Geography of Denton County Page: 53
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DENTON COUNTY AS A WHOLE
furnish without cost to any farmer the cement and wire
used in construction.
6. To mark off contour lines in permanent pasture
7. To furnish a limited amount of seed not common-
ly grown in the community and to supervise the plant-
ing of same.
8. To provide plants, tools, and labor for any re-
9. To give the farmer a map of his farm showing the
work as outlined in accordance with the co-operative
10. To plan with the farmer the reorganization of
his farm and to suggest a system of cropping to include
crop rotation, winter cover crops, and strip cropping as
means of erosive control.
The farmer, of course, makes certain promises when
he calls on the E. C. W. for help:
1. To make a farm inventory by January first each
year and to keep a simple farm record; to follow a sys-
tem of cropping, to include crop rotation, strip cropping,
and winter cover crops as agreed upon; to be responsible
for the equipment of the E. C. W. being used on his
2. To provide without cost Bermuda sod, rock,
timber, sand, or gravel from his own farm for use on
his own farm; to furnish teams, labor, and equipment
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