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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com June 26, 2018 • Page 7 AUCTIONS Seeing Stunted Yellowing Corn In Patches? BROOKINGS, S.D. - If growers are seeing stunted yelling corn in patches, it could be due to corn nematodes, said Emmanuel Byamukama, Assistant Professor & SDSU Extension Plant Pathologist. "Several plant parasitic nematodes infect corn leading to reduced plant vigor, stunted growth and yield loss," he said. Plant parasitic nematodes are microscopic worm-like organisms that live in the soil. They have a "feeding strawlike" structure called a stylet that they use to injure the plant roots and suck nutrients from the plant cells. "Some of the nematodes feed from the outer surface of the root without entering the root (ectoparasites), whereas other types enter the root and feed from within the root (endoparasites)," Byamukama explained. "Infected roots have reduced water and nutrient uptake and wounds created by nematode feeding can be entryways for fungal pathogens." Byamukama added that nematodes, in general, are slow movers. "They are spread through tillage and water movement within the soil," he said. "This is the reason corn plants with severe nematode infection appear in patches (Figure 1)," he said. Nematode infection in corn usually goes unnoticed or can be mistaken for other diseases such as root rots or nutrient deficiency. Yield loss due to nematode infection can still occur without necessarily observing above ground symptoms. Sampling for Corn Nematodes The first step to effective nematode management, Byamukama said is diagnosing the type and density of corn nematodes in the soil. "Since corn nematodes can be inside the root and also on the surface of the root, diagnosis of these nematodes requires sampling both soil and corn roots," he explained. For fields suspected to have corn nematodes, four to six plants should be carefully dug out without injuring the roots when corn is still young (before V6). The stalk can be cut off and only the root mass sent to the Plant Diagnostic Lab: SDSU Plant Diagnostic Clinic, SPSB 153, Box 2108, Jackrabbit Dr., Brookings SD 57007. To increase chances of determining if nematode infection is causing the symptoms being observed, Byamukama encourages growers to collect another set of four to six plants from parts of the field with no symptoms. To sample the soil, use a probe or a shovel to obtain 20 cores of soil between 6 to 8-inches within the root zone. Soil from non-symptomatic areas should be collected separately to determine population densities in symptomatic and non-symptomatic areas. Up to 2 cups of soil for each location within a field can be mailed or dropped at the SDSU Plant Diagnostic Clinic. Corn Nematode Management Every corn field may, to some extent, harbor corn nematodes. "What determines the need to apply corn nematode management practices is the type and density of nematodes infecting corn in a given field," Byamukama said. For instance, he explained, the threshold for needle nematode is 10 nematodes/ 100 cubic centimeters of soil whereas for spiral nematode, the threshold is 1000 nematodes. "That is why it is important to have the soil and corn plants tested in the lab to de- termine the type and density of different nematodes infecting corn," Byamukama said. The most common management practice is crop rotation. However, some the nematodes that infect corn can also infect other crops such as soybean. "Therefore, this practice alone may not be effective against certain nematodes that have a wide host range," Byamukama said. Nematicide seed treatments are another corn nematode management practice. The commercially available nematicide seed treatments include Aveo, Avicta Complete, Nemastrike, and Poncho Votivo. 2 Day Household, Antique & Collectible AUCTION FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 2018 Located: - Wausa, NE - City Auditorium AUCTION Starts @ 4:30 PM Tinker Concessions AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Please join us for this late afternoon Auction for Phyllis Nelson. We will be offering the Household, Tools, Garage Items from Phyllis’ home. All items are exceptionally clean and would be a nice addition to anyone’s home. This session of this Auction will last approx. 2 to 3 hours. Items will be located in the lower level of the Wausa, Nebraska City Auditorium. You will also have the opportunity to view the outstanding items that will be sold on Saturday in the upper level. Visit our web site WWW.CHJAUCTIONEERS.COM HOUSEHOLD: Sears Cold Spot Refrigerator/Freezer. Hot Point Electric Stove. Crosley Chest Type Freezer. G.E. Automatic Washing Machine. Maytag Neptune Electric Dryer. Newer Modern Style China Hutch. Rose Colored Recliner. Large Modern Dresser w/ Mirror – “American Drew Inc.”. Rubbermaid 2 Door Storage Cabinets. Book Shelves. Haier Dehumidifier. Asst. Pots & Pans, Baking Dishes, Electric Roaster. Several Small Kitchen Appliances. Fabric, Sewing Supplies & Craft Supplies. Many Seasonal Decorations. Hoover Upright Vacuum. Luggage. Several CD’s. Plus, Other Misc. Household Items too numerous to mention. LAWN & GARDEN ITEMS & TOOLS: Craftsman 6.75 hp. Walk Behind Lawn Mower – Like New. Wheel Barrow. Step Ladders. Wheel Barrow. Asst. Tools, Wrenches, Sockets Etc. Fishing Equipment. Rakes, Shovels, Garden Tools Etc. Hydraulic Jacks. Asst Hand Tools of All Types. Asst. of Electric Tools, Drills, Saws, Sanders, Etc. Plus, many more misc. items too numerous to mention. ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES Auction 12:00 • Sunday, July 1, 2018 Lunch Served National Guard Armory (603 Princeton) Vermillion, SD Auctioneer notes: for pictures and more go to Dakotarealty.com 2003 Ford Explorer great shape with 150,000 miles Coins: 80 quarters dates up to 1964, 2 1935 Indian head nickels, 1936 Indian head nickel, 1898 Liberty nickel, 1910 V cent nickel, 1937 Buffalo head nickel, Misc. coins 1971 Ike Dollar, 1987 Canadian dollar, 4 Sacejewia dollars, 2 Susan B Anthony dollars, state quarter, 2 centennial quarters, 10 misc. date nickels, 5 uncirculated nickels various dates, One box of miscellaneous stuff. Ed Lammers Estate: Maytag washer/dryer, Bedroom set (frame, headboard, pillow top mattress, dresser, end table), Bed frame, Office chair, Vintage chair, Vintage whiskey barrel, Metal shelving, Kitchen items, Vintage sewing machine, Vintage lawn furniture, Grill/BBQ tools, Fireproof locking 4 drawer file cabinet (with key), Mechanics creeper, Gravis Black Hawk joystick, Snorkeling & tennis equipment, Projection screen, Japanese items. Joe Glenn: Antique display cabinet, red leather sofa, lg coffee table, end tables, 2 antique trunks, patio chairs, lg. South Dakota picture, sitting chairs, Piano, King size bed w/mirror dresser, golf bags, banana box, small church pew, body guard treadmill, USD memorabilia, dehumidifier, rugs, patio table, surround sound system, queen bed, double bed, Sony TV, folding, dressers. Henriksen: 6E electric stove, microwave, desk, antique pump organ, microwave stand, books, antique jars, dishes, knick knacks, wooden shelves, quilt rack, cap collector, coffee table, sitting chairs, lamp, pictures and frames, silver pieces, antique door. Guest: Primitives, wash tubs, old keys, violin, mantle clock, boat oars, paddles, pyrex, cast iron, marbles, nest of bowls, Terry Redlin steins, Budweiser clock, Budweiser glasses, Coke collection, enamelware, Remington Wildlife, Art collection, Dale Earnhardt Nascar collection, Harvick & J.J. die cast cars, many unopened boxes. Jane Bowker: 8 H.P. 26” Yard Machines Snow blower w/electric start, extension ladder, rakes, shovels, hutch, sitting chairs, end table, couch, dining room table w/4 chairs 2 leaves, dresser, dresser w/mirror. Bob Peitz: Panasonic 42” TV w/ stand, Panasonic 65” TV w/stand, JVC CD/Radio system w/subwoofer, BOSE Acoustimass 7 speaker system, BOSE Acoustimass Series III speaker system, Panasonic digital phone, SONY 5.1 chancel AV 400 watt amp receiver, speaker stands, 2 Harley Davidson full face helmets, 2 Harley Davidson fork bags, Kuryakym motorcycle dresser backpack, box step for late model Tundra, 2 collectable Jack Daniels bottle bags in boxes, 2 antique International tractors, 3 portable humidifiers, 220 garage heater, 2 small pet carriers, Hand held pet eraser vacuum, heated water bowl, dorm refrigerator, deep fat fryer, microwave, cooler, Mr. Coffee, juicer, Prestor rotating pizza oven, Numerous kitchen items, 2 upholstered benches, 40” round glass top coffee table w/4 tuck under stools, Wizard of Oz Halloween leg lamp, Fall & Halloween decorations, 4’ Christmas wreath, lights, decorations, lg. 12 pc. Nativity set, 5 ½’ wooden cut out antique Santa, 2’x3’ white board tripod stand, 7’ cashmere Christmas tree, 4’ white fiber optic Christmas tree, digital bathroom scale, gorilla shelving, 15 sheets 1”X4” pegboard, shipboards hook, Suncast hose reel w/100’ hose, Bosch circular saw, 10” table saw w/stand, 18” electric chain saw, 24” hedge trimmer, 10’X12” (approx..) white back drop, 10”X12” (approx.) black carpet back drop, Dumb bells and exercise equipment, Queen size inflatable bed, bedding, curtain valances w/rods, decorative pillows, outdoor planters, assorted books, CD’s, DVD’s. Annar Pedderson: Table w/6 chairs, 2 end tables, electric portable grill, 3 wheel scooter (battery operated), and 2 walkers. Madsen Auction Service Gary Madsen 605-638-0643 Hazen Bye 605-670-0422 and Jim Brady 605-670-9638 2-Bedroom Single Story Home w/2 Garages In Irene at AUCTION SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 2018 Located: - Wausa, NE - City Auditorium AUCTION Starts @ 9:30 AM Tinker Concessions AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Wow what a line up we have for this Day # 2 Session of the Phyllis Nelson property. This is an Auction you will won’t want to miss. There is a fantastic offering of Collectibles, Furniture, Primitives and items that the Nelsons have had for years. This is only a partial listing of what will be sold. The Auditorium will be full and the selection will be wonderful. You don’t find auctions quite like these anymore. Visit our web site WWW.CHJAUCTIONEERS.COM ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Oak Curved Glass China Hutch – Extremely Nice. Large Square Oak Dining Room Table w/Several Leaves. Set of Pressed Back Chairs. Wainscoting Dry Sink. Vintage Medium Size Safe on Wheels. Spoon Carved Commode & Chest of Drawers. Oak 5 Drawer High Boy Chest of Drawers. Wooden Dresser w/Mirror and Hankie Drawers. Wooden Chest of Drawers w/Carved Handles. Wooden 2 Door Cabinet w/Top Drawers. Wooden Wash Stand. Small Wrought Iron Bench. Vintage Blonde Bedroom Set w/Bed. Dresser & Chest of Drawers. Parlor Tables. Small Primitive Tables. Numerous Wooden Chairs. Small Glass Display Cabinet. Floor Lamps. Oak Fern Stands. Cob Box. Vintage Speed Queen Wringer Washer. Iron Baby Bed. Wicker Baby Strollers. Large Selection of Depression Glass; Asst Colors, & Types – including Berry Sets Etc. Many pieces of Carnival Glass. Royal Doulton China Set. Large Set of Style House Fine China. Cut & Pressed Glass Pieces. Several Pieces of Roseville & Hull Pottery Pieces. McCoy Pottery Pieces. Oak Kitchen Clock. Shirley Temple Pitcher & Bowl. Many fine examples of Painted Plates, Bowls & Pitchers. Many Kerosene Lamps. Blue & White Plates. Set of Silverware. Baby Plates. Cream & Green & Gray Enamelware. Pitchers & Bowls. Toby Mugs. Very Large offering of Vintage Dolls. Holly Hobby Dolls. Mary Engelbreit Collectibles. Ladies Mesh Purses. Ladies Hankies & Several Hat Pins. Cast Iron Banks. Ladies Manic an Heads. Glass Battery Jars. Nice selection of Cookie Jars – including; Little Red Riding Hood, Aunt Gemima, Smiley Pigs & Others. Many Nice Pictures & Frames. Wood Blocks. Fiber Duck Decoys. Cap Guns, Pad-A-Locks. 1926 Wards Catalogs & Other Paper Collectibles. Cast Iron Toy Train Engines & Cars. Rice’s Seed Box. Feather Trees & Vintage Christmas Items. Pocket Knives. Many Great Post Cards. Stereo Cards & Viewer. “Bruer & Son – Crawford, Ne.” Chain Picture. School Bell. Asst. of Ammo. Marbles. Insulators. Collectible Books. Plus, Many, More Wonderful Antiques & Collectibles too numerous to mention. Several Small Collectibles to be sold out of display cases. STONEWARE: “Wilson’s Store- Winnetoon, Nebr.” Advt. Beater Jar. (2) “G.E. Swanson – Wausa, “Advt. Beater Jars. “Larson Hardware – Wausa” Advt. Butter Crock. Redwing Pantry Jar w/Lid. Mason Union Stoneware Fruit Jar. Spongeware Bowls. Stoneware Pitchers including; Cherry Band, Blue & White & Others. Several Stoneware Bowls – Asst. Colors & Styles. 2 & 3 Gallon Salt Glaze Crocks. Redwing 4 Gallon Butter Churn w/Lid. Redwing 2 gal & 6 gal. Birch Leaf Open Crock. Western 2 & 3 Gallon Open Crock. Plus, other miscellaneous Stoneware Items. VINTAGE WAUSA, NEBRASKA COLLECTIBLES: Swedish Lutheran Church Custard Pitcher & Vase. Several Early 1900’s Calendar Plates including; Palmer & Co. Golden Rule Store, H.W. Johnson Variety Store. Larson Pop Corn Co. Wausa, Ne – Advt. Popcorn Container. Consumers Lumber Co. Wausa – Flour Sifter. Coleson Holmquist Co. – Wausa – Watt Pitcher. Wausa Custard Glass. Vintage Commercial State Bank – Coin Banks. Wausa Hdwe & Furniture Store Match Safe. Lindgren Hardware & Impl. IH Advt. Ash Tray. “Andreasen Bros” Advt. Picture. Johnson & Jeppsen Wausa School Shoes Book. Wayne Feeds Advt. Bowls, - Wausa. Plus, other Nice Pieces of Advertising from other local communities including, Calendars & more. PHYLLIS NELSON – OWNER Terms: Cash day of sale, no property to be removed until settled for. Everything sold as is - where is and becomes the responsibility of the successful bidder. Proper ID will be required for a bidding number. Not Responsible For Accidents or Theft. SEE www.CHJAUCTIONEERS.com AUCTION CONDUCTED BY: CREAMER HEIMES JANSSEN AUCTIONEERS & APPRAISERS L.L.C. RYAN CREAMER 402.254.9753 ALTON HEIMES 402.254.3315 ROGER JANSSEN: 402.388.4409 Tuesday, July 10 • 6:30pm 100 E. Turner St. – Irene, SD OPEN HOUSE: Tuesday, June 26th from 6pm-7pm Legal: 12 Blk 2 Hartwell, City of Irene Taxes: $1,659.12 This home was built in 1949 and has 1,404 sq. feet of living space. Main floor has large entry way with storage which leads into a nice size living room and dining area. Most of the main level has beautiful hardwood floors throughout. Main level also has 2-bedrooms. One bedroom has 2 closets and large picture windows; other bedroom has entrance into full bath. Bathroom has tile floor and tiled shower walls. Bath also includes washer/dryer hook-ups. Kitchen is large with lots of cabinet and a nice breakfast nook area with bench seating. All appliances will stay with the property: refrigerator, stove & washer/dryer unit. Basement is partially finished with painted walls and newer light fixtures. Stairs have modern flooring. Basement has large rec room/storage area as well as the panel, heater & water heater. This home has central air and propane heat. Propane tank is owned and will go with the property. This home sits on a large corner lot with a 2-car and single car detached garages. Large backyard is completely fenced in, plenty of room for kids play equipment, dog or garden! Large mature pine trees adorn the front and back yard; along with a concrete drive and nice wide sidewalk. Shingles are a few years old and the home has recently been painted. There is only 4-steps to lead into the main entry! The Irene-Wakonda High School sits right out the back door! This home would make a great starter home, rental or retirement home. Just one block North of the main street (Hwy 46) in Irene and close to all the towns businesses. Only a short drive to Sioux Falls, Yankton or Vermillion. The home in recent years was used for a daycare on the main level and a clothing boutique in the basement. Join us for one of the open house or call the auction company for an appointmnent! TERMS: 10% nonrefundable down payment due day of auction. Balance due on closing August 10, 2018. Turner County Title Co. is the closing agent. Title insurance & closing costs will be split 50/50 between buyer and seller. Possession on closing. Taxes are prorated to day of closing. Auctioneers are acting as agents for the seller. Brian & Andrea Gustad – Owners Girard Auction & Land Brokers, Inc. (605) 267-2421 Toll Free: 1-866-531-6186 www.GirardAuction.com Marv Girard—BA; Ken Girard, CAI—Broker, Mike Girard, CAI—BA, Scott Moore--Auctioneer
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