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Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1900. Annual meeting at Madison, February 5, 6, 7 and 8. Semi-annual meeting at Wausau, June 20 and 21

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Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Herbst, J. L., Editor
Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1900. Annual meeting at Madison, February 5, 6, 7 and 8. Semi-annual meeting at Wausau, June 20 and 21
Vol. XXX
Madison, Wisconsin: Democrat Printing Company, State Printer, 1900

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Contents

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[Frontispiece] Franklin Johnson, T. E. Loope, J. L. Herbst, R. J. Coe

[Title page] Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1900. Annual meeting at Madison, February 5, 6, 7 and 8. Semi-annual meeting at Wausau, June 20 and 21, pp. [i]-[ii]

Letter of transmittal, Herbst, J. L. pp. [iii]-[iv]

Table of contents, pp. [v]-viii

Act of re-organization and laws relating to the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, pp. [ix]-xii

By-laws, p. xiii

Members of the society, pp. [xiv]-xvii

Business cards of members, 1900, p. [xviii]

Officers for 1900, p. [xix]

[Committees], pp. [xix]-xx

Fruit list, pp. [xxi]-xxx

Trees and shrubs recommended, pp. [xxxi]-[xxxii]

Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society annual winter meeting, p. [1]

President's greeting, pp. [1]-2

Best plan to conduct a correct nursery business, Edwards, F. C. pp. 3-5

Shall the nurseryman buy stock to fill his orders from eastern and southern nurseries?, Kellogg, L. G. pp. 5-7

Suggestions to Wisconsin nurserymen, Barnes, A. D. pp. 7-8

Best plan to protect the planter from fraudulent agents, Hatch, A. L. pp. 9-10

Discussion, pp. 10-17

Report of J. J. Menn, on observation for 1899, Menn, J. J. pp. 17-18

Planting and care of strawberries, Kellogg, M. S. pp. 18-20

Small fruits at Sparta, Herbst, Jno. L. pp. 21-23

Culture of small fruits in connection with other farming, Stark, Frank pp. 23-25

Best list of small fruits for the Wisconsin family garden, Edwards, A. J. pp. 26-27

A beginner's experience in orcharding in Dane County, Marshall, S. H. pp. 27-30

Vegetables under glass, Cheney, C. W. pp. 31-32

[Discussion], pp. 32-44

How to sell apple trees after you have raised them, Hirschinger, Chas. pp. 44-47

Forestry in Europe, Owens, S. M. pp. 47-58

Forestry, horticulture and landscape gardening, Bruncken, Ernest pp. 58-65

Commercial plum growing in Wisconsin, Goff, E. S. pp. 66-68

Origin and history of the surprise plum, Penning, Martin p. 69

Value of native plums, Lord, O. M. pp. 70-79

What benefits have I observed from top-grafting apple or plum trees, Kellogg, G. J. pp. 80-82

[Paper by A. C. Tuttle, read by Mrs. Johnson], Tuttle, A. C. pp. 82-85

What we can do to make our trees and plants live, grow and bear fruit, Hatch, A. L. pp. 86-96

Growing vegetables for home market, Yahnke, Frank pp. 96-107

Mr. Loudon as a horticulturist, Goff, Prof. pp. 107-110

[Mr. Loudon as a citizen and business man], Kellogg, Geo. J. pp. 110-111

[Eulogy on J. C. Plumb], Whitford, President pp. 111-114

[Tribute to J. C. Plumb], Yahnke, Frank pp. 114-116

[Sketch of M. A. Thayer's life], Hoxie, B. F. pp. 116-118

[Tribute to M. A. Thayer and Mr. Gideon], Owens, S. M. pp. 118-120

M. A. Thayer, Philips, A. J. pp. 121-123

President's address, pp. 123-125

Report of secretary, pp. 126-132

[Election of officers], pp. 132-133

Report of delegate to the annual meeting of the Minnesota State Horticultural Society, held at Minneapolis Dec. 5, 6, 7 and 8, 1899, Smith, Irving C. pp. 133-137

Report of delegate to the meeting of the Northeastern Iowa Horticultural Society, Philips, A. J. pp. 138-139

[Report of committee on matter of publishing history Wisconsin horticulture], Hoxie, B. S.; Edwards, F. C.; Herbst, J. L. p. 140

[Report of Frank Yahnke, delegate from Minnesota], Yahnke, Frank pp. 140-142

[Report from Mr. Bentz, delegate from Iowa], Bentz, Mr. p. 142

[Report from Mr. N. O. Kluck, delegate from northern Illinois], Kluck, N. O. pp. 142-143

[Reports from delegates from local societies], Finkle, Carrie M., et al. pp. 143-148

Report of committee on resolutions, Campbell, Vie H.; Converse, D. C.; Kellogg, L. G. pp. 149-150

Beautifying country school grounds, Toole, Mr. pp. 150-155

The desirability of a green house for chrysanthemum culture, Hoxie, B. S. pp. 155-158

Report for 1900--Grand Chute, Finkle, G. L., Mrs. p. 158

[Report from Grand Rapids, Wood County Horticultural Society], Vaughan, B. M. p. 159

[Letter to A. J. Philips from B. M. Vaughan, of Wood County Horticultural Society, in relation to sending Hon. John A. Gaynor as a delegate to state society], Vaughan, B. M. p. 159

[Letter from Anna A. Ihrig, Oshkosh, to A. J. Philips], Ihrig, Anna A. pp. 159-160

[Report of Fred A. Harden, on Weyauwega trial orchard], Harden, Fred A. pp. 160-161

How to keep the boys on the farm, Abbott, Willard pp. 161-163

Treasurer's report, pp. 164-166

Secretary's report for year ending Feb. 8, 1900, p. 167

Trial orchard report for 1899, p. 167

[President thanks meeting for courtesy extended him], pp. 167-168 ff.

Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society annual summer meeting, p. [169]

[Introductory remarks by the president, and introducing Hon. Neal Brown], p. [169]

[Address of welcome], Brown, Neal pp. [169]-172

[Response to address of welcome by president], p. 173

[Discussion], pp. 173-175

Small fruits for the home garden, Hanchett, W. H. pp. 176-180

Flowers for the home garden, Smith, Irving pp. 180-183

Hardy perennials, Ihrig, J. J., Mrs. pp. 184-189

How to plant a fruit tree, Hatch, A. L. pp. 189-204

Is the Wausau orchard a safe guide for nothern Wisconsin planters, Kellogg, L. G. pp. 205-208

[Horticultural incidents, from early settlers], Hoxie, B. S. pp. 209-212

Home adornment, Barnes, A. D., Mrs. pp. 212-214

[Remarks by the president, and introducting Chas. Ramsdell of the manual training school at Menominee], p. 214

Planning and planting home grounds, Ramsdell, Chas. pp. 215-222

[Remarks by president], p. 223

What horticulture can do for northern Wisconsin, Loope, T. E. pp. 224-226

Mission of trial orchards, what they teach and who are benefited by them, Philips, A. J. pp. 226-229 ff.


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