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The Wisconsin horticulturist

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Wisconsin State Horticultural Society
The Wisconsin horticulturist
Vol. VI, No. 5
July 1901

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Contents

[Frontispiece]

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

Officers of the State Horticultural Society for 1901, p. [5]

The Pan-American exposition, pp. [5]-8

Easter lilies, pp. 9-10

The swainsonia, Rexford, Eben E. pp. 10-11

The tomato blight, Goff, E. S. pp. 11-12

Notes on strawberries grown at the Michigan experiment station, pp. 12-15

Raspberries at the Michigan experiment station, pp. 16-19

Blackberries at the Michigan station, pp. 19-20

Strawberries tested at the grounds of the "Rural New-Yorker", p. 21

Origin of the York imperial apple, pp. 21-22

Bagging grapes, Farmer, O. J. p. 23

How to eat bananas, p. 23

Poisoned by ivy ashes, p. 24

How late shall blackberries be cultivated?, p. 24

Packing the earth hard, p. 25

How late can we continue to cultivate the bush fruits?, Kellogg, R. M. pp. 25-26

To prevent blackberries diminishing in size, Kellogg, R. M. p. 26

My garden, Hoxie, B. S. pp. 27-28

From the crop report of the state board of agriculture, True, John M. pp. 28-29

For the household, Johnson, Mary Clark pp. 29-30

A word about wool-pulling, Edwards, F. C. pp. 30-31

Summer meeting of Wisconsin State Horticultural Society August 21-22, pp. 31-34

Editor's notes, pp. 34-[36] ff.


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