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" I tell them lean not keep the rainwater out of socketed pipes, twelve feet deep, that convey a spring to my farm-yard. Let us try and convince this large class of doubters ; for it is of national importance. Four feet of good porous clay would afford... "
Draining for Profit, and Draining for Health - Página 72
por George Edwin Waring - 1867 - 238 páginas
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The Agricultural magazine, and journal of scientific farming [afterw.] The ...

...conveys a spring to my farm yard. Do, Sir, try and convince this large class of doubters ; for it not national importance. Four feet of good porous clay...roots, than the usual six inches. And a saving of 41. to 5'. )*r acre in drainage is no trifle. Another glaring inconmtency is the subject of tillage....
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Mechi's Experience in Drainage: To which are Added His Letters XVII., XVIII ...

John Joseph Mechi - 1848 - 92 páginas
...water out of socketed pipes twelve feet deep, that convey a spring to my farm-yard. Do, Sir, try and convince this large class of doubters ; for it is of national importance. Pour feet of good porous clay would afford a far better meal to some strong bean or other tap-roots...
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How to farm profitably; or, The sayings & doings of mr. alderman Mechi

John Joseph Mechi - 1859
...rainu-ater out of socketed pipes, twelve feet deep, that convey a spring to my farm-yard. Let us try and convince this large class of doubters ; for it is...afford a far better meal to some strong bean or other tap-roots than the usual six inches; and a saving of £4 to £5 per acre in drainage is no trifle....
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The Principles and Practice of Land Drainage

John Hancock Klippart - 1861 - 454 páginas
...rainwater out of socketed pipes, twelve feet deep, that convey a spring to my farm-yard. Let us try and convince this large class of doubters ; for it is...subsoils are impervious or non-absorbent This is entirely an erroneous assumption. If soils were impervious, how could they get wet? " I assert, and pledge my...
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Annual Report, Tema 15

Ohio State Board of Agriculture - 1861
...feet deep, that convey a spring to my farm-yard. Let us try and convince this large class of doubUrs ; for it is of national importance. Four feet of good...roots, than the usual six inches ; and a saving of 84 to $5 per acre, in drainage, is no trifle. " The shallow, or non-drainers, assume that tenacious...
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Annual Report of the Ohio State Board of Agriculture, Volumen15,Parte1860

Ohio State Board of Agriculture - 1861
...feet deep, that convey a spring to my farm-yard. Let us try and convince this large class of doubUrs ; for it is of national importance. Four feet of good...roots, than the usual six inches ; and a saving of 84 to 95 per acre, in drainage, is no trifle. " The shallow, or non-drainers, assume that tenacious...
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Draining for Profit, and Draining for Health

George Edwin Waring - 1867 - 238 páginas
...rainwater out of socketed pipes, twelve feet deep, that convey a spring to my farm yard. Let us try and convince this large class of doubters ; for it is...are impervious or non-absorbent. This is entirely an erroneous assumption, If soils were impervious, how could they get wet ? " I assert, and pledge...
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The Principles and Practice of Land Drainage: Embracing a Brief History of ...

John Hancock Klippart - 1867 - 454 páginas
...rainwater tmt of socketed pipes, twelve feet deep, that convey a spring to my farm-yard. Let us try and convince this large class of doubters; for it is of national importance. ' Four Pert of good porous clay would afford a far better meal to some strong bean, or other tap roots, than...
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The Principles and Practice of Land Drainage: Embracing a Brief History of ...

John Hancock Klippart - 1888 - 454 páginas
...rainwater out of socketed pipes, twelve feet deep, that convey a spring to my farm-yard. Let us try and convince this large class of doubters; for it is of...shallow, or non-drainers, assume that tenacious subsoils arc impervious or non-absorbent. This is entirely an erroneous assumption. If soils were impervious,...
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Draining for profit, and draining for health

George Edwin Waring - 1911 - 252 páginas
...socketed pipes, twelve feet deep, that convey a spring to my farm yard. Let us try and convince tbia huge class of doubters ; for it is of national importance....roots, than the usual six Inches; and a saving of $4 to 95 per acre, in drainage, is no trille. " The shallow, or non-drainers, assume that tenacious subsoils...
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