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Vol. 1 May, 1939 No. 9
KENTUCKY FRUIT NOTES
W. D. Armstrong, Horticulturlst, Editor
` STRAWBERRY MULCH interested growers; and it was y
ee MEETINGS very interesting to compare the i
it . 1-ton, 2-ton and 3-ton mulch a -
,s_ Dunne _th month 0f_Mm`ch plications that had been put dh t
field meetings were held in each in December and Febmary In -
of the Six Strawberry muleh most cases the Merch mulch ep-
XPal`lmlllal llama- The maatlllg plications were made during the .
. at the H- Olees farm in Jeifersen meeting; end the diiference in
C01ltY Was llald OH Merch 2- The thickness of mulches on the 1-ton,
PF meetings in southwestern Ken- Q-tou, and 3,teH plots was of gen_ _ .
if- tucky were held during the Week eral interest and caused consider- *
l" l ef March 2731 Three ef these able comment. At this last mulch- i
th ticlds are in McCracken County img it was found that the 1-tou 2
`$ . 8Ild HTC located OI] till" f2iI`1HS of application Could be gen-
lh t J- T- Warlleri ROUU3 6, Paducah; erally over the row and over the
re Lester Harris, Route 2, Kevil; and mjddles; horvgver, with the 2-teu .
tg Frederick Beyer, Route 2, Pa- application only a small amount . -'
tl- ducah. One is in Ma1Sh&ll C0\lI1tY was put over the row with a larger i
m . and is located on the farm of Mr. portion between the rows; and with .
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