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Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society embracing papers read and discussions thereon at the semi-annual meeting held in Black River Falls June 26-27, 1890. Also at Madison June 2-6, 1891

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Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Hoxie, B. S., Editor
Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society embracing papers read and discussions thereon at the semi-annual meeting held in Black River Falls June 26-27, 1890. Also at Madison June 2-6, 1891
Vol. XXI
Madison, Wisconsin: Democrat Printing Company, State Printers, 1891 [covers 1890/1891]

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[Frontispiece] J. M. Smith

[Title page] Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society embracing papers read and discussions thereon at the semi-annual meeting held in Black River Falls June 26-27, 1890. Also at Madison June 2-6, 1891

Table of contents

Letter of transmittal, Hoxie, B. S.

Officers for 1891, pp. [1]-2

Members of the society, pp. [3]-4

Ad interim committee, p. 5

Fruit list, pp. [6]-8

Trees and shrubs recommended, p. [9]

Constitution and by-laws, pp. [10]-11

Act of re-organization, and laws relating to the State Horticultural Society, pp. [12]-14

Report of the transactions of the summer meeting of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society held in the court house, at Black River Falls, June 26-27, 1890, pp. [15]-16

[Address of welcome], McGillivray, J. J. pp. 16-18

Picking, packing and marketing fruit, Thayer, M. A. pp. 18-22

The work of the horticulturist, Huntley, Daniel, Mrs. pp. 23-26

Co-operation in horticulture, Adams, B. F. pp. 26-32

The adornment of home grounds, Goff, E. S. pp. 33-37

A few words for women, Hobart, Carrie S. pp. 37-42

Flowers for the home, Sargent, Ella pp. 43-49

Can grapes be successfully raised for market or home use as far north as Black River Falls?, Gale, A. I. pp. 49-51

Apple culture, Prindle, A. W. pp. 51-54

Report of superintendent of trial stations, Goff, E. S. pp. 54-61

Our horticultural picnics, Holmes, W. N. pp. 62-63

Keeping qualities of strawberries, Gale, A. I.; Goff, E. S. pp. 63-64

Transactions of the 21st annual meeting of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society held in Madison, February 2-6, 1891, pp. [65]-69

Twenty years' experience in an apple orchard in a cold climate, Philips, A. J. pp. 69-79

Annual address of President J. M. Smith, Smith, J. M. pp. 80-82

The pleasures of farm life, Gray, Warren pp. 83-85

The farmer's fruit garden--one-fourth acre, Thayer, M. A. pp. 85-91

Grapes in Wisconsin--grapes for the million, McGowan, J. S. pp. 91-96

Plants as affected by cold, Goff, E. S. pp. 97-108

The advantages of native over foreign varieties of cultivated plants, Ten Eyck, A. M. pp. 108-116

Adornment of school grounds, Livingstone, J. W. pp. 117-121

Miscellaneous business. Reports of committees, reports of officers and resolutions, pp. [122]-127

Reports from local societies, Reynolds, Werden, et al. pp. 128-137

Patrick Barry, Goff, E. S. pp. 138-139

Reports of ad interim committees, Converse, D. C., et al. pp. 140-147

Columbian exposition, p. 148

Resolution of respect, p. 148

Resolutions, Thayer, M. A.; Hoxie, B. S. pp. 148-149

Sketch of J. M. Smith, B. S. H. pp. 150-151

Papers pertaining to trial stations, pp. 152-153

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society--recommendations to the managers of trial stations, Goff, E. S. pp. 153-155

Report of the trial station located at Sparta, Wisconsin, for the year, 1890, Thayer, M. A. pp. 155-156

Report for 1890 of trial station of the Wisconsin Horticultural Society at Ithaca, Hatch, A. L. p. 157

Report of trial station Weyauwega, at Waupaca, Co., Harden, Fred A. p. 158

Small fruit discussion, pp. 159-164

[Address], Newman, Thomas G. pp. 164-166

Successful apple orcharding: or, how to make it so, Barnes, A. D. pp. 166-171

Protection; or outwitting old boreas, Hatch, A. L. pp. 171-175

[Report of delegate to Minnesota Horticultural Society], Kellogg, G. J. pp. 175-178

The parent's part in the education of the child from a teacher's standpoint, Gillies, Lizzie pp. 178-184

Looking backward in Wisconsin, Tilson, Ida pp. 184-190

Horticultural information. From reports furnished to the secretary of the State Horticultural Society, Hoxie, B. S., et al. pp. 190-197

Horticultural products, pp. 198-199

Tree fruits in the northwest. How can we increase their hardiness?, Goff, E. S. pp. 200-202

Which?, Wakefield, J. pp. 203-205

Report of the seedling fruit commission, Harris, J. S. pp. 205-209

Agriculture--floriculture, pp. 209-211

In memoriam. Charles Gibb, Abbotsford, Quebec, Plumb, J. C. pp. [212]-213

Arbor day celebration, pp. 214-227

List of nurserymen and fruit growers in Wisconsin, pp. 228-229

Index to vol. XXI, pp. [230]-232 ff.


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