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To make light wines put them at once into press, as apple pomace in a cider-press.
SOIL CULTUREJ. H. WALDEN
To make higher-colored wines let the pomace stand from four to twenty-four hours before pressing.
SOIL CULTUREJ. H. WALDEN
The castor bean pomace is good for anything in the poor soils of Southern Illinois.
Mr. Earle was questioned about the use of castor bean pomace for strawberries.
After the juice has been extracted from the apples the pomace that remains is sometimes used as a fertilizer.
THE APPLEVARIOUS
Such a case is that recently described by Morgan in America for the pomace fly (Drosophila ampelophila).
MENDELISMREGINALD CRUNDALL PUNNETT
Thrusting his arm down through the peach pomace, he found mash underneath.
Fish pomace has not thus far given satisfaction, but seems worthy of further trial.
The ground was covered with rotting apple pomace, from which arose the odor that had reached Kent's nose.
THE RED ACORNJOHN MCELROY
The pomace fell into a large shallow vat or tank, and if it could lie in the vat overnight it was a benefit.

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