. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. 86 The Florists^ Review NOVBMBBU 1, 1917. origin. The first tree to be planted will be named for William Penn and it will be placed and dedicated by Governor Brumbaugh. Its location will be just inside the park at Third and "Walnut streets. THE CALIFORNIA MEETING. The 1917 convention of the California Nursorynien's Association dosed with a trip to Berkeley to attend the dedica- tory exercises of Ililgard hall, of the State University Collet^e of Agriculture. This pilgrimage was made to honor the memory of the late Prof. Hilgard, ? in recogniti

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. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. 86 The Florists^ Review NOVBMBBU 1, 1917. origin. The first tree to be planted will be named for William Penn and it will be placed and dedicated by Governor Brumbaugh. Its location will be just inside the park at Third and "Walnut streets. THE CALIFORNIA MEETING. The 1917 convention of the California Nursorynien's Association dosed with a trip to Berkeley to attend the dedica- tory exercises of Ililgard hall, of the State University Collet^e of Agriculture. This pilgrimage was made to honor the memory of the late Prof. Hilgard, ? in recogniti Stock Photo
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. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. 86 The Florists^ Review NOVBMBBU 1, 1917. origin. The first tree to be planted will be named for William Penn and it will be placed and dedicated by Governor Brumbaugh. Its location will be just inside the park at Third and "Walnut streets. THE CALIFORNIA MEETING. The 1917 convention of the California Nursorynien's Association dosed with a trip to Berkeley to attend the dedica- tory exercises of Ililgard hall, of the State University Collet^e of Agriculture. This pilgrimage was made to honor the memory of the late Prof. Hilgard, ? in recogniti
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. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. 86 The Florists^ Review NOVBMBBU 1, 1917. origin. The first tree to be planted will be named for William Penn and it will be placed and dedicated by Governor Brumbaugh. Its location will be just inside the park at Third and "Walnut streets. THE CALIFORNIA MEETING. The 1917 convention of the California Nursorynien's Association dosed with a trip to Berkeley to attend the dedica- tory exercises of Ililgard hall, of the State University Collet^e of Agriculture. This pilgrimage was made to honor the memory of the late Prof. Hilgard, ? in recognition of liis services to horticul- ture and agriculture in California. Questions of importance with respect to the future policy of the association were discussed at the business meet- ings. No action was taken on the mo- tion to raise the dues of membersliip, the financial interests being taken care of by providing for sustaining member- ships at an annual fee of $25. Interest centered in a paper by Wil- liam T. Kirkman, Jr., on "Standard- ization of Commercial Nursery Prod- ucts." This suggested plan of stand- ardization would provide for the estab- lishment of experiment grounds by the California Nurserymen's Association for the purpose of growing bud wood under the care of experienced horticulturists and botanists. Standardization would be attained by the nurserymen obtaining their buds from record-bearing trees grown under these auspices, instead of from miscellaneous outside sources. Other papers read during the sessions of the convention were: "Methods of Prevention of Tree and Plant Diseases," by County Entomologist Earl Morris; "The State Laws of Today and the Nurseryman," by State Horticultural Commissioner George H. Heck. Officers were elected as reported in The Review for October 25. Although the decision in regard to the next meet- ing place was left with the executive committee, yet it was practically settled that the association hold i

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