Northern Nut Growers Association Report of the Proceedings at the 43rd Annual Meeting - Rockport, Indiana, August 25, 26 and 27, 1952
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The Project Gutenberg EBook of Northern Nut Growers Association Report of the Proceedings at the 43rd AnnualMeeting, by VariousThis eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it,give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online atwww.gutenberg.orgTitle: Northern Nut Growers Association Report of the Proceedings at the 43rd Annual Meeting Rockport, Indiana, August25, 26 and 27, 1952Author: VariousEditor: Northern Nut Growers AssociationRelease Date: June 30, 2008 [EBook #25935]Language: English*** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK NORTHERN NUT GROWERS ***Produced by Marilynda Fraser-Cunliffe and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team at http://www.pgdp.net+————————————————————————————————————+ |DISCLAIMER | | | |The articlespublished in the Annual Reports of the Northern Nut Growers| |Association are the findings and thoughts solely of theauthors and are | |not to be construed as an endorsement by the Northern Nut Growers | |Association, its board ofdirectors, or its members. No endorsement is | |intended for products mentioned, nor is criticism meant for products not||mentioned. The laws and recommendations for pesticide application may | |have changed since the articles werewritten. It is always the pesticide| |applicator's responsibility, by law, to read and follow all current | |label directions for thespecific ...

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Growers Association Report of the Proceedings at
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Title: Northern Nut Growers Association Report of
the Proceedings at the 43rd Annual Meeting
Rockport, Indiana, August 25, 26 and 27, 1952
Author: Various
Editor: Northern Nut Growers Association
Release Date: June 30, 2008 [EBook #25935]
Language: English
*** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG
EBOOK NORTHERN NUT GROWERS ***
Produced by Marilynda Fraser-Cunliffe and the
Online Distributed Proofreading Team at
http://www.pgdp.net
+
————————————————————————————————————
+ |DISCLAIMER | | | |The articles published in the
Annual Reports of the Northern Nut Growers|
|Association are the findings and thoughts solely of
the authors and are | |not to be construed as an
endorsement by the Northern Nut Growers |
|Association, its board of directors, or its members.
No endorsement is | |intended for products
mentioned, nor is criticism meant for products not|
|mentioned. The laws and recommendations for
pesticide application may | |have changed since the
articles were written. It is always the pesticide|
|applicator's responsibility, by law, to read and
follow all current | |label directions for the specific
pesticide being used. The discussion | |of specific
nut tree cultivars and of specific techniques to grow
nut | |trees that might have been successful in one
area and at a particular | |time is not a guarantee
that similar results will occur elsewhere. | +
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+43rd Annual Report
OF THE
Northern Nut Growers Association
Incorporated
AFFILIATED WITH THE AMERICAN
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY
Annual Meeting at
ROCKPORT, INDIANA
August 25, 26 and 27, 1952Table of Contents
Officers and Committees 1952-53 4
State and Foreign Vice Presidents 5
Constitution and By-laws 7
Call to Order, Forty-Third Annual Meeting 11
Address of Welcome—Hilbert Bennett 11
Business Session 15
Treasurer's Report—Carl Prell 18
Committee Reports 21
President's Address—L. H. MacDaniels 27
The Future of Your Nut Planting—W. F.
Sonnemann 32
The Value of a Tree—Ferd Bolten 35
Methods of Getting Better Annual Crops on
Black Walnut. Panel discussion led by W. W.
Magill 38
The 1952 Hickory Survey—H. F. Stoke 46
A Discussion of Hickory Stocks—Gilbert L. Smith
49
Filbert Varieties. Panel discussion led by G. L.
Slate 53
My Experiences with Chinese Chestnuts—W. J.
Wilson 62
Persian Walnuts in the Upper South—H. F. Stoke
66
Varieties of Persian Walnuts in Eastern Iowa—Ira
B. Kyhl 69
Commercial Production and Processing of Black
and Persian
Walnuts—Edwin L. Lemke 71
Black Walnut Processing at Henderson, Kentucky
—R. C. Mangelsdorf 73
Nut Shells: Assets or Liabilities—T. F. Clark 77
The Propagation of Hickories—Panel discussion
led by
F. L. O'Rourke 81
A Promising New Pecan for the Northern Zone—
J. W. McKay and
H. L. Crane 89The Hickory in Indiana—W. B. Ward 91
The Merrick Hybrid Walnut—P. E. Machovina 93
Producing Quality Nuts and Quality Logs—L. E.
Sawyer 94
Colchicine for Nut Improvement Programs—O. J.
Eigsti and
R. B. Best 99
An Early Pecan and Some Other West
Tennessee Nuts—Aubrey
Richards 101
Scab Disease in Eastern Kentucky on Busseron
Pecan—W. D.
Armstrong 102
Further News about Oak Wilt—E. A. Curl 102
Life History and Control of the Pecan Spittle Bug
—Stewart
Chandler 106
Insect Enemies of Northern Nut Trees—Howard
Baker 112
Tuesday Evening Banquet Session Resolutions
and Election of
Officers 118
Chestnut Breeding—Arthur H. Graves and Hans
Nienstaedt 120
Effect of Vermiculite in Inducing Fibrous Roots
on Tap Rooting
Tree Seedlings—Herbert C. Barrett and Toro
Arisumi 131
Eastern Black Walnut Survey 1951—H. F. Stoke
133
Crath's Carpathian English Walnuts in Ontario—P.
C. Crath 136
Nut Tree Plantings in Southeastern Iowa—Albert B.
Ferguson 146
Rockville as a Hickory Interstock—Herman Last
147
A Fruitful Pair of Carpathian Walnut Varieties in
Michigan—Gilbert Becker 147
Suggested Blooming Data to be Recorded for
Nut Tree
Varieties—J. C. McDaniel 148
Note on Chinese Chestnuts—Harwood Steiger 149
Scott Healey—An Obituary 149A Letter from Dr. W. C. Deming 150
Sweepstakes Award in Ohio Black Walnut
Contest—L. Walter
Sherman 152
Attendance Record, Rockport, Ind. 1952 156
Membership List—Northern Nut Growers
Association 158
Officers for 1952-53
President Richard B. Best, Eldred, Illinois
Vice-President George Salzer, Rochester, New
York
Secretary Spencer B. Chase, Norris, Tennessee
Treasurer Carl F. Prell, South Bend, Indiana
Directors Dr. L. H. MacDaniels, Ithaca, New York
Dr. William Rohrbacher, Iowa
City, IowaEXECUTIVE APPOINTMENTS
1952-53
Program Committee:
Dr. J. W. McKay, Royal Oakes, Gordon Porter,
Gilbert Becker, A. A.
Bungart, W. D. Armstrong.
Local Arrangements:
George Salzer, Victor Brook.
Place of Meeting Committee:
R. P. Allaman, Dr. Lloyd L. Dowell, Edwin W.
Lemke, Alfred L. Barlow.
Publication Committee:
Professor George L. Slate, Professor Lewis E.
Theiss, Dr. L. H.
MacDaniels.
Varieties and Contests Committee:
Dr. L. H. MacDaniels, J. C. McDaniel, Sylvester M.
Shessler, H. F.
Stoke, Royal Oakes.
Standards and Judging Committee:
Dr. L. H. MacDaniels, Dr. H. L. Crane, Louis
Gerardi, Spencer Chase,
Professor Paul E. Machovina.
Survey and Research Committee:
H. F. Stoke (With all the state and foreign vice-
presidents).
Exhibits Committee:
Sylvester M. Shessler, Dr. L. H. MacDaniels, H. F.
Stoke, Royal Oakes,
A. A. Bungart, J. F. Wilkinson.
Root Stocks Committee:
Professor F. L. O'Rourke, J. C. McDaniel, Albert F.
Ferguson, Dr. Aubrey
Richards, Louis Gerardi, Dr. Arthur S. Colby, Max
Hardy, Gilbert Smith.
Auditing Committee:
Raymond E. Silvis, Sterling A. Smith, Edward W.
Pape.
Legal Advisor:Sargent H. Wellman.
Finance Committee:
Sterling A. Smith, Ford Wallick, Edward W. Pape.
Necrology:
Mrs. Herbert Negus, Mrs. C. A. Reed, Mrs. G. A.
Zimmerman.
Nominating Committee:
(Elected at Rockport, Indiana), Max Hardy, Gilbert
Becker, Dr. William
Rohrbacher, Professor George L. Slate, J. Ford
Wilkinson.
Membership Committee:
George Salzer (With all the state and foreign vice-
presidents).
State and Foreign Vice-Presidents
Alabama Edward L. Hiles, Loxley
Alberta A. L. Young, Brooks
Arkansas W. D. Wylie, Univ. of Ark., Fayetteville
Belgium R. Vanderwaeren, Bierbeekstraat, 310,
Korbeek-Lo
British Columbia, Canada J. U. Gellatly, Box 19,
Westbank
California Thos. R. Haig, M.D., 3021 Highland
Ave., Carlesbad
Colorado J. E. Forbes, Julesburg
Connecticut A. M. Huntington, Stanerigg Farms,
Bethel
Delaware Lewis Wilkins, Route 1, Newark
Denmark Count F. M. Knuth, Knuthenborg,
Bandholm
District of Columbia Ed. L. Ford, 3634 Austin St.,
S. E.
Washington 20
Florida C. A. Avant, 960 N. W. 10th Ave., Miami
Georgia William J. Wilson, North Anderson Ave.,
Fort Valley
Hawaii John F. Cross, P. O. Box 1720, Hilo
Hong Kong P. W. Wang, 6 Des Voeux Rd., CentralIdaho Lynn Dryden, Peck
Illinois Royal Oakes, Bluffs (Scott County)
Indiana Edw. W. Pape, Rt. 2, Marion
Iowa Ira M. Kyle, Box 236, Sabula
Kansas Dr. Clyde Gray, 1045 Central Ave., Horton
Kentucky Dr. C. A. Moss, Williamsburg
Louisiana Dr. Harald E. Hammar, 608 Court
House, Shreveport
Maryland Blaine McCollum, White Hall
Massachusetts S. Lathrop Davenport, 24
Creeper Hill Rd.,
North Grafton
Michigan Gilbert Becker, Climax
Minnesota R. E. Hodgeson, Southeastern Exp.
Station, Waseca
Mississippi James R. Meyer, Delta Branch Exp.
Station, Stoneville
Missouri Ralph Richterkessing, Route 1, Saint
Charles
Montana Russel H. Ford, Dixon
Nebraska Harvey W. Hess, Box 209, Hebron
New Hampshire Matthew Lahti, Locust Lane Farm,
Wolfeboro
New Jersey Mrs. Alan R. Buckwalter, Route 1,
Flemington
New Mexico Rev. Titus Gehring, P. O. Box 177,
Lumberton
New York Stephen Bernath, Route No. 3,
Poughkeepsie
North Carolina Dr. R. T. Dunstan, Greensboro
College, Greensboro
North Dakota Homer L. Bradley, Long Lake
Refuge, Moffit
Ohio Christ Pataky Jr., 592 Hickory Lane, Route 4,
Mansfield
Oklahoma A. G. Hirschi, 414 North Robinson,
Oklahoma City
Ontario, Canada Elton E. Papple, Cainsville
Oregon Harry L. Pearcy, Route 2, Box 190, SalemPennsylvania R. P. Allaman, Route 86, Harrisburg
Prince Edward Is. Canada Robert Snazelle,
Forest Nursery, Route 5,
Charlottetown
Rhode Island Philip Allen, 178 Dorance St.,
Providence
South Carolina John T. Bregger, P.O. Box 1018,
Clemson
South Dakota Herman Richter, Madison
Tennessee W. Jobe Robinson, Route 7, Jackson
Texas Kaufman Florida, Box 154, Rotan
Utah Harlan D. Petterson, 2076 Jefferson Ave.,
Ogden
Vermont A. W. Aldrich, R. F. D. 2, Box 266,
Springfield
Virginia H. R. Gibbs, Linden
Washington H. Lynn Tuttle, Clarkston
West Virginia Wilbert M. Frye, Pleasant Dale
Wisconsin C. F. Ladwig, 2221 St. Lawrence, Beloit