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Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1902. Annual meeting at Madison, February 4, 5 and 6. Semi-annual meeting at Waupaca, June 5 and 6

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Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Herbst, J. L., Editor
Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1902. Annual meeting at Madison, February 4, 5 and 6. Semi-annual meeting at Waupaca, June 5 and 6
Volume XXXII
Madison, Wisconsin: Democrat Printing Company, State Printer, 1902

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Contents

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[Frontispiece] Farm residence of the late Daniel Huntley, Appleton, Wis.

[Title page] Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1902. Annual meeting at Madison, February 4, 5 and 6. Semi-annual meeting at Waupaca, June 5 and 6, 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

Constitution and by-laws, pp. [xiii]-xiv

Members of the society, pp. [xv]-xix

Business cards of members, p. [xx]

Officers for 1902, p. [xxi]

[Committees], pp. [xxi]-xxii

Fruit list, pp. [xiii]-xxxii

Trees and shrubs recommended, pp. [xxxiii]-xxxiv ff.

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

President's address, pp. [1]-4

Strawberries, Ihrig, J. J. pp. 5-9

Picking small fruits, Herbst, J. L. pp. 10-15

Implements of small fruit culture, Hatch, A. L. pp. 15-19

Fruit for the farm, Ames, W. L. pp. 20-24

How to care for the orchard, Nye, Edwin pp. 25-28

Cover crops for our nurseries and orcards [orchards], Kellogg, M. S. pp. 28-34

Implements for orchard cultivation, Kellogg, L. G. pp. 34-36

Transplanting the apple in the northwest: where, when and how, Latham, A. W. pp. 37-45

Summary, pp. 45-48

Variation of fruits under changed environments, Gibbs, Oliver pp. 48-56

Stubborn facts in the forty-second degree of latitude, Moyle, W. J. pp. 56-59

Flowers and their influence, Trelevan, Edith pp. 59-63

A vacation in Europe, Jacobson, Emma pp. 63-71

Development of Pierce County orchards, Cairns, Gertrude pp. 72-79

Pioneers in horticulture, Toole, William pp. 79-82

Improvements in orchard fruits, Patton, C. G. pp. 82-87

The pruner's problem, Goff, E. S. pp. 88-94

The spraying of plants, Webster, F. M. pp. 94-108

Wednesday afternoon session, pp. 109-113

Growing pears in Wisconsin, Moyle, W. J. pp. 113-117

Plums, Elliot, Wyman pp. 117-124

Co-operation in marketing, Bassett, C. G. pp. 124-129

Storage of fruits, Blair, J. C. pp. 129-139

Report of committee on award of wilder medals, Kellogg, George J. pp. 139-141

The Wisconsin fruit exhibit at the Pan-American, Toole, William pp. 141-147

Pan-American Exposition, Hatch, A. L. pp. 147-150

Report of Wisconsin fruit at the Pan-American, Parsons, A. A. pp. 150-159

Report of delegate to N. E. Iowa Horticultural Society convention, held at Rockford, Iowa, on December 16, 17, 1901, Barnes, A. D. pp. 159-161

Report of J. L. Herbst, delegate to Minnesota State Horticultural meeting, Herbst, J. L. pp. 162-165

Secretary's report, Herbst, J. L. pp. 165-167

Report of financial committee, Smith, Irving C.; Laiten, L. F. pp. 167-173

Report of judges on fruit exhibit, Hatch, A. L.; Kellogg, L. G.; Hall, W. N. pp. 174-176

Thursday afternoon session, pp. 176-178

What the experiment station is doing for horticulture, Bigger, E. S. pp. 178-180

Culture of bulbs, Skewes, Edwin B. pp. 180-184

Outdoor roses, Kellogg, George J. pp. 184-189

Home, planning and planting the grounds, Pease, F. E. pp. 189-194

Tree agent and nurseryman, Foley, M. F. pp. 194-198

Report of trial orchard committee, Kellogg, L. G. pp. 198-199

The use of native plants in home decoration, Ramsdell, C. H. pp. 199-216

Local society reports, Van Epps, A. J., et al. pp. 216-219

Resolutions passed at winter meeting, February, 1902, pp. 219-221

Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Annual summer meeting. Waupaca, June 25-26, 1902, p. [222]

Address of welcome, Barnes, A. D. pp. [222]-225

Response, Loope, T. E. pp. 225-226

Cherries, Barnes, A. D. pp. 226-231

A plea for more experimental work in horticulture, Stark, Frank pp. 232-235

Success and failures of commercial orchards for west and northwest Wisconsin, Menn, J. J. pp. 235-247

Blossoms in winter, Pingry, S. O. pp. 247-250

Horticultural ramblings of a novice, Loope, Eva pp. 250-254

A country home, Main, G. pp. 254-256

Home-made hanging baskets, Toole, Wm. pp. 256-258

Thinning, picking, and marketing native plums, Cranefield, Federick [Frederick] pp. 258-263

The blackberry, Lawton, W. A. pp. 264-271

Marketing celery, Smith, Irving C. pp. 271-274

Successes and failures of amateur orchardists, Hager, W. S. pp. 274-276

Care of new strawberry fields, Harris, H. H. pp. 276-278

Selling and shipping fruit, Hatch, A. L. pp. 278-280

Reports of local societies, Sperback, M. V., et al. pp. 280-282

Award of premiums, pp. 282-283

Letter from A. J. Philips, Philips, A. J. pp. 283-285

In memoriam. Prof. E. S. Goff, Madison, Cranefield, Frederic pp. 286-288

Resolutions adopted at summer meeting of the society, Marshall, S. H.; Toole, Wm.; Laiten, L. T. p. 288

Rushford Horticultural Society, Becker, W. H.; Bradt, H. H. G. p. 289

Omro Horticultural Society, Lewis, E. J.; Bussey, W. P.; Darrow, R. T. pp. 289-290 ff.


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