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" ... increases in such a proportion that the soil approaches to a peat in its nature ; and if in a situation where it can receive water from a higher district, it becomes spongy, and permeated with that fluid, and is gradually rendered incapable of supporting... "
The Repertory of Patent Inventions, and Other Discoveries and Improvements ... - Página 225
1816
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The London Quarterly Review, Volumen11

1814
...is gradually rendered incapable of supporting the nobler cl;isst ? of vegetable*. ' Many peat mosses seem to have been formed by the destruction of forests, in consequence of the imprudent use ol the hatchet by the early collivators of the country in which they exist; when the trees are felled...
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Elements of Agricultural Chemistry: In a Course of Lectures for the Board of ...

Sir Humphry Davy - 1815 - 332 páginas
...been carried off by man, or consumed by animals, the vegetable matter increases in such a pro portion, that the soil approaches to a peat in its nature ;...in the out-skirts of a wood, those in the interior exposed to the influence of the winds ; and having been accustomed to shelter, become unhealthy, and...
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An Encyclopaedia of Gardening, Comprising the Theory and Practice of ...

John Claudius Loudon - 1822 - 1469 páginas
...Davy observes, " unless part of their produce has been carried off by man, or consumed by unimab, the vegetable matter increases in such a proportion, that...in the out-skirts of a wood, those in the interior arc exposed to the influence of the winds ; having been accustomed to shelter, they become unhealthy,...
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The library of agricultural and horticultural knowledge

Library - 1830
...in such a proportion, that the soil approaches to a peat in its nature ; and if in a situation that it can receive water from a higher district, it becomes...in the outskirts of a wood, those in the interior exposed to the influence of the winds, and having been accustomed to shelter, become unhealthy and...
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The Sylva Americana: Or, A Description of the Forest Trees Indigenous to the ...

Daniel Jay Browne - 1832 - 408 páginas
...and is gradually rendered incapable of supporting the nobler classes of vegetables. Many peat mosses seem to have been formed by the destruction of forests, in consequence of the imprudenl use of the hatchet by the early cultivators of the country in which they exist: when the...
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Elements of agricultural chemistry: in a course of lectures for the Board of ...

Sir Humphry Davy, John Russell Bedford (Duke of) - 1836 - 413 páginas
...upon a soil, unless part of their produce has been carried off by man, or consumed by animals, the vegetable matter increases in such a proportion that...in the outskirts of a wood, those in the interior exposed to the influence of the winds, and having been accustomed to shelter, become unhealthy, and...
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The Dublin Review, Volumen2

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1837
...upon a soil, unless part of their produce has been carried off by man, or consumed by animals, the vegetable matter increases in such a proportion that...trees are felled in the outskirts of a wood, those of the interior are exposed to the wind, and, having been accustomed to shelter, become unhealthy and...
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The History and Topography of the Isle of Axholme: Being that Part of ...

William Brocklehurst Stonehouse - 1839 - 463 páginas
...and is gradually rendered incapable of supporting the nobler classes of vegetables. Many peat mosses seem to have been formed by the destruction of forests,...use of the hatchet by the early cultivators of the countiy in which they exist. When the trees are felled in the outskirts of a wood, those in the interior...
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Classical Economics: 1813-1815

Donald Rutherford - 1996 - 1986 páginas
...unless part of their produce has been carried off by man, or consumed by animals, the vegetable matrer increases in such a proportion that the soil approaches...trees are felled in the out-skirts of a wood, those of the interior [are] exposed to the wind, and having been accustomed to shelter, become unhealthy...
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The Quarterly review, Volumen11

1814
...nature ; and if in a situation where it can receive water from a higher district, it becomes ^pongy and permeated with that fluid, and is gradually rendered...trees are felled in the out-skirts of a wood, those of the interior [are] exposed to the wind, and having been accustomed to shelter, become unhealthy...
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