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" A farmer manures a field of four or five inches of free soil reposing on a retentive clay, and sows it with wheat. It comes up, and between the kernel and the manure it looks well for a time, but anon it sickens. An Irish child looks well for five or... "
Draining for profit, and draining for health - Página 68
por George Edwin Waring - 1911 - 252 páginas
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen86

George Walter Prothero - 1850
...enough for brick-earth) was occupied by the roots of cabbage, not sparingly — not mere capillae — but fibres of the size of small packthread. A farmer...and sows it with wheat. It comes up, and between the kernel and the manure it looks well for a time, but anon it sickens. An Irish child looks well for...
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen86

George Walter Prothero - 1850
...enough for brick-earth) was occupied by the roots of cabbage, not sparingly — not mere capillae — but fibres of the size of small packthread. A farmer...and sows it with wheat. It comes up, and between the kernel and the manure it looks well for a time, but anon it sickens. An Irish child looks well for...
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The Quarterly review, Volumen86

1850
...cabbage, not sparingly — not mere capillae — but fibres of the size of small packthread. A fanner manures a field of four or five inches of free soil...and sows it with wheat. It comes up, and between the kernel and the manure it looks well for a time, but anon it sickens. An Irish child looks well for...
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Essays on Agriculture

Thomas Gisborne - 1854 - 255 páginas
...enough for brickearth) was occupied by the roots of cabbage, not sparingly — not mere capillffi — but fibres of the size of small packthread. A farmer...and sows it with wheat. It comes up, and between the kernel and the manure it looks well for a time, but anon it sickens. An Irish child looks well for...
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Report of [E. Holmes] the Secretary and Transactions of the County ...

Maine State Agricultural Society - 1853
...enough for brick-earth) was occupied by the roots of cabbage, not sparingly — not mere capillae — but fibres of the size of small packthread. A farmer...field of four or five inches of free soil reposing on retentive clay, and sows it with wheat. It comes up, and between the kernel and the manure it looks...
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Annual Report, Tema 15

Ohio State Board of Agriculture - 1861
...evaporation is thereby well guarded against. The facts stated seem to prove that less will not suffice. " A farmer manures a field of four or five inches of...and sows it with wheat. It comes up, and between the kernel and the manure it looks well for a time, but anon it sickens. An Irish child looks well for...
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Annual Report of the Ohio State Board of Agriculture, Volumen15,Parte1860

Ohio State Board of Agriculture - 1861
...evaporation is thereby well guarded against. The facts stated seem to prove that less will not suffice. " A farmer manures a field of four or five inches of...and sows it with wheat. It comes up, and between the kernel and the manure it looks well for a time, but anon it sickens. An Irish child looks well for...
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The Principles and Practice of Land Drainage

John Hancock Klippart - 1861 - 454 páginas
...evaporation is thereby well guarded against. The facts stated seem to prove that less will not suffice. " A farmer manures a field of four or five inches of...and sows it with wheat It comes up, and between the kernel and the manure it looks well for a time, but anon it sickens. An Irish child looks well for...
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The Principles and Practice of Land Drainage: Embracing a Brief History of ...

John Hancock Klippart - 1867 - 454 páginas
...evaporation is thereby well guarded against The facts stated seem to prove that less will not suffice. " A farmer manures a field of four or five inches of...and sows it with wheat It comes up, and between the kernel and the manure it looks well for a time, but anon it sickens. An Irish child looks well for...
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The London Quarterly Review, Volumen86

1850
...enough for brick-earth) was occupied by the roots of cabbage, not sparingly — not mere capillae — but fibres of the size of small packthread. A farmer...and sows it with wheat. It comes up, and between the kernel and the manure it looks well for a time, but anon it sickens. An Irish child looks well for...
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