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The Wisconsin horticulturist


Wisconsin State Horticultural Society
The Wisconsin horticulturist
Vol. V, No. 7
September 1900

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[Frontispiece] A currant field, owned by J. S. Ritchie, Superior, Wis.

[Title page] The Wisconsin horticulturist, p. [5]

Officers of the State Horticultural Society for 1900, p. [5]

A disease of the sweet brier, Cranefield, Frederic pp. [5]-6

Belgian hares--a note of warning, Palmer, T. S. pp. 6-9

Hardy perennials, Ihrig, J. J. pp. 9-11

A city garden--one man's experience, M. C. C. J. pp. 12-13

Herbst's berry bulletin for September, Herbst, J. L. pp. 13-14

Preparation of ground for strawberries, pp. 15-16

Visit to the Milwaukee Pickle Company, Johnson, Franklin pp. 16-17

An onion field, F. J. p. 18

Pruning apple trees to thin fruit, pp. 18-19

About raspberry tips, p. 19

Puddling roots, pp. 19-20

Burning poison ivy, p. 20

The correct pronunciation of berry names, pp. 20-21

Berry report from Sparta, Herbst, J. L. p. 21

The value of our birds and their wanton destruction, Stark, Frank pp. 22-24

Picking and packing apples for cold storage, Storer, G. B. pp. 25-26

Fruit exhibits at horticultural conventions, p. 27

Cranberry culture, pp. 28-29

For the household, p. 30

Wisconsin State Fair, J. L. H. pp. 31-34

Official list of awards on fruit, pp. 35-[36] ff.

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