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Northern Nut Growers Association Incorporated 39th Annual Report
at Norris, Tenn. September 13-15 1948

Northern Nut Growers Association Incorporated 39th Annual Report at Norris, Tenn. September 13-15 1948

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Title: Northern Nut Growers Association Incorporated 39th Annual Report at Norris, Tenn. September 13-15 1948

Author: Various

Editor: Northern Nut Growers Association

Release Date: May 24, 2008 [EBook #25583]

Language: English


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+————————————————————————————————————+ |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. | +————————————————————————————————————+



39th Annual Report





Fruiting Chinese Chestnut Branches (Courtesy Dr. H. Reid Hunter) 2

Officers and Committees 6

State and Foreign Vice-Presidents 7

Constitution 8

By-Laws 9

 Proceedings of the Thirty-ninth Annual Convention 12
   Address of Welcome—George F. Gant 12
   Response—Dr. L. H. MacDaniels 14
   President's Address—John Davidson 15
   Secretary's Report—J. C. McDaniel 16
   Treasurer's Report—D. C. Snyder 18
   Other Business of the Association, Committee Election and Reports 19

 The Development and Propagation of Blight Resistant Chestnut in
 West Virginia—Ralph H. Quick 26

The Present Status of the Chestnut in Virginia—R. C. Moore 31

Growing Chinese Chestnuts in Lee County, Alabama—G. S. Jones 34

Processed Chestnuts on the Market throughout the Year—J. C. Moore 38

Chestnut Growing in the Southeast—Max B. Hardy 41

Mr. Hardy and Some Chestnuts Prepared for Storage 41

Marketing Chestnuts in the Pacific Coast—Carroll D. Bush 51

Chestnut Weevils and Their Control with DDT—E. R. Van Leeuwen 54

Diseases Affecting the Success of Tree Crop Plantings—G. F. Gravatt and Donald C. Stout 60

Chinese x American Hybrid Chestnut Trees 62

The Brooming Disease of Walnuts 64-65

Trees Killed by the Persimmon Wilt 67

 Round Table Discussion on Chestnut Problems—Spencer B. Chase,
 Presiding 69

Greetings from a Kentucky Nut—Dr. C. A. Moss 83

Nut Trees for West Tennessee—Aubrey Richards, M.D. 85

 Marketing Black Walnuts as a Community Projects—Rev. Bernard
 Taylor 87

 Experiences with Tree Crops in Meigs County, Tennessee—W. A.
 Shadow 88

Nut Hobbying in Eastern West Virginia—Wilbert M. Frye 91

 A Look, "Backward and Forward" into Nut Growing in Kentucky—W.
 G. Tatum 93

 Round Table Discussion on Judging Schedule for Black Walnuts—Dr.
 L. H. MacDaniels, Chairman 95

Fruiting Black Walnut at Brooks, Alberta, Canada 103

Present Outlook for Honeylocust in the South—J. C. Moore 104

Possibilities of Filbert Growing in Virginia—E. L. Overholser 111

Filberts for Food and Looks in Kentucky—N. R. Elliott 116

J. F. Jones, Introducer of Many Nut Varieties—Clarence A. Reed 118

J. F. Jones 118

Mildred and Wesley Langdoc 125

The Value of Nut Trees in Tennessee—F. S. Chance 126

The Development and Filling of Nuts—H. L. Crane 130

The Grafted Curly Walnut as a Timber Tree—J. Ford Wilkinson 139

The Black Walnut Situation in Tennessee—George B. Shivery 142

Grafting Walnuts in Ohio—Sylvester Shessler 145

Grafting Walnuts in the Greenhouse—George L. Slate 146

 Nut Investigations at the Pennsylvania State College—William S.
 Clarke, Jr. 148

Black Walnuts: A New Specialty at Renfro Valley—Tom Mullins 149

Marketing Black Walnut Kernels—F. J. McCauley 152

Production of Bacteria-Free Walnut Kernels—Roger W. Pease 157

Pecan Selection in Oklahoma—Dr. Frank B. Cross