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[75 Stat. 300]
[75 Stat. 300]
PUBLIC LAW 87-000—MMMM. DD, 1961


PUBLIC LAW 87-128-AUG. 8, 1961

[76 S T A T.

(g) The program formulated pursuant to this section may include such terms and conditions, in addition to those specificaUy provided for herein, as the Secretary determines are desirable to effectuate the purposes of this section. (h) Wheat stored to avoid or postpone a marketing quota penalty "us*c*i28i. under the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended and supplemented, shall not be released from storage for underplanting based upon acreage diverted under subsection (a) or (c) above, and in determining production of the 1962 crop of wheat for the purpose of releasing wheat from storage on account of underproduction the normal yield of the diverted acres shall be deemed to be actual production of 1962 wheat. (i) The Secretary is authorized to promulgate such regulations as ifi&j be necessary to carry out the provisions of this section. (j) The Commodity Credit Corporation is authorized to utilize its capital funds and other assets for the purpose of making the payments authorized herein and to pay administrative expenses necessary in carrying out this section during the period ending June 30, 1962. There is authorized to be appropriated such amounts as may be neces* sary thereafter to pay such administrative expenses. AcTe^^e'^^'n'otSEC. 125. Section 334(e) of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of ments. 1938, as amended, relating to increased allotments for durum wheat, 7\j^*c**i334. is amended to read as follows: "(e) If, with respect to any of the 1962, 1963, and 1964 crops of wheat, the Secretary determines that the acreage allotments of farms producing durum wheat are inadequate to provide for the production of a sufficient quantity of durum wheat to satisfy the demands therefor (but not including export demand involving a subsidy by, or a loss to, the Federal Government), he shall increase the farm marketing quotas and acreage allotments for such crop of wheat for farms located in counties in the States of North Dakota, Minnesota, Montana, South Dakota, and California, designated by the Secretary as counties which (1) are capable of producing durum wheat (class II), and (2) have produced such wheat for commercial food products during one or more of the five years immediately preceding the year in which such crop is harvested. The Secretary shall determine the percentage factor by which the average acreage of durum wheat (class II) produced during the last two-year period for which statistics are available (excluding any increases in durum wheat acreage as a result of increases in wheat acreage allotments authorized by this subsection) must be increased to satisfy such demand. The wheat acreage allotment for any farm established for such crop without regard to this subsection, after reduction in the case of the 1962 crop as required by Ante. p. 296. section 334(c)(2), (hereinafter referred to as the 'original allotment') shall be increased by an acreage computed by multiplying the average acreage of durum wheat (class II) on the farm during such two-year period (excluding any increase in the acreage of durum wheat as a result of an increase in the wheat acreage allotment for the farm authorized by this subsection) by such percentage factor: Provided, That such increased allotment shall not exceed the cropland on the farm well suited to wheat. The increase in the wheat acreage allotment for any farm shall be conditioned upon the production of an acreage of durum wheat (class II) at least equal to the average acre-