Annual Report Of The Wisconsin State Horticultural Society (volume 3) by Wisconsin State Horticultural SocietyAnnual Report Of The Wisconsin State Horticultural Society (volume 3) by Wisconsin State Horticultural Society

Annual Report Of The Wisconsin State Horticultural Society (volume 3)

byWisconsin State Horticultural Society

Paperback | February 1, 2012

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1873. Excerpt: ... JUDGES OF FRUIT For the fair in September next, were appointed as follows: Superintendent--O. 8. Willey, Madison. Class 30, Fruits' by Professional Cultivators--F. 8. Lawrence, Janesville; F. C. Curtis, Rocky Run; J. M. Smith, Green Bay; J. W. Parks, Dodge's Corners; I.J. Hoile, Oshkosh. Glass 31, Fruits by Non-Professional Cultivators--A. G. Tuttle, Baraboo; H. M. Thompson, 8t. Francis; G. P. Pepfer, Pewaukee; G. J. Kellogg, Janesville; H. H. Greenman, Whitewater. Class 32--To be appointed at the fair. Class 33, Seedlings--Charles Waters, Viroqua; J. C. Plumb, Milton; G. P. Pepper, Pewaukee. Summer Fruits--Premiums to be awarded by executive committee. Nursery Trees--I.J. Hoile, Oshkosh; E. B. Thomas, Dodge's Corners; W. Reid, North Prairie. Class 34, Flowers by Professional Cultivators--H. W. Roby, Milwaukee; Mrs. A. A. Boyce, Lodi; Mrs. F. S. Lawrence, Janesville; Mark DresSer, Kenosha; Dr. Risch, Milwaukee. Class 35, Flowers by Non-Professional Cultivators--Dr. R. A. Ross, Milwaukee; Miss Kate Pepper,Pewaukee; Mrs. D. Huntley, Appleton; O. 8. Willey, Madison. Class 36, Flowers by Professional and Non-Commercial Cultivators--Judges same as Class 35. Messrs. Lawrence, Tuttle, Stickney and Willey spoke of the importance of frequently meeting together for discussion. The propriety of "meeting during the fair was fully discussed; and, on motion of Mr, Lawrence, it was resolved to hold one evening meeting (probably Wednesday) for discussions and reading of a paper, the week of the fair. Keeping Fruit By freezing was fully explained by Charles Waters, who had been in the habit, for several years, of barreling them up and keeping in shade or as cool as possible till cold weather came on, then opening a trench in the ground large enough to receive" the barrels...
Title:Annual Report Of The Wisconsin State Horticultural Society (volume 3)Format:PaperbackDimensions:70 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.15 inPublished:February 1, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217685692

ISBN - 13:9780217685696