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Image from page 52 of “Seed annual 1908” (1908)

Identifier: seedannual19081908dmfe
Title: Seed annual 1908
Year: 1908 (1900s)
Authors: D.M. Ferry & Co Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Seed industry and trade Michigan Detroit Flowers Seeds Vegetables Seeds Nursery stock Gardening Equipment and supplies
Publisher: Detroit, Mich. : D.M. Ferry & 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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Field Peas will grow onland that will not produce clover. For dairy cows and for hogs, thej- are fully equal to corn and about six weeks earher. No. 1 White and Common White, market price; write for quotation. If Pe<xs are wanted by mail or express prepaid, add 10 cents per pint, 15 cents per quart for charges. Dwarf Champion A LARGE. VERY PRODUCTIVE MAIN CROP PEA OF SPLENDID QUALITY. Alderman VERY LARGEHANDSOME PODSDARKER IN COLORTHAN TELEPHONE.

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SEE FURTHER DESCRIPTIONSPAGE ^& JTUCB^tiSO 48 M FERRY & CO., DETROIT, MICH PEPPER Peppers are used very extensivelj^ as a condiment. In Mexico,the hot varieties are eaten raw as we would eat radishes, but thegreatest use is for seasoning other dishes. The large, thicktleshed. sweet varieties are eaten more extensively farther northand are served in various o-ays. gi-een or ripe, wfth vinegar andsalt, like tomato salad, or made into mangoes bj- cutting one side,removing seeds and filling with chow chow pickles. The culture of peppers is the same as for egg plant and theplants need quite as much heat to perfect them. Guano, hendung, or any other bird manure hoed into the surface soil whenthe plants are about six inches high, will wonderfully increase theprodiict and also improve the quality of the fruit.R^d CKerrv -^ second eai-iy sort. Plant tall, bearing a pro-ixcu Vx^icrrjr fusion of round, bright red fruit which~ is very pungent when ripe. The plant, when in fruit, is very h

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