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Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year ending July 1, 1919

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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, 1919
Vol. XLIX
Madison, Wisconsin: Democrat Printing Company, State Printer, 1919

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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, 1919, pp. [1]-[2]

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

Table of contents, pp. [4]-5

Officers and committees for 1919, p. [6]

Fruits recommended for culture in Wisconsin, pp. [7]-9

Trees and shrubs recommended, pp. 10-14

Black list, pp. 15-17

Remedies for the control of insects and diseases, pp. 18-23

[Spray calendar], p. 24

An outline of the work of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, Cranefield, Frederic pp. 25-26

Wisconsin horticulture, Cranefield, Frederic pp. 27-[28]

Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, p. [29]

Address of welcome, Hull, Merlin pp. [29]-33

Do we need more young men in commercial gardening? How shall they begin?, Smith, Irving pp. 34-39

Truck farming on ten acres, Roe, J. W. pp. 40-44

Tomatoes for market; varieties and culture, Hauser, J. F. pp. 44-46

Pruning and spraying bush fruits, Kiethly, T. H. pp. 46-51

Strawberry round table, pp. 51-56

Market gardening, Gibbs, Frank pp. 56-58

Growing and marketing plants, Christensen, H. C. pp. 59-61

Organizing a city for garden work, Moore, James G. pp. 61-66

Common insect pests of the garden and how to control them, Gentner, L. G. pp. 67-70

Gardens in small cities, Abbott, W. R. pp. 71-72

Milwaukee war gardens, Adams, C. D. pp. 72-75

The women's auxiliary, Rasmussen, N. A. pp. 75-79

Women in agriculture, Toole, W. A. pp. 79-84

Roses, and their culture outdoors, Sparks, Fred W. pp. 85-89

Domesticating our native wild flowers, Toole, William, Sr. pp. 89-94

Bees and horticulture, France, N. E. pp. 95-97

Drug plants, Kremers, E. pp. 97-101

Everbearing strawberries, Williams, J. R. p. 102

Fruit growing in Iowa, Beach, S. A. pp. 103-114

The plant disease situation in the state, Vaughan, R. E. pp. 115-118

Pruning practices, Roberts, R. H. pp. 119-121

The grain rust campaign and the horticulturist, Fracker, S. B. pp. 121-123

President's address 1919, Rasmussen, N. A. pp. 123-124

Annual report of secretary, Cranefield, F. pp. 125-129

Trial orchard committee, Toole, Wm., Sr. pp. 129-132

The Iowa meeting, Moyle, W. J. pp. 133-134

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society summer meeting, Baraboo, p. 135

How to can apples, tomatoes and corn, McBain, Mabel J. pp. 135-144

Cider making, Tuttle, C. R. pp. 144-145

How to make apple butter, Tuttle, C. R. p. 145

Drying fruits, Prost, J. H. pp. 146-150

Milwaukee gardens and gardening, Adams, C. L. p. 151

Milwaukee's war gardens, Barr, Joseph pp. 152-154

Madison gardens, Ried, D. H. pp. 155-156

Concerning the department of plant pathology, Vaughn, R. E. pp. 157-158

Liberty gardening in Minnesota, Mackintosh, R. S. pp. 158-165

An insect friend and foe, Fraker, S. B. pp. 165-167

George J. Kellogg, pp. 168-169

The promised land, pp. 169-172

Prize winners annual convention, pp. 172-174

horticulture at the 1918 state fair, Cranefield, F. pp. 174-175

Summer meeting at Baraboo, Toole, Wm., Sr. pp. 175-177

Appendix A. Outline of war garden work in Wisconsin in 1918, pp. 178-179

Appendix B. Organization of forces for war garden work in cities of 4000 population and over in 1918, pp. 179-[183]

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