. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. Folding Cut Flower and —^- v « -, Comifated Design Style FloriSts' BoXeS Equidize and standardize the quality of your packages and floral effects. Have them recognized by uniformity of neatness, attriuliveness and safety in protection. The result will be increased orders. THE SEFTON MFG. COMPANY, 1333 West 35th St^ Chicago ~ " FACTORIES. Chicago. 111. Anderson, Ind. Brooklyn, N. Y. yillllllllllllllllllllUlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHllllilll Mwitlon Th> HeTlew wIimi yoo writ*. plants; Elm City Nursery Co., New Haven, C

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. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. Folding Cut Flower and —^- v « -, Comifated Design Style FloriSts' BoXeS Equidize and standardize the quality of your packages and floral effects. Have them recognized by uniformity of neatness, attriuliveness and safety in protection. The result will be increased orders. THE SEFTON MFG. COMPANY, 1333 West 35th St^ Chicago ~ " FACTORIES. Chicago. 111. Anderson, Ind. Brooklyn, N. Y. yillllllllllllllllllllUlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHllllilll Mwitlon Th> HeTlew wIimi yoo writ*. plants; Elm City Nursery Co., New Haven, C
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. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. Folding Cut Flower and —^- v « _-, Comifated Design Style FloriSts' BoXeS Equidize and standardize the quality of your packages and floral effects. Have them recognized by uniformity of neatness, attriuliveness and safety in protection. The result will be increased orders. THE SEFTON MFG. COMPANY, 1333 West 35th St^ Chicago ~ " FACTORIES. Chicago. 111. Anderson, Ind. Brooklyn, N. Y. yillllllllllllllllllllUlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHllllilll Mwitlon Th> HeTlew wIimi yoo writ*. plants; Elm City Nursery Co., New Haven, Conn., general list. Vegetable Fordng. FEBTIUZINO TOMATO SOIL. I should like to get a little advice in regard to growing tomato plants and shall appreciate any advice you can give. Last year I grew about 500,000 good plants for a factory in this vicin- ity. I intended to grow a million, but half of them did not mature, for which I blame the poorness of the soil. In fertilizing, I worked the first fertilizer into the ground with rakes before plant- ing the seed. Then I scattered more fertilizer on top of the ground and, by watering, worked it into the ground, but it seems that as soon as the strength was taken up. by the plants in placed, they stopped growing and were not salable. I intend to grow 1,500,000 this year, but some of the ground is poor. It has not been fertil- ized for tova or five years and I should like to find some way to make the ground rich enough to grow the plants. It is too late to haul manure, as it would not mix enough with the soil to be of much benefit. How would it bp to work fertilizer in as I did last yetf, then give a good top-dressing with pulV* verized sheep manure or shredded cat- tle manure, and by watering work it into the soUt Do you think it would be too strong for the young plants f How about using chemicals, such sfci nitrate of soda? W. S. If you can get well rotted stable manure and incorporate it thoroughly with the soU, you will find i

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