J.W. Ware

“Among the interesting letters received concerning the various samples of seed sent out for trial is one from J. W. Ware, of Puyallup, Wash, who is experimenting with honey plants suited to his region. He writes that early blooming sweet clover, or Grundy County sweet clover, as :t is called in Illinois, began blooming about the same time as the Hubam, but that it grew much more luxuriantly. He also had the old strain of sweet clover, which grew much larger than either of the others. Mr. Ware has succeeded in securing a continuous bloom from May to December by means of the various strains of white and yellow sweet clover.”

Reference Data:

American Bee Journal, Vols. 61-2, 1921, page 11


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