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Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1905

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Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Cranefield, F., Editor
Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1905
Vol. XXXV
Madison, Wisconsin: Democrat Printing Co., State Printer, 1905

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[Title page] Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1905

Letter of transmittal, Cranefield, Frederic pp. [i]-[ii]

Table of contents, pp. [iii]-[vi]

Laws relating to the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, pp. [vii]-ix

Constitution and by-laws, pp. [x]-xii

Membership roll, pp. [xiii]-xix

Business cards of members, p. [xx]

Officers and committees for 1905, pp. [xxi]-xxii

List of fruits recommended for culture in Wisconsin, pp. [xxiii]-xxiv

Trees and shrubs recommended, pp. [xxv]-[xxvii] ff.

Proceedings of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society consisting of four parts. Part I. Summer meeting held at Lake Geneva, June 29, 30, 1905, p. [1]

Spring flowering bulbs, Ovenden, F. pp. 2-11

An amateur's flower garden, Christensen, H. C. pp. 11-18

Eldorado blackberries on Badger State Fruit Farm, Hanchett, W. H. pp. 18-27

Notes on injurious insects and fungus diseases, Sandsten, E. P. pp. 27-38

Notes from the strawberry patch, Kellogg, Geo. J. pp. 38-43

Chrysanthemums, Phillipson, C. pp. 43-46

How to grow chrysanthemums without the aid of a greenhouse, Howlett, D. D. pp. 46-55

List of awards at summer meeting, pp. 56-58

Wisconsin orchids, Dean, Aletta F. pp. 58-68

[Discussion of world's fair fruit exhibit], pp. 68-71

Part II. Winter meeting held at Madison, February 7-10, 1905. Program, pp. 72-73

Premium list, p. 74

Rules of entry, Cranefield, F. C. p. 75

Proceedings of the annual meeting of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society held at Madison, February 7-10, 1905, p. 76

[Reception of delegates], pp. 76-84

[Election of officers and executive committee], pp. 84-89

Report of committee on judging fruit, Sandsten, E. P. pp. 90-91

Report of committee on awards, Kellogg, L. G. pp. 92-93

Report of committee on revision of constitution, Marshall, S. H. p. 94

President's address, pp. 95-98

Report of Secretary Cranefield, Cranefield, Secretary pp. 98-108

Report of treasurer, Kellogg, L. G. pp. 109-115

Report of corresponding secretary, W. A. Toole, Toole, W. A. pp. 116-118

Report of superintendent of trial orchards, Cranefield, F. pp. 118-132

The Wisconsin fruit exhibit at St. Louis, Parsons, A. A., et al. pp. 132-149

The Ranunculaceae--the crowfoot or buttercup family of Wisconsin, Dean, Alletta F. pp. 149-157

Small fruit culture in Vilas County, Adams, W. H. pp. 157-171

Strawberry experiences in 1904, Richardson, C. L. pp. 171-179

Strawberry experiences, 1904, Hager, W. S. pp. 179-188

Strawberries of 1904, Kellogg, Geo. J. pp. 189-192

Elementary facts concerning fungus diseases, Brown, W. S. pp. 192-203

Spraying, Hale, C. F. pp. 203-214

Spraying, Schermerhorn, A. V. pp. 214-228

The McMahan apple--its history, Hatch, C. A. pp. 228-231

The status of the McMahan in Chippewa County, Richardson, C. L. pp. 231-232

The status of the McMahan apple in Winnebago County, Loope, T. E. pp. 232-234

The status of the McMahan apple in Monroe County, Menn, J. J. pp. 235-236

The status of the McMahan apple in Racine County, Moyle, W. J. pp. 236-237

Thhe [The] status of the McMahan apple in Waukesha County, Steele, W. H. pp. 237-241

The flowers in myth, legend, and history, Moyle, Mary Alice pp. 242-251

Market gardening, Utter, Delbert pp. 251-265

Exhibiting and judging fruits at county fairs, Toole, Wm. pp. 266-275

Marketing fruits, Gaynor, J. A. pp. 275-283

The control of marketing, Hotchkiss, H. B. pp. 283-298

Program by the students of the horticultural department of the University of Wisconsin, Milward, James G.; Malde, O. G.; Feldkamp, B. E. pp. 298-317

Plant breeding, Sandsten, E. P. pp. 317-331

Native medicinal plants, Denniston, R. H. pp. 332-339

Cold storage of fruits, Blair, J. C. pp. 340-361

Wild flowers of northern Wisconsin, Loope, Eva pp. 361-368

Memorial address, Smith, Irving pp. 369-375

Obituary. A. N. Seymour, Crawford, William pp. 375-377

Reports of local societies and delegates, Sperbeck, M. V., et al. pp. 378-405

Marketing apples when opportunity offers, Handly, Jas. pp. 406-413

Small fruits, Pearson, C. L. pp. 413-415

The aster, Everett, E. pp. 415-420

A new apple, gem city, Cranefield, F. pp. 420-422

History of gem city apple, Toole, Wm. pp. 423-[424]

Index, pp. [425]-[430] ff.


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