Title: Agricultural field notes
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086632/00007
 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: March 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: VID00007
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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wo s wo *do a d Peftrmam IjWma reports aubdtfnj4I OX.Pansioi OfSaVoM&o
priWA~sg HghA MSWinds Opunty during. the p~tt *si yrs. He dbtimtat
ms*0 3W10 DM8 bre f *iso iS. avo gii-4. in the Odidty, maft
ta 40 per aet of ;oh i~h was 'set during th.;$4 ,i 8 months. Mr. IAok
sqis US aweue adqpte'to suaoessfiufiI uatu'.A .,vocados "k very, libi**4
bmt tVMat *en proper qqft is exercised ip *plsf"ADik of a planting site*
Oxporiozee k*4 shown *Olt' -th o is no'betI'r Nd4iibn for avobdias then, H4gbo"
-Wad* 6wty hb ka d H faith in khdH i4*bry by planting 44'
tioniM 25 0"44sw gtao-d W 14 O's 170rdw ?'h 4b6 lrst is looatod IA te a=
owR soo.ion of the O0uhtr 0 Oon jfttk; tdo 10 acres' of young avocados
Os4hi ho )OR a" to hi $ moi'e bdit* gl'64Vot Highlands )ouhty rwrars
are bwetuing the r, Ob.ti, AM i ahad "tiioi which matUro from Dooem-
boo 2 too )th I, 3whon om 4 pomtition with 00osdbb from othozr aizs is at Q

SANF3D YUP&.w Almost evory field of celory in, this imporBant
Vair4 diM t~st'eoantains somo ]Pacal typo this. masaoi which oi roadil
Wvatdfiod b' its dark groom oolor as digtinguishod "from tho lightor gl'oes
8 othor variaLionia sm~ Tho popularity of the WescaeL t3tpo is inoroazi.Rg
A ov4amod p tr-a largor patches of.groon in tho oolory fiolde oa&h
sWAooding sown.,1~ -It doos not bluaoh as roadiJy or as thorough2y as *4hov
vtft4Jls, burt as the consuming public bocomos aequaintod -with its oxconlunt
oWting qualitios, it is bolicvod that demand for.paseal colJry will graohly

JMUP* GA. GA, hio Wmyno County toohnical xwrkoris' plan for a6q**
U *ooporition from fa~morr, as outlinod by County Agont qIH, Ghaffizp
aouald bring sploudid rosultso All of tho tochaiS&I workors in the GOuftr4
soot togothor Ozrso ocok month to discuss their common problems aond plan
for the dovclopmcrrt of VWaymo County agrioulturo, Thon on01 oceh r.onth this
'"Oe grovp moots with an advisory eommittoo macb up of ;tvo ftrm mon anfi ono
c1 W oVma from ocoi Militia district of tho County. A this mioting tho
:4061mi-on A1roup prosonti infoiartion relating to tho discuesion topics,
ftww surroyE, axporimunt station dftpa ota*, rihich is followod by a roUnd
'IWPVnb-4 dissuasion with both the toshniscl 'vowkors and tho farm men and vi.i.ma
eiPros t hUcir viowee &t tho coxclusion of the dipaussion# whonA all idoa4
havro ben po&d, VBIWO CoV #onaorttod aiotion aro mado, and oftontimos
=4loV oo60i8"tooa oro appointed izith all groups roarosorteodl to oot the
,c~hoolp in motioa. Thoe ro~sult of suaft procoduro is that- all groups aro
viorking togothor ftWm tb bcginning* inoludng* the frrIr pooylo p thrasolvos.
'Vhl, group is now working to outoblish a 10 acro corn contGst for 1942.








S4 F, *~ L& *a p TyPical romrasta heard ct the Southcastora |Bi

4 Soi yqrs age vton ahoe Of .this typo woro boing oQs9ablfled
ALa NtAyfL W the aniUsJI oWhibitod ware branded, -ndieatir
tho t~ tt boon iaporto4 tnto theo Stato from the eost. Today, 911
of 4W> OhSbiAtoio mslgs aro Sorida brod, raseod, and fattoned."
3 Wo0 now What it takos. to win and I opoot to ponatinuo
of ba stk. nob a4*0 bhtf 4iil:' 106 I oxhpoqt to achibit 'to
Greani @hmp, SAi. aust asouro ged foundation tookk.
tie outrtadfln .rvalueo *s.n a ,ahow is that a largo
portal at the % enaft oahibitod wyoo fod and oxhibitod by our
you0aWi$ 'a*aWit a t h- thoe 14 4 -A. bhaptors aod "4E a.ubas*
te' "*I*itp g coadosts iaueo tho young boys to obseorv.
thoIe t p iea l of tho animals closer 'than they would othohsiiw.oa
l f, froj Baorfayn aetal the sha-w ith hqr daot Ases
A Ste*. G'*fgto bao, prominent cattloman of Alatha County, QXhitteb*Cd t
-0.0m aitOn wtArih s a in8 'the aUsloW t iag f 60 seats ror 9Pb, ; .

.. t1rI Sf tt 9e9 t 1 a* NotQ ofton dope tho railroad. right otf Vy
'8 a*s *ma=ftftstiox plots for tAhe.practioal fetmor, this time, hrg,
f l- ew4mo of' tho-most -intaernetiag pand oducctiona. wintqtr p.rstcA dogsM,.
t itte Oat be o-ebsrvod vai tho roilroo right of. Way. A nmarous
Satsoiaas a Sonf e *o tre*s now are jwctohos' qf vivid groon whoro Qb*iarP
Svwrioas kinds fd o atbaaiing a luxuteant growth. roasibly thoso Ut
-gO*atoat abuntanso are blakt modio and yellow seoot olovor, whtlo uhito
gMWte hapf white swoo elpvorvs, and others not readily idontifiablo, VWA
4s dbaeorsv at many points. Those Clovore aro growing on land that hut
Wrvor bees 4Wokon, that *hat boon oQPaetod by theo passing .of heavy Nftor
MVa whhre the soOtien lands Iavo fouht thonm with swing cutters, hoos *
A* flOs breamsoe they to not vwant pasture on the treaksr Thoy .doueteaft
avoto~t ftrm acd 4roppc from. paeping froight eata, and ?ro flourishatg
A a sott- conditioned by tho sifttings tf Lime, phosphateoa, nd potcah flom
"a"sinB freight trained, aad by thd limoatono: rook and slag ballast fo the
arod bo4d

OGICNASVILLZ, fLA. A According to announcomont by WI J 1 0bo04y
kfWenisAt AjnimaB Husbaamdan, tho pure broad bos cattle .roodb'ore e
areo arroning a- combination sale to bo hold in ooala, leorida, .on 4bF| ljy
tn4 are planning ti hvo h i4oast 40 animals in the salad, 'rith bulQa, ppn' :
aninatistiag Th1-w oodiG tt will bo roprosentod in the salo inoludeo Iap
lr*B APuwu, Shealtuoas, IowaNsI, and Breahmas.





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