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

Wisconsin horticulture, vol. 1, no. 10: June, 1911,   pp. [1]-16 PDF (7.2 MB)

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  (.-What tire the three nmost hardy 
and productive varieties of early ap- 
ples best suited for growing in south- 
ern Wisconsin' 
  A. l)tehess, MXfM ahon, Tctofsky. 
  Q.--Is the somewhat over-adver- 
tised blue rose worthy of cultivation 
otherwise than as a tnovelty, or is it 
of the "Verde" rose andi the seedless 
apple type variety? 
  A.-From    what we have seen of 
this rose, we are inelined to class it 
with such rema'rkalle creations as the 
Wondirlerrry, ('otnpass ('herry and 
Baby Rambler rose, all of which have 
some merits and make good catalog 
reading but will pass away for some- 
thing better.           W. ,[. M. 
  Q.-My a    larbor vitae hisdge show, 
bl'ak Spot.s in different phlaes this 
spring, sotne of theni as large as otte 
foot Situare. The leaves are perfectly 
black. What kin(d of a fungnis causes 
this? D)o yov know of ally retnldyv 
When I sprayed t.ty fruit trees the 
first time this spring (arsenate of 
li-ad and IBordehaux ttuxture). I gave 
those black spots a dose also. What 
the result will be I tannot tell. 
  A.-Th' dying out of the spots in 
the hedge is probably not lute to any 
insect or finigots parasite but rather 
to the weakening of the plants by the 
crowding or overgrowth of more vig- 
orous neighbors, and by winter in- 
jury from ice and snow, ;tntd probably 
accentuated by excessive pruning. Of 
course, you will realize that there is 
a fierce struggle for existence going 
on in an Arbor Vitae hedge and the 
weak branches of plant.s must suffer. 
There is nothing to do except to close 
the gap, either by so training the 
neighboring branches as to cover the 
gap or else by renewed planting. 
               PROF. L. R. JONES. 
  Q.-What is the most prolific fall 
sweet apple for Wisconsin? 
  A.-Early Sweet Russian or Yel- 
low Sweet. Anis. by W. J. M. 
  Q.-Would it be advisable to plant 
the Lombard pltitti o a commercial 
  A.-Most certainly; it is one of the 
most reliable varieties of the tame 
phlms. Ans. by W. J. M. 
  Q.-Name six best hardiest peaches 
and (-ultttre. 
  A.--We know of no hardy peaches 
for Wisconsin except possibly a vari- 
ety grown by Mr. B. It. Bones of 
Racine. The history of this variety 
seenis to be very obscutre. 
Arsenate of Lead, Lime-Sulphur Solution 
          Fully Comply with most rigid requirements of Insecticide Act of
                                            Crn'iqlli A rsnat o 
Lead is being successful- 
ly used to destroy all 
leaf-eating insects, such 
Codling   Moth, Potato 
Beetle, Curculio, etc. 
  The Grand Sweepstake 
prize of $1000 for the 
best carload of apples 
shown at the National 
Apple Show, Spokane, 
Washington, has been 
won by users of Grasselli 
Arsenate of Lead for the 
last three vears_ 
  Grasselli Lime Sulphur Solution is the Standard remedy for San 
Jose Scale. It has also come into prominence as a summer spray to 
replace Bordeaux Mixture. 
                 For Further Information Write 
The Grasselli Chemical Company, 
The Orasselli Chemical Co., Est, 1839 
  Milwaukee, Wis. 
Main Office Cleveland 
~&.&.&J~5.4.J..&4.4~44.44444 ~ + -~ -~- ± * t + .1
Grow and handle all kinds of nursery 
stock. We employ no agents but sell di- 
rect. If in the market you can save money 
by buying of us. Get our prices. 
     W. S. MOYLE, Proprietor. 
Winter Apples of Quality 
       Gem City, Hanko and Tuttle's Winter, three great Wisconsin 
    winter apples. Quality excellent, keep in ordinary cellar until 
    spring, trees hardy. Limited quantity, delivery fall 1911 and 
    spring 1912, one year budded and one year grafted. Full line 
    other varieties apples and plums, one year only. Have discon- 
    tinued growing fruit trees with top older than one year. Have dis- 
    continued dealing in nursery stock and sell only our own grown. 
    Our soil is a heavy upland clay on whicn we grow stock of a 
    superior quality and we make a specialty of fruit trees for planting
    commercial orchards. Catalogue and circulars. 
Henry Lake Sons Co., Nurserymen 
               Black River Falls, Wisconsin 
.............................. li6116QIQO 
June, 1911 

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