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ORCHARD SPRAYING.

(To the Editor.) Sir, —In Saturday's "Star" 1 notice various persons fined for non-spraying. 1 think it is the regulations that are to blame; they should advertise and state definitely, in common English, what to spray with and when to'do it. The circulars are not explicit enough except for people well versed in orchard work.— I am, etc., REMU. R. M. Heighton writes on this subject that the regulations and requirements •press unduly on the working man who industriously endeavours to put his small section of land to the best advantage.

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ORCHARD SPRAYING. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 63, 15 March 1909

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