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Excerpt from Twentieth Annual Report of the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, 1914
In order to keep the Orchard Inspectors profitably employed dur ing periods of severe weather, when cut-door work is impossible, a system of lectures suited to public schools has been established, for which special charts and specimens have been prepared and placed in the hands of the demonstrators, and through the cooperation of teachers, patrons and in a number of instances, County Superintend ents, this work has achieved such success and proved so valuable as to make it, for some time at least, indispensable, and hence it was continued during the part of the year that rural schools were open.
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