xt75dv1cm24n https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt75dv1cm24n/data/mets.xml   Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station. 1954 journals 118 English Lexington. Contact the Special Collections Research Center for information regarding rights and use of this collection. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station Regulatory series, bulletin. n.118 text Regulatory series, bulletin. n.118 1954 2014 true xt75dv1cm24n section xt75dv1cm24n ANALYSES OF OFFICIAL
A F ERTILIZER SAMPLES
by the
FEED AND F1m·1·1L1z.¤:R DEPARTMENT
. KENTUCKY AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMEN T STATION
Semi-Annual Report
Spring Season
January-June, 1954
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UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, LEXINGTON

 FEED AND FERTILIZER DEPARTMENT
KENTUCKY AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION
Bruce Poundstone, Head of Department
FIELD INSPECTION
Robert Mathews Otis R. Wheeler Noel J. Howard
Neville Hullette Arvy G. Sims Josiah E. Anderson
LABORATORY
Harry R. Allen J. A. Shrader Lelah Gault
Valva Midkiff Chester Ball Thelma ScottAnde1·son
Louise Jett Robert N. Price
CONTENTS
Page
Explanation of Tables ........................ , _ _ _ 3
Companies Represented by Samples Reported in This Bulletin ...... 4
Table l, — Analyses of Inspection Samples of Mixed Fertilizer, Superphos-
phate and Fertilizer Salts, January-June 1954 ............ 6
Table Z, - Analyses of Inspection Samples of Rock Phosphate, Basic Slag,
Fused Tricalcium Phosphate, January-June 1954 ........... 39
Table 3, - Analyses of Inspection Samples of Bones, Dried Manures etc., ·
January-June 1954 ........................... 40

 Commercial Fertilizer in Kentucky, Spring Season 1954
This bulletin contains analyses of official samples of commercial fertilizers offered for
sale in Kentucky between January 1, 1954 and June 30, 1954.
ln comparison with previous bulletins, Tables 1, Z and 3 of this bulletin are somewhat
more condensed. The names of the manufacturers, for example, are abbreviated. Also
the name of the dealer is indicated but the town has been omitted. It is hoped, however,
that sufficient information is given to indicate clearly the company, the fertilizer plant,
and the dealer responsible for every sample. The full names and addresses of all com-
panies represented by samples in this report are given on Page 4 and 5. Anyone desiring
the full address of a dealer from whose warehouse a sample was taken may secure this
information by writing to the Department of Feed and Fertilizer.
. EXPLANATION OF TABLES
The information given should be useful to farmers, agricultural workers, and company
representatives to determine how closely a given manufacturer is meeting the chemical
guarantee printed on the bag for all or specific fertilizers. This may be done by com -
paring the guarantee shown at the beginning of each listing of sample with the actual
analysis in the columns at the right in terms of nitrogen, available phosphoric acid, and
potash.
An additional means of comparing guarantees with the analysis of samples is in the per-
cent of relative value found, shown in the extreme right—hand column. The following ex-
amples illustrate how this relative value is calculated:
Sample #4981, reported on Page 13, manufactured by Bluegrass Plant Foods, Inc.,
of Danville, Kentucky, represented a shipment of 5-10-15 Sulfate. This sample was
guaranteed to contain 5 units of nitrogen, l0 units of available phosphoric acid, and
15 units of potash. Factors for computing the relative values of these plant foods
are: l for potash, Z for available phosphoric acid and 3 for nitrogen. Thus the com-
bined guaranteed value of the product represented by this sample is calculated:
5.0 units of Nitrogen X 3 ; 15.0
10. 0 units of Available Phosphoric Acid X 2 : Z0 .0
15.0 units of Potash X 1 s 15.0
Total computed guaranteed value 50.0
The same procedure is followed for "found values". The analyzed sample in this example
was found to contain 5.1 units of nitrogen, 10.2 units of available phosphoric acid and 15.1
units of potash. The relative found value of Sample #4981 is computed:
5.1 units of Nitrogen X 3 : 15.3
10.2 units of Available Phosphoric Acid X 2 s Z0. 4
15,1 units of Potash X 1 = 15.1
Total computed value of Sample #4981 50. 8
50.8 (computed value of sample) divided by 50. 0 (computed guaranteed value) times
‘ 100 (to arrive at percentage) gives 101. 6 as the percent of relative value found.

 4 Regulatory Bulletin 118
COMPANIES REPRESENTED BY SAMPLES REPORTED IN THIS BULLETIN
Allied Chemical L Dye Corporation Consolidated Chemical Co. `
Nitrogen Division Mi1ler's Lane, louisville, Kentucky
40 Rector St., New York, N. Y. (See Price Chemical Co.)
American Agricultural Chemical C°_ Cooperative Fertilizer Service
sucstnesst., New mk, N.r. $·5· Bids-- Ri¤¤¤=¤¤d· Vi=s¤¤¤ t
American Cyimmid C0. Cumberland Chleimieal Co. K k .
so seeketeuee maze, New York 20, N.Y. B°"548· °*°"“‘““u°· °“°“° Y a
American Liquid Fertilizer Co. Dadiug k C°· _
2¤dSt. us:. Clair, Marietta, one 4Z°l$·A¤h1¤¤d·’**’°·· C*”°*8° "· m-
Anco Chemical (ju_ Davison Chemical Corporation
Box 482, Marion, Ohio 8E. LongSt. , Columbus 15, Ohio
Armour peiiiiizei. Works Box 1009, 54th Avenue, North
350HartBldg., Auaara, Georgia N¤¤*Mu°· T=¤¤°”°°
Buiewi Florida Box 350, W. l0thSt. NewAlbany,lnd.
Chicago Heights, Illinois Elizabethtown Fertilizer Co.
St. BernardSta. , Cincinnati 17, Ohio nf? East Dune Avenue
Elizabethtown, Kentucky
East St. Louis, Illinois F d al Ch _ al C
mu WattS t., Jeffersonville, indiana ° °rHumb;Ii:i`t° Tulum
*’°*‘°”“· ""*"m·» Tm ¢¤==¤ aaa,. aug., taoaaae, Ky.
Associated Cooperatives Inc. Nashville 9, Temienee
312 MontgomeryAve.,Sheffield, Ala.
Fertiliene Corporation of America
H. J. Baker E Brothers BOX 254. Worthington, Ohio _
600 FifthAve., New York 20, N. Y.
_ _ Hutson Chemical Co.
Bartlett E O'Brya.n Fertilizer Co. Murray Kentucky
l08River Road, Owensboro, Kentucky I
Hydroponic Chemical Co. , Inc.
Bluegrass Plant Foods Inc. Copiey Ohio
Cynthiana, Kentucky I
Dmvme. Kentucky International Minerals Ir Chemical Corp.
Box 224, Greenville, Tennessee
The Buhner Fertilizer Co, lnc. _
Seymour, Indian; Z0 N- Wacker D!. , Chicago, I]_1_
Dimmu sud C0. Lock1andSta.,Cincinnatil5, Ohio
300-312 East Jefferson Street Box 69. Clarksville, Tennessee ‘
louisville Z, Kentucky Somerset, Kentucky
Burley Belt Plant Food Works J D Jcwcii
Route H, Lexington, Kentucky Box 642 Gaimwiiic Georgia
Chilean Nitrate Sales Corporation Kentucky Fertilizer work. y
120 Broadway, New York 5, N. Y. Z22 Cookiivcn winchutui KY.
Commercial Solvents Corporation Knoxviiic Fuiiiiur C0
260 Madison Aveuue,New York16, N.Y. Box 274 Loudon kentucky
°°””§°"“Z” F°I£““¥.$§’ 11 EY; K   Tm =··=·
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Continued on next page

 Commercial Fertilizer in Kentucky, Spring Season 1954 5
Continued from previous page
Land O Nan Warehouse Schrock Fertilizer Service
Sturgis, Kentucky Congerville, Illinois
Lion Oil Co. Spencer Chemical Co.
Lion Oil Building, ElDorado, Ark. Box 604, Pittsburg, Kansas
Louisville Fertilizer Co. Sphar Iz Co.
Box1088, Nashville, Tennessee Main Street, Winchester, Kentucky
(See Armour Fertilizer Works) Sum U Plant Laboratories
J. A. McCarty Seed Co. Columbus. Ohio
E ' 8 '
vmlvmc ' hmmm Stockdale Fertilizer Co.
Mathieson Chemical Corporation M01‘riB. Uii¤0i¤
. Morgantown, West Virginia Swift & CO
Missouri Plant Food CO. , inc. Unjgnstgck Yards, Chicago 9, ll].,
. Sik°°t°”’ Mi"°`”i Nmounsmkruas, umn.
M h ‘ C .
Ummm C emma 0 Tennessee Chemical Co.
1700 South Second Street ,
St Louis 4 Missouri Box 1088, Nashville, Tennessee
` ` (See Armour Fertilizer Works)
Na Chun Plant Fwd Cm . . Tennessee Coal & Iron Division
421 Monroe St., Marion, Ohio BOX 599 Fairfield Alabama
National Chemical Co. Tennessee corporation
P'°"°“ SL at B°'g"““ Loemanasza Ci.nci¤natil5 0
Louisville, Kentucky " ' `
(See North American Fertilizer Co.) New Albany, Indiana
North American Fertilizer Co. Thompson Sales Co.
Preston St. at Bergman Box 246, Montgomery, Alabama
  *‘°¤*“¤*Y T..-S,.,. Crm.; C0.
The Ohio Valley Fertilizer Corporation Hcndcuom Kentucky
Maysville, Kentucky _
_ U S Steel Corporation
Owens Agricultural Phosphate Corporation 525 william pcm place
Centerville, Tennessee pim,b,u.g_ pa_
Phillips Chemical Co. United Gas Co.
Bartlesville, Oklahoma 105S. Brewer, Paris, Tennessee
P¥i¤¤ Chemiw C0- Valley Conmties of Ky. Cooperative, Inc,
n Mille;-¤sLane, Louisville, Kentucky Bgx 351, Murray, Kentucky
A. F. Pringle & Co., lnc. Virginia-Carolina Chemical Corporation
801904, Charleston, South Carolina Murray Road, St. Bernard Sta.
Robin Jones Phosphate Co. Cmclmam Ohm
, 804ChurchSt., Nashville, Tennessee Lynchburg, Vir inia
K
Ruhm Phosphate L Chemical Co. Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee
8l3GardenSt. , Columbia, Tennessee Zircon Products C0
O. M. Scott & Sons Co. 1120 East 3Znd St.
Marysville, Ohio lndianapolis, Indiana

 6 REGULATORY BULLETIN 118
TABLE l.- Analyses of Inspection Samples of Mixed Fertilizers, Superphosphate, and Fertilizer Salts, J¤nu¤ry—June, l954
(Analyses deficient more than one-fourth of one percent and relative values deficient more than $1,50 per ton indicated by
asterisk. Footnotes shaw amount of excess muriate when sulfate guaranty not met. Baron analyses are in footnotes also).
Sc I Available Percent of
mp ° Manufacturer, Grade, From Wham Obtained Nitrogen Phosphoric pomsh Relative
Nl-"“l`*' Acid Value Eound _
ALLIED CHEMICAL I DYE CORP NIT DIV (hmmd (kmmd (hmmd
12 12 12M
3623 SHAKER FEED I SEED CO 12] 133 133 10B4
3848 G H BOHLING I SON 123 123 132 1053
4324 HOODFORD SPEARS I SONS 130 130 134 1083
4431 G H BOHLES I SON 124 135 140 1085
4780 BAGDAD ROLLER MILL 130 132 133 1083
4901 MYERS I CLARK C0 12] 150 124 1113
16 NITRATE OF SODA
3772 SOUTHERN STATES COOP 162 1013
20 5 AMMONIUM NITRATE LIMESTONE
3849 M C ROBERTS COAL I FEED 20] 1003
4139 SOUTHERN STATES SIMPSON COOP 205 1003
4325 FOX BROTHERS 203 1020
21 AMMONIUM SULFATE
4591 SOUTHERN STATES COOP 210 1002
32 NITROGEN SOLUTION
4427 BLUE GRASS NITROGEN COMPANY 325 1015
4582 SHAKER FEED I SEED COMPANY 323 1002
4977 HAYDON COAL I OIL CO 330 1002
B2 ANHYDROUS AMMONIA
4830 CUMBERLAND CHEMICAL COMPANY 820 1000
AMERICAN AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL CO
O 12 12M
4326 HENDERSON I HARDY 11J• 125 993
O 20 2OM
3417 CARROLL COUNTY FARM BUREAU COOP 20J 205 1012
3650 CARROLL COUNTY FARM BUREAU COOP 205 193 1013
2 12 6M
3360 J H DAVIDSON 2J 1150 65 1013
3551 LEBANON CARRIAGE I IMFLEMENT C0 20 11J• 60 973
4140 J H MCCLURE I SONS 20 114• 63 975
4866 LEBANON CARRIAGE I IMPLEMENT CO 20 114I 64 970
4876 J H DAVIDSON 2J 1130 65 980
3 9 6 3M 3S
4141 JOHN A SHEEHAN 23 90 62 1000
3 12 12M
3327 HALTERS I THOMPSON 30 120 123 1005
3328 NOODFORD SPEARS I SONS 23 120 125 1003
3361 BAUGHMAN MILLING CO 30 122 124 1020
3362 J H DAVIDSON 30 113 122 993
4142 J H MCCLURE I SONS 23 113 120 985
4143 BURLINGTON LUMBER I BUILDING SUPPLY 3J I20 124 1012
4144 JOHN A SHEEHAN 23 120 113 98J
4327 LANDER HARDNARE 33 120 123 1024
4432 SAM LITTON JR 30 120 120 995
4688 MCDONALD HARDHARE 3J 12J 123 1015
4 12 BM
3552 LEBANON CARRIAGE I IMPLEMENT C0 33 120 B3 99]
4 12 BS
3326 MILLERSBURG COAL I LUMBER CO 33 123 84 1013
3363 BEDFORD I TUTTLE 40 125 BJ 1027
3418 RAVENNA GROCERY 33 125 80 1013
3419 RAYMOND RAINES 33 125 84 1027
3553 LEBANON CARRIAGE I IMPLEMENT CO 40 123 BJ 1014
3554 MCDONALD HARDHARE 40 125 73 1013 `
4145 LEBANON CARRIAGE I IMPLEMENT C0 33 113 B0 983
4146 JOHN A SHEEHAN 40 120 B0 993
4729 H G COX 40 122 82 1014
5 10 15S
3323 HOODFORD SPEARS I SONS 50 102 150 1003
3324 HALTERS I THOMPSON 48 103 153 1015
3325 MILLERS COAL I LUMBER C0 43 103 154 1005
3364 BEDFORD I TUTTLE 4J• 102 15J 992
3365 HOODSON LEHIS 43 100 150 1013
3366 MONARCH MILLING COMPANY 50 1OJ 152 1010
3367 BAUGHMAN MILLING CO 43 1OJ 15J 1002
3420 RAYMOND RAINES 43 103 145• 1003
3773 CRAB ORCHARD LUMBER CO 43 10J 150 1020
4147 J H FEDDERS INC 43 102 14J• 994
4148 BURLINGTON LUMBER I BLDG SUPPLY 4B 103 14]• 994
4149 NORMAN TAYLOR 43 103 145• 993
4328 HENDERSON I HARDY 40 100 155 993
4788 HARRY THORNTON 50 103 14]• 1002

 COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER IN KENTUCKY, SPRING SEASON 1954 7
TABLE l.— Analyses af Inspection Samples uf Mixed Fertilixers, Superphcsphate, and Fertilizer Salts, January-June, 1954
(Analyses deficient more than one-fourth of one percent and relative values deficient more than $l.5O per tan indicated by
asterisk. Foatnates show amount of excess muriate when sulfate guaranty not met. Baron analyses are in foatnotes also).
Sam Ie A Available Percent of
Numier Manufacturer, Grade, From Wham Obtained Nmogen Phoxgtsric Poms}, V Relaéivend
r am m
A HER I CA N A GR CHEM CON TINUED (Percent) (Percent) (Percent)
6 8 6S
3368 J W DAVIDSON 53 B5 65 1020
3421 RAVENNA GROCERY S5! 8] 65 1020
3422 CARROLL COUNTY FARM BUREAU COOP 53 85 63 1030
3555 HAYES HELM I COYLE SJ! 80 53 1015
3774 CRAB ORCHARD LUMBER CO 5J! B5 63 100J
4150 J H FEDDERS INC 5J! B4 63 1004
4329 BEDFORD I TUTTLE 53 82 95 109J
4433 J W SETTLE FEED STORE 53 70 62 984
4728 W G COX 53 84 60 1023
4750 L F HELLMAN HARDWARE 60 60 60 99J
4915 HARDWARE I SUPPLY STORE 50 B3 64 1014
6 12 12H
3322 WOODFORD SPEARS I SONS SJ! 12J 125 99J
3423 RAVENNA GROCERY 5J! 125 12J 1005
4749 L F WELLMAN HARDWARE $3 113 122 995
33 5 AMHONIUM NITRATE
3329 MILLERSBURG COAL I LUMBER C0 333 993
3330 WOODFORD SPEARS I SONS 332 992
18 SUPERPHOSPHATE
3295 CRAB ORCHARD LUMBER CO 19J 106J
3331 R E HUTTON 19J 1050
' 3369 MONARCH MILLING CU 190 1055
3370 WOODSIN LEWIS 190 1055
3371 BAUGHMAN MILLING CO 183 1050
3424 CARROLL COUNTY FARM BUREAU COOP 185 1020
3550 E J VANHOOK 180 1044
4151 JOHN A SHEEHAN 1BJ 1033
4152 J H FEDDERS INC 174• 957
4434 SAM LITTON JR 1BJ 1035
S0 SULFATE OF POTASW
3332 WOODFORD SPEARS I SONS 510 102J
3556 LEBANON CARRIAGE I IMPLEMENT CO 530 1053
AMERICAN CYANAMID CO
33 5 ANMONIUM NITRATE
3296 SOUTHERN STATES COOPERATIVE 335 1002
3372 SPHAR I CO 334 99J
3373 SOUTHERN STATES CLARK COOP 330 1010
3374 WOODSON LEWIS JJJ 1005
3436 JOE BUSH FARM SUPPLY JJJ 1005
AMERICAN LIQUID FERTILIZER C0
8 16 BM
\ 4699 MILLS SPRINGS SUPPLY B3 162 82 1023
ANC0 CHEMICAL C0
22 33 11
3944 TOBACCO STATES CHEMICAL C0 223 332 112 101J
4754 J B COBB I SONS 222 333 113 1010
4858 GRIGSBY I CO 222 330 113 10OJ
ARMOUR FERTILIZER WORKS ATLANTA GA
5 10 5M
3508 PRENTISS MARTIN 50 10J 53 102]
3661 FARMERS UNION SUPPLY 50 100 55 1013
ARMOUR FERTILIZER WORKS BARTOW FLA
45 TRIPLE SUPERPHOPSHATE l
3468 GLASGOH TRADING CENTER 445! 980
ARMOUR FERTILIZER WORKS CHG0 HT ILL
10 10 10M
3572 FARMERS UNION SUPPLY 104 9J! 93 1004
ARMOUR FERTILIZER WORKS CINN OHIO
O 12 12M
3301 W C DICKEN 12J 12J 1005
3851 CHECK R BOARD 120 110 994
3945 N S DUDLEY I SON 125 113 1025
3945 BECKHAH GARLAND 120 12] 1013
4153 H c DICKEN 11.7! 12.0 100.1
4726 HOWARD WHOLESALE C0 1140 122 963

 B REGULATORY BULLETIN 118
TABLE l.— Analyses of Inspection Samples of Mixed Fertilizers, Superphospliate, and Fertilizer Salts, January-June, l954
(Analyses deficient more than one-fourth of one percent and relative values deficient more than $l.5O per ton indicated by
asterisk. Footnotes shaw amount of excess muriate when sulfate guaranty not met. Baron analyses are in footnotes also).
Sample Available Percent of
Number Manufacturer, Grade, From Whom Obtained Nigmgen Phaiglziaric pcm;}. V lielargive d
i oue oun
ARMOUR CINCINNATI CONTINUED (Percent) (Percent) (Percent)
O 20 20M '
3947 KEITH I LYKINS 1950 19.60 975
4743 VIRGIL STALLARD 1950 215 1012
2 12 6M
3557 RALPH HOVIOUS 2.1 11.4• 5.50 95.70
4741 C A RABOURN I SONS 22 10.80 53 9450
4742 SAMUEL HAM 2J 10.8• 74 992
3 9 6M
3558 LIBERTY HARDWARE C0 2.9 850 6.3 972
3647 JELLIC0 GROCERY 32 9.0 6.7 102.1
3648 MILDERS STORE 3.1 8.8 62 993
3948 BIG JIM COAL CO 240 820 5.9 8830
4436 G C CRABTREE 3.0 8.9 65 101.1
4665 DOBSON SUPPLY 35 10.1 74 114.7
4710 L B COLEMAN I SON 3.1 90 6.9 103.7
4725 HOWARD HHOLESALE C0 .7.0 90 6.7 1005
3 12 6M
3507 PRENTISS MARTIN 3.1 113 65 1015
3652 HRIGLEY MERCANTILE CO 2.70 11.30 6.3 95.10
3653 ROBERT S GENTRY 32 11.70 65 1014
3775 GILBERT L VANOYER .75 11.8 6.7 105.1
3777 C E HERRIN 33 11.70 62 1015
3778 B C NORRIS .74 11.50 65 1015
3949 KEITH I LYKINS 34 1150 64 1015
4330 CAMARGO FARM SUPPLY 3.8 10.30 85 10.73
43.71 LONDON HARDWARE 45 10.10 7.7 1054
3 12 12M
3425 RAVENNA GROCERY 30 1150 125 995
3855 THE PEOPLES STORE 3.0 120 122 100.3
3856 WILLOUGNBY SUPPLY C0 2.9 12.0 12.1 99.7
3950 N S OUDLEY I SON 2.8 11.8 125 99.3
3951 KEITH I LYKINS 3.1 11.8 122 100.7
4715 JAMES L HA TFIELD 35 11.30 122 1015
4 12 BM
3655 JELLICO GROCERY 4.1 1150 9.3 102.0
3655 CHAMPION STORES NO 96 4.1 1150 85 994
3657 WRIGLEY MERCANTILE C0 40 11.40 8.9 98.8
3782 LONDON HARDWARE 4.1 11.50 94 1014
3857 THE PEOPLES STORE 4.0 12.0 84 1013
4156 KELLER HAY I GRAIN CO 5.0 11.00 9.1 105.0
4156 CINCINNATI GRAIN I HAY COMPANY 4.0 1150 B5 99.1
4924 J C EVERETT C0 45 12.0 9.1 105.7
4 12 BS
3300 J C EVERETT CO 4.1 120 8.9 102.0
3660 T G SMITHER 3.8 122 8.5 100.9
3781 C F` MULLINS 4.1 120 85 (1) 102.0
3952 J C EVERETT 4..7 11.70 8.1 1000 ,
4159 BUTLER LUMBER I COAL CO 42 11.0 8.3 {2) 97.7
4332 BROWN FARM SUPPLY 4.1 11.7• as {3) 100.4
4792 SPARTA TRANSFER C0 4.6 12.0 83 105.7
4917 CARLISLE MILL I SUPPLY 4.1 11.8 6.1 99.0
4 24 12M
3953 E M BRYANT 40 2.750 13.5 100.5
5 10 5M
3427 HILLOUGHBY SUPPLY C0 5.0 10.0 6.1 1032
3954 J C EVERETT 5.0 11.9 53 1112
3955 N S DUDLEY I SON 50 102 5.9 1030
5 10 IOM
3540 L B COLEMAN I SON 50 9.9 10.0 99.8
3663 THE FARMERS SUPPLY CO 5.1 102 104 102.4
3784 ANDERSONS GROCERY 5J 100 100 1005
3858 G H BOWLING I SON 48 10.0 10.1 98.9
4161 CINCINNATI GRAIN I HAY CO 43 9.9 9.9 985
4162 N C DICKEN 5.0 10.0 10.1 1002
5 10 10S
3376 SPHAR I CO 4.70 9.9 103 99.9
3428 CAMARG0 FARM SUPPLY 4.8 10.3 10.3 (4) 100.7
3539 H J AMBURGEY 5.0 102 10.7 102.7
3562 LIBERTY HARDHARE CO 4.9 9.9 104 99.9
3859 THE PEOPLES STORE 4.9 10.3 100 I005 `
3861 MONTGOMERY FEED STORE 517 10.1 102 100.7
3956 J C EVERETT C0 5.0 102 9J.0• 992
4732 FRANK L HINTON I SON 5.3 93 10.0 :5) 101.0
(1) EXCESS MURIATE EQUWALENT TO 0,57. POTASH
(;) EXCESS MUIUATE EQUWALENT TO 1.7% FOTASH
(1) EXCESS MURIATE EQUTVALENT TO 0. 3% POTASH
(.1) EXCESS MURXATE EQUIVALENT TO 0.7% POTASH
(5) Excass MUIUATE EQUIVALENT TO 2.1% POTASH

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COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER IN KENTUCKY, SPRING SEASON 1954 9
TABLE i.— Analyses of Inspection Samples of Mixed Fertilizers, Superphosphute, and Fertilizer Salts, January-June, 1954
(Analyses deficient more than one-fourth af one percent and relative values deficient more than $l.5O per ton indicated by
asterisk. Footnotes shaw amount of excess muriate when sulfate guaranty not met. Boron analyses are in footnotes also).
Sample O Available Panient of
Manufacturer, Grade, From Wham btained · E Phos oric pcgqsh e ative
Nu""b€’ Nmog rl   Value Found
ARMOUR CINCINNATI CONTINUED (Percent) (Percent) (PerC€r1f)
 
5 10 15S
3283 THOMPSON FEED I FARM SUPPLY 50 103 15] 1025
3298 J C EVERETT C0 50 105 153 104J
3334 BRENT I COMPANY SJ 100 155 1014
3378 SPHAR I C0 50 100 152 1003
3429 RAVENNA GROCERY 43 104 155 1015
3430 HILLOUGHBY SUPPLY CO 43 105 154 1024
3476 CARLISLE MILL I SUPPLY 50 105 15J 1022
3477 SALYERSYILLE HHOLESALE GROCERY CO 52 105 1450 1015
3853 THE PEOPLES STORE 52 103 140 1010
3957 PRENTISS MARTIN 52 105 152 1034
4698 MILLS SPRINGS SUPPLY 53 100 155 102J
4794 COYLES GROCERY S0 93 154 1003
4797 HULETTE HARDHARE 400 11J 1350w 975
5 20 20M
3625 RALPH HOVIOUS 5.1 19.9 203 1015
3959 KEITH I LYKINS 4J0 203 193 994
4165 ROBERTS BROTHERS FEED MILL 50 19J0 203 98]
6 6 IBS
3865 THE PEOPLES STORE 53 65 173 W 1005
3960 E M BRYANT 63 53 IIT0 1005
3962 PRENTISS MARTIN 62 60 180 1010
3963 J C EYERETT COMPANY 60 62 1750 1003
3965 KEITH I LYKINS 53 65 1730 100J
4333 BRENT I COMPANY 60 6J 1750 995
4798 JOHN B PENN 6J 6J 160 1010
6 8 5S
_ 3333 BRENT I COMPANY 55 I70 65 984
3379 SPHAR I CO 52 80 65 1000
3459 C E LONE 50 84 63 1003
3478 SALYERSVILLE HHOLESALE GROCERY C0 550 740 GJ 9450
3564 LIBERTY HARDWARE CO 530 7J0 53 9320
3657 NRIGLEY MERCANTILE CO 17a 730 62 9450
3670 JELLICO CROCERY 53 750 63 975
3785 C E HERRIN 5.60 750 63 9520
3864 THE PEOPLES STORE 550 80 63 970
3966 JOHN B PENN 50 85 6] 1020
4443 J A BENNETT HARDHARE 50 73 9J 1054
4790 GROBMYER LUMBER I COAL CO 6J OJ 60 1023
10 10 10M
3297 SAM RYLE 270 950 11J 99J
3967 J C EVERETT CO 103 102 10J 1022
4727 SALYERSYILLE HHOLESALE GROCERY CO 950 104 10J 1000
4923 E M BRYANT 930 100 102 9670
26 AMMONIUM NITRATE SULFATE
3479 CARLISLE MILL I SUPPLY CO 253 995
3541 L B COLEMAN I SON 260 1002
3968 E H BRYANT 26J 1003
33 5 AMMONIUM NITRATE
3480 SALYERSVILLE HHOLESALE GROCERY 33J 1005
3866 MONTGOMERY FEED STORE 335 1002
3969 KEITH I LYKINS 333 995
4446 BROHNS HARDHARE I ELECTRIC 334 993
( 20 SUPERPHOSPHATE
3867 CHECK R BOARD 2OJ 1005
3859 BERTRAM I CHAPMAN 205 1025
3970 KEITH I LYKINS 193 993
3971 J C EYERETT 200 990
4338 LONDON HARDHARE I9J• 965
48 SULFATE OF POTASH
3336 FARMERS UNION SUPPLY 513 108J
4341 BRENT I COMPANY 524 1092
48 6 SULFATE OF POTASH
3972 N S DUDLEY I SON 52J 1085
60 MURIATE OF POTASH
3335 FARMERS UNION SUPPLY 600 993
3870 THE PEOPLES STORE 602 1004
4340 BRENT I COMPANY 5930 983
ARMOUR FERTILIZER HORKS E ST LOU ILL
 
4 16 16M
3299 BURNA FEED C0 3J• 160 165 993
(I) EXCESS MURIATE EQUTVALENT TO 0, @1% POTASH
(2) EXCESS MUKIATE EOUIVALENT TO 0. 7% PDTASH

 10 REGULATORY BULLETIN H8
TABLE l.— Analyses of Inspection Samples nf Mixed Fertilizers, Superphusphute, and Fertilizer Salts, January-June, l954
(Analyses deficient more than one-fourth af one percent and relative values deficient mare than $l.50 per tan indicated by
asterisk. Footnotes shaw amount of excess muriate when sulfate guaranty not met. Baron analyses are in faotnats also).
SG I Available Percent af
mp ° Manufacturer, Grade, From Wham Obtained Ngqmgen Phospharic Pqgqsh Relative
Number Acid vuxu. round
ARMOUR FERTILIZER NORKS JEFFER IND (%mmU (kmm0 (hmmd
O 1 2 12M
3465 IDEAL HARDWARE 113 125 1003
3852 TRIMBLE COUNTY FARM BUREAU COOP 120 12.1 1004
0 20 2OM
3466 GLASGOW TRADING CENTER 18.70 20.7 9600
3645 IDEAL HARDWARE C0 1 9.8 190 980
3646 W C BLAIR 19.8 1920 98.1
3853 RALPH BERRY 205 19.50 100.8
4756 FARMERS SUPPLY C0 20.7 17.10 9750
4 783 JOE BUSH FARM SUPPLY 19.9 20.0 995
2 1 2 6M
3464 IDEAL HARDWARE 13 12.0 60 993
3624 HALE HARDWARE I IMPLEMENT C0 2.1 120 65 1025
4744 YIRGIL STALLARD 2.1 120 70 1030
3 9 6M
4683 WILDERS STORE 3.1 9.0 72 1043
4716 MUSIC WHOLESALE 250 92 53 97.0
3 1 2 6M
4154 L H GILLEY GROCERY 23 12.0 6.0 98.9
4785 FARM EOUIPMENT CO 3.1 110 6.3 100.3
4793 COLLINS MA RDNARE 2.8 113 6.0 980
4801 THOMERSON MILLING C0 3.1 124 63 1035
3 1 2 12M
3560 JOHN J CARTER 23 113 1150 97.9
3779 TRUMAN MOLLINSWORTH I COMPANY 3.0 12.1 113 99.8
3854 FARM EQUIPMENT CO 23 12.0 12.1 993
4438 MARATTAY BROTHERS JJ 113 120 101.1
4 79 1 SPAR TA TRA NSFER CO 2.9 1 1.9 I2.1 994
4 1 2 8S
3426 COLLINS HARDWARE 350 122 82 983
3658 U L ROGERS ISONS 3.8 12.1 84 (I) 993
3659 R J THOMAS 3.70 12.1 85 993
4782 RALPH BERRY 4.1 11.50 92 1000
4978 WORLEY I CRAIN 4.3 12.1 8.3 1020
4 1 6 16M
4784 FARM EBUIPMENT CO 40 153 162 993
4855 JEHELL I HA YDEN HARDWARE 40 153 1550 992
4 24 12M
3462 GLASGOW TRADING CENTER 4.1 2350 122 995
3783 H H LOWERY 43 24.7 125 1033
41 60 T F KEENE I SONS 40 2350 12.1 990
5 1 O 1 OS
3375 W C BLAIR 4.70 105 105 1013
3860 SPARTA TRANSFER 50 10.1 10.7 102.0
4778 PRENTISS MARTIN 5.4 9.9 9.70 1015
5 1 O 15S
3284 FARMERS UNION SUPPLY CO 5.3 100 14.00 99.9
3377 H L SPARKS A CO 43 100 140 99.1
3431 SFARTA TRANSFER CO 43 102 145• 99.1
3460 IDEAL HARDWARE 43 104 14.9 1005 ,
3664 ROBERT S GENTRY 4.8 10.3 153 1005
3665 T G SMITHER 43 102 145 995
3862 JOE 8USH FARM SUPPLY 43 10.1 150 99.7
3958 WILLIAM GRIMES 5.0 93 143 994
4164 L H GILLEY GROCERY 4.9 10.0 15.0 994
4440 HCGLASSON FEED STORE 4.8 103 1440 98.7
4761 RALPH BERRY 5.4 9.50 153 1020
4786 C D WATSON 4.8 100 162 1012
5 20 2OM
4336 C E HERRIN 450 20.0 19.10 9730
6 6 1 8S
3563 SPRINGFIELD FEED I GRAIN CO 5.70 6.8 19.3 1040 '
3961 JOHN B PENN 5.30 7.9 17.10 1015
3964 CECIL SEMONES 6.1 6.7 1630 1013
4441 ALLEN COAL SERVICE 4.40 95 1400 970
4442 NARATTAY BROTHERS 550 74 16.70 99.8
6 8 6S
3432 SPARTA TRANSFER CO 5.8 83 6.5 1 014
3510 JAMES T TERRELL 60 8.0 63 1015
3626 SALE HARDWARE I IMPLEMENT CO 5.8 8.0 65 995
3669 EARL H FROEDGE 5.70 8.4 6.8 1015
10 1 O 1 OM
4337 SPHAR I C0 10.1 93 105 1012
4444 ALLEN COAL SERVICE 9.70 10.7 103 101.1
4571 MORGANTONN FEED MILLS 940 10.4 10.7 99.3
(1) EXCESS MURLATE EQUIVALENT TO O. 3% POTASH

 COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER 1N KENTUCKY, SPRING SEASON 1954 11
r TABLE l.- Analyses of Inspection Samples of Mixed Fertilizers, Superplrcsphate, and Fertilizer Salts, J¤nu¤ry—June, l954
(Analyses deficient more than 0ne»faurth of one percent and relative values deficient more than $l.5O per tan indicated by
asterisk. Footnotes shaw amount of excess muriate when sulfate guaranty nat met. Baron analyses are in footnotes also).
Sa I Available Percent of
Nuxpb; Manufacturer, Grade, From Whom Obtained Nggmgcn Phrjicptgric pcgqsh V¤lELa;i;end
ARN0 UR JEFFERSONYILLE CONTINUED (Percent) (Percent) (Percent)
 
20 SUPERPHOSPHA TE
3433 TRIHBLE COUNTY FARM BUREAU COOP 20.1 1005
48 SULPA TE OF PO TASH
3434 FARH EGUIPNENT CO 50.7 1055
4167 LOYD YATES I SON 512 106.7
4168 T F NEENE I SONS 515 107.3
4446 H D JONES 50.7 105.7
4916 CARLISLE NILL I SUPPLY 49.9 (1) 1040
ARHOUR FER TILIZER WORKS NASH TENN
 
2 12 6H
3463 A C ROBERTS 2.1 120 6.1 1000
4552 CARL BAR TLEY 23 11.9 64 1032
3 9 6N
3649 PAUL GARDNER 3.1 90 62 101.7
4435 HUDSON FEED HILL 3.1 9.1 64 1020
3 9 6S
3650 PAUL GARDNER 32 92 60 1034
3 12 6H
3559 GIBSON PRODUCE CONPANY 32 1l.7• 5.6 99.0
3651 PAUL GARDNER 3.1 12.0 63 1010
. 3654 WALLACE HARDWARE N02 250 123 53 980
3776 S D HARLAN I GO 3.1 122 6j 1022
` 4437 FARNERS SUPPL; C3 33 11.9 5 101.;
4584 HATTER HARDWA E O - 34 1150 65 101.
4696 GIBSON PRODUCE C0 3.0 12J 5.9 1005
J 12 12N
41 55 KEI TH HARDWARE 30 1 10 123 99.9
4 6 BN
4640 YOPP SEED CO 42 80 7.70 1012
4 12 4N
4439 TRUHAN NOLLINSNORTN 4.1 11.70 dl 100.9
4 12 6N
3760 OWEN AYERS 4.1 125 6.6 1045
4157 FANNERS FEED I SUPPLY 4.1 12.1 B3 101.9
4808 WILSON EARN SUPPLY 45 1130 7.70 990
5 10 ION
3509 N T NUCKOLS 4.0 9.9 9.6 964
3662 WALLACE HARDWARE NO2 4.70 102 950 97.9
4163 N G PRUI TT INPLENENT C0 52 9.50 10.1 994
5 10 IOS
3461 BIG FOUR FEED I INPLENENT C0 5.1 103 102 1025
3561 GIBSON PRODUCE CONPANY 50 102 10.0 1005
6 8 GN
3666 PAUL GARDNER 62 80 64 1020
4334 FORBES HARDWARE CONPANY 6.1 8.0 6.1 1005
6 B 6S
3668 WALLACE HARDWARE NO2 5.50 9.9 70 1080
3671 PAUL GARDNER 5.70 6.0 6.5 (1) 1020
4335 FORBES HARDWARE CONPANY 5.8 80 6.4 993
4397 LILLY BROTHERS SEED CO 5.8 60 64 (8) 1033
8 B BH
4578 AUBURN SEED CO 7.8 8.7 80 1013
16 NITRATE OF SODA
4445 FARHERS SUPPLY CO 162 1015
21 ANNONIUN SULFA TE
4639 YOPP SEED C0 2050 963
26 ANHONIUN NITRATE SULFA TE
36 /3 PAUL GARDNER 262 100.6
33 5 ANHONIUN NITRATE
3285 GIBSON PRODUCE CONPANY 333 995
4166 FARHERS GIN COHPANY 33.9 1012
20 SUPERPHOSPHA TE
3467 GLASGOW TRADING CENTER 20.0 990
3674 PAUL GARDNER 202 1010
3668 PARH EOUIPNENT CONPANY 20.9 1045
4398 LILLY BROTHERS SEED CO 20.1 1005
4447 FARNERS SUPPLY C0 204 1014
(1) EXCESS MURLATE EQUIVALENT TO 0. 61. POTASH
(Z) EXCESS MURIATE EQUIVALENT TO 0.91. POTASH
(3) EXCESS MURLATE EQUIVALENT TO 1 . 11. POTASH

 lz REGULATORY BULLETIN 118
TABLE l.— Analyses of Inspection Samples of Mixed Fertilizers, Superphosphate, and Fertilixer Salts, January-June, l954
(Analyses deficient more than ane»fourth af one percent and relative values deficient more than Sl.50 per ton indicated by
asterisk. Footnotes show amount of excess muriate when sulfate guaranty not met. Boron analyses are in footnotes also).
Available Percent af
'§(;T`Fl;:°r Manufacturer, Grade, From Whom Obtained Ngymgen Phc:El·§>ric pcgush Vcliiag;/ind '
ARMOUR NASHVILLE CONTINUED (hmmh (hmmd (hmwd
50 SULFATE OF POTASH
3435 SPHAR I CO 515 1030
4342 N T NUCKOLS 515 1033
4449 FARMERS SUPPLY CO 495 992
4806 FRANK SMITH 4B0• 9Z7•
60 MURIATE OF POTASH
4339 N T NUCKOLS 60J 1002
4807 FRANK SMITH 615 1025
ASSOCIATED COOPERATIVES INC
33 5 AMMONIUM NITRATE
3286 SOUTHERN STATES LEBANON COOP 334 99J
3312 SOUTHERN STATES COOPERATIVE 323• 983
3337 SOUTHERN STATES LAGRANGE COOP 335 1000
3380 H C TURNER 334 993
3381 SOUTHERN STATES CLARK COOP INC 334 995
3362 AMBURGEYS FARM SUPPLY 334 995
3437 SOUTHERN STA TES ASHLAND COOP 334 99.7
3438 RALPH BERRY 335 1000
3439 DEATON BROTHERS 333 994
3481 HARRISON BROTHERS FARM SUPPLY 334 99J
45 SUPERPHOSPHATE
3566 SOUTHERN STATES BARDSTOHN COOP 453 IOQ7
47 SUPERPHOSFHATE
3511 SOUTHERN STATES HOPKINSVILLE COOP 46J• 98J
4169 BALLARD COUNTY COOP 473 1005
61 CALCIUM METAPHOSPHATE
3872 HANCOCK COUNTY FARMERS SUPPLY 615 1010
62 CALCIUM METAPHOSPHATE
3287 SOUTHERN STATES SHELBYVILLE COOP 620 1000
3470 SOUTHERN STATES COOPERATIVE 624 1005
3512 SOUTHERN STATES CRITTENDEN COOP 620 1013
4631 SOUTHERN STATES MORGANFIELD COOP 622 1003
H J BAKER I BRO
26 AMHONIUM NITRATE SULFATE
3675 THE FARMERS SUPPLY C0 26J 1005
4344 SOUTHERN STATES COOPERATIVE 262 1005
4854 SOUTHERN STATES BAROSTONN COOP 262 1003
BARTLETT I O BRYAN FERTILIZER CO
O 20 2ON
4170 TICHENOR BROTHERS 175| 205 93Jl
4171 CANARY FARM SUPPLY 200 164• 940•
4575 J L FLOHERS 205 205 1033
3 12 12N
4172 BARTLETT I OBRYAN FERTILIZER CO 30 122 125 1023
4 16 16M
4173 BARTLETT I O BRYAN FERTILIZER CO 43 155 17J 1024
4574 J L FLONERS 4J 16J 17J 102J
6 8 6M
4174 BARTLETT I 0 BRYAN FERTILIZER CO 34• 114• 120 1120
4175 CARLISLE I ABNER 6J 84 70 1050
6 8 6S
4176 BARTLETT I 0 BRYAN FERTILIZER CO 6J BJ 65 1050
4177 CARLISLE I ABNER 60 82 69 1030
B 8 BM
4178 TICHENOR BROTHERS 80 82 85 1020
20 SUPERPHOSPHATE
4179 CANARY FARM SUPPLY 200 1000
4180 TICHENOR BROTHERS 1940 970
50 SULFATE OF POTASH
4181 CARLISLE I ABNER 515U} 1032
BLUEGRASS PLANT FOODS INC CYAN KY
0 12 12R
3302 SOUTHERN STATES CAMPBELL COOP 125 IIB 1023
O 20 2ON
4660 BRACK NOBLE 19.8 19.9 992
(1) EXCESS MUHJATE 1-ZQUIVALENT TO 1. H1. POTASH

 COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER IN KENTUCKY, SPRING SEASON 1954 13
’ TABLE l.— Analyses of Inspection Samples of Mixed Fertilizers, Superph¤sphate,and Fertilizer Salts, Janu¤ry»June, l954
(Analyses deficient more than one-faurth of one percent and relative values deficient more than $l.5O per ton indicated by
asterisk. Footnotes show amount of excess rnuriate when sulfate guaranty not met. Boron analyses are in footnates also).
S I Available Percent af
Gmp E Manufacturer, Grade, From Whom Obtained Njgrogen Phaspharir pgmsh Relative
Numbm Acid Value Found
BLUEGRA SS CYNTHI ANA CONTINUED (Percent) (Percent) (Percent)
2 12 6M
3873 UNION GROCERY COMPANY 24 110 65 1033
4183 [CES PRODUCE 28 113 60 1073
3 12 12M
3788 CITY FOOD MARKET 3J 123 123 1023
4 8 12S
3973 FLOYD G BARLOH 42 82 124 1034
4922 DORSEY BROTHERS l FISHER 33 85 120 101J
4 12 8S
3789 HT VERNON PRODUCE CO 33 120 80 99J
3874 UNION CROCERY C0 33 123 BJ 1003
4921 DORSEY BROTHERS I FISHER 33 122 80 1002
5 10 15S
3875 UNION GROCERY CO 52 102 152 1024
3974 CHARLES RANKIN HATCHERY S2 103 153 1034
4186 J R PRATHER SJ 10J 150 1013
4187 HUGHES M HAMILTON 53 100 164 1045
4779 GENTRY LEE SJ 103 153 1034
4983 HASKELL O NAN SJ 105 150 1020
6 6 18S
- 4451 C G OLIVER 1 EDGAR 0 NAM 60 64 173 1015
4920 DORSEY BROTHERS I FISHER 53 64 1Z7• 10Q?
6 8 SN
3876 UNION GROCERY C0 S50 80 64 983
3976 FLOYD G BARLOH 60 B2 60 1020
4707 H T ROBERTS SJ BJ 65 1013
5 8 6S
3440 HALKER SUPPLY SJ Z70 73 1030
3441 GENE HAISOR SJ 750 60 1005
3790 MOUNTAIN DEH COAL C0 60 73 70 1015
4706 H T ROBERTS 6J 90 7J 1023
6 8 12 3M 9S
3877 GENE RAISOR 540 DJ 130 965
6 12 18S
3977 CHARLES RANKIN HATCHERY S3 125 17]0 1004
4795 LIPSCOMB COAL ( FEED C0 62 113 185 1015
33 5 AMMONIUM NITRATE
3978 FLOYD G BARLOH 330 1010
SO SULFATE OF POTASH
_ 4193 HUGHES HAMILTON S14 1027
4835 HUGHES HAMILTON 505 101J
BLUEGRASS PLANT FOODS INC DAM KY
O 12 12M
3786 HENRY MESSER 12J 12J 1003
0 20 2OM
4182 HAYDON MILL.! GRAIN CO 203 204 1017
2 12 6M
3676 I K MILLER 1 SONS 23 113 63 1045
3787 D L BULLOCK 2J 122 65 1030
4184 $01/THEJASTERN KY PESCUE SEED GROHERS 2.3 122 64 1044
· 4689 CITIZENS MILLING C0 23 120 64 1030
3 12 12M
4185 J B ALDRIDGE 32 120 122 1015
4979 BLUEGRASS PLANT FOODS 35 12J 122 104J
4 12 BS
3677 I K MILLER 1 SONS 30 122 73 984
5 10 10M
4980 BLUEGRASS PLANT FOODS SJ 102 103 1023
5 10 15S
3567 BLUEGRASS PLANT FOODS 430 105 152 1004
3975 ROY BLACK 53 102 15J 1025
4757 ELNOOD HULETTE 52 10J 15J 102J
4981 FARMERS SUPPLY C0 SJ 102 1SJ 1015
5 15 0
3568 RALPH HOVIOUS 440 155 985
6 6 18S
4188 BLUECRASS PLANT FOODS 53 62 1750 994
4771 HALTERS ( THOMPSON SJ 64 160 1023

 14 REGULATORY BULLETIN 118
TABLE I.- Analyses of Inspection Samples of Mixed Fertilixers, Superphasphate, and Fertilizer Salts, January-June, l954
(Analyses deficient more thon one-fourth of one percent ond relative values deficient more than Sl.50 per ton indicated by
asterisk. Footnotes show amount of excess muriote when sulfate guaranty not met. Boron unolyses are in footnotes also).
Sc I Avuilable Percentof
Nur:`l*:r Munufacturer, Grade, From Whom Obtained Nitroge