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Página 321 - ... in making such corrections they shall use cards readily distinguishable from those used as labels by exhibitors, appending a mark of doubtfulness in case of uncertainty. SECTION IV. EXAMINING AND AWARDING COMMITTEES. Rule 1. — In estimating the comparative values of collections of fruits committees are instructed to base such estimates strictly upon the varieties in such collections which shall have been correctly named by the exhibitor prior to action thereon by the committee on nomenclature....
Página 320 - Rule 2. — The society reserves the right, in case of long, inappropriate, or otherwise objectionable names to shorten, modify, or wholly change the same, when they shall occur in its discussions or reports; and also to recommend such changes for general adoption.
Página 320 - ... in charge. Rule 7. — Fruits or other articles intended for testing, or to be given away to visitors, spectators, or others, will be assigned a separate hall, room, or tent, in which they may be dispensed, at the pleasure of the exhibitor, who will not, however, be permitted to sell and deliver articles therein, nor to call attention to them in a boisterous or disorderly manner. SECTION III.
Página 30 - Later in the season he will examine botanically some of the remote parts of New Brunswick. MR. JARED G. SMITH, of the US Department of Agriculture, has been transferred from the Division of Agrostology, and after June 30 will be associated with Mr. OF Cook in the Section of Seed and Plant Introduction of the Division of Botany. DR. JN ROSE, of the US National Museum, left Washington about May I for an absence of three months in central and southern Mexico. He will make a special study of the genus...
Página iv - York," with perpetual succession, and power to use a common seal, and to alter the same at pleasure, and to sue and be sued, to take and hold by grant, purchase and devise real and personal property to an amount not exceeding one hundred thousand dollars...
Página 321 - In making the necessary corrections they shall, for the convenience of the examining and awarding committees, do the same at as early a period as practicable, and in making such corrections they shall use cards readily distinguishable from those used as labels by exhibitors, appending a mark of doubtfulness in case of uncertainty. SECTION IV. EXAMINING AND AWARDING COMMITTEES.
Página 98 - INTRODUCTION. The Revised Catalogue of Fruits prepared under the joint auspices of the American Pomological Society and the division of pomology of the United States Department of Agriculture is herewith submitted. In making this revision the chairman of the committee on revision has availed himself of the experience of his able predecessor, Hon. TT Lyon, and, through correspondence, of many practical pomologists. Many sources of information have been sought, and repeated efforts have been made to...
Página 320 - Rule 4. — In all cases of fruits intended to be examined and reported by committees, the name of the exhibitor, together with a complete list of the varieties exhibited by him, must be delivered to the Secretary of the Society on or before the first day of the exhibition.
Página 58 - All of this early fruit is picked by hand, and only the ripe fruit is gathered. Later in the season, particularly on "old burns," ie, on areas which will have to be burned over the next year, the fruit is gathered with a "blueberry rake." This is an implement somewhat similar to the cranberry rake in use on Cape Cod, and may be likened to a dust pan, the bottom of which is composed of stiff parallel wire rods. The fruit may be gathered much more quickly and more cheaply by means of the rake. The...
Página 269 - Peninsula and the Gulf Coast district. The successful culture of citrous and other subtropical fruits and nuts is restricted to the peninsula portion of Florida and to the delta of the Mississippi. Tropical species are only recommended for that portion of Florida lying south of latitude 27°. and are indicated by the letter s in connection with the starring. District No. 7. — Florida west of the Chattahoochee River and above 100 feet elevation, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Arkansas above...

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