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The town gardener should keep his ground in a good state by frequent light manuring.
STATISTICAL, HISTORICAL AND POLITICAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COLONY OF NEW SOUTH WALES AND ITS DEPENDENT SETTLEMENTS IN VAN DIEMEN'S LANDWILLIAM CHARLES WENTWORTH
In March prepare the ground, by breaking it up well, and richly manuring it.
STATISTICAL, HISTORICAL AND POLITICAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COLONY OF NEW SOUTH WALES AND ITS DEPENDENT SETTLEMENTS IN VAN DIEMEN'S LANDWILLIAM CHARLES WENTWORTH
Instead of this, land may not only be kept up with proper manuring, but made to yield larger crops from year to year.
SOIL CULTUREJ. H. WALDEN
Lands will not produce two successive crops without manuring and ploughing.
JOURNAL OF AN AFRICAN CRUISERHORATIO BRIDGE
Of roots, turnips, carrots and mangolds are widely cultivated, heavy crops being obtained by early sowing and rich manuring.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 3, PART 1, SLICE 1VARIOUS
The first consideration in procuring lime for manuring land, is to select that which contains but little, if any magnesia.
THE ELEMENTS OF AGRICULTUREGEORGE E. WARING
This can hardly be called an essential constituent of plants, and is never taken into consideration in manuring lands.
THE ELEMENTS OF AGRICULTUREGEORGE E. WARING
Thousands of acres can be found in various parts of the country too poor to pay for cultivating without manuring.
THE $100 PRIZE ESSAY ON THE CULTIVATION OF THE POTATO; AND HOW TO COOK THE POTATOD. H. COMPTON AND PIERRE BLOT
The plants best adapted to green crop manuring are deep-rooted, heavy-foliaged plants.
THE FIRST BOOK OF FARMINGCHARLES L. GOODRICH
Our greatest difficulty in feeding, as in manuring the soil, is to secure enough of the nitrogenous elements.
HINTS ON DAIRYINGT. D. CURTIS

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