Introduced by Roy Hay
Sarubs in Tubs: Moira Savonius deals with the growing of flowering shrubs as well as the more usual bay and box in tubs and large pots
Watering and Plant Growth: For some years the response of garden crops to irrigation has been studied. L. P. Smith talks about the ones that show the greatest benefit from watering, and the most effective time in their growth to apply this water; Jack Carver discusses the equipment available for irrigation
Arranged and introduced by Bill Hartley
Is car rust-proofing good enough? Norman Turner doubts it. and discusses the subject with Brian Turner , representing the motor manufacturers Car-camping on the Continent: with Roy McCarthy
Centres of Research: Jim Pestridge visits the research department of a tyre manufacturer
Vision problems of summer motoring: by Jack Davey
Produced by David Glencross
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