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Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1891. Embracing full proceedings of the semi-annual meeting held at Kilbourn City June 23-24, 1891, and the annual meeting held at Madison, Wis., February 2-5, 1892

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Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Hoxie, B. S., Editor
Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1891. Embracing full proceedings of the semi-annual meeting held at Kilbourn City June 23-24, 1891, and the annual meeting held at Madison, Wis., February 2-5, 1892
Vol. XXII
Madison, Wisconsin: Democrat Printing Company, State Printers, 1892 [covers 1891/1892]

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[Title page] Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1891. Embracing full proceedings of the semi-annual meeting held at Kilbourn City June 23-24, 1891, and the annual meeting held at Madison, Wis., February 2-5, 1892, p. [i]

Table of contents, pp. [ii]-iii

Letter of transmittal, Hoxie, B. S. p. [iv]

Officers for 1892, pp. [v]-vii

Members of the society, pp. [viii]-xi

Officers of the Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers' Association for 1892, p. xii

Officers of the Wisconsin Bee Keepers' Association for 1892, p. xii

List of nurserymen and fruit growers in Wisconsin, pp. xiii-xiv

Fruit list, pp. [xv]-xvii

Trees and shrubs recommended, pp. [xviii]-xix

Constitution and by-laws, pp. [xx]-xxi

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

Report of the transactions at the summer meetings of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, at G. A. R. Hall, Kilbourn City, June 23, 24, 1891, pp. [1]-2

[Address of welcome], Jones, J. E. pp. 2-3

Response, McGillivray, J. J. p. 3

Fruit regions of Wisconsin, Hatch, A. L. pp. 3-5

Every school a horticultural society, Smith, Chester W. pp. 6-11

A horticultural trip with a report of trial stations, Goff, E. S. pp. 11-20

Home adornment, Brinkman, Florence pp. 21-25

The garden of the villager and fruit grower, Converse, D. C. pp. 25-27

Influence upon morals from the study of nature, Conway, Mary pp. 27-29

The drouth, Winslow, A. W. pp. 29-30

Ferns of the dells, Chanter, Chas. N. pp. 30-36

New varieties of strawberries, Kellogg, Geo. J. pp. 36-40

The benefits of planting small fruits in the fall, Barnes, A. D. pp. 40-46

Reports from local societies, Coleman, J. E., et al. pp. 47-49

Transactions of the 22d [22nd] annual meeting of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, held in Madison, February 2-5, 1892, pp. [50]-52

Shall we continue to plant seeds to obtain new varieties of apples, Springr, Wm. A. pp. 53-56

Apples and apple orchards in Sauk County, Hirschinger, Chas. pp. 57-66

Best method of propagating apple trees for the northwest, Tuttle, A. Clark pp. 67-70

Address of President Thayer, Thayer, President pp. 70-74

Report of Secretary B. S. Hoxie, Hoxie, B. S. pp. 75-78

Treasurer's report, Campbell, Vie H. pp. 79-81

Seedling apples, Johnston, M. B. pp. 82-83

Hardiness versus quality, Wakefield, J. pp. 83-86

The growth and progress of the vineyard in the United States, Fox, Wm. pp. 87-91

Mr. Phillips' tree protector, Goff, E. S. pp. 91-93

Spraying, Nixon, A. H. pp. 94-97

Insecticides used in spraying, Weed, Clarence M. pp. 97-104

Onion culture by the good old way, Ten Eyck, A. M. pp. 104-109

Practical onion culture by the new and better way, Potter, Carl H. pp. 109-117

What business to follow in connection with fruit growing, Hatch, C. A. pp. 117-129

Small fruit in Waupaca County, Rich, F. pp. 130-132

The new fruit culture, Hatch, A. L. pp. 133-137

Winter protection of small fruits in Wisconsin, Gray, Warren pp. 137-140

Synopsis of the Wisconsin ferns, Chanter, Chas. A. pp. 140-143

The township library, Hutchins, F. A. pp. 143-146

Report of Geo. J. Kellogg, Kellogg, Geo. J. pp. 146-148

Report of A. J. Phillips, Phillips, A. J. pp. 148-150

Character building in home and school, Livingstone, J. pp. 150-155

The kitchen garden, Smith, J. Montgomery pp. 155-159

In the garden, Charlton, Helen H. pp. 160-165

Village improvement, societies and arbor day, Goff, E. S. pp. 165-172

Horticultural education, Felch, A. H. pp. 173-176

Hardy ornamental trees, shrubs and vines, Fish, J. L. pp. 176-181

Reports from local societies, Elwell, R., et al. pp. 182-194

Reports of ad interim committees, Church, C., et al. pp. 195-201

Secretary's portfolio. Articles selected and contributed. Report of trial station work, Goff, E. S. pp. [202]-207

Mr. Peffer's seedling apples, Goff, E. S. pp. 208-209

Fruit districts geologically and climatically considered, Goff, E. S. pp. 210-215

Chrysanthemum culture, Elliot, W. Arthur pp. 215-217

The culture of flowers among the children, Myers, Mamie pp. 217-220

Ampelopsis veitchii, Tainter, C. E. pp. 220-225

A horticulturist's idea of a farmer's home, Church, C. pp. 225-226

Raising blackberries, Wittard, S. O. pp. 226-230

Are house plants injurious to human life, McFarland, W. pp. 230-231

Report of observations for 1891, Kellogg, Geo. J. pp. 232-234

The flower garden, Pettigrew, J. A. pp. 234-237

Varieties of cranberries, Bennett, A. C. pp. 237-243

Cranberry canning, Bennett, A. C. pp. 243-247

Spraying, pp. 247-252

Some facts relating to spraying and the poisons used, pp. 252-254

Blackberries, Goff, E. S. pp. 255-257

Strawberries and raspberries as grown at Cottage Grove Fruit Farm, Scofield, E. J. pp. 258-264

The present status of native plum culture, Goff, E. S. pp. 265-[268]

Index to volume XXII, pp. [269]-[276] ff.

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