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Identifier: 1915annualcatalo1915otto
Title: 1915 annual catalogue
Year: 1915 (1910s)
Authors: Otto Schwill & Company Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Nurseries (Horticulture) Tennessee Memphis Catalogs Nursery stock Tennessee Memphis Catalogs Flowers Tennessee Memphis Catalogs Vegetables Tennessee Memphis Catalogs Fruit Tennessee Memphis Catalogs Gardening Tennessee Memphis Equipment and supp
Publisher: Memphis, Tenn. : Otto Schwill & Company
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library

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is the earliest of all bigboll varieties, being only a week later than Kings Early.As a storm-proof cotton it beats all other cotton. A handcan pick more of it in a day than any other variety. Itmakes from 36 to 41 per cent of lint (thirty-six to forty-onepounds of lint to 100 pounds of seed cotton.) This cottonhas a strong, thrifty, deep-rooted, medium sized, well-shaped stalk ; bolls are usually five lock, very large and solid,therefore making more cotton than other spongy large bolls.Lint of the Triumph Cotton is silky and stronger than thatof any other variety. 1 1-16 to 1% inches in length. Bu.,$1.50; 10 bu., $14.00; ton, $75.00. Columbia Early Big Boll Staple Cotton—An improved bigboll staple variety. Plants tall and branching; length ofstaple, which is strong in texture, is 1% inches; large locksand will gin out 35 per cent. Will yield easily a bale tothe acre, and matures medium early, therefore well adaptedto all boll weevil sections. Bu., $1.50; 10 bu., $13.50; ton,$75.00.

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Norcross garden Cultivator. Best cheap tool made. You cannotafford to do without one. A smallboy can operate it with ease. Tinescan be adjusted or removed by sim-ply turning a nut; a fine tool for allgarden work. Price, 5 tooth Norcross Cultivator 75cPrice, 3 tooth Norcross Cultivator 50cPrice, Midget Norcross Cultivator 25cPostage Extra.

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