Wisconsin boys' and girls' clubs leaders hand book
Outline of club projects: corn growing projects, pp. 13-15 PDF (534.7 KB)
14 ment Association to a limited numiber of club Mem- bers in each county in the state. Corn plot should be as nearly as possible in the form of a square and at least 40 rods from another, cornfield. M'uit exhibit at somne public fair or festival. B. Basis of Award Amount of seed saved ................ 30%o Cost of production ...... ....... _25% Exhibit of 10 ears . . 25% Record and story. . .......20%16100% C. Honor Button Requirement 1. The honor pin will be awarded to not more than 10 club members in the state. 2. An honor member must (1) Be a club member in good standing (see mem- bership rules). (2) Exhibit at some public.place. (3) Meet all requirements under project. (4) Submit report, signed by two witnesses. (5) Must raise at least Y/2 bu. of corn per sq. rd. Project I. A. Consists of growing at least halt an acre (more if possible) of -corn, any standard variety, to secure the greatest possible yield and greatest profit from the investment. Accurate records must be kept of all items of expense. Seed corn should be saved and carefully cared for and total yield of crop deter- mined. No seed corn will be furnished free for this project. Write the state club leader for complete outline.
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