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Excerpt from The Herald of the Golden Age, Vol. 7: January 15, 1902
This new industry has come to stay, and I hope that all our readers will help to circulate information concerning this ray of hope which is calculated to gladden the hearts of many despairing fruit growers in the United Kingdom who have had in the past the bitter experience of seeing their crops wasted owing to the fruit having ripened when Covent Garden and other markets are glutted.
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