Trees, Fruits and Flowers of Minnesota, 1916 Embracing the Transactions of the Minnesota State Horticultural Society,Volume 44, from December 1, 1915, to December 1, 1916, Including the Twelve Numbers of "The Minnesota Horticulturist" for 1916
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Trees, Fruits and Flowers of Minnesota, 1916 Embracing the Transactions of the Minnesota State Horticultural Society,Volume 44, from December 1, 1915, to December 1, 1916, Including the Twelve Numbers of "The Minnesota Horticulturist" for 1916

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  • Trees, Fruits and Flowers
    • —OF—
  • MINNESOTA
    • 1916
      • EMBRACING THE TRANSACTIONS OF THE
        • MINNESOTA STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY
        • FROM DECEMBER 1, 1915, TO DECEMBER 1, 1916, INCLUDING THE TWELVE NUMBERS OF "THE MINNESOTA HORTICULTURIST" FOR 1916.
      • A. W. LATHAM,
      • Office and Library, 207 Kasota Block,
      • VOL. XLIV.
    • THE MINNESOTA HORTICULTURIST
      • Vol. 44    JANUARY, 1916    No. 1
    • President's Greeting, Annual Meeting, 1915.
      • THOS. E. CASHMAN, PRESIDENT.
    • Annual Meeting, 1915, Minnesota State Horticultural Society.
      • A. W. LATHAM, SECRETARY.
      • PROGRAM.
      • Prof. N. E. Hansen, Toastmaster.
    • Award of Premiums, Annual Meeting, 1915, Minnesota State Horticultural Society.
      • VEGETABLES.
        • COLLECTION OF APPLES.
        • SINGLE PLATES OF APPLES.
        • SEEDLING APPLES.
        • COLLECTION OF TOP-WORKED APPLES.
        • PECKS OF APPLES.
        • BUSHEL BOXES OF APPLES.
        • BARRELS OF APPLES.
        • COLLECTION GRAPES.
        • NUTS.
        • PLANTS.
        • CUT FLOWERS.
        • FLOWERS.
    • Judging Contest of Hennepin County High Schools.
      • (Held at Annual Meeting, December 9, 1915.)
    • Fruit Judging Contest.
      • (At Annual Meeting, December, 1915.)
    • Annual Report, 1915, Collegeville Trial Station.
      • REV. JOHN B. KATZNER, SUPT.
    • Wintering of Bees.
      • FRANCIS JAGER, APIARIST, UNIVERSITY FARM, ST. PAUL.
    • The Currant as a Market Garden Product.
      • B. WALLNER, JR., WEST ST. PAUL.
    • Report of Committee on Examination of Minnesota State Fruit-Breeding Farm for the Year 1915.
      • DR. O. M. HUESTIS, MINNEAPOLIS; FRANK H. GIBBS, ST. ANTHONY PARK.
    • Marketing Fruit by Association.
      • A. N. GRAY, MGR. BAY LAKE FRUIT GROWERS' ASSN., DEERWOOD.
    • Evergreens for Both Utility and Ornament.
      • EARL FERRIS, NURSERYMAN, HAMPTON, IOWA.
    • Annual Report, 1915, Executive Board.
      • J. M. UNDERWOOD, CHAIRMAN
    • Annual Report of Treasurer, 1915.
      • GEO. W. STRAND, TAYLORS FALLS, TREASURER.
    • Annual Meeting, 1915, N. E. Iowa Horticultural Society.
      • C. E. SNYDER, PRESTON, DELEGATE
    • Orcharding in Minnesota.
      • RICHARD WELLINGTON, ASST. HORTICULTURIST, UNIVERSITY FARM, ST. PAUL.
    • My Experience with a Young Orchard.
      • ROY VIALL, SPRING VALLEY.
    • GARDEN HELPS
      • Conducted by Minnesota Garden Flower Society
        • Edited by Mrs. E. W. Gould, 2644 Humboldt Avenue So. Minneapolis.
    • SOME SUGGESTIONS FOR THE USE OF COAL ASHES—
    • SECRETARY'S CORNER
    • THE MINNESOTA HORTICULTURIST
      • Vol. 44    FEBRUARY, 1916    No. 2
      • OPEN LETTER TO MEMBERS OF THE
    • Minnesota State Horticultural Society
      • FROM ITS SECRETARY.
    • June-Bearing Strawberries.
      • GEO. J. KELLOGG, RETIRED NURSERYMAN, JANESVILLE, WIS.
    • Surprise Plum a Success.
      • C. A. PFEIFFER, WINONA.
    • Northeast Demonstration Farm and Station.
      • W. J. THOMPSON, SUPT., DULUTH.
    • Annual Report, 1915, West Concord Trial Station.
      • FRED COWLES, SUPT., WEST CONCORD.
    • Annual Report, 1915, Duluth Trial Station.
      • C. E. ROWE, SUPT., DULUTH.
    • Annual Report, 1915, Vice-President, Tenth Congressional District.
      • M. H. HEGERLE, SUPT., ST. BONIFACIUS.
    • Thirty Years in Raspberries.
      • GUST JOHNSON, RETIRED FRUIT GROWER, MINNEAPOLIS.
    • Annual Report, 1915, Nevis Trial Station.
      • JAS. ARROWOOD, SUPT., NEVIS.
    • New Fruits Originated at Minnesota Fruit-Breeding Farm.
      • CHAS. HARALSON, SUPT., EXCELSIOR.
    • Annual Meeting, 1915, Wisconsin Horticultural Society.
      • CHAS. HARALSON, EXCELSIOR, MINN., DELEGATE.
    • GARDEN HELPS
      • Conducted by Minnesota Garden Flower Society
        • Edited by Mrs. E. W. Gould, 2644 Humboldt Avenue So. Minneapolis.
    • BEE-KEEPER'S COLUMN.
      • Conducted by Francis Jager, Professor of Apiculture, University Farm, St. Paul.
    • SECRETARY'S CORNER
    • THE MINNESOTA HORTICULTURIST
      • Vol. 44    MARCH, 1916    No. 3
    • My Orchard Crop of 1915 from Start to Finish.
      • HAROLD SIMMONS, ORCHARDIST, HOWARD LAKE.
    • Annual Meeting. 1915, S. D. State Horticultural Society.
      • WM. PFAENDER, JR., NEW ULM, MINN., DELEGATE.
    • Annual Report, 1915, Sauk Rapids Trial Station.
      • MRS. JENNIE STAGER, SUPT.
    • Ravages of the Buffalo Tree Hopper.
    • Growing Tomatoes in Northern Minnesota.
      • REV. GEO. MICHAEL, WALKER, MINN.
    • Annual Report, 1915, Vice-President, Fourth Congressional District.
      • J. K. DIXON, NORTH ST. PAUL, MINN.
    • Annual Report, 1915, Mandan, N. D., Trial Station.
      • W. A. PETERSON, SUPT., MANDAN, N. D.
    • Fruit Growing a Successful Industry in Minnesota.
      • A. W. RICHARDSON, FRUIT GROWER, HOWARD LAKE, MINN.
    • Report of Committee on Horticultural Building.
      • S. P. CROSBY, CHAIRMAN, ST. PAUL.
    • Tomatoes for the Kitchen Garden.
      • C. W. PURDHAM, MARKET GARDENER, BROOKLYN CENTER.
    • Annual Report, 1915, Vice-President, First Congressional District.
      • F. I. HARRIS, LA CRESCENT, MINN.
    • Annual Report, 1915, Vice-President, Seventh Congressional District.
      • P. H. PETERSON, ATWATER, MINN.
    • Spraying the Orchard.
      • HON. H. M. DUNLAP, SAVOY, ILLS.
    • Everbearing Strawberries.
      • GEO. J. KELLOGG, JANESVILLE, WIS.
    • IN MEMORIAM—Mrs. Melissa J. Harris
      • Passed January 29, 1916.
    • EAT MINNESOTA APPLES.
      • Contributed monthly by R. S. Mackintosh, Horticulturist, Extension Division, University Farm, St. Paul.
      • FRUIT NOTES.
    • GARDEN HELPS
      • Conducted by Minnesota Garden Flower Society
        • Edited by Mrs. E. W. Gould, 2644 Humboldt Avenue So. Minneapolis.
      • Cypripedia, by Miss Clara Leavitt.
    • BEE-KEEPER'S COLUMN
      • Conducted by Frances Jager, Professor of Apiculture, University Farm, St. Paul.
      • IMPORTANCE OF GOOD QUEENS.
    • ENTOMOLOGICAL NOTES
      • RABBITS; RABBIT-PROOF FENCES; FIELD MICE.
      • PREPAREDNESS FOR (INSECT) WAR.
      • AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY IN ENTOMOLOGY.
    • SECRETARY'S CORNER
    • THE MINNESOTA HORTICULTURIST
      • Vol. 44    APRIL, 1916     No. 4
    • Dwarf Apple Trees.
      • DR. O. M. HUESTIS, MINNEAPOLIS.
    • Plums That We Already Have and Plums That Are on the Way.
      • The Brown Rot (Monilia) a Controlling Factor.
        • DEWAIN COOK, FRUIT GROWER, JEFFERS.
    • Spraying Plums for Brown Rot.
      • PROF. E. C. STAKMAN, MINN. EXP. STATION, UNIVERSITY FARM, ST. PAUL.
    • How Mr. Mansfield Grows Tomatoes.
      • MRS. JENNIE STAGER, SAUK RAPIDS.
    • Annual Report, 1915, Central Trial Station.
      • PROFS. LE ROY CADY AND R. WELLINGTON, UNIVERSITY FARM.
    • Rose Culture.
      • MARTIN FRYDHOLM, ALBERT LEA, MINN.
        • (Annual Meeting, 1916, So. Minn. Hort. Society.)
    • Asparagus by the Acre.
      • E. W. RECORD, MARKET GARDENER, BROOKLYN CENTER.
    • Annual Report, 1915, Vice-President, Second Congressional District.
      • JOHN BISBEE, MADELIA.
    • Annual Report, 1915, Vice-President, Fifth Congressional District.
      • CHAS. H. RAMSDELL, MINNEAPOLIS.
    • Annual Report, 1915, Vice-President, Sixth Congressional District.
      • E. W. MAYMAN, SAUK RAPIDS.
    • Annual Report, 1915, Vice-President, Ninth Congressional District.
      • MRS. H. E. WELD, MOORHEAD.
    • Annual Report, 1915, Madison Trial Station.
      • M. SOHOLT, SUPT.
    • Growing Beans and Sweet Corn.
      • P. B. MARIEN, ST. PAUL.
    • IN MEMORIAM—MRS. E. CROSS.
    • GARDEN HELPS
      • Conducted by Minnesota Garden Flower Society
        • Edited by Mrs. E. W. Gould, 2644 Humboldt Avenue So. Minneapolis.
    • BEE-KEEPER'S COLUMN.
      • Conducted by Francis Jager, Professor of Apiculture, University Farm, St. Paul.
    • ORCHARD NOTES.
      • Conducted monthly by R. S. Mackintosh, Horticulturist, Extension Division, University Farm, St. Paul.
      • HOME GARDEN.
    • NOTES ON PLANT PESTS.
      • Prepared by Section of Insect Pests, A. G. Ruggles, and by Section of Plant Diseases, E. C. Stakman, University Farm.
    • SECRETARY'S CORNER
    • THE MINNESOTA HORTICULTURIST
      • Vol. 44    MAY, 1916    No. 5
    • What is Hardiness?
      • PROF. N. E. HANSEN, HORTICULTURIST, BROOKINGS, S. D.
    • Standardizing Minnesota Potatoes.
      • A. W. AAMODT, UNIVERSITY FARM, ST. PAUL.
      • (Gideon Memorial Contest.)
    • Annual Report, 1915, Vice-President, Eighth Congressional District.
      • FRANK H. CUTTING, DULUTH.
    • Annual Report, 1915, Paynesville Trial Station.
      • FRANK BROWN, SUPT.
    • Annual Report, 1915, Jeffers Trial Station.
      • DEWAIN COOK, SUPT.
    • Annual Report, 1915, Montevideo Trial Station.
      • LYCURGUS R. MOYER, SUPT.
    • The Growing of Vegetables for Canning.
      • M. H. HEGERLE, PRES. CANNING FACTORY, ST. BONIFACIUS.
    • Top-Grafting.
      • AN EXERCISE LED BY A. J. PHILIPS, WEST SALEM, WIS., AT 1915 ANNUAL MEETING OF THE SOCIETY.
    • Spraying the Orchard.
      • HON. H. M. DUNLAP, SAVOY, ILLS.
        • (Continued from March No.)
    • The Value of Horticulture to the Farm.
      • MRS. CLARENCE WEDGE, ALBERT LEA.
    • The Strawberry Weevil.
    • Secretary's Annual Report, 1915.
      • A. W. LATHAM, SECRETARY.
    • Secretary's Financial Report, 1915.
      • A. W. LATHAM, SECRETARY.
    • SUMMER MEETING, 1916.
      • Premium List, Summer Meeting, 1916.
        • No Duplicating of Varieties Permitted.
        • OUT-DOOR ROSES.
        • PEONIES.
      • ANNUALS AND PERENNIALS.
        • STRAWBERRIES.
        • One quart of each variety, to be shown on plate, not in box.
    • GARDEN HELPS
      • Conducted by Minnesota Garden Flower Society
        • Edited by Mrs. E. W. Gould, 2644 Humboldt Avenue So. Minneapolis.
      • A SHAKESPEARE GARDEN.
    • ENTOMOLOGICAL NOTES
      • SUGGESTIONS TO PARTIES PLANNING TO PURCHASE NURSERY STOCK.
      • CROWN GALL ON RASPBERRIES BLACKBERRIES.
      • THE DESTRUCTION OF A CARLOAD OF DISEASED POTATOES.
    • NOTES ON PLANT PESTS.
      • Prepared by Section of Insect Pests, A. G. Ruggles, and by Section of Plant Diseases, E. C. Stakman, University Farm.
    • BEE-KEEPER'S COLUMN
      • Conducted by Francis Jager, Professor of Apiculture, University Farm, St. Paul.
      • COMB HONEY, EXTRACTED HONEY, AND INCREASE.
    • THE MINNESOTA HORTICULTURIST
      • Vol. 44    JUNE, 1916    No. 6
    • The State Flower and State Flag of Minnesota.
      • E. A. SMITH, VICE PRES. JEWELL NURS. CO., LAKE CITY.
    • Wisconsin State Horticultural Society.
      • REMARKS AT ANNUAL MEETING BY SECY. F. CRANEFIELD, MADISON, WIS.
    • Marketing Fruit Direct.
      • H. G. STREET, HEBRON, ILL.
    • A Satisfactory Marketing System.
      • G. A. ANDERSON, RENVILLE.
    • A Successful Cold Storage for Apples.
      • H. F. HANSEN, ORCHARDIST, ALBERT LEA.
    • The Plum Curculio.
      • EDWARD A. NELSON, UNIVERSITY FARM, ST. PAUL.
        • (Prize Winner at Gideon Memorial Contest.)
    • Increasing the Fertility of the Land.
      • PROF. F. J. ALWAY, DIVISION OF SOILS, UNIVERSITY FARM, ST. PAUL.
    • NOTICE OF SUMMER MEETING, 1916
      • A JOINT SESSION OF THE MINNESOTA STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY AND ITS AUXILIARIES, THE MINNESOTA STATE GARDEN FLOWER SOCIETY, THE MINNESOTA STATE BEE KEEPERS SOCIETY AND THE MINNESOTA STATE FLORISTS SOCIETY.
    • Premium List, Summer Meeting, 1916.
      • No Duplicating of Varieties Permitted.
        • OUT-DOOR ROSES.
        • PEONIES.
        • ANNUALS AND PERENNIALS.
        • STRAWBERRIES.
        • One quart of each variety, to be shown on plate, not in box.
    • GARDEN HELPS
      • Conducted by Minnesota Garden Flower Society
        • Edited by Mrs. E. W. Gould, 2644 Humboldt Avenue So. Minneapolis.
    • ENTOMOLOGICAL NOTES
      • A SILVER PRUNE IN BLOOM AT MINNETONKA.
      • THE WHITE PINE BLISTER RUST IN MINNESOTA.
      • THE ENGLISH SPARROW PEST.
    • BEE-KEEPER'S COLUMN.
      • Conducted by Francis Jager, Professor of Apiculture, University Farm, St. Paul.
      • COMB HONEY, EXTRACTED HONEY, AND INCREASE.
        • (Continued from May No.)
    • SECRETARY'S CORNER
    • THE MINNESOTA HORTICULTURIST
      • Vol. 44    JULY, 1916    No. 5
    • My Neighbor's Roses
    • SUMMER MEETING, 1916.
      • Minnesota State Horticultural Society
      • A Joint Session with its Auxiliaries, the Minnesota State Garden Flower Society, the Minnesota State Bee-Keepers Society and the Minnesota State Florists Society.
        • A. W. LATHAM, SECY.
    • Award of Premiums, Summer Meeting, 1916.
      • ROSES.
        • PEONIES.
        • ANNUALS AND PERENNIALS.
        • STRAWBERRIES.
    • Experiment Work of Chas. G. Patten, Charles City, Ia.
      • GEO. J. KELLOGG, LAKE MILLS, WIS.
    • MIDSUMMER REPORTS, 1916.
    • Collegeville Trial Station.
      • REV. JOHN B. KATZNER, SUPT.
    • Jeffers Trial Station.
      • DEWAIN COOK, SUPT.
    • La Crescent Trial Station.
      • D. C. WEBSTER, SUPT.
    • Mandan, N. D., Trial Station.
      • (Northern Great Plains Field Station.)
      • W. A. PETERSON, SUPT.
    • Montevideo Trial Station.
      • LYCURGUS R. MOYER, SUPT.
    • Nevis Trial Station.
      • JAS. ARROWOOD, SUPT.
    • Owatonna Trial Station.
      • THOS. E. CASHMAN, SUPT.
    • Paynesville Trial Station.
      • FRANK BROWN, SUPT.
    • Sauk Rapids Trial Station.
      • MRS. JENNIE STAGER, SUPT.
    • West Concord Trial Station.
      • FRED COWLES, SUPT.
    • Orcharding in Minnesota.
      • DISCUSSION LED BY PROF. RICHARD WELLINGTON, UNIVERSITY FARM.
    • The Society Library.
    • GARDEN HELPS
      • Conducted by Minnesota Garden Flower Society
        • Edited by Mrs. E. W. Gould, 2644 Humboldt Avenue So. Minneapolis.
    • BEE-KEEPER'S COLUMN
      • Conducted by Francis Jager, Professor of Apiculture, University Farm, St. Paul.
      • INCREASING COLONIES (Continued from June No.)
    • THE MINNESOTA HORTICULTURIST
      • Vol. 44    AUGUST, 1916    No. 8
    • How May University Farm and the Minnesota State Horticultural Society be Mutually Helpful in Developing the Farms and Homes of the Northwest?
      • A. F. WOODS, DEAN AND DIRECTOR, DEPT. OF AGRI., UNIVERSITY OF MINN., ST. PAUL.
    • The Horticulturist as King.
      • C. S. HARRISON, NURSERYMAN, YORK, NEB.
    • The Newer Fruits in 1915 and How Secured.
      • PROF. N. E. HANSEN, STATE COLLEGE, BROOKINGS, SOUTH DAKOTA.
    • Manufacture of Cider Vinegar from Minnesota Apples.
      • PROF. W. G. BRIERLY, HORT. DEPT., UNIVERSITY FARM, ST. PAUL.
    • A Summer in Our Garden.
      • MRS. GERTRUDE ELLIS SKINNER, AUSTIN.
    • Bringing the Producer and Consumer Together.
      • R. S. MACKINTOSH, HORTICULTURAL SPECIALIST, AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION DIVISION, UNIVERSITY FARM, ST. PAUL.
    • GARDEN HELPS
      • Conducted by Minnesota Garden Flower Society
        • Edited by Mrs. E. W. Gould, 2644 Humboldt Avenue So. Minneapolis.
      • HARDY CHRYSANTHEMUMS.
    • BEE-KEEPER'S COLUMN.
      • Conducted by Francis Jager, Professor of Apiculture, University Farm, St. Paul.
    • ORCHARD NOTES.
      • Conducted monthly by R. S. Mackintosh, Horticulturist, Extension Division, University Farm, St. Paul.
    • THE MINNESOTA HORTICULTURIST
      • Vol. 44    SEPTEMBER, 1916    No. 9
    • The Pergola—Its Use and Misuse, Convenience and Expense.
      • CHAS. H. RAMSDELL, LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT, MINNEAPOLIS.
    • Packing and Marketing Apples.
      • H. M. DUNLAP, PRES. ILL. ORCHARD CO., SAVOY, ILLS.
    • Marketing Fruit at Mankato.
      • P. L. KEENE, UNIVERSITY FARM, ST. PAUL.
        • (Gideon Memorial Contest.)
    • Support for an Overloaded Fruit Tree.
      • MISS NELLIE B. PENDERGAST, DULUTH.
    • What Frisky is Telling the Veteran Horticulturist.
      • CHAS. F. GARDNER, OSAGE, IOWA.
    • Top-Working.
      • O. W. MOORE, VETERAN HORTICULTURIST, SPRING VALLEY.
    • Evergreens.
      • JENS A. JENSEN, ROSE CREEK.
    • IN MEMORIAM—EZRA F. PABODY
    • Bread Cast upon the Waters.
      • C. S. HARRISON, YORK, NEB.
    • SECRETARY'S CORNER
    • GARDEN HELPS
      • Conducted by Minnesota Garden Flower Society
        • Edited by Mrs. B. W. Gould, 2644 Humboldt Avenue So. Minneapolis.
      • GARDEN HELPS FOR SEPTEMBER.
    • ORCHARD NOTES.
      • Conducted monthly by R. S. Mackintosh, Horticulturalist, Extension Division, University Farm, St. Paul.
      • A CONFERENCE OF HORTICULTURAL EXTENSION WORKERS.
      • HORTICULTURAL TOUR IN WESTERN IOWA AND EASTERN NEBRASKA.
    • THE MINNESOTA HORTICULTURIST
      • Vol. 44    OCTOBER, 1916    No. 10
    • Camping on the Yellowstone Trail.
      • CLARENCE WEDGE, NURSERYMAN, ALBERT LEA, MINN.
    • The Minnesota Orchard.
      • A QUESTION AND ANSWER EXERCISE LED BY J. P. ANDREWS, NURSERYMAN, FARIBAULT.
    • City "Foresters" and Municipal Forests.
      • PROF. E. G. CHENEY, UNIVERSITY FARM, ST. PAUL.
    • The Salome Apple.
      • H. W. HARRISON, ROCHESTER, MINN. SO. MINN. HORT. SOCIETY.
    • How May the State University and the Horticultural Society Best Co-Operate?
      • GEO. E. VINCENT, PRESIDENT MINN. STATE UNIVERSITY, MINNEAPOLIS.
    • The Shelter Belt for Orchard and Home Grounds.
      • A DISCUSSION LED BY JOHN W. MAHER, NURSERYMAN, DEVILS LAKE, N. DAK.
    • My Color Scheme.
      • MRS. R. P. BOYINGTON, NEMADJI.
    • My Experience in Grape Culture.
      • JOSEPH TUCKER, AUSTIN. SO. MINN. HORT. SOCIETY
    • Protect the Garden against Winter Weather.
      • U. S. DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE.
    • Growing Asparagus.
      • A DISCUSSION LED BY E. W. RECORD, MARKET GARDENER, BROOKLYN CENTER.
    • The Running Out of Varieties.
      • PROF. C. B. WALDRON, HORTICULTURIST, AGRI. COLLEGE, N. D.
    • GARDEN HELPS
      • Conducted by Minnesota Garden Flower Society
        • Edited by Mrs. E. W. Gould, 2644 Humboldt Avenue So. Minneapolis.
      • FOR OUR ROSE GROWERS.
    • THE MINNESOTA HORTICULTURIST
      • Vol. 44    NOVEMBER, 1916     No. 11
    • Peonies—Old and New.
      • A. M. BRAND, NURSERYMAN, FARIBAULT.
    • Fruit Retail Methods and Costs.
      • CLARENCE W. MOOMAW AND M. M. STEWART, FRUIT AND PRODUCE MARKETERS, PORTLAND, OREGON.
    • Raspberries.
      • F. C. ERKEL, FRUIT GROWER, ROCKFORD.
    • The Flower Garden.
      • (AN EXERCISE LED BY G. C. HAWKINS, FLORIST, MINNEAPOLIS, AT THE 1915 ANNUAL MEETING.)
    • Blueberry Culture.
      • U. S. DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE.
    • Hardy Perennials.
      • MISS GRACE E. KIMBALL, WALTHAM.
    • Why Should We Grow Seedling Apples?
      • ISAAC JOHNSON, WEST UNION, IA.
    • Planting for Color Effects in the Garden.
      • MRS. H. B. TILLOTSON, MINNEAPOLIS.
    • The Fall-Bearing Strawberries.
      • CHARLES F. GARDNER, NURSERYMAN, OSAGE, IA.
        • (SO. MINN. HORT. SOCIETY.)
    • Heredity in Gladioli.
      • G. D. BLACK, GLADIOLUS SPECIALIST, INDEPENDENCE, IA.
        • (SO. MINN. HORT. SOCIETY.)
    • Civic Improvement.
      • MRS. ALBERTSON, PRES. CIVIC IMPROVEMENT LEAGUE, AUSTIN.
    • BEE-KEEPER'S COLUMN.
      • Conducted by Francis Jager, Professor of Apiculture, University Farm, St. Paul.
    • GARDEN HELPS
      • Conducted by Minnesota Garden Flower Society
        • Edited by Mrs. E. W. Gould, 2644 Humboldt Avenue So. Minneapolis.
    • SECRETARY'S CORNER
    • THE MINNESOTA HORTICULTURIST
      • Vol. 44    DECEMBER, 1916    No. 12
    • Perennial Garden at Carmarken, White Bear.
      • J. W. TAYLOR, ST. PAUL.
    • The Minnesota State Fruit-Breeding Farm.
      • CHAS. HARALSON, SUPT., EXCELSIOR.
    • Color Combinations in the Garden.
      • MISS ELIZABETH STARR, 2224 FREMONT SO., MINNEAPOLIS.
    • Truck Crop and Garden Insects.
      • AN EXERCISE LED BY PROF. WM. MOORE, ENTOMOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT, UNIVERSITY FARM, ST. PAUL.
    • The Wealthy Apple.
      • F. H. BALLOU.
        • (THE OPINION OF AN OHIO APPLE GROWER—FROM A BULLETIN ISSUED BY OHIO STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.)
    • Law Fixes Standards for Containers for Fruits, Berries and Vegetables in Interstate Commerce.
      • (TAKEN FROM "WISCONSIN HORTICULTURE," THE ORGAN OF WIS. STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.)
    • The Rhubarb Plant.
      • LUDVIG MOSBAEK, ASKOV.
    • The Greenhouse versus Hotbeds.
      • FRANK H. GIBBS, MARKET GARDENER, ST. ANTHONY PARK.
    • An Ideal Flower Garden for a Country Home.
      • M. H. WETHERBEE, FLORIST, CHARLES CITY, IOWA.
    • The Planting and Care of Hardy Perennials.
      • MISS GRACE E. KIMBALL, WALTHAM. (SO. MINN. HORT. SOCIETY.)
    • IN MEMORIAM—J. F. BENJAMIN.
      • PASSED JULY 15, 1916. AGED 59 YEARS.
    • PROGRAM 50th ANNUAL MEETING
    • Our Semi-Centennial Anniversary
      • Minnesota State Horticultural Society,
        • To be held in the West Hotel, Minneapolis, December 5, 6, 7, 8, 1916.
        • A Great Program.
        • DEMONSTRATIONS.
        • IMPORTANT.
        • NOTICE OF BEE-KEEPERS' MEETING.
        • TUESDAY MORNING SESSION.
        • TUESDAY AFTERNOON SESSION.
        • TUESDAY EVENING SESSION.
        • MINNESOTA STATE FLORISTS' SOCIETY.
        • WEDNESDAY FORENOON SESSION.
        • WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON SESSION.
        • MINN. GARDEN FLOWER SOCIETY.
        • WEDNESDAY EVENING SESSION.
        • N. W. PEONY AND IRIS SOCIETY.
        • THURSDAY FORENOON SESSION.
        • THURSDAY AFTERNOON SESSION.
        • Annual Election of Officers.
        • FRIDAY FORENOON SESSION.
        • Plant Breeders' Auxiliary.
        • FRIDAY AFTERNOON.
    • PREMIUM LIST, ANNUAL MEETING, 1916.
      • Thos. Redpath, General Supt.
      • Geo. W. Strand, Clerk.
        • FLORAL DISPLAY.
        • PLANTS.
        • CUT FLOWERS.
        • VEGETABLES.
        • APPLES (not including crabs).
        • Pecks of Apples.
        • Top-Worked Apples.
        • BOXES AND BARRELS OF APPLES.
        • GRAPES.
        • $100 SEEDLING APPLE PRIZE.
        • NUTS.
      • Program Notes:
    • GARDEN HELPS
      • Conducted by Minnesota Garden Flower Society
        • Edited by Mrs. E. W. Gould, 2644 Humboldt Avenue So. Minneapolis.
    • SECRETARY'S CORNER
    • JOURNAL OF ANNUAL MEETING, 1915
    • Minnesota State Horticultural Society
      • Held on Second Floor of the West Hotel, Minneapolis, December 7, 8, 9 and 10, 1915.
        • Tuesday Morning Session, 10 o'clock.
        • December 7, 1915, Afternoon Session.
        • December 8, 1915, Morning Session.
        • December 8, 1915, Afternoon Session.
        • December 9, 1915, Morning Session.
        • December 9, 1915, Afternoon Session.
        • December 10, 1915, Morning Session.
        • Afternoon Session, at 1:30.
    • Records of Executive Board for 1916.
      • Record of meeting held in secretary's office 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 6, 1915.
        • Record of meeting of the board held in West Hotel 12:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 10, 1915.
        • Record of meeting held in the secretary's office June 22, 1916.
    • Additions to Society Library, 1916.
      • (For preceding list see page 492, Report 1916).
    • MEMBERSHIP, 1916
      • Annual Members.
      • Life Members.
      • Honorary Life Members.
      • Honorary Members for 1916.
    • INDEX
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