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Image 7 of Kentucky fruit notes, vol. 3, No. 2, July 1946

Part of Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station

}q;H.]._. to pick eurculio out from among tion regularly can do so by Send- py ul: petals; that had fallen to the jarring ing the $1.00 subscription fee to Sum, Sheer the bulletin e/o Dr. Wesley P_ lo nr} ` \Nor(l of this early emergence Juflkins, Editor, Wooster, Ohio, e ki r as syread by Jostcard, tele ihonc _ _ y iis,i].i llnld spray lettelr. Many grinvers Tlllv RIQD DELICIOUS APPLE A be tlr applied an arsenical spray or dust HAS DEVELOPED MANY ll tllr {ll ()ll(`(` (lll llll ])UIl.ll)IlS \\'llLl`(' _ adults were found. Others waited ml Uh and splraycnl or (L1Stl( tl; whole M. A. BLAKE gi Q orchar_ Ur Rrjmc Succeed. The _fHm_ i ent under peach trees rn the Ma)- \__H_im\_ ig more Qcnsiuve 10 SON he M field. `lhdtical;. and llelndersovn :i;_i(m$_ mam Mclnajsh Or Baldwin em $l"* *".*. ""` """.l"" rite rnrrnge is are derrgrii Or the l.SQ1f_ , difficult to find rn the Louisville EUwp(_Hm Wd miie It is further 0* i` i$i`r`r"i;r- lh`iitZr'Z`l-``1`rEEmZ**` rEilE`.`. ~~*i*r* *0 minical . b1ilS developing from these present ?;g?,I_i:]3,11i;dl$;ldOSu;El_) ._ . worms, and if conditions are right. fi _ " , Rp '~ll > - . ,_., ]_ .. ._ 1 1. 1 _ H lnrosh. Stayman. Grimes. Rome nw ru . " Wl l ??, """ " and even Baldwin at New Bruns- iUll>l1 .- dCl?~1rOF,1n llixwin I`7C,I;`tli(;ky_til?E1 wick. These facts indicate how l<*r~ YEL`.$dr)irI?$ (-Elie "rrl-Z EL34 *>dl> m> New 'e`S> gm Lhdm i- stocked from Louisville and Lex- ibbcucl land} than Red V ington south and second-brood de- L IUOUR _ Y _ . velopment will be studied and re- I?Ol`llculmral l\`S ported to growers in time for use l%;liCi${i$g1 S3t\_ 2 s - z ; s. ~ L rn ceeond brood rpphcitron NO\_mb1_ 1945 2 . Y V ` T 1 - UM A Mm }r;g "UBLC* new senses ON www rz ami ` _ INSECT CONTROL i dll) I AO! t,encral_` interest tol most By P. Q RH-CHER llre I fruit growers is .1 next publication. peach { "Fruit Varieties and Horticultural To `Nliip thc C0lll1'l{ methr Plant er ori ' Digest." This is a quarterly bul- apple orchards only with early adults lctin of the American Pomoloeical varieties. That`s the gist of a re- rt the _ Society and is devoted to the dis- cent article by Whitehead of the s at _ cussion of new and old fruit Oklahoma A & M College. Hrs nd 26 ` Varieties as they are performing figures show that of tll'COdl1Dg nunr- in the various fruit sections of moths developing on varieties pick- rhiefly lllO COL11ttt`}'. In other \\or(ls_ this ed hy August 15. less than 2 PET" i 1O\\'S, v_ lJllllCtlIl will serve as tr clearing cent ofthe \\`(ll`lllS ltlbC1IlHt. Thk1S tes in ll