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SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER ASSURANCE STAFF

Agricultural Commissioner/Director

David

C. Frieders

Assistant Agricultural Commissioner/ Assistant Director

Sid Baker Agriculture

William Copenheaver, Agriculture Inspector Olga Jerinic, Agriculture Inspector

Rhodora Lino, Agriculture Inspector Lou Sian, Agriculture Inspector

Weights & Measures Inspector of Weights & Measures Marcin Tokarzewski, Inspector of Weights & Measures Stan Toy, Inspector of Weights & Measures Oscar Villamor, Inspector of Weights & Measures Sanda Scarlat, Weights & Measures Trainee Viktor Gruber, Weights & Measures Trainee Dan Brockman, Weights & Measures Trainee

Carmen Kern,

Administration

Jasmin Kai, Clerk

Amy

Typist

Danelle Carey, Clerk Typist Marilyn Martinez, Executive Secretary Harold Powell, Senior Account Clerk Sinclair, Manager of Public Relations & Marketing

Alemany Farmers' Market/ Alemany Antique & Collectibles Market

Gary Gentry, Manager Amalia Martinez, Senior Clerk

typist

Elroy Morgan, Market Staff

Ramon

Sanchez, Market Staff

David

c.

frieders

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BAKER

March 2002

California Department of

Lyons Food and Agriculture

Mayor, Willie L. Brown.

Jr.

Secretary. William (Bill)

The Honorable Board of Supervisors William L. Lee. City Administrator compliance with the provisions of Section 2279 of the California Food and Agricultural Code, I San Francisco County for the calendar year 2001. This report deals with the gross value of production and does not attempt to reflect net farm income nor cost of production and marketing. In

respectfully submit this report of the agricultural production for

I

wish

to

express

my

appreciation to the producers, processors, government agencies and others

contributed the information to

make

this report.

I

would

also like to thank the

members of my

who who

staff

assisted in gathering the information to compile this report.

Respectfully submitted.

David C. Frieders Agricultural Commissioner Director of the Department of Consumer Assurance

AGRICULTURAL

STANDARDS DIVISION 50) CESAR CHAVEZ. SUITE 109A SAN FRANCISCO. CA 94124 PHONE: (4I5| 824 6100 FAX: (4I5|

285 8776

ALEMAN Y MARKETS DIVISION 100 ALEMANf BOULEVARD SAN FRANCISCO. CA 94i PHONE (415| 647-9423 FAX: (415) 643-9514 I

REGULATORY COMPLIANCE WEIGHTS AND MEASURES DIVISION 501 CESAR CHAVEZ, SUITE 109A SAN FRANCISCO. CA 94124

PHONE: (415) 824-6100 FAX (415) 285-8776

NURSERY PRODUCTS And

MISCELLANEOUS FARM PRODUCTS

Crop

Year

Nursery Production Cut Flowers & Indoor Decorative

2000

Miscellaneous Products

Total

Farm

Acres

Gross Value

£5

$913,000.00 $726,600.00

2.0

2001 2000

95 2.0

$1,325,500.00 $1,286,500.00

2001 2000

13.0

$2,238,500.00

$1013,100.00

12.0

Organic Farming

Statistics

Organic Handlers

10

CROP REPORT 2001

Crop

Amount

Area

Gross Value

Nursery Products, Cut Flowers & Indoor Decorative Plants Orchids

Cut

35,500

Rower

750

MaidenHair Fern Cuttings

Sub-Total

sft

sft

566,000.00 2,000.00

28,000

sft

25,000.00

90,000

sft

320,000.00

154,250sft

913,000.00

3.5 acres

Miscellaneous Farm Products Herbs

750

Wheatgrass Vegetable Greens

Bean Sprouts Bean Sprouts Soybean Sprouts Alfalfa

Sprouts

Sub-Total

sft

38,100 sft 8.0 acres 2,500

sft

3,000sft

500.00 30,000.00

295,000.00 220,000.00

3,000sft

16,000.00

3,000sft

109,000.00

50,350sft

670,500.00

9.0

acres

Processed Products Tofu

Green Cabbage Red Cabbage Lettuce(Romaine) Fresh Cut Vegetables

Sub-Total

3,000 sft 4,800 sft

190,000.00

4.800sft

84,000 00 300,000.00

4,800sft

4,800

sft

22,200sft

41,000.00

40,000.00

655,000.00

0.5 acre

Nursery Production

3.5 acres

913,000.00

Miscellaneous

9.5 acres

1,325,500.00

13.0 acres

2,238,500.00

TOTAL

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that

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working cable car system in the world

is in

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'uphill'

nation's only

moving national

historic landmarks, the cable cars

on

still

run

8.8 miles of track along three of their

original hundred-year-old routes.

These

motorless carriages travel by gripping onto the constantly-running underground cable on the ascent and releasing on the

descent. Average speed: 9 1/2 miles per hour. Steepest grade: 21.3%.

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SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY

2 AGRICULTURAL CROP REPORT

SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER ASSURANCE STAFF Agricultural Commissioner/Director

David

C. Frieders

Assistant Agricultural Commissioner/ Assistant Director

Sid Baker Deputy Agricultural Commissioner/ Deputy Director of Weights and Measures

Jay Seslowe Agriculture

William Copenheaver, Agriculture Inspector Olga Jerinic, Agriculture Inspector

Rhodora Lino, Agriculture Inspector Scott Rebert, Agriculture Inspector

Lou

Sian, Agriculture Inspector

Michael Delano, Pest Detection/Trapper

Weights and Measures

Mele Fonongaloa, Inspector of Weights and Measures Roger Keller, Inspector of Weights and Measures Carmen Kern, Inspector of Weights and Measures Marcin Tokarzewski, Inspector of Weights and Measures Stan Toy, Inspector of Weights and Measures Oscar Villamor, Inspector of Weights and Measures Administration

Amy

Jasmin Kai, Clerk Typist Kiernan, Manager of Public Relations & Marketing Marilyn Martinez, Executive Secretary Harold Powell, Senior Account Clerk Alemany Certified Farmers' Market/ Alemany Antique & Collectibles Market

Gary Gentry, Manager Amalia Martinez, Senior Clerk

Ttypist

Elroy Morgan, Market Staff

Ramon

Sanchez, Market Staff

.

Department of

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REGULATORY COMPLIANCE

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AND AGRICULTURAL STANDARDS

SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY

March 2001

Secretary, William (Bill)

Lyons

California Department of Food and Agriculture

Mayor, Willie L. Brown,

Jr.

The Honorable Board of Supervisors William L. Lee, City Administrator

2279 of the California Food and Agricultural Code, I San Francisco County for the calendar

In compliance with the provisions of Section respectfully submit this report

of the

agricultural production for

year 2000. This report deals with the gross value of production and does not attempt to reflect net farm

income nor cost of production and marketing. I

wish

to express

my appreciation to

contributed the information to

make

the producers, processors, this report.

I

would also

government agencies and others who

like to

thank the members of my staff who

assisted in gathering the information to compile this report.

Respectfully submitted,



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David C. Frieders Commissioner Director of the Department of Consumer Assurance

Agricultural

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DIVISION

AUMANYMAMUTS DIVISION

100 AtfMANY BOUtfVASD SAN FXANOSCQ CA 9X1 10

PHONE: PAX: (413) 283-1776

(413) 647-9423 PAX: (413) 643-9314

ItOULATOHY COMPLIANCE

WDOHT5 AND MIASUMS DIVISION SOI CESAR CHAVEZ, SLATE 109 A

SAN FKANCtSGQ CA 94124 PHONE: (415) 824-6100 FAX: (413)

283-8776

NURSERY PRODUCTS

And MISCELLANEOUS FARM PRODUCTS

Crop

Year

Acres

Gross Value

2000

2.0

$726,600.00

1999

25

$759,0000.00

Miscellaneous Farm Products

2000

10.0

$1,286,500.00

1999

1.0

$1,100,600.00

Total

2000

12.0

$2,013,100.00

1999

3.5

$1,859,600.00

Nursery Production Cut Flowers

&

Indoor Decorative

Organic Farming Statistics

Organic Grower Organic Handler

12

PEST MANAGEMENT ACTIVITIES:

GWSS UPDATE: Evidence of

GWSS

nymphal cast parasitized,

skin

empty egg

mass

viable

egg mass

Number

of

Host Material

Amount

Star Jasmine

150 plants

Aspidistra

90 plants

Eucalyptus

6 plants

Ficus

Boxwood

4 plants 40 plants

1

Returned

Eucalvotus

45 plants

1

Authorized Treatments

Disposition

Rejections

Released

Released Released Released

PEST EXCLUSION ACTIVITIES: Pest Interceptions

:

A-Rated Pests = 50 and Q-Rated = 21

HIGH RISK MARKET AND TERMINAL INSPECTIONS: Number

Amount

Material Rejected

Aglaonema

Disposition

Destroyed/

plant

1

of

Rejections 1

returned

Avocado

8

Cherimoya

35

lbs.

Destroyed

Citrus(FL origin)

50

lbs.

Destroyed

Guava

Destroyed

lbs.

1

Destroyed

lbs.

1

Destroyed

plant

1

11.6 lbs

Mango

24

Rosemary

1

Destroyed/ returned

Tulip bulbs

1

Destroyed/

box

returned

1box

Cut Cordyline, Fern

Destroyed

Cut Maple, Ornamental Pear

1

Destroyed/

3

3 wreaths

Cut Juniper

returned

Destroyed/

box

1

returned

NURSERY SHIPMENTS: A-RATED PESTS ARMORED SCALE CHRYSANTHEMUM WHITE RUST LESSER SNOWY SCALE

Beaucarnea guatemalan

of

Disposition

1

Authorized treatments

Chrysanthemum

200 plants

1

Destroyed

Chamaedora costaricana (Bamboo Palm)

80 plants

1

Authorized Treatments

20 plants

1

Authorized Treatments

x~

Authorized Treatments

Chamaerops

(Rhapis

humilis

(Fan

Palm)

Cocus spp. (Coconut)

Howea

forsterana

(Kentia

Palm)

Phoenix robellini (Pygmy Date Palm) Strelitzia nicolai

(Bird of

Paradise)

RED WAX SCALE

Number

Rejections

30 plants

(Ponytail Palm)

Rhapis excelsa Palm)

MAGNOLIA WHITE SCALE

Amount

Material Rejected

Chamaedora elegans (Neanthebella Palm)

2 plants

1

Destroyed

seed

12 plants

1

Authorized Treatments

217 plants

20

Authorized Treatments

268 plants

9

Authorized Treatments

1000 plants

8

Authorized Treatments

Amount

Material Rejected

BIG-HEADED ANT GRACILLARIID

Dracena marginata Bucida buceras

MOTH

(black

olive)

Number

of

Rejections

Disposition

12 plants

1

Authorized Treatments

65

4

Authorized Treatments

plants

KATYDID(egg mass)

Phoenix robellini (Pygmy Date Palm)

2 plants

1

Authorized Treatments

SNAIL

Phoenix robellini (Pygmy Date Palm)

29 plants

2

Authorized Treatments

SOFT SCALE

Spathiphyllum

spp.

40

plants

1

Authorized Treatments

TRILOBE SCALE

Spathiphyllum

spp.

30 plants

1

Authorized Treatments

CROP REPORT 2000

Crop

Gross Value

Area

Nursery Products Cut!lower & Indoor Decorative

Orchids

661,000.00

28,000 Sq 45.000 Sq'

$ $

25,600.00 40,000.00

92,661 Sq'

$

726,600.00

500 Sq' 500 Sq'

Cut Flower MaidenHair Fern

1

Cuttings

Miscellaneous Farm Products Herbs Wheatgrass Vegetable Greens

Bean Sprouts Soybean Sprouts Alfalfa

$

19,561 Sq'

Fruits

750 Sq'

$

500.00

38,100 Sq' 374,616 Sq' 5,500 Sq'

$

30,000.00

$ $

515,000.00 16,000.00 110,000.00

418,966 Sq'

$

671,500.00

3,000 Sq' 4,800 Sq'

7.800 So'

$ $ $ $ $

190,000.00 41,000.00 84,000.00 300,000.00 615,000.00

acres

$

Sprouts

Processed Products Tofu

Green Cabbage

Red Cabbage Lettuce(Romaine)

Nursery Production Miscellaneous

TOTAL

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$

726,600.00

9.8 acres

$

1,286,500.00

11.9 acres

\$

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FRANCISCO'S

SAN

Cliff House photograph courtesy of San Francisco

THE HISTORIC Four

CLIFF

Memories

—www. sanfranciscomemories.com

HOUSE IS

AN ICON of San Francisco's elegant past.

different variations of this building

have stood on the

cliffs

Rocks, at the northwest corner of San Francisco. The original est structure built

was

by Masters Butler and Buckley

sold to millionaire philanthropist

Sutro

1894.

spent

tion tower.

was

House

in 1863. In 1881, the Cliff

Adolph Sutro.

over $50,000 to rebuild the

beautifully renovated structure

overlooking Seal

House was a mod-

Cliff

It

was destroyed by

Cliff

House in

fire in

1896.

The

8 stories tall with spires and a large observa-

The building was magnificent and very popular with San Franciscans

and visitors from around the world. The building survived the 1906 earthquake with little

damage but was destroyed again by massive

Emma

had the

Cliff

original srtucture.

and

it

was

fire in 1907. Sutro's

Two world wars and the Depression left the

sold in 1952 to a

its

restaurant are open to the public and

National Recreation Area.

It is

San Francisco's magnificent

it is

House in neglect

Cliff

gentelman named George Whitney.

It

several times and later sold to the National Park Service in 1977.

House and

daughter

House rebuilt in 1909 into a more simple design, similar to the

was remodeled

The current

Cliff

part of the Golden Gate

a very popular tourist destination and a symbol of

past.

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JUL 25 199B SAN FRANCISCO

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CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND WEIGHTS AND MEASURES David C. Frieders

Fred

Agricultural Commissioner

Director of Weights and Measures

Secretary,

W. Crowder

Assistant Agricultural

Commissioner

Assistant Director of Weights and Measures

Anne Veneman

California Department of Food and Agriculture

Mayor, Willie Brown

The Honorable Board of Supervisors William Lee Chief Administrative Officer In compliance with the provisions of Section 2279 of the California

Food and

of the

agricultural

production for San Francisco County for the calendar year 1995.

This report

Agricultural

Code,

I

respectfully

submit

this

report

deals with the gross value of production and does not attempt to reflect net farm

income nor cost of production and marketing.

I

wish

to express

my

agencies and others

would also

like to

appreciation to the producers, processors, government

who

contributed the information to

thank the members of

my

staff

who

make

this report.

I

assisted in gathering the

information to compile this report.

Agricultural Commissioner/Director

Department of Agriculture 501 Cesar Chavez, Suite 109San Francisco, CA 94124 (415)285-5010

Alemany Farmer's Market 100 Alemany Blvd. San Francisco, CA 94110 (415) 647-9423

Weights and Measures 501 Cesar Chavez, Suite 109-A

San Francisco, CA 94124 (415)285-5012

SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Agricultural Commissioner/Director of Weights

& Measures

David C. Frieders Assistant Agricultural Commissioner

Fred W. Crowder Agricultural Inspectors

William Copenheaver Rhodora Lino Jay Seslowe

Weights

& Measures Inspectors

Granville Brooks

Roger Keller

William Alejandro Administrative Support Staff

Agriculture/Weights and Measures

Amy Romero

Marilyn Martinez

Alemany

Certified Farmers'

Market

Market Manager Christine

Adams

Administrative Support

Amalia Martinez

Market Elroy

Morgan

Staff

Ramon Sanchez

NURSERY PRODUCTS and

MISCELLANEOUS FARM PRODUCTS

Crop

Year

Acres

Gross Value

1995

3.75

$

563,600.00

1994

3.00

$

475,000.00

1995

6.4

$ 1,229,400.00

1994

0.2

$ 2.533.000.00

Nursery Production

Cut Flowers

&

Indoor Decoratives

Miscellaneous Farm Products

Total

*

The cover of this

1995 1994

years Annual Crop Report depicts Coit Tower.

3 1223 06257 7359

$1,793,000.00 $3,008,000.00

PEST PREVENTION ACTIVITIES Pest Exclusion

PEST FINDINGS

RATING

22

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GYPSY MOTH INSPECTIONS

49

Organic Farming

Statistics

REGISTERED ORGANIC

HANDLERS

14

PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO

COMMERCIAL FISH CATCH 1994 ••SUPPLEMENT TO CROP REPORT

COMMODITY

YEAR

POUNDS

Herring

1994 1993

3,215,630

1994 1993

178,000

S

98,000

S

Halibut, California

1994 1993

177,719 218,000

S 444,420 $ 522,000

Salmon, chinook

1994 1993

129,205

S 287.187 $ 401,000

1994 1993

328,055

450,000

$ 249,403 S 209,000

1994 1993

463,269

$

1,300,000

$ 435,000

1994 1993

41,433

$

18,000

$

62,000

Sole, petrale

1994 1993

139,874

S

171,000

$

115.354 129.000

Thorneyheads

1994 1993

185,433

S

114,062

453,000

S 204,000

1994 1993

55,004 84,000

$ 109,376 S 438,000

1994 1993

151,759 364.000

$ $

122,000

1994 1993

167,680

$

71,523

184.000

$

72,000

1994 1993

161,405

624,000

$ 365,000 S 260,000

1994 1993

277,966

$

66,121

362.000

$

34,000

1994 1993

261.427

$

1,100,000

63,006 S 323,000

Rockfuh, bolina

1994

27.979

$

62,266

English sole

1994

157,909

$

61,020

Tuna, albacore

1994

61,219

$

51,756

Other

1994 1993

809,405

$ S

402.785 462.000

1994 1993

7,421.550

Crab, dungeness

Sabelfish

Rockfish,

chili

pepper

Swordfuh

Herring, roe on kelp

Rockfuh, red

Ungcod

Rockfuh, unspecified

Northern Anchovy

Sole,dover

TOTAL

'Source of figures California Department of Fish and

10.500,000

135,000

1.150.000

17.681,000

Game

VALUE $ 1,620.700 $7,400,000 928,880 172,000

180,132

150.460

94,886

$5,140,300 $11,394,000

Coit

Tower

*

Coit Tower, a fluted, reinforced concrete column,rises 180 feet above Telegraph

views of the Bay Area from an observation gallery was Henry Howard, working for the firm of Arthur Brown, Jr., which created San Francisco's City Hall and Opera House. Contrary to popular belief, it was never intended to resemble a fire hose nozzle. Howard's simple, vertical design was selected because it best created a monumental statement given the small site and small budget of $125,000, and because it complemented the proportions of the hill. The tower rests on a base Hill

and

offers magnificent

at its top.

Its

architect

originally intended to be a restaurant housing temporary exhibitions.

looking top-heavy

,

the shaft

is

To avoid

18" narrower in diameter at the top than at the

bottom, a refinement which required shaving the wooden forms used for

pouring the top concrete sections.

The

flutes give strength to the design

and

The tower, with its symmetrical and sleek linearism, achieves a successful union of classicism and Art Deco. It was completed in 1933.

lead well into the series of arches at the top. simplicity

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San Francisco County Agricultural Crop

Report 1996

DOCUMENTS JUN 17

DEPT.

1997

SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC LIBRARY

CI1YAND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

AND WEIGHTS AND MEASURES David

C Frlederi

Agricultural Commissioner

Director of Weights and

Secretary,

Mea cures

Ann M. Veneman

California Department of Food and Agriculture

Mayor, Willie

Brown

L.

Jr.

The Honorable Board of Supervisors William L. Lee City Administrator In compliance with the provisions of Section 2279 of the California Food and Agricultural Code, I respectfully submit this report of the agricultural production for San Francisco County for the calendar year 1996. This report deals with the gross value of production and does not attempt to reflect net farm income nor cost of production and marketing.

I

wish to express

my appreciation to the producers, processors, government

agencies and others

would also

like to

who

contributed the information to

thank the

make

this report.

the information to compile this report.

Respectfully submitted,

David C. Frieders Agricultural Commissioner Director of Weights and Measures

Department of Agriculture SOI Cesar Chavez, Suite 109-A San Fraud ico, C'A 94124 (415)285-5010

I

members of my staff who assisted in gathering

Aletnany Farmer's Market

100 Aletnany Blvd.

CA 94110 (415)647-9423

San Francisco,

Weights and Measures 501 Cesar Chavez, Suite 109-A SanFrandsco.CA 94124 (415) 285-5012

SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Agricultural Commissioner/Director of Weights and Measures

David

C. Frieders

Agricultural Inspectors William Copenheaver Rhodora Lino Jay Seslowe

Weights and Measures Inspectors

Roger Keller David Leung Lourdes Sian Administrative Support Staff

Harold Powell Accountant

America Romero Weights and Measures

Marilyn Martinez Agriculture

Alemany

Certified Farmers'

Market

Karol Jo Koppel

Market Manager

Amalia Martinez Administrative Support

Market Elroy Morgan

Staff

Ramon Sanchez

Public Service Trainee

Weights and Measures Guillermo Rocha

Morgan Yow

Pest Detection

Jason Lee

NURSERY PRODUCTS and

MISCELLANEOUS FARMPRODUCTS

Crop

Year

Acres

1996

4.00

$ 701,500.00

1995

3.75

$

563,600.00

1996

0.5

$

940,000.00

1995

6.4

$ 1,229,400.00

Gross Value

Nursery Production

Cut Flowers

&

Indoor Decoratives

Miscellaneous

Farm Products

Total

*

The cover of this

1996 1995

years Annual Crop Report depicts

$ 1,641,500.00

$1,793,000.00

The Palace Of Fine

Arts.

PEST PREVENTION ACTIVITIES

Pest Exclusion

RATING

PEST FINDINGS

A Q

19

4

GYPSY MOTH INSPECTIONS

59

Organic Farming

Statistics

REGISTERED

ORGANIC

GROWERS

2

ORGANIC HANDLERS

12

(3

POSITIVE FIND)

FORT OF SAN FRANCISCO COMMERCIAL FISH CATCH 1995 'SUPPLEMENT TO CROP REPORT

COMMODITY

Crab, dungeness

Sainton, chinooh



MiaiiDut,

caltjomxa

saoeijisn

Thorney heads

YEAR

POUNDS

1995

5,476,640

$ 5,247,730

1994

3,215,630

$ 1,620,700

1995

655,730

$

1425,430

1994

178,000

$

928,880

1995

443,330

S 834,988

1994

129,205

$ 287,187

1995

225 839

1994

177,719

$ 444,420

1995

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1994

328,055

$ 461,974 $ 249,403

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1994

185,433

$

114,062

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72 738

Swordfish 1994 Rochfish, chili pepper

tSole,

petrale

Rochfish, unspecified

Lingcod

English sole

Rochfish, bolina

jnvmng, rue un netp

nocKjisn, rea

Tuna, alb ac ore

Northern Anchovy

Other

TOTAL

$ 2 9,382 $ 150,460

41,433

t 17.1 lift

1995 1994

Sole, dover

VALUE

463,269

1999

111

1994

261,427

1 ooc 1999

19D,

180,132

$

t <<;a a Aft

$

63,006

IO

J

14I,3o-l

1994

139,874

$

115,354

1770

273,904

1994

161,405

1995

167,594

S

84,516

1994

167,680

$

71,523

1995

229,706

$

89,908

1994

157,909

$

61,020

/

$ 123 720 $ 365,000

oo<

25,944

$

67,104

1994

27,979

$

62,266

1995

31,300

$

63488

1994

55,004

1

1995

85,176

1994

151 759

1995 1994

$ 109,376


94 ««6

29,447

$

22,203

61,219

$

31, /Do

1995

1,948

$

779

1994

277,966

$

66,121

1995

1,315,531

1994

809,405

$ 402,785

1995

11,009,440

$10,423,221

1994

7,421,550

$ 5,140,300

** Source of figures California Department of Fish and

$

Game

610,246

Palace of Fine Arts *

dream across a pond dotted with exotic ducks is the huge, and colonnade of Bernard Maybeck's Palace of Fine Arts. This Beaux Arts hallucination was built for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition and outlasted the temporary materials it was originally made of. It was replicated and simplified in reinforced concrete

Floating like a

free standing rotunda

between 1962-1975.

It

took philanthropist, Walter

S.

Johnson,

who

lived

and loved the building, plus a 1959 city bond issue and matching funds from the State of California to raise the money to preserve this a architectural extravagance for San Francisco.

across the street

*

from "San Francisco

-

The Ultimate Guide" by Randolph Delehanty

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San Francisco County Agricultural Crop

Report 1997

d6cume**ts dept.

JUN 1

1

1998

SAN FRANCISCO luBL'.C

LIBRARY

CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND WEIGHTS AND MEASURES David C. Frieders

Sid E. Baker

Agricultural Commissioner

Assistant Agricultural

Director of Weights and Measures

Secretary,

Commissioner

Director of Weights and Measures

Anne Veneman

California Department of Food and Agriculture

Mayor, Willie L. Brown

Jr.

The Honorable Board of Supervisors William L. Lee City Administrator

2279 of the California Food and Agricultural San Francisco County for the calendar year 1997. This report deals with the gross value of production and does not attempt to reflect net farm income nor cost of production and marketing. In compliance with the provisions of Section

Code,

I

wish

who

I

respectfully submit this report of the agricultural production for

to express

my

appreciation to the producers, processors, government agencies and others

contributed the information to

make

this report.

I

would

also like to thank the

members of

my staff who assisted in gathering the information to compile this report. Respectfully submitted,

,

David C. Frieders Agricultural

Commissioner

Director of Weights and Measures

Department of Agriculture 501 Cesar Chavez, Suite 109-A

San Francisco, (415) 285-5010

CA

94124

Alt-many Farmer's Market 100 Alt-many Blvd.

San Francisco,

CA

(415) 647-9423

94110

Weights and Measures 501 Cesar Chavez, Suite 109-A

San Francisco,

CA

94124

(415) 285-5012

SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY DEPAR TMENT OF A GRICUL TURE

Agricultural Commissioner/Director of Weights

David

and Measures

C. Frieders

Assistant Agricultural Commissioner/Director of Weights

and Measures

Sid Baker

Agriculture William Copenheaver, Agricultural Inspector

Rhodora

Lino, Agricultural Inspector

Integrated Pest Management

Jay Seslow

-

IPM Coordinator,

Agricidtural Inspector

Pest Detection Octavia Jolley

Weights and Measures Roger Keller, Inspector of Weights and Measures David Leung, Inspector of Weights and Measures Lou Sian, Inspector of Weights and Measures Guillermo Rocha, Public Service Trainee/Device Inspection

Morgan Yow, Public

Service Trainee/Device Inspection

A dministration Marilyn Martinez, Executive Secretary

Harold Powell, Accountant Clerical Support

Jackie Daries, Clerk Typist

Amy Romero, Megan Alemany

Clerk Typist

Miller, Office Assistant

Certified

Farmers' Market/Alemany Flea

Karol Jo Kappel, Manager Clerical Support Amalia Martinez

Market Staff Elroy Morgan

Ramon Sanchez

NURSERY PRODUCTS and

MISCELLANEOUS FARM PRODUCTS

Crop

Year

Acres

Gross Value

1997 1996

2.21

$

482,200.00

4.00

$

701,500.00

1.0

$ 1,128,840.00

0.5

$

Nursery Production

Cut Flowers

&

Indoor Decoratives

Miscellaneous Farm Products

Total

1997 1996

1997 1996

The cover of this years Annual Crop Report

940,000.00

$ 1,611,040.00

$1,641500.00

depicts

The Palace Of Fine

Arts.

PEST PREVENTION ACTIVITIES

Pest Exclusion

PEST FINDINGS

RATING

16

A

3

Q

GYPSY MOTH INSPECTIONS

117

Organic Farming

Statistics

REGISTERED

ORGANIC

GROWERS ORGANIC HANDLERS

(NO POSITIVE FIND)

1

14

POR T OF SAN FRANCISCO

COMMERCIAL FISH CA TCH 1997 "SUPPLEMENT TO CROP REPORT

COMMODITY Herring,

Roe

YEAR

POUNDS

VALUE

1997

16,898,300

$ 10,851,800

1996

7,635,120

9,092,300

1997

722,290

1,554,490

1996

540,418

992,584

Herring, roe on kelp

1997

182,401

1,133,780

1996

146,298

Salmon chinook

1997

796,249

1996

53U953

658,194

Halibut, California

1997

381,713 237*675

576^328

1997

127,206

782,187

1996

118,765

808,055

Sabelfish

1997 1996

433,996

638,430

516,126

606,001

Rockfish, chili pepper

1997

629,612

248,093

1996

745,671

298,027

Swordfish

1997

81,065

247,631

1996

108,392

378,793

Rockfish, unspecified

1997

575,590

237,723

1996

615,068

249.863

Sole, dover

1997

941,048

207,343

1996

1,171,490

284,390

1997 1996

194,493

178,822

245,111

223,159

1997

234,898

172,265

1996

394,818

314,848

1997

374,786

133,726

1996

519,155

189,613

1997

239,225

119,371

1996

245,101

123,455

Rockfish, bolina

1997

57,305

117,096

1996

44,032

104,202

Tuna, albacore

1997

156,576

117,055

1996

92,813

82,890

Sole, English

1997

271,440

94,291

1996

283,392

109,417

Other

1997

1,893,163

1995

1,851,210

813,266 717,943

TOTAL

1997

25,191,356

$ 19,581,627

1996

16,042,608

$ 16,098,959

Crab, dungeness

1996

Prawn, spot

Sole, petrale

Thorneyheads, longspine

Rockfish,

widow

Lingcod

*

OR}J,UUV fififl ,VO

850,598

1997 figures are prelimary

'Source of figures California Department of Fish and

288,897 11

Game

The Palace of the Legion of Honor the

more famous Legion d'Honneur

is

a white-pillared

in Paris. It

twin of

was built from a

donation from the wealthy San Franciscan Spreckels family in 1920, and dedicated on is

arguably the best

Abraham

Lincoln's birthday in 1921. It

museum in San Francisco,

beautifully located,

with the romantic setting, graceful architecture and colonnaded courtyard with Rodin's Thinker in the middle combined to lend a truly elegant impression.

Its

permanent collection includes a

strong Renaissance influence, represented with the works of Titian, El Greco and sculpture from Giambologna.

Rembrandt and Hals Dutch and Flemish Money.

The

Great canvases by

are highlights of the seventeenth-century

collection, as

is

Ruben's magnificent Tribute

impressionist and post-impressionist galleries contain

works by Courbet, Manet, Monet, Renoir, Degas and Cezanne, and there

is

also

one the of world's finest assemblies of Rodin

sculptures, with bronze, porcelain Athlete, Fugit

and stone pieces such

Amor, The Severed Head ofJohn

Angel, as well as a small cast of The Kiss.

the Baptist

as

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and Fallen

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SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Agricultural Commissioner/Director of Weights

and Measures

David C. Frieders Assistant Agricultural Commissioner/Director of Weights

and Measures

Sid Baker

Deputy Agricultural Commissioner/Director of Weights and Measures Jay Seslowe Agriculture William Copenheaver, Agricultural Inspector

Rhodora Lino, Agricultural Inspector John Burchfield, PST/Agricultural Inspector Trainee Kate Gilroy, PST/Agricultural Inspector Trainee

Manjuma Naicker, PST/Agricultural Inspector

Trainee

Weights and Measures Roger Keller, Inspector of Weights and Measures Lou Sian, Inspector of Weights and Measures Dereje Alemayehu, Inspector of Weights and Measure Trainee Morgan Yow, inspector of Weights and Measure Trainee Administration Marilyn Martinez, Executive Secretary Harold Powell, Senior Account Clerk Jackie Dories, Senior Clerk Typist

Mele Fonongaloa, Clerk

Typist

Jasmin Kai, Clerk Typist

Megan Miller,

Amy Romero, Alemdny

Clerk Typist

Clerk Typist

Market/Alemany Flea Gary Gentry, Manager

Certified Farmers'

Amalia Martinez, Senior Clerk Typist Elroy Morgan, Market Staff Ramon Sanchez, Market Staff

NURSERY PRODUCTS And MISCELLANEOUS FARM PRODUCTS

Crop

Year

Acres

Gross Value

Nursery Production

1998 1997

2.50

$446,600.00

2.21

$482,200.00

Cut Flowers & Indoor Decoratives

Miscellaneous Farm

1998

1.0

$1,521,000.00

Products

1997

1.0

$1,128,840.00

Total

1998

$1,967,600.00

1997

$1,611,040.00

Organic Farming Statistics

Organic Grower

1

Organic Handler

12

PEST PREVENTION ACTIVITIES

PEST DETECTION 365

traps

were deployed with 3,079 traps servicings for exotic insect pests: Fruitfly, Mexican Fruitfly, Oriental Fruitfly, Melon Fly, Gypsy Moth, and

Mediterranean

Japanese Beetle.

PEST EXCLUSION Number Inspected

Terminal Inspections Express Carriers

13,787

Post Office

16,530

2,599

Airfreight

Seafreight

124

Truck Household Goods (Gypsy Moth)

135

106

Pest Interceptions

A-Rated Pest: 23 Magnolia White Scale Pseudaulacaspis cockerell Eastern Tent Caterpillar

Q-RatedPest: 6 Spiraling Whitefly

16

2

Malacosoma amencanum Chrysanthemum White Rust

1

Puccinia horiana

Gypsy Moth

1

Lymantria dispar Lesser

Snow

Ant Technomyrmex albipes Mealy Bug Pseudococcides sp.

1

Oriental Stinkbug

1

Plauta

Scale

1

Pinnospis strachani

Coconut Scale

1

Aspidiotus destructor

Red Imported

Fire

Ant

1

Solenopsis invicta

EXPORT CERTIFICATION Federal Phytosanitary Certificates Issued

-

State Phytosanitary Certificates

-

Certificate

of Quarantine Compliance

3

Aleurodicus dispersus

-

238 298 26

stali

1

SAN FRANCISCO INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

In 1996 the Board of Supervisors passed Ordinance Chapter 39 of the San Francisco Administrative Code. The legislation mandates San Francisco City and County Departments to adopt IPM policies, and reduce or eliminate pesticide use on all property owned by San Francisco. San Francisco Airport in San Mateo County, Camp Mather in Mariposa County and various bay area properties managed by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission are all required to follow ordinance mandates. The San Francisco Agricultural Commissioner's

Office

has assisted City/County Departments

San Francisco practices

in

City

in

implementing

this

ordinance.

and County Departments have modified pest

control

the following ways:



Exclusive use of baits



Flea traps as monitoring devices



Wildflower planting



Solorization in flower



Golden Gate Park Conservatory Golden Gate Park Weed flamers to reduce herbicide use Implemented date, pest, site, applicator and pesticide specific computer data base system for all City and County pesticide applications Eliminated all pesticides on California's Prop 65 and the USEPA list of known, suspected or probable carcinogens Posting of pesticide applications 4 days prior to use; permanent signs for baits and right of way After 2000, only pesticides from approved list will be used on City and County

• •









in structural

property

offices

way median strips on San Francisco beds for weed control in Golden Gate Park

in right

of

Biological control projects in the

Introduction of Barn

pest control

in city

Owls

in

city streets

San Francisco City Hall has often been referred to as

"The Crown Jewel" of the

finest

ensemble of classical architecture in

was originally opened

America.

It

in 1915,

and

is

now designated

national landmark. as

Many

a

regard

it

one of the most important

buildings in America. architect

The

was Arthur Brown

also designed

who

Jr.

San Francisco's Opera

House, Veterans Building, Temple

Emanuel, Coit Tower and 50 United Nations Plaza.

The

first

passes

three

The

thing one notices

two

full city blocks.

hundred and

building

six feet

itself totals

is

the massive size of City Hall

dome

Its

one of the

over 500,000 square

Prieta earthquake.

largest in the world, rising

above the civic center national historic

In 1989, City Hall, along with

Loma

is

which encom-

The

many other

engineers

district.

feet.

buildings,

was damaged in the

recommended

a base isolation

system to strengthen the building against future damage. During an

earthquake the massive separates the building it

enters the structure

installation

dome

acts as a

pendulum.

A base isolation system

from the ground, thus interrupting the energy before

and

of rubber and

accelerates the

dome. This

steel discs (base isolators)

is

done with the

under each column.

A four-foot moat around the building allows it to move side to being attached to the earth. City Hall

is

now

without

the largest base isolated

building in the world and the only isolated national landmark.

been designed to remain in operation even

side

It

has

now

after a great earthquake.

Construction work on the seismic system began in March of 1995 and

now complete.

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ASSURANCE REGULATORY COMPLIANCE

CASF

AND AGRICULTURAL STANDARDS

SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY

DOCUMENTS DEPT.

Secretary, William (Bill)

Lyons

California Department of

Food and Agriculture

Mayor, Willie

L.

Brown,

MAY

Jr.

1

2000

SAN FRANCISCO

The Honorable Board of Supervisors

PUBLIC LIBRARY

William L. Lee City Administrator

In compliance with the provisions of Section

2279 of the California Food and Agricultural Code,

respectfully submit this report of the agricultural production for

I

San Francisco County for the calendar

year 1999. This report deals with the gross value of production and does not attempt to reflect net farm

income nor cost of production and marketing.

I

wish to express

my

appreciation to the producers, processors, government agencies and others

contributed the information to

make

this report.

assisted in gathering the information to

compile

I

would

also like to thank the

members of my

who who

staff

this report.

Respectfully submitted,

David C. Frieders Agricultural

Commissioner

Director of Department of

Consumer Assurance

AGRICULTURAL

STANDARDS DIVISION 501 CESAR CHAVEZ, SUITE 109 A SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94124

PHONE:

|415| 824-6100 FAX: (415) 285-8776

ALEMANY MARKETS DIVISION 100 A IE MANY BOULEVARD SAN FRANCISCO, CA 941 1 PHONE: (415) 647-9423 FAX: (415) 643-9514

REGULATORY COMPLIANCE WEIGHTS AND MEASURES DIVISION 501 CESAR CHAVEZ, SUITE SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94124 PHONE: |4I5) 824-6100 FAX: (415) 285-8776

109A

NURSERY PRODUCTS And

MISCELLANEOUS FARM PRODUCTS

Crop

Year

Acres

Gross Value

Nursery Production Cut Flower & Indoor Decorative

1999 1998

2.50

$759,000.00

2.21

$446,600.00

Miscellaneous Farm

1999

1.0

$1,100,600.00

Products

1998

1.0

$1,521,000.00

Total

1999

2.50

$1,859,600.00

1998

2.21

$1,967,600.00

Organic Farming

Statistics

Organic Grower

1

Organic Handler

12

PEST PREVENTION ACTIVITIES

PEST DETECTION 365

traps

Fruitfly,

were deployed with 3,079 traps servicing

Mexican

Fruitfly, Oriental Fruitfly,

for exotic insect pests: Mediterranean

-Melon Fly, Gypsy Moth, and Japanese

Beetle.

Pest Interceptions, A-Rated Pests =23 and Q-Rated=10

Number of Amount

Material Rejected

329

Sezchuan Pepper Dried Kaffir Lime Leaves

lbs.

C Ihc 1A

Fresh Lime Leaves

5

lbs.

73

Tejocote

n-7

lbs.

Rejections Disposition

54

Destroyed

c D

Destroyed

1

Destroyed

2

Destroyed

Citrus (FL origin)

8 boxes

8

Destroyed/returned

Litchee

529

4

Destroyed

Guava

33

lbs.

2

Destroyed

Longan

15

lbs.

1

Destroyed

Sweet Limes (Mexican

origin)

Avocado (Dominican & FL

lbs.

119

lbs.

3

Destroyed

115

lbs.

2

Destroyed

origin)

Cut Areca Palm

9 Fronds

3

Destroyed

Cut Juniper

6 wreaths

6

Destroyed

Rice Straw

6 boxes of

3

Destroyed

1

dolls

Nursery Shipments Dracaena marginata stump Phoenix

Authorized Treatments 1

plant

1

robelinii

77 plants

2

Strelitzia Nicolai

10 plants

1

Dracaena fragrans

160 plants

1

Chamaedorea

30 plants

1

300 plants

2

sp.

FL hybrid

Limnobium laevigatum (FrogBit)

Destroyed

SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER ASSURANCE

A gricultural Commissioner/Director ofDepartment of Consumer Assurance David C. Frieders Assistant Agricultural Commissioner/Assistant Director

of Consumer Assurance

Sid Baker

Deputy Agricultural Commissioner/Director of Weights and Measures Jay Seslowe

A griculture William Copenheaver, Agricultural Inspector

Rhodora Lino, Agricultural Inspector

PST/Agricultural Inspector

Kate Gilroy,

Trainee

Manjuma Naicker, PST/Agricultural Inspector

Trainee

Scott Rebert, Pest Detection/Trapper

Weights and Measures

Roger Keller, Inspector of Weights and Measures Lou Sian, Inspector of Weights and Measures Oscar Villamor, Inspector of Weights and Measures Trainee Mele Fonongaloa, Inspector of Weights and Measures Trainee Morgan Yow, Inspector of Weights and Measures Trainee

A dministration Marilyn Martinez, Executive Secretary

Harold Powell, Senior Account Clerk

Amy Kiernan, Public Relations Coordinator Amy Romero, Clerk Typist Jasmin Kai, Clerk Typist

Alemany

Market/Alemany Antique Gary Gentry, Manager

Certified Farmers

&

Amalia Martinez, Senior Clerk Typist Elroy Morgan, Market Staff

Ramon

Sanchez, Market Staff

Collectibles

Market

m In April 2000, the Giants

Park. Just a short

on the

is

their

new

ballpark, Pacific Bell

walk from downtown San Francisco and located

City's scenic waterfront, the ballpark will return baseball to

the heart of a city

It

opened

a classic

amenities of

which has almost 150 years of baseball

urban ballpark with an old-time

modern

ballparks.

Fenway Park and modeled Jacobs Field and Coors

It is

inspired

after Oriole

Field.

feel

and

by Wrigley

Park

at

history.

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