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^[[[HfflRTADRRRPtlllADaPHIA'r'A'f REL1A6LEFARM SEEDS' JlfT] *» FIELD, FORAGE AND SILO SEED5 Prices of all Farm Seeds are f. o. b. Philadelphia and subject to market changes. MIEEET. German, or Qolden Millet (Southern Grown). (Seecut.) A valuable annual hay and fodder crop. Sow 1 bushel to the acre. Bushel (50 lhs.), write for price. Hungarian Millet (Panieum Germanicum). An annual forage plant, early and productive, growing 2 to 3 feet high. Sow 1 bushel to the acre. Bushel (48 lbs.), write for price. Egyptian, or East India Pearl Millet (Penicillaria spicata). Grows from 8 to 10 feet high. For fodder, sow 5 pounds in drills 3 feet apart, thin out in rows to 1 foot apart. Lb., 30 cts., postpaid. By express or freight, at purchaser's expense, bushel (50 lbs.), $5.00. Japanese Barnyard Millet (Panieum Crusgalli). An excellent fodder plant; grows 6 to 8 feet high. Lb., 25 cts., postpaid. By express or freight, at purchaser's expense, 10 lbs., 80 cts.; 100 lbs., $7.00. ItIISCEEEANEOES farm seeds. Teosinte (Reana Luxurians). (See cut.) Excellent for stock, either green during summer or dry during winter, and more nutritious and better liked than corn fodder by stock of all kinds. Grows well in this latitude, supplying an immense amount of fodder. Sow in May or June, in drills about 4 feet apart, using 3 lbs. of seed per acre. Per oz., 10 cts.; } lb.; 25 cts.; lb., 85 cts., postpaid. By express or freight, at purchaser's expense, 5 lbs. or over, 70 cts. per lb. Velvet Bean (Dolichos Multiflorus). Byexpressor freight, at purchaser's expense, peck, $1.25; per bushel, $4.50. SpeltZ, or Emmer. Excellent for fattening cattle, poultry, horses, sheep, pigs, etc. Makes a heavy yield of grain and hay; excellent pasture, and may be fed green. Sow 70 to 80 pounds per acre. By express or freight, at purchaser's expense, peck, $1.25; bushel (40 lbs.), $1.50. Teosinte, a Wonderful Fodder Plant Sorghum, or Early Amber Sugarcane. Height 10 to 12 feet. Sow 5 lbs. in drills, or 1J bushels broadcast to acre. By express or freight, at purchaser's expense, 10 lbs., 60 cts.; 100 lbs., $5.00. Johnson Grass, or Sorghum Halepense. A Southern fodder plant. Per lb., 35 cts., postpaid. By express or freight, at purchaser's expense, 10 lbs., $1.30; 100 lbs., $12.00. Yellow MilO Maze. Maybe cut several times for green forage; used for ensilage, or cured like sorghum. Use 4 to 5 lbs. per acre. By express or freight, at purchaser's expense, 10 lbs., 70 cts.; 100 lbs., $6.00. Kaffir Corn (Red). Good forage. Use 4 to 5 lbs. per acre. By express or freight, at purchaser's expense, 10 lbs., 70 cts., 100 lbs., $6.00. BIRD SEEDS. Our jird seeds are all carefully selected and recleaned. Prices subject to market changes. All Bird Seeds are sent by express, or freight at purchaser's expense. Canary. Best recleaned seed, 4 qts.; 80 cts.; peck, $1.50; bu. (60 lbs.), $5.00. Hemp. 4 qts., 50 cts.; peck, 90 cts.; bu. (40 lbs.), $3.50. French Bird Millet. 4 qts., $1.10; peck, $2.00. German Rape. 4 qts., 70 cts.; peck, $1.25; bu. (50 lbs.), $4.25. Vetches for Pigeons. Peck, $1.25; bu. (60 lbs.), $4.50. Mixed Bird Seed. 4 qts., 80 cts.; peck, $1.50; bu. (60 lbs.), $5.00. Lettuce. Oz., 5 cts.; lb., 30 cts.  Maw. Lb., 50 cts. Unhulled Rice. 4 qts. 70 cts.; peck, $1.25. Sunflower. 4 qts., 35 cts.; peck, 60 cts.; bu. (25 lbs.), $2.00.
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Dreer, Henry A. (Firm)Catalogs Nurseries (Horticulture)PennsylvaniaPhiladelphiaCatalogs Nursery stockPennsylvaniaPhiladelphiaCatalogs SeedsPennsylvaniaPhiladelphiaCatalogs FlowersSeedsPennsylvaniaPhiladelphiaCatalogs Plants, OrnamentalSeedsPennsylvaniaPhiladelphiaCatalogs Bulbs (Plants)PennsylvaniaPhiladelphiaCatalogs 
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Transcript  ^[[[HfflRTADRRRPtlllADaPHIA'r'A'f REL1A6LEFARM SEEDS' JlfT] *» FIELD, FORAGE AND SILO SEED5 Prices of all Farm Seeds are f. o. b. Philadelphia and subject to market changes. MIEEET. German, or Qolden Millet (Southern Grown). (Seecut.) A valuable annual hay and fodder crop. Sow 1 bushel to the acre. Bushel (50 lhs.), write for price. Hungarian Millet (Panieum Germanicum). An annual forage plant, early and productive, growing 2 to 3 feet high. Sow 1 bushel to the acre. Bushel (48 lbs.), write for price. Egyptian, or East India Pearl Millet (Penicillaria spicata). Grows from 8 to 10 feet high. For fodder, sow 5 pounds in drills 3 feet apart, thin out in rows to 1 foot apart. Lb., 30 cts., postpaid. By express or freight, at purchaser's expense, bushel (50 lbs.), $5.00. Japanese Barnyard Millet (Panieum Crusgalli). An excellent fodder plant; grows 6 to 8 feet high. Lb., 25 cts., postpaid. By express or freight, at purchaser's expense, 10 lbs., 80 cts.; 100 lbs., $7.00. ItIISCEEEANEOES farm seeds. Teosinte (Reana Luxurians). (See cut.) Excellent for stock, either green during summer or dry during winter, and more nutritious and better liked than corn fodder by stock of all kinds. Grows well in this latitude, supplying an immense amount of fodder. Sow in May or June, in drills about 4 feet apart, using 3 lbs. of seed per acre. Per oz., 10 cts.; } lb.; 25 cts.; lb., 85 cts., postpaid. By express or freight, at purchaser's expense, 5 lbs. or over, 70 cts. per lb. Velvet Bean (Dolichos Multiflorus). Byexpressor freight, at purchaser's expense, peck, $1.25; per bushel, $4.50. SpeltZ, or Emmer. Excellent for fattening cattle, poultry, horses, sheep, pigs, etc. Makes a heavy yield of grain and hay; excellent pasture, and may be fed green. Sow 70 to 80 pounds per acre. By express or freight, at purchaser's expense, peck, $1.25; bushel (40 lbs.), $1.50. Teosinte, a Wonderful Fodder Plant Sorghum, or Early Amber Sugarcane. Height 10 to 12 feet. Sow 5 lbs. in drills, or 1J bushels broadcast to acre. By express or freight, at purchaser's expense, 10 lbs., 60 cts.; 100 lbs., $5.00. Johnson Grass, or Sorghum Halepense. A Southern fodder plant. Per lb., 35 cts., postpaid. By express or freight, at purchaser's expense, 10 lbs., $1.30; 100 lbs., $12.00. Yellow MilO Maze. Maybe cut several times for green forage; used for ensilage, or cured like sorghum. Use 4 to 5 lbs. per acre. By express or freight, at purchaser's expense, 10 lbs., 70 cts.; 100 lbs., $6.00. Kaffir Corn (Red). Good forage. Use 4 to 5 lbs. per acre. By express or freight, at purchaser's expense, 10 lbs., 70 cts., 100 lbs., $6.00. BIRD SEEDS. Our jird seeds are all carefully selected and recleaned. Prices subject to market changes. All Bird Seeds are sent by express, or freight at purchaser's expense. Canary. Best recleaned seed, 4 qts.; 80 cts.; peck, $1.50; bu. (60 lbs.), $5.00. Hemp. 4 qts., 50 cts.; peck, 90 cts.; bu. (40 lbs.), $3.50. French Bird Millet. 4 qts., $1.10; peck, $2.00. German Rape. 4 qts., 70 cts.; peck, $1.25; bu. (50 lbs.), $4.25. Vetches for Pigeons. Peck, $1.25; bu. (60 lbs.), $4.50. Mixed Bird Seed. 4 qts., 80 cts.; peck, $1.50; bu. (60 lbs.), $5.00. Lettuce. Oz., 5 cts.; lb., 30 cts.  Maw. Lb., 50 cts. Unhulled Rice. 4 qts. 70 cts.; peck, $1.25. Sunflower. 4 qts., 35 cts.; peck, 60 cts.; bu. (25 lbs.), $2.00. 
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