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Kentucky fruit notes, vol. 1, No. 13, December, 1939 to January, 1940

Part of Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station

Vol. 1 December, 1939January, 1940 U _ No. 13 I ir KENTUCKY FRUIT NOTES ,.4 VV. D. Armstrong, I-Iorticulturist, Editor UTR . J" THE SPE C IAL HORTIGUL- fruit has been favorably accepted TURAL APPROPRIATION in the central markets in thepast. The work that has been eamea U<>i~<>~~: St1`Z1Ct1CCS that will protectlthe good A must by the U*mSt*t> of tEEII$i"? Ii?5Jl$E$?EZE1LiEdti3 Kentucky for the continuation of in Hx i . asi _ ti this appropriation has been made P I f'_C tic luiirg Pg Conga ' A and is subject to the action of the 10} wm 0 mr pw ucmg STC Ons` General ASSmb]v_ Growers are also expressing the ' need for a wider use of inspection itlltl gfittllllgl of St1t\\'l)I`I'1S HI i Slllllplllv DOIHTS. 1(lI3.l-Stiii.8 H. B. PRICE, Head, Department of SITPPIUE pomt mSpCt1O1} by a' CQ` Markets and Rural Finance, Agri. operative arrangement ot the Agri- cultural Experiment Station eultural lixperinicnt Station With stra,vbmy_gtOmS of Kentucky lQT;\_,; ;,,?g}QQ;i,Q, $l;;;1,; ( are g1v1ngser1ous thought to means mink in Kemuckv both in 193; of improving the marketing of Tmd 1,,.;,, The Seiwice proved SO V Stm`bm`1S` RQCQMITU Tcctmgs helpful both in providing a better gg sgsmetg we $l