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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 23 August 1888

iLoal ?tius. Ireisuere on our lln?ce has comlelled us to hold over until next week in article entitled " Fair Ontario." taken from the Itiher.idre Press. It gives a mnot interesting acconlut of thee early hitory of the Chafley College at Ontario. and of its progress dluring the five yearC that have elapsed since its founldatins were laid. 'The; telegraph line to Mtildura is now completed, and tesl r.n Chafter llros. have just .iven oriters for tile ereetion of tihe tenlmp ary ollice. It will he a small wooden tricture, and will stanod at the intersection of Sth street and D)eakin A venue. Corm muticettion will he establishled ill a veer few dun 31r A. S. Murray's letter will appear int next issue. The. laying of thie mains down D)eakin Aveiot is being carried ot with the utntoct lispat8h under thie .euperintendence of Mfr tose. rThe supply of pipes on the ground sa u~icient to reach beyodl tthe town limits. and the Trafalgar is 1bringing down cmough to complete tihe section which is...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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Osicr Beds. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 23 August 1888

Osier leds. -0, Iledsl otf ers aire describedl in the Colntry , ourn,ttal (X.Z.) :s Ieing, ex ceelingly profitable enclosures. They Ire planted for thie se of the basket maker; they are cut perio:lically when grown to sufficient lengths for the pur ioses required. The situations for osier beds are chosen generally Iby the siles of livers and runnIing waters, ot1 land thiject to irrigation, whiclh appears ra tiher to improve than to injure the crop. 'The ground is trenchel two feet deep, and divide:l into beds 8 or 10 feet wide, with open shallhow drains between each. The surface is broken as tine as possille ih the spale,. and the cuttings are then t planted. The drains lividilng the belds are open at the ends to the river, and t are allowed to st:and nearly half full of water, which aplpears toi nourish the rootts of the plants : but sotmetitmes there is a contrivance for shutting oit the waV.Itn ,h-in nocetssary. TIh ? enttin.., fi plihtllanig tic i clotis 11 clOtli, iranelies of ...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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THE "Mildura Cultivator." THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1888. THE MIDDLE MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 23 August 1888

TIHE "AliIbuta ultistatilitor T H,:7, TIIUlS1 Y. Ait GUST 23, 188S. THE MID)DLE MAN. Thile middleman in a minstrel troup is a most imlportant fune tionary, and there is no reason why he should not he useful and respect able in commerce. VWe cannot all he corner men, neither can all he producers. The middle man is ne cessary to lead up to the jokes, and the merchant is as useful in his way as the farmer. " Act well your part, there all the honor lies." We have no quarrel with the merchant as such, but we would have him do his duty like other folks. When the middleman properly carries on his business his gains are as legi tiumate as those of the producer, but lie has his responsibilities, like other people ; and as we are in the place where we are tlemanllded of conlscienlce to putt everybody right, the middle Ian must now step forward. We have something to say to say to you, and we bring under your notice the re comnendations of the Victorian Commission on Vegetable Products. After p...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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Mr. Thomas Kirkland Dow. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 23 August 1888

The l iatle of M1r. T. K. DloW is a familiar oile t it Alis straliaLi reulters. Hlie hasn't taken any part in politieal scrambles upti to the present. but his views and his writings have exerted a marked influence on the fnrtlntig indus try of thle colonies. unil on the legisla tion hearing iluin it. lie hasi the halppy knat-k f seeing thie merits or tlie faults fI the liln that lihe takes in hand. and his direct antil feliitous style of writing. flaivtu'ed ilat times with a tquaint Yankee IIIIiIur. tiaes the ;tentionl of lhe reader at once, antl convinets hir thlt IMr. 1)ow knows what he is aiau nt. Mr. 1)mu is fourty years. of age. lie was I'nt in 18-I8S. in tlhe city of Gtlasgo . t thatli:t was his tirst tt'ence. and lhe atoned for it lay .eleeting the -th of Jully for his Iiirtlulart. lie caime illt to \ic tria a fenw nuuths afterwards. bringing his parents with himi , and settlell in tihe Geong. district. His father. Mr. 1). 11. Ilm. haiul the ii:u.gienuint of variouns firtis i...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 23 August 1888

BUSINESe NOTICES. GEORGE GEORGE' (LIMITED), Universal- Providers FEDERAL EIRVORIUM EQUITABLE STORES, 89 COLLIEs STut?nr WEsr. RESIDENTS ofVMILDURA IRRIGATION COLONY cannot do better than send for ONE OF OUR, CELEBRATED TWO GUINEA HOUSEHOLD DRAPERY .! PARCEL. [I1 Which contains the following Useful Goods, the Qualities of which are strong and rerriceable. (The money will be returnrd should the parcel not give entire satisfaction.) 1 pair of Blankets, worth - - £0 13 6 1 Full-size Doom Quilt; Worth - - 0 11 6 6 yards All-wool Flannel, worth Is. - 0 6 0 6 do. Crimoean Shirting, worth ls. 1(4. 0 6 9 12 to. First-class Calico. worth 81yd. - 0 8 6 1 Damask Table Cloth, worth - - 0 4 6 6 Large Turkish Towels, worth 10.d. - 0 5 3 3 Fancy do. worth Is. 6. - - 0 4 6 £s 0 6 Country Customcers can rely Oi their orders being Lstrictly attended to* IN OlIDI)EIINIG l'.EASE QUOTE PAPER "ly cutting out the above COUPON and for:rdllng remlittaoce,.incldilg carriage, yoc will ill return receive goodls...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 23 August 1888

Bueiness NotIcc. I'LANT AN ORANGERIY, ORCHAII RD OR RAISIN VINEYARD. And Secure a Competence for Y:urself and Children. WEST BROTHERS, GOULDOUIRN VALLEY XURSERIIES 300 00PNA, Have made a Speciality of ALL FRUITS and- NEW PRODUCTS suited to the Northern Districts. If you want to plant the best varieties of Oranges and and Lemolns for market, the best kidnls of App!es and Pears for export, the mllost prtitable kinks of lIaisin and Currants,the Fruits best suited for Drying or Canning, Buy only front WEST BROTIHERIS. If you want good Lucerne Seed Burless Turfoil Early Amber Cane Seed Sorghum Rape Thousand-headed Iale Brown Corn PURCHASE ONLY FROiM Wear Bi:os. If you want any information on Fruits and Products suited i- the North WRITE to them. They freely invite correspondtence. Price lists on application. Cauttion.-Intcleding planters shouttl always remember that uln suitable varieties of Fruit Trees and Vines are dear if obtained for nothing. PIONEER NURSERY, MIILDURA. A. B. S K E N ...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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OUR MELBOURNE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 23 August 1888

-p J iehn ia iii j t ii lvceiii fro pace nut VI! et rot Lark·! into , \.olricil:, the ilOO, wll last It l :I1a' ll' molil theI c11 I f s11)11 lir. :iIi it i ii cliec11 tIha the boII o in i'nnt11c ]a11I will but they lind! waitinti a sltow ga:me. Tlhe tin market has risen coth thraly, . ,vithout doing muith g-ol to the share stilver Ibusiness for te presenlt. Tl'hi improved value of wIeat ill 1.Llon1ol has iheer.l many at sad heart. and there is smie houpe for teiarly t ' i.r ole btil the allice-seteking politician. Pr hl ii there is n 5 1oli is il yet. The Exhihition recess u as 1eci n wel ctliel politically ai s :i ton enlli ient time for \allchiig how thi e u t wiI tih jlilll, but the cat t llii n, I clnch? c , ciit. ly. 'I'Ill t titat nabsIia falitta hias Iven ,Inolllliilt ill ii0'r. t . n ctioi ns. IIand it imts ftt huh tiiiattteottuut 5~ur ith sure am :1lll (.(Ltiiug lighti \%rh .lui s , h It It ie t1' 1 : 1 11u \\14.11 ilu rt s t-f non" it imi I i ;1ll11 8 a, mi ld I.." '1)lll...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 23 August 1888

STEAM TO MILDURA. Fresh Meat Daily. DU D A S & L 0 C K, Thle .ilst ian Couliinodnious CO L" C 0 T E .A. C T O ES, 8 -U" IL ID E E. , IE T C., S T E A M E R GEM .1 THOMAS PYE & CO., LAG AVNE, i.I.. TLeanve.s MORG.VN cver- TUSr ISI)DlAY after tie arival of e ti Ii froin AddIaidel. Arrives n M I , ) U Ii A on, F I I I)A. Y afterunon,. Leaves Mildura on SAT IiDAY morning, w| IOLSA. H: AND IKTAIL n UTCI. dCes, t All descriptions o' I L I)iNG MA'I'T 1 IA I, kept in, STIOCK. calls at Wontworth, and leaves Wentwuorthi on Saturday afternoon, reachiing lorgan ' l All ki s of C re try work xc tl with Iltnl ss :la d (Clos)e ll l. h. on JMni onday Imorniing in time for thI ti train t Adell ide. dCellIS TON AVaI'N'I . For passages and. freight napplyi. to Estimates Given. 8 SII. 1GU. ,1o AVD CO. lVenilortl/. & TIO K *.I r1!. YDA .'.A:/EI I/,*i ..... ilS':i.i; Il lO., lOOUK, ,st.I,. (OOtS,,',c. nJT_ N ]D A S ,& -Zl- CO T< . Irrigation Itachinery. J. &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 23 August 1888

£IT NOTICF.. Subsceriber; to thre f'mllirorlo· ho to niot receive their 1tntlor regulanrly rlr Irornptly- or %rllo find1 them inoerrcetly nllrrr:fd ar'rcrquestcd to roein Ilintunint nt nce withl thle I'nroprietorr. On re ieOt of such hotit1.ot stets,, will he tohoon to hare the matter rectified. N. R. M'KAY It. CO.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 23 August 1888

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The Cultivator. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 23 August 1888

The Cultivator. 4 - PUBLISIIED EVEIRY TIITUISDAY. TO COIttESPONDI)ENTS. TitI: CUI.TtVA'ron is levotedt to the interests of trrigption llnll intelsC ctllture. It cotltioUitlls sl cial soulrces of infornllattion, andl its subscrilers ire, cordially invtited to I:iKe enquiries onn tntters conllected with these suijects. Colllllolleti?o itllellte l for pnblitiOton and ll enquries, shotll nobe addressed toTit: t ITit of Tilt: CUItI:toI'tnII. , altd, to seotlr attention, lost ci r every case be aecoot aiCd by the lllle ttl 1 address ff tie writer, for tlle ?tirsfation if tie lh:l'roll. CorrCesIaoltltoet nre requested tio write on one side Dlly of thie Rper, al| nothing San he insertced which does not reach tihe flce before Olne o'Clock, p.nl., toI Wellesdys. Correopondett s are Ilootle resloltsible for tile opinions tthey express. tejectel letters will lnot Ie retunlcd. This role will he adhered to, nnI eorre.oo Ilent nare dlvisenl to keeo eol oies of their olllloiatnionto. NOTICE TO SUBS...

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HOLDING ON. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 23 August 1888

HOLDING ON. They were evidently a uooney coupllle. uIl they werelc unollisticatelt a t hey' were spooney, and I watched them with onome interest as (pretetnding to be asleep) Speered an them from half-closed eyelids, oil the railblray journey froml Melbourne to Geelong. I'tnl not mtuch given to poetry, and mno rhythm mao be plagaricet, yet I strnng'together there lines commemorattive of try experienc?.and handed a copy of them to opounee as he and his iouotoroto left the tr.dn at C(eelong: 'Twas in a railwa: car they sat, HIe held her hand she heh hie hat : I held my breath, and Ily tquite tlat The kissed ! I saw them do it. Ile helll that kissing was no crime ise held her mouth up every time i 1 kept quite still, :tlt wrote this rhtylne While they thoutght no one knew it.

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR ADELAIDE LETTER. August 17th, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 23 August 1888

OUR A)DELAIDE LETTER. (FRIOM Orr Coi)u 'Snln.INr.) .\u1 ust 17t. 1S 8. A series of articles have recently been appearing in the Soith Australian .1 .drecliei' on irrigation for SoulthI A.s tralia, b Mr31. Thomas P'arker. 1.. After reviewing the tliiterent water pl- n plies from the river 3tlrayv. the river Torrens, the Waketiehi river, the dis tricto l? aroota, annl the Soth Rhline, the writer recouncendsilc a state irriga'tion cettlenent, with ann onthtiy of two noil lit s sterling on works that wvnuhl not only tiemtploy haliteb aind indutre alitintal immigration. but woulnlt largely increase the itroncd:ttin of the lind. This scheme Mr. Parker does not consider would lie of any disadvantage to the Messrs. CIhat'ry lBrolthers, in their irrigation colonies at Milhlra and Ilenmnark. The result of the trial shipment of fruit made by Messrs. (Geo. Wi!ls an:l Co., will hie anxiously watched Ib ali interestlc: in its cultivation. The eases taken Iby the "lMurrnmbidgee" re conll strlcte I...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Forthcoming Agricultural Shows. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 23 August 1888

roriiicollutlg AglctltluraI Showsn. ---4-- The secretari,, If thle varelou Ie rticultur l nutl AUGUST. Ct---llenee A. tt11 1'. So~lcel-. 2S,. ti> Sept. l.-The NXatieceel AgPrclllteral So ciety e f trict.,rla. SEPTE.M I111. 2, I--Alltrnlial SIeepClreetlers' A.Sh ociation, at SI.-l-- inip .ll nelll P. Selcietv. . 5--Stlwell iln1l eilellllr nl Distri.-t 1'. anll A. 5- Krenig District P. al5 A. Society. 5, it.--llollnl P. nIel A.SeCiety. •5, G1.-lurnrtltidgee P. aeI A. Associetilon at ci: " rrlllwtngsI d . lrder A. midl P. Ats 7.1--Py .ltt e fill Ahlriciltlrtlr. Se.riete 1I, I2.--ellhterel Itl trI S ,iet . tio -\Vchry,,t h A. and P. Scity 13, 1I-l-lallarat A. anlld'. Societr (sltheep). 1l.--.I ti3 llk 1'. I'llc l Ak . Seieiet-. I9.-C.lttletlte .\ricttltu. Society. 19.--hterlati.ete'.m tl'e.ntietett." 19, 20--Ucnlaton. 5.5.11.. P? nll A. Societ r. 2ii. 7.- St. Arnanul; National Show of Del F.rt 201, 21.-- rlla n tlle 1 en S:l. e?l t - OCTORIIt. 21 --1llil td Lillit r An . gy n. Sdiet ...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 23 August 1888

r·I·:,li"..i:,nn;l .A (1( ("rtis("(n("utý.~ (Late of~, 'I'eorlr\ ie. South Au'tral~ili:t). Il:I. L( IIIIIIIIICl"CII thle PRACTICE(1C1 PB() L. 1 oflia PIiOFE~S1ON \ 'C ~it I I, I) iT II A J I) It N 1. 1 Y \ N IAN IID. 1'\\(1 I I NANII; AN II I\uII .\-'IIaII:Y. f SaIeI of I U LanI.tI ill !1%,.:C'L. I IKEl UIILDINGS. AGEINT lll \I tI lT cl' II l 1.11 T. Io 'I l' 1.1 I'.\ OF )III.I )11 i.\. j11. lhat lie lute GM(N INIE t-II· 1111 I' 1ESIII ONA N V'IS D. T. EDMUNDS, 'L..\.NS. Sl FlIt'll,'l('.\'rl'O , lilILL.. t)l QIA.\NTITIE S lIltlI'.la"D. 1:TM11.IT I" : I 1'N, ,c.. kt. ('ultirlatr Ollice. .ihl u'n Everyone oughllt to IInsIure against Fire THE NATIONAL INSURANCE COMIPANY OF AUSTRALIA. uolic:e- c,,ver l?o--ce, by lush Fires, Lilght uin,_g alu Gas Explo-ion . L Ilii.T II.T--. T liin,T ",I SETTLIMENTS. Ag.l- aiit 31ilur:- X. ]. \I"KAY & CO. Clark, Sharland & Co. ST K?K. STATION. LANi. ESTIATE anil. C(O31M1SSIiN A.\"ENI'S. t1)I.\IiIN A\VINi E. .\hit.rIt. CL.lIK. SIlAILAS.ND ...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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Planting Preparations at Mildura. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 23 August 1888

lqanti.l Preparationsolls at Miliduran. After soeitng the rough and unready methods followed by our Victorian irri gators ill waterilllng their lands, andll tlhen witnessi'ge the pain taklen by the Mihiour settler to grade.level, and work down the soil bIefore planting. one is forced to to the conclusion that prior to the advent of the Chattey Ilros very little of the science of irrigation was known in these colonics The Northern farmer imagines that if lie gets his landtl uniiler water somnthow, he is irrigating, even if part of the block is covered lire times s as deep in one place as in the other. At 3ilhuta' the greatest care is taken even with a well-situated block to grale it uniformly attultsmootlh dIown the unequalities of the surface. Wherever hollows and smtall deplressions exist, the first operation after the gtroultn ihas been ploughedl to a depth of 12in, is to get an eartll-scotop to work to till utp the low- places. The bnckseraper. the leveller, and the "Acte " lharr...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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THE VINEYARD. TENDING THE VINE. (MR. KELLY'S PAPER CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 23 August 1888

THE VINEYARD. TEN1INGt '1'I;E VINE. (311:. Ktltl.s P.1'PEiIt: CONTINUED.) Yoin cannot tlrn : 1man into a villncra1r with instructions to prune nll the vines to fo lrspurs. or In leave two spurll anod two rols on others. Front the very first pruning iup to tile time that the vine has attainecl its inten'eild size and snlpe it is absoluteciy lecessary thant thle pruner sholnll have the form or shape that the vine is eventually to havie consistently- in his mill, so that lie may erncouragee the groll\vth f certaini slhootsnsal aivoid leaving others growing in directions Ihat wonll eventually spoil the shape of the vine anl necessitate the use of tlhe salw in after years. The less a Vine is mntilateil by the use of tths in=trumenot-- namely, the naw--the better for its future wrell-beingl nut health. At the samtn time. in the •ase of vines growing upon rich soils it is fftent necessary du ring the first years to ceave extra wood in onler to utilize the supertbuntant . vigor of the vine,...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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THE HOUSEHOLD. To all Housekeepers. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 23 August 1888

THE HOUSEHOLD. To all Ilousekceepers. Every lolly render of the Culaerrlr,,. Cli o }"oling, no hatter Cv ~.otrc resliding., i.: ill\-itcll to enill the IC t IhEl lilelts. I eee'rltinolli ýIeggeetitenl inquiries, a o- cl.~lllr - onlleli i (11 , , e. Famili arr free talk isavy cetbeaoteeyhn wriltCtinnlg to iIInte..r teork, t the antehlie eC ,noing...CCthe C tee. eto oking, eClth,tist Cttg, eruitarC, care tie ectClrenttteet tal --in te hort, alot l ins ofo eei r oe ltc1a.

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 23 August 1888

BEE-KEEPERS' SUPPLY CO., 0 18 FRANKLIN STREET WEST, L. T. CHAMBERS, MANAGER. Scud for Illustrated Catalogues. PUOSPECTUS 01F TI'E Vildura Coffee Palace Coy., ('I' be regeistered tinder Clmpnies Sitauite, I P861,l CAP.ITAL, . 10 ,©00, In 111,000 Shares of' ,1 each. paable as follows : s. 6d. onl A.pplication. ?'!s. 6d. on Alolltment, the Bulialance if required in calls not to exceed .5s.. nor at less intervals than three mouths. It is proposed that when 10is. per Share is called up that no further rall is to le made on Shareholders for 12 monlths. 'Provisiornal Dircroor,: tWllLIAM I\..NIAMIY CIlAt'FIY. Esq.. (t'IAt.MAN.. 'li' : 'AI'tI, OF RIANFI'lllY. I II. WI 1.1.1.1MS. IEso. PETER McLA.1EN, sQ?. W. '. P'A'I'IERSON, lsnl. J. J. ROIIEIltITSOI . ESQ. ITu: t'OMMIiICI.\L RAINK OF" .1USTI'IL.,IA, LIMITED. . I rch it'cts: Me:ssls. CL.AtlI & S11.tI.I.\NI. . tI ,It)"lIA.. SolicitorS : MEsss:. GODIFREIY & I;UcIIEN. COLLINs T'I'l. 31ti, ELlU'liNI. lltti ager : (To n1E APPo1NTE...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Modes of Propagation. [Newspaper Article] — The Mildura Cultivator — 23 August 1888

MIodues of Propagation. The following schedtule is adapted Io the ]ropagaltiol of the ditlerellt trees andi fruit-bearing. shrubs : Apple anml iear.-lBltddintg antd graft Cherry.-- Mostly ht bludding; but succeeds well by grafting if done very early. 'Teach att Neet?u11ie.-I?y budling and 'trftitll. Pum.--y ll g-raftingz : :also by budhling if the stocks are thrifty. lApricot.-- y bIdling; occasitnally by gratftin. \lltond .-l-y bilding; oec:tsionally by ,_ 'ftin'. Chestnut.-Bly early grafting. Wahlnt.--ly early grafting and by anl nual budding. Quinee.-lly cutting and grafting. Iilbert.--ly suckers amt layers. The liner so,rts may be gafttle otn the more cottmmon, which reduces size of bush :attd makes thetm mtore prolifie. Grape.--By layer and cuttings. and in some instances grafting is advalltageouisly employed for netw ntt rare sortsi ot old or wild stocks, Ilprucing rapid growth andI early bearing. iltaspberryand lackbherry.-Blysttuckers, eutting off routs a:uu lvyers. A joint ...

Publication Title: Mildura Cultivator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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