From Miranda's Southern Maryland

Champion Tobacco Growers Use Agrico (1931)


Now more than ever before it is vitally necessary for the farmer to use adequate applications of fertilizer in order to get maximum yields per acre and low unit costs. The best grades of fertilizer are generally the cheapest to use, for the higher the yield are generally the cheapest to use For the higher the yield per acre, the lower is the fertilizer cost per unit of the crop grown. Fertilizers of high crop producing power cost only a few cents more per acre and the slight difference in cost is usually returned many times over.


Horace Bowker, President

The American Agricultural Chemical Co.

100 West Baltimore St., Baltimore, Md.