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The Wisconsin horticulturist

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Wisconsin State Horticultural Society
The Wisconsin horticulturist
Vol. III, No. 4
June 1898

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Contents

[Frontispiece] [Strawberry growing in the valley of the Wisconsin]

[Title page] The Wisconsin horticulturist, p. [5]

Strawberry growing in the valley of the Wisconsin, Read, L. H. pp. [5]-6

The clematis at Madison, Goff, E. S. pp. 6-7

Fruit-loving birds, Burroughs, John pp. 8-12

A new strawberry, Bones, B. R. pp. 12-13

About the Lind Center apple, Barnes, A. D. pp. 13-14

Thinning apples, p. 14

Strawberry pointers from J. H. Hale, Hale, J. H. pp. 15-16

Cultivation, Hale, J. H. pp. 16-17

Door County Fruit Growers' Association, pp. 17-19

The fashionable vegetable, p. 19

Sweet odors and ozone, p. 20

A page for the boys and girls, p. 21

Hiring labor, pp. 22-23

From our correspondents, Hatch, A. L.; Tanner, Thos. pp. 23-24

The nursery and fruit farm of F. C. Edwards, pp. 24-25

Apples in abundance, p. 26

How late may we cut asparagus?, pp. 26 ff.

[In memoriam--John L. Fisk], Philips, A. J. pp. [unnumbered]-28

A visit to the fruit farm of A. G. Tuttle, Baraboo, pp. 28-29

Watering plants, p. 29

Our exhibit at Omaha, Kellogg, L. G. p. 30

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society--summer meeting of 1898, pp. 31-33

Editorial comment, p. 34

A letter from Prof. Henry, Henry, W. A. pp. 35 ff.


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