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" I may call for the attention of farmers anxious .to become acquainted with real improvements in agriculture, to this account of Mr. Moseley's system ; which is one of the best imagined arrangements that has been discovered. One ploughing puts in the winter... "
On the Agriculture of Suffolk - Página 183
por William Raynbird, Hugh Raynbird - 1849 - 324 páginas
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General View of the Agriculture of the County of Suffolk: Drawn Up for the ...

Arthur Young - 1797 - 329 páginas
...acquainted with real improvements in agriculture, to this account of Mr. Moseley's system ; which is one of the best imagined arrangements that has been...vegetate with, the young tares, and are either strangled by their luxuriance, or cut off with them before they can seed. A crop is gained at a very moderate...
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The Monthly review. New and improved ser

1799
...acquainted with real improvements in- agriculture, to this account of Mr. Moseley's system ; which ¡ь one of the best imagined arrangements that has been...spring advances, and the sun becomes powerful enough to exlnle the humidity, and with it the nutritious particles of the land, the crop advances and screens...
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The Monthly Review

1799
...which is one of the best imagined arrangementb that has been discovered. One ploughing puts in tlie winter tares; that earth is given in autumn, and consequently...influence of frosts; as the spring advances, and the sun become* powerful enough to exhale the humidity, and with it the nutritious particles of the land, the...
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The Domestic Encyclopaedia: Or, A Dictionary of Facts, and Useful Knowledge ...

Anthony Florian Madinger Willich - 1802
...ploughed in, dnd wheat was sown on this one ploughing, the crop of which was great. Thus, says Mr. YOUNG, as the spring advances, and the sun becomes powerful enough to exhale the humidity of the land, the crop also advances, and screens it from the aclion of his beams. The weeds in the...
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General View of the Agriculture of the County of Suffolk: Drawn Up for the ...

Arthur Young - 1804 - 431 páginas
...acquainted with real improvemements in agriculture, to this account of Mr. Moseley's system ; which is one of the best imagined arrangements that has been...advances and screens it from the action of his beams. 'NYhatever weeds are in the soil, vegetate with the young tares, and are either strangled by their...
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A review of the reports to the Board of agriculture

William Humphrey Marshall - 1811
...acquainted with real improvements in agriculture, to this account of Mr. Moseley's system ; which is one of the best imagined arrangements that has been...vegetate with the young tares, and are either strangled by their luxuriance, or cut off with them before they can seed. A crop is gained at a very moderate...
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