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The Southern farm gazette. (Starkville, Miss.) 1895-1909, May 01, 1906, Image 1

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\ OL 11. NO. 12. ^ IAKK\ fc. M;ss A 1. 1 *> . >0 CENTS A > EAR.
Cotton without H .cin-i
2 M. A*no >•
i w ... -Mate a tew act** a t
bav:cif eee*e era e 4*->wo the
ljTa«*M ;n cotton row* n-: a ;
bceinjf out the e-a-v. a* "a
«oxe experience. A* car; w
remember, the rear* 1 «<** and
«err eery poof
in tbm nectioc. Ow.se t the
excels, re ra.ntal; n • * I
fenced ■ ac^en of .an : t. r. a
<eeve n sr cotton patch.
foar.v :n Mar 1 ch rt’’ . *r.
cotton, putt a* t t * a >ucd
Tbea I ran two rr ah *,» tn a
12-inch hu er p. The ' 2z~. .a
of Mar .t commenced 'a n r.*;
and I se er pi. wt t as r tt n
any more t:' the x dc.e :
The crab (jraHH teen wan _
V# * • s ^ . i
ifave .t a thorough y v- n* ,ir»
Q|f trass oo • n »sc if .
Thirteen head ccr‘ ' a err
kept e the -a r«
their work to* % the a
.nc "*o w r. . tba: tb * rie ■ t •
plowed toe <*tb n re ,va a
eras*.
Tht« crop prxiu ed
pound* seed l*. n r «-r a re
la ■ "!1 cotton was -a n n tb -
tie.*! w.ta one at- a**. or. . : r-.>
d a
ton per a re *bi'e other ,^nls
oc 33 t p ace made n t;. n*. T .
crops .a other bcld- a r-m n
cd a tb c~ass.
1* icr brother larrcer
t.cns this statement, c*. a c
fer. e his cottco beid wtb woven
».it ‘re n*' *>r two *- ita. h p ank
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'a ffiaov ’. > ■,% . net;!.
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v, -r* n • . • ,ic ..
‘d-r t ‘ a * C -n
Vi h4l Cc. c**■ s. r . ta n.4«» c a
crop :ci! •». :■ r icO u r •*
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f c ct, ct'sc n *• r lit.: ! •?!. -a •
at -1 -
- v n v h z i- : pa«.*, u r e w ;! do
u - r ng the rex* nder
• > g row ng **ea**on warn
•” ’> *''■ n<-*t needed :n the cot*
‘■any ;>rrs c* w;d xag: ne
‘ '-at t - e gee**e w I need x 'ch
’* a ter -t a trough .«! water
* a ed .n toe "t tor. p.tcb w
' * «•> m ^
' ■ ’ 1 *. *>• %. *
.*. ;ar he to tnc po.n: for xc
%' a * that I ax planning u>
d' h ’ton ti *> vear bv - *. ng
-r s**trad i hoe hand**
< <'ru Mcn < >rgani/e
■ a n . x ..•e.* of xcs if.
^ .** *. I - C DS,,
• i -l'f and <. r^an.ced a corn
' "'s 4«»MH iitiOC. Tb> S
— hrst : r u. t o» itsc ag.ta'uoc br
»•» •!*.•• r an association of
t - * c ... ■» the !.-st xect.ng
*>. a‘c c .n^idered .n tie light
a | tn a a r v •.•rg-ac.ia*
.r. t caGBi ! -»e ■stated at thi>
■a iat trrr tory the
:r- : * th- a«*«*ot .at ion
"* a . r \ sc nd meet ng
t ■. hc.d a Acts later, but
r that meeting can*
C - n tt.s ■*«.*jt*.
r. rr.: er o: Vttrr* *\a *•
r c:,cti bv the editor of the
■ a it.- ru m men ;a arious
a'”.'- ’ Y ->-* H»ippi and n other
't^'. v >-iv D|t the r ters aant
t t. *v ..:» ». rn Lreed.njf and*
-1 s r„ •. .^evomc m -mber>. It,
^ :• be ' > cd that the a^'toona*
n n «*: ateni oced a:.I be broad ;
en u^n t » aciude men ;n aLl
.• ti n ,.i that there « id be
formed a numt r of - ■ .
gan at'oo% In the at ter
j * tae ^ma .er qc»
federated under oe go. -4
tan atson.
1 here can be no dv-ubt that
>rn ■» going it* .* :>rt-d nr* n
trie term rv tae < .a ette t \
metaod^ tnat a ena c t: e
breeder to a now ;rrta a ? t::.»t
w sat 3r >e.ect*‘ i r «n*cd eacn
vear >. from tae be>t strata
corn grown by bite. Ur *elect
mg *ucb >eed annna.lv. tne
. M L _ - .J ,4
SUCH Uj *....: SCit -
t on* wu; rt'iu.! sn * a. a *t ra n*
-orn as w ... xa*e corn _• r w
ia< :ar x >rc profitable than at
present anti do xuch to J.*ab sc
the x .nd* d many Urmer* that
!t * necessary to *j:.e ah' at a ■
tncir energies t.. cotton ifr /**•
The editor of the «.a ette w:'.I
be glad to hear from afi other*
who wnsh to Oin an as*o :at;>.n
of th:* « nd. or who mended ; >
Pursue corn breedsh* n sepend*
ent.y. It * desired to ifct a ;
the breeders as*o* ated w th
suitable vO-workers for t:sc;r
xutuai instruction through an
nterchanife oI * d e a ^. . be corn
S ' *■ * • ^ * «*• *■ duu'* v\ :
not pro' tab.y change f. •* • ethod
vi preparing the .and .r culti
vating the crop. In union and
cooperation there are strength
and protit lor c rn and
corn breeder-*. There .**, much
good literature .‘or corn rave,
and .t *.hOvi <d be **tud:ed ^are*
fully. Knowing how to d.* a
thioy i*» haviug jt ha 1 douc

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