W. E. Shewell-Cooper and E. Cyril Bellis
The expert to be brought to the Northern microphone this time by W. E. Shewell-Cooper is an authority on the growing of strawberries. E. Cyril Bellis , who was for two years a student at the Cheshire School of Agriculture while Mr. Shewell-Cooper was teaching there, is associated with a well-known firm that farms many acres of strawberries in South Cheshire. Amateur gardeners who listen to this talk are likely to obtain a good deal of practical advice, as the two speakers will discuss strawberry growing in areas in the North and the reason why certain special methods have to be adopted.
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