1. State different tests with grains.
2. Grow at least an acre of corn which produces 25 per cent. better than the general average.
3. Be able to identify and describe common weeds of the community and tell how best to eliminate them.
4. Be able to identify the common insects and tell how best to handle them.
5. Have a practical knowledge of plowing, cultivating, drilling, hedging, and draining.
6. Have a working knowledge of farm machinery, haymaking, reaping, loading, and stacking.
7. Have a general acquaintance of the routine seasonal work on the farm, including the care of cattle, horses, sheep, and pigs.
8. Have a knowledge of Campbell's Soil Culture principle, and a knowledge of dry farming and of irrigation farming.
1. Catch and identify at least one specimen from each of three local species of fish by usual angling methods (fly-casting, bait-casting, trolling, and bait-fishing). At least one species must be taken by fly-casting ot one by bait-casting.
2. Show proficiency and accuracy in fly-casting with the fly for distances of 30 or 40 feet, or in bait-casting for distances of 40, 60 and 70 feet.
3. Name and describe at least five standard fly patterns, or make a fly, spoon troll, plug or any other form of artificial bait lure and prove it worth by catching fish with it. Make a neat single-gut leader at least four feet long. Splice the broken joint of a rod or in some other way show proficiency in repairing broken tackle.
4. Give the open season for game fishes in his vicinity, and explain how and why they are protected by the law.