This makes me think that there are a few things that the orchardist will have to do before he will get the fullest results.
The orchardist should not be assessed on his fruit-trees and pay the penalty for being energetic and a pusher in horticulture.
Where a vinegar factory is established, however, it gives to the orchardist a means to dispose of his cull apples.
How does this conservation of moisture aid the farmer and orchardist?
This order contains many insects that are injurious to the nurseryman, to the orchardist, and to the gardener.
The more thoroughly the preparation of the soil, the greater will be the success of the orchardist.
The orchardist makes Nature herself "commend the ingredients of the poisoned chalice" to the lips of her destroying creatures.
His father was, and he himself is, an orchardist and fruit grower.
While, of course, requiring plenty of laborers, the orchardist did not need the sons in the management of his farm.
Though a good apple it is one more deserving the attention of the orchardist than the fruit gardener.