Agricultural Conservation Program: Handbooks

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1939 - Agricultural conservation

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Page 9 - This program is approved pursuant to the authority vested in the Secretary of Agriculture under sections 7 to 17, Inclusive, of the Soil Conservation and Domestic Allotment Act, as amended.
Page 11 - Agency, determines is operated by the same person as part of the same unit with respect to the rotation of crops...
Page 14 - ... land, labor, and equipment available for the production of cotton; crop rotation practices; and the soil and other physical facilities affecting the production of cotton.
Page 13 - Any field-rented tract (whether operated by the same or another person) which, together with any other land included in the farm, constitutes a unit with respect to the rotation of crops. A farm shall be regarded as located in the county...
Page 33 - All persons contributing to the carrying out of any soil-building practice on a particular acreage shall be deemed to have contributed equally to the units of such practice unless such persons establish to the satisfaction of the county committee that their respective contributions thereto were not in equal proportion. In which event such units shall be divided in the proportion which the county committee determines each such person contributed thereto. (c) Proration of net deductions. — If the...
Page 33 - Secretary) ; and without regard to any claim or lien against any crop, or proceeds thereof, in favor of the owner or any other creditor.
Page 11 - Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands for approved practices which are not carried out under pooling agreements shall not exceed the sum of $2,500, and for all approved practices, including those carried out under pooling agreements, shall not exceed the sum of $10,000.
Page 36 - Act to any person other than an individual, partnership, or estate with respect to farms, ranching units, and turpentine places in the United States (including Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico) shall not exceed the sum of $10,000.
Page 6 - Sharecropper" means a person who works a farm in whole or in part under the general supervision of the operator and is entitled to receive for his labor a share of the crops produced thereon or the proceeds thereof. (1) "Operator" means the person who is in charge of the supervision and conduct of the farming operations on the entire farm or ranch. (m) "Farm
Page 30 - Payment may be withheld from any person who fails to file any form or furnish any information required with respect to any farm which such person is operating or renting to another. Any application for payment may be rejected if any form or information required of the applicant is not submitted to the county office within the time fixed by the regional director, which time shall not be later than December 31, 1946. At least 2 weeks...

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