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Coshocton Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1977, Coshocton, Ohio June Garden Calendar smut to set cd enrolled it As leaves of users suck As tera yellow then Fili Chect 3veerrv this is the k of Che Hake place i of carrots Arden pea Harvest Ine i 27 apply to Wail established fruit Trees for excessive leads of fruit. Sand Ehi Naiad Braach propping say be accessory. 21 Long fact Day of ser result in Staldt. Develop one in Spla Aeh Aad lettuce plants. Belove these fron the Garden and replace with other vegetables. Last place is of Sweet com. Of other Vith l Taoa a of fertilize car a a ctr allowing no note Taka 1 to 1% Inthea new grouch. Sailed b or Container Earsery Stock still be plated Uitz Haceesa. Broccoli Harvest begins. If the Garden soil a beginning to 4ry out Capple Cacal Mariag vill be necessary to keep Plaat Tilch Caa reduce fre Quency of irrigation. After Barest season asparagus Aad rhubarb grouch can be Simu lated by a nitrogen fertilizer Side dressing. fair 29-Jolj 4 for a acc Calob of protect Rinc Aang st berries Funai Birds. Beet Aari Carrot Rinch Estall skid Dace height aa4 Fen a loner Stocky Plant. There is still Tiac to Plant both Lisa control insects Aad diseases in the Flower and vegetable gardens Vith a regular Spray ing or dusting program every 7-10 climb Long after they have 23 Lake your entries in the various state pair exhibit classes. Ptjtm.1 30-july 4 Sammy la at 111 to Plant bearded Iris cae be do sued Aad reset after n wich or Vithous n gooseberries Are Fuegi stalag to Ripen. Strawberry Harvest season Over or to a close majr Hie Cosko too Assembly May suspend drunk Driver sentence Coll a i the Ohio House of representatives is scheduled to tins week of legislation be Nutting suspension of the automatic three Das jail sen ence for drunk or drugged doers i agree to attend an educational program the Bill of wednesday House Calendar would App to first offenders and would permit the judge to decide whether the course work would be More effective than Consi Nemen the legis Saton sponsored rep thoth a a Pou Enger r incan Nett Aho Uoo id the judge to a first offender to h car of a tend the program or to to airs of his s License for 30 Davs the Bill was to been taken up last week but floor postponed. With both taking Dav off the House she Senate into session at 4pm the Senate meets a1 s 30pm taking up a House passed Bill Boef ohm the state commission and reatus a new one dominated Calenda in House includes a Bill aimed a facilitating state o and electric Power n of Peak masons sponsored rep Rocco j co Lorna d Brook Park. Me Oil requires each Gas and electric t0 furnish the Public commission wife a Forseca i of service demands fue and related for Piatro cacti l and l of the re of be presented o the Senate Commerce Ana labor is so at 9 a m Regip coins Denny a length its of Anrod Manti to the Public of i Cine bargaining bit to f Nance commit tee 4.heduled a n of consider he epo of he of of creat value in the Garden and landscape soil applications of materials such As seed free Straw grass clippings peat Moss newspaper sawdust Aad plastic Fulst conserve soil moisture Aid in Weed control maintain a bore uniform soil temperature reduce rot and splashing on Tiit. Aid to reducing Blossom drop Blossom end rot and Leaf Roll of Toa acres by maintaining a More uniform soil a obscure Supply. Apply organic mulches on Rosc established ornamental plants in Aid Spring when the soil has Haroed enough for Active Root growth. Apply organic mulches to Flowers and vegetables after Thev Are Folly established and growing Well. For Best results poely mulches at least 2 to 4 inches deep around the plants Over cleanly cultivated soil. Avoid covering crowns of very Low growing plants. Gladiolus culture Gladiolus will grow in any Fertile Well drained soil. Planteo in sunny areas As soon As the danger of killing Frost is past. Succession plantings at 10 Day intervals can extend the season of Bloon throughout the Susaner. Plant corns 3 inches apart in rows 18-30 inches apart about 4 inches deep in heavy soils and up to 6 laches deep in lighter More easily worked soil. Cover cores with 2 inches of soil at planting time and add acre soil later to place corns at proper depth. When cutting glads leave several leaves to Sake food to build up new corns. Thrips control in Gladiolus is essential for Success trios injury produces a. Sii Verv appearance on the leaves As a result of Plant Sao removal by the insects leaves later turn Brown and die. Flowers Ossetia is do not fora. Those that do form say be deformed or discoloured. Champn causes for Tomato Blosson drop of the older varieties Are Oore prone to dropping blossoms than newer ones. The so called non acid types fit into this category. Cool temperatures fall below for several nights in succession most All varieties of tomatoes Ray drop blossoms. Too Nuch nitrogen nitrogen can result in Tomato Blo Soet drop. Analyses such a and 6-24-24 Are satisfactory for Tomato production. Too much or excessive rainfall Ealy in the season May result in Tomato Blosson drop. Hot drying winds when temperatures Are in the Range of 90 p and above can result in Tomato Blossom drop. Herbicide concentrations of 2, 4-d herbicide Aad related materials May result in Blossom drop. Fruit drop Seall fruit on the ground under rhe Trees do not necessarily indicate an abnormal situation. Host fruit Trees have natural Waves of Fronir. Drop 2 or 3 this thinning process can be helpful As excessively heavy fruit loads Are reduced. Thus there is less danger of Branch breakage and greater Opportunity for regaining fruit to reach desirable size. Excessive fruit Arop can result fron poor pollination insect or disease damage or Lacic of suitable varieties for the required Cross pollination Vece Sarv for soae fruits to develop. Fruit Protection fron Birds fruits such As blueberries cherries grapes and strawberries Are Paitich Olally attractive to Birds. Substantial losses of these fruits aay result if the fruit not protected from the Birds. Gardeners use scarecrows fluttering Alosi nun pans and various scare devices with varying degrees of Success. In Nany cases the nost effective Protection for ripening fruit is use of physical barriers such As a Vinyl netting. Such settings Are available fron various Garden Supply centers and Are frequently described in equip ment and Supply sections of Garden and Nursery Cata logs. If properly cared for the investment in netting can be spread Over several years. Cross pollination in Vine crops cucumbers aus Callons papkins and Squash do have Sindlar growth habits but Are different genetically so that they do not Cross pollinate. However different varieties of Mist Cloo co Cusber. Pumpkin and Squash can and do Cross pollinate and differences in Plant and fruit characteristics could be expected if seeds were saved from the nature fruit to grow the next year s crop. Vine crop Blossom Proa the flowering habit of the Vine crops is such that the first Flowers forcing on the vines or runners Are Staminate or Nollen bearing Flowers. Such Flowers have no potential to Bear fruit and consequently Wither and drop off the plants. Subsequent Flowers footing on the vines Are both pollen bearing and Pistillate or fruit bearing Flowers. Upon pollination and fertilization the Pistillate Flowers Bear the crop. Insect pollination is important to getting Good crops fron plants having this Type of flowering habit. Fragrant plants for june Fountain Buddleia curly clematis Raisian Olive Mountain Laurel Sveet Bay Magnolia cordon mock Orange japanese Snowbell. Asparagus. Rhubarb care after the Harvest season is Over asparagus and rhubarb growth can be stimulated by a nitrogen fertilizer Side dressing watering and mulching. Good growth after the Harvest period is essential to maintaining Plant productivity in subsequent seasons. Pruning and suckering tomatoes when growing tomatoes on stakes suckers 3tens Between the Sain Stem and Leaf should be removed when 1-1% inches Long. If these Stessy Are not removed the plants will develop into Large Bushes nullifying the benefits of staking. If All Are removed free the plants they will develop As single Stela plants. If the first sucker below the first Flower Cluster is allowed to develop a double steamed Plant will result. Single Steo plants produce earlier but Are less productive than double stunned plants. Or Topping Slack Raspberry giants Suarer top Black Raspberry plants by reserving the top 3-4 inches of the growing shoots when they Are 24 inches High. Do not sucker top red Raspberry plants. The backyard Gardener by Dennis Weilnau agricultural Extension agent up until the last half of May. Of should not have planted anything m 3 our Garden except Cool season plants such As Early potatoes radishes Leaf lettuce. Etc because the month of May is just too unpredictable just keep m mid each year that Northern and Central Ohio Southern Ohio sometimes Are subject to late killing frosts or freezes As late As May 20 so to be on the Safe Side bold Back on planting warm season plants such As tomatoes peppers Etc until at least the last half of May the Early warm weather m april and a few Days in Mav brought the aphids out in Force. But they were forced to bold up for a while due to the cold snap m May they re probably Back working away at your roses and other plants b this tune aphids have been migrating to Spring hosts for several weeks there Are some aphids that carry diseases this makes control even More critical an example is the problems with half runner Beans which later was identified As bean mosaic virus aphids seem to be attracted to Rose plants for some reason More than Many other plants. They will literally cover the tender growth of Rose plants. There Are Many insecticides effective Gamst aphids one group that has Many advantages is the systemics. These May be applied to the soft at planting tune As granules or As liquids they Are taken up by the roots and translocate throughout the Plant. Some of these Are Cygon Dasant i Syston. By donate fur Adan Metas Stox a. Monitor Orthene Systo Temsik. Thiemet and others Home gardeners should stick with 1 per cent granules of i Syston Cygon Metas Stox a m mho s Isotow and Orthene. In All cases follow Label directions Cool weather has slowed earlier development of fruit buds and growth however at this tune in Central Ohio the recent Early May heavy frosts and freezes seem to have thinned the Apple crop rather severely showers will put extra stress on Scab control so Check your Spray program and keep up Spray covers at regular intervals also Check for blighted fire blossoms and maintain Post Bloom streptomycin applications if firelight has been a problem in previous years or threatens now buy the agricultural form of streptomycin at your local Garden Center or Nursery daddy Roy los Angeles Fuji Cowboy actor Roy Rogers was honoured thursday As West coast father of the year Rogers and his wife former costar Dale Evans have four natural children five adopted children 16 grandchildren and two great grandchildren bulletin Board so new no meetings scheduled. Monday memorial Day. Coshocton Riverside inn. Noon. Park hotel 7pm Izaak it Andy s on the Hill 7 30pm Coshocton Lodge Hafl 8pm new Castle Towi ship township office 8pm dentures dentistry or Ronald f Riviere or. A. A stabb.1 or. K. H. Cmum6 or. T Vamg Stom migh one or two Day full denture service partial dentures for prices Call i Ohio toll free 1-800-282-6411 Riviere Center 949 e. Using ton weekdays8 30 a m . You saute taste care of your Teeth today the following financial institutions will not be open on monday May 30 in Observance of memorial Day Cambridge savings and loan Assn. Coshocton National Bank first National Bank Home loan and savings co. The Pride of Home ownership for the Man who loves his planning should be Foremost our Home loan will help you accomplish your goal. The friendliest and most cordial financial institution in the ess Home Corner of main at fourth its sf4pfr1 spa Tiu

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