. E. H. Hunt : seedsman . YELLOW GLOBE MANGEL, MANGEL WURZEL AND SUGAR BEETS. The following varieties are extensively grown for feeding stock. As they grow much lar- ger than the varieties cultivated for table use, tliey require more room, and should be sown in drills about two feet apart. The seeds sliould be dropped about two inches apart in the drills, and when strong enough, thinned out to twelve or fifteen inches in the row. The long varieties are best suited to a deep soil, and the globe sorts 1 succeed better than the long sorts on sandy soil. Sow to 6 MAMMOTH LONG RED MANGEL. Ricli soil is essential to pounds per acre. Mammoth Long Red. Grown extensively for agricultural purposes, producing large roots, partly above ground. A very heavy cropper, frequently producing forty to fifty tons to the acre; growing enormously in size, but of fine texture and quality. Oz., 5c.; ^ lb., 15c.; lb., 55c.; 10 lbs., by express, $4.00. Norbiton Giant. A very large growing long red variety with small tops. Oz., 5c.;^ lb., I SC, lb., 50c. Red Globe. Of large size, globular form, very productive. Oz., sc^-i^^ lb., 15c.; lb., 50c. Yellow Globe. Similar to tlie Red Globe, except in tlie color; it is iliouifht by many to be better for feeding to co\vs, as it is said to impart a rich color to the milk. Oz., Sc.; H lb., 15c.; lb ,50c.