The Garden Guide

Book: Gardening Tools, Equipment and Buildings
Chapter: Chapter 4: Utensils (Pots, Cases, Cans, Fumigators)

Fumigating bellows

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1874. The fumigating bellows (fig. 493.) differ from the common domestic bellows in having a receptacle (a) for leaves of damaged foreign or of home-grown tobacco; which being ignited, and the blast sent through the mass, a powerful issue of smoke is produced by the rose (b), which can either be directed against insects on particular plants, or used to fill the atmosphere of a hand-glass, frame, or hothouse.