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 - New Liquid Fertilizer Plant Proposed By Texas...
New Liquid Fertilizer Plant Proposed By Texas Liquid Fertilizer Company Plans arc now being made for the construction of a liquid fertilizer solutions manufacturing plant at Katy Addicks-Barker HOC Changes Party Date The game party sponsored by the Addicks-Barker Home Demonstration Club has been changed to Wednesday, March 21 at 10 a.m. It will be held in the hospitality room of Carnation Creamery on Waugh Drive in Houston. Admission for this party is only 75c which covers lunch and a full day of playing enjoyment. enjoyment. We'll be looking for you there! Pasture Field Day Set For Friday The 7th Annual Pasture Field Day of the Rice-Pasture Experiment Station will be held March 16, 1956; at 10:00 a.m. This station is near Beaumont, Beaumont, Texas. Dr. R. E. Patterson, vice- director, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, will be the principal speaker in the morning. He will review Texas Texas research on "Improved Beef Cattle Through Performance Performance Testing." Noon lunch will be served by the ladies of the Home Demonstration Clubs. A tour of the station pasture pasture work will start at 1:00 p.m. Results of grazing trials, wintering fall calves, fertilizer fertilizer experiments, pasture establishment establishment following rice, grass and legume variety tests will be discussed at the various oasture and field tests visited. this fall, according to Mclvin Scott and Willis Hicks of Texas Liquid Fertilizer Co. This plant will make liquid fertilizer solutions of various analyses by mixing anhydrous ammonia* or aqua ammonia with liquid phosphoric acid and muriate of potash. Until the plant goes in operation, operation, these. new fertilizer solutions will be trucked in from plants already in operation operation and distributed by the company. Mr. Scott and Mr. Hicks believe believe these new fertilizer solutions solutions have a great potential in this area due to their ease of handling and application and low cost. They are non- corrosive, have no vapor pressure, and may be handled in any kind of water-or gasoline gasoline container. They may be applied in the irrigation water, sprayed or dripped on top of the ground, or placed several inches deep in the soil with applicator machines. Two companies hi the Rio Grande Valley and one company company in Louisiana reported excellent crop results from these solutions last year. Another new liquid fertilizer fertilizer called aqua ammonia will also be distributed by the company this year. This fertilizer fertilizer is essentially the same aj anhydrous ammonia except except that it has been diluted down from 82',; nitrogen to 2l'/r nitrogen. The aqua ammonia ammonia will be distributed principally around Waller by the company's agents there, the Cater Products Co. In the way of sack fertilizer fertilizer the company was recently recently named the agents for a new pelleted fertilizer, completely water soluble, and available in popular analyses.

Clipped from The Brookshire Times15 Mar 1956, ThuPage 1

The Brookshire Times (Brookshire, Texas)15 Mar 1956, ThuPage 1
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