Unit Renames Leaders of Crop Group
Unit Renames Leaders of Crop Group Selvoy J. Boyer, Springville, Friday was rcelected president, Utah, Crop Improvement .Assn., at the opening- session of the group's two-day conference in Newhouse hotel, George F. Stalling^, Eden, also was reelected as vice president, but the post of secretary-treasurer, left vacant by the resignation of William M. Kasworm, Taylorville, likely will not be filled for about 30 days, sale", spokesmen, , Association members Friday afternoon were setting up standards standards for Utah grains, potatoes, clovers, alfalfa, onion seed and corn so that state certifications would corn-ply with International Crop Improvement Assn. standards. standards. Speakers Saturday will include Dr. R. H. Walker, director Utah agricultural experiment staticn; Dr. Arvil L. Stark, Wasatch Chemical Chemical Co.; Frank V. Lieberman, U. S. entomologist, Delta; Dr. John W, Carlson, Logan, associate agronomist, agronomist, Utah State Agricultural college; college; Dr. B. L. Richards, head, plant pathology department, Utah State Agricultural college, and Victor P, Rasmussen, state department department of agriculture.