- The foll.jwing, by a correspoudoiit of Tiie Ohio Cultivator, 8 worth a trial by all peaeh f rowers: "Procure your treps graftcd upon tha wild pluin stock. The tres parttka of t'ne natura of tho plum. bsing hardy, and vrill liever Winter kil], niid putting out lata in tho Spring will nerer ba injured by the frost, mJ it is ;i certain preventativu igaiiist tiie workings of tho peuefa grub, vrhilo tho natural lifetima of a tros i b "jond that of oar own; so yoo :i::iy dupeud Oi paaoht'S every yoar, and for a long period of timo, without tha destructivo and discmraging influciicéi nttending tlio growth of the ojmnion pfnoli. '1 hey can be obtainud for from fifty to scvnntyfive cents per tree, and you had better p-iy firo tiráés thst ftíiiotrnt than not taiu them and ba oartain of peaciies ovrj [ yoar. 'l'ry t. a:id our word for it, you will b satisficd with the result."