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Annual catalogue vegetable, field and flower seeds (1900) (20368845908)

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Annual catalogue vegetable, field and flower seeds (1900) (20368845908)

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Title: Annual catalogue vegetable, field & flower seeds
Identifier: CAT31284486 (find matches)
Year: 1900 (1900s)
Authors: O. W. Clark & Son; Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Nursery stock New York (State) Catalogs; Vegetables Seeds Catalogs; Flowers Seeds Catalogs; Fruit Catalogs; Gardening Equipment and supplies Catalogs
Publisher: Buffalo, N. Y. : O. W. Clark & Son
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library



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SELECT VEGETABLE, FIELD AND FLOWER SEEDS. ir CORN, SWEET OR SUGAR. French, Mais de Sucre. German, ^ucfer SBBelfcfiforn. Spanish, Mai':. Culture.—Plant about the middle of May, or as soon as the ground is dry (if planted too early, Corn is apt to rot), in hills 3 feet apart each way; 7 or 8 kernels in a hill ; hoe often, and draw up dirt to the stems; thin to 4 stalks, and break off side shoots. Use plenty of old, hue manure. For succession, plant every 2 or 3 weeks until last of July. First of All. The very earliest Sweet Corn, ripening nearly a week earlier than the Cory; superior quality ; ears medium sized and of delicate flavor. Qt. 20 cts., J^pk. 60 cts., pk. $1. Mammoth White Cory. For market pur- poses it will be found of great value; ears large; Corn is very sweet and of fine quality. Qt. 20 cts , )4pk. 60 cts., pk. $1. Moore's Early Concord. An excellent second early varietv of large size and fine flavor. Qt. 20 cts., Kpk. 60 cts., pk. $1. New Champion. A second early and very superior market sort; strong grower and heavy yielder; of finest table quality. Large-sized ears, 12 to 14-rowed. Qt. 20 cts., J^pk. 60 cts., pk. $1. Early Crosby. One of the best early sorts ; of dwarf habit; good-sized ears, with small kernels; a desirable sort. Qt. 20 cts., >^pk. 60 cts , pk. $1. Early Minnesota. Small ears of excellent quality ; very productive. Qt. 20c, >£pk. 60 cts., pk $1. Stowell's Evergreen. A favorite late, sweet variety, and largely grown by market-gardeners. Qt. 20 cts., )4pk. 60 cts., pk. $i. Black Mexican. Late ; very sweet, good. Qt. 20 cts , >4pk. 60cts., pk. $1. Late Mammoth. The largest variety grown. Qt. 20c, ^pk. 60 cts., pk. $1. FIELD AND ENSILAGE CORN. Early White Flint. A very desirable variety for field culture ; ears 8-rowed, about 10 inches long ; kernel white, very sound and heavy; very de- sirable sort for field culture. Bus. $1.25. Longfellow Flint. A standard variety for a main crop ; ears long, set low on the stalk, which grows tall ; color deep yellow, and similar to the Early White Flint. Bus. $1.25. Early Waterloo Dent. The earliest of the large-eared Dent varieties, and will mature in 100 days with favor- able corn weather. Bus. Ir.50. Pride of the North. Ears as large as Learning, and ma- tures a week earlier. Bus. $1.25. Learning. The best variety for ensilage or dry fodder, for which it is largely used. Bus. 80 cts. Red Cob Ensilage. Our stock of this well-known variety is genuine. Look for registered trademark on each bag. Bus. 75 cts. White Rice. A very choice white variety ; best for pop- ping ; may be sown thickly in rows ; requires ordinary Culture. BUS. $2. New Champion.
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