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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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ing a greatdrought resister and an immense yielder, producingmany tons of most nutritious green fodder to the acre.Specially fine for food for milch cows when pasture isshort.. Kaffir Com. -—Produces two to four iheadsfrom a single stalk. Stands drought wonderfully,and yields paying crops of grain or forage, even indry seasons when corn has utterly failed Thewhole stalk, as well as blades makes excellentfodder, and all stock eat it greedily. Sow in rowsthree feet apart, 5 pounds per acre; broadcast, 15pounds per acre. FIELD CORN.-FcId Horn. Golden Beauty.—A large, broad grainedyellow corn, with ears of perfect shape and verysmall cob. The richness of color and quality ofthe grain makes it a very superior variety. Earwell filled and very productive. Hickory King.—A large, broad grained whitecorn, and undoubtedly the smallest cob of anywhite corn ever produced. SEED WHEAT, RYE AND OATS. Special Prices on Ciover and Crass Seeds, 23 SEEDS AND IMPLEMENTS Insect Destroyers. Bug Death*
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The great merit of this Insecticide lies in itsnon-poisonous properties. No danger need be ap-prehended by the person applying it, nor will itinjUre animals, should they eat it—unless in largequantities. It does not render injurious the vege-tables or fruits to which it is applied, and yet it isprobably the best Insect Destroyer that has evenbeen^ offered. It is particularly useful for the pre-vention and destruction of Potato Bugs and allWorms and Insects that infest pur gardens. Five-pound.packages for 25 cts. Ten-poundpackage for 45 cts. Special prices on largerquantities in bulk. Bordeaux Mixture. Ready for use by simply adding water.One pound box, 20 cents, makes five gallonsspray; 6 pounds, $1.00, makes 30 gallons spray. Whale Oil Soap. Makes an elegant wash for trees and plantsvhere_ insects and eggs affect the bark, and forsmearing on the trunks of trees to prevent wormsfrom crawling up. One pound, 15 cts. Large quantities at specialprices. WATERS TREE PRUNER$. WatersTree P
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