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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. " SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. NEWS- THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1972 SERVING THE FLORALA AREA FOR OVER 50 YEARS "[ I CONGRATULATIONS TO THE PEOPLE --whatS'C"un'w ,,,(,is cans .,'' p,ffi,,,,"""' plants to die? at blooming time? AND MASONS OF FLORALA ON THE There are severat insects and ]fa soil test was made, fol- diseases that cause peanuts to low its recommendations, if die. This year I have seen no soil test was made apply ! em.ial sank CeJe| ro|" white fringedbeetlelarvaeeat- 500 to 800 pounds of gypsum ing on the roots of peanuts and (landplaster) per acre over the J causing them to die and two row at every blooming time. diseases, collar rot and char- This material applied over the coal rot, causing some peanuts rows at blooming time insures A to die. that an adequate amount of cal- The larvae of the white fring- cium is available in the pegging ~ "O . ed beetle is a small lebless zone of the peanut plant. Top white grub with a brown head. yields and grades of peanuts Wner$ CECIL BASS Collar rot and charcoal rot af- cannot be produced unless suf- feet the peanut plant at or just ficient calcium is available to VERNON ELMORE JUNIOR NOBLES MRS. B. C. COX, JR. B. C. COX, JR. GUy W. SWAIM below the soil surface by rot- ting off the main root of the plant. There are no recommended controls for these pest that can be applied at this time. I applied a ton of lime to my peanut field and turned it the plants in the root zone (several inches deep in the soil) and in the pegging zone (soil surface and the top 2-3 inches of the soil) What types of farm and home blue prints are available at the Extension Service Office? We have a zonal selection ****** ***1-. MASONRY IS TRADITIONAL AT McDANIEL **'#t-.#t'.k.'***'k* "A-Wtt"'lt",4.***** W.H. McDANIEL /AASON & SHRINER FOR 21 YEARS JACK McDANIEL MASON FOR 12 YEARS JERRY McDANIEL MASON FOR 12 YEARS PAGE 19 of "free" farm and home blue prints. Our print service in- eludes the following t)~)eprints? (1) Trusses and Construction technique prints; (2) Farm homes; (3) Livestock and hay storage barns; (4) Crop storage lind processing facilities; (5) Recreational buildings and oqulpment; (6) Fence con- struction;(7) Beef cattle buildings and Equipment; (8) the Social Security Office with the proofs requested. Kilpatrick said, "TELESER- VICE" spves time for the claimant as well as for Social Security. He encouraged full regular use of this service. The telephone number for the An- dalusia Social SecurityOfficeis WX-6300. Just dial operator and ask for WX-6300. It is toll free. Dairy buildings and Equip- ~_~__ ment; (9) Hog buildings and ~_;~ r equipment; (10) Poultry build- ings and equipment; (11) The Social Security Ad- Greenhouses; (12) Farm Ma- ministration is continually chinery and Equipment; (13) trying to provide better service Marketing facilities; (14)Ma-to the people it serves, states ,~,,~~ ~~~ chinery storage buildings; 05) Vernon A. Kilpatrick, Manager Horse barns; (16)Miscellaneous of the Andalusia Social Security types of buildings and equipment Office" One f the mst effec" ~~~~- ;[...~.... blue prints. If you need some tire methods for providing type print drop by our office, better service is use of the Remember, they are "free". telephone, he added. The new approach is called When and with how much hi- "TELESERVICE." Kilpatrick trogen should I sidedress my said the Social Security Ad- lima beans? , "" Lima beans need tobeside-ministrationhasfoundthatmost 't :nedl~eldP?l,arb gel dressed with nitrogen when they Social Security business can be in' I l~l first begin to bloom. The re- conducted by telephone without o commended rate is 40 pounds the individual having to meet a much sooner..." "N" per acre. .To get 40# Social Security Representative--------- "N" would require approxima- in person. This includes taking JULY q...TAKE CALVE! tely 120 pounds of ammonia ni- claims, answering questions, or trate, completing questionnaires. The claim can be completed over How can I control aphids the telephone and sent to the (Plantiice) on my peas and Mex- applicant for signature. The Scan bean beetles on my lima application is then returned to , beans? Malathion sprays or dust ap- plied according to the directions ~' on the package will effectively &. control these insects. Early detection and control of these insects will be necessary in or- der to cut down the damage that the insects do to the plants. When should I begin treat- ing my peanuts for leafspot? The latest recommendation is to begin spraying or dusting peanuts to control leafspot when the plants reach 6 inches in diameter (any direction). Fun- gicides should be applied to the peanut crop every 14 days from the first application to 14 days before harvest. Yes; this means 6 or more applications but it has been proven as a way to pro- duce profitable peanuts. Do we have any boll weevils on the cotton? Yes, you can find a few boll weevils in all fields we have checked that had at least two true leaves. Live weevil counts on 2 to 6 leaf stage cotton is running slightly higher now than they were at this time last year. You can bet enough weevils sur- vived the mild winter to be a real problem. The real test of the 19'/2 weevil infestation will be known when the success of the first generation "hatch- out" occurs which could come about June Z0, to July I, in Covington County. "A bargain is when two people are sure they got the better of each other." 0 B. McNEILL OIL COMPANY PHILLIPS 66 JOBBER FLORALA, ALABAMA PERFORMANCE THAT COUNTS GO PHILLIPS 66 COBRATU/glO#G/ TO THE This The 10 2 nd OVER 20 YEARS OPEN All Day Every Thursday A TRULY DISTINCTIVE MEN AND BOYS STORE 118 N. MAIN STREET, ENTERPRISE