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" This object is best attained by mixing newlymade, and completely slacked lime, with about five or six times its weight of peat, which should be moderately humid, and not in too dry a state. In this case, the heat generated will be moderate, and never... "
The Planter's Guide; Or, a Practical Essay on the Best Method of Giving ... - Página 463
por Sir Henry Steuart - 1828 - 527 páginas
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A treatise on the origin, qualities and cultivation of moss-earth, with ...

William Aiton - 1811 - 357 páginas
...application of the " mixture to the soil, promote the growth of plants. " This object is best attained by mixing newly made, and " completely slacked lime,...peat, which should be moderately humid, and not " in a too dry state. In this case the heat generated will be mode" rate, and never sufficient to convert...
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The Planter's Guide: Or, A Practical Essay on the Best Method of Giving ...

Sir Henry Steuart - 1828 - 473 páginas
...Chemistry and Agriculture. I shall therefore give his directions, which are both judicious and scientific, in his own words. Lime-Compost, he observes, is prepared,...five or six times its weight of peat, which should be mpderately humid, and not in too dry a state. In this case, the heat generated will be moderate, and...
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The Farmer's Monthly Visitor, Volumen12

1852
...teitA lime. In making a compost of peat with lime, — Dundonald says, " This object is best attained by mixing newly made and completely slacked lime,...should be moderately humid, and not in too dry a state. * * • * This preparation of lime and peat is in a peculiar manner conducive to the growth of clover,...
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Final Report on the Geology and Mineralogy of the State of New Hampshire ...

1844 - 376 páginas
...industry of man." P. 30. To make a compost with peat, Dundonald remarks : " This object is best attained by mixing newly made and completely slacked lime with...peat into carbonaceous matter, or to throw off, in the state of fixable air, the acid therein contained. The success of most operations, but more especially...
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The American Agriculturist, Volumen5

1846
...mixture to ground, promote the growth of plants. This object is best attained by mixing newlymade, and completely slacked lime, with about five or six...peat into carbonaceous matter, or to throw off', in the state of a gas, the acids therein contained. The gases thus generated will be converted into volatile...
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The American Agriculturist, Volumen5

1846
...plants. This object is best attained by mixing newlymade, and completely slacked lime, with about live or six times its weight of peat, which should be moderately...convert the peat into carbonaceous matter, or to throw oil', in the state of a gas, the acids therein contained. The gases thus generated will be converted...
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