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Northern Nut Growers Association Thirty-Fourth Annual Report 1943

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  • NORTHERN
  • NUT GROWERS ASSOCIATION
    • INCORPORATED
      • Affiliated with
    • Affiliated with
    • THE AMERICAN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY
    • Thirty-fourth Annual Report 1943
    • CONTENTS
    • OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION
      • DIRECTORS
      • COMMITTEES
      • DEAN OF THE ASSOCIATION
      • FIELD SECRETARY
      • EDITOR OF PUBLICATIONS
      • OFFICIAL JOURNAL
    • DIRECTORS
    • COMMITTEES
    • DEAN OF THE ASSOCIATION
    • FIELD SECRETARY
    • EDITOR OF PUBLICATIONS
    • OFFICIAL JOURNAL
    • State Vice Presidents
    • Northern Nut Growers Association
      • Members as of May 19, 1944
    • Members as of May 19, 1944
    • CONSTITUTION
      • Article I
        • Article II
        • Article III
        • Article IV
        • Article V
        • Article VI
        • Article VII
        • Article VIII
      • Article II
      • Article III
      • Article IV
      • Article V
      • Article VI
      • Article VII
      • Article VIII
    • Article I
      • Article II
      • Article III
      • Article IV
      • Article V
      • Article VI
      • Article VII
      • Article VIII
    • Article II
    • Article III
    • Article IV
    • Article V
    • Article VI
    • Article VII
    • Article VIII
    • BY-LAWS
      • Article I
        • Article II
        • Article III
        • Article IV
        • Article V
      • Article II
      • Article III
      • Article IV
      • Article V
    • Article I
      • Article II
      • Article III
      • Article IV
      • Article V
    • Article II
    • Article III
    • Article IV
    • Article V
    • ANNUAL REPORT OF THE NORTHERN NUT GROWERS ASSOCIATION INCORPORATED
    • REPORT OF THE SECRETARY FOR 1942-43
    • Treasurer's Report
      • REPORT OF THE TREASURER—AUG. 15, 1942 to SEPT. 1, 1943
    • REPORT OF THE TREASURER—AUG. 15, 1942 to SEPT. 1, 1943
    • The Status of Nut Growing in 1943
      • SURVEY REPORT
        • John Davidson, Chairman of Committee
      • John Davidson, Chairman of Committee
    • SURVEY REPORT
      • John Davidson, Chairman of Committee
    • John Davidson, Chairman of Committee
    • Side-lights on the 1943-4 Survey
    • Juglone—The Active Agent in Walnut Toxicity
      • SUMMARY
        • LITERATURE CITED
      • LITERATURE CITED
    • SUMMARY
      • LITERATURE CITED
    • LITERATURE CITED
    • Possible Black Walnut Toxicity on Tomato and Cabbage
      • New York State Agricultural Experiment Station
    • New York State Agricultural Experiment Station
    • Preliminary Studies on Catkin Forcing and Pollen Storage of Corylus and Juglans
      • L. G. Cox, Cornell University
        • Table 1. Percentage germination after 24 hours of Filbert pollen forced at different temperatures and humidities.
        • Table II. The effect of storage temperature and humidity on percentage germination of Corylus and Juglans pollen
      • Table 1. Percentage germination after 24 hours of Filbert pollen forced at different temperatures and humidities.
      • Table II. The effect of storage temperature and humidity on percentage germination of Corylus and Juglans pollen
    • L. G. Cox, Cornell University
      • Table 1. Percentage germination after 24 hours of Filbert pollen forced at different temperatures and humidities.
      • Table II. The effect of storage temperature and humidity on percentage germination of Corylus and Juglans pollen
    • Table 1. Percentage germination after 24 hours of Filbert pollen forced at different temperatures and humidities.
    • Table II. The effect of storage temperature and humidity on percentage germination of Corylus and Juglans pollen
    • Storage and Germination of Nuts of Several Species of Juglans
      • W. C. Muenscher and Babette I. Brown
        • Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y.
        • Summary
        • Table 1. Germination of nuts of Juglans spp. after stratifying in peat over winter, at 1-3°C.
      • Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y.
      • Summary
      • Table 1. Germination of nuts of Juglans spp. after stratifying in peat over winter, at 1-3°C.
    • W. C. Muenscher and Babette I. Brown
      • Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y.
      • Summary
      • Table 1. Germination of nuts of Juglans spp. after stratifying in peat over winter, at 1-3°C.
    • Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y.
    • Summary
    • Table 1. Germination of nuts of Juglans spp. after stratifying in peat over winter, at 1-3°C.
    • A Key to Some Seedlings of Walnuts
      • W. C. Muenscher and Babette I. Brown
        • Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y.
      • Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y.
    • W. C. Muenscher and Babette I. Brown
      • Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y.
    • Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y.
    • Further Tests with Black Walnut Varieties
      • L. H. MacDaniels and J. E. Wilde, Cornell University
      • TABLE 1
        • Variation in the score of tests of duplicate samples made by the same operators. Twenty-five nut samples. Nuts grown at Ithaca, N. Y.
        • 1942. Black Walnuts.
      • Variation in the score of tests of duplicate samples made by the same operators. Twenty-five nut samples. Nuts grown at Ithaca, N. Y.
      • 1942. Black Walnuts.
      • TABLE 2
        • Cracking tests by single operator with 10 random replicate samples of Snyder black walnuts. 1942 crop. 25 nut samples.
      • Cracking tests by single operator with 10 random replicate samples of Snyder black walnuts. 1942 crop. 25 nut samples.
      • TABLE 3
        • Tests by the same operator of duplicate samples of Ohio black walnuts, treated in various ways before cracking. 25 nut samples. 1942 crop.
      • Tests by the same operator of duplicate samples of Ohio black walnuts, treated in various ways before cracking. 25 nut samples. 1942 crop.
      • TABLE 4
        • Variation in score of replicate samples of 3 varieties of Black Walnuts tested by different operators and of same varieties from different sources
      • Variation in score of replicate samples of 3 varieties of Black Walnuts tested by different operators and of same varieties from different sources
      • TABLE 5
        • Tests by different operators on duplicate samples of black walnuts, soaked and unsoaked. 25 nut samples. 1942 crop.
      • Tests by different operators on duplicate samples of black walnuts, soaked and unsoaked. 25 nut samples. 1942 crop.
      • TABLE 6
        • Tests and Scores of Black Walnut Varieties from Various Sources. 25 nut samples unless otherwise indicated. All scores figured on basis of 25 nuts.
        • DISCUSSION
        • REFERENCES CITED
      • Tests and Scores of Black Walnut Varieties from Various Sources. 25 nut samples unless otherwise indicated. All scores figured on basis of 25 nuts.
      • DISCUSSION
      • REFERENCES CITED
    • L. H. MacDaniels and J. E. Wilde, Cornell University
    • TABLE 1
      • Variation in the score of tests of duplicate samples made by the same operators. Twenty-five nut samples. Nuts grown at Ithaca, N. Y.
      • 1942. Black Walnuts.
    • Variation in the score of tests of duplicate samples made by the same operators. Twenty-five nut samples. Nuts grown at Ithaca, N. Y.
    • 1942. Black Walnuts.
    • TABLE 2
      • Cracking tests by single operator with 10 random replicate samples of Snyder black walnuts. 1942 crop. 25 nut samples.
    • Cracking tests by single operator with 10 random replicate samples of Snyder black walnuts. 1942 crop. 25 nut samples.
    • TABLE 3
      • Tests by the same operator of duplicate samples of Ohio black walnuts, treated in various ways before cracking. 25 nut samples. 1942 crop.
    • Tests by the same operator of duplicate samples of Ohio black walnuts, treated in various ways before cracking. 25 nut samples. 1942 crop.
    • TABLE 4
      • Variation in score of replicate samples of 3 varieties of Black Walnuts tested by different operators and of same varieties from different sources
    • Variation in score of replicate samples of 3 varieties of Black Walnuts tested by different operators and of same varieties from different sources
    • TABLE 5
      • Tests by different operators on duplicate samples of black walnuts, soaked and unsoaked. 25 nut samples. 1942 crop.
    • Tests by different operators on duplicate samples of black walnuts, soaked and unsoaked. 25 nut samples. 1942 crop.
    • TABLE 6
      • Tests and Scores of Black Walnut Varieties from Various Sources. 25 nut samples unless otherwise indicated. All scores figured on basis of 25 nuts.
      • DISCUSSION
      • REFERENCES CITED
    • Tests and Scores of Black Walnut Varieties from Various Sources. 25 nut samples unless otherwise indicated. All scores figured on basis of 25 nuts.
    • DISCUSSION
    • REFERENCES CITED
    • Shelling Black Walnuts
    • Better Butternuts, Please
      • S. H. Graham, Ithaca, N. Y.
    • S. H. Graham, Ithaca, N. Y.
    • The Use of Fertilizer in a Walnut Orchard
    • Lime and Fertilizers for Our Black Walnut Trees
    • The Propagation of Black Walnuts Through Budding
    • Northern Nut Growing
      • The Black Walnut
        • Persian Walnuts
        • Filberts, Hazels and Their Hybrids
        • Chestnuts
        • Propagating Nut Trees
        • Butternut and Japanese Walnuts and Their Hybrids
        • The Hicans and Hickories
      • Persian Walnuts
      • Filberts, Hazels and Their Hybrids
      • Chestnuts
      • Propagating Nut Trees
      • Butternut and Japanese Walnuts and Their Hybrids
      • The Hicans and Hickories
    • The Black Walnut
      • Persian Walnuts
      • Filberts, Hazels and Their Hybrids
      • Chestnuts
      • Propagating Nut Trees
      • Butternut and Japanese Walnuts and Their Hybrids
      • The Hicans and Hickories
    • Persian Walnuts
    • Filberts, Hazels and Their Hybrids
    • Chestnuts
    • Propagating Nut Trees
    • Butternut and Japanese Walnuts and Their Hybrids
    • The Hicans and Hickories
    • Nut Puttering in an Off Year
    • Nut Nursery Notes
    • Report from the Tennessee Valley
    • Report from Minnesota—Letter from Carl Weschcke to Miss Mildred Jones
    • Be Thrifty with Nut Trees
    • Report of Season 1943
    • American Walnut Manufacturers Association Carries Out Industrial Forestry Program
    • The Crath Carpathian Walnut in Illinois
    • Ohio Nut Growers' Meeting
    • Walnut and Heartnut Varieties Notes and Remarks
    • Letters
    • Experiment Station Investigates Tree Believed to be the Oldest Chestnut in Connecticut
      • Progress Report from Connecticut Experiment Station, Dated November 15, 1943
    • Progress Report from Connecticut Experiment Station, Dated November 15, 1943
    • Report of Committee of Ohio Nut Growers
      • A. A. Bungart, Chairman
        • CONCLUSION
        • OBITUARY
      • CONCLUSION
      • OBITUARY
    • A. A. Bungart, Chairman
      • CONCLUSION
      • OBITUARY
    • CONCLUSION
    • OBITUARY
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