Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, September 15, 1984, Image 149

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    Winner of a team Olympic gold medal at Los Angeles, Leslie
Burr aboard Albany is shown winning the Mercedes-American
Gold Cup at Devon last year.
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DEVON - The Delaware Valley
will get its first look at U.S.
Olympic Gold and Silver Medal
winners Sept. 14-16 when the
Mercedes American Gold Cup
opens its annual three day run at
the Devon show grounds.
The three-day extravanganza of
equine competition, exclusive
country fair shopping, Golden
Retriever exhibitions, Mercedes
Classic Cars, horse shoeing con
tests and live country music is
highlighted by the $50,000 Gold Cup
Grandprix Sunday at 2 P.M.
Joe Fargis and Conrad Homfeld,
both of Petersburg, Va., the In
dividual Gold and Silver Medalists,
are currently planning to show
Touch of Class and Abdullah, their
Olympic mounts, at the Gold Cup.
Fargis and Homfeld, along with
Leslie Burr, Westport, Conn., and
Melanie Smith, Litchfield, Conn.,
also won the Team Gold in a
separate competition.
Not only did this team win the
first Gold Medal ever taken by the
U.S. in jumping, but they were also
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the first team ever to win the Gold
Medal so decisively that Smith, the
final rider, didn’t have to go in the
second round.
Burr, who won last year’s Gold
Cup on Albany, the horse that she
rode in the Games, plans to defend
her title with Debbie Dolan’s
Btown gelding.
“I wouldn’t miss the Gold Cup
for the world,” says Burr, who also
plans to show Boing, 1983 Devon
Open Jumper Champion, and
Smith, who won the 1982 Gold
Cup on Calypso, has not finalized
Bean nematode alert given
NEWARK, Del. Delaware
soybean growers should be on the
lookout for soybean cyst
nematodes in their fields now. New
infestations have been identified
on a number of farms during the
past few weeks especially in
Sussex County.
University of Delaware
tension plant pathologist
plans to compete in this year’s
The Grandprix horses begin
their competition Friday at 6 P.M.
in a qualifying round for Sunday’s
Gold Cup. The round is also a
World Cup qualifier.
Intermediate and Open Speed
horses show Saturday morning,
afternoon and evening.
Pleasure Driving classes will
feature competition among single
horses drawing a vehicle through
obstacle courses. The gentle giants
of the equine world, the Per
cherons, will be on view daily.
Mulrooney urges growers to check
any areas where soybeans appear
yellow and stunted.
“Don’t let these problem areas
go undiagnosed,” he warns.
“Early identification of SCN is the
key to control. Fields most likely to
be infested with SCN are those
which have been in continuous
soybean culture.”
Once the problem has been
identified, producers can take
preventive steps next year such as
selecting resistant soybean
varieties or, where possible,
rotating to a resistant crop such as
com or sorghum.
“If you suspect a problem,” says
Mulrooney, “call your county
extension office for information on
how to sample for the soybean cyst
nematode. Check fields now while
symptoms are easy to spot.”
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