The Minnesota Horticulturist: Annual report of the Minnesota State Horticultural Society, Svazek 32

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Bruce Publishing Company, 1904
 

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Strana 455 - I care not how men trace their ancestry, To ape or Adam ; let them please their whim ; But I in June am midway to believe A tree among my far progenitors, Such sympathy is mine with all the race, Such mutual recognition vaguely sweet There is between us.
Strana 34 - ... become known that the reports of much of the seismological investigations carried on in Japan will hereafter be published in the Japanese language only, and Whereas, This procedure is calculated to deprive most of the American students in this field of research of the advantages of this literature, be it Resolved, That this matter be brought to the attention of the National Research Council in the hope that the Council may provide that this literature be rendered into English, also that provision...
Strana 35 - ... necessary to survey, plan, or locate, or supervise the construction or repair of, the improvements necessary to carry out the purposes for which the district was formed; to construct, maintain and keep in repair any and all improvements, requisite or necessary to carry out the purposes of the district; and to do any and all other acts and things necessary or required for the protection of the lands in said district from damage from storm waters and from waters of any innavigable stream, watercourse,...
Strana 34 - That a committee of three be appointed by the president, of which he shall be chairman, to present in person a copy of these resolutions to his Excellency, Governor Van Sant.
Strana 226 - That any person liable to road tax, who shall transplant to the side of the public highway on his own premises any fruit, shade or forest trees, of suitable size, shall be allowed by the supervisor of roads or boards of supervisors of roads, where roads run through or adjoin cultivated fields, in abatement of his road tax, one dollar for every two trees set out...
Strana 150 - Those who survey the work done in this department will arrive at the conviction that, among all the numerous experiments made, not one has been carried out to such an extent and in such a way as to make it possible to determine the number of different forms under which the offspring of hybrids appear, or to arrange these forms with certainty according to their separate generations, or definitely to ascertain their statistical relations.
Strana 440 - ... but are not native to the United States, making in all so satisfactory a treatise that for many years it must remain our most reliable source of information in this line. In Dr. Pammel's Manual of Poisonous Plants, many medicinal weeds not of a poisonous nature are listed among the economic plants. The United States Department of Agriculture has issued a number of bulletins containing references to medicinal weeds, which are listed in the bibliography at the end of the volume. Many plants not...
Strana 446 - ... of the wife of his bosom and the mother of his children, and in the affliction of our other brother, Mr.
Strana 298 - ... wood growth, leaving the top bud on the side of the branch facing the direction to which it is intended to divert the growth. By this treatment there will be no difficulty in shaping the tree into any desired form. Open spaces in the tree may be closed up, as, for instance, •when the tree has been deprived of a necessary branch by accident or otherwise the loss may be recovered in time by pruning the adjoining branches so as to divert the growth into...
Strana 400 - An examination of 2367 children showed that 65 per cent, had decayed teeth, which were in need of dental care and treatment. We can easily imagine the suffering that would come from 203 decayed teeth. There is little question as to the effects of bad teeth on health and nutrition, and it does not require a great stretch of the imagination to believe that an aching tooth has many times been the first cause of irregularity in attendance at school, and every one knows that irregular school attendance...

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