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Title: P. Mann & Co. farm, garden and lawn : annual for 1907
Year: 1907 (1900s)
Authors: P. Mann & Company Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Nurseries (Horticulture) Catalogs Nursery stock Catalogs Vegetables Seeds Catalogs Flowers Seeds Catalogs Gardening Equipment and supplies Catalogs Garden tools Catalogs
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : P. Mann
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
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pplication. X X Early. —This is one of the earliest pota-toes grown; it will bear heavy manuring withcommercial fertilizer, yields well; is free fromblight; potatoes come to eatable size very earlyand eat well. Rose color, but more oval in form;good for the farm or market garden. Stocklimited. New Queen.—A Seedling of the Beautyof Hebron, and resembles it; large, smooth andvigorous grower, of splendid table qualities, veryproductive. Early Northern.—Originated in Aroostook,introduced in 1892. A seeding of the Early Rose,which it much resembles in appearance; earlierthan Early Rose and more prolific. Table quali-ties unexcelled, very hardy. Green Mountain.—White skin, flat, ovalform, smooth, of good appearance; fine for thetable when well grown; ripens slowly and is agood keeper; valuable for late crops; now takingthe lead in all markets NEW JERSEY GROWN SEED SWEET POTATOES, Prices quoted on Application. 16 SEEDS AND IMPLEMENTS PUMPKIN One pound will plant from200 to 300 hills.
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L.AKGE CHEESE PUMPKIN. Culture.—The common practice is to drop two or threeseeds iuto every third or fourth hill in the cornfield ; may besown in hills, eight feet apart each way, four plants to eachhill. Cashaw, or CrOOkDCCk.—Large, light creamcolor, solid and sweet, very fine grained, splendid fortable or feeding stock. Packet, 5c. Ounce, loc. ^4pound, 20C. Pound, 75c. Ijarge Cheese.— A good cooking variety, cheeseshape, creamy yellow color, flesh fine grained, andone of the best for pies. Price per packet, 5c. Perounce, IOC. y^ pound, 20c. Pound, 6oc. JapaDese Pie. — Crooked-neck variety ; ex-tremely small seed cavity; nearly all solid meat;quality extra fine. Packet, 5c. Ounce, loc. ^pound, 20C. Pound, 60c. Larg^e Common Yellow Field (Yankee Cow Pumpkin, Connecticut Field.)—Hardiestof all Pumpkins, good for pies and stock -feeding. K pound, loc. Pound, 30c. Quart, 25c. PEAS. On account of the very short crop in some varieties of Peas prices are subject to change without
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