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" There is no profession which can be compared in importance with that of agriculture, for to it belongs the production of food for man and animals ; on it depends the welfare and development of the whole human species, the riches of states, and all commerce.... "
Agriculture of Pennsylvania - Página 192
1890
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The Farmer's Magazine

1844
...loss of time and profit to the farmer who goes astray. " There is no profession,'' says l.iebig, " which can be compared in importance with that of agriculture...the riches of states, and all commerce. There is no profession in which the application of correct principles is productive of more beneficial effects...
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Organic chemistry in its applications to agriculture and physiology, ed. by ...

Justus Liebig (freiherr von.) - 1840
...fundamental principles of agriculture must be based on a knowledge of them. There is no profession which can be compared in importance with that of agriculture,...effects, or is of greater and more decided influence. Hence it appears quite unaccountable, that we may vainly search for one leading principle in the writings...
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ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF ENGLAND.

JOHN MURRAY - 1842
...were it only for the chapter ' The Art of Culture,' where he observes :—" There is no profession which can be compared in importance with that of agriculture,...effects, or is of greater and more decided influence. Hence it appears quite unaccountable that we may vainly search for one leading principle in the writings...
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Chemistry in Its Application to Agriculture and Physiology

Justus Freiherr von Liebig, Lyon Playfair Baron Playfair - 1842 - 430 páginas
...fundamental principles of agriculture must be based on a knowledge of them. There is no profession which can be compared in importance with that of agriculture,...other profession in which the application of correct principles is productive of more beneficial effects, or is of greater and more decided influence. Hence...
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Chemistry in Its Application to Agriculture and Physiology

Justus Freiherr von Liebig, Lyon Playfair Baron Playfair - 1843 - 131 páginas
...fundamental principles of agriculture must be based on a. knowledge of them. There is no profession which can be compared in importance with that of agriculture,...for man and animals ; on it depends the welfare and developement of the whole human species, the riches of states, and all commerce. There is no other...
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Chemistry in Its Applications to Agriculture and Physiology

Justus Freiherr von Liebig, Lyon Playfair Baron Playfair - 1843 - 400 páginas
...fundamental principles of agriculture must he based on a knowledge of them. There is no profession which can be compared in importance with that of agriculture,...for to it belongs the production of food for man and .for animals; on it depends the welfare and development of the whole human species, the riches of states,...
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The Ohio Cultivator Vol. I- FOR 1845

M.B. Bateham - 1845
...foundation is built all other arts. Leibig, the great agricultural chemist, says, " There is no profession which can be compared in importance, with that of...for man and animals; on it depends the welfare and developement of the whole human species, the riches of states and all commerce. There is no other profession...
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Agricola's Letters and Essays on Sugar Farming in Jamaica

W F. Whitehouse - 1845 - 352 páginas
...from a barren sandy toil contain a maximum of sugar, and no ammoniacal salts. There is no profession which can be compared in importance .with that of...agriculture ; for to it belongs the production of food fpv man and animals ; on it depends the welfare and developement of the whole human species, the riches...
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The American Quarterly Journal of Agriculture and Science, Volúmenes3-4

1846
...most enriching parts from being washed away by rains." " ' There is no profession,' says Liebig, ' which can be compared in importance with that of agriculture,...other profession in which the application of correct principles is productive of more beneficial results, or is of greater and more decided influence.'...
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Transactions. Transactions

Royal society of arts - 1847
...ON THICK AND THIN SOWING. BY RICHARD CROFT CHAWNER, ESQ.* HEEE is no profession," observes Liebig, " which can be compared in importance with that of Agriculture,...productive of more beneficial effects, or is of greater or more decided influence."—Organic Chemistry, p. 138. Heartily concurring with the learned Professor...
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