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Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year ending July 1, 1918

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Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Cranefield, F., Editor
Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year ending July 1, 1918
Vol. XLVIII
Madison, Wisconsin: Democrat Printing Company, State Printer, 1918

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Contents

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[Title page] Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year ending July 1, 1918, pp. [1]-[2]

Letter of transmittal, Cranefield, Frederic p. [3]

Table of contents, pp. [4]-5

Officers and committees for 1918, p. [6]

List of fruits recommended for culture in Wisconsin, pp. [7]-9

Trees and shrubs recommended, pp. 10-14

Black list, p. 15

Remedies for the control of insects and diseases, pp. 16-21

[Spray calendar], p. 22

An outline of the work of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, Cranefield, Frederic pp. 23-24

Wisconsin horticulture, Cranefield, Frederic pp. 25-[26]

Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society annual convention Madison, December 11, 12, 13, 1917, p. [27]

[Address by H. L. Russell, dean, College of Agriculture], Russell, H. L. pp. [27]-33

Amateur gardening in America, Livingstone, James pp. 34-43

What next?, Toole, William, Sr. pp. 44-49

Ten perennial flowering plants, Hauser, Mr. pp. 50-55

[Woman's work in horticulture], Morgan, H. H., Mrs. pp. 55-57

How women can help in the garden movement, Strong, Mrs. pp. 57-58

War garden work in Oshkosh: what one city accomplished in war garden work, Ihrig, Anna A. pp. 59-62

Woman's work in social service, Tilson, Louise pp. 62-72

Address, Marlatt, A. L. pp. 73-86

President's address, Rasmussen, N. A. pp. 86-87

Report of secretary, Cranefield, F. pp. 87-92

Trial orchard inspection trips, 1917, Toole, Wm., Sr. pp. 92-95

Report of delegate to Minnesota society, Toole, Wm. pp. 96-97

Selling apples direct to the consumer, Bassett, A. K. pp. 97-102

Best crops, successive crops and vegetables for winter use, Martini, A. pp. 102-108

Seed sowing, cultivation and watering of gardens, Roe, J. W. pp. 108-111

What I accomplished in a city garden, Hotchkiss, Harry pp. 111-112

What boys' and girls' clubs can do to win the war, Erickson, T. A. pp. 112-116

Small fruit on the farm, Hartwell, Justin L. pp. 116-120

Fifteen red raspberries and the best three, Moyle, W. J. pp. 120-127

Old standard varieties of tree fruits vs. new varieties, McElvain, O. M. pp. 127-131

Overhead irrigation for strawberries, Williams, J. R. pp. 132-135

The sprinkling system for the vegetable garden, Rasch, G. C. pp. 135-137

Everbearing strawberries, Kellogg, M. S. pp. 137-141

Some recent significant facts in horticulture, Moore, J. G. pp. 142-146

Cherry growing in Door County, Goff, Moulton B. pp. 146-156

Winter injury to cherry blossom buds, Roberts, R. H. pp. 156-158

Cranberry lore, Arpin, George N. pp. 159-161

The Wisconsin apple grading law, Ball, E. D. pp. 162-164

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society summer meeting, p. [165]

Address of welcome, Mulva, John pp. [165]-166

The war gardens of Milwaukee and vicinity, Holsinger, C. V. pp. 166-170

What we accomplished at Lake Geneva, Martini, Mr. pp. 170-171

Garden irrigation, Herziger, L. pp. 172-179

Progress in control of plant diseases, Vaughan, R. E. pp. 179-186

Winter storage of vegetables, Smith, Irving pp. 186-192

Progress in insect control, Wilson, H. F. pp. 192-200

The apple grading law, Potter, Geo. F. pp. 200-203

War gardens in Milwaukee, Kroening, Mrs. pp. 203-212

Appendix, pp. [213]-[214]

The annual convention, McIntyre, E. R. pp. [215]-220

The prize winners, pp. 220-222

Black raspberry culture, Hays, Frank pp. 222-226

The tree that fought for France, Frentz, Edward W. pp. 226-[231]

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