Image from page 40 of “Farm and garden annual : spring 1907” (1907)
Title: Farm and garden annual : spring 1907
Year: 1907 (1900s)
Authors: Currie Brothers Company Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Flowers Seeds Catalogs Bulbs (Plants) Seeds Catalogs Vegetables Seeds Catalogs Nurseries (Horticulture) Catalogs Plants, Ornamental Catalogs
Publisher: Milwaukee, Wis. : Currie Bros.
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
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lf Dent For the North ^e consider this the most valuable Corn groTvn. than any of the Dent Sorts. This is an exceedingly valuable Corn for the Northwest, where tbeDent sorts cannot be depended upon to mature a crop in seasonslike the past two. The ears are a fair size, with eight rows ofbroad yellow kernels, half way between flint and Dent. Thestalks average 7 feet in height, the ears being set about 3feet from the ground. It possesses a remarkably healthyand vigorous constitution, thereby enabling it to with-stand all extremes in the weather much better than iJ?Hiany other, so that it continues to gro-w^ and matureunder conditions that would render any othersort a failure. Whatever the reason is it ap-pears to possess the faculty of growing un-der adverse circumstances, and is just theCorn for wet, cold seasons. Quart 15c (by rriail 30c per quart)peck 50c; bushel $1.25 2V2 bu=h-els $2.75. Matures a «eek. earlie: Our Seed Corn isall groTin from eare-fullj- .selected pedi-greed stock.
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EAELT WISCOXoI.N , illTE DENT. EARLY WISCONSIN WHITE DENT CORN. The E)arliest and Best WHUite Dent Corn. This is by far the best White Corn for the Northern latitudes. The stalks growto an average height of 8 feet, and are thickly furnished with foliage close to theground. The ears are large, with IG to 20 rows of large, deep kernels, which arecloselv set on a small white cob. It occupies the same place among White Dentsorts that King of the Earlies does in the yellow. In sections of Wisconsin where other varieties of Dent Corn are almostan entire failure immense crops of this handsome White Dent Corn are secured. Quart 15c (by mail 30c per quart;) peck 50c; bushel $1.25: 2% bushels $2.75. CURRIES PEDIGREE RED COB FODDER CORN. This variety is now grown in the large dairy regions of Wisconsin so exten-sively as almost to exclude all of the other so-called Fodder Corns, and the ver-dict is that it is the best. It is sweet, tender and Juicy; has short joints, abun-dance of leaves, and g
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