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April 27, 1967     The Perkins Journal
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PAGE SL THE PE$ JOLNAL , , , , ,,, n. J  , .establishment of alfalfa. You 1 XL in emutsLfiab]e concentrates or in granular formulations. When using Eptam, prepare the soil for seeding according News By Lester F. Smith, Payne County Agent tOThenherbicidcaCCeptedmix tOthePractie%a chemical,clean ApplYseedonebed.theto By Alice Cundiff Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Rains and daughter of Moore sitl Sat- urday afternoon with their grand ]parents, Mr. and Mrs. John ]Rains. Mrs. Edna Miller of Guthrie spent Thursday night with Mrs. Alice Cundiff. Mrs. Hazel Carrier of Stillwa- er visited Friday afternoon with Mrs. Eva. Tipton. Mrs. Frank Cundiff and Mrs. Frax Spillers spent Monday ,morning with ,Mrs Nelson Cun- liff. Mrs. Sadie Jrner end Daisy ]anway visited Saturday night and Sund: with their sister, ]Mrs. Lillie Decker. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Spencer were Wednesday dirm guests ith his mother, Mrs. lice Cun- diff. lr. azxd,Its Bill McDanet and Dav! and  Ms- .and Fa.=.Frank - were Friday lit SuP-. r. es'ts. eL Mr, and ls.' Bud ledus, J ' TRLPIC LIFESAVERS By Your Local Hrkwy Patrol Trooper Thi9 series of cluestians and snswcs on lighw'ay safety is intended  give information on good driving practices, familiar- tze yot with Oklahoma's model traff oodeand test your kowI- edge of Oklahoma's traffic laws. Please direct any questions to your local patrol troopers in care of this paper. QUESTIONS: I. W]at is the shape, color and aeaning of the yield sign? 2. What is the shape and color of the danger signs? 3. a do the danger signs tell you? Answers can be found on the "'ant Ad Page to highway pa- txol questions. ANSWERS: 1. The yieid sign is triangular and yellow with black lettering, It meets slow down and. or stop if necessary so you can yield the right of way to ve- hicles on the roadway eing entered 2. Yellow diamond-shaped signs with black lettering. 3. They warn you of a po- tential hazard that you may en- counter while driving. Cattlemen are facing some important decisions on what management practices to follow in order to produce an abund- ance of pasture and forage for their livestock. At a recent paure and for- age management meeting held in Payne County, several dif- ferent pasture management pro- grams were discussed which cattlemen may want to follow in order to maximize the pro- duction from their pastures. One program that many cat- tlemen are using that can in- crease carrying capacity by 30 per cent is to plant enough bar- muda grass to approach 10 per cent of their native grass aver- age. To fertilize the bermuda annually using vetch in the fall or using additional nitrogen fer- tilizer during the growing sea- son to provide an abundance of grass, then concentrate the cattle on bermuda during May and June relieving the pasture on the native grass giving it a chance to grow and provide late summer and winter grazing. Another program is to use su- dan and, or sudan hybrids plant- ed in April and early May to provide good succulent grazing, again, giving thenative grass a eanee to get adequate growth and develop deeper root sys- tems ,for food storage. The farmers or cattlemen who h,ve primarily-bermuda pas- lures have one or more choices two inches deep into the soil to increase carrying capacity of his pasture. To use high fertilizer rates on a part of your acreage will stim- ulate an abundant groh for heavy spring and early summer grazing. Use moderate fertiliza- tion on tlae balance to furnish late smmner and winter grazing. Another system Is to overseed with vetch and small grains in late October. This will provide good late winter and early spring grazing using a rotation pasture system so that. the sur- plus can grow to produce a hay crop and then be grazed later, and to have an area which was grazed early in summer that you can topdress with additional nitrogen in late July or early August to produce a good growth or wintering. For further information we have available fact sheets on bermuda systems of manage- ment. WOOD CONTROL IMPORTANT IN ESTABLISH- ING FORAGES Weed competition is a major problem you')l face as yo u s'tab- lish alfalfa and bernvUdagrass this spring. Ayailable herbicides will give thicop a chance to- grow and esblish a good root system, Eptam controls almost all the before you plant the alfalfa. You may use Balan to estab- lish an alfalfa seed crop. This new herbicide has shown excel- lent results in research trials. Two herbicides approved for use in bermudagrass are Sim- azine and 2,4-D. Both have been approvect by the Agricultural Stabilization Conservation Ser- vice for cost-sharing practices in Oklahoma in 1967. Ue Simazine at the time of sprigging to control annual weeds and grasses. Land should 'be free of weeds when you use this her- bicide. It will control ggrminat- ing weeds as they eerge in the stand during the season. Keep Simazine In suspension during application. And properly calibrate the equipment for pro- per and even application. The other herbicide for ber- mudagrass is 2,4-D. It is a pod-t- emergence spray you can use rom sprigging time on: It kills weeds by moving from the lea- ves through the plant. It will corot,'el most broadleaf weeds. But it doesn't conWol grasses: ,,,am ounce Ofprevention" app-. lies well to the esb!ihrnent Of alPalfa and bermudagrass. If , you get-a good stand by using ' rernmeru2ed herbicides, it sho- uld Last longer than a stand annual grases and most of the estlished with heavy weed annual weeds' that hinder the eompetition. Legion Memebrs or the Post 211 of the are reminded of monthly meeting the Lions Den this ening, May 3, at 8 I MA VOUROWN' I. With ' on bosebolh lill br. 2, Stor of movie, i career.= ' Yul Brynner :. i 3. Troupe mana! In Pink 7i i Roymol Msse '4, Slap of 'Iho the Paup,r." Fobin Seen ;. Current series. Ruder laaa Kon Jo,e AII oj- IrXV "JIUUJ 9 "eli*el Nobody's got a family plan like Chevrolet. , A NEW CHAttU,.. U.L Co Ga,r:d tore. Imelm lle  lleeel I l Wamon model= ,ome of the newe eddgioni to the r. ,,.......... And in the spirit of all family plans, you get more for your money. Plan I--Impala Sport Sedan families than any other car. 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