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Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year ending July 1, 1925

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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, 1925
Vol. LV
Madison, Wisconsin: Democrat Printing Company, 1925

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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, 1925, pp. [1]-[2]

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

Officers and committees for 1925, p. [4]

Table of contents, pp. [5]-6

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

Trees and shrubs recommended, pp. 10-20

Constitution and by-laws of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society: as amended January 13, 1921. With brief historical outline, pp. 21-26

An outline of the work of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, Cranefield, Frederic pp. 27-28

Wisconsin horticulture, Cranefield, Frederic p. 29

A new policy, pp. 30-32

Transactions Wisconsin State Horticultural Society convention January, 1925 Wisconsin State Horticultural Society meeting January 14-16, 1925, p. [33]

Address of welcome, Ekern, Herman pp. [33]-37

Grape growing in Wisconsin, Fieldhouse, Virgil pp. 38-44

The root stock problem in relation to profitable orcharding, Durst, C. E. pp. 45-57

Marketing small fruits, Kern, F. pp. 58-68

How the state department of markets can help, Jones, W. P. pp. 69-73

The Michigan way, Prater, G. E. pp. 73-80

Marketing vegetables, Gerten, Frank pp. 81-89

A glimpse of the Chicago wholesale produce market, Day, H. W. pp. 90-95

The secrets of apple growing in Door County, Bingham, D. E. pp. 95-101

Address, Moore, James G. pp. 101-105

Horticultural extension, Kuehner, C. L. pp. 105-108

Why say it with flowers?, Pollworth, C. C. pp. 109-110

Color in our native landscape, Toole, William, Sr. pp. 110-115

A couple of dozen: or more roses worth growing, Moyle, W. J. pp. 116-119

The municipal rose garden, Boeglin, Louis pp. 120-124

Horticultural trends as revealed by nursery inspection records, Fracker, S. B. pp. 125-135

Problems of the small commercial orchardist, Greene, R. A. pp. 135-139

Blackberry, how did you get that way?, Fuller, Albert M. pp. 140-144

Apple orcharding in Illinois, Garnier, John A. pp. 144-149

Controlling the pests of greenhouse and ornamental plants, Chambers, E. L. pp. 149-165

Relation of growth and fruiting to orchard practice, Roberts, R. H. pp. 165-168

Report of the secretary, Cranefield, Frederic pp. 168-172

My jewels, Horstman, F. H., Mrs. pp. 172-177

Report of delegate to Illinois convention, Strong, C. E., Mrs. pp. 178-181

Summer meeting of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, p. 182

How five acres of apple orchard grew to seven hundred acres, Cranefield, F. pp. 182-184

An experience in vinegar making, Schubert, J. C. pp. 184-188

How we put the apples and cherries on the trees, Marken, R. L. pp. 188-190

Dehydrating plants for fruits and vegetables, Goff, M. B. pp. 190-194

Geology of southwestern Wisconsin--how these hills were made, Brown, C. E. pp. 194-198 ff.

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