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Image from page 42 of “W.W. Rawson & Co. seedsmen / W.W. Rawson & Co.” (1899)

Image from page 42 of “W.W. Rawson & Co. seedsmen / W.W. Rawson & Co.” (1899)

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Identifier: wwrawsoncoseedsm1899wwra
Title: W.W. Rawson & Co. seedsmen / W.W. Rawson & Co.
Year: 1899 (1890s)
Authors: W.W. Rawson & Co W.W. Rawson & Co Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Nurseries (Horticulture) Massachusetts Boston Catalogs Nursery stock Massachusetts Boston Catalogs Vegetables Seeds Massachusetts Boston Catalogs Flowers Seeds Massachusetts Boston Catalogs Grasses Seeds Massachusetts Boston Catalogs Bulbs (Plants) Seeds Massachusetts Boston W.W. Rawson & Co Nurseries (Horticulture) Nursery stock Vegetables Flowers Grasses Bulbs (Plants) Perennials Trees Shrubs Fruit trees Fruit Gardening Seed industry and trade
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : W.W. Rawson & Co.
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library

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n sweet corn fodder over field sorts. We recommend itabove all others for sowing broadcast, or in drills, for sum-mer and early fall green feed during the summer months,helping out the shortness of summer feed, and keeping up asupply of milk. Per peck. .50 cts.; bush.. $1.50; 2 bush.. $2.75. Stowells Evergreen For fodder. Peck, 75 cts.; bush.. $2.-50. POP CORN. Queens Golden A choice variety of recent introduction. The stalks grow G feet high, and the large ears are pro-duced in abundance. Its quality and handsome appearance,when popped, are very noticeable. It pops perfectly white,and a single kernel will expand to a diameter of nearly 1Inch. Per pkt., 10 cts.; pt., 15 cts.; at- 25 cts. Rice, for Parching.—A very handsome variety. Ears, short:kernels long, pointed, and resemble rice: color, white. Veryprolific. Probably no variety of pop corn is superior tothis for parching. Per pkt.. 10 cts.; pt., 15 cts.; qt., 25 cts. RAWSONS FARM AND FORAGE SEEDS. 39 PARM, PORAGE AND SILO SPPDS.

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Vetches. BARLEY.—Common—Succeeds best on lands more sandy and lighter than those adapted to wheat. It is sown in the spring-, and can, be grown farther north than any other grain. Sow from 2 to bushels per acre (48 lbs. to the bushel.) Per bush., $1.25.BUCKWHEAT Japanese—Week earlier than the Silver Hull, and yields two or three times as much. This variety should be largely grown by those interested in Bee Culture. Per peck, 40 cts.; per bush., $1.25. Silver Hull Light gray color, varying slightly in shade, and the corners are much less prominent than in the ordinary vari-ety, while the husk is thinner. Per peck, 40 cts.; bush., $1.10. MIliLiET.—Hnngarian (see cut) (PanicumGermanicum).—An annual forage plant ofgreat value. It flourishes during the heat ofthe summer, remaining green when almostall other vegetation is dried up. It is oneof the very best plants for green fodder orfor ensilaging, and makes hay of the bestquality. Sow broadcast about one bushelof seed per acre, f

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