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" ... his while to aim at improving. It is quite inadequate to preparing the ground for various vegetable productions. Effective planting, whether of vines, forest trees, or shrubs, requires the soil to be not only dug, but trenched, in order to allow room... "
Manual of field gardening, or, Belgian agriculture made easy: containing ... - Seite 31
von John Nowell - 1845 - 154 Seiten
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The Farmer's Magazine

1839
...to be not only dug, but trenched, in order to allow room for the roots to diffuse themselves in it. No gardener would think of planting potatoes, carrots,...he could get it dug, for the difference of produce fur more than compensates the difference of the expense. As an additional encouragement to his workmen,...
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British Farmer's Magazine, Band 1

1837
...to be not only dug, but trenched, in order to allow room for the roots to diffuse themselves in it. No gardener would think of planting potatoes, carrots,...the difference of produce far more than compensates the difference of the expense. But if this were even not the case in agriculture, and the expense of...
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On increasing the depth of soils

Cuthbert William Johnson - 1840 - 74 Seiten
...to be not only dug, but trenched, in order to allow room for the roots to diffuse themselves in it. No gardener would think of planting potatoes, carrots...the difference of produce far more than compensates the difference of expense. But if this were even not the case in agriculture, and the expense of digging...
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The Farmer's Almanac and Calendar

Cuthbert William Johnson, William Shaw - 1844
...perthe generality of his neighbours, and ob- manent improvement in its character and productive power. No gardener would think of planting potatoes, " " , carrots, or cabbages in ploughed ic could get it dug ; for the differtains five times an much produce t Does not thin speak volumes...
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Practical and Scientific Fruit Culture

Charles R. Baker - 1866 - 523 Seiten
...gardener,' observed the late Dr. Fellowly, ' would think of planting potatoes, cabbages, or carrots in ploughed land if he could get it dug; for the difference of produce would far more than compensate him for the increased cost.' " The Hon. Marshall P. Wilder once performed...
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The Farmer's Magazine

Joseph Rogerson - 1839
...to be not only dug, but trenched, in order to allow room fur the roots to diffuse themselves in it. No gardener would think of planting potatoes, carrots...the difference of produce far more than compensates the difference of the expense. But if this were even not the case in agriculture, and the expense of...
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The Farmer's Magazine

Staff - 1838
...themselves in it. No gardener would think of planting potatoes, carrots, or cnbbages, in ploughed land, it' he could get it dug ; for the difference of produce far more than compensate the difference of the expense. But if this were even not the case in agriculture, and the...
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