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Agricultural extension work -- Florida.
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Jholl.JF iR.t 4. InME..BOMBS pae .t .919L

Wh waar L i en s has e am to a natm eat an toe eatmr is e at lrtel

Jir thfe problems of pese aniwr ttan the poble)aa of war. t29I ill he &

Iawt ywer of awGdlmstaEt. n t l te arger l ateresnt ot t w eatry as a
ax.te a. mattes of anmest oosseeranti, te aitstatta bas abean& ta thst

to tWie of grnat danger, rasb as the war Jst alasea, patrietias R" wII

Mb9ordtnats their stanae ftr profIt to the Sqnrmae interests at the matiei ,
wheams la time of pes* the lateoests of all the people an swu A best

by a profitable etiur sen the labor f evreqy waa,
Keao* Boeuixderl the prwsrea for the BSaathe states is M91, me

0Samt 9msetew a safe a earitai g system of agrisaltue which will awiLtatl
oll ferttilty wa US as perjea m- adt a& miversally prefitbls as piablt .

for these eaged in Lt.

Mile thAs the prianlple to be appiut, we unet saber that as

.;f o ae6s took place Ina Amerlan agro"aluaf as a"Acent o the war.

t t' ,
MIko ms was gS t dto mbore of tMe tge hse Mw best bow to ft. te

pw*t faspUMahents of the ost tweO pa"sr wa the rsutA of era famer '
wetIing a t lUttle sP at his realar jo0b. With sabatdm patriettU they

W fwt Was SeO DoMp ue grair Sm6t)u -aw1ain tha m", bs floeA proeaseA
s the Bfalk i0elana so fn0Et te we kster SateOfr O. AyW amt for the Auls.
A ALalamsM.
Swe* i eU meOt qe te of Oragaetfania bew s the MWU l hotA up to the

e uti or &mBw vni psst. Oha sfetar =6e saeiety af te sosnU m people

d'aw OMatIWr v" th profstoi th fst nomesbuwa to wee tae people
is aIe na~ ..me Sa a aeasmsable livsteek OSla4 to be nac theSm

Ago IV e.gmsetSin labor =A sasl" Othawise tete 9riu4. "d qn
a sfettcet enthm ersisa eI .sw'fg saptem I* tSsoS anNSM1S *4i
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plwe or a en g e l el tferttltyi Sh S ta st U mnLthuig more or lss

ham th qm stm of at faminrag hi has beea tt ag *a a streg hoe in the
gsoul .S states 4artng ts past few years. AU agrLeulaturl workers in the
Soat have saret th at w as aro p sytm we m e a peplo prosperoea. Who

gspeale tLe enee ae to o great Iwh% ahe eggs an all a s bRasmt. It asa"
Ms Geur eas whether the meaIstr be a war seCh as we ore Just been threaE.
the Woll wmeeri, th pis bell wrn or otrhr t as pe t s, plant UIseaseL
tiUlag tnuaQ orttela, eaestre rat, brought, Or whatsoever t Many be, that

sPte s 1 aoest sia admeumn sm giouply to a pi)a of fut ing *uttloleatly
di4Tve to pre a t laysyl the fot or the people and the feet tor the livestock,
6to alttL the labor upa t t h muadximsn amber of ty la year, ata

to prOdneU frn mrUtblaNa more tha ow proetot of the fam for Its sash l aea.
La S.aoalM ltrg a progaM for the year 1919 easo State ahboa& give

eaest omaa4Aenioam to a tofr fuam tal priaaipless

Sjntr- imeatoLona tI abmeally large rases" in -ay oe osnp
salmbnoes time te of e aming, M es prod tio expemsive a&ther thaa

4euanm al. sat toAes t a oR"e section Late a 4Qpendeas upon wor it murrets
vmo e ther seotluea aUt t respersaioa ttoltiestH ufr submi tense.

M si- Ma h ftue ooa. commmlty at eah sootloe *Ahulb preod as
ftr as po slblo, Its owv foot rst fee fo r tbhe sale s*oenoan production aa
to mvp tsnhumpsatiLo seats aad iAtervalgE profits whenr the purebase mat be
mmad ftm &lstant emotions. In ethr wrI the Sot aa t feet of.3 ISo th
heutM be pretniUs en mthe faai of the goauth

AM p,- l jtU AU tia mny ameset foo pyWehion the eWphasls sho al
be asn the ae-peaitimbe stop e s wh bioh SheU be lareseea bergand led

Uaeds Is sem-nitles hiean they ama be proetwet prefitabmy,




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A Wor m pntse u w e1 f a p xlnM be nwsp 4luaerle A Iaat asoe
aent m al a bettise for tMspertattfoa aat a5raingu su4 sm et.
SuIt alntia la the Seath ita 199 wll be a ltfisalt woe, but the

rptelNsl Of VM ast F amM sas e 0 to lea t -e p t po Ip mer a esk with
m melM6qes,. yea v ill Mre&br that thleaugbo tth pAnt aim t esvasI
IS tlis prira of sett set~ at so0 satr a pon eaA sae. In he t ere alx
to tei einalar will be test tables showing the .eeamative orenae in mBat

et the etandf ftam smaps o the south sePmareA ith the 191 sees. fhe i a-s
reaset asaew Ift Attn ef a little ever 4 per ent eownue to Ai la tbs
Loesaulsa, Ilsltsippti at d arr A aLnal.a three us thto States lw
pMrikus a6aWg, ae to the bell weevtl, warnatd smem LarWasse, Vtile Lu
tkhaua the iMastrws fluter saA the protetnste lxMo t illed sao map
ausn at L intr steMrat Usat ether mall gxtin that a tasease in asmYage of
gstts msIea tuwitalbl"e. his. s$N tasle sien, hweaerr, est the 0fraer?
i paIttsuly vowP State it the SOatk, with a "ahrteag of laer a& wvits
atoll Itftfatie. at pemtLati plaart Ianaosesd soMegs As the mai feed
epe it shaelA t be 6ute alsoa that the liaeteRk @t Wh. SoMth uas bees
ensutlemal3r Inuseert pavfeultwry thr predstatat o* hXs, e1attle eat fstmep
temet Uflstoak patuatiom taste* a tassasts pretetiao t V ftes

flpS IWA Usaes.
iMh sew"A set t tables I* the ppaat g.ves n sfneage ua preoUettoa
t Ste stAXean a me aps t he soeth ealse 10af, ftw the zarpeae of
botl3g the steftd Asrese fa tM ant ftee aops" A tahe o latuating aereege

Ais otte a fau is at rWset sevy Setthex teaPer oslalt hanv. It kew s
Oabt Southeir teamn iA to helbp wia the war.




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If the sO the MM tmewr Im I a better lsMMe$4al onUitio today tha
he Ias boe om r Wme yarsn past, the result has bow aaepULhLSed by a better
basansd hursbseax at the preSatote or s 0ns fts n at tat eurps sat a livestoeac
as wOl am by th high p rle of setton, toBoe st etho6 o tlr h oa spO It tfoo
mat rsed I s pt prlsd Yps the tame a the acreage dae"t o l- iarI
to eottea that both fWM Mat fee nmt be pUeaisdt at retail, a esofaritse
St the puroaeun peer oef setteu twag the pfet year a1 ts p pareaia~

pier LurWn the Years bierto the wr will dthe that sotten dUdL t puraheb o
matertally men ot fet eat feeA at retail pri ees a the SWeth at eeate

s peat I a X9u thM at A Gmetse a peut prier to Auust 1, 1914.

0Stre o h e A tid U eto the 0 worl4, t properly 4istributoes will
ler a pp um~fetlat for the mees o this eoImn y as 0 the tal Ulment

rof it oulglMtiea to war se"e eotries suarerirtg tr u huger, the tfLmer of

tM Bfath m ot remember that toeo is as inortat problas ftr 1190 "te rule
flalttlea I the SooBt in the last fw years s still goeit. Mars e eat beotr

ame urge4 sagat to esarep tohe purehabing owner of their oottea ith the retall

w"ila f feet sat ftS BuSOh A eoqprilM wiln at one oQaiaol the ordiaqy
sMA the o *easlty of pretntag the food MA foa iLa the slath t supply all
ar people lat the UreaxWbaI livestoa.
Without ptag elabosrtely Into t t en. it it only ameses t

my that Sat was a sat, sena e wat advitusble stem of ftamin bero thM
wrAe was Lf"t, *eaentea at atvriable taraug the war mad will be sate,
at4vnible, sat Is the leag rwn, aot profitable after the war, anA that is
the system elsney Aeseahibd.

Staie the (e1 of 1914 Oetta fet mns of tthe BOt have prof itOt out

of the steoaf rwe ln the gM eral leveL of all prices, iaoluding oottean. f











lm vol. si, pfenert aoriptas IM fa waF rtou at or tmoMbeA M a sedri

oeft Inos doea~reag valsea t %Us p e aste Sta.*Lobn oa etdM sU lutua
Suflns thePe riod blt b the swtatCa
nsatlad aom wilu .sfrnat the fetoa famerM. other wmes, b vwll

lUM~bMse the a tur O Mdw tthem r ats.a t te fI anMM0 l 0 in% of prices
USM pxW abVaI py I MA e l a the past s walter eiat oft IWtm s t a *stll
loee RXvel, She she-.e fonr'rn Leufag a periot ef l2>enssls values
0 all ehe tro s at aeses tlee of lfe are ialtely greater thou tarsag

puflo'e of dioeurseas vauIns, these te tests tw nb the setton ammer ehoult
s1member durtag the peeteS bhllowuag tim ear.
list the walum of nm u mrats ia the slevs ootten states has
adesme a fisttiat oeabt in the past fur yaers is unR by4 the fellwl ag
tabet






sAs .oD VALwU OF O AF Oa3 iiN rayia 4otaxsuozNG STABES
(Alabama, ArkansaBs floridae Geargia, Iq slnle hisutpi, Nort4
Oarolaina 0lahsma, South Oarolia, nsee* an Texas.)
1910 to 1917,
(All figures fa rora Crop Rfeprter 'flt B. den Ban)


Valley of 1, rnal*


#1,444,502,000

1,338,496,000

1.488.704,000

1.615,996,000

1,284,600,000

1,48,8221,000

2,153,406,000

38153,011.000


tlmu atie A Orope
A-0- -e-- --- -

1,698,588,000

19* 92,889,000

2,835,715,000

4,188,867,000


$ 8a0.407,000

687.886.000'

817,065,000

863,708,000

549,086,000

631,460,000

1.122958,000

1,517,568,000


(Lint and Seed)

677,986,000

799,560,000

1,381,665,000

1,851, 108.000


(xtton fI&latod.)

* 623,896,000

650,608,000

666.69,000

S75,3886,000

78 T5,564,000

886,761,000

1,031,111,000

1,835,453#QQ


1,020,597,000

1,1235,629,000

1,464,348,000

2,837,659,000


rice, potatoes,


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1910

.1911

1912

1913

1914

1915

1916*

1917


Oarn, Jhlat, oats, barLL, rye, backgheat, flaaeet
sweet potatoes, taia hay tobamoe, ad lint stolen*


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In.ses $ se toes t the oettea are s lfatc g kWma as
nittp-tl w* fnamtq has boa euestrte. f thAis 4. mr tt e alft of th
*am~e e pr tfe W ttea sat .e haif to feat e t t fet am. la aW

entie of the sath so i rase ia net ftr tya eoJos t bau it is Ielt tht
dAstale atA pa wiseert oas r pl e si be glvor for atU eatoeun.* La
aftm its mit r nam eseatt io so dtpeandat usz other tasters tft

it Walt be ouaet to b #am msh al role seopt k d at a gam rl galte.
t amea of tile Salr Ibam rea it Is probable that the poiantesag a etten
my wil be retefa bole 0 per eaen, ile 50 per aet li toot da etoa

*aup iL preoaWy Wen sII ft er w plaftauati psrupoeues. ah Bo a at aBah
nimmtrty 1 wi the l at this se ume eat ter teeXf.


i rinse prodeala aroai it S o as a to give seoama stion to

Uvorlfies te. the iuAtrfouteots of laS teack A thea r ftod ane feod orosp

s a pfrt st the the pies of e p rise tanxer L l egrtant ftr the rfuat
seo arit of t b IoAustrye. R e faIes are pa tt we i Orat a %& t&v
their asrtieg bhatUitts wall in a at. Xusarest aer 6en a a* rt be wParrntet











eeof iati"s.e Mo sew kanm JoiSt tt the ftaes holds f r ae. Re ma is

tw1 eMeag to p iCt awit% ~samar athte priPees wll be mtataitao or aset
f Is + ra re mie ma, thereso, au sm ft Mui a ist to qseelate at skue

* tiS. the safot somte is toe oeeu ir t the vain ofl the peple ant them






* seasMast ad wnl equallaeA predatiloa hiah wilu( the surest guaranty of

prosperity


W sr aiw Sti tes at a res e f the aouth where sigle-l-rP rwming

iL nt a r rie s aameo. Zn Iarylatnt, LVrgl iat Weat rgia, Ke, ntlaa y,

ad4le uan eastern feuaness and seAtala other regions, the ailoultoMre is

SAirly Vell diveorlft. yet the prl i sples o eat. framing apply to tUa1 ,

alotis as wall as to oth sa Twh maiatoamos of slol feriulity, theiome

living fri m the si*l, aad tbl' elestioi t f a number of 'rodots from the

ftr to 4xehaoa for oath Ia the maxrket,4t the world, are sount prinalples in

Sseatioa Is t*he regImn mentleo above the greatest possible attention

rald be given to the ise extent adn diversity Of fPm operatloas, to faxm

maNgSment plgas wls h will utilise the labor, tools ad equipnlut to the full-

est possible ateant, sat to the buinesl s aad marketftg eide of faming. A plan

best saesulahtd to pretase a pnereasxt sat profitable agriculture shoual be

tevelopes*

A SAUS UAWEI PROGRAM.
eor the sakM of coasAiering the items carefo ly, let u repeat a

safS tamin g progriU It$ suesats of,-

ftl6r- A gaoo homs Sarden for every fai taoly .aat every tawn a
village family a the seath to ~pply the hem maaes tor the = anm wbier
at dta n a ye& r ar, with a rufflitelt sarplu to be cease stored or tried for
fute u"se la thts hme gaiSe should be tinladoe an auple supply of Irish anA
rswet potato for home was. On evry tam owhre possible thore should be a mall
pateh oe either ease or meet soram t pretwee the houer suply tof altr. the
pre dutiom of hnesy for home use hoeul be stimulate&d

SeeeaAt, The proedstia n of oarn on SeAtshem farme saealt be flly
maataied sat the asreag lareasres on all fame aat in all seOatlos which
to not nw prodns e a tMffieIat qmuntty for horm use with the exceptions note
below. O Do in the asma tpeia&a of t1he South for efood ma fee. Then f bh
been a gradual inareaw la oareae for sore year past (see table attaehed)c As
larease asessary to inausm a stuffilent lsupprly r feao ter the lnreased live
Stlee as well as for toot tfr the people asould be given careful coniderartion.







agnk aei m i. ta OuaSeMtia with som prodatlotin we shoAd oxas t8
tse grain orawmes It ou to be N prty eler to fSmm n wa eam terveY srt
Obftab tlt eo a is aamte et p t a nOt of the tPnds in that territrs.
Is sall :t le Arter atis o Oftlabsha an* Yeas tera ,boula be an laormase
pleRl t of na La erm el fa planting of e s n sia Wets tea un t iscso
itONlU be abmadf t aspt n ldt whieia reew t a tir at of usesam seaM
iu 193* If thei is aw ltaeieas in ears aaesag~c a* s.atr lsnse or Slke oa
It aCena be am tlhe a slrro l eate setloea both States. he tarw ased dsmeS
fowr aita for food ga d A s aheatt be Mt Wy an eusuaoea d soreage of aitn se rsta

lgtt aMal pait sasoge, Op ecially wheat mant x* baus bees tI neoa s
e9erdMuIg to a rog ea sortaoen for fallU psanita It is f naro 4 to
eI nt a thU A o further aD Pt e o s that when sprig out;s ave
pumaeR saoNau in past yoan, Wruaale planting to Lthis eo p I well be
selideedt as a part of the spring pngena. Sat pe ota tia is satie t above.

g ter hUe pPreObiastr e Ser a t srag orepso asO rWpPy the ivM jtea k oM tWhe tj.e tf t e tseth fer. n W yeart, with an em sM
tPr th saw of safety &sat fto m ty sat& ton wsaasmpt a oalA be a part
of t a proasem 4!a1rsat the saatie torrttp La plariag ftr Bq sat forage
pastastio Opesial atteantn moeat be givoa to the mamar leguoes, Tvsmt bean,
4opeao, soy beanU sa poeaIsts.
he.rnver prom asatenufallty Ba ieoreasd aoereage I& Tlvlt beasu is
ovth 6asrlas, South CAretlla, Georgia, Fiorida, Alabeim, Mtlstasluj;i,
AxBansas at ines. to tlh laOrgest possible a=tantl, iA adviable ot amly
for preteetlam of ha atd forage, but for thue Iaovement of the 1 It
met a sagle bas Lta harvested emset for *eet, the tamer ill be amply
repeat la the UasressAm produativnea s of the lena for another year. This
saMp aloe" reqt eel potiatlly no wor"k s it is aslet sa the soerT
SY beamsI ought to be le iased is aere gas especially for bosa prteia t
ioan In alp soetios this aep has provean as l eadvtagwofus for Bog protoeta
ise the either peanuts ra eowj'rea.

Corpue s0ho0l4 be plated in the *onS or sfttr sate, both ftr seed a"t
far hapi oeeelatly in the territory ibore rwIt be s can moet be gresn.
Pemant sreage" has greatly ieeased it the South in tihe pst few years.
To the steBt et the famer*s Weed far feet. ftr i isa tae et hg prewetiotto ,
satase in poants am well be la6eseoM d XaerOseas ShoulA be adntoate
tal br clsteaing prodwation to ftens begin alig boe prooautio lbut on
ilaht peanuts hame not bean gBrw, in territory whore they hlte proven Waf ss-
tul. Amagea ftow somruer2l pswrpmes sdoulA only be itoaeset ans fta r *oantsUt
axSeS prIles ja4 seen to warrant. Tihs iu a mRtter which esh dl be appreaohi.
S* with cauatia.

aoeapw it slnevr and alfthfa is ganemally a matter for tbe fll se ding
program but no plaen is eomilee for the year withant these salable aerpe
for sell lPenvermomt, for ginxg sat tfor ay. In aU seattiong fbre thesu
wepW4 eseot tha should tormn a part of 0the eOn retatios .




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fZ ,Sp thIe ~oth should iarease its prOatsotLa of meat, qgg at
ailM. USh p ~gre ti of hog., settle SA poultyz is niw o& the inews e.
In a statement recently isneu by the S estary of Agrioulture he saq.,-

"Mw 3m see t be It k2 An an 12or a

a ane mh tha- sueM of mAle -sek aft l saesa taEL ei fat se
W ity of a o taUl. tmWItau it Mna -am .e ndw easly moms ft,
enamw AlM r AraSSis aMr Ivemsox lufeteaN. AS a a i of





ee l g prposeml, ae. with its large fptahotote oth .seentritOs such fa
estta ut. velvt a, fseat f ma t ta .e aramt, the soutiO aLo l ptRe
WIvet a he b ismmapmt oft ro uo avgr ulteral pt all t an r fp y i at
possibility of from two to three &u m an the sas land each yar, with
tLhe tersity ef Slos, upef""Soay lo..ps* wM5r eon beo pruile0d for
fleeing purposes, and. with it. large protuoties o1 OGonatratos sakh as
sottasca velvet be0a, peant atin soy bee mlal, the Sith ghOulS PIaSe
iAvestwoao as a peaspat pert of #6 aguioulturat props nt er any amt all
elaremtaales. lost of the Seateros States have wundrtsake proprea of
aI~reased pr uastona of hag, a&ttile ia poultry. Whi requires careful
pliaUan g of tsh eroetppa syste ta a o* that theue OaW be a a norease in
feet oersp aa forage s seasary to supply the Inereasea livetook. .p,
Cattle ant poultry WhoulA be a part of every team plan. orn careful dlBg,
Lswedtai g ati seleation eouldA be the rual, sa- the Ivelopoant of esoperative
muEttlag Is s ales lots shoeol be araeflly ftsore~s ipeto"lly In setton,
tobseas, Bsupr ease sa riae regions, livestoak should be a sonre eof Sash
tsents the t .a ma aAtUtios to the asin orop.
As aU metitatema eo o the w at iaprtaat itmo of humn food
the Seuth not o*l needs to 4evlop the f lrg iatetyT, but houlit
inrease the aiber f a lleh oan thtM t 0 he my be a &laM m of
te~ for emah fram fatly. With the vwlopreaMt of eassreariso at s hese
fasteries the axtra aIE will bring a Sash revenue mah amede by the faerr*.

hALE- h Bath mai fewr gret ash arep* al aLre i alW te to
definite areas, nameay,- ogttia, tobass, rist aat sair oease In the
drelopsaut of a suna, untaring aat profitable agriaulturO the sme general
prlseiples doalS be feliscdu with regart to eaoB of these rps. These
p4tiplesl4 are as feloU es

(a) A eatriinp sg ste hh win ll maintain and balld yp soil fertility.

(b Iu fatm as nearly a.f possible self-sleportlag by preafming the
foot for the family eaA the feed for the lIvestrk.

(o) Wham the naweitles of life have been amply provided for,
Protue. these spletit i rope as a source of *ash inaeos for the tfan.

(d) For safety's saN we should not pia our faith entirely to one
prodnet. she oash lncome of the ftm shoalt be deriveT ftrm a anaber
of well meleatet protauts.





-11-


If the ettof tamr eof the seath 1 1 ~ enly meaer his expeswrtse
Slase 1914 be wil be usalateS toi t dteStalag t a p a for the fatuo.
B I a o a l A r a rmeo~ t h a t o f t s i n t h e a s t t w e n t y y u re h i s i r e a t e s t p r~e i t
IhN oN thrQ saetl asttfortou, wamesy,- a bad usea san a Aort aere
basupt hM pleeNf Bl w e a gei sefse a ea a bi g eop brought low prices.
s ha seei s Uleas ter saI t eaM% tumasial hardship twoir ahe bll weevil,
fta m arogt, tur settsn wUt is oe seatimwos, ft4a the red piter in
etheM, ftea the ouathbta of the war in Raopme at frn th ueAened. Legiati o.
tiMhse aperlet es shouWA be esmag to e vinae mSg think g -m thAt p ouEaa-
Uea by the ftamer In aitetn som age t an wuprettable buaamue. Ve* the
gfes nretaus pr sea in etten sa nL g is the larwgst of way sige as.
prita ble fSm rop s it is ItpIrtt to nte that the eatte ftamers to net
st td anar the sep of tthe ist ave wealth, aua a ~at r eaMwtaea betmen
the asl-eettm tferitory enat bily &vinrstf tte piultusnal seatione are all
la ftavr of the divorst ieds eeties afatat the eetten area.

e manI am asP def initely what amount of eotten the wori
wiA neet in the nast eighteen months. heo imadlatse demaa for oettea,
fet to th eloa0 eof the war, Naet be Satilfies eat of the peseat erop.
In tre a te go the Vi asUertiatas of the pr0 saet mtie Whe worlt trate has
beet urueui l tisturbetwr d Wvh the hiolo of oivilisatiot ssea to be
In a peeSod of tb, Is it not a wise pan to develop an graIulture Seh
is aft for ow fta M aMut watlh ViU w mlsatafti the suwrImay n a otste
proetUoa by astgusrtUamg it by a better bala&ee qstgrsm of sriaaeultuM
Ieo ean ag in eattes tor 118 mas anet to the hlgest ever pleatu,
the he~Mlst in 19 1 be ag only & ftr theonteSa SOm pester. Ma It not
beem ft the uftrtumat seasn we weou have hat a Tory large orep ot
oetten In 191 8 AWg tinorse in the aoanse pleated i 1919 ever 913
with a g o uoet eas wotaU prea an Someal s orp of ottenr with all oS the
bttadmat srlt~ *tho abysmally large proetatie ha sit nrgws brout t to the
oette lapteL. A gP~ wveras &s wel wne4 with f goOt se&as
amafttlaas wUll prodwe a lar*iMe sanp. Hern attention should be gives to the
earrl ag of better mdet better prorpation of the sll, seamml ity pr m tlon
tf vaifms vau*rlee am eacopentive g xahg eat marketing of the pred t,
father th the haphBer spe oulBtive planting at a large eswp, poorly teBoeA
maot of inurior qwlity*


n the rie arase the prianlples slAa doa for sotton prodaeti~e
sreoiU bhe & very strOFa bearing the amla eadei atLoa aelA ber the
Ordlu J aa suea d e 5ral pat of the iabwtay M pointed out above.


tw srtesaraAing of the laterest of the former by
srtffulatt tve"lty to maataa soil fertUity saA psrodue the ftot aat fWee
tI ailt quat Aties, with a sourc ot income more di"verifie than the toets*
erF aIan, are matters of primary oenIldotestioa










I the aWr i Iaistq aeoemIl lveteUtk pp autlon a ehoul be
give wv ry aulta aer sa atlan ti th MtTeOlpaent of thi lamtuIty
into leutlem, usm a Nrida.

.AWra -Th mensse products of thb A,= cataide ot the sala
ana at"p aa t haoe i or 4a2EIPX66 to 2a1st the lviing sEianse of the
fntAl A saplue of haGos, eg, paoijr, sof, hql, Moy beasIs, penuBts
aI Md othte th p uOta as ag anaptat to sa&h a1 1"4ty shwat be
pseae4un for a in IlaltLA U ea ttIes, belies bth prf*Ontla of the atl
*ste I eaup. A lash la tteUhoaLat teh ye armr ax ulsa bua1iess taste eo
aB e it baslas n, at a bewa aout, Snel ou h be the a

.,AMM IM &AM .iiMb.l.
osw a3te Statef DflwateMs of igrialtur sat the ate agriSautuaral

@O*St. so gomaiu haIve stabUdshe 4a aoprxnt iv eatieion aertrie in sauh
of tIn Satin MtaeuDft t Iasv a eew6aObty bagttt sat a in a sca 4eB he, amaastnttcni

gexat is the *jMAor aity laduanem wu s ttl ftv stem is fa "ilar

to t vast m&IflJIy of all & lUf ta UAte.
1 uris oh a at or Aa s a te US We memaIon entieU if ea's of tbe
lSathesMW Ate An osatio wAith the ,rtenat Of 4Al "lt'.nt willu
aftwest a weqaAte Sor fto pntustla wAik wiLU bhe apart at the htuamuwite
emQaul tfor the year iPi. 7ew in t U A ne of the goatest pnrblns of
t sa atn Wthr eivfUsS fUhs$ en aWt wegy Inruptia Of atai c a & sWty

hb4U mlasmt a Met ntiMate attention to this phapbl.
lak Lat hes prjparewt a preseas for the orderly 4deveTal ae of the

wpgaltrtus s the fat, ao a soanA bastBi, 4AfelAa&.k xfl..hwat.tfl. bt.a

aUsts after ntLalteits leruaie in isnfae Sr Jproduat.p&F. Theiw tbhougata
wl&U be suait tot the er sapdt Safety wnder all 3eoAitionA. By "peated

aaualtatitoas it i. vitat tan t the state pnropru will be in subUetatisa

smfamitr to the gAsm ;rlaotiplea at "afe toamg as re ats fosr *owe

yman Vew by th O tes I i seo peAtUeB with the Dpuarteant.





518-


Omfgaatiuas hwae %eea preate4 IX braatietly req ry eanty

to empeate with th oeaty asset in eaytylag o this great amptig*. it
ts hagop that thle St atBe a Iwedt athritles wil be able to lay boltar the
ta wer in euat eaaity the fioA uttatinia of the world, and assist the

s getttUg together t meatty metingF .to oe alAr their oyn me&s as
wel sthe 8oo atu the fttteia ta ~ adeptiag wabe pleas ma will boat NSble
um to a uawaed their ma SIterests ae wl as tthe interest otf *e Sttat,
whe thtekO swa tha world.

Ofl snPa amb erm s of the flatbh nwt ibe provide A .nCouhiOally for

ale tA thie w~8tar t f the werlA To so a this the mDartment Uas tatiooatod
amr no yem past the blmustwig of the agrifultunstif the 6outb ty gratnlly

ead eatioUsly Lmereftius the food &aM fert romps so as to sapTly the people

of the Buth a tbXy1, it St euttrel, ftwee ftoo pro6uset upon th ftaime of

ah lwath. oe aFRtemuar its ibeIrastag Uivttoa srest manftal attention saut
be, vss to this whole probl of fot eat fWet protatioen. The cot tam ftuner

espeielly kl te nnBr thu eaums -a sesea pAlatet in 1910 eaA the Asaigers
of a eaumse ausmge wnaslttag n o u an asam snp det setto dAltariutg
maSr t seLgtAls ea abalselag the amphwage Valus os .attqa ina Utas of


Sae tMrmg satU a w AWell lamwasetd agrtiltsN will be t*he Murst
guasiatgr p eapeivty tin the yar 3, 1S.






APPENDIX


AeEtAGE IN 1918.

Percentage of 1917 Acreage.


I U
State i Owen

S
Alabama t 97 u

A.tiIIess s 101 ,

lar dia I 116 a
I
Georgia t 102 a
1 2

i a

a 3

Sa3
imisistIp 100 *


$ I
North Oarolina t 100 *

alaohma 91 s

South Carolina 98 t



TesOs a 100 a
I
Virginia 104 9
i I
West Virginia t 103
Ar g e
SI
Avorag a 99.6 p


3 5 1 a Sieet a
bheat a Outs s Haw IPotatoeaaPotatoes 00otton
I It M l i I


120

131



109







200|


96
106


110
i
1198






120





104 *l

104.1:


108
1304
I

100

91 t

100 1
Lo


95 S
a
102

86 i
I
102



135

100 a
a
106 g
t
105 a


a
104



106.6:


118 9 ]68 107

103 4 104 92

104 135 110

100 j 120 103 *

110 a 94' a 94
I .
100 g 200 a 97
a a a
107 a 86 a 100

87 133 s 105 8

101 a 97 a 90

101 103 s 101 a

100 a 1285 100 a

110 s 85 a 95 i
a I
100 a 112 104 a
I a
105 83 a 96 g

101 99 a 100 a

3 1 $

105. 103.5 a 99.7 :


130

104

89

103


106



116

103

109

104

102

102

97


106.6


~ILI


_ __ _____ __ __ __ __





Aares. Ma4 nairmea en. 1909l 928.
(Aereag n la touemai of a re; ; proustala in tounaada of bal of 500 poaA
each, axluitag ~nuter.)


8560 4017
U194 1T16


Ark.

Mf..


Atr.



Aar.
Prod.


Prodet.
Aer.
Prod.
mAt.,



Pret.
Aer.

Fret.
Pro4.

Aar.






Pret.
APr.



Atr.
Pro.

Air.
Prod.
Pred.












Pred.

Aar.
PraA.r


IMO
3471

3318
714

383
M

4474


930
8M

391
1088


601

1457
MS

2498


735
347


523

10

TO
45


885

55046







2016
1076
385


981

S57
at


9I

4873


198
946

88317
1863

3478
706


988


as"
1164

765
a88

10060
8049

88o
15

200
60

9


1918
1797
1948

792






989
316

Bm'
8889
1046
4106
1545
866U


1081

8698
L2U7

T88
aS

1183
4880

47
84

108
S6

9


8760

Iota
1498
ZOT8



2103
988





444

8067
18U1

1876
798

3009
840

890
1878S

865
879

18897
8945

47
23
as
118
67

14


4007





UO
1751



8480
1016

881
81

5433
27181

1899
449

3054
1846

1537
981

384T
1863

3861

918
a84

11981

48
95

146
82

$7


am
3840
1021
2170
816

193

493
48
4883
1909

990
341

37835
964

183
699

1895
640

2516
11384

533

10510

84
16
g6
4.)


AM

583

2600
1134

191
41

1821

2120
443

3110
4181

665

8562
834

3780
932

Ma
8867
883

11400
a726

43
37

1833
68

TV77


8161
No

2995
1500

awo





36
190



129
70
*3


A M.. ... a 10 31 a T7 9 L


Acr. 09838 5408 36046 3438 831089 836883 36 34985 84925 37075
JN ..5 Prod. 10006 11209 18693 13705 14156 16135 11193 1W60 10949 11w

SThe figures for acreage for 1917 ad 1918 are the revisd Crop Report estimates
ftor July, 1916.
S


. j 4 ..


3050
1083

900
1649

937
450

10943
4356

43
80


97

18


IMue


3017 3633
505 830

350 3983
895 935

3S8 16i
40 35

5374 4883
1930 8100

1465 1553

816 38864
895 1210

1 863 109
n70 670


3900
890

n30


sag
909
206

11676
3115

58
16

161
951

T17


I




CORN
Aieres. at urotu4tia. 190a-191* ,
(Aarprg in thousaMa of aarsa; production Ia thousands of bushels.)
.19911 AS9 1911 W2aA 1915 1916 12917 m 11M.
Mr. 2573 2W50 3000 3150 3200 3264 390 3825 4825 4636
Ahs.Pro. 30696 51300 54000 54120 55360 551 66300 .47812 77200 67686 /'
Aer. 2277 2390 2390 475 2475 200 27o a2550 2800 2700
MAk. Pro. 37610 57360 49712 50490 47025 42000 62100 45135 67200 35100
Asr. 606 63o 636 655 675 700 soo o20 92R5 so
Fa*. Pro. 7024 8190 92S6 5515 10125 11200 12000 12300 13875 140bo a
Ahr. 3353 3585 3692 3910 4066 4000 4330 4000 4500 4590
Ba. Pro. 39375 51982 59072 53958 630a9 56ooo 64950 62ooo0 72000 6G5spo
Air. 3436 3500 3600 3600 3650 3650 3500 3400 3900 3600
Sr. Pro. 3348 101500 93600 109440 74825 91250 10500 9200 12850 93600
AI. 1591 175 1800 1805 1900 2000 2200 2134 2347 50
L,. Pro. 6010o 4o055 33300 32490 41800 38600 45100 44814 4o2246 9600
ar. 647 660 670 670 670 663 710 675 720 656
Ma. Pro. 17924 221o 24455 24455 110 24531 24850 26325 200oo o4010
Air. 2173 2590 2850 3106 3150 3150 3550 3400 4100 3900
Mis.Pre. 2s429 53095 54150 56540 63000 5075 67450 47600 so050 66300
AMr. 2459 2650 2700 5205 2835 2935 2900 2a60 3000 3065 ,
I.0. Pro. 34063 49290 496so 51106 5582 57550 609oo 4s1oo 600 640 365
Acr. 5914 5735 5675 *448 4750 4000 3o00 3950 3900 3250
otQa.Pro. 94283 91760 3685 s 101o78 52e50 50000 .11a2o 53325 33150 24375 5
Asr. 1566 1707 1790 1915 1975 1975 2130 2065 2313 2250
.0C. Pro. 20os7 315 0 32578 34278 38512 36538 35145 3008 43947 3 l50 '
Aer. 3146 3400 3400 3332 3350 3350 3450 3000 3900 3500
Tea.Pro. 67682 88060 91120 5s298 6s675 so400 93150 75090 .111150 84000 ~
Asr. 5130 6800 73 7300 6800 6400 7100 6800 7075 6900
Tx.. Pro. 75499 1oo000 69350 153300 163200oo 124 166850 129200 77885 6o00O i
Aer. 1560 I960 1980 19o0 1980 1921 2125 2100 2450 *2000
Va. Pro. 38295 4990o 47bao 47520 5140o 39350 60562 55soo 7&75 56o000oo
As r. 676 700 707 725 732 732 800 740 834 s
..Pr. 17119 18200 18170 2450 2692 24 2 2
37437 40939 4190 427 4520s 41040 43995 42059 47589 44607"
otl 129 185654 7 1 st 939 78,o704' 01 57 .803189 930868 7S0016
Teai ox- 30805 34119 35233, 35904 35176 34074 3660 35144 39685 37921
eluting 461543 66 4752 539136 685333 638252 610851 786045 600294 682643 5616o6
Ky. Bd. Va. A W. Va.


.. .1




'V


(Aloane in thoeumsu of s res; pro4uetiom .A teahounds of bushels.)


Al,. Pro.


Ark. TPro.

pAa. re.
7IA Pre.

Ga. IAare.




Aare..
Xs. Pro.


IU Pro.


MaIo. Pro.


4 A. ere.
OKls. Prn.









Aw*
Pro.
i, ore.








i e. ro._
kt ,.


1909 W '1


114 886 845 a1 874 403 2800 104 930 180


613 87
on 1(809


96
1008


94 101 125 280 885 220 294
940 1138 1888 890 188 88330 D 048


M


-
o.a


I


98 141
753 3480

681 T77
8789 9818


145
1740

9906


38 140 140 38 25 34 244 388
1328 1708 1694 3575 8808 2094 88531

886 725 160 000 ao ?0 9I3
6860 980 12340 9900 8030 9000 13139


o*
o 0


590 604
9468 10810


60S 599
9878 8985


9
108


802 598
38sa 6817

1069 1567
14008 35548


43
811


620
68517


847
847


8311
8819


388 T00
2851 10800


893
8017


948
9874


209 841
a8ir7 s a
4901i =74
R9&A9Bl


a


862
6683


610 613 638 650 695 M8
8113 13158 10278 10400 11478 11344


5
100


14 80
310 495


598 80s 611 900 873090 103
5328 7078 7358 9810 9135 97658 30T


1U2 1970 370 2525 3850 3050 8100 883
8996 30096 27500 4797 8880 3958S 35650 888n


88 79
946 737


79
973


80 288 810 1 8 808
930 2430 288826 1888 88


T80 674? 900 120 S0 880 558 730
8280 707 8400 11100 0080 7885 4830 700

100 789 780 108 16580 1890 3350 892
680 1102588 18650 14066 5515 13800 16800 0830

750 741 780 79 1880 1800 18 00
9000 8896 10608 11896 1974 18240 1790 a OCC

88M 238 238 286 800 805 831 848

AAJA OAjf aO neaea iif2afL IsaPAGO2 m~ANIVA 14 w-i


A .. I= am ,4 yS v--45-
exslu PrO, 88888 558z0 8M64 4$4839 400* 51888 9888 6884 ?48" 3
VJhn K94. "Vank Va.


Aornwges ilaftted wera sown during the fall of the year next prnetWAia


Aer ans saA arednetion 1909*1918


i


-- ~--- -~ -I 1~-- .-I -~u


Irr




V


(Census)
199 910 1911 12 2L


Aor. 257
A3l.6 PrdaiS2=51

Acr. 197
Ark. Prod.5213

43
Fla, 606

412
GQa 6199

174
Ky. 2406

30
la' 420

49
Md. 1161

97
Miss. 1269

228
N. 0, 2782

609
kla. 16606

324
8. 00 5745

342
Fena. 4721

440
Teos 7035

204
Va. 2884

104
W Ta. 1729


283
5236

209
5692

42
680

404
73553

175
4375

36
774

47
1410

120
2304

221
4022

699
25614

336
7056

342
7866

688
24080

198
4156

110


283
543

205
4100

45
580

404
8686

170
3128

40
840

46
1242

130
2392

219
3614

909
8181

345
7058

315
6142

737
18499

194
5880

110


260
5200

175
3482

43
740

36
7571

150
4035

34
707

45
1350

113
1966

204
3794

936
23494

524
6966

258
5599

865
31140

175
1885

111


825
6662

240
6360
8380


900

420
9240

160
3168

45
990

45
1260

140
2800

230
4485

1030
18540

360
8460

300
65300

1000
32500

195
4192

115


390
8580

260
6240

50
900

450
9000

175
3675

70
1610

43
1161

160
3680

250
4375

1100
30250

375
7500

350
8050

900
22500

191
2960

105


600
11400

575
10125

61
1220

905
17648

250
6500

120
3000

45
1530

300
6450

350
8050

1350
1550
36450

525
9975

WS7
8746

1500
53250

225
5625

120


=19B 9 1an 19a


600
10500

350
7350

60
900

860
16770

300
6800

110
2090

46
1357

350
6300

390
6825

1160
14500

500
9000

260
5460

1500
42750

250
5775

140


540
9720

340
9520

55
770

650
10400

310
8060

84
1873

47
1457

300
5700

S40
5780

1150
26450

400
6000

800


1425



5512

1435


428
8152

442
11271

60
1080

800
12000

400
9600

80
2000

60
A40

280
5600

325
6500





11000

325
8125

1510
22197

285
5175

100


8 772 8420 8108 8760 8100 8400 3880 5861 4380


3510 3908 4150 4057 4655 4869 7088 6876 6509 6775
eta l 60027 108490 76176 10057 1 61?6 118O581 185I49 189197 15~950 1 L100
Total ax- 2979 3378 6580 3576 4140 4355 6443 8140 5581 5960
coliaing 51847 90577 65506 90659 97857 102685 166314 122445 120813 121082
. M. Ta. & Ta.-..


a08
ALnam sant robqAstion. 1909-1918.
(Aereag in thousands of forest production In thousands of bushels*)


---~--~~




""ak


aaI9 Ii MI iAm a au 12 0a m


Air. ul1
Ala. Pro. 166

tar. 198
Ark. Pro. 248
AMr. 19
Fla. Pro. 26
Air. 57
9o. Pro. 117
MAr. 480
Ky. Pro. 653

Aer. 3
La. Pro. 34

Na. lb 297
Pro., 356
ier. 8S
issa.Pro. 122

AMr. 175
I.C. Pro. 242
Ar. 900
Okla.Pro. 810
Aar. 66
S.C. Pro. 81

Aar. 450
teum.Pro. 675

Acr. 618
Tex. Pro. 587

Acr. 466
Va. Pro. 606
Mar. 675


total x- 2730
eludIng 310


120
112


120
168


aQ goo
210 200
284 230


19


87
122


645
25
44

291
393
1oo


175
262
900
945


455
637
618
711


4717
*

ao9
a261
286
352


18 43
23 54
87 234
117 316


450
428
24
31

276
199
100
150
161
169
810
648


400
400


815
1002

142
234


381
575
201
297
293
381
385
481


88
1154


606 387
606 542
~~43?


437
250

64W


4401
9 aleC


741
889

745


9944
*97u S


286

320
384


2z0

320
336


47 48
63 65


250
350
775
674
160
240


390
491
220


320
419
450
382
210
244


900
10s9


250
335


250
362


400 148 1596
440 1158 1293


350 375
560 469


51
61

300
345


400
460


750 900 1080
712 1260 1512


200
3o0

390
448
210
304

320
368
450
508


250
438

390
46s


250
350
350
6485

550
1265


210 20o
242 2a6


800
960


400 450
464 788


750
952

740
a a


b142


650
468

696
ar.r


5964
Ln~ot


950
1396

450
765
700
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