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They saw calabashes of Castille sown on the beach, and some red flowers pleasant to look on, but without smell.
This grain is sown three times a year, since the fertility of the soil corresponds to the evenness of the seasons.
DE ORBE NOVO, VOLUME 1 (OF 2)TRANS. BY FRANCIS AUGUSTUS MACNUTT
The total of the land in cultivation amounted to 5419 acres; the quantity of which sown was somewhat below 3000 acres.
Are your spelling lessons, or your lessons on the multiplication table, sown in your hearts?
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Beans, Broad, may be sown in frames, and towards the end of the month in open quarters.
These must be only just covered by a very fine sprinkling of earth; but sweet-pea and nasturtium must be sown deeper.
If it is very early in the Fall, the seed should not be sown until the danger of very warm days has passed.
Turnips and Rye are sown together in one crop, and not, as usual in other places, Turnips one year and Rye the other.
LACHESIS LAPPONICACARL VON LINN
The bog is first levelled, the projecting part being cut into squares of turf, and the soil then burnt and sown with corn.
The plant is an annual and produces its crop in two or three months after it is sown.

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