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Northern Nut Growers Association, Report Of The Proceedings At The Tenth Annual Meeting. Battle Creek, Michigan, December 9 and 10, 1919

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  • NORTHERN
  • NUT GROWERS ASSOCIATION
    • REPORT
    • OF THE PROCEEDINGS AT THE
    • TENTH ANNUAL MEETING
      • BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN
      • DECEMBER 9 AND 10,
      • 1919
    • BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN
    • DECEMBER 9 AND 10,
    • 1919
    • CONTENTS
    • OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION
      • COMMITTEES
      • STATE VICE-PRESIDENTS
    • COMMITTEES
    • STATE VICE-PRESIDENTS
    • MEMBERS OF THE NORTHERN NUT GROWERS ASSOCIATION
    • 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 II
      • Article III
      • Article IV
    • Article I
      • Article II
      • Article III
      • Article IV
    • Article II
    • Article III
    • Article IV
    • Northern Nut Growers Association
      • TENTH ANNUAL MEETING
        • December 9 and 10, 1919 Battle Creek, Michigan
      • December 9 and 10, 1919 Battle Creek, Michigan
    • TENTH ANNUAL MEETING
      • December 9 and 10, 1919 Battle Creek, Michigan
    • December 9 and 10, 1919 Battle Creek, Michigan
    • PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS
      • W. C. Reed, Vincennes, Ind.
        • Fellow Members, Northern Nut Growers Association,
      • Fellow Members, Northern Nut Growers Association,
      • REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-TREASURER Sept. 1, 1917-Nov. 30, 1919
        • Tuesday Afternoon, December 9, 1919, 2:30 P. M. President W. C. Reed, in the Chair
      • Tuesday Afternoon, December 9, 1919, 2:30 P. M. President W. C. Reed, in the Chair
    • W. C. Reed, Vincennes, Ind.
      • Fellow Members, Northern Nut Growers Association,
    • Fellow Members, Northern Nut Growers Association,
    • REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-TREASURER Sept. 1, 1917-Nov. 30, 1919
      • Tuesday Afternoon, December 9, 1919, 2:30 P. M. President W. C. Reed, in the Chair
    • Tuesday Afternoon, December 9, 1919, 2:30 P. M. President W. C. Reed, in the Chair
    • THE FARMS BY THE SIDE OF THE ROAD
      • It Reads Like a Fairy Tale
        • "Practical and Progressive Conservation"
      • "Practical and Progressive Conservation"
    • It Reads Like a Fairy Tale
      • "Practical and Progressive Conservation"
    • "Practical and Progressive Conservation"
    • NATIVE NUT TREE PLANTATIONS IN MICHIGAN
      • Professor A. K. Chittenden, Michigan Agricultural College East Lansing, Michigan
    • Professor A. K. Chittenden, Michigan Agricultural College East Lansing, Michigan
    • PECANS OTHER THAN THOSE OF THE WELL KNOWN SECTIONS
      • J. F. Jones, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
        • Pecans from Burlington, Ia
      • Pecans from Burlington, Ia
    • J. F. Jones, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
      • Pecans from Burlington, Ia
    • Pecans from Burlington, Ia
    • HAZEL NUTS AND FILBERTS
      • Conrad Vollertsen, Rochester, N. Y.
    • Conrad Vollertsen, Rochester, N. Y.
    • DISEASE RESISTANCE IN THE AMERICAN CHESTNUT[1]
      • Arthur H. Graves
        • Results of the Survey
        • Seedling Trees
        • Characteristics of the Resistant Trees
        • Inoculations
        • Summary of Evidences of Resistance
        • Is the Disease Resistance Here an Hereditary Character?
      • Results of the Survey
      • Seedling Trees
      • Characteristics of the Resistant Trees
      • Inoculations
      • Summary of Evidences of Resistance
      • Is the Disease Resistance Here an Hereditary Character?
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • Arthur H. Graves
      • Results of the Survey
      • Seedling Trees
      • Characteristics of the Resistant Trees
      • Inoculations
      • Summary of Evidences of Resistance
      • Is the Disease Resistance Here an Hereditary Character?
    • Results of the Survey
    • Seedling Trees
    • Characteristics of the Resistant Trees
    • Inoculations
    • Summary of Evidences of Resistance
    • Is the Disease Resistance Here an Hereditary Character?
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • EVENING SESSION
      • Sanitarium Gymnasium, at 8:00 P.M.
    • Sanitarium Gymnasium, at 8:00 P.M.
    • NOTES ON THE HICKORIES
      • Robert T. Morris, M. D., New York City, N. Y.
    • Robert T. Morris, M. D., New York City, N. Y.
    • THE NUTRITIVE VALUE OF NUTS
      • F. A. Cajorie, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.
        • End of Tuesday Evening Session
      • End of Tuesday Evening Session
    • F. A. Cajorie, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.
      • End of Tuesday Evening Session
    • End of Tuesday Evening Session
    • WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1919, 10:00 A.M.
      • President W. C. Reed in the Chair
    • President W. C. Reed in the Chair
    • NUT TREES AND BUSHES IN LANDSCAPE WORK
      • O. C. Simonds, Chicago, Illinois
        • Black Walnuts
        • Butternuts
        • Hickories
        • The Beech
        • Hazelnuts
        • The Oaks
        • Chestnuts
        • Horse Chestnuts and Buckeyes
      • Black Walnuts
      • Butternuts
      • Hickories
      • The Beech
      • Hazelnuts
      • The Oaks
      • Chestnuts
      • Horse Chestnuts and Buckeyes
    • O. C. Simonds, Chicago, Illinois
      • Black Walnuts
      • Butternuts
      • Hickories
      • The Beech
      • Hazelnuts
      • The Oaks
      • Chestnuts
      • Horse Chestnuts and Buckeyes
    • Black Walnuts
    • Butternuts
    • Hickories
    • The Beech
    • Hazelnuts
    • The Oaks
    • Chestnuts
    • Horse Chestnuts and Buckeyes
    • NUT CULTURE IN MICHIGAN
      • C. A. Reed, Washington, D. C.
        • Almond
        • The Beech
        • Butternut
        • Chestnut
        • Hickory
        • Pecan
        • Black Walnut
        • The Japanese Walnut
        • Persian Walnut
        • The Filbert
      • Almond
      • The Beech
      • Butternut
      • Chestnut
      • Hickory
      • Pecan
      • Black Walnut
      • The Japanese Walnut
      • Persian Walnut
      • The Filbert
    • C. A. Reed, Washington, D. C.
      • Almond
      • The Beech
      • Butternut
      • Chestnut
      • Hickory
      • Pecan
      • Black Walnut
      • The Japanese Walnut
      • Persian Walnut
      • The Filbert
    • Almond
    • The Beech
    • Butternut
    • Chestnut
    • Hickory
    • Pecan
    • Black Walnut
    • The Japanese Walnut
    • Persian Walnut
    • The Filbert
    • NUT TREES FOR HIGHWAYS AND PUBLIC PLACES
      • William S. Linton, Saginaw, Michigan
    • William S. Linton, Saginaw, Michigan
    • LEGISLATION REGARDING THE PLANTING OF NUT AND OTHER FOOD PRODUCING TREES
      • Senator Harvey A. Penney, Saginaw, Michigan
      • STATE OF MICHIGAN
        • 50th Legislature
      • 50th Legislature
    • Senator Harvey A. Penney, Saginaw, Michigan
    • STATE OF MICHIGAN
      • 50th Legislature
    • 50th Legislature
    • THE SOY BEAN
      • Dr. J. H. Kellogg, Battle Creek, Michigan
    • Dr. J. H. Kellogg, Battle Creek, Michigan
    • JUDGING NUTS
      • Willard G. Bixby, Baldwin, Nassau Co., N. Y.
        • Black Walnuts—Weight
        • Black Walnuts—Thinness of Shell
        • Black Walnuts—Cracking Quality
        • Black Walnuts—Proportion of Kernel
      • Black Walnuts—Weight
      • Black Walnuts—Thinness of Shell
      • Black Walnuts—Cracking Quality
      • Black Walnuts—Proportion of Kernel
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • Willard G. Bixby, Baldwin, Nassau Co., N. Y.
      • Black Walnuts—Weight
      • Black Walnuts—Thinness of Shell
      • Black Walnuts—Cracking Quality
      • Black Walnuts—Proportion of Kernel
    • Black Walnuts—Weight
    • Black Walnuts—Thinness of Shell
    • Black Walnuts—Cracking Quality
    • Black Walnuts—Proportion of Kernel
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • BUSINESS SESSION
      • President W. C. Reed in the Chair
        • Report of the Nominating Committee
      • Report of the Nominating Committee
    • President W. C. Reed in the Chair
      • Report of the Nominating Committee
    • Report of the Nominating Committee
    • THE 1919 NUT CONTEST
      • Willard G. Bixby, Baldwin, Nassau Co., N. Y.
      • HICKORIES—128 ENTRIES
    • Willard G. Bixby, Baldwin, Nassau Co., N. Y.
    • HICKORIES—128 ENTRIES
    • HICKORIES
      • HICKORIES
      • BLACK WALNUTS—51 ENTRIES
      • BLACK WALNUTS
      • PERSIAN WALNUTS
    • HICKORIES
    • BLACK WALNUTS—51 ENTRIES
    • BLACK WALNUTS
    • PERSIAN WALNUTS
    • BUTTERNUTS, JAPAN WALNUTS, AND HYBRIDS—33 ENTRIES
      • BUTTERNUTS
      • JAPAN WALNUTS
    • BUTTERNUTS
    • JAPAN WALNUTS
    • PECANS—13 VARIETIES
      • PECANS
      • STANDARD SOUTHERN VARIETIES
    • PECANS
    • STANDARD SOUTHERN VARIETIES
    • HAZELS—6 ENTRIES
      • HAZELS
    • HAZELS
    • PERSIAN WALNUTS—5 ENTRIES
      • OBSERVATIONS
    • OBSERVATIONS
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