This variety is of extra-strong growth and most productive of dry seed being specially adapted for sowing in the Northern States. Seed should not be planted until the trees are well out in leaf. For drills three feet apart use one-half bushel per acre or one bushel broadcast while planted in hills four by four feet with corn one-quarter bushel is sufficient. The earlier they can be sown in the spring the larger the crop of dry seeds can be produced as the vines make a continuous growth until cut off by frost. Pkt 10 cts. pint 20 cts. quart 35 cts.