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Volume 3, Number 6
Cutworms on Columbines, Mrs. Fannie M. Heath, Grand Forks, N.D.
News Letter, May 1931, North Dakota Horticultural Society, C.B. Waldron, Secretary
The Waxwings, O.A. Stevens, Fargo, N.D.
Extracts from the Diary of a Traveling Man, W.A. Simmons, Sioux Falls
The Mariposa Tulips, Claude A. Barr, Smithwick, S.D.
South Dakota's Opportunity to Benefit Under the Clarke-McNary Act, Jay Higgins, U.S. Forest Service, Deadwood
Early Spring Flowers, O.A. Stevens, Fargo, N.D.
Garden Miscellany, Mrs. M.W. Sheafe, Watertown
Horticultural Notes, John Robertson, Hot Springs
International Honey Producers Meet
North and South Dakota State Horticultural Societies
Agriculture | Horticulture | Plant Sciences
North and South Dakota State Horticultural Societies, "North and South Dakota Horticulture, June 1931" (1931). North and South Dakota Horticulture. 8.