The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 8, 1966 · Page 27
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 27

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Tuesday, March 8, 1966
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YouW your p&t acre can go... WEED CONTROL W eeds eat profits. Get rid of them before they start to grow with one pre-emergenceapplicationof Amiben when you plant. If you use top management, how many beans you take off at harvest depends upon how good your weed control is from the start. One application of Amiben when you plant kills most annual broadleaf weeds and grasses —keeps fields clean until harvest.This means there is no weed competition for nutrients, moisture and light throughout the growing season — no delays at harvest, waiting for weeds to freeze off — or shattering losses from having to hit bean plants hard with the combine reel. You get lower moisture beans —higher quality beans, and more of 'em. And they return more profit to your pocket. Amiben is clean, easy to handle, leaves no residue in the soil. It costs just $3.34 per acre banded at the 2 Ib. rate recommended for most soils—returns many times its value in extra bushels harvested when good soybean management practices are followed. See your farm supply dealer today for Amiben—your best assurance of outstanding weed control in beans— and today's No. 1 soybean herbicide by a wide margin. AMCHEM PRODUCTS, INC., AMBLER, PA. m m ,V<v.v'.i

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