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GENERAL PRACTICE 1113
IntroductionSoilPropagation of ApricotsSituation
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Aphides Apple applied Apricot attacks August Autumn Black Currant Blackberry blossom Bordeaux Mixture border branches bushes canes caterpillars causes Cherry clay colour Cordons crop cut back damp dessert destroyed disease early eighteen inches flavour four free bearer frost fruit trees fungus gallons of water gathered Gooseberry grafting ground grow growths hardy infested juicy Kainit layers leader leaf leaves length lime liquid manure loam Loganberries maiden manure medium Mildew mixed mixture moist mulch nine inches nitrate of soda nuts October ounces outdoor Paris Green Peaches and Nectarines Pear pest pinched plantations planted Plum pound push Quassia Extract Raspberry removed ripe ripen roots rubbed scions seedlings September shortened side-shoots six inches soaking soft soap soil sprayed stem stone fruits strong suckers sulphur Summer syringed thinned three feet tobacco trained twelve inches usually varieties Vines wall Winter Moth Winter pruning yellow young shoots young trees