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Rahmlow, H. J. (ed.) / Wisconsin horticulture
Vol. XXX (September 1939/July-August 1940)

Wisconsin horticulture, vol. 30, no. 10: June, 1940,   pp. [273]-304


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    Wisconsin Horticulture 
    The Official Organ of the Wisconjin State Horticultural Society 
                          ESTABLISHED 1910 
Entered at the postoffice at Madison. Wisconsin, as second-class matter.
Acceptance 
       for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 1103,
               Act of October 3. 1917, authorized July 15, 1918. 
               Published Monthly Excepting July by the 
               WISCONSIN STATE HORTICULTURAL SocirTY 
                      424 University Farm Place 
                         Madison, Wisconsin 
                       H. J. RAHMLow, Editor 
            Secretary Wisconsin State Horticultural Society 
          Office: Old Entomology Bldg., College of Agriculture 
                          Tel. University 182 
Volume XXX                    June, 1940                       No. 10 
                      TABLE OF CONTENTS 
                                                                Page 
Bait Traps for Codling Moth Control --------------------------275 
A Destructive Bud-Transmissible Disease of Sour Cherry -------- 276 
How to Control Apple Maggot -------------------------------277 
Color and Quality in Apples -----------------------------------278 
The "Graduated Space" Method of Thinning Apples --------------
279 
The Story of the Delicious Apple -------------------------------281 
Shall We Thin Apples ---------------------------------------281 
In the Berry Patch                                                282 
How to Renew t'he Strawberry Bed ---------------------------283 
Wisconsin Beekeeping ----------------------------------------284 
Editorials  ----------------------------------------------------288 
Gladiolus Gleanings ------------------------------------------290 
Home and Garden, Mrs. C. E. Strong --------------------------292 
Use a Hoe in the Garden -------------------------------------293 
Wisconsin Garden Club Federation News -----------------------294 
Program Federation Summer Meeting --------------------------295 
Coming Wisconsin Flower Shows ----------------------------- 295 
The Flower Show     ------------------------------------------- 296 
Styles Merge in the Modern Garden ---------------------------298 
In Mv Garden -----------------------------------------------299 
Milk Bottles for Flower Shows ------------------------------- 300 
More About Vitamin B-Its Effect on Plant Life -           -       301 
How to Distinguish Between Various Groups of Roses -----------302 
How to Conserve Wisconsin Wild Flowers -----------------------303 
        Officers Wisconsin State Horticultural Society 
     EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE                  Term Ending December, 1942 
R. L. Marken Pres ------------- Kenosha  Ralph Irwin ---------------Lancaster
S. S. Telfer, '/ice-Pres ...... Ellison Bay  Arno Meyer -----------------------
Waldo 
H. J. Rahmlow, Sec.------------- Madison  Don Reynolds -------------- Sturgeon
Bay 
E. L. Chambers, Treas ......-.... Madison 
     Term Ending December, 1940      Prof. J. G. Moore, Chin. Dept. Horticul-
M. H. Bingham ------------ Sturgeon Bay ture, Madison 
Clare Fancher ------------Sturtevant James Livingstone, Pres. Wis. Nursery-
Carroll Krippner ----------- Fort Atkinson  men's Assn., Milwaukee 
     Term Ending December, 1941       Walter Dichnelt, Pres. Wisconsin Bee-
Mrs. A. Boerner -----------Cedarburg    keepers' Assn., Menomonee Falls 
H. C. Christensen ---------------- Oshkosh  Mrs. Charles H. Schuele, Pres.
Wis. 
Martin Wiepking ----------Cedarburg     Garden Club Federation, Wauwatosa
Subscription to Wisconsin Horticulture is obtained by membership in the Wisconsin
State Horticulure Society for which the annual dues are $1 per year or $1.50
for two 
years. Garden Clubs, Horticultural Societies, and other Horticultural Organizations
are affiliated at a reduced membership rate. Fifty cents of the annual dues
paid by 
each member is for a year's subscription to Wisconsin Horticulture. 
                    PLEASE DO NOT SEND STAMPS 
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