1887

oa Agricultural Journal of the Cape of Good Hope - Arsenate of lead

Volume 37, Issue 6
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Abstract

When arsenate of lead was first brought into use as an insecticide, it was considered that no kind of fruit tree would be injured by it, however strong it was applied; but extensive experience has slowly brought out the fact that injury is apt to result to the foliage and fruit of peach and some other particularly sensitive plants from an application of even moderate strengths of the very best brands.

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2019-10-21

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