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Cranefield, Frederic (ed.) / Wisconsin horticulture
Vol. I (September 1910/August 1911)

Wisconsin horticulture, vol. 1, no. 8: April, 1911,   pp. [1]-16 PDF (7.4 MB)


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WISCONSIN HORTICULTURE 
April, 1911 
   SPRAY                         * 
   THOROUGHLY 
   Thorough spraying is a crop insur- 
 ance of the strongest kind, but you 
        cannot spray thoroughly un- 
        les you use 
SiRELIABLE 
               They are better 
             known, more wide'y used, 
             and in greater demand 
             than any other line- 
             because, correct d sign, 
                 perfect matrial 
                 and expert work- 
                 manship -- backed 
           f -   by more than 62 
                 years of exclusive 
                 Pump making  x- 
                 perlnce -are rep- 
                 resented in 
                 cacti Spray- 
                 er we sell 
   Everv, Fruit Grower 
   should send for our" 
Booklet- 
; "SOW to SDisra" 
       When to S~pray- 
!    What Spmayers to 
          Use" 
It gcfs Into the subject 
of spraye's and spraying 
    mixtures very thorough. 
    ly. We'll be glad to ma& 
    it to you upon retluest. 
      TilE GOULDS 1'179. CO. 
      W.Fall SISmnsca FailsN.?. 
      i'... pora f. 6 
FIFTEEN HUNDRED ACRES 
60 VARI ETIES 
STRAWBERRY PLANTS 
-SEND FOf CATALOGUE- 
D. J. HENRY, I DIANA 
rGrown an ground which produces quality 
  '   rather than quantity 
ing lessons in vice from their elders. 
Teach the boys and girls of the vil- 
lage to take pride in their surround- 
ings antd the improvement in the en- 
vironitent will be great but in the 
young people it will be incalculable. 
Set the young lp(eple at making flow- 
er beds, planting shrubs, and grow- 
ing vegetables atnd you have them on 
the road to good citizenship. Then, 
too, the boys anid girls will get help 
from the women of the family and 
even the nien may be enticed to leave 
tl'eir cronlies of :I sittitner evening 
and join the r(est of the family in 
enljoying he brightness of the flower 
biorder and in helping to weed, water 
and loe. The immediate punishment 
of the Fall was banishment from the 
garden; the delights of Paradise come 
with the return to the original occu- 
pation.  A person, man or woman, 
old or young, who is not delighted 
with bud and blossom, with plant and 
shrub and  iush and tree, especially 
when they develop under his own care 
or the ciare of his household, is ab- 
normal, a monstrosity, a pervert, a 
defective, a degenerate, a departure 
froti the truman type, or what else 
shall we call him?-simply a loafer. 
If you have a name that indicates a 
degree of worthlessness greater than 
that, use it. He deserves the mean- 
est e,)ithet you can apply to him." 
  Mistakes will happen even in the 
lest regulated households. On page 
two of the February number figures 
3 and 4 were reversed. The legend 
below these cuts states that figure 3 
represents cherry buds and figure 4 
plum buds. This is wrong; just re- 
verse statements and    all will be 
lovely. 
EWALDS FOLDING BERRY BOX 
P'TH0 A... I.. s 
S 
Forest Hill Nursery 
George Rentachler, Proprietor 
    Trees and shrubs for street and 
    lawn. Bulbs and hardy garden 
    plants. A full line of fruit trees, 
    bush fruits and strawberry plants 
Madison       -   Wisconsin 
We have sold enough of  I 
this seed to sow 
million acres am 
every purchas. 
has been enth 
siastic about 
Ex-Gov. W. I 
hloard of Wisco 
sin writes "I Ill 
.ne quality of yt 
Alfalfa Clover v 
much. On 30a, 
I raised over 
$2500 worth of 
Alfalfa Hay. 
There is no 
better money 
crop that I 
know of.'' 
  You sow Salzer's Northern tirown Ajiaira ano 
get three rousing big crops, in May, July and 
August, besides having the best of pastures. It 
will do this on any farm in America where 
Timothy will grow. Get full particulars. Write 
for our 1911 catalog. It's free. 
F: 0 PACKETS OF4 
FARM SEEDS LO 
  Here's our great trial collection at one cent 
a package, composed of Spellz, the cereal and 
1. ay wonder, Silver King Barley, a world beater with 
1;3 bu. per acre, Bonanza O0t--swon four farms in 
1910 biggest sworn to yield 259 Bushels per acre! 
BtIlion Dollar Grass, the ten ton grass wonder. 
Salzer's luxuriant Alfalfa. and five other packets. 
all ton for 10c in stamps. Write for this collection 
today and we'll also send you a free copy of our 
grreat 1911 catalogue. 
   JOIN A. SAUZER SEED CO. 
'to South 8th St.. La Crease, Wis. 
16 
   11. 1        rio 2       Flo. 3 
 The only folding berry box made of wood 
 veneetr that 
        GIVES SATISFACTION 
 Fits the regular Michigan style crates, neat 
and strong. Is, all ready for business. needs no 
tacks nor wire staplimng. fAt us tell you more 
aIsout it. Write for our price list today. 
  'UMBERLAND FRUIT PACKAGE CO. 
           Cumberland. Wis. 
RIGHT NOW 
IS THE TIME 
    I 
 To place your order for Trees and 
 N lants. DON'T DELAY. Time for plant- 
 Ing is rapidly advancing. 
 selld us your list of wants and place' 
 ,your ntext order with 
The Most Northern Nursery in 
           the State. 
Fruit, Shade and Ornamental Trees. 
Plants. Vines. Ioses, Evergreens. 
  Established 189(. 
  Address 
  THE CASCADE NURSERY 
        OSCEOLA. WIS. 
ATa1 roulst a big trops of 
Alfalfa 
       wO 
YEARS 
F 0 R.T Y - T WO 
The    Jewell Nursery        Co. 
      Hardy Fruit and Ornamental 
      Trees. Shrubs and Plants 
Lake City.              Minnesoia 
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