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" Hamilton (Ib., x. 368, 453,) and others, that they have found decided advantages from the employment of this substance. Theoretically it would seem that the effects described ought to be produced, but general experience does not confirm them; and it may... "
The Propagation of Plants: Giving the Principles which Govern the ... - Página 143
por Andrew Samuel Fuller - 1887 - 339 páginas
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The Theory of Horticulture; Or, An Attempt to Explain the Prinipal ...

John Lindley - 1840 - 387 páginas
...368. 453.) and others, that they have found decided advantages from the employment of this substance. Theoretically it would seem that the effects described...consequence of the languor of the vital principle. The length of time that some seeds will lie in the ground, under circumstances favourable to germination,...
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The Horticulturist: Or, An Attempt to Teach the Science and Practice of the ...

John Claudius Loudon - 1849 - 732 páginas
...remark, applicable also to the employment of a diluted solution of chlorine, as tried by Humboldt : — Theoretically it would seem that the effects described...effects as injurious to the health of the seed, as the too slow destruction of carbon hi consequence of the languor of the vital principle. ( TTieory,...
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The Theory and Practice of Horticulture: Or, An Attempt to Explain the Chief ...

John Lindley - 1855 - 606 páginas
...368, 453,) and others, that they have found decided advantages from the employment of this substance. Theoretically it would seem that the effects described...consequence of the languor of the vital principle. It is an old assertion, revived within the last few years, that certain agents have a powerful action...
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The Theory and Practice of Horticulture: Or, An Attempt to Explain the Chief ...

John Lindley - 1855 - 606 páginas
...decided advantages from the employment of this substance. Theoretically it would seem that the eft'ects described ought to be produced, but general experience...consequence of the languor of the vital principle. It is an old assertion, revived within the last few years, that certain agents have a powerful action...
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The book of the garden, Volumen2

Charles McIntosh - 1855
...chlorine, Dr Lindley, in " Theory of Hort.," remarks,. " Theoretically, it would seem that these effects ought to be produced, but general experience does...effects as injurious to the health of the seed as the too slow destruction of carbon, in consequence of the languor of the vital principle." The natural...
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