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Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year ending July 1, 1922

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Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Cranefield, Frederic, Editor
Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year ending July 1, 1922
Vol. LII
Madison, Wisconsin: The Homestead Co., 1922

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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, 1922, pp. [1]-[2]

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

Table of contents, pp. [4]-[5]

Officers and committees for 1922, p. [6]

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

Trees and shrubs recommended, pp. 10-18

Constitution and by-laws of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society: as amended January 13, 1921. With brief historical outline, pp. 19-24

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

Wisconsin horticulture, Cranefield, Frederic p. 27

Transactions of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society: annual convention, Madison, Wisconsin, December 14, 15 and 16, 1921, p. 28

Address of welcome, Blaine, J. J. pp. 28-29

Dahlias, Fitchett, J. T. pp. 30-35

Our native ferns under cultivation, Toole, Wm., Sr. pp. 35-41

The new pest reporting service, Fracker, S. B. pp. 41-46

The Weston fire blight control project, Chambers, E. L. pp. 47-52

Report of the trial orchard committee, Moyle, W. J. pp. 52-54

Report of secretary, Cranefield, Mr. pp. 54-60

Better relations between county agricultural agents and the society, Spreiter, W. E. pp. 60-66

The gladiolus, Kunderd, A. E. pp. 66-72

Development of apple culture in [the] United States, Beach, S. A. pp. 73-80

A college education for the farm orchard, Gifford, F. R. pp. 80-89

Facts and fallacies about tree surgery, Brown, S. L. pp. 89-92

Diseases of ornamental and forest trees, Humphrey, C. J. pp. 92-99

Hardiness in small fruits, Bartlett, J. F. pp. 100-106

The importance of grading horticultural products, Lloyd, J. W. pp. 106-111

Better fruit in better baskets, Downing, F. P. pp. 111-116

Overhead irrigation, Williams, J. R. pp. 116-118

Breeding apples for the upper Mississippi valley, Beach, S. A. pp. 118-127

Fruit growing in the middle west--its decline, its future, Greene, Laurenz pp. 127-133

Some ways in which the Department of Markets aims to help fruit growers, Jones, B. B. pp. 133-138

Has the fruit grower any rights that the nurseryman is bound to respect? And vice versa, Stark, Lloyd C. pp. 138-143

My feathered friends, Roloff, E. L., Mrs. pp. 144-147

The decorative possibilities of the dahlia, Fitchett, J. T., Mrs. pp. 147-150

The trials of a fruit grower's wife, Bassett, A. K., Mrs. pp. 150-154

What horticulture means to the home, Ihrig, Anna A. pp. 154-157

Summer meeting Wisconsin State Horticultural Society Oshkosh, August 17-18, 1921, p. 157

Address of welcome, Buckstaff, G. A. pp. 158-159

Preparation and arrangement of flowers for exhibition, Livingstone, James pp. 159-163

Cooperating in fruit and vegetable marketing, Durst, C. E. pp. 163-174

Some stand-by annual flowers, Strong, C. E., Mrs. pp. 175-177

Adventures with hardy perennials, Toole, W. A. pp. 178-181

Strawberries, Rasmussen, N. A. pp. 181-182 ff.

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