Wisconsin State Horticultural Society / Annual report of the Wisconsin State Horticultural Society for the year 1910
Volume XL, Part II (1910)
Kellogg, Geo. J.
Strawberries new and old, pp. 63-65 PDF (564.1 KB)
64 WISCONSIN STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETrY. Currants: Best new, Wilder, Perfection, London Market and Pomona. Best late, Victoria, Prince Albert, Long Bunch Holland, La Vesailise, White Grape, North Star and Red and White Dutch. Gooseberries: Best new, Pearl and Ozanne. Best old, Downing, Red Jacket and for canning, Houghton. Blackberries: New, Eldorado, Mersereau and Early King. Old and reliable, Snyder, Ancient Briton, Badger, Kittatinny, Stones Hardy and Erie. Black Raspberries: New, Plum Farmer, Black Diamond and Cumberland. Old, Black, Gregg, Kansas, Palmer and Ohio. Red Raspberries: New, King Brilliant, Cardinal and Ruby. Old Red, Loudon, Cuthbert, Brandywine, Marlborough and Miller. Best purple tip raspberry. Columbian. Best yellow, Golden Queen. Grapes: Best early, Moore's, Campbell's Green Mountain and Wor- den. Best white, Lady, Diamond and Niagara, Concord where you can grow Dent Corn, Brighton, Agawam, Wilder and Merri- mac. Dr. Loope: I would like to know about the Glen Mary and what the success has been in different parts of the state with that. Mr. Coe: The Glen Mary does very well with us, good grower, good berry. A Member: I would like to ask this gentleman if he con- sidered the Pan American worth raising for a fall crop? Mr. Kellogg: I would not dabble with it, except for private use, for a private family, or for an amateur it is worth while to try it. A Member: On our ground a year ago last summer we
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