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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1922

Franklin McMillan Diary 1922 12.pdf

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past {Radials?} hole in drill. {/lb?} seed. started plating Tomatoes in the afternoon got about 4600 {out?}.

May 25th Showery. planting Tomatoes

May 26th Rain + warm finished planting Tomatoes 17 {500 in superscript?} plants

May 27th. Planting Peppers heavy + cold north wind blowing about 5000 {Hat.?} 1500 {Punients?} 3500 Sweet Ruby Giant.

May 28th. Sunday Fine + warm was down to the Beach and over to see Will Bell

May 29th. Started Spraying at noon. a little over 3 1/2 gals Lime Sulphur + {5 1/4 lbs?} Lead (Powdered) for tank. Men hoeing new strawberries

May 30th Spraying all day weather fine

May 31st Spraying yet Good Prospects for fruit Lots of plums + apples. half {crop?} pears and cherries

June 1st Finished spraying today 22 tanks - 2 lbs Lime sulphur 125 lbs Lead

June 2nd Weeding + Hoeing started rain about 4 oclock

June 3rd Fine + warm all the crowd cleaning up hotbeds

June 4th Sunday Fine + warm was down at Hicks for tea

June 5th. Hoeing + cultivating and finished cleaning up hot beds. Dealt Ford Truck off for a {Res?} - got what we paid for ford $925 {Res?} cost $21 {50 in superscript}.

June 6 Fine + warm. hoeing

Junr 7th Hoeing Cabbage second time ought to have Cabbages in a couple of weeks

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