Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, February 26, 1977, Image 51

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When anthracnose hits a field, ordinary alfalfas
fold up and fade away. In the same field,
Saranac AR keeps coming on strong to pro
duce the kind of yields farmers expect from
an alfalfa named Saranac.
And when it comes to bacterial wilt and
hard winters, Saranac AR doesn’t give up a
thing. Highly wilt-resistant. Able to take the
toughest winters. It’s the strongest growing
alfalfa you can plant.
Saranac AR. The right one wherever
anthracnose threatens the ordinary alfalfas.
Plant Saranac AR alfalfa
and forget about it.
Bred for your kind of land. Bred to meet
your seven and eight ton objectives.
For more information on this outstanding
alfalfa that resists anthracnose and keeps com
ing back strong, see your dealer:
Lancaster Farming, Saturday. Feb. 26.1977