Title: Agricultural field notes
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086632/00005
 Material Information
Title: Agricultural field notes
Physical Description: v. : ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company -- Agricultural Department
Publisher: Agricultural Dept., Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co.,
Agricultural Dept., Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Publication Date: February 1, 1942
Frequency: monthly[aug. 1947-]
biweekly[ former nov. 1941-july 1947]
monthly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Agriculture -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Agriculture -- Periodicals -- Southern States   ( lcsh )
Genre: periodical   ( marcgt )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: 1 (Nov. 15, 1941)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1948?
Numbering Peculiarities: Volume enumeration begins with: Vol. 2, no. 9 (May 1, 1943).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00086632
Volume ID: VID00005
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 45625504
alephbibnum - 002665095
lccn - sn 00229155

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-I ins, tepi dweloped straip $ 4or- y fl e tepp r, whih, i pSo t
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agin L y*er Ago hi8 yp terh, p A*r 1, W IA
Mhit:t plants th K hbift y ideWA3c*H Sihir. la.wves. OMfw wvb saved fr6m frkee wt Wus i $t
O ttg VavsQiIu ge during .lbt* in sfeaofAl 'etfAl
tefiiAmA to baterial blight il J'dVrib Wt4.r sBt blecsties for
fi uimifowaity, an desirabe tn ut *CVtA Aid, id A h*Agl ypidl*
U#4 .f4 I 'e ty ppper has resulted. Mow, t hmbt o0 sg s
vows k8 4i tinhe utGoty, t. leres, and iWintet Oaedep eootiae tM
p&larting their oreps largely, a#d some of thet wholly, tb tMiiB H -
fadHoit bD re&*n 'lat the same nothod he uoed to develop th* bligbh *Sitv'B
ifl*w7*SMaWr ptper can be uased& to derraop superior ostri4sa of 4to"Ottt
MOrc MJtiuas sad othlr veetuableu particularly adapted to ime4ar4Sa Prow
*t*avg asJir in :ia'ette. Thrre etcan be no doubt that thin large, s atg re
Gsg vgbsetfa*e inustry of Slridm offers a wide open fiild for @IpMrt p3lat
ShIteMsn, through boarding atld selection, teo del-lop better strains eat
ent i-e amry vegetabls particularly adapted to FLorida soils #t

*i3F -a&-M r aVettional Agriculture ftacher A *.
A, all the Ctie$MA.d O#hapr, future armers of Amerias, are Asomeftau AMg
9Jaa ofbit -fte goring erop. sad properly balaased suppleommAt *#.9 .
its@ tSl g"ayp is feEting ~seraml hogs, part o.f whioh are pure brIed gid
papt of whaihel are Vt thi qwWniP b0. The hogs aroe brrasi4 OM S potB
Wf Winter WOte and rye aUp pZl with eorn, tentag e, anMd mainer 4A
WAeing t. rwoulta of thiAs 'M*R ttion, onr bkeomas further *ondFrl
tt g&od *bSPtding and ma44, by aIutss feeding prebti4ts are m stay 'gSe
i4amitnate in growing SeunF
*AtS, 4"t*, h" aw e w O 4y heater at Qoammers mmentl y 4a *0.
*1trlstetd $6 powntB of Luas lspitr writer leguam (OtOr erop. seed Uo 50f Srm
b4fp in the eoaatttp.it 7 peaturs thu stat, eash boy agreed to furniit the
bes r ear-e iraenritragh at -th* 4dM4 he produces' and a sample at bjtw eA* t
SPils biy hiie H& e* i .aa p#EdAfiy f pounds of his produiotion to -the Si6W
f* flat th*- o wabfi. an .b 6t in fvut'rp Vry *aw to Adit is, 1b LIB
reulratt vpni't..nL VrBoary sM Ne Sn : iusmes a. tail izapreova e*mg. Wpap *: e f
egfIAAA Swmet prime to tho t few toys making the beet reports.








JmUONVMIX, FY v T he fa *Jerie' to*ito developed by thi -Vniikd
IWntOa Department of AgrioaltireL d raeissed in t.s' fall of 14# appseam.-alk %
6 %uite -pomilin4 now varietyI suitable for 'amrkting fresh~ as woU.. as for
ehliiig an4d e..tht jWAzufaoture of toimao products, Gfrx, NP-41 61, USULMys ,
11tt lhou%4 be' jirtoiuliirly upafi4 in those regional hhviai' 'ois heavily in..
fesated wit-h ~amaumnL wptdfunus, because it is much mot's resistant -t ip u="o
wiib than #31: @ouutftc.ial vOgridiy- tyeested. The nrtrure fruits are detoidbed
ab Agd6ulak 1*6, d*sp. dbla4 An shape) good sixe, bright scarlet in ob.ow, in..
twtarr oo.4r oscarlb red to hLed 'eILOp44,w and inner walls t.aick to very
bki*kg, aead cavaties wmalJ. qsome1Ist- irregular in shape and arranseiutntL ar
w4L filled. with pulp% asm trial grounds of The KiJgore Seed Company at ?*IL-
met%*k Flor!&j iw the" spring oC 2.94L the pan 'An oriPq1. ,i t(rartle, j~ io ave
pr4*a*On h 4'era X" I ld f 6t~b $hah &Ak of the othot variotias i trial
p3iabtig51 i: aiag Olp i'og WI i kg d UUo BiO'c1it lbInrgiobo, NoWoJ01,1 Gc4haZ1
obsb .b~, OkoMsediajo/ Euid Oiko.J

FM iMER, Mu. -County Igorit 0O. P. Houck reports theat.LQo OQukhit
gIQersO1' UiL~;~ao tho o3ppor oolorod.Porto RioO sweOOt potaUO 194t 6091504
obli5nad aLvorar&g yields of 100 to W4 bushels per acroe of markztabio p.4atocs*
whtch vi.ro sold on the Loftl and nearby markots during Juno and July Ai tqrty-i
siaCi*Wotory pm.oosh Tho crop was grown from cortifiLad soed stock o1*U4A
~ Louisiana.o.-, in a smi"-tropicnl olAiarto, which prevails at Ft.. blyrt.r#, -4
fttt*r ur4yuo,-,syts*-om ueot in growing plants and vinos. Tho ,rowcr*.plwxt
the -,potr-toas'.4Ia th1orfiald in Bopteimbaro As soon as thc slips or dravto ano
lwgco onrouA they aro sotin b~4s, and.thoso produce vines with whi4h, t4i aot
th* L=nin crop diaaing Vebrry and. March. The vine setting; should. mrize pat4i~os
~'Qa4* LOr ~har'vB # 4i~Juno and th, first part of July, whz.n priocos txo, usueqlyp,
gavlc hgq~i~ng tp l douok, the potatoes aro planted eftoDr a vintor VogO-
trifte crop :-hich haaw boon -poll 1'irtilizad and loeaes a goodly rks;iduor *;fo9VO
t1.iior ,4.-whicha tho.sesoot potzr.tis draw., Sinoe. hot b;jds are not rcq.ir A4i-:e4
fbi, growing picat-sp, svEot potttoos ar=.'nn ocanoraical brop, pnd sBoom to fit
wall into operation .-of Loo County vc-,tablo growers.

J j GA* ,w Toachors of Vocational Arioulturo in Georgia hare been
utiJ4Ling tao wummor months to aid the families of th-Ar communities to ecs
their sutplo f oo&d preodWo s. Go A*._ aruggs, to.cohor ozf VOortiokaS. l AL
oWulturo, Migpgs IMigk 5*sba, rpd.4 tazm fcL.Arliostin his coinmunity to- OCTO ,
23%jA8 piat5 of towrkaoae, p g#l oreo~bos~ li9a boans, corn, ant..osp A.x-
t*uvew last yo. :ch summer the femllieo hervocst the vugotabloe and bring
thcm to tCho sacool whgoro, thoy. cro supplied with thQ best canning Nc~u4MOa* aV*
supwrvisient Tho cenaoro bought In largo quantities at a BubstantiajlsO'riag
UaL I Oupplioe4 t o the 4D- farmer at a otual o ect I%. a ostimiu.t d that the oVauo eo -
the products osnno at -Meiga HI-xh 54oh44 aUt, seamor as woa re.7 than the M114k
salary of the Vooztional Agrioultura teachor.

JAM32P4, -AU I.u'. J,6 .Gorot-tk, prominont.iphysicis& and faiors
#APa tlat h% produLnca high quality tobacco each yoar byr putting forth spaIesL
of f ortsa at pl, CntiAt. t m M O ay's playing .bands, of for'ti~izor to. thr. s.t pt o
iho' tm rathor tCian putitbi *11 tho ftetilizor dirc;ctly under thIeo qlza*."#m
olooo uniform setting of pLants in tha. row -will, :a- urge dOvidomnds at. MMIM4*
t1mo throuEh beth 4tmlity and quantity*.


February 1, 1942.




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