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Cabbage, Cauliflower and Allied Vegetables

By C. L. Allen. A practical treatise on the various types and varieties of cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, kale, collards and kohl-rabi. An explanation is given of the requirements, conditions, cultivation and general management pertaining to the entire cabbage group. After this each class is treated separately and in detail. The chapter on seed raising is probably the most authoritative treatise on this subject ever published. Insects and fungi attacking this class of vegetables are given due attention. Illustrated. 126 pages. 5 x 7 inches. Cloth. . . . . . . . . . $0.50

Asparagus

By F. M. HEXAMER. This is the first book published in America which is exclusively devoted to the raising of asparagus for home use as well as for market. It is a practical and reliable treatise on the saving of the seed, raising of the plants, selection and preparation of the soil, planting, cultivation, manuring, cutting, bunching, packing, marketing, canning and drying, insect enemies, fungous diseases and every requirement to successful asparagus culture, special emphasis being given to the importance of asparagus as a farm and money crop. Illustrated. 174 pages. 5 x 7 inches. Cloth. . $0.50

The New Onion Culture

By T. GREINER. Rewritten, greatly enlarged and brought up to date. A new method of growing onions of largest size and yield, on less land, than can be raised by the old plan. Thousands of farmers and gardeners and many experiment stations have given it practical trials which have proved a success. A complete guide in growing onions with the greatest profit, explaining the whys and wherefores. Illustrateci. 5 x 7 inches. 140 pages. Cloth. . . . . . . . $0.50

The New Rhubarb Culture

A complete guide to dark forcing and field culture. Part 1-By J. E. MORSE, the well-known Michigan trucker and originator of the now famous and extremely profitable new methods of dark forcing and field culture. Part II--Compiled by G. B. FISKE. Other methods practiced by the most experienced market gardeners, greenhouse men and experimenters in all parts of America. Illustrated. 130 pages. 5 x 7 inches. Cloth. . . . . . . . . . . . $0.50 By F. D. COBURN. Its growth, uses, and feeding value. The fact that alfalfa thrives in almost any soil; that without reseeding, it goes on yielding two, three, four, and sometimes five cuttings annually for five, ten, or perhaps 100 years; and that either green or cured it is one of the most nutritious forage plants known, makes reliable information upon its production and uses of unusual interest. Such information is given in this volume for every part of America, by the highest authority. Illustrated. 164 pages. 5 x 7 inches. Cloth. $0.50

Ginseng, Its Cultivation, Harvesting, Marketing

and Market Value

By MAURICE G. KAINS, with a short account of its history and botany. It discusses in a practical way how to begin with either seeds or roots, soil, climate and location, preparation planting and maintenance of the beds, artificial propagation, manures, enemies, selection for market and for improvement, preparation for sale, and the profits that may be expected. This booklet is concisely written, well and profusely illustrated, and should be in the hands of all who expect to grow this drug to supply the export trade, and to add a new and profitable industry to their farms and gardens, without intersering with the regular work. New edition. Revised and enlarged. Illustrated. 5 x 7 inches. Cloth. . . . . $0.50

Landscape Gardening

By F. A. Waugh, professor of horticulture, university of Vermont. A treatise on the general principles governing outdoor art; with sundry suggestions for their application in the commoner problems of gardening. Every paragraph is short, terse and to the point, giving perfect clearness to the discussions at all points. In spite of the natural difficulty of presenting abstract principles the whole matter is made entirely plain even to the inexperienced reader. Illustrated. 152 pages. 5 x 7 inches. Cloth. . . . . . Net, $0.75

Hedges, Windbreaks, Shelters and Live Fences

By E. P. POWELL. A treatise on the planting, growth and management of hedge plants for country and suburban homes. It gives accurate directions concerning hedges; how to plant and how to treat them; and especially concerning windbreaks and shelters. It includes the whole art of making a delightful home, giving directions for nooks and balconies, for bird culture and for human comfort. Illustrated. 140 pages. 5 x 7 inches. Cloth. . . . . . . . . . $0.50

of Agriculture to me

A Compendium of Agricultural Science and Prac-
tice on Farm, Orchard and Garden Crops, and the

Feeding and Diseases of Farm Animals. ....
By EARLEY VERNON WILCOX, Ph. D.
and CLARENCE BEAMAN SMITH, M. S.
Associate Editors in the Office of Experiment Stations, United States

Department of Agriculture
T h is is a new, practical, and complete

presentation of the whole subject of ag-
riculture in its broadest sense. It is de-
signed for the use of agriculturists who

desire up-to-date, reliable information
on all matters pertaining to crops and stock, but
more particularly for the actual farmer. The
volume contains

Detailed directions for the culture of every

important field, orchard, and garden crop
grown in America, together with descriptions of
their chief insect pests and fungous diseases, and
remedies for their control. It contains an ac-
count of modern methods in feeding and handling
all farm stock, including poultry. The diseases
which affect different farm animals and poultry
are described, and the most recent remedies sug-
gested for controlling them.

Every bit of this vast mass of new and useful
information is authoritative, practical and easily
found, and no effort has been spared to include
all desirable details. There are between 6,000
and 7,000 topics covered in these references, and
it contains 700 royal 8vo pages and nearly 500
superb half-tone and other original illustrations,
making the most perfect Cyclopedia of Agricul-
ture ever attempted.
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