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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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Considered Easier Method Than Other
Forms of Grafting.
Treos may bo propagated by rool
grafting more easily than by any other
method. The main part of tho work
can bo done In winter", assuming thai
Uio roots are obtained before the
ground Is frozen too hard. Roots
from nursery trees of medium slzo
about ono year old are best. Tho
scions may be cut any tlmo before
tho buds swell. Tho grafting may
be done any time In winter In the
farm workshop or basement.
The scions should be five or six
inches long and cut so that a strong
bud will bo at the top of each piece.
Cut the lower end ns shown In the II-
The Harvard Medical School
Willi the completion of the new buildings, which wcro dedicated Sep
tember 'Joth, 100G, this school now has facilities and equipment for teach
ing and research In the various branches of mcdlclno probably unequaled
In this country. Of the five buildings, four aro devoted entirely to lab
oratory teaching and research. Numerous hospitals afford abundant op
poitunltloH tor clinical Instruction In medicine and surgery.
DEGREE OF M. D.
chfclors of arts, literature, philosophy
nt standing, leads to tho degrco of M.
wholly elective; tho Include labora
tal surgery and tho special clinical
COUR8E FOR THE
A four ycois' course, operi to ba
or science, and to persons of cqulvale
D. The studies of tho fourth year are
tory subjects, general medicine, gene
The next "school year" extends fr
The diploma of University of Nebr
For dctnllcd announcement and ca
om October 1, 1908, to Juno 24, 1909.
aska Is accepted for admission,
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How the Root Graft Is Made. '
lustration. Make a long, sloping cut j
at tho butt end about lVi inches long, 1
taporlng to a point. Then cut a silt
one-half inch long, parallel to the cut '
just made, forming a tongue, and with '
Its point a little below the middle of
the slope. Then, taking a piece of
root five or six inches long, cut it in 1
precisely the same way as the scion,
so that tho two lit together and corre
spond, .loin scions and roots of the 1
same size, so that the cut edges will
fit well. If a number of scions aro cut I
at tho same time it will bo easior to
find ono which will fit each root as
1 It IS CUl. 1
When root and scion aro fitted to-
gether, says Farm and Home, hold the
I frrnft flrrnlv 11 nil with tlm anllonri nnrf
between the thumb and forefinger,
take a piece of waxed thread in the
right hand, put tho end of It under the
left thumb to hold it fast while the
l '.bread Is passed around the graft and
I made to bind down the end. Wind
I tho thread, or roll the graft In tho
left hand, so as to bind the cut sur
faces together, and snap off the thread
without tying it, as the wax will hold
it In place. The tying Is a very simple
operation, and children can learn to do
It, but cutting and fitting the graft
should bp done with care.
Tie the completed grafts in bun
dles and store away in sawdust or
similar material Until planting time,
keeping them In a damp, cool place
whore they will not freeze, und where
inlco will not get at them. At tree
planting time set them out in rich,
mellow soil, placing them deep enough
to cover the point of union. If kept
cultivated these grafts should make
gopd growth the first season. .
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but- enough bo that you enn give them
tho right attention.
Keep your orchurd as neat like a
garden as possible from tho tlmo it Is
planted to tho clay of Its death.
Three fine requisites are necessary
to securo early potatoes, viz, early
soil, early planting, early variety.
Every farmer should take an Inter
est In the forestry question, It vitally
concerns tha farmer as well aa others.
In taking up young troos for trans
planting thoy should ho marked so
they can he put In the ground just as
they came out.
Onion land should be plowed In tho
fall or early winter. Give a shallow
harrowing just before planting the
seed. -dPlant early In drills 14 to 16
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