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Image 372 of Annual report. 1918

Part of Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station

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V :1 Q? Qi iv mnmx. . V , l _ Pages 1 I Strawberries, cultural (ll1‘€(JtlOllS for .........,.............. ; ....................... 81 Strawberries, description of varieties, and notes ..,....................... 72 Q , Strawberries, everbearing .... l ........................_.............»...................... 79 _ _; Strawberries, marketing ..........................,,...............>.»............ 4 .......... 91 Strawberries, most productive varieties at the Station .............. 72 , Strawberries, publications relating to ,...,......................................... 67,93,94 Strawberries, varieties desirable for market .......................,........ 71 V Sunscald and wormy tomatoes, amount of rin lbs. from 10 . plants l..._,.....,...........,...................,..............,l,................................. 151 System of flock management .....,....................................,,.................... 16 ` Tenant dai1·y—fa1·m, a successful ,t............t............. L ...............,............. 131-2 · Ticks kllld scab of sheep t.......................,............................................. 45 , 4 Tomatoes, eifect of close planting 011 yield ........t........................... 158 g Tomatoes, effect of length of stake on yield .......l...... 1 ................ 158 ’ Tomatoes, effect of severity of pruning 011 yield"., ..................... 154 , Tomatoes, effect of staking and pruning on size of fruit .......... 155,156 l Tomatoes, effect of staking 2`llld pruning on yield ..,......l.............. 150-3 Tomatoes, ilat—grown versus pot-grown plants ................................ 150 - Tomatoes, increase of earliness by pruning ................................ 157 Tomatoes, some experiments with, Bulletin 218, 011 .................... 147 A VVinter management of sheep .................................... ; ,........................ 22 Wool, marketing ,.,.......,...,....1.._..............,........,....................................... 33 R WVool, weight of the fleece .................................................. ; ................... 32 ` . I , . ‘ l ‘ - r I . 1 , ( / I ` I 4, I I