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Page Barn, an hour in a great, 46; a splendid, 50; im-
Acre, products of a single

53
provement in

540
Acid, from oak timber
389 Basket, willow

84
Accident
35 Beans, and potatoes

497
Acknowledgments
121 Beautiful, and useful

396
Acorns, and cattle

112 Bee, look to your, 287; hive, peeps into, 450, 516;
Africans, no mathematicians
302 habits and instincts of

575
Agriculture, in North Carolina, 19; Mass. State Beef, the year-old

304
Board of, 66, 275; Maine State Board of, 352; Beetle, and moth hunting

368
Hawaiian, 355, 542; antiquity and dignity of, Beets, baked.

636
414; increased attention to, 430; the proper Berkshire County, cattle-show in

498
calling, 457, 561; study of, 478; advancement Birds, sensitiveness of, 86; houses for, 117, 155;
of, 495; instruction in, 573 ; war and

574 winter, migratory of New England, 155; cat,
Agricultural, Press, spirit of the, 37; addresses, 50;

384; don't shoot the, 207; of New England,
meetings, legislative, 88, 98; premiums, 187;

370; spare the, 212, 235; blue-birds, 272; in-
exhibitions, 437; Society, U.S., 439, 562; Fair,

stinct and affection of

493
U.S., 457; Vermont State, Society, 482; Middle Bison

228
sex North, Society, 486; Society, Vermont State, Blackberry, the New Rochelle, 148, 465; the white
officers of, 498; Society, Middlesex South, 509;

188, 267
Society, Worcester North, 511; Society, Essex, Black-knot, cure for

272, 341
520; Society, Hampshire, at Amberst
624 Black-leg, cure for

351
Agriculturist, Washington as an
409 Blight, frozen sap :

656
Almanac, the Old Farmer's

59 Book, a good, 157; new, 218; worms and dunces,
Amherst, show at .
524 364; knowledge

366
Animals, ruminating, 13; chloroform for domestic, Bones, cows gnawing, 103; weight of, in animals,
110; cruelty to, 219; foretelling the weather,

128; vs. guano, 294; old, 387; crumbling in
272; language of
467 asbes

547
Ants, battle of
317 Borer, apple-tree, 313 ; potato-stem

419
Annual, the Illustrated .
13 Bots, in horses, to prevent

335
Apple - apples, how long it takes to get, 30; crop Brakes, to kill pasture

418
in New England, 46; the Hurlbut, 25; orchards Bread, milk in

104
and the market, 43; trees, pruning, 54; selec-
Breeds

164
tion of, 62; a fine, 103; value of, 101; Ribstone Breeding, sheep

170
Pippin, 167; Red Russet, 290; Washington Roy. Bristol County, show in .

503
al, 231; Newtown Pippin, 233; Northern Spy, Brush, machine for chopping .

93
235; trees unfruitful, 327; dying, 354; tree Buckwheat, or turnips, 373; plowed under

634
borer, 313; seed, 405; American Summer Pear Budding, hints on, 349; with the Seckel pear 534
main, Cole's Quince, Garden Royal, Faineuse, or Building, concrete, 26; a new material .

459
Snow Apple, Red Astracan, 469; Winter-keeping, Bull, improved sbort-horn

49, 513,514
479; trees, what ails them, 451, 443; insects on, Business, other people's, 42; how to commence 474
389; Bethel Belle, 423; Progress, 442; sting. Butter, how to make good in winter, 134, 274; mak-
ing of, 418; large, 491; Morrison's Red, 496;

ing, 375; history of .

480
tree-worms, 508; seed, how to clean and plant, Burns, cure for

160
511; trees, what ails, 534; fine sweet, 551;

551, 552
Aphides, or plant-lice,

418

0.
Apricot, the peach, 433; fine

487
Appleton, Samuel .

87 Cabbages

375, 509
Aretic expedition, return of :

521 Calendar, for January, 9; February, 57; March,
Articles, in season .

342 105; April, 153; May, 201; June, 249; July,
Ashes, peat, 52; and plaster, 454; in agriculture, 297; August, 345; September, 393; October,
525; to crumble bones
647 441; November, 489; December

537
Asparagus
240, 509, 534 California, agricultural premiums in

27
Atmosphere, has the moon any

102 Calves, rearing, 276; tails and wind spavin, 290;

marked by first sire .
Candles, cheap and excellent.

28
B.
Canker-worms

15, 18, 458, 631, 649
Cape Cod, farms on

668
Bacon, curing without smoke.
568 Carbon, starch, sugar

453
Barberry

509 Carrots, how to raise, 135; the white, 178; and
Barley, four-rowed, 149; production of
483 water-melons, 231; value of

551

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Carolina Cultivator

169

D.
Cars, reading in the
455

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Caterpillars, how to destroy

231, 246, 330, 344 Dairies, 69, 164; products of
Cattle, importation of English into the United Days without nights

456
States, 39; to promote the health of, 41; winter Dew, the

532
care of, 49; native, take care of your, 111; acorns Ditching

389
and, 112; short-horn, 158; lice on, 189, 470; Dogs, al Newfoundland :

496
fatting, 368; soiling, 221; black-leg in, 326;
Drains

181
live and dead weight of, 223, 341; native and Draining, importance of

38, 48, 458
imported, 251; remove vermin from, 276; shap Drought

477
ing their horns, 304; shows, young men's, 372;
Ducks

130
and horses, remedy for chafes and galls on, 389;
attack by, upon a red wagon, 530; regularity in
feeding

548

E.
Cellar, cemented, 74; floors

362
Celery, earthing up

471 Earth, that we walk on, 300; internal structure of
Cement, pipes, water-rams
485 the.

375
Centenarians.
58 Economy, in the right place, i70; in cultivation

407
Charcoal, dust, 319; for wheat
544 Elephant, the farm

359
Chemistry, a feat in
79, 304, 458, 501 Enclosures

141
Cheese
294 Engine, farm steam

535
Cherries, and pears, 199; leaves, poison of, 386, 422; Essex County, Agricultural Society in

87, 520
trees
430 Expedition, return of Arctic .

521
Chloroform, for domestic animals
110 Exercise, out-of-door

440
Churns, shape and construction of
301, 352 Extravagance, short lecture upon

130
City, going to the, 260; and country life, 379; see Evergreens, transplanting

229
ing the

395
Clay

336
Classics, hints from the

239

F.
Clean, duty of being

405
Climate, thoughts on

204 Farm, a two-acre, 16; mortgages on, 118; experi-
Cloth, cotton, for hot-beds

551 mental, 260; elephant, 359; supports all, 399;
Clover, what it is made of
506 Mechi's model, 446; on Cape Cod

558
Club, Concord farmers', 55, 545; farmers', 95; Farmer, Tippecanoe, 27; for December, 38; for

Bethel farmers', 156; farmers', Lexington 517 January, 78; for February, 140; for March,
Coal-ashes

387 189; practical hints to the, 47; official visits to,
Cockroach, riddance of

329 67; Western, 148; country, and city mechanics,
Cocksfoot thorn

405 213; how a thriftless was reformed, 217; a few
Cold, a bad

539 facts for, 258 ; duties of, to his family, 289;
Colt, Gifford Morgan,
vi.

97 why discontented, 421; wants to be a, 487; dis-
Common things

288 advantages of the, 454; books for the, 197, 487;
Comforts, no, the secret.

33 meeting of the, at Hillsboro', New Hampshire,
Consolation fit for an emperor

379; high schoool for, in Pennsylvania, 404;
County transactions

171

sources of pleasure for, 431;, duty of the, as a
County shows

442 citizen, 331; facts for, 530; a young, 542; the
Consumptives, advice to
55 Monthly

570
Country, a home in, 36; farmers, and city me Farming, why despised, 107; in Iowa, i40; profits
chanics

213, 311 of, 243; poor, an expensive business, 339; pre-
Counterfeiting, photographic .
97

588

judice against, 347; an easier way than
Corn, and cob'meal, 108, 280; planter, Wakefield's Fence, wire, made by machinery, 80; cheap, 103;
hand, 161; crop, 162; planters, a word on, 232;

what does it cost to, 185, 386; cheap
fodder, 243, 284; planter, 267; mixing different Fertilizers, how to use, 242; cheap, 315; how to
varieties, and cutting the stalks, 307; carrying,

cheat in, 247, 343; and flowers

266
on the Russian steppes, 394; stooking, 507;
Fields, time for thought in the

303
barvesting, 508 ; beetles on, 534 ; green, for
Fire, wood, 87; system, lecture on

219
soiling
573 Fish

188
Cob, and corn meal

108 Flour, and meal, preserving, 203; in New Hamp-
Cork, where it comes from

211
shire.

457
Cottage, bracketed with veranda, 32; a suburban 176 Fodder, green corn for

468
Cow, how to make give down milk, 31; best food Food, change of, 20; new, for sheep, 21; what a
for milch, 26; a good, 52; remarks on the, 60,

man can live on, 69; what shall we eat, 71; re-
82, 128; gnawing bones, 103; dairy, 198; Mr.

lative value of, 90; the cheapest, 275; fish as,
Clark's, 143; sudden death of, 197; the Oakes

279; nutritive qualities of, 321; convenient and
prize, 274, 312; what a native is, 283; holding

wholesome

440
up her milk, 351; working of, 359; hay for, in Forests, thinning

37, 147
summer, 374; what constitutes one of native Fowls, hints on the breeding of, 54; to prevent from
breed, 436; how to prevent and cure a kicking,

scratching

327
457; the Tewksbury, 514; working

546 Fruit, good, 12; preserving, 72; trees, keep straight,
Crab-apple, to preserve

536 332; effect of winter on, 339; green lice on,
Cranberries, culture of

552 352; trees, special manures for, 357; profits of,
Cranes, dancing
468 357; how to grow good

548
Criticisms

60, 110 Frost, as a manure, 55; early and destructive 452
Crop, injury to the wheat, 403, 418; and season Furniture, home-made

45
in Northern New York, 423; potato

439, 471, 480
Crops, measurement of, 91; the barley, 103; corn,
63, 162; the value of root, 75; root, 234, 282;

G.
and weather

556
Cucumbers
423 Galls, on horses

408
Curculio, 58, 307; does it puncture the apple 374, 378 Garden, vegetables, 197; a mechanic's, 208; our,
Currants

182

209; a walk in my, 423, 430, 435; how to en-
Custard-pies without eggs

536 rich a, 223; the flower, 262; a morning in a
Cutter, Gales' straw
17, 52 market, 444; a fruit, in New Hampshire

518

480

232, 405

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63, 226

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Garget, to cure

247, 276, 336, 470

J.

Gas, lime

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Glass, American, plate

303 Jaw, wolf on .

504

Goldfish and trout

388 Jelly, to make good

536

Goose

385 Journal, the Veterinary .

502

Gooseberries, 551, Houghton's seedling

423

Grape, the Concord, 11, 70, 150; the Diana, 62;

pruning the, 144; vine, plant a, 252; to prevent,

K.

from bleeding, 327; and wine, 373; vine of the,

423; a fine, 501; how to eat

523 Knife, new budding

274

Grubs, in corn
372 Kohe Rabi, notice of

551

Gum, Musquite

75

Grafting, large limbs, 263; and pruning fruit-trees,

264; young trees

555

L.

Grain, crops, 35; cutting of, 390; high prices of

flour and

478 Labor, 20; serf, in Poland, 94; good pay for a lit-

Granite State, light from

360 tle, 112; in state alms-houses, 114; and luxury,
Grass, witch or piper, 12, 48; couch, 103; cock's-

269; the price of, 361; design and usefulness of,
foot or orchard, 180; rye and lucerne, 231; to

413; and farm wages, 437, 454; saving machi-
get poor lands into, 321; cutting of
380 nery, 400, 449; a view of .

443
Grasshopper-traps

497 Land, reclaiming swamp, 191; low, 267; hard and

Gravel walls,

226, 281, 335, 526 stony, 279; how to manage stubble, 282; mow-

Ground, about the house, 146; culture of stony, ing, grazing

551

261; nuts

302 Landmarks, ancient

64

Guano, talk about, 22; more about, 25; use of, 126, Language of animals

467

154, 182, 216; and super-phosphate, 168, 218; Lawns, mowing

180
an experiment with, 180; a word in season Leaves, use of, 302; power to absorb heat, 337, 435;
about, 149; per acre, 149; and muck, 246; and

for litter

539
other things, 255; with rye straw, 186; home- Legislature, agricultural meetings of the, 88, 98, 115, 124,
made, 230; for a single year, 291, 387; and

138, 150, 162, 172, 183, 194, 210, 227
bones, 294, 333, 352; experiments with

452 Letter, from the homestead, 396, 462; from H. F.
French, 166, 322; from Prof. Nash

265
Lexington, farmers' club

517
Lice, on cattle, 189, 476; plant

418
Lime, gas, 53, 63, 387; muriate of, 245, 512; will

H.

destroy sorrel, 422 ; and canker-worms, 458;

chloride of home-made

395

Lunar influences

123, 135, 364, 398

Hail-storm

418

Hay, salt, 27; cotton, and cider press, Fay's, 440;

Locust, trees, 253; insect, 362; seventeen-year, 388, 470

Love-letter, floral

498
maker, 337; for cows in summer, 374; caps

389
Lumbering

275

Harvest, 343; corn

478

Hedge, hemlock, 500, 512; an evergreen

571

Health

311

Hemlock, peeling, 267; hedges

M.

500

Hens, profits of, 84, 191; the boys and the,

247

Highway, work on

Machine, for chopping brush, 93; mowing, 104, 320;

382

Hoe, the wheel

Manny's improved mowing and reaping, 225;

199, 241
Wheeler's washing, 353; for hoeing -

369
Hoeing in dry weather
252, 377 Machinery, labor-saving.

400, 449

Hog, a fine

231, 280

Madder, culture of .

305

Holdfast, what will cure

182

Maggot, to destroy the onion .

373

Home, in the country, 35; for all

61

Hops, 551; culture of

Manure, frost as a, 55; for the garden, 149; how to

117, 290, 528
Horns, young cattle, 103; shaping

304

apply, 232; muscle-bed for, 181; waste of, 220;
Horse, training for the saddle, 64; training a balky,

fruit-trees in early spring, 252; specific, 270,

339; how much do we use on an acre, 254, 437;
240; Morgan, 209; Sherman Morgan, 304; Ara.

long and short, 253; with blacksmith's cinders,
bian Imaum, 330; to prevent bots in, 335; train-

352; special, for fruit-trees, 357; gas-water for,
ing for saddle, 350; and rats in Paris, 363;

387; chip, 387; salt as a, 435, 455; peat for,
docking, 365; remedy for chafes and galls on,

464, 500; charcoal as a, 571; granite dust a rich

389, 408; power, 418; biles on, 418; to make

land

572

carry his tail straight, 437; provender for, 443;

Manuring, 24, 352; with blacksmith's cinders, 352;
inquiries about, 444; short chapter on, 461; ex-

a fact in

459
pense of keeping, 488; feeding and tending,
Marlboro', Massachusetts

348

505; wind-sucking by, 519; a plea for the, 523;

Market, London vegetablo, 19; a glance at Wash-

trotting

534
House, ice, 29; concrete, 103; grounds about, 146; ington City, 92; the greatest grain, in the world 206

Matter, organic and inorganic.

34
stone, 415; paint for, 420; design for a small
Meadow-land, reclaiming

351

farm.

416

Meal, corn and cob, 108; and flour, preserving,

203; oat, and the intellect

530

Meanness does not pay

363

Meat, effects of heat upon

472

Mechanic, what he can do on a farm, 214; city, and

I.

country farmers

213

Medford, history of

328

Ice-house

29 Medley, a

14

Implements, French garden, 25; agricultural 30 Meetings, legislative agricultural, 88, 98, 115, 125, 138,
Improvement, room for, 375; ours an age of 449, 459

150, 162, 172, 183, 194, 210, 227
Incident, beautiful .
104 Melon apple

456

Indigestion, causes of

576 Messenger, Black-hawk :

257

Insects on apple-trees, 389; of commerce

553 Middlesex, South, Agricultural Society, 609; County
Iowa, farming in, 140; prices and weather in, 225;

cattle show

514
items about
377 Mills, grinding

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Oatmeal and the intellect

530

R.

Onions, 571; blight upon

469
Orchard, apple, and the market, 43; setting 238 Rain, the philosophy of, 259; from the roofs . 544
Osier
231 Randolph, John

29
Oxen, mammoth

25 Rape, or Cole, culture of

309, 372, 420, 442
Oyster
199 Raspberry, Antwerp

560

Rats, and horses, in Paris

363

Reading, and thinking, 341; in the cars

455

P.

Reapers

418

Reclaiming, swamp-lands, 191; meadow.land 335

Painting, a magnificent

25 Recipes

200, 248, 276, 295, 344, 392, 403, 488

Pastures, old, 438; sbort
445 Reports

265
Pea, nuts, and pop-corn, 119; champion of England, Rheumatism, cure for

388

435; weevils

242 Rhode Island State Fair

473

Peach, growing, 82; a China, 198; crop and cold, Rice, wild

569
259; trees, coal asbes for, 298, 430; gum in 534 Rods, divining

149
Pear, 58; culture of the, 68; Oswego Buerre and Roots, 319; bulbous

561

Buerre Diel, 185; tree, cultivation of, 192; Roses, standard climbing

65

trees, what shall I set, 197; experiments with Rumination, or remastication

285

seedlings, 199; cherries and, 199; Dix, 327; Rural, taste, 332; affairs, taste in .

477

Napoleon and Urbaniste, 329; trees, disordered, Russia, how she treats her best generals .

109

419, 423; proper time for gathering, 436; bud- Rye, spring, 200; and the crops, 418, 438; a good

ding with the Seckel, 634; on quince, 551; Ms. product of

472

deleine and Osband

569

Peat, pulverized, 73; for manure

464

Photographic counterfeiting

97

S.

Pig, turnips for, 149, 309; and poultry, 365; a

thrifty

542 Salt, 63; for animals, 265; buy, 234; as a madure,

Piper or witch grass

12 435; for animals

544

Plant, new, 10; maturing, 44, 241; wintering cab. Sanatory substances

544

bage, 16; climbing, 215; sleep of, 266; hardy. School, to young men at, 143; Agricultural : 551
border, 280; can we see them grow
516 Season in Vermont

341

Plaster, 26, 67, 181; and ashes

454 Sebastopol, city of .

31

Plows, and plowing, fall, 11, 62, 67; and cut-worm, Seed, vitality of, 136; sowers, 208; grass, 246, 247;

34; breaking up, 52; horse, 52; plows, 262; planter, and manure-dropper, Woodward's im-

sandy soils, 233; and stone, 214; sub-soil, 291, proved, 288, 306; change of, 366; importance

293; double, 298; with an elephant, 328; plows, of sowing good, 402; apple, 405; save the best,

334, 352; for stony soil, 351; that don't clog, 507; to clean and plant apple, 511; corn, 507;

495; deep and shallow, 463; in drought philoso-

preservation of

541

phically considered
532 Shadbush

58

Plymouth County fair

503 Shade.

65

Plum, trees, 255, 475, 509; Washington, 481; roi Shakspeare, a hint from

263
in, 528; trees and plums
552 Sherman, Morgan horse

304
Poison of cherry-leaves

386, 422 Sheep, and wool, 14; new food for, 21; winter man-
Pork, poultry
aper than

72 agement of, 22; breeding, 170; cutting roots

Pone, bachelor's

536 for, 157, 205; quick work with, 274; tioks on,

Poland, serf-labor in

94

290, 326, 327, 359; skin, to cure with wool on,
Pomological Society, American

131, 136, 146 306; what are best, 351; crossing the breed of,
Potato, 58; cultivation of, 127; experiment with, 446; staggers in, 450; husbandry, in Massachu-
149, 205, 211, 237, 244, 246, 255, 342, 372; the setts, 545; maggots in

552
sweet, 237; State of Maine, 256, 478, 533; In- Shore, wonders of the sea

77
dian, or ground-nut, 291; small, 293, 324, 354, Shot, how made

402
419, 430, 432, 496, 516; great yield, 348; stem- Shrubs, to owners of oak and pine

382
borer, 419, 487; crop, 471, 502; for planting 534 Skunk cabbage

418
Portrait, how to get a
502 Soap, vs. hens and crows, 221; soft

302

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Soil, saline matter in, 120; analysis and specific Trout, and gold-fish

388

manures for, 270; true value of mineral ele. Tucker, Luther

28

ments in, 356; practical value of analysis of,

Turkey, domestic, i13; to kill grasshoppers, 119;

367; a yellow loam, 488; exbaustion of the 557 tenacity of life of the, 136; a big, 149; about

Society, American Pomological, 131, 136, 146; Es.

the .

229

sex County Agricultural, 87, 520; United States Turnip, and salt hay, 27; crop, 51; for pigs, 88,

Agricultural, 90, 173, 439, 445, 562 ; New-

149, 301; as feed for stock, 155; seeding down

Hampshire Agricultural 132; New-York Agri-

to grass with

404

cultural, 96; Vermont State, officers of, 498;

Norfolk Agricultural, 491; Worcester Agricul-

tural, 492; Middlesex, South, 509; Massachu-

U.

setts Horticultural, 528; Worcester, South, Ag-

ricultural, 535; what is respectable .

245 United States Agricultural Society . 90, 173, 439, 445

Solder.

342

Sparrow, the hedge

497

Spring, work, 200, 253; springs

223

V.

Squash, cultivation of the, 159; vines, 616; fine,

529

Squirrel, striped

456, 552 Vegetable, garden, 197; what are best for stock,

Stables, ventilation of

24 212; life, duration of

239

State, the way to build up a, 79; Granite, Agricul Vegetation, does the moon influence

360

tare, light from, 360; Fair, Rhode Island, 473; Ventilation of stables

24

New Hampshire

484 Vermont, weather and orops in

342

Statistics

327 Vetches .

148, 388

Steers, breaking
460 Veterinary Journal

502

Stock, to ascertain the weight of live, 12; what

vegetables are best for, 212; a show of dairy,

424; blood

554

W.

Stone, 20; and plows, 214; for building, 278;

houses

415 Wakefield's hand corn-planter

161

Stooking, corn
507 Wakefulness, cause and remedy

476
Strawberries, about raising,
207, 295 Walnuts, for pickling

301
Straw.cutter, Gales'
444 Walks, weeds in

77
Stump, puller, 362, 371, 427; removal of 398, 535 Wall, building, 438; gravel

526

Sun-scald, and pruning

175, 244 Warts, cure for

327

Sulphuric acid

180 Washington, city, an agricultural glimpse of, 85; as

Super-phosphate, and guano, 168, 218; of lime 228, 470 an agriculturist, 409; plum

481

Swallows

182, 547 Washing windows

250

Swamp, muck, 86; reclaiming

191, 267 Water, melons and carrots, 231; proof, 233; pipes,

Swine, profit of fattening

318 air in, 291; rams, and cement pipes

485

Webster, Noah

29

Weeds, the way they multiply

230, 438

T.

Wells, impure air in

77

West, the

554

Tap, root

255, 261 Weeping willow

369

Teacher, hints for .

104 Wheat, to prevent smut in, 18; spring, 52, 177;
Telescope, glasses

87 fact in regard to drilling, 319; winter, 339, 401;
Terms, scientific

111

summer, 268; crop, injury to the, 403; charcoal

Thimbleberry, white

290, 327 for

544

Thorn, cock's-foot .

405 Whitewash

177

Ticks on sheep

290, 326, 327, 359 Wilder, Marshall P.

102

Tillage, deep

329 Willow, machine for peeling, 40, 56; basket, 84, 93;

Timber, deadening, 16, 48; the decay of

468 culture of.

106, 149

Time, it will save

310 Wine, and grapes

373

Toads

294, 385, 406 Winter, cabbage-plants, how to, 16; management of

Tobacco, chewer cured, 493; use of
552 sheep in, 22; prepare for, 21; in Canada

292

Toil, dignity of

526 Wire fence

91

Traps, grasshopper

497 Wisconsin, things in

325

Transplanting

438 Witch-grass

48

Tree, the Argan, 56; pear, 123; planting, 120; Wood, destruction of, 37i; land, 265, 382; thrush 308

pruning apple, 122; American crab-apple, 135; Wool, and sheep, 14; American, in England

452

importance of forest, 137; treatment of pear, Wolf, on the jaw

504

149; raising apple, 157; setting out fruit, 159; Worcester, Agricultural Society, 492; South, Agri

pruning, 160; and sun-scald, 175; propagating

cultural Society

535

apple, 178; plum, 181, 182; pear, 192; graft Work, work!.

570

ing chestnut, 196; choice and culture of apple, Worms, canker, 15, 18, 426, 458; the cut, 34, 388;
203; legal protection to fruit, 206; pruning and wire, 155, 327; in corn-stalks, 259; grub, 351,
sun-scald, 244; praning and grafting, 264; lo 338, 372; red-headed, 470; onion, 327; apple,
cust, 253; plum, 255; sucker plum, 247; apple,

388; trapping of, 390 ; potato, 424 ; apple-

267; boiling water on fruit, 291; prevent mice

tree

608, 535

from girdling, 267; hemlock, 291; juniper, 318;

labelling fruit, 324; keep straight, 332; salt for

quince, 334; black knots on plum, 341; wash

Y.

for, 335; buttonwood, 386; insects on, 389;

barren plum, 471; apple, worms in, 508; peach, Year, close of the

576

gum in, 534; what ails the apple, 534; planting, Yo-Semity, valley of the

571
549; young, grafting, 555; coffee, in Maine 556 Young men, short history for

312, 372
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