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Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Essays, discussions and reports at the annual winter meeting, held at Madison, Wis., February 6-9, 1887

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Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Case, F. W., Editor
Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Essays, discussions and reports at the annual winter meeting, held at Madison, Wis., February 6-9, 1887
Vol. VII
Madison, Wisconsin: David Atwood, Printer and Stereotyper, 1877

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Contents

[Cover]

[Title page] Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Essays, discussions and reports at the annual winter meeting, held at Madison, Wis., February 6-9, 1877, p. [1]

List of officers, 1877, p. [2]

Contents, pp. [3]-[4]

List of members, p. [5]

Fruit lists, p. [6]

Constitution and by-laws, pp. [7]-[8]

Addresses and papers read before the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society at the annual meeting held in Madison, February 6-10, 1877, p. [9]

Annual address by the president, Tuttle, A. G. pp. [9]-12

Secretary's report, pp. 12-17

Northwestern horticulture in the future, Abbott, C. S. pp. 17-22

Picking, packing and marketing strawberries, Adams, B. F. pp. 22-26

Summer treatment of winter blooming plants, Williams, I. H. pp. 26-29

What I would like to do, Stickney, J. S. pp. 30-36

horticulture in literature, Giles, Ella A. pp. 36-39

Remarkable trees and plants, Lewis, H. M. pp. 39-45

What shall we plant?, Hatch, A. L. pp. 46-48

Inexpensive methods of making home pleasant, Ayers, D. C., Mrs. pp. 49-52

Cranberry culture and the management of a cranberry farm, Whittier, C. S. pp. 53-59

Grapes for the farmer, Greenman, C. H. pp. 59-63

Orchards on sandy land, Clark, M. L. pp. 63-68

Small fruits and flowers, Smith, J. M. pp. 68-75

Our native vines, Lewis, H. M., Mrs. pp. 76-79

Garden thoughts, Hobbins, Joseph pp. 80-85

Garden vases and hanging baskets, Williams, Irene H. pp. 85-88

Flowers as a home decoration, Ayres, D. C. pp. 88-92

Fruits for central Wisconsin, Plumb, J. C. pp. 92-97

White Star Hay and Cranberry Company, McConnell, Thomas pp. 97-101

Entomological notes, pp. 101-108

Second harvests, Culver, M. B. pp. 109-112

How to succeed in fruit growing in the northwest, Plumb, J. C. pp. 113-121

Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, at its annual meeting held in Madison, February 6-10, 1877, pp. [122]-124

[Location of June meeting], pp. 124-127

Election of officers, p. 127

Annual report of treasurer, p. 128

Entomology, pp. 128-129

[Destruction of insects], pp. 129-130

Fruit lists, pp. 130-131

[Committee on observation appointed], pp. 131-133

Strawberries, p. 133

Soil for the orchard, pp. 133-136

Orchards , pp. 136-137

Grapes, pp. 137-138

Report of committee on fruit, pp. 138-140

Transactions at June meeting, held at Tomah, June 27 and 28, 1876, pp. 140-149

Horticultural exhibition at state fair, Kellogg, G. J. pp. [150]-152

Report of the premiums awarded, pp. 153-158

Wisconsin pomology at the international exhibition, Plumb, J. C. pp. 159-162

Cranberry statistics, pp. 162-163

Reports of committees of observation, Thompson, H. M., et al. pp. 164-183

Buds, Chadbourne, P. A. pp. [184]-187

Benefits of forests and screens, Sargent, C. S. pp. 187-195

Reports of local societies, Reynolds, Werden, et al. pp. [196]-200

S I ary [Summary] of meteorological observations taken at the University of Wisconsin, pp. 201 ff.

Evergreen shelter belts and ornamental hedges

Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Essays, discussions, and reports at the annual winter meeting, held at Madison, Wis., Feb. 4-8, 1878, and at the June meeting held in Janesville, June 25 and 26, 1877, p. [1]

List of officers, 1878, p. [2]

Table of contents, p. [3]

List of members, p. [4]

Fruit lists, p. [8]

Constitution and by-laws, p. [6]

Reports of local societies, pp. [7]-8

Addresses and papers, read before the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society at the annual meeting held at Madison, February 4, 1878, p. [9]

President's address, Smith, J. M. pp. [9]-13

Secretary's report, pp. 13-17

Horticultural education, Hatch, A. L. pp. 17-20

Small fruits for the farmer, Greenman, C. H. pp. 20-23

Relation of soil to tree and fruit growing, Plumb, J. C. pp. 23-29

American forestry, Warder, John A. pp. 29-34

How best to utilize our fruit, Stickney, J. S. pp. 34-37

Some things I have not done, Kellogg, G. J. pp. 37-40

horticulture and health, Allen, H. pp. 40-48

Trees for the roadside and farm, Thompson, H. M. pp. 48-60

Sacred and other trees and plants, supposed to possess mystical virtues, Lewis, H. M. pp. 60-65

Lights and shadows among my house plants, Robinson, C. D. pp. 66-70

Ornamental foliage beds, Williams, Irene H. pp. 70-73

Our homes, Arnold, Mary L. pp. 73-76

Economic value of seeds in cultivation of plants, Ayres, D. C. pp. 76-80

Horticultural progress, Peffer, Geo. P. pp. 80-81

Advice on fruit-growing to the farmers of the northwest, Philips, A. J. pp. 81-85

Six best varieties of apples for the common farmer, Olds, B. B. pp. 86-88

Arborvitæ and barberry for hedges, Bushnell, M. C. pp. 88-90

Ornamental trees , Bryant, Arthur pp. 90-93

The work of the day, Smith, J. M. pp. 94-99

A succession of small fruits for summer, Stickney, J. S. pp. 100-103

Summer flowers, Huntley, D. pp. 103-110

Home and its horticultural surroundings, Plumb, J. C. pp. 111-115

Cultivation and yield of strawberries, Adams, B. F. pp. 116-117

The pansy, Ayers, D. C. pp. 117-120

Strawberry culture, Greenman, C. H. pp. 120-122

The farmer's garden--is it profitable?, Wood, J. W. pp. 122-129

Fruits and fruit growing in northwestern Wisconsin, Philips, A. J. pp. 129-133

Our girls, Williams, Irene H. pp. 134-136

Woman's work in horticulture, Lewis, H. M. pp. 136-139

Cranberries in Waushara County, Daniels, E. W. pp. 140-143

Entomological notes, pp. 143-156

Transactions at annual meeting, p. [157]

[Remedy for cat worm], pp. [157]-158

[Committees appointed], p. 158

[Distribution of transactions of the society], pp. 159-160

Treasurer's report, Anderson, M. p. 160

June meeting, pp. 160-162

[Election of officers and committees], pp. 162-163

[Revision of fruit list], pp. 163-165

[Discussion on small fruits], pp. 165-167

[Strawberry leaf roller], p. 167

[Discussion on relation of soil to fruit growing], pp. 167-171

[Strawberries], pp. 171-172

[Fruit house], pp. 172-173

[Codling moths], pp. 173-174

[Varieties of apples], pp. 174-176

Transactions at summer meeting, pp. 176-179

Reports of committees, Kellogg, Geo. J., et al. pp. [180]-201

Summary of meteorological observations taken at the University of Wisconsin, pp. 202 ff.


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