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twonty-fivo s ,ree. totalin 180 &a"e. With the eeption of e s eloave fams alfalfa production has not progreoee4 beyond the one or two ase trial stag. Them 180 ces wild bee fair req. asletment for five or sis If ftai s to p ide a better livelihood there wmst be fm 200to sores &"aOf alfalfa, Nt O&VIRU o mes etings, £9 ve h70 acres r osde for f cp p otio. Other fam prtteoo of k merit wat also be aped mmre rapidy thn heretofore. Is planning the v" of lan In this ar eOstdosi tion w"s given to the prest sontieos of sover, the fertility of the soil, the toghy of the ea.sco, co eitiom of prevailin bslldaM , eto. %*o ma" b w lines s a timber froo cropped laud ae usually wra perallel to forty l1nes, Imt 13 pratics wol fellow to a largeoextent the *kysie'l diaretosr prevailin in the fiold, wit t u too m t ar tty of faem fields. It is noessaq7 for t fare family to opate o lss than In mors of cop lnd. O this besis the seven thousand &ore* of erop land would ca reriately fifty to sxty, faers. It is quite probable that those fifty to sixty far nigt also provide the loeal abor for the oare of fire Uses and bihiwes, .spoeotsl) if they'a 1-3 worin 'bays. 3w% occasional "ploymot wold materially aid than in rehabilitating iA mAinatnaiui their Of the 10 sore of eop 1. there yeah b fm twty to thirty acre. of caltimted cops, the em asmost of grain s", the ame amsist of logi (preferbly alfalfa) or other m heyr crop, te*t to thirty sore. of plowable asture, lan. r twety to thirty acres of laEd evoted either to fallow or g rIn p So*. A discion of saad soil rotatien* m A atd ftn practices is not is order here. A.
Ther are a t 350 aor** of ma land in this ae. ih shmld sot be tle-4we 4,Wt kept as po eit hay sows. 1917 reeent ti~alh Indicate the adatability and high pradutivmene0 of ft arygas Ths grass be ue to pro a Uettor quality Of hey than the preset Soft* grass* n alder brush cous ing these marh land. Yawi.us fam eontigmus to *&rbes *shal& hav a sutable portion. of ueah lest to operte in eeajesotion with th upland. Apliation*e of poteas phosphate fartilisere as marsh** todesirable. :10ii Ittnli 1We ien &on Th p oee of fire Iae* i to pride a suitablo lie for $bas tl O ug su ch fie as e0e e0arly dtetioa etuintion. !hq restrict the dangr area. the mut be acoeesiblo to wheelet traffic and maintained fallow In the firO Reason or ele b. in intertilleo or grea frm cos sot Oubjoet to firs. Continuity of fire Imes is important and It boars repetition that their .saitanes, is a, if not more. imrtt t any other activity In this area, fer the proteotion of the forest orop eat gae. proution industries, as well as far fie pro toties ainst w tm. To r.Asoe the aro of poor lint 4eto4. to crop, their maximu width shod abot 2 ros. unless the altis of fair ng value eat sootot to provide sfficit tillale lat for the oep.3t of the violaity. As uin that fire Ian** will errs about 2- ros wi, their establismt mtit bring -umor cultivation about 20- .0mces The plean cosfines timuber Weas of about 80-160 ass within fire lame*, sin prst wo. farm fieldse, asn fir Ir e to be establisht. If an. premt hhtwero e abmone for public roead they should be cavertsd Into five lavoc. lire I"e. will need to be established ely in the solid stade of timber. erevr fields nw exist the fire Imse weuld be establishetd uo that side of