The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 10, 1956 · Page 65
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 65

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Tuesday, April 10, 1956
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Spraying vegetable crops with insecticides controls not only soil insects, but many leaf-eating bugs as well. DDT and TDE are commonly used for this purpose, but it's best to consult authorities !n your locality for the insecticides they recommend. The tunnels through this individual corn root were made by rootworms. Notice the other roots which have been destroyed. This is typical of corn rootworms. Not only is the corn yield lessened, but the stalks fall and lodge, making harvesting difficult. $10,000 FOR NAME OF ONE QUINT THE WORIO'S MOST FAMOUS CALVES reach for Wayne Calfnip milk re- placer that saved their lives and doubled their weight in just seven weeks. Born prematurely, weighing one-fourth normal, they have gained faster than average calves. Saved-and-started on Calfnip and Wayne Calf Feeds, millions of people saw them on the "I've Got A Secret" television show. They have passed the critical starting period with flying colors and will be exhibited at state fairs and expositions this season. Wayne Feeds are offering S 10,000 in prizes for naming the bull calf in the group (second from right). The heifers are named Nola, Emma, Wanda and Anna. Altogether 203 valuable prizes are offered in this contest, including a Case "300" Tractor (plus a possible extra cash bonus of $1,000); a Ford Pickup Truck; a Maytag Automatic Washer; 100 famous Sheffield Carving sets; and 100 Handy 8-piece Kitchen sets. Anyone owning or feeding livestock or poultry of any kind may enter. The contest closes June 15, 1956. It's easy to enter—just get your free entry blank from any Wayne Feed Dealer. Have your seed treated now... with Du Pont Seed Disinfectants No other step in growing crops pays as high returns for so small an expenditure For over 30 years Du Pont Seed Disinfectants have been a "magic key v to bigger, better crops. All these years Du Pont has set the pace, improving products for safer, easier use by commercial treaters and farmers. * Today, Du Pont Seed Disinfectants are still setting the yield records . . . records which have prompted experiment stations to remind farmers that returns from use of proper seed disinfectants can be as much as $75 for every dollar invested. When you have your seed treated, insist that Du Pont products be'used. Regardless of the seed-treating equipment used, whether with liquid, slurry or dry method, there's a superior Du Pont Seed Disinfectant for every seed you plant. TREATERS AND SEEDSMEN: Your use of famous Du Pont seed-treating products tells your customers that you stress quality in every product or service you offer. Write Du Pont, Semesan Products, Wilmington, Del., for nearest distribution point. FOR TREATING SEED ON THE FARM: Small packages of these products are available in seed houses and stores: "Ceresan" M for small grains and cotton; "Arasan" for corn, soybeans, grasses, legumes, sorghums and rice; "Delsan" A-D, a combination of insecticide and "Arasan" thiram fungicide for corn, peas and all kinds of beans. On all chemicals, follow label instructions and warnings carefully. Du Pont Seed Disinfectants Your "Magic Key" to Bigger, Better Crops! •M.V.S.MT.O't •ETTII THING* »Oi HTTU IIVINO ... TMIOUGM CMMNSTtr

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