Practical Forestry: A Treatise on the Propagation, Planting, and Cultivation, with a Description, and the Botanical and Popular Names of All the Indigenous Trees of the United States, Both Evergreen and Deciduous, Together with Notes on a Large Number of the Most Valuable Exotic Species
Orange Judd Company, 1900 - 299 páginas
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Página 281 - ... Researches of the Asiatic Society of Bengal ; but I may here observe that they consist of three cylindrical boxes of gold, pewter (or some mixed metal), and iron, which were found cased within one another, and placed in a chamber cut in a large block of stone at the foundation of the pile. The gold box is about three inches long and an inch and a half in diameter, filled with a black dirty substance like mud, half liquid, and mixed up with small pieces of glass or amber ; which would suggest...
Página 303 - Pig," etc. Revised and enlarged by the author. A series of familiar and practical talks between the author and the Deacon, the Doctor, and other neighbors, on the whole subject of manures and fertilizers; including a chapter especially written for it, by Sir John Bennet Lawes of Rothamsted, England. Cloth, 12mo.
Página 303 - FALCONER. This is the most practical work on the subject ever written, and the only book on growing mushrooms published in America. The author describes how he grows mushrooms, and how they are grown for profit by the leading market gardeners, and for home use by the most successful private growers. Engravings drawn from nature expressly for this work.
Página 304 - Land Draining. A handbook for farmers on the principles and practice of draining, by Manly Miles, giving the results of his extended experience in laying tile drains. The directions for the laying out and the construction of tile drains will enable the farmer to avoid the errors of imperfect Construction, and the disappointment that must necesoarily follow.
Página 302 - The author of this book has for many years made bulb growing a specialty, and is a recognized authority on their cultivation and management. The cultural directions are plainly stated, practical and to the point.
Página 302 - All the best and most approved structures are so fully and clearly described that anyone who desires to build a greenhouse will have no difficulty in determining the kind best suited to his purpose. The modern and most successful methods of heating and ventilating are fully treated upon. Special chapters are devoted to houses used for the growing of one kind of plants exclusively. The construction of hotbeds and frames receives appropriate attention. Over...
Página 304 - Henderson's Practical Floriculture. By Peter Henderson. A guide to the successful propagation and cultivation of florists' plants. The work is not one for florists and gardeners only, but the amateur's wants are constantly kept in mind, and we have a very complete treatise on the cultivation of flowers under glass, or in the open air, suited to those who grow flowers for pleasure as well as those who make them a matter of trade.
Página 301 - HORSES, RIDING, ETC., POULTRY, PIGEONS, AND BEES, ANGLING AND FISHING, BOATING, CANOEING, AND SAILING, FIELD SPORTS AND NATURAL HISTORY, HUNTING, SHOOTING, ETC., ARCHITECTURE AND BUILDING, LANDSCAPE GARDENING, HOUSEHOLD AND MISCELLANEOUS, PUBLISHERS AND IMPORTERS. ORANGE JUDD COMPANY, 52 & 54 Lafayette Place, New York.
Página 304 - KILLEBREW and HERBERT MYRICK. Its Culture and Cure, Marketing and Manufacture. A practical handbook on the most approved methods in growing, harvesting, curing, packing and selling tobacco, with an account of the operations in every department of tobacco manufacture. The contents of this book are based on actual experiments in field, curing barn, packing house, factory and laboratory. It is the only work of the kind in existence, and is destined to be the standard practical and scientific authority...