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Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1892. Semi-annual meeting at Baraboo June 29-30, annual meeting at Madison February 7, 8, 9, 1893

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Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Hoxie, B. S., Editor
Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1892. Semi-annual meeting at Baraboo June 29-30, annual meeting at Madison February 7, 8, 9, 1893
Vol. XXIII
Madison, Wisconsin: Democrat Printing Company, State Printer, 1893 [covers 1892/1893]

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[Title page] Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1892. Semi-annual meeting at Baraboo June 29-30, annual meeting at Madison February 7, 8, 9, 1893 , p. [i]

Table of contents, pp. [ii]-iii

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

Officers for 1893, pp. [v]-vii

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

Officers of the Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers' Association for 1893, p. x

Officers of the Wiscosnin Bee Keepers' Association for 1893, p. x

Officers of the Wisconsin Forestry Association for the year 1893, p. x

List of annual members, 1893, pp. [xi]-xiv

List of nurserymen and fruit growers in Wisconsin, pp. xv-xvi

Fruit list, pp. [xvii]-xix

Trees and shrubs recommended, pp. [xx]-xxi

Constitution and by-laws, pp. [xxii]-xxiii

Act of re-organization. And laws relatinng [relating] to the State Horticultural Society, pp. [xiv]-xxvi

Report of the transactions at the summer meeting of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, at the court house, Baraboo, June 29, 30, 1892, p. [1]

Address of welcome, Wiswall, E. C. pp. 2-3

Response, Hatch, A. L. p. 3

The fruits we have on our tables--strawberries, Herbst, John L. pp. 4-6

[Discussion], pp. 6-11

Wisconsin apples and how to market them, Hatch, A. L. pp. 11-13

Our experiments at the government station, Ithaca, Wis., Goff, E. S. pp. 14-15

Out door education by doing, Smith, Chester W. pp. 16-22

The relation of insects to plants, Myers, Mamie pp. 22-25

Violets, Kelley, Hugh, Mrs. pp. 25-29

The evaporation of fruits, Goff, E. S. pp. 30-33

[Discussion-the Columbian Exposition], pp. 33-37

Report, Hatch, A. L.; Harris, J. S.; Kelley, Hugh, Mrs. pp. 37-38

Report of committee on plants and flowers, pp. 38-39

Report of committee on vegetables, Hazeltine, W. B.; Morley, N. W. pp. 39-40

The duty of our state legislature towards the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, Thayer, M. A. pp. 40-42

Horticultural improvement societies, Scholfield, J. pp. 42-46

All round the year, Tilson, Ida E. pp. 46-50

The verdure of other lands, Durward, J. T. pp. 50-54

Transactions of the 23d [23rd] annual meeting of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, held in Madison, February 7, 9, 1893, p. [55]

[Appointment of committees], pp. [55]-56

A start in horticulture, Tobey, C. E. pp. 57-61

The strawberry from time of setting plants to harvesting, Scofield, E. J. pp. 61-68

Notes from our nursery, Coe, R. J. pp. 68-71 ff.

Soil and exposure as important factors in small fruit culture, Edwards, F. C. pp. 72-77

Report of secretary, pp. 78-79

Report of committee on fruit exhibit at World's Fair, pp. 79-89

The future of apple growing in Wisconsin, Plumb, J. C. pp. 90-94

How to grow apples, Menn, J. J. pp. 95-103

Some hardy shrubs, Currie, James pp. 103-110

Annual address, Thayer, M. A. pp. 110-113

Report of the secretary, Hoxie, B. S. pp. 113-115

Treasurer's report, Campbell, Vie H. pp. 115-117

Report of trial stations, Harden, Fred A.; Thayer, M. A.; Hatch, A. L. pp. 118-126

Raising apples on sandy soil, Bendixen, W. J. p. 127

Farmers vs. tree-sellers, Bernap, W. A. pp. 127-131

The so-called "sap" of trees and its movements, Barnes, C. R. pp. 132-139

Plant distribution--by the Wisconsin Horticultural Society, Potter, Carl H. pp. 140-143

How school district no. 4 won the governor's prize, Huntley, Daniel pp. 143-145

Hardiness vs quality, Goff, E. S. pp. 145-149

Report of committee on resolutions, pp. 150-151

Fruit growing in the Chippewa valley, Case, J. F. pp. 151-156

The cranberry, Braddock, W. S. pp. 156-162

Arbor day in the schools of Wisconsin, Hutchins, F. A. pp. 162-166

Ornamental tree planting for Wisconsin, Boynton, W. D. pp. 167-172

Nomenclature and catalogue, Harris, J. S. pp. 172-175

What is forestry?, Hoxie, B. S. pp. 176-183

The forests of Wisconsin, Putnam, H. C. pp. 183-189

Difficulties in the way of rational forest management by lumbermen, Fernan, B. E. pp. 189-193

From Jerusalem to Jericho, Campbell, Vie. H. pp. 193-200

A garden of roses, Wright, J. E. pp. 200-205

Reports of county and local societies, Heimstreet, E. B., et al. pp. 206-219

Reports of committees on observation, Huntley, D., et al. pp. 220-224

Financial statement, p. 225

In memoriam, p. 226

Organization of the Wisconsin Forestry Association, pp. [227]-230

Constitution of the State Forestry Association, pp. 230-232

[Address], Fernow, B. F. pp. 233-234

Combating the fungous diseases of plants: progress of the work in the United States, Galloway, B. T. pp. 234-243

Roots and soil water, Goff, E. S. pp. 243-250

The distribution of trees in Wisconsin, Cheney, L. S. pp. 251-254

The American white elm, Boynton, W. D. pp. 254-255

The worth of Wisconsin forests, Hoxie, B. S. pp. 255-256

Favorite Wisconsin trees--the oak, Salisbury, Albert pp. 256-258

Index to volume twenty-three, pp. [259]-[264] ff.

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