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. Bush-fruits; a horticultural monograph of raspberries, blackberries, dewberries, currants, gooseberries, and other shrub-like fruits. Berries. 16 BUSH-FRUITS does the cultivating should be mentioned, one of which he will appreciate and one of which he will not. This latter is a wire muzzle, in the shape of a basket, which slips over his nose and buckles into the bit rings. This maj- look like taking an unfair advantage of our faithful co- worker, but it will prevent his being scolded and jerked when he admires an exceptionall}' fine cluster of fruit. He Avill also keep his position in the ro

. Bush-fruits; a horticultural monograph of raspberries, blackberries, dewberries, currants, gooseberries, and other shrub-like fruits. Berries. 16 BUSH-FRUITS does the cultivating should be mentioned, one of which he will appreciate and one of which he will not. This latter is a wire muzzle, in the shape of a basket, which slips over his nose and buckles into the bit rings. This maj- look like taking an unfair advantage of our faithful co- worker, but it will prevent his being scolded and jerked when he admires an exceptionall}' fine cluster of fruit. He Avill also keep his position in the ro Stock Photo
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. Bush-fruits; a horticultural monograph of raspberries, blackberries, dewberries, currants, gooseberries, and other shrub-like fruits. Berries. 16 BUSH-FRUITS does the cultivating should be mentioned, one of which he will appreciate and one of which he will not. This latter is a wire muzzle, in the shape of a basket, which slips over his nose and buckles into the bit rings. This maj- look like taking an unfair advantage of our faithful co- worker, but it will prevent his being scolded and jerked when he admires an exceptionall}' fine cluster of fruit. He Avill also keep his position in the row and do his work better if relieved of the extra task of picking berries and nipping shoots at the same time. The other device is a leather apron to be worn on his breast. This will save him many an ugly scratch and, in a measure, offset the loss of fruit which the muzzle occasions him. It is gen- erally necessary to keep the horse close to one row in order to make the cultivator reach well under the bushes, and this apron will materially aid in doing it.. Fig. 1. Home- made searifer or scraper. PRUNING It is better to remove the old canes of raspberries and blackberries soon after they are through fruiting. Any insects which may be harboring in them at the time are thus destroyed. The canes can then be more easily cut, for they are still succulent and soft, while by spring they become very dry and woody. It also. 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.. Card, Fred Wallace, 1863-. New York, Macmillan; London, Macmillan

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