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Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, including addresses and papers presented, and proceedings at the summer and winter meetings of the year 1881-2

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Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Case, F. W., Editor
Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, including addresses and papers presented, and proceedings at the summer and winter meetings of the year 1881-2
Vol. XII
Madison, Wisconsin: David Atwood, State Printer, 1882 [covers 1881/1882]

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[Title page] Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, including addresses and papers presented, and proceedings at the summer and winter meetings of the year 1881-2, pp. [1]-[2]

Report to the governor, Case, F. W. p. [3]

Table of contents, pp. [4]-5

List of officers, 1882, p. 6

Members, 1882, pp. 7-8

Fruit list, pp. 9-10

Timber culture, p. 11

Act of reorganization of the State Horticultural Society, pp. 12-13

Constitution and by-laws, pp. 13-14

Laws relating to the publication and distribution of the transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, p. 15

Law relating to tree belts, revised statutes 1878, pp. 15-16

Proceedings at the summer meetings, held by the Wisconsin Horticultural Society, at La Crosse, June 22-24, 1881, and Appleton, July 13-14, 1881, pp. [17]-18

[Address of welcome], Bryant, J. F. pp. 18-19

[Discussion of cause of injury to strawberries], pp. 19-24

[Address of Senator W. T. Price], Price, W. T. pp. 24-26

Mental and moral influence of horticulture, Smith, J. M. pp. 26-32

Sixteen years' experience in fruit culture in St. Croix County, Partridge, E. G. pp. 32-39

horticulture for the children of the farm, Huntley, Mrs. pp. 39-44

Ornamental tree planting, pp. 44-48

The mission of horticulture, Plumb, J. C. pp. 48-55

Cultivation of flowers and plants by amateurs, Harris, J. L. pp. 55-64

Small fruits, pp. 65-69

Adaptations in horticulture, Wood, J. W. pp. 69-81

Cultivation of celery, pp. 81-84

Northern fruits and fruit growing, Plumb, J. C. pp. 84-90

Forest culture, Wheeler, N. M. pp. 90-100

Health in horticulture, Kerr, Alex., Mrs. pp. 100-109

Out door flowers and plants, Kellogg, Geo. J. pp. 109-111

Rewards in the flower garden, Barter, S. pp. 111-117

The beautiful and true in American homes, Richmond, E. V. pp. 117-122

Premiums awarded, pp. 122-123

Meeting at the state fair, pp. 123-128

Transactions at the annual meeting, pp. [129]-134

[Revision of fruit list], pp. 135-144

[List of timber and shrubs], pp. 145-146

Reports of local societies, pp. 146-147

Report of the treasurer, Anderson, M. pp. 148-153

Secretary's report, pp. 153-159

Election of officers, pp. 159-160

Reports of committee of observation, pp. 160-168

Report of the delegation to Washington, pp. 168-170

[Report of premiums awarded], pp. 170-172

Premium list, pp. 172-174

Joint convention, pp. [175]-181

Strawberry notes, Kellogg, Geo. J. pp. 181-190

Apple tree blossoms--blight, Peffer, Geo. pp. 191-202

Present and future of horticulture in Wisconsin, Plumb, J. C. pp. 202-209

Berries for the farmer, Stone, I. N. pp. 209-214

Esthetics in horticulture, Willard, C. A. pp. 214-222

The mental out-reach of women, Clark, J. pp. 222-227

Resetting old orchards, Daniels, E. W. pp. 228-229

Reports of local societies, pp. [230]-256

Communications. Potato rot, pp. [257]-270

Potato blight and rot, Taylor, Thomas pp. 271-276

The potato fungus--germination of the resting spores, Smith, Worthington G. pp. 277-284

Injurious and other fungi, Halsted, Byron D. pp. 284-301

Mineral constituents in plant growth, G├Žssman, Prof. pp. 301-314

Bacteria, pp. 314-330

Roses, and how to grow them, Ellwanger, Henry B. pp. 331-338

Insect killers, Saunders, William pp. 338-344

Fruit statistics, p. 345

Wisconsin means for a number of years from various sources, Shaw, C. A. p. 346

Summary of meteorological observations taken at the United States signal service station, Madison, Wisconsin, for the year 1881, Shaw, C. A. p. 347

Index, pp. [348]-351 ff.


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