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4-6 the 1lne faee ftro of timber. Wheor timbr is fmat wes both side of the ltser fences eWhoe fire lease are to 'be established, the way *saw spac. on each side of t5 fenc but fom the staotut of operation nd. that the farers will maitain those firs lanss with saw aposeation from state or ty. ley wot have the prvilee of ptting crop* us them which preeted ". fire ,a" a he ,e t return seoo frm the crop. Vith eva* duasI ,tilimatiou in mind$ the fir. lane* a" not always located directly voa latd lines but Wherever *eil condition ake fer expectation of laer returns to the perss ** saintain this. hI some lstanee* the fire loe* or pertloss thereof we entirely Iaitbl. for e ng a" woult be sipl saintained as 'bae load. Ikn *las fo the moaisease of pproximtely 54 milos of fire lane in the a". Of this total prelb*) about fifty per east *&&It havie to be new Oetablslh* In exlsting tiber t the Waimea merely require "inaite"40. In order to rete the Areage of poor sgriovatm plow-ea- , *bolter belts should be sastaimet at a stism width of two rods without a set owmytim. Unde certain .esItitnse the fire lanes may be wide3ed. is order to provite for neededa rop Uea, but shelter bets shoild never be reduced below tw. rods is width to be most offestiie. Whi stheter 'belts are full grow, oem aleag the vest site of every forty would proh5bly provite adequte protoetios. U~mvew, in order to provide j~il proteetios and in order to r#m the #AM of gtor Iaa In egoaa the location of two *belter belts per forty has 1boe #movralliy rsssediet on the land e map. mo fros widstoerms to fields ed crops is sot alwms apparent.
rimtal results emwe4 at the Seo* 3xP#Amat Asmt .-eva that the cas m be InJ d wiM tome m still mk a sta, bet the ieolds y U rued ot Slo mor s . Dm- to corn ti the most noticeble, bat other rp a ese InJt,4 b drifting aa*. lot only Is the irrogalar but certainnuy o ore a seros en, bat the lees of the finer partiales of .eil *ad the blosi out of orgic atter whe the sufacs, M rft*s w imrtt fertility loss ich should be redud. In ether words. smdst m to damage st 0y17 a crops are, u the field, bat also whe the *11 is ~exose In the w1Ater se*W. Msttinuos *eve with gow UiAt cos will reatfly ros. suah bloswn of *an, but th sell ot be *xpaod while fittin for plantin an St times it itosirable to UA, the land fall plowe, and the plnting of pemanet shelter belts is the beet available **the& of poteetion. belter belts shu&l be of a mixed patin of cotceh snd bNrway pVias or a pius* with Jac or eeth pine or the outside an Norw pieoa the iside. #e spacin isa this teitor shuld b a little *iAer than usual, probably *i4*t IV eight feet, the plas beag stagered ina alternte ros. th niali width of shelter belts should be fou r ows with some . wa fixed. If the planting of shelter belts be wider than four rows It should be ma. ia ulte te platin of a Scotob or Ja pins, because survival of the Rwa pins voa some of the pem or drier soils of Wei ara is not a seltaia mattor. h writeor believes that lNorwa pino should be planted for tbo paoupe* of fimickia small ttubue, eto., to fstwro semations bat that the s-ncee, ffietiene, mad rati of t shelter belt shouldt not depen entirly upon the. In aition to field proteetion thes of iving timber (*nw tre ) proteetion of highewas qagaist sum blockades *shoul be consitewet. fte plan provides the mdas ro#a with sNaw fonoos* or solid timber protectien teoept is a for ease*. 1ho loodside "w of