Title: Agricultural field notes
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 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: September 15, 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: VID00020
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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ai*~~ ~mite.. qw~ tioms ]awe been nmde a productive pasttwehas besp
W*4ed I'.i"to r~mesm d that the second year the pal'wp wpo4vmokwo
hal aud $"-low*, yemr thmsreatter one fourth. U0. lkimz b& Z'ti411*k
-pendms&s got the b..ediea 4%ppneaiston, Mrs. Lum* itrUr *-4-" Vt
1WP inerou latiem at the seed -16 imeeg FmadA bas xti eo that paaoa pM
to establish aolwv pstum rwsh ld uaha .ao th$ *1ed rtiY. ts; ]. s]
prop .W. treatumat -a-moding to the variety beiW VUW~d, W4, LUabW, moyS
~% paramib of successful e Ashmt in this territora has been, with th
Whi. Dutch variety,, while, somme pastures of persiang, Black Media* d WA9 Hq*Te
bow e ixUWxI. Xt is eukstim that $0 pereewt of the previouaf lag 1. 1h 1
pawursau we be Fertllized and, -that 150 additiwiam ares will be eeewmdrv
xW clover past.irS in DjmIul County this year.

VW RI XU j1 iA Comby~ AgentF Do Y"Av is 4G~nratiN6, .4 *U-
as sfvocati e e Vm of dismersifie4pming in the alwmk area of 'ths
seti one mroym 106 Shas this yost thai -with teF-pw p4&a*
U~d~t~~Aj vr etm -hundved btusels of so=' per *am on the omptnis
salso f'i Z~iwglede ismhi prka stioj.-ae p Ie~a 4h uptlhq' ofWa&a--s ~amtw 1W' ~L





P14a 13. seus o. ata 14mi-sLaem ybrl&* sorm fra which h as rao*0It a*'Whss
U80D bush.Jats or a& average of 114 pame ot %0** ow,*Nw
#owia. efco Wooit2 Tkun diwstrbuted 300 Powads. ou -of 0wJ1444 r* Use
Vow-, imrv whichi ma&Vmpre& espebi~ly for t his, plaixt4% an with which wa a
n4889mWd fl quointities ot cpwp sulmapite and =mngmnse sulphate.- D'4"iag thP
course of the. groming vweso the crop was sprayed t*Lc. with a W*+~ouft ct
pounds of xine sulphato and 2 powida of sapper Buiphate dis solved in.$0 gallons
of waterland dusted one Jtim. WWh a =$44ve of IeS4, arsenAte and limqo The
;'tatel cta of, of ucing the 1280 buwho of comp, lucI ng labor and. land rWt,
was about -250.Q0 or. an av-ae Of twenty cnts. per. bushel. Mr.
Yaun attvibittes the susesab of thi p t to the proper use of the isiaral
59tq? lnement. crii# Iu ctt zue bpitsof 0iS; c r';g~






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SYLVESTER, GA. MrPIJ t. Rainey, Seoretary of the Sylvester-
.forbh County Chamber of COmmerce, announces that his organization is sponsor*
ing a purebred Duroo Jersey boar and gilt sale on Monday, September 21, 1942,
at the barn of Sutton LIvestook Co. in Sylvester* Offerings'f boars, gilts
and weanling pigs'will be made by' J. E. Hambrick of shin~ler, Ga., and Howard
Mcorary of Sumner, Ga. It is stated that all of the animals to be offered
are sired by Coastal Leader 10lh from the Georgia -Coastal plain Experimelt
Station, Butler's Cherry Cing, and Bob, a grandson of the great boar and
National Grand Champion, Lauxmont TAve God, All animals have been double
treated against haogs; olera and registration papers will be furnished a h
each animal.

JACKSONVILU, FLA. Circular 74 of the Alabama Experiment Stati*
oites Ata which are typical of results obtained in the, IaDa. ,eperime -
ducted ~n the Sothheast to prove the value of witeralegas for inrew g
crop yields. In summarizing the resu4ls .of these experasinte this acicplae
states "(1) there cotton and corn wore Sr on n respective areas each year,
vetoh. or Austrian winter peas (turned under) increased the yield of seed cot-
ton by 628 pounds and of corn by 15.6 bushels per aore. (2) The increase in
cotton yield due to the vetch or Austrian winter peas was worth $3.78 per aore
mope than the increase from 225 pounds of nitrate of soda or its equivalent
after considering the cost of the legume seed and the cost of the soda. (3)
here corn was grown without rotation and wao preceded by vetoh or Austrian
peas, the cost of the increased yield was 16 cents per bushel. (4) Vetch .o
.Austrian peas grown in a two year rotation (oottonwrinter legume-oorn) in- '
creased the corn yield 18 bushels per acre at a cost of 14 dents per bushea,
and the residue the second year from these legumes increased the cotton yield
by 213 pounds of seed cotton per acre. (5) Essentials for suooess are (a)
Early pla king September or first half of October (b) planting lose to old
cotton or oorn. stalks (o) Proper inoculation (d) .se 300-400 pounds eupeqneA-
phate or 600 pounds of basic slag (e) Turning under in spring whan green tops
harvested from 100 squarM feet weigh to 20 pounds and '(f) waiting at least
two weeks before planting the succeeding crop."

WAl UCHULA, Ptr A iW. C. E. Baggott, former County Agent and voca-
tional Agrioultur. Teacher of flardee County, has been experimenting for sev-
ercl years with the production of pineapples in this territory and now has a
uea~i seful planting of several acres near his home here. These pineapples are
planted in an oak tree. hamok where they are furnished semi-ebade from the
hot summer aun and protecting from frost and cold damage in the winter by the
large spreading branches of the trees. The planting was made after removal
of the 4nderbruah and without disturbing the large trees on the area,







21475
September 35,. 1942




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