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Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the years 1894-95. Semi-annual meeting at Madison, June 21 and 22, 1894. Annual meeting at Madison, February 5, 6, 7 and 8, 1895

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Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Philips, A. J., Editor
Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the years 1894-95. Semi-annual meeting at Madison, June 21 and 22, 1894. Annual meeting at Madison, February 5, 6, 7 and 8, 1895
Vol. XXV
Madison, Wisconsin: Democrat Printing Company, State Printer, 1895 [covers 1894/1895]

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[Frontispiece] George P. Peffer

[Title page] Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the years 1894-95. Semi-annual meeting at Madison, June 21 and 22, 1894. Annual meeting at Madison, February 5, 6, 7 and 8, 1895, pp. [i] ff.

Letter of transmittal, Philips, A. J. pp. [iii] ff.

Table of contents, pp. [v]-vii ff.

Officers of society, p. [1]

Commitees of society, pp. [1]-3

Members of the society, pp. [4]-8

Officers of the Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers' Association for 1895, p. 9

Officers of the Wisconsin Bee Keepers' Association for 1895, p. 9

Officers of the Wisconsin Forestry Association for the year 1895, p. 9

List of nurserymen and fruit growers in Wisconsin, pp. [10]-11

Fruit list, pp. 12-17

Trees and shrubs recommended, pp. [18]-19

Constitution and by-laws, pp. [20]-22

Act of re-organization and laws relating to the State Horticultural Society, pp. [23]-26

Report of the transactions at the summer meeting of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society at Madison, June 21, 22, 1894, p. [27]

Planting an apple tree, Hoxie, B. S. pp. 28-31

How to cultivate the tree, Barnes, A. D. pp. 32-35

Pruning the tree, Hatch, A. L. pp. 35-37

Protecting the tree, Philips, A. J. pp. 38-40

Spraying the apple tree, Goff, E. S. pp. 40-42

Rasperries [Raspberries], varieties and handling, Converse, D. C. pp. 42-47

Strawberries in 1894, Kellogg, Geo. J. pp. 47-51

Blackberries, varieties and cultivation, Crooker, A. S. pp. 51-54

Annuals for bedding purposes, Byrne, Isabel T. pp. 54-57

Mission of flowers, Strong, Lucie A. pp. 58-64

What a woman can do managing a fruit farm, Robbins, Lelia pp. 64-70

Orcharding as compared with other farming, Hirschinger, Chas. pp. 70-71

Report of committee on awards, pp. 72-74

Small fruit outlook for 1894, Tobey, C. E. pp. 74-78

The cumulative effects of spraying, Goff, E. S. pp. 78-80

Flowering and fertilization of the native plum, Goff, E. S. pp. 80-86

Adornment of home grounds, Cranefield, Fred pp. 87-91

Theory and practice in horticulture, Taylor, O. M. pp. 92-95

Meeting of committee on trial stations, pp. 95-100

Report of committee on resolutions, Campbell, Vie H.; Converse, D. C.; Hatch, A. L. p. 101

Report of the transactions of 25th annual meeting of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society held in Madison, February 5, 6, 7, 8, 1895, p. [102]

Report of committee on observation. Observations for Eau Claire and vicinity for 1894, Case, J. F. pp. 103-105

Observations at Weyauwega, Hardin, Fred pp. 105-106

Observations at Fort Atkinson, Converse, D. C. pp. 106-108

Observations in Monroe County, Menn, J. J. pp. 108-110

Report of F. J. Wells, Milton, Rock County, Wells, F. J. pp. 111-113

Observations in Outagamie County, Huntley, D., Mrs. pp. 113-115

Report on observations of 1894, Gray, Warren pp. 115-116

Observations by Wm. Toole, of Baraboo, Toole, William pp. 116-117

Observations on fruits, Rhodes, John pp. 117-119

Report of W. H. H. Case, New Lisbon, Cash, W. H. H. pp. 119-123

What do the apple trees of Wisconsin need most?, Chappel, F. H. pp. 123-126

Needs of Wisconsin orchards, Kellogg, Geo. J. pp. 126-128

What do the apple trees of Wisconsin most need?, Barnes, A. D. p. 128

What the apple trees of Wisconsin need most, Hatch, A. L. pp. 128-134

Local nurseries for neighborhood planting, Plumb, J. C. pp. 134-140

What I have learned about spraying, Hatch, A. L. pp. 140-145

What I know about, and my opinion of, spraying, Edwards, A. J. pp. 145-150

The relation of horticulturists to society, Johnson, Franklin pp. 150-155

A winter in Texas, Robbins, Lelia pp. 155-158

Evolution of horticulture, Benedict, L. M. pp. 158-165

[Report of delegates to Minnesota], Philips, A. J. pp. 166-170

Annual address, Kellogg, L. G. pp. 170-174

Report of secretary, Philips, A. J. pp. 174-179

Treasurer's report, Coe, R. J. pp. 180-183

Report of finance committee, Johnson, Franklin; Edwards, F. C.; Toole, Wm. pp. 183-184

Strawberries for 1895, Hanchett, Will pp. 185-187

Strawberries for 1895, Schofield, E. J. pp. 187-189

Potato growing for profit in Wisconsin, Olds, L. L. pp. 189-201

Cabbage culture, Rice, H. B. pp. 201-206

Report of plant distribution of 1894, Herbst, J. L. pp. 206-210

Discussion on strawberries, pp. 210-214

Small fruits for Wisconsin as produced in 1894, aside from strawberries, Coe, R. J. pp. 214-217

Pruning and grafting in season, Fisher, E. W., Mrs. pp. 217-222

Flowers, Haviland, Dora pp. 223-225

How to keep the boys on the farm, Heindel, L. W., Mrs. pp. 225-235

Reports of delegates to and from other states, Hoxie, B. S., et al. pp. 235-248

[Badger blackberry], p. 248

A beginner's experience in growing small fruit, Harden, Fred. A. pp. 248-251

horticulture is progressing, Bingham, D. E. pp. 251-256

A greenhouse for farmers and fruit growers, Cranefield, Frederick pp. 256-261

Cross fertilization of plants, Collman, A. F. pp. 261-265

A few ideas and observations of my own concerning apples and apple culture, Thrall, W. E. pp. 265-268

My experience irrigating with an artesian well, Wolcott, E. E. pp. 268-270

Irrigation of small fruits, Case, J. F. pp. 270-275

Tree protectors, Goff, E. S. pp. 275-277

Report of committee on awards, Plumb, J. C.; Barnes, A. D. p. 278

Local societies and their benefits, Tripp, Lizzie pp. 279-282

Higher education of women, Campbell, Vie H. pp. 283-293

horticulture in the south, Bizzelle, S. F. pp. 293-296

Report of trial stations, pp. 296-300

Reports of local societies, pp. 301-309

Strawberries for 1895, Kellogg, Geo. J. pp. 310-312

Fruit observations in northern Wisconsin, Kellogg, Geo. J. pp. 312-313

The Loudon raspberry, Harris, John S., et al. p. 313

Report of committee on field trials, France, N. E.; Stickney, J. S.; Hatch, A. L. p. 314

Report of committee on trial stations, pp. 315-316

Report of committee on plant distribution, Coe, R. J. pp. 317-319

Report of committee on resolutions, Campbell, Vie H.; Hatch, A. L.; Converse, D. C. pp. 319-320 ff.

[In memoriam. Ephraim Wilcox, S. I. Freeborn, George P. Peffer, O. C. Cook], Philips, A. J., et al. pp. [unnumbered]-328

Index to volume 25, pp. [329]-[333] ff.

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