The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 3, 1966 · Page 22
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 22

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 3, 1966
Page 22
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How to get 3 to 9 extra bushels per acre with AMIBEN WEED CONTROL -S.-V ,/^T v^^H. -^>;-^ If you follow good soybean management practices, Amiben weed control can pay for itself many times over. Here are the 7 easy steps to higher bean yields and profits. 1 ADAPTED SEED VARIETY • for your day length or latitude, with proper seed innoculation. 2 SOIL TESTING • pH adjustment; addition of correct amount of N, K and P if called for after test. 3 PROPER PLANTING DEPTH • for your soil—and correct plant population to obtain good stand. 4 PROPER EQUIPMENT • well maintained and adjusted for planting and harvesting. Clean out sprayers carefully—check nozzles — calibrate. 5 CORRECT TIMING • early planting—care in harvesting before beans shatter. THESE 2 BIG STEPS MAKE THE OTHER 5 PAY OFF 6 GOOD SEED BED PREPARATION > No clods, crop trash or foreign materials. Preparing a smooth seed bed is especially necessary. If seed bed is not smooth, skips can occur when using any pesticide, liquid or granular. 7 AMIBEN , for control of both broadleaf weeds and grasses. Based upon an average price of $2.47. per bushel to the grower, Amiben banded at the 2 Ib. rate recommended for most soils, returns to many farmers enough to pay for the herbicide about 2 to 6 times over. And that's real profit for any grower whose management practices are good enough so that superb weed control can make the big difference. See your dealer today for Amiben —No. 1 in soybeans by a wide margin—because it controls most an* nual broadleaf weeds and grasses with one pro-emergence application at planting-leaves no soil residue to affect rotational crops. Available as liquid concentrate or in granular form. first name in herbicide research AMCHE.M PRODUCTS, INC. AMBLER, PENNSYLVANIA

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