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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, February 25, 1975 Hay and seed contest in Calgary, Lethbridge Concluded from Page 11 News from Russia was received the other day which may relieve.some of the pressures on food production. The Russians have perfected a relatively new cereal breeding principle to develop a new form of tritikale, a hybridization to combine the hereditary properties of three plants soft wheat, durum wheat NEXT EDITION "THE CHINOOK' Will appear in The Lethbridge Herald TUESDAY, MARCH 4th Advertisers are reminded that the dead- line for adveTtisements is Wednesday, Feb. 26th. The Lethbridge Herald and rye. A tritikale is man made and can't be duplicated by nature. It works on the principle of chromosomes in each partner plant make up durum rye providing one tritikae and soft wheat rye providing another. The Russians claim their latest work produces more protein, indispensable amino acids, higher winter hardiness and complex resistance to virus and other diseases as well as lodging. Higher yields were also reported. In a discussion with plant breeder Ruby Larson of the Lethbridge Research Station, it was noted tritikale is not new. Different forms of the man made cereal have been around for about 30 years. But some of the earliest work on tritikale was done by scientists at the Univer- sity of Manitoba in Win- nipeg who recognized the potential for further work. One draw back ap- parently is the susceptibili- ty to Ergot which devalues the crop in general. The Calgary Seed Pair and Hay Show unwraps its program the end of February with more than in prize money for 33 awards plus special awards making this bigger and better than previous years. With the deadline for hay entries well past, the deadline for seed entries was Monday. If you missed these deadlines, there is a similar seed and hay show in Lethbridge March 5 to 8 at Ag Expo and the deadline is not until March 1. The Alberta Charolais Association has announced formation of the Alberta1 Charolais Breeders Marketing Corporation. Offices for this new cor- poration are at the Alberta Charolais Association building, Box 99, Red Deer. DUNCAN ALUMINUM CO. LTD. Phone 327-0421 BIG WINTER SALE 40 Year Warranty houu up to cooltr in lummtr Hvlpt to prefect Acts at a sound home from sweating barrier, muffltt walls noiivt Attend Southern Alberta's Big Winter Show AG-EXPO'75 "Keeping Man Alive" (NO ADMISSION CHARGE) March and ATTHE LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION COMPLEX 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Wednesday thru Saturday SEED COMPETITION AND DISPLAY NUTRITION DISPLAYS FARM ANIMAL PAIR 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 ;