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8 > Image 8 of Kentucky fruit notes, vol. 2, No. 6, January 1944

Part of Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station

l ._._._.._.-.....*- Agricultural Experiment _ _ Station Penalty tor private un to avoid of the payment of postage S300. UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY Thomas Cooper, Director f ` FREEANNUAL REPORT OR ; BULLETIN OR REPORT _ OF PROGRESS I f . t Wm. Fegenbush of Louisville re- Magill: You don`t say! When I , ported how he had recently erected visited your orchard back in April V a large second hand overhead water you had a line prospect. V storage tank in the middle of his Grower: I had then. yes. But just orchard, at a cost of S100. With this after you left I had sprayer trouble. quick filling (300 gal. in 4 minutes) A couple of parts were almost worn ._ and a short haul, he now sprays 4 out and were too weak to stand the tanks while he used tg spray 3_ pressure. I ordered new parts. but it .T~ took almost four weeks to get them. What is the cash value Of ari apple and the scab took my ClOi). Il` l`