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Image 8 of Kentucky fruit notes, vol. 2, No. 8, August 1944

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" Agricultural Experiment Station l`t*ll;lii}’ for pri\‘:nl¤~ use ln ;ii‘»»i·1 of the ]Y2l)'lll\'lll of p¤»sl:ii;¤~ $Z$•¤¤¤. UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY —————--————-—— Thomas Cooper, Director FREE—ANNUAL REPORT OR BULLETIN OR REPORT OF PROGRESS However, every cloud has ai silver eared 1`or could have bought several lining. He has a fine crop prospect bonds now. for Winesap, Stayman, Rome and Tmmcsgcc Shipper Gano. " A plot of 1/10 acre of Tennessee SO"`Y_BOt TOO Late Shipper strawberries in Je1`1`ersoii The bob-tail orchard mice com- county made a yield of 21 crates in pletely girdled 40 valuable ten—year- 1944 berry harvest; or 210 crates old apple trees in February in an per acre. Premier in the same 1`iel