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Página 227 - ... available situation should be selected. Also, in enriching the ground, use no fermenting manure; apply none but that which is old and well rotted. Cow manure is far better than horse manure, particularly on light, warm soils. Mulching the plants in summer is very beneficial, and if tan bark o> •pent hops from a brewery can be obtained, they should be used in preference to hay or straw.