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

Wisconsin horticulture, vol. 30, no. 8: April, 1940,   pp. [209]-240


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What is the Best Orchard Cover Crop------------------------- 
Should Pear Trees be Used as Fillers in the Apple Orchard -------- 
Fruit Insect Control 
Points on Grafting    ----------------------------------------- 
Fruit Disease Control 
How to Plant Strawberries- 
Preparing the Soil for Strawberries 
Watch for Raspberry Anthracnose........................... 
Wisconsin Beekeeping. 
Vegetable Varieties for Wisconsin Home Gardens ---------------- 
Gladiolus Gleanings 
Home and Garden, Mrs. C. E. Strong. 
How to Grow Annuals from Seed 
Wisconsin Garden Club Federation News 
Dorothy Biddle Clinics. 
County Zoning 
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Outstanding Perennials- 
Our Wild Flowers 
Types of Japanese Yews, 
Growing  the  Brownell Roses ................ 
Shrubs and Evergreens for Ornamental Planting and Hedges ------ 
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        Officers Wisconsin State Horticultural Society 
     EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE                 Term Ending December, 1942 
R. L. Marken Pres-     -------Kenosha         Ralph Irwin ---------------Lancaster
S. S. Telfer, Vice.Preas......-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 Diehnelt, 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 reauced 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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April, 1940 
    Wisconsin Horticulture 
    The Official Organ of the Wisconsin 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 SOCIETY 
                      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                   April, 1940                        No. 8 
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