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Small Fruits In Orchards

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Day
24
Month
June
Year
1870
Copyright
Public Domain
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berries succaO'l fully as well in an orchard where partially shaded as in more exposed situations. Many of the foreign sorts aro more or less liable to bo injured by the excessive heat in summer, aud a little shado fill ofteu prevent injury to tho leaves, and thereby √°llow tbe canes to fully ripen. The planting of raspberries among trees is no new feature in horticulture, but has been craeticed for many years by our mosteuocessful growors of ihi fruit. Blaukberries and black raepberries would probably do better in a half-shady eituatiou than where fully exposed, and in tbe Middle and Southern States thia mode of oulture should bo more geuerally adopted. If the plants are kopt thoroughly cultivated and the eoil enriched, the apple, pear, or other trees would not be injured by the presance of other piante. - Ilearth and Uomt. The Atlantic & Pacific Railroad vme completed Saturday to Pierca City, fifty miles west of Springfield Missouri, and will be pushed rapidly forward to the Southwest bouodary of the State, and thenoe through the Indiaa Territory and across the continent. Mayor Hall of New York, announces bis intention to approve no f'urther pririloge for constructing telegraph post lines through tba city, and ia preparing a ppecial message urging that all existing lines be taken down and ruu in cables under ground.

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Old News
Michigan Argus