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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -----------------------------------------Tuesday, Auguil 52, 197! THE LETHBRICGE KEHAID 9 Public bearings inlo the es- tablishment of a national egg marketing agency will be held across Canada in September. Tbc announcement was made recently hy Paul iiabey, chair- man of tlic National Farm Pro- duels Marketing Council. The hearings will based on a plan put forward by the Ca- nadian Egg Producers Council. Tbe dates and places arc: Ottawa, Sept. 14, al lire Cana- dian Government Conference Ccnlrc; ings set for egg Mttncton, N.B., Sept. 19, at the Brunswick Hotel: Calgary, Kept. 22, al the Cal- gary Inn. Tbe hearings begin at a.m. local time. Registration will open at a.m. Kolice of intent [o file sub- Field and snap beans soon to be available here Dr. C. A. KEMP I'lanl Breeder I-ctlihritlgc Rcscarcb .Station Field and snap Iwans that mature early and produce high- er yields than the varielies commonly grown may soon be available to growers in south- cm This will be accomplished through the development of varieties that can tolerate the low temperatures that often prevail early in the growing season. Ueans germinate and grow rncU efficiently when the soil and air temperatures are above 05 degrees. Few varieties can tolerate lower temperatures for long periods without being dam- aged. Tn southern Alberta, field beans must be sown between mid-May and early June to en- sure an adequate growing per- iod for the crop to reach ma- turity before fall frosts occur. If low soil and air tempera- tures prevail al seeding lime, germination and subsequent growth may be inhibited and lender new leaves arxl later the flowers may lie destroyed, 'nie weakened plants are usu- ally incapable of Hie rapid de- velopment necessary lo pro- duce and itipport large num- bers of flowers and pods. At the Lcibbridge Research Station we arc continually seek- ing varielies of bearis thai are capable of mainlaniing growth al 50 degrees following emer- gence. One such variely is the green-shell bean Limelight, which was licensed for sale this year. Efforts are now being made lo transfer the low-lemperalure tolerance of Limelight and oth- er varielies to a number of snc.p and field bean varielies. Tbe successful transfer of this tolerance will contribute much to the stability of bean produc- tion in southern Alberta. missions should be Tiled with the National Farm I'roducls Marketing Council no later than Friday, Sept. ft. It is (he first set of hearings into the establishment of a na- tional marketing agency for any farm product since Bill C- 170 was passed by Parliament late last year. The recently-appointed coun- cil has set up headquarters at 165 Sparks Street in Ottawa. "We are pleased that egg producers arc the first lo apply to form a national marketing Mr. Dabey said, "and it is expected that producers of other arm producls will follow soon." There are provincial egg mar- keting boards operating in all 10 provinces, and they partici- pate! in formulating the plan presented hy tho CEPC. "The purpose of our public bearings will be Mr. Babcy said. "First, we will inquire into the merits of establishing a na- tional agency to regulalc the markeling of eggs. "And second, we will review [he markclirig plan proposed by the Canadian Egg Producers Council." Following the hearings, fbe Farm Products Marketing Council will formulaic reeom- mcndalions which will be for- warded lo Agriculture Minister Tiud Olson. "No Sales Tax" in these prices FARM SPECIAL SO ompt. G.P.24c. 24 mo. war. 115 amps. G. P. 36 mo war 12v 70 G.P. 24c. 36 mo. war. 110 ampj. G.P. 24c mo. war....... LETHBRID6E BATTERY CO. 217 12th St. 'D' South Phone 327-5587 _________Dnlnbulors of HART GIOBEUTS DEICO Harves We Have Now Established A For All Lote Model I.H. Combines Now, in nddillon to on, rceular combine partt scrvico wo hove o ipociol ,lotV of IH conl- parti available lo us lo give yo-j even boltor lervlco. Come in and meet Fofls Oept. Slolf and inquire oboul our new "Combine fails Bank" 1 SALES SERVICE ;