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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1924

Frank McMillan Diary 1924 9.pdf

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all the afternoon but still refuses to go. Bot 1/2 ton of nitrate oof Soda $35.00.

May 7th. Worked all morning at sprayer. Then to much wind to spray in the afternoon. Finished planting strawberries about 3 1/2 or 4 acres.

May 8th. Cloudy + east wind. This morning got 1 1/2 tanks on peas and stopped by rain. The mix the for Pear Paylla to about 16. Gas Lune Sulphur and about 4/5 of a qquart of Black Leaf 40 er tank ysed as Dominant spray as late as possible

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rained heavy all

May 9th. Nothing doing. Raing all last night and all day. Ground very wet now.

May 10th. Worked at hatbed weeding peppers and transplanting tomatos. Weather fine + bright but cool east wind

May 11th. Sunday. Cool and cloudy. East wind. Went to the city for tea

May 12th. Cold east wind + cloudy. Cleaning brush out of Johns {illegible} stopped by rain at 10 oclock and still raining tonight. Worked at greasing + oiling truck + ear all day

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