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Combined annual reports of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the years ending July 1, 1927 and July 1, 1928

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Wisconsin State Horticultural Society
Combined annual reports of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the years ending July 1, 1927 and July 1, 1928
Vol. LVII
Madison, Wisconsin: Democrat Printing Company

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[Title page] Combined annual reports of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the years ending July 1, 1927 and July 1, 1928, p. [1]

Officers and committees Wisconsin State Horticultural Society 1927, p. [2]

Letter of transmittal, Chambers, E. L. p. [3]

Wisconsin the beautiful, p. [4]

Board of managers 1928, pp. [5]-[6]

Table of contents, pp. [7]-8

The Wisconsin State Horticultural Society and what it does, Rahmlow, H. J. pp. [9]-10

Constitution and by-laws of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society: as amended January 13, 1921. With brief historical outline, Cranefield, Frederic pp. [11]-16

Recommended varieties for Wisconsin, p. 16

Transactions Wisconsin State Horticultural Society in annual convention, p. [17]

Greetings from the mayor, Icks, A. W. pp. [17]-18

Annual report, Cranefield, Frederic pp. 19-23

President's address, Toole, W. A. pp. 23-24

Know your trees, Roberts, R. H. pp. 24-27

Hints on arrangement of flowers, Smith, Huron pp. 27-30

Varieties of apples for Wisconsin, Ullsperger, H. W. pp. 30-35

A successful apple cave storage, Randau, Fred pp. 35-39

The grand prize, Moore, James G. pp. 39-45

Crowngall of apple nursery stock, Keitt, G. W. pp. 45-49

Peonies. Best varieties and cultural hints, Brand, A. M. pp. 49-57

Shall we plant wealthy?, pp. 57-61

Cabbage growing, Ryall, E. V. pp. 61-63

How much does a strawberry cost?, Leverich, J. E. pp. 63-68

Shall we plant delicious?, pp. 68-69

Up north, Brubaker, V. E. pp. 69-[72]

Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year ending July 1, 1928, p. [73]

Officers and committees Wisconsin State Horticultural Society 1928, p. [74]

Letter of transmittal, Rahmlow, H. J. pp. [75]-[76]

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society annual convention, p. [77]

Address of welcome, Zimmerman, F. R. pp. [77]-78

Response to address of welcome, Goff, M. B. pp. 78-79

Horticultural society faces bright future, Leverich, J. E. pp. 79-82

What to do with the surplus from the farm orchard, Kuehner, Conrad L. pp. 82-85

Dealing with the cull problem, Gardner, V. R. pp. 86-92

Orchard production problems, Roberts, R. H. pp. 93-96

The state traveling library, Long, Hariett pp. 97-98

Selling a million dollar cherry crop, Ullsperger, H. W. pp. 98-101

Growing narcissus bulbs in Wisconsin, Livingston, James pp. 101-107

Orchard costs and profits, Gardner, V. R. pp. 107-117

Hints for raspberry growers, Seidel, J. G. pp. 117-118

Profitable strawberry growing, Sullivan, E. W. pp. 118-122

Management methods for raspberries, Gardner, V. R. pp. 122-129

Ripening fruits and vegetables with gas, Regeimbal, L. O. pp. 130-134

Horticultural hazards, Chambers, E. L. pp. 135-141

The naturalization of bulbs, Longland, William pp. 141-142

Outdoor flowers for the home, Moore, J. G. pp. 142-147

Flowers necessary for happiness, Strong, C. E., Mrs. pp. 147-148

Reports of committees, pp. 148-[151]

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