in increase seasonally as more shippers begin. Supplies in too few hands to establish a market. First f.o.b. report is expected to be issued the week of October 7. Quality variable. FIRST REPORT

DELAWARE, MARYLAND, VIRGINIA — Shipments (84-59-50, Seeded 1-1-0, seedless 83-58-50) — Supply insufficient and too few new sales to establish a market. LAST REPORT.

SOUTHWEST INDIANA AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS — Shipments (141-117-47, Seeded 4-3-0, seedless 137-114-47) — Movement expected to decrease as most growers finish the season. Trading fairly slow. Prices generally unchanged. 24-inch bins per-pounds. red-flesh seedless 45s $.18-.20, 60s $.15-.17. Quality generally good.

MICHIGAN — Shipments (124-90-36, Seeded 4-2-0, seedless 120-88-36) — Movement expected to decrease as growers finish for the season. Supply insufficient and in too few hands to establish a market. LAST REPORT.

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH NOGALES, ARIZONA — Crossings (11-11-20) — Movement expected to increase seasonally, with additional shippers expecting to begin the week of October 7. Supplies in too few hands to establish a market. Quality variable. The first f.o.b. report is expected to be issued the week of October 14.