Wisconsin Fruit Growers' Association / Transactions of the Wisconsin Fruit Growers' Association for the year 1855; including the award of premiums at the annual exhibition, held at Milwaukee, on the 18th, 19th and 20th days of Sept., and the report of the convention, held at Whitewater on the 12th and 13th days of September, etc., etc.
Winter fruits, pp. -18 PDF (1.9 MB)
15 CnrLD-Have twelve bearing trees; in flavor the fruit fully sustains its Boston reputation; consider it a tardy bearer; occasion- ally affected with bitter-rot. I esteem the Red Canada, which has about the same season as the Baldwin, a better fruit for or- chardists in this climate. Recommended for further trial. Dominie. STrAiw-A good grower; requires no pruning; a pretty early bearer; quality "very good." BaAyroN--Hardy; excessively productive; does well either stock or root-grafted; fruit should not be gathered before the 10th of October; if picked too early, liable to bitter-rot. KINNEY-Makes a beautiful orchard tree. SLOOUDI-Exceedingly productive; very valuable. Red Romaite. SLoOum-Very productive; in season from March to June; will keep until August, Never sold the second tree to a purchaser who had fruited the first! Herefordshire Pesarmain. BRArroN-The finest flavored of all early winter sorts; good grower; moderately productive; not very hardy when root-grafted. STARix-Hag fruited it for four years; trees bear well; makes a large, upright tree. Recommended for general cultivation. Jonathan. HAloRnD-A great favorite with me; an early bearer; produc- tive; of excellent quality. HwrLzy-Agree with Mr. H.; a first rate variety. BRArToN-An excellent sort for the garden; tree does not grow large enough for the orchard. z ^ I
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