The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 2, 1967 · Page 39
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 39

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Thursday, February 2, 1967
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Because Amiben herbicide has all these qualities that soybean farmers want. • Convenient to use. Liquid concentrate mixes instantly with water to form a true solution. Granules are clean, easy to handle. Controls both broadleaf weeds and grasses —many more species than any other soybean herbicide—(some 51 broadleaf weeds, and 25 grasses including seedling Johnson grass). • Weed control lasts all season long but there is no soil residue, or carryover, at harvest. (You can plant winter grains as soon as you take off your beans.) • Not harmful to soybeans, no adverse effect on soybean seed germination. • Economical —$3.34 per acre banded at the 2 Ib. per gallon rate. * No wonder Amiben is used on more acres in leading soybean states than all other soybean herbicides combined. Better call your dealer and get your supply early. You'll never know how high your soybean yields can go until you use Amiben. whyAMIBEN istodays no.1 soybean herticide

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