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Washington Court House Record Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Washington Court House, OhioMore taboos for pesticides farm drainage goes modern Here ample Supply Down on the farm of meat Likely p action was taken recently by tile to. S. Department of agriculture to cancel of suspend registrations of several pesticides for certain uses. The compounds involved Are 2. 4d it Aldrin dieldrin and some pesticides containing Mercury. I following up of this action to Leda administrator e. I. Kirby is asking that All publications recommending the now cancelled uses be destroyed. 5 the publications containing recommendations for the above mentioned compounds which should no longer be followed j Are feb 1972 for Poison Ivy Poison Oak and Poison sumac feb 2315 for culture and varieties of Spring sown red Oats feb 2120 for Rice diseases fb2122 for growing seed flax in the North Central states feb 2134 for culture of Oats in the Western states feb 2158 for chemical control of Brush and Tress feb 2181 for water Weed control on farms and ranches feb 2183 for using Phenoy herbicides effectively feb 2200 for controlling Tomato diseases feb 2218 for wild ducks on Farmland in the South g51 for better lawns g 61 for Lawn diseases g 123 for Lawn Weed control with herbicides a 216 for Muskmelon culture a 267 for Jenkins commercial potato production a 269 for herbicide manual for no cropland weds a 289 for Rice in the United states a 292 for weeds and their Contra in Rice production a 298 for wild garlic its characteristics and control a 332 for suggested guide to Weed control a 338 for Barley origin botany culture Winter hardiness g e n e t i is utilization and pests l 426 for Scab of cereals and How to control it l 515 for controlling phony disease of peaches l 517 for russian Olive for wildlife and other conservation uses a 839 for three leaves mean Poison Ivy is 3094 for seed treatments for control of disease from 1961 yearbook in addition says Kirby you should destroy the following publications which recommend cancelled or suspended uses of Dot which were not included in Jan. 12 or april i announcements concerning disposal of certain Dot publications feb 2190 for the european Corn Borer and How to control it feb 222 for Wireworks on irrigated lands in the West and How to control them l 390 for the House Fly Aib 276 for Papper production feb 1893 for control of grape diseases and insects in Eastern u. A slight revision dated june 1970 and All previous versions. Corn Leaf blight May Cut surplus by l. Ii. Simerl i fillet til v it Illinois department of at Lulmira Nitro the Southern Corn Leaf blight has continued its relentless 2 record Herald saturday sept. 19, 1970 Washington c. H., Ohio what about Corn next year there Are few alternatives new variety of soybean is developed a new Hytop Hethora Root rot resistant soybean variety Ramsoy 71�? was announced today by Purdue University a losses of Corn from Southern Barr suggests Are i agricultural Experiment a a a Corn Leaf blight in widespread availability of blight tolerant station a a Quot of. A Northern Corn areas of the South and some seed Corn 2 availability of a a a. Inc n Fields. This destructive invasion sections of cast North Central Early maturing Send torn 3 Purdue and u s department severe probability of planting Corn agriculture scientists easy carrying a two men can easily carry a 250-foot Roll of the drainage tubing. The tubing weights Only 70 pounds. Helping with the work at the Ernest Arnold farm Are Marlin and George it. 1, Frankfort. Ardc approves new facility for South Charleston Swine standards put out by Juda the atomic Energy commission j i ,1-511 a Entimio of Vinsn fort a full Fth the Board of control of the Ohio agricultural research and development Center has approved the award of a $38,630 contract to the Guy const. Cd. Of Rosewood for construction of a Swine farrowing Wing at the centers Western Branch at South Charles i on in other actions the Board approved four government research contracts and renewal of an Industrial research j agreement. The five contracts total $112,000. A contract for $45,000 with the crops research division agricultural research service us a will support research on the evaluation of Rhododendron for resistance to phytopthora1 Wilt. Or. Walter r. Harvey department of Dairy science will direct research on tile improvement of sire evaluation methods under a $14,000 contract with the animal husbandry research division us a. A contract for $8,000 with the entomology research division ars us a will support studies on the resistance of Norway and White Spruce to the Eastern Spruce Gall aphid. An agreement for $43,000 with a new Booklet which includes the official Grade standards for Slaughter hogs and feeder pigs together with illustrations and explanatory material has been issued by the u. S. Department of agriculture. The Booklet a us a Glades for Slaughter Swine and feeder pigs a a is a modern illustrated presentation of the official us a Grade standards. In a format cons durably updated from former publication of these standards it describes How the grades identify Slaughter Swine and feeder pigs for differences in Quality and yield of lean cuts. Has spawned Many rumours and states will cause questions about its upon economic hardships for Early on different soil types developed the new variety the future food Sophes and prices individual Farmers and 4 estimate of the probability fifth released in Indiana in the we win us. A Tew of tile most Busil Lesses m the communities of having weather conditions last two years Illinois Iowa common questions and our Best affected. In Southern Ohio next summer conducive to Michigan Minnesota Missouri Secis. Losses will be severe in Many Southern Corn Leaf blight 5 Nebraska Ohio and South How might Tho blight affect Fields but in Northwestern Ohio equipment capacity 6 labor Dakota Experiment stations Are our food Supply Ere Ess evidence As yet requirements 7 yields of Corn also releasing a soy 71. Corn is the principal More 0f Large reductions in output. And soybeans on the farm 8 a soy 71 should prove of diet in the rations of hogs producers with Southern Corn Price expectations for both considerable value to soybean beef Cattie Dairy cattle and Leaf blight Are faced with the crops 9 net returns per acre raisers who prefer a soy poultry. A men Cen a shortage of Choice of Selling at a discount to insuring the crop against which is Hytop Hethora Root rot Corn could Cut the Supply of in the Market or feeding to losses la using the feed Grain susceptible to other varieties pork beef milk cheese ice livestock. There is no experience program As a form of crop of similar maturity. Cream eggs chickens and with blight affected ear Corn so insurance assuming Congress Amusov 71 and Amusov Are a a re. I Iii Mue can said Abt a of passes Siegi Sutton and 12 0,her similar in yield in the absence will the stipple of these amount and extent of personal factors such As debt of Hytop Hethora Root rot ducts be Cut discounting that will take place Load Etc. The crucial Issue is however in areas where Root probably not a at least not a the Market says Wallace How much risk the Farmer is rot was present the new variety very much. The principal effect Barr Extension s e r v i c e willing and Able to assume. It i am inv of the blight upon supplies of economist at Ohio state the animal products seems University. A or la int fa4"fla Likely to be to restrict increases feeding blight affected Corn to to it King a a Iii in production rather than to livestock is a Safe procedure ii in cause major reductions in hut some holds May develop Vav ii la Lois is is output. Farmers have been that could affect certain Quot no increasing the production of animals. The Corn will have a Iti chlo most of these products or were i lower feeding efficiency and will planning to do so. In fact. Many require More Corn per unit of in hut a for Ceney i farm leaders believed that output. Separate and pen cattle at the a a. A a 1q79 i Farmers were increasing the major management parm science review n. Production too fast for their own alternatives facing Corna Purdue staff members who Nooci growers next year Are whether sept embed 22 24 program participated in the development what in an examine a of to i Plant Corn As usual will also include instruction in of a soy 71 included a. droduction9 2 shift to a11 soybeans or feeder calf grading As each calf h protest. Us a soybean _. ,. I 3 arrive at some Compromise is Cut from the Herd. Penned breeder who retired last week. Farmers have flooded the tween the two extremes. One i weighed and graded the a Quot Der. J. R. Wilcox us a Market with broilers this year. Compromise May be to consign cutting and grading research geneticist both of the Corn acreage to the feed Grain demonstrations will take place agronomy departments or. Kirk program assuming Congress twice a Day in a new Corral Athow and prof. F. A. Or pm i Caw Mal i passes legislation. Near the Grove at the Southwest Lavalette both of the botany before. Supplies for the last half factors to consider in making Corner of the review grounds and Plant pathology department. Next years planting decision jul off Case Road in Northwest and Abney us a Franklin county. Plant pathologist also with the substantially out yielded a soy. This is the principal advantage of a soy 71 Over a soy its developers explained. Foundation seed of the new variety will be distributed to qualified certified seed growers in the Spring of 1971. Seed will horses will be used to Herd mailable from certified seed j --------------1 Fatm for the first half of 1970 the production of poultry was 13 per cent greater than one year of 1970 Are expected to be 5 to 7 per cent Over year ago Levels. While Consumers Welcome cheap Chicken Many producers Are suffering losses. Even if the production of broilers is Cut Back slightly in 1971, supplies will be at near record Levels. How about beef our most plentiful meat Corn silage for calves Many beef Cattie producers depth then in Ohio Are overlooking the department potential labor saving ability of Stock horses in their beef operations according to Charlie Hutton horse specialist at Ohio Plant pathology Ohio leads Bee colonies state the fact that urea added to a ,. Corn silage at time of ensling. a horse Jaccoi i iffy infrmsemmerately-e3trt4l can Supply Quot of he Hutton include agility ability0. A too still leads All other states a her rant to 1971 this increase1 supplemental protein needs it 10 desire t0 a a. Alertness been up Umbers per a quote May be Cut off because Farmers 1 finishing cattle will sell their cattle at lighter i substantiated in weights. But this will cause no real hardship since most of the loss will be fat or tallow which is removed at the retail store before the beef is sold or left reported at the agricultural research development Center was stamina. Both heredity and the number is declining. Study environment play major roles there Are 619 Boney Bee co on Nhi in developing the kind of mount per a flare mile almost one aft la needed by the cattleman. It cd Lonj per report St a a and takes the combination of a horse Stephe Quot. Extension service with inherited ability and a a Ricu inst at Ohio state and University. On the plate at the dinner table professor of animal science at patience to develop a cow horse with 4 a or. E. W. Klosterman Trainer with both skill us a or a. West Virginia ranks second i who her it in a a i with 4 53 colonies per Square what is the Outlook for pork the Center fed additional a be used mile and Florida third with 4.28. Chops Ham and Bacon protein supplement to steers a horse in duty these figures Are based on a supplies of pork to profit receiving silage which had been of Ferg Jou ingredients As it has j 11968 statistics or the years in most states the numbers for the remainder of this year treated with urea. Since no Al Are to per cent larger than significant differences were Frith fee produced horses those of last year. Furthermore observed in average daily gain a it Over pm Tennial for of bees Are declining a Illinois june showed that Farmers were or amount of feed required per in several haulers with a 3.6 per cent reduction it of gain urea addition toipa0bcief of. Eloping cow per year and Ohio Bee numbers horses to the highest standards declining 3.2 per cent per year. Planning to put 17 per cent More unit hogs on the Market during the Corn silage appears to be an first half of 1971 than in in economical Means of supplying the same time of 1970. If the supplemental protein Farmers carry out those plans requirements of cattle. Klosterman also reported that when a High urea supplement was fed in addition to the urea treated silage there were no will continue to support research on the characterization of soil1 Consumers will have the biggest and vegetation on selected Sites Omsk npfratinn1 a _ stacks of pork on their tables to serve As a basis for future Quick operation a Arnold Smith demonstrates the ars and Many hog valuation of effects of a Dirac easy �peratl0n of installing the plastic drainage producers Wou d probably suffer Tiv the renewed1 a a r earn e it is for and a supervise the pacing Quot the tube no on"ta#n.1sd a heavy losses the a a a grf a May i harmful effects. To non f \ car walk the ditch to place the Drain or Check for misalignment prevent Over expansion of b its the Ohio Experiment utilized $2,000 from me As in conventional tiling. Tubing can be placed at a rate production but probably will not Corn s Page which had been dehydrators association to of nine feet per minute prevent some increase in pork treated with 20 pounds of urea continue studies on the use o supplies in 1971. In pounds of pulverized dehydrated Alfalfa As an to. I i hmm talk what is the Outlook for milk Mestone and 2 pounds of extender of urea nitrogen Lisl i i Cis i la lid ill i Udo cheese and ice Cream. De fluoridated phosphate per ton utilization in Dairy Cattie. This Farmers have been producing at time of ensling. This was study is being administered by i. La i / n i o j it about 4 per cent More milk fed Jtb dry ground shelled the department of Dairy nslqll6 j vol a tick incl. I is t Iti than Consumers have been Corn without supplementation or science. Willing to buy at going prices. Web j Pound per head daily director Roy m. Kottman the plastic fiend Arflin the pm attic tube costs Ess the government has been of 44 per cent protein soybean reported gilts totalling 7 tube to tee placed in Fayette to ship does no to shatter and can to having the excess in order to mean 17 per cent dehydrated have been received from prices. Furthermore Alfalfa or a 64 per cent protein a a a in county was buried at the Ernest mis align according to Smith support american cya Namia u 0 Arnold farm Creek re. The material is guaranteed for i the excess of production Over mixed supplement replacing an Princeton n. J. Continental Oil the modern flexible Light too years. Co., Ponca City okla. Niagara flexible chemical division Etc Beaver Bulky fiend ties used corp., Middleport a a for years for draining farm chemical corp., Ardsley n. Y and the Fred c. Gloeckner foundation new York n y. The plastic tubing is corrugated and has perforations for meeting on drugs is set for we h pastures needing renovation drainage. The total Inlet area 3,1�cppferencps a drugs reduce the supplies of milk. A Orp pastures needing renovation Ain hoc and drug abuse scheduled . and ice Cream showed that this level can safely sales to Consumers was equal weight of shelled Corn. Expected to increase during the Klosterman noted that earlier next 12 months. The blight May research at Ardc indicated Cut milk production so As to Tea addition of to pounds of reduce the amount o f urea a. Ton Corn silage was a government purchases for Price sae economical method of support but probably won t j increasing protein Content of recent research Morton Square Post buildings 8 colors available for full details Send Coupon to address below Morton buildings inc . Box 688 Wilmington Ohio 431/7 see our exhibit at the farm science review Columbus Ohio september 22-24 eth. J a have your Salesman phone for appointment a Send color brochure j name. Phone i j address. Should be grazed closely this is More than 2 Square inches fall to make dishing More per foot. Effective from november be main advantages of the t Washington c h Scot february say new tubing Are that it is lighter at the landmark bunding Extension a weight and requires fewer Ydmark budding. The Ohio Rural health Council Avail Abie to Consumers. For Ohio this fall will be held through Purdue next University 30 service agronomists. Men to install. The other Rune conferences be increased to 20 pounds per ton. The current study shows wheat for hog feed that the 20-Pound per ten level when the Price of wheat supplies All the protein the cattle in no Indian. ,. I to a in lace re fun that of need when the silage is fed Arnold Smith who installed m. E at Berlin Center Seq incorporated with Corn Grain. Mahoning county sept. 16 Corn May 06 inbred Rose Swine feeds in pick Yoni hog feeds from the red Rose a a litter to Market line when you feed red Rose you pig will eat like hogs should a and will make Money let you fast we buy Grain bulk feeds bulk and dry molasses certified seed wheat custom seed cleaning water softener Salt. Eshelman feed inc. All your feed needs 916 Clinton ave. To fit your Long term farm loan requirements land Bank rat Jim Ronald Ratliff manager 420 East court St. . Box 36 phone 335-2750 serving americans Farmers provider of plenty men thin Pound for com in the ration. The dram tubes on the farm 21 Wooster sent in Swine rations profitably Point stud Ste operation can zif Delaware Ort l to is fetid out Extension service animal conducted Atout five less a 5 Napoleon bet Murtina Aei Eotis. They suggest that than required for regular 13 tick a Ort is and wheat be substituted Pound for a 250-foot Roll of the tubing Lemont nov. 6. Weighs Only 70 pounds in each District conference jul contrast to about 1,500 pounds ,7 0at 9 a and continue for tile of that length. J"111. 3 reservations for two men can unload and Tench and tee meetings Are to stretch the tubing while one be a at county Extension Man alone can operate the Sef vice offices trencher and place the tube. Speakers and Spray cattle in fall Spray cattle for lice control i late in september Aid before cold weather starts advise Extension service panel entomologists. This will prevent buildups i Check our to prices take with every Day Low prices i a everything for the Home and farm a Fence and posts a roofing it can be installed at the rate sous Sirls on drugs will form heavy population of 9 feet per minute according a a 4ma,1 part the programs during late Winter. Smith material pointing up the dangers the Light weight of the tubing digs and drug Abs use will the evaporation from a Large also makes it possible to unload be a Ven to everyone at the Oak tree is from to to 25 Gallons or carry it into swampy areas which cannot be reached by trucks carrying the heavier tile. Conferences. In a 24-hour period. Realtors a associates. Inc. Auctioneers accrued cd Ano i Ano of a i ors Wilmington Ohio an advertising Sells a Public auction sales a farm listings a City listings abundance of advertising Ort All your real estate appears frequently. The Bumgarner co. Real estate brokers Marting and Cockerill auctioneers 121 a Market St. Pm. 335-4740 How to throw away two bushels of Corn it s easy. Just buy a cheap supplement that forces you to feed la or 12 bushels of Corn maybe More to take a pig from birth to Market. With Moorman so Many hog raisers do it on Only 9 or to bushels. To see what saving a couple of bushels of Corn per hog can mean to you do some feed Cost figuring with your Moorman Man. Clair Borradaile route 6 Washington c. Pm. 335-7349 Millwork insulation overhead doors plywood builders a hardware a Wallboard a moulding a nails Complete pole barn service Hanna paints aluminium roofing and siding open daily 7 30 . 5 00 . Sat. 7 30 . 3 00 . Bring your truck to Wilson s and save 335-3410 lumber division 210 w. Oak

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