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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta KllUtt1 Jilt; UA1LV J1KKALU .SATURDAY, MAY 1, OF INTEREST TO THE c- to the required sUudard, 41ic grow- PI- ts usalu visited at. or alter liar- vesl timo and insiwelicu mudo ot the tubwc to ascertain to ex- tent, It suy, diseases such as Common Rh'toctonln, etc, aro present Should this final inspection prove sal isfactory, itlie potatoes are graded aj grower in that.lt (remit-all; reveals to hlui loss .which he Is incurririg by tho of 'discakeUj seo3, aud is also 9 means of putting Mm in touch with th8 grower from whom It would, be- advisable, to obtain a. supply of "Certifltjd Ssed I'otatoes" 'as outlined a love. GKO. PARTRIDGE, ml: titiE early and uiaXiog the corn i growth ot aud weeds into _ followed good probably the choice seme farmers. Such.a practice is in Kmilage from oats anil i valuable Iu two'ways. It Is'f'ood for aero weight at the College lias jean be' profitably followed on fanns been around to 10 tons per aero, or in'estcJ wild outs. One Urmtr i about u> 3 tons.'If cured :is (we know of who Is following Oils corn cannot be grown, the winter feed i crop. problem is vcrv scute. Oats ..._ ......_ _. Many men are now recognizing tho be grown, oats and peas are'sitag, desirability of succulent feed fo'i for Ihe months, nail 01 many each year there was available crop or crops which tho could be filled. discast-'s such as Leaf Holl and MoKilc, which have proven to be responsible c-onirol ofi Department of Agriculture ami. rusillutlonalifound to be sufficiently vigorous and; 0 freo from serious diseases, other pests and foreign varieties to warrant them, Our investigations have shown that ensilage 'can tic made out of practical- ly any of our farm crcps. 'varying in value it is true, but nevertheless, they can be made into ensilaga that can bo well saved, and demonstrate tho fact that ive are not dependent upon (he corn crop .alone tor ensilage production. Os-ing to' the fact thai it is TIOS- This a mixture that ran he in practically, all sections ot 'Manitnlu. Some difficulty, may be experienced on certain soils iu gelling Ihe peas to hold tbcir oivsi when sown in a mixture, and as far as yields are con- cerned, it'may bo more satisfactory lo sow.tho-two crops alone although this! Potatoes. oTiv'' tlicl- On tlio other.ha4d, if a field falls; l-ic-ence of tneso diseases lies in the in tho field inspection lo measure up; of the. Erowii'S H to the. rcQuirud standard owing to ,A iknhviniis iiat ii order to ascertain presence ot a larger percemago ofi tlce in Manitoba says that ho ot trcedom from lui'oases or impure varieties thau isl not attempt to farm .without a silo. iri anv crop, iu-j allowed, it is given n6 further constd-j T. Sudan grass its; rtjou necessity commence I oration lt should be- pointed out, h.owever, that marie into-ensilage have a tendency to caiise scouring of sweet, anil has a jteMiltar'attrac- aronra. U 'savc-3 rcadHy in the silo, and except lor yield, it would be "placet as the best eusflage crop. The yield on the College (arm for a-three- year average has-varied 5 to 11 tons per aero green weighl-l have always used a'general I crop, sowing It In six-inch drills Hkej grafu, but H Is worth trying as an! ntertilled crop as a substltulo for! !allow. The price'of seed, ho waver. I is at present rather prohibitive, and] as H Is a hot climate crop, Us useful- j ness in the West may be, limited to1 6 few favorable districts. S. account of the diffi- culty in curing millet and its uapalata- biHty as hay. we :find that we 'can utilize IhU crop more" saflrfactorily as Ensilage made fioni mil- let saves ;well, and is fairly, palatable, but rather high in crude At rye or OATS sown in tho iiHervenln drills. The'opening the'grain "dri immediately, in line with the openin in the grass seeder', which-is so-wiu as yet the slage of maturity at which tne clover, is stopped Ivith a piece o fou so (hat every d every titth drl 1869 Branches 1920 Ihe crop should cut for the or cardboard, s sUsge.' Sunflowers PTC a difficult' our Mill, will safeguard and-relieve them ot'dutlog might onerous lo them. Intcrrlows and Inrilod. The British Canadian Trust Co. PHONE 1843 War Bond Interest Coupons and Cheques Cashed Free, llio Merchants Bank will cash al! War Loin coupons or interest cheques when due, OH presentation, without making any charge whatever for Iho service. If you Imve not a Savings Account, why r.ot uso your interest money to open one with This Bank T ATTRACTIVE oh Government Municipal and School J Bouds can be by buying tliev present prevailing prices. We investors to make all possible purcbaaea nou ami co.Secure lite present interest _ rates for a long period. W. ROSS-ALGER and COMPANY. Investment Bankers 515 MACLEAN BLOCK CALGARY m-f Head Office: Montreal. OF UTHBRIDCE BRANCH, -CANADA, EsubfUhtd R J. DJNNING, Muiagec Fij In n.amitig tlie Executor of y bur .will, great care should be 'vi- exsrciseci 1 Modprn Trtiat Companies combine with Uie exv.oriciice In THE MANAGEMENT OF ESTATES will, lia Bind lo discuss the imltcr of your -Will with Correspondence invited. you, Itie Iruste sfid Guarantee Company, Ibnlteil CALGARY AND LETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA BANK OF COMMERCE BUILOINO, J. W. MeNICOL, IN8PEQTOR. Public Administrator and Official AJitgnee for the District! Maclcod, Medicine Hat, Ctlgary, ned Deer, ;