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10- The Sidney Herald, Sidne),, Mont., Wed., April 11, 1973 NEWS NOTES from Your County Extension Agent ELLIS E. WILLIAMS Montana State University, Bozeman JERRY SCHAEFER Cooperative Extension Service ELM DISEASE Dutch Elm disease, which has virtually eliminated American elm trees in many states during the last few decades, has been found for the first time in Montana. The disease previously had t.n found in the border states of Idaho, Wyoming, North Dakota and South Dakota. Dr. l,arry Claflin, plant pathologist at Montana State University, who previously worked with Dutch Elm disease several years in Kansas, confirmed presence of the fungus f Ceratocystis ulmi) in a s4"Ae from an American elm in Missoula. "It is likely that Dutch Elm disease could spread over Montana," Claflin said. However, it took the parasite about 15 years to cross Kansas, and re,naval of diseased trees, wherever found, can be ef- feetive in checking its spread. The first symptons of Dutch Elm disease are yellowing, wilting and in'owning of leaves on individual branches, which eventually may die. Stripping the lmrk reveals brown streaks in the .,mpwood of branches. The only positive method of diagnosis is plating out wood- chip .mples on agar and identifying the fungus with a micToscopc. a'ead of the fungus parasite up and clown the tree from initial point of infection can be extremely rapid. Dutch Elm disease can "completely devastate" n tree within two weeks. Dutch Elm disease results from an unusual partnership between a fungus and host insects ( European and Amcrican Elm lmrk beetles}. Although the fungus alone "lae tiny, thack beetle ( about one-fourth inch long) lays eggs Itween the lmrk and woody tissues of weakened or dead elm trees. The eggs soon hatch and larvae make definite (but not always recognizable) patterns of "tracks" as they feed outward. After the larvae pupate to form young adult beetles they .atter to feed on elm wood ti,sue, usually in the crotches of smaller twigs. If the larvae were feeding on diseased wood the beetles carry fungal spores to infect other trees. Early attempts to control l)utch Elm disease hy spraying elm tmrk beetles with in- secticides primarily I)DTI were mostly unsuccessful. Removal and burning of lisead trees is the most ef- fective control for Dutch Elm disease. Benomyl, a fungicide, in me cas has given about per cent successful control, but is too c)stly for large areas. Nothing should be clone with trees suspected of having Dutch Elm disease until it is positively identified. Then the infected tree should be removed and burned im- mccliately. No elm tree wood should be salvaged or kept for fireplace burning or any other purpose because the beetles prefer to lay eggs in diseased or dca(I chn wood. Methoychlor sprays can reduce the beetle population when used on a community - wide basis. Some spread of Dutch Elm di.zasc occurs through root :rafL Itween diseased and healthy trc's. It is possible to trench I.,twc:n trees and treat with Vapam. but this is stly and a job for experts. Chinese (Siberian) elms and mc other chn species are satisfactory control. People who have observed wilting in branches of American elm trees shouhl bring in samples to your County A,ent. office. Samples should consist of about eight branches one-half to one inch in diameter l to facilitate chip removal l and about seven inches lon'. Samples should be taken from the area believed to be infected. They should t: shipped in a plastic bag or wrapping to i,revcnt drying, so try to wrap them fieforc you bring them in. Uniform Donation lz, Roy Anderson, second from right, vice president and head cashier at the Sidney National Bank, presents a check to Jim Paladichuk to cover the cost of uniforms purchased by" the bank for the Sidney Junior \\; turday, AAU wrestlers. Accepting the check were members of the AAU wrestling committee from left, Start Albertson, Larry Garriott, Paladichuk and AI Mann, at right. The uniforms were used during the state wrestling competition at Great Falls last week and will be used in the national finals at Missoula in June. -- Don Mraehek Photo April 21 Easter Special Free Canned Ham Muffler Installation Shock Absorber Installation Glass Installation With Each Windshield ,Sidney Radiator and Glass Shop Phone: 482-1910 After Hours-: 482-3294 I241qJ I Sale Time: 1:00 p.m. LOCATION: North Edge of Lambert, Mont. on Highway caus the disease, it is carried resistant and seldom are at- .,,..j.  .,,..,    9.,.  .,,,. 4,,,- 4,. by thel.mtleasthemainvector !ackc, by Dutch Elm disease, f -- TRUCKS-- transmitting funsal spores he.searchers are attempting to from infected to healthy elm obtain American elms with. wood. natural immunity or to find a  ._ =. .. .. _. .. _. _. _. ._ ._ _. _ _ ._ _. ..| j 1972 Ford Pickup- 10,000 Miles j I R g AID g I * ,,,, Chrysler-4 dr. with Factory Air * am blin n | 1960 Chevrolet School Bus Camper * t J 1956 GMC Boom Truck - 25 ft. Booms J t t t t t ,l/lJ. ,,......_ j  .-- 44- Massey Fergerson Diesel Tractor- 2000 hrs. "---'-'" -'- No. 5 John Deere Mower Ceilings on lef, pork anti lamb l'it limits them to the highest level charged (luring the Im 30 days. These controls do not apply to farm prices which ninny oontend wouhl lead to hlack marketing, rationing aml ultimately higher lwic. Ix,L. hope this move is the right one aml will stabilize prics which will be in the best intcre. of all concerned. l k, mand aml iwices remain Kood. There was me concern at the time of our March 28 sale but the following samples illustrate a fairly stable situation except for pressure on heavy fleshy calves: 77 seers, 485 lmunds, $61.50; 70 steers, 565 IIs,, $,54.90; 131 fat steers, 1205 lira., $4,t.00; 10 steers, 771 Ibs., $50.30; 20 heifers. 657 Ibs., $47.30; 4 heifers, 441 Ibs., $56; 37 sttrs. 660 lbs., $52.50; 43 heifers, t;i lbs., $45.80; 19 steers, 601 lbs., $55; 12 hred heifers, $425 and $460; baby calves, $110 to $145 each. ! okint ahead: We will be on that sam(' sale schedule - hogs aml sheep on Mondays anti cattle on Wednesdays. Our sales will soon cut clown from the past 3500 to 4000 head sales but still be of good enough volume to draw the buyers, Meat Cost Facts! The best measure of cos is the amount of work rluired to make a imrchase. By that standard anti that of the take home pay, Amcrica's consumers are well t|'eatc|l even today with higher meat in'ices. January's average wage of $3.78 per hour can la' turned into 3.1 pounds of ta, ef.which was what an hours work in 1965 wouhl by. The meat story nmst be tohl. Tuesday, April 24 SALE TIME: Free Coffee 1:00 p.m. and Doughnuts Hart Portable Welder and Power Plant - 200 amp 2- 9 ft. Sund Pickup Attachments 1 Skid- 1 Wheel 2- Pickup Fuel Tanks Two Wheel Trailer 10 in. Table Saw 61/2 in. Table Saw 10 in. Radial Arm Saw V2 in. Drill and Press Acetylene Welder 300 Amp Forney Welder - Like New 2 Power Saws 1972 Lund 16 ft. Lake 1970 Mercury 20 Hsp. Tandem Trailer Single Trailer Anvil 2 Side Deliveries Concrete Post Forms Welder clamps 2 Pickup Radios Wind Reel 2 Feed Mills Boat Motor 1 973 i 7 P Wide Wheels and Rims for Ford Pickup 120,000 BTU Forced Air Furnace 2 Lawn Mowers RCBS Reloading Outfit - Dies for 30-06, 300 Savage, 30, 303 Brdish, 270, 308 Norma Magnum :=F Scales - Bulletsand Powder - Bullet Puller -" ,ul Scale Carpenter Tools 16 ft. 5 in. Grain Au Air Tank and Compressor Space Heater " Air Conditioner 303 British Rifle Water Cooler Electric Clothes Dryer Tool Boxes Sewing Machine ..... Hay Rake 12 ft. John Deere Tool ill i LOCATION: Across River SE of Sidney - 11 miles on Burma Road. Signs will be posted (Owners) Quick Way Back Hoe Mounted on 1946 Chevy 4x4 Truck Other Household Items and Some Antiques Too Numerous To Mention TERMS: CASH Not Responsible for Accidents AUCTIONEER 1 Rouid Torger'm - Lie. 125 Bonded CRK James Bieber-Lie. $7 Torgerson Brothers These items consigned by REDLIN BROS. CO. 1969 Versatile 145 Tractor, 18.4-30 Duals and Cab Super 99 Oliver GM Diesel 98 Massey Fergerson GM Diesel Duals 660 IHC Cab - TA Duals 21 ft. IHC Tandem Disc with Midwest Mulcher 12 ft. IHC Rod Weeder - Pull Type 12 ft. John Deere Rod Weeder 12 ft. John Deere 14 in. Hoe Drill with Kirschman Fert-ilizer Attachment 16 ft. Owatonna Self Propelled Swather Terms May Be Arranged- Items Subject To Prior GARY SCHILLING, CLERK RON.,LD TORGERSON Lic. 125- Bonded Sidney, Mootana Richey Bank sn-- Bie 6 Terms Cash ,tl Not Responsible For Accidents Posting of this Sale Bill in public places and delivery of copies to creditors will serve as compliance with New Uniform Commercial Code Law. Owner JAMES BI EBER Lic. 67 - Bonded Fairview, Montana @