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Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1911


Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Cranefield, F., Editor
Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1911
Vol. XLI, Part I
Madison, Wisconsin: Democrat Printing Company, State Printer, 1911

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[Blank pages], pp. [34]-[35]

D. E. Bingham, p. [36]

[Title page] Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1911, part I , pp. [i]-[ii]

Letter of transmittal, Cranefield, Frederic pp. [iii]-[iv]

Table of contents, pp. [v]-vi

Officers and committees, 1911, pp. [vii]-viii

List of fruit recommended for culture in Wisconsin, pp. [ix]-xi

Trees and shrubs recommended, pp. [xii]-xvi

Black list, pp. [xvii]-xviii

Poisons used to destroy insects in orchards and gardens, pp. [xix]-xxi

Spray calendar, p. xxii

An outline of the work of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, pp. [xxiii]-xxiv

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

Address of welcome, Edgerton, D. C. pp. [1]-2

Response, Toole, William pp. 3-4

The conservation of the city dweller and the garden, Whitnall, C. B. pp. 4-11

The city man on a small fruit farm, Reigle, G. W. pp. 11-16

The Canada thistle, p. 16

What the city man or woman can accomplish raising vegetables, Davis, Ward pp. 17-22

Opportunities for city-bred people in Door County, Hatch, A. L. pp. 22-31

[Remarks by Profs. Jones and Sanders], pp. 32-38

The opportunities of a city-bred man in the country, Gonzenbach, Ernest pp. 39-53

What does the horticultural department of the agricultural college offer to the city-bred farmer?, Moore, J. G. pp. 53-61

Flowers from frost to frost, Kuehne, Frank R. pp. 61-68

Best varieties of vegetables for the amateur, Krupa, J. J. pp. 69-76

Making country homes attractive, Niles, E. H. pp. 77-80 ff.

Address of welcome, Schubert, J. C. pp. [81]-84

Address by Dean Russell, Russell, Dean pp. 85-93

The lure of the land, Walker, E. W. pp. 94-100

Small fruits. Lessons learned in a dry season, Richardson, E. A. pp. 101-104 ff.

Fruit raising in Jackson County, Sullivan, E. W. pp. 105-108

Raspberries and blackberries, Soverhill, A. R. pp. 109-112

Frost, drought and strawberries, Blackman, H. B. pp. 112-116

A visit to a farmer's up-to-date garden, Street, H. G. pp. 117-119

The Wisconsin fruit growers' environment, Girling, George pp. 119-126

Self-boiled lime-sulfur spray, Keitt, G. W. pp. 127-136

Wisconsin's horticultural conditions, Toole, William pp. 136-139

Report of secretary, pp. 139-145

Reports on trial orchards, pp. 145-147

Report of chairman trial orchard committee, Palmer, J. H. pp. 147-149

Varieties of apples for commercial orchards, Palmer, J. S.; Bingham, D. E.; Coe, R. J. pp. 149-153

Questions [and answers], pp. 153-156

Uniform fruit packages, Rasmussen, N. A. pp. 156-159

Orcharding in Minnesota, Kohler, A. R. pp. 159-166

Michigan grapes, Smythe, R. A. pp. 166-171

The apple seed, Black, G. D. pp. 172-176

Grapes in New York, Knight, C. S. pp. 176-181

[Questions and answers], p. 182

The cabbage-raising industry in southeastern Wisconsin, Moyle, W. J. pp. 183-186

Hot beds, cold frames, and their uses in connection with market gardening, Roe, J. W. pp. 186-190

Report of committee to investigate exhibit at land show, pp. 190-192

Sweet corn and its cultivation, Nelson, Wm. pp. 192-195

Onions, Christensen, H. C. pp. 196-202

Rabbits, Richardson, C. L. pp. 202-206

A garden fifty by ninety feet, Richardson, Wade H., Mrs. pp. 207-211

Planting an orchard, pp. 211-217

The improvement of rural school grounds, Larsen, W. E. pp. 218-224

Soil moisture and plant feeding, King, F. H. pp. 224-235

Concentrated lime-sulphur solution as a summer fungicide, Clark, W. W. pp. 235-241

Apple tree canker, Jones, L. R. pp. 241-247

The possibilities of the one-eighth acre garden or of 75 feet square, Smith, Irving C. pp. 247-250 ff.

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