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Image 1 of Kentucky fruit notes, vol. 2, No. 11, May 1945

Part of Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station

I`(}i.l()I) could . liiiaga Vol. J MAY, 1945 No. 11 5_per . :e1ve Mme; The Same fate (40 percent nicotine) per 100 ietit-A . gocfk for lcpalr PBYT5 and repair gallons), and in small-plot field ty oi '0 _. tests DDT at 1 lb. per 100 gallons naw i i All needed materials for the 1945 gavo muon boitor Control than tho , from _ crop should be ordered and accepted Standard load araonato program -rnotl~ at Once Baskelsr fYthZrS Fmd (4 and 3 pounds per 100 gallons). ian in i some spray materials, if stored in a HDDT . if . i rovoij i good, dry barn or shed, will carry t 1Sfa;?frY 9 ectwe SuP!i_i' ,quii.o over to 1946 in good condition and naeldqr Or iiymg Egent i eg Yayino Q will be on hand when needed. To a 9 tm Sma .qu?ntmi_;S to Ea or th; ` meet present demands and condi- ariianaebor Igqolnit ir_:t%m{ ooonii 1 tions it is becoming more and more ganf Q us'; nm Ep 1 SC 6 u ei naar necessary to place orders well in T Q; O 0 Owmg $prayS 0 V flil f advance of time of use. This applies tea .i arSnd Q im mgiouge .bn' iiiie *0 Us \$?Sif nn%2r nX?lK iu . I bordeaux mixture, Tpiiiiii 1 KENTUCKY STATE HORTL "Owing to variations in the i nin _ CULTURAL SQCIETY pliysicfalDIlgr&`operties dog diiietrent - o s o recerve or es in , plapik if The 88Ul allnllal lll'Ug Of UW the results have varied considerg- S r Kentucky State Horticultural So- ab1y_ Much rgnjalns to be done }F wf g. ciety, the College of Agriculture and to dgyelop formulatlorls most ; iiiiriniie tEi\eIo1io_nisKcociperiiiting, jvas suitable for codling moth sprays. ill<$ i u;rya18. `Tiinge EeEr;eri1rgii` ic"gii_ggligizlCgg$gS migie ragga Hmm- Q interested fruit and berry producers Dgr is Vaio ioiiilg igoimcggtagt no Oi ~ were on hand, and entered into the pi_adat0i_S Or the Eumpagn rad ere, . dSSSS; Di`- M; l Dmet Pfklre nine and ere rirri on ree spider. hmm . Horticulture Department, University Under favorable- weather condi ` of Illinois, and Prof. L. F. Steiner, _ 7 " ls uw Federal Entomologist from the Vin- ;;_iCi?; 1% ilgggxspriiy Edb lglgts Ugg Wlwll eennes, rnerene, Codling Moth Lab- amaigagi deja Cgfia ui ii ilp . i i?m f oratory were the two featured out- i_oCOi_d_bi;akiri Liima 9 Q S m Img f ofstate speakers. Dr. Dorsey gave __ _ g _ _ lis i" . zi very interesting discussion of DDT ls VI`Y iTil\ lglll'l$i ` m*l*_" Some peach production problems. A HPD]? TGQTTTOPPEYS and has Shown l0C>1 _ general wrltaup of his talk is pub- promise in the control of several mu" lished in this issue, and each peach SPGCIQS Of GPPTQ Phld$ .motlr ii man is urged to I`C&ld il `TUTl "Much more experimental work Prof. Steiner gave e report on lrlllstliiglge l<;lr_ aergeral adep- - their 19-14 experiments with DDT UGH 0 T by gl0\\l_S 15 dQS11`- ' against codling moth and presented ublQ Them um _ no lndlcdtlons some other veineeie eeeirnganetir- tllqtu Sr>r>l>* will l>e,_avlll 3 Control inform;rti_on. summary of lm gcncml use in 1945 i Prof. Steiners discussron iollowst A iiiiiioi discussion was iad by Mia "The new insecticide DDT has W. W. Magill, which brought out l been extensively tested against some good pointers on brush thin- i the codling moth at Vincennes, ning of peaches, picking fruit on a g. Ind., during the seasons of 1943 bushel basis, pruning. spreading CIRCULAR OF TIIE KENTUCKY AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION, LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY