Cion and root united during the grafting process.
The grafting process complete (reduced in size)
An image of a crop of grain.
Field of grain.
A Swedish grain cart.
Grain drill about 1900.
Awlnless brome grass, native to Russia.
A tall, tufted grass. It is adapted to deep, rich soils, as it roots deeply, yet it grows on poor soils…
A man milling corn by hand with a gristmill.
Lath tree guard
Wire and post tree guard
A hand-box which protects plants from wind and water running into it.
A cultivator that pulverizes or smooths the soil
A smoothing harrow, which is a good tool for killing weeds and fitting land
A spring-tooth harrow, particularly useful on stony land.
Two young men prepare the field using a simple harrow pulled by a horse. One man follows behind the…
An illustration of a man hauling cotton.
Also known as pilosella aurantiaca, or Devil's Paintbrush. It is native to the alpine regions of central…
An illustration of a wagon covered with hay.
A fixed trap that fish can easily find their way into, but cannot easily find their way out. This particular…
A safe method of hitching a horse to a tree.
A typical single-wheel hoe and cultivator, 1919.
A typical double-wheel hoe and cultivator for straddling the rows, 1919.
Martin's one-row horse hoe used in agriculture.
Hollyhock rust on the under side of a leaf.
A simple hotbed.
A hotbed with manure on top of the ground
"Hotbeds may be heated by means of either steam or hot water. They can be piped from the heater in a…
Parallel runs of hotbeds with racks for holding sashes.
Husker and shredder.
A knife designed for use in pruning vegetation.
A nurseryman's wooden label
Cornell tree label
Zinc tree label
A stem girdled by the label wire
"Has a large wire loop, with a coil to allow the expansion of the limb." — Baily, 1898
Rotary lawn mowers were not developed until there were small enough and powerful enough to run the blades…
A lister, used for planting corn in semi-arid regions.
"The locusts come down in swarms of millions from the warm lands of southern Brazil. There are so many…
Machine planter about 1900.
Machine consisting of a suction apparatus for milking cows mechanically
This invention relates to agricultural planters and more particularly to planters for crops planted…
The thrashing machine was a machine first invented for use in agriculture. Originally invented for the…
A man using a cultivator in a field.
A manure spreader in operation. The manure was pitched from the stable to the spreader, handled only…
F farmer spreading manure with a shovel in a field.
A farmer spreading manure firectly from atop a wagon.
Cyrus Hall McCormick's first reaper pulled by two horses
(1809-1884) American inventor of the first reaping machine and founder of the McCormick Harvesting Machine…
An illustration of two men operating a plow.
A poster with facts and images of France during the Middle Ages.
A middle-buster for cotton fields.
A machine used to separate immature seeds from wheat, oats, rye, barley, and other grains. This diagram…
"Argent, a millrind, gules. MILLRIND. The iron placed in the centre of a grindstone to protect the hole…
While the Federal "Land Grant Act of 1862" mandated a college structure at the University in Columbia,…
"Monkeys appear to have been trained to assist in gathering fruit; and the Egyptians represent them…
The Great Seal of the State of Montana. The seal shows Montana and a shovel, pick, and plow symbolizing…
A mower used for cutting hay.