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Wisconsin State Horticultural Society. Johnson, Franklin, Mrs., Editor
The Wisconsin horticulturist...issued monthly, under the management of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, for the purpose of disseminating horticultural information
Vol. II, No. 9
Baraboo, Wisconsin: Republic Print, November 1897

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Contents

[Title page] The Wisconsin horticulturist...issued monthly, under the management of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, for the purpose of disseminating horticultural information, p. [1]

Contents for November, pp. [2]-[3]

[Frontispiece] Mr. Daniel Huntley, Appleton, Wis., p. [4]

In memory of Mr. Daniel Huntley, Wolcott, Frank H., Mrs. pp. [5]-7

Summer drouth, p. 8

The water supply, Hoxie, B. S. pp. 9-10

The potato crop, p. 10

Two famous old apple trees, p. 11

Trapping: ? apple worms, Hatch, A. L. pp. 11-14

A natural enemy of the codlin moth, Jacobsen, N. A. pp. 14-15

A visit to our trial orchard at Wausau, Goff, E. S. pp. 15-18

Wintering grapes without laying down, Risley, J. B. p. 19

[A scene on the Thayer fruit farm in Phillips], pp. [20]-21

Cabbage rot, Bones, B. R. p. 21

Winter protection, Moyle, W. J. pp. 22-23

The San Jose scale scare, pp. 23-24

The cosmos, "Primrose" pp. 24-25

Hard wood rose cuttings, p. 26

Will bees destroy grapes?, Troop, J. p. 27

The first Thanksgiving dinner, p. 28

Genuine pumpkin pies, p. 29

Chicken pie, p. 30

Northern Illinois horticulturists, p. 31

Wisconsin horticulturists, W. J. M. p. 31

Annual exhibition of the autumn flowers opens at Indianapolis, p. 32

New nursery in Arlington, Alsmeyer, E. C. p. 32

Keeping grapes, p. 33

Cannot sell their sugar beets, p. 33

Editorial comment, pp. 34-35

Apples kept by cold storage, pp. 35 ff.

Officers and executive committee for 1897


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