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In addition, class exercises
Avill study record keeping de
vices, the use of financial state
ments for budgeting and break
The third day of the four-day
session will include a bus trip
to observe trading at the New
.York Mcicantilc Exchange, and
a discussion of Urner Barry’s
“Producers’ Price-Current” by
editor Frank Urner.
As in the past, the NEPPCO
Egg Quality School will present
the latest information on pro
ducing, measuring, grading, and
maintaining the quality of eggs.
Instruction will include quality
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Smoketown, Pa. Phone 397-3539
what you should know
to control it..
When is the best time to spray? In
spect you r alfalfa twice a week, start
ing in early spring. Larvae are not
easy to spot. So look closely, and
check different areas of the field.
When 3-5 out of 10 plants show
, signs of larvae feeding in the bud
tips, spray immediately with 2-3 qts.
of Alfa-tox® per acre. Use twice as
many gallons of water per acre in
your tank mix as the height of the
How long is the control good for?
Control of alfalfa weevil with Alfa
tox is effective for 2-3 weeks. This
may be reduced, however, if it rains
shortly after spraying. So continue'
to check your fields frequently and
spray again with Alfa-tox if you de-
How can you decide which insec
ticide to use? Several insecticides
may be used. But Alfa-toxis special
ly formulated to control alfalfa
weevil and just about every other
insect known to attack alfalfa. It's a
combination of_Diazinon® and
Alfa-tox is effective”' even under
low temperatures, and control lasts
for 2-3 weeks. Another benefit is
that the waiting period from spray
ing until harvest to avoid milk resi
due is only seven days.
in shell liquid, frozen, and
dried eggs, and further process
ed egg product information.
To aid individualized instruc
tion, the class will be divided
into small sections of five or six
students, with an instructor as
signed to each section. The hulk
of the program will deal with
class lectures and laboratory
Enrollment for both schools
will be limited hv the facilities,
thurelot c, NEPPCO advises
early application by persons
interested in either the Egg
Quality or Egg Maiketmg
Further mfoimation and ap
plication blanks may be obtain
eo from NEPPCO, 10 Rutgers
Place, Trenton, N. J
Enrollment deadline for the
alfalfa in inches. But don't use less
than 10 gals, or more than 40 gals*
If you have an infestation at the
time of first cutting, spray stubble
immediately after harvest. This will
prevent damage to the second crop.
Continue to check alfalfa thro ugh
the season for possible infestations
and spray before the situation be
tect a reinfestation of.* -evils,
With Alfa-tox, ah yooTave to do
is wait just seven days ai.ei spraying
before you pastuie youi cioporcut
it for hay or green foiago Then you
will be-suie of nu inswirdde resi
due in milk.
The liquid fomtui« >• ■ of Alfa
tox is easy to apply -shave no
difficulty vvorong wd. > because
special clothing oi picieuive de
vices are not needed Sm.ply follow
label diiec'H»- -upplier
today fo> ATa-.
Geigy Agriciillinnl Clk-i.m ds, Di
vision of Geigy C’> " ’’ 'pota
tion, Ardsley, iNv ■' .. - > 2.
CREATORS C - ' '
New Pa. Meat
Keys to two new livestock
facilities, toimed among the
most modem m the world, wore
tinned ovei to officials of Penn
State University recently The
occasion was an open house
for a new Beef Cattle and
Sheep Center and a Meat Ani
mal Evaluation Center at Penn
“These facilities will en
hance the continuing pi ogress
of the College ol Agriculture
narkeling school is June Ist,
'or the egg quality course, June
Avaiioble from your
feed and farm
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NEW HOLLAND, PA.
ifrmu i Im. vi
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, May 6. 19C7-
m teaching, reseaich, and ex
tension woik,” declaied Rus
sell E Lai son. dean ol Ilia
The Beef Cattle and Sheep
Center occupies ovei 153,000
squate feet Included aic a
beef cattle wing, a
sheep leseaith aiea, a pine
bred production aiea lor both
cattle and sheep, and a large
arena 54 feet by 51 leet
The key to this facility was
turned over to the Umveisitv
president, Di Eric A Walkei,
by Robert E Lenker, assistant
to the dnecloi of tne General
State Aiithonty, Hanisbiug A
brief speaking progiam includ
ed remarks by ten dignitarne--
and state officials.
The Meat Animal evaluation
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