. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. Charles N. Page. (President American Seed Trade Association.) ager of the Burpee ranch at Lompoc, Cal., "the sweet pea seed crop will be decidedly short in California in 1912. At this writing, June 22, the blooms are rapidly falling off and the harvest will be early. With cool weather and foggy nights, what pods are forming will, it is to be hoped, fill satisfactorily, but a few hot days and heavy winds will still fur- ther shorten the crop. We hope to be spared the latter." SEED TBADE CONVENTION. Officers Elected. President—Charles N. Pa

. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. Charles N. Page. (President American Seed Trade Association.) ager of the Burpee ranch at Lompoc, Cal., "the sweet pea seed crop will be decidedly short in California in 1912. At this writing, June 22, the blooms are rapidly falling off and the harvest will be early. With cool weather and foggy nights, what pods are forming will, it is to be hoped, fill satisfactorily, but a few hot days and heavy winds will still fur- ther shorten the crop. We hope to be spared the latter." SEED TBADE CONVENTION. Officers Elected. President—Charles N. Pa Stock Photo
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. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. Charles N. Page. (President American Seed Trade Association.) ager of the Burpee ranch at Lompoc, Cal., "the sweet pea seed crop will be decidedly short in California in 1912. At this writing, June 22, the blooms are rapidly falling off and the harvest will be early. With cool weather and foggy nights, what pods are forming will, it is to be hoped, fill satisfactorily, but a few hot days and heavy winds will still fur- ther shorten the crop. We hope to be spared the latter." SEED TBADE CONVENTION. Officers Elected. President—Charles N. Page, of the Ipwa Seed Co., Des Moines, la. First Vice-president — Harry L. Holmes, of the Holmes Seed Co., Harris- burg, Pa. Second Vice-president — Arthur B. Clark, of the Everett B. Clark Seed Co., Milf ord, Mass. Secretary-treasurer—C. E. Kendel, of A. C. Kendel, Cleveland, O. Assistant Secretary—J. H. Ford, of the Ford Seed Co., Ravenna, O. Executive Committee — Leonard H. Vaughan, of Vaughan's Seed Store, Chicago; Kirby B. White, of D. M. Ferry & Co., Detroit; Charles D. Boyles, of the Albert Dickinson Co., Chicago; C. N. Keeney, of N. B. Keeney & Son, Le Roy, N. Y.; Walter D. Ross, of Ross Bros. Co., Worcester, Mass. Membership Committee—Albert Mc- CuUough, of J. M. McCullough's Sons Co., Cincinnati; Arthur B. Clark, of Everett B. Clark Seed Co., Milford, Mass.; J. C. Robinson, of the Robinson Seed Co., Waterloo, Neb. Besolutions Adopted. At the closing session the association went on record in strong language as opposed to such injustice as is done the seedsmen by the prison penalty pro- vided for in the Senate amendment to H. R. 22, 340, which is as follows: Sec. 4. Tbat any person or persons who shall violate the provisions of this Act, shall be deemed guilty ot a misdemeanor and shall pay a fine of not exceeding $500 and not less than $200, or shall be Imprisoned for a term of not more than one year and not less than thirty days, or shall suffer a

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