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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, February 11, 1975-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD-7 No substitute for certified seed WINTERIZE NOW TRY OUR SERVICE DEPARTMENT FOR THE ONE SPECIAL REOT LIMITED DEAL MID-WINTER TUNE-UP SPECIAL Plugs, points, condenser, compression check, set carburetor, scope check on motor, check charging and starter systems, in- cludes parts. Gcyl. 31 00 8cyl. 43 LOO BATTERIES All makes Models 25% upKrinr nintnrs OFF (TABER) ALTA. Rsmnmbnc: listen better and act" Call lor Appointment today Phil Cnvm, Strvin Minigir 223-3537 By Dr. M. R. HANNA Forage Breeder Continuing a tradition that has been carried on for many years, the federal minister of agriculture will declare March as Good Seed Month. This declaration supports the annual cam- paign by the Canadian Seed Growers' Association to promote the use of cer- tified seed. To pedigreed seed producers and others close- ly associated with the work of the CSGA, the advan- tages of using certified seed are so obvious that a promotional campaign may seem unnecessary. Unfortunately, large quantities of non pedigreed seed are still be- ing planted under the mis- taken impression that us- ing cheap seed saves money.. Many farmers fail to appreciate the impor- tance of using certified seed which is the final product derived from a carefully planned pedigreed system. It is particularly dis- heartening to plant breeders, whose life work is devoted to the develop- ment of improved varieties of agricultural crops, if these varieties are not used. Their superiority over other varieties in yield, disease resistance, and other characteristics have been proven and carefully documented. The pedigreed seed production system guarantees that the farmer will benefit from the work of the plant breeder. The producer who buys cer- tified seed is assured not only of a variety of proven performance but also of seed that meets the highest standards of purjty and germinability. The advantages of using certified seed of the recommended forage legumes and grasses are not always as evident as they are for cereals and other.crops. This is because the quality and sometimes the yield of hay, pasture, or silage, are often not readily deter- mined. DUNCAN ALUMINUM CO. LTD. Phone 327-0421 BIG WINTER SALE 40 Year Warranty house up to cooler in summer Curt fuel coits at much 30% in winter Helps to protect Acts at a sound home from sweating barrier, muffles walls outside noises Attend Southern Alberta's Big Winter Show AG-EXPO '75 "Keeping Man Alive" (NO ADMISSION CHARGE) March and AT THE LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION COMPLEX 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Wednesday thru Saturday SEED COMPETITION AND DISPLAY DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES-MARCH 1 NUTRITION DISPLAYS FARM ANIMAL FAIR SHORT COURSES GIANT FARM MACHINERY SHOW DISPLAYS FROM ALL TYPES OF BUSINESS AND GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS FASHION SHOWS Presented By Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce, Alberta Agriculture, Lethbridge and District Exhibition Association ;