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Kentucky fruit notes, vol. 3, No. 5, December 1947

Part of Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station

N8 _ Vol. 3 ljeeemher, 1947 No. 5 KENTUCKY FRUIT NOTES m W. D. Armstrong, Horticulturist, Editor nded tfteld wail- Sztnd w[];\'[ \A|{l|j'[Y \V||J|, Y()[j ne:n=zero temperatures resulted in llm- lLANrl~ much .1nr1terris. mL_"i_ji];d _'t'1YU{`, b Mken 10 the YU] wu ; ; ; < " M4 ' E ming ?i"p* *wl__ hi _})lijT.l_;>`_i'H{ll ll" pateh in October or early November l)mlll)"1"`1"! HH? " ( ", ` and the vsnes clipped so that the rrlrrns. The results oi these trials _l__,l_,_ will mak up me mu mmq ,rt~ for the llllllllllitllllll of Ken- . , . _ _ . . ._ and eernnnate an; giam before `l*'."* "" ."" *l ." llT* spl-t-urine, This en-;;n. is then ready &0me ;:r;;ter;a1 and vslll be gladly furnish- in <_N_L_,1(i M hw November O1. Carb. lt the ttl on reqtlest. lf the results of these D__L_i{m}3(_l_ 'whcla `it poems that thb CI0p trials are txsetl r Ci.1llSllllL(l hy those u_Im)LQ]_,xm__O wm gf; dmvn to 15_ gp;-ay plannins; tn set l`!l1ll_l1`Jfi- \`lll`$- (W tutor; Thpgg dates, varv and may ' thi? l;t~rr plantsi rnneh tnne and money he iM{;l_ in Somhcrn Kghmcky and ISE U *4*** ` $m"`( t rlitr in thc northern ` O _ _ ` _ _ _ portion. me ; and _ Klan; r.u._se.lts pix e smh gloxx- und OHV half WHS of Straw pm. acre `f' ?.l""IY"? ."f **' "l M "" sten; abottt right for the Purchase ]{"_l"". "." ""l" QE`_."f Art-a. ann about 2 tons around MMC INI M`?) N >ll`(t.lm \m` llenderson. Greenville. and Bowl- tzes to plzznt. Alany varieties are not mu GI.,_(_,. ard {mm 2 {O 212 tons your suxtahle for plantrng in lxentneky wry MTC mrmmd Louisvmc and Cm, gpjn ann some are faxlnres. generally. m,tl_,t many .\lso. re1r.en;Eer that xer-sizecl ` ` i______l_,. H- the trees transplant with diffienlty and ly re, t`e*.\ stxrvive. and that most eem- ()l{(,Il;\KD l\llCE PLENTIFUL rnereial orehardists prefer young. _ , _ _ _ 1nc~din1n~sixed trees. MVTI I`*Emudy Olchqudlsts me ___ __)_J __" r_ri i familiar \\`lll`l Orehzlrd HUGE and the ast 30 , , ` _ damage they can cause to fruit to 6, S'1R;\\\ BLRRY MULC ll plgqutiupg Those who are not fa- _ . i_ _ _ . _; . ddO 'E can Loeperatlve innlelnnex tests made mllu 1U}vthC D?<_t` Ou1. more . . . . . .. . , , well to stuox the habits and customs mth eornlnereral >llZl\\l)(ll} grow- { l. i Q EYCU Gxwcrienced ers and started in 1938 indicate U ]mg?l .ltlt\ ~t.r.t. xxl pax a rancstnnt . _ _, tthat . - . . . .- ~ . t> nrevent serious 1rl]ui\ to some profit mel sprme ninlehing. For Pl ._ _, MMX l_\__ q l was Fqtprc the Sl-rear period. fall mulehint; has M mml FAU") L NCT `UCA . , lllZlllg DI-Udua,Cd Hm .l,.t,l..l_ U Ut- 30 (j1__lu_< the experlellee of Llll CXQCUCITT g10}\ b . " ` ` " 4 ` ` ~~ ` Henderson during the win- e") pei acre more than spring inuleh- *1 _*{mJ- LH, Am C__u_l;, Januar`, lllg. The greatest inerease was tlll im U. ?D' )_f / `I _ - I t~e -. U . . .. { examination rex ealed tnat 1ll1C in wat. ptr ..t1t. lll tt spun, o __ _ _l_ m.ul_cd about llllll. following; a ptr1tqt rerwu rpm- rudlvd el >w<_1u> >_ _J' N ld A _ pt~r;muCS wpm U, rrr and I2 r,(._ 100 apple trees ti to 0 _} ears 0 . _p- 1 . , . . . wliewtiens of both zine phosphide on Attn nnh no snmx on the l _ ` . _ _ wd umu Gram A ;;r<>t1ml. As a resnlt of that Cold ___*lll $1.19;* `;;l_h,p;t5ppCdm._ ll<`l`lilll>lll* ld] qu .` ` , . ,- , , . . . . thrr inrurv but it did not. of course. -l`lC ltrlled or the eroxxn and roots _ -4 _ _ -} _ 1, lm dmw tO thc UCQQ were so badly injured that very l*`l UL lm`l*"_ _ _ ` lfl\\` l)l'fl(lLl(lltlll resulted, In Feb- A reeent OXZlllllIlLltlOll of H lH1gC- l`ll%ll`)' and early Mareh of 1947 the apple orehartl near PllClllCZ`lll