. Beginners' guide to fruit growing : a simple statement of the elementary practices of propagation, planting, culture, fertilization, pruning, spraying, etc. Fruit-culture. MANAGEMENT 43 for work under the trees. An adjustment which is often applied to disk harrows, spring-tooth harrows and smoothing harrows is a rigid middle section inserted so as to extend the two halves of the orig- inal implement out under the trees while allowing the horses to walk in the middle of the tree space. This is illustrated for the disk harrow in Figure 20. With such modern conveniences as these, it is possi-.

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. Beginners' guide to fruit growing : a simple statement of the elementary practices of propagation, planting, culture, fertilization, pruning, spraying, etc. Fruit-culture. MANAGEMENT 43 for work under the trees. An adjustment which is often applied to disk harrows, spring-tooth harrows and smoothing harrows is a rigid middle section inserted so as to extend the two halves of the orig- inal implement out under the trees while allowing the horses to walk in the middle of the tree space. This is illustrated for the disk harrow in Figure 20. With such modern conveniences as these, it is possi-.
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. Beginners' guide to fruit growing : a simple statement of the elementary practices of propagation, planting, culture, fertilization, pruning, spraying, etc. Fruit-culture. MANAGEMENT 43 for work under the trees. An adjustment which is often applied to disk harrows, spring-tooth harrows and smoothing harrows is a rigid middle section inserted so as to extend the two halves of the orig- inal implement out under the trees while allowing the horses to walk in the middle of the tree space. This is illustrated for the disk harrow in Figure 20. With such modern conveniences as these, it is possi-. FIG. 19—^THE HORSE HOE FOR CLOSE CULTIVATION ble to give thorough cultivation at low cost and at the same time to work closely under the branches of low-headed fruit trees. THE COVER CROP The term cover crop is applied to any annual crop sown between the trees and for their special benefit. It is usually sown after the regular period of cultiva- tion, that is, between July 15 and August i, though. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Waugh, Frank A. (Frank Albert), 1869-1943. New York : Orange Judd Company

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