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" ... and the county society awarded a premium to Mr. Johnston. Eight acres and some rods of this land, at one side, averaged 94 bushels, or the trifling increase of 84 bushels per acre over what it would bear before those in107 significant clay tiles were... "
Draining for Profit, and Draining for Health - Página 166
por George Edwin Waring - 1867 - 238 páginas
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Annual Report, Volumen15

Ohio State Board of Agriculture - 1861
...is the best instrument. — JJ significant clay tiles were buried in the ground. But this increase of crop is not the only profit of drainage ; for Mr....extent, and hence oxygen can not eat off the surfaces of soil-particles and prepared food for plants ; thus the plant must in great measure depend on the manure...
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Annual Report of the Ohio State Board of Agriculture, Volumen15,Parte1860

Ohio State Board of Agriculture - 1861
...it would bear before those in107 significant clay tiles were buried in the ground. But this increase of crop is not the only profit of drainage ; for Mr....extent, and hence oxygen can not eat off the surfaces of soil-particles and prepared food for plants ; thus the plant must in great measure depend on the manure...
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The Principles and Practice of Land Drainage

John Hancock Klippart - 1861 - 454 páginas
...what it would bear before those insignificant clay tiles were buried in the ground. But this increase of crop is not the only profit of. drainage ; for...extent, and hence oxygen can not eat off the surfaces of soil-particles and prepared food for plants ; thus the plant must in great measure depend on the manure...
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How to Get a Farm and Where To Find One

the Author of Acres Enough - 1864
...what it would bear before those insignificant clay tiles were buried in the ground. But this increase of crop is not the only profit of drainage ; for Mr. Johnston says that on drained land one-half the usual quantity of manure suffices to give maximum crops. It is not difficult to find a...
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How to Get a Farm, and where to Find One: Showing that Homesteads May be Had ...

Edmund Morris - 1864 - 345 páginas
...what it would bear before those insignificant clay tiles were buried in the ground. But this increase of crop is not the only profit of drainage ; for Mr. Johnston says that on drained land one-hall• the usual quantity of manure suffices to give maximum crops. It is not difficult to find...
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Annual Report of the Ohio State Board of Agriculture, Volumen19,Parte1865

Ohio State Board of Agriculture - 1865
...what it would bear before those insignificant clay tiles were buried in the ground. But this increase of crop is not the only profit of drainage ; for Mr....for this. When the soil is sodden with water, air cannot enter to any extent, and hence oxygen cannot eat off the surfaces of soil-particles and prepared...
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Annual Report, Volumen19

Ohio State Board of Agriculture - 1865
...what it would bear before those insignificant clay tiles were buried in the ground. But this increase of crop is not the only profit of drainage ; for Mr. Johnston says that on drained land one half the nsnal quantity of manure suffices to give maximum crops. It is not difficult to find a reason for this....
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The Principles and Practice of Land Drainage: Embracing a Brief History of ...

John Hancock Klippart - 1867 - 454 páginas
...what it would bear before those insignificant clay tiles were buried in the ground. But this increase of crop is not the only profit of drainage ; for Mr....reason for this. When the soil is sodden with water, aif can not enter to any extent, and hence oxygen can not eat off the surfaces of soil-particles and...
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The Principles and Practice of Land Drainage: Embracing a Brief History of ...

John Hancock Klippart - 1888 - 454 páginas
...what it would bear before those insignificant clay tiles were buried in the ground. But this increase of crop is not the only profit of drainage; for Mr....of manure suffices to give maximum crops. It is not diflicult to find a reason for this. When the soil is sodden •with water, air can not enter to any...
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Draining for Profit, and Draining for Health

George Edwin Waring - 1911 - 252 páginas
...crop after " this was 83 bushels and some odd pounds per acre. It " was weighed and measured by Mi-. Delafield, and the " County Society awarded a premium...Johnston says that, on drained land, one half the usua. " quantity of manure suffices to give maximum crops. It " is not difficult to find a reason for...
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