Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers Association / The Cranberry. A compendium of its cultivation, commerce, cookery, etc.
Fitch, W. H.
Cranberry culture, pp. 1-4 PDF (797.6 KB)
INTRODVCTORY. Crnlbrgy Dookiet-In view of many Inquiries from all sections of the country, It has been deemed advisable to issue In a convenient and cheap form a compendium of main features anent cranberry culture, merchandising, cookery, etc, which receiving the endorsement of the leading members of the Wiscousin Sltte (aeberry Grower's Association, et aL, would be acceptable as authoritative. Copies can be procured by application to Secretary's office; price ten (I0c) cents (Namps accepted. By order of Committee on Printing and Publishing. W. H. FrtcH, Seretary CRABERRY CULTURE. [From WiseOD Valley Leader, Jan. 8, '05.] In response to several Inquiries on the growth and culture of cranberries the following, by W. B. Fitch, secretarv of the Wisconsin Cranberry Growers' AsoItion, as furnished to the Farmers dentanel, Is timely: is Ir a sngular fact that notwkthstand- ing the length of time the cranberry ha been among us there re cemearatlveI few people who have a knowledge con cerning its cultivation and growth. Al- most every other truit is betler known and at the present time, when every in- dustry Is belug illustrated and explained, when horticulture Is becoming a feature In our NSle, It may not be ami to say something of the methods now used to bring the berry from ItS wild state to Its present perfection. The alluvial formation, or pigt bog, lath& nstnr-l h--n _t tb. -_ t_ --- - I -- -- - ' 0' th catu rry. In E 4 I
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