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2 > Image 2 of Kentucky fruit notes, vol. 1, No. 1, August 1938

Part of Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station

. > i_ Y l THE SPECIAL HORTICULTUIRAL the cotntnercial t`rtilt crop in tlte state APPROPRIATION is below that of last year, l am sure i` . . _ every person who attends the l`alr lagghiiiielizsit tsgsaims ssisggg niill be expecting to see u good apple li ing for the employment of a bortlcul- S lm" 4 turist iiiidgi- the auspices gf the Tilt: g8llQl`i.ll [ll`C1llll\lll list {Ol' 1935 g N Experiment Station for the pin-pose of will be practically identical to that t ` enlarging the investigation or the ofthe past two years. The premium i i fruit problems in Kentucky, and og lists are not as yet available, but will i i ` providing new services to growers, be within a short time. Your county t i Those include 3 spray servlet; pro tlgllt Ctlll tltlllbtlcss provltle you with , " gram, publication of practical infor-. a prctniuin list as soon as they are on i mation, and holding of meetings and the Pl'@% ~.es>. ...., -. . . .