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Image 3 of Kentucky fruit notes, vol. 1, No. 6, February 1939

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l -·-- and disease control. This is the F`=·¤‘¤¤¤ M··.'S. J. Mwry. Su1>c¤·i¤¤~ · * lirst time a session has been devoted “"‘_€l""L· “ f’”*·"‘“ . K€““‘°l‘Y Lx' . nn- . . . . . . peinnent Substation, Princeton, _____ entirely to irtnt discussions; and it K,._ 3 i, 5 is hoped that this session, as the 2.00 p_m__ThG Agricultuml Outlook Z ...... other sessions, will be well attended. for Kentucky Farmers in 1939- Y >· 5 H Dr. H. B, Price, College of Agri- · ). 5 llic pI‘Og’I‘8ITi follows: culture, University of Kentucky, i Lexington, Ky. l THURSDAY' FEBRUARY 23 2:45 p. n1.—'I`our of Stock Barns and · L lcs 9:30 :1. m.——I’r0gress in the Study of Pastures (weather permitting), ~ Tobacco l)iseases~—1)r. W. 1). Val- , °‘ leuu, College of Agriculture, l'ni- MULCHING RASPBERRIES ",, versity of Kentucky, Lexington, _ ; . 3;); Kemucky_ ltcports from the L. S. D. A. ‘ lU:15a.tn.»—The Agricultural Conser- 11‘**`*1€111*111'11l “'01'l€"1`$ iilld {YOU! { 6. 2 vation Program for 1939·-hir. S<‘\`t*I`ill slate eX])c1‘i1i1Cll't stations if __,. 8m¤l· *=·;r;··;=t<>e· Sw? 1¤>'·e·1\*lj· W- Y 1’· after the mulch is applied it is im- = __ _ ‘\""”l"'"g‘ _ll°l¥“"'lm1m* 11 Est` portant to add some additional K , , ern lventucky luxpernnent Substa- . _' i.\_ .l.' _ ,0 _ 5 to. .» UML I,,.i,m,,(m' IO,muck)._ nitiaie tilt izeis t-()O lbs. pet tie 1;::o p. tn--Thg Control gf Stmwbe,-,·y NCTC; to replace some of the nitrates B um] Fruit Iu39(·[5——l)]·_ P, ()_ l&ll{(‘ll lll) l.llC 1`Oitlllg StI`il\\`. `._j Bm 1f**<`1¤€F·_ *`°11<’g<’_ ef »*·H¤`*€¤1*l¤F€- liaeh year an additional dressing i *0?l*"‘;5**Y °* 1“**‘1“"kY· **"x1“g‘ of straw is applied to the top of the I _ ,00 p'm ' 'Fmn Disease Develop lll\1l('l1 to keep the mulch thick, E i ... . KT ' VY ' h ' , , , nients——1)r. \\'. D, Valleau. College HHS mulfhmg hQl1?S.m. COHSCUQ *,i of Agriculture. University of Ken- lll? S01l Hl0lSlll1`\‘.· rlliis is a very 0 » r t tacky, Lexington, Ky. important. factor in growing rasp- ueky 2:30 p. m—High Points in Orchard berries in Kentucky, as dry weather Luton. i\l:§nageni1en;——?I1·.lt\\’. Ohiagill, (hu-jug Picking Often Outs Om. _ _ . ‘o ege o . gr cu ure, niversi y _· ,_ ,- _ , A gg stlay of Kemuckyy Lexington Ky. 31elds htaul). .l`he multh also ii.: l 14. helps keep the soil eooler. This 1S ez ebe- FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24 a. great help to raspberries, par- *1 t" 9:30a.ni.—Reducing Our Grass and 1*"l1li11`1Y in the Sf1*11h¢ *11€Y 111 l°li•‘l'* Clover Failures—Dr. E. N_ Fergus, Qt‘ll01`2ll (lo liC·tle1‘ 111 regions Wllere e,»t·\·.· College of Agriculture. Uriiversil>‘ there is a cooler soil temperature; 3-2 t- the ef 1"`*1“1"k1`· L"x111g*"11· 1*** _ and they suffer extensively from lilth 1**15 3- 1*1-—T11€ 3*0*1* P1`°11m*’1" U*11` the warm and hot soil that we have l for K3;0;,%%§2Sg;;i°j3gI,(§3;'S§llldEPa;` for various lengths of time during 1'*1\'* Good, College of Agriculture, Uni- 111*1*1 $11111111€’1`*- \lnn_\‘ versity of Kentucky. Lexington. The mulch also does away with ·csettl 1*Y- . _ _ the need of all future eultivations as ol *1¤1°§O¤¤·—g1¤S*i9_i¤¤1€¤S <>fEF¤¤¤;1¤g ana will sint»t1it—r out the greater —i r. en yi gore, xecn ive _ , · . , . . - 5; _ Secretary of Kentucky Farm Bu- will Oh" Coils {ind glass HS 11011 B5 lZ1'1‘“Q reau Federation, Louisville, Ky. S11C Z1 111`111 109t1*1g for P1Ck€1`Sr 11911-* on ol ]g.00_L,m,.h_ keep the berries clean on canes that { Lly to 1.]0p_m'__R,,S,mS of Lim0Smu€ and bend to~the ground. and helps re- insect Fertilizer Tests on the Substation tlnco soil erosion by washing, as if r 3 el .@