Wisconsin bankers' farm bulletin
Mortimer, G. B.
Wisconsin bankers' farm bulletin. Bulletin 32: how to secure seed grain PDF (904.3 KB)
I How to Secure Seed Grains Wisconsin Grown Seeds are the Best for Wisconsin. The quality of seed grains determines to a large extent what the yields - will be. Wisconsin has a climate that is exceedingly well adapted to seed production of the highest quality. Wisconsin has an enviable reputation as a seed producing state as the numerous calls for Wisconsin grown seed from all sections of the country Indicate. It has taken years of breeding to develop the best varieties of grains and corn for certain localities, and now that these have been shown to be superior to other varieties,-Wis- consin Grown Seed Grains and Corn-should be the motto. There is none better. Improved Varieties of Wisconsin Grains. Use the Wisconsin Improved varieties. They are the best ylel]era. In years of competition with other varieties they have not only won out in yield but they excel as well In quality. Th-y have been bred for Wisconsin conditions. Quality in Seed Grains Means:- Well matured seeds. One hundred per cent pure. A bright, live color. Freedom from disease, insect and mechanical Injury. A high weight per bushel. Freedom from dirt of all kinds. Freedom from weed seeds. Seeds well graded. Seeds not more than two years old. A sweet grain odor. A strong and high percentage of germination.
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