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Grain Crop of the Country (1867)....... 82 Labor, hired white... ........... 250
Grafting Wax...........

89 Land--too rich for wheat...............
Greensand Marl as a Manure.......... “ worn out-renovating by sheep.. 57
Grindstone...

81 | Landlord and Tenant, labor, &c. ..... 152
Guano Trade (1867)................. 270 Larva in the Skin.........

Lavender fields of Mitcham, England. ...
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Lawns, making.........

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Harris, Mr. Joseph, of N. Y..... 339 Law of Inclosure........

262
Harvest of 1867 in the world.
185 Lead Pipe, tin lined.....

116
Hay Crop, how to keep it.....

16 Leather, preservation of...............
Hay, steaming it .....

138 Liebig, (Baron Von), Warning from.....
Hay Tedders.

188 Lice in Stables..........
Hay, Corn, Roots--comparative value, 188, “ on Cattle and Sheep...............
Hen Houses, portable.

45 | Lime .............................
“ vermin in .......

“ more lime, more manure.......
“Hen Fever".........

« Guano, Peas, Clover.
Hops, what varieties to plant..

118

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“ cultivation of.....
growing ......

277 Manning's Nursery........
4 cultivation...

Manures, Ville's Chemical....
growing, second season.

hints on...............
Horse-nature and disposition...

forking barnyard. .......
walking ....

of the season-May, 1867..
remedies...

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breeding .........

poultry.
teeth ........

poultry, its value...
economy in feeding .

frauds in..
power....

surface.
loss of appetite...

experiments and questions....
origin of the Percheron ..... 269

home-made, concentrated......
Essay on Colic and Bots, 294, 325, 357

experiments in....
Glanders.........

orthodox...
" larva in the skin.

at what depth..
a breaking and horse sense......

concentrated or special...
Horticultural Secrets ......

green turnips..........
Hussey, Obed, (Reapers and Mowers)...

making ..............

heap, management.....
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chemical .
Immigration..............

greensand marl................
Inclosure, Law of.....

value from different animals...
Invention ..............

240 Maryland Agricultural College ......... 19
Md. State Agricultural and Mech. Asso-

ciation ........................179, 371
Japan Corn...

Market Gardening, profits..............
“ spring wheat. ....

338 | McCormick's Reaper in France. .....
John Johnson's farming...

McDonogh School Farin...............

McPherson, Dr., Superintendent Labor
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and Agriculture-report...........
Labor and Agriculture, Superintendent of 88 | Meal-scalded more nutritious..........

" " " Report of Supt.. 275 | Midge and Weevil..........
Labor system......... ........ 155 | Milk Dairy Farm, (Winans'). ......
contracts......................

218 Milk, chemical properties .....
a better class of needed......... 235! " how to keep sweet..........

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Milk cans in France...

262 Potatoes, hilling up....
Mississippi, Central Industrial Ass'n..... 212

crop........
Moles, utility of.........

20 | Poultry Department...
Muck.................

158

Killing and Dressing ........... 156
Mulching-coal screenings.......

" Exhibition of American Society.

“ Manure, its value.
N.

« Profits ....
Natural History, use of ........ .... 264 Poultry, Imported. ....................
Necessity for more reliable Experiments. Power of a Growing Tree............
Nettles in the South of France. ........ 196 Preservation of Small Birds in France..
New York State Sheep Fair. ....

Profits of Market Gardening...........
“ Nurseries.........

Small Fruit Culture..........
New Orleans Fair......

297

Apple Growing............
Nitrate of Lime as a Fertilizer.... 214
North Carolina, Fruits in

R.
Ramie Plant..........................

Raspberry, Catawissa ......... ......117,
Okra Plant for Paper.....

334 Reapers and Mowers, Obed Hussey..... 85
Orchard Culture. ...................

62 Reports, tlreir publication.
Orchard Grass for Pasture ........ 305 Review, Southern Quarterly...........
Ornithopus Saltivus, (Serradella)..... 8 “Restitution” in Agriculture...
Ornithogalum Thyrsoides..

134 Rinderpest ........................
Oxen against Horses................ 139 Roanoke Tobacco Company.........
Oysters and Canned Fruits....

304 Roads and Road Making........

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“ embryological history...... 347 Rockbridge (Va.) Agr. and Mech. Socy..
artificial water and food.......

Rose Crop..............
Rye........

Rye as a farm crop.........
Paint, when to apply........
Parental Influence in Breeding......

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Pasturing vs. Soiling....

Salmon Eggs all right...
Patrons of Husbandry.......... 314 Salt for Tobacco Land................
Pears, Preparing for and Planting..

Sampson Platform Weigh Scale..
Pear Crop, Profits.......

Saunders, Wm., Tour of Observation.... 157
Pear Tree and Man...

Scalded Meal more Nutritious. ...
Percheron Horse, origin of...

Scab in Sheep in Texas...
Phenic or Carbolic Acid.........

| Scientific Farming...........
Philadelphia Butter Dairy.... ....

School, Agricultural..........
Plant Development-Seed Wheat....... 81 Seed, quantity per acre. ..............
Plants in Winter........

236 | Seeds, selecting and keeping...
Ploughing_Deep Sod and Subsoil Plough 136 " three principles of..

“ Fall ...................... 187 Seed Bed for Wheat..........
Plough Trial, National, at Utica, N. Y... Seeding Down Often.......
Potato, Introduction into Europe. ...... 91 Serradella...............

Sweet, Drying........... 251 Sheep, scab.....
Sweet and Irish, Drying........ " renovating worn out land.......17
Bugs .......

“ number in United States and Ter's..
Bugs, Colorado......

“ Fair, New York State............
Test of Early..

" Raising, 4 years experience.......
Origin of.........

" “Golden Fleece"......
Preserving .......

" housed and not housed.

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Sound ...

" shearing by machinery ...........
" Early Prejudice....

Cotswold, mutton aud wool......
Sweet.

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Silk Culture, novelties in. ....... 55 Turnips, green, for manure............. 199

“ Plant, discovered in Peru..... 217 Typhus, contagious .................... 230
Small Industries......
Soils, texture of........
“ benefit of loosening.....

76 Vegetable Food, value of different kinds. 58
“ chemical analysis.....

156 Vegetation, waste of force.............. 137
Soiling vs. Pasturing........... 62 Vermin in Hen Houses................. 70
Southern Cultivator, Ga-W. N. White.. Veterinary Science-its importance..... 254
Star Drill, trial of..........

114 Veterinary Practice-Choloroform and
Stable Floors and Walks..

Ether.....

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Stabler Beef Packing Co...

302 | Vineyard Management................. 13
Steaming Hay.......

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Straw for Feeding.......
Sugar Cane...........................

Warning of Baron Von Liebig.........

Warts, how to remove them.....
Superintendent of Labor and Agriculture 88

Waste of Force in Vegetation...
Super-Phosphate of Lime..............

Weevil and Midge..............
Superphosphates, Home-made..........

Wheat, land too rich....
Swine, breeds of...........

seed bed for...............
Swindling-patent rights and machines..

seed, plant development........
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crop, manuring..............

winter, drilling and manuring..
Texas, wool growing in..... .........

preparation of land for..........
" inquiries about......

bread...............

124
Tin Lined Lead Pipe....

new varieties.........

212
Tires, keeping on wheels....

composition of, results of 20 years
Tobacco, Roanoke county........

-same land..

271
Tobacco Culture, moral bearing of it.... 21

" and its culture.....

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Worm .....

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“ Cultivation ........

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fraud in packing.............. 243

" Rust in ...........
false packing.................. 277

Wheels, keeping tires on.....
“ “ Trade Association 306

White, Wm. N., (of “Southern Cult'r,''). 86
Connecticut...................

Whitewash ...
“ new mode of curing....342, 360, 377

Winans' Milk Dairy Farm......
Suckers, destroying .....

Wine Making and Grape Growing
Tools, take care of them..

Wood Ashes for Manure.........
“ grind them..

Wool Clip in Buenos Ayres. .....
Tomato, Culture of............

Wool, history of growth....
Tree, power of a growing one...

Woolen Manufacturers' Association..
Trout, Brook, and other Fish...

365

Wrench, its use........................
Turf in England..

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Turkeys, charcoal for....

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“ raising ......... ..155, 329 Young Men-Gov. Bowie's Address..... 242
bronze.............. ........ 241 |

a word for them ......... 339

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