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|The farmer communes directly with nature. He is always employed among the |
works of God. The soils, the plants, the trees, the seeds, are represented to him
as they came from the Creator's hand. He sees everywhere .the handiwork of ...
|Comprehending the Cultivation of Plants, the Husbandry of the Domestic Animals|
, and the Economy of the Farm; Together with a ... Cattle ought not to be taken
from rich to inferior soils — it is desirable to choose them from lands of nearly the
same quality as those ... Instances are recorded in English works, of fifteen large
bullocks and one hundred and fifteen sheep having been fattened on fifteen
|K^ety of soils, as well is the njiuTishing juices which they contain, such as salts, |
oils, mueii*ges, &c. &c. ; respecting which Brown's Treatise on Rural Affairs, and
the more scientific and chemical works of Sir Humphry Davy, may^be consulted ...
|The manures most proper for the soil compounded of sand of flint are such as |
make it retain water, render it firmer, and ... &c. ; respecting which Brown's
Treatise on Rural Affairs, and the more scientific and chemical works of Sir
Humphry Davy ...
|AND WESTERN AGRICULTURALIST Ash Trade of ... The Farmer is oflbrod to |
Agents and Clubs at the following low rates :— Six Copies for 83 ; Ten Copies for
§7 ; Fourteen Copies for $10; ... to diffuse information to the Farmer, (and on the
Mechanic its usefulness will not be lost,) has been commenced upon your own
soil. ... Do you feel that pride to hear our works of Internal Improvement extolled ?
|The profits realized by farmers on the poorer soils of Long Island with the aid of |
commercial fertilizers are new triumphs for scientific agriculture. ... With such
chemical farming, the farmer need keep only the animals needed for work or milk.
|PRACTICAL BOOKS! All The Farm. Ailen's New American Farm Book. By chnaun |
L. ALLnlv. Revised and greatly enlarged by LEWlS F. ALu-za'. ... the soil. who.
from painful experience. canreadliy appreciate the losses which result from the
scarcity of water at critical periods. .... This is one of the very best of Works on the
culture of the hardy grapes. with full directions for all departments of propagation.
|It is sometimes said by those who decry agricultural reading, or book farming, as |
they are pleased to term it, that you cannot fnake a' farmer, he must be ... All his
friends prophesied a total failure: but he prepared himself by studying the best
agricultural works of the day, and by reflection — superintended his ... If it
proceeds from springs, it keeps the temperature of the soil too low for healthy
|This, we believe, 'was never distinctly stated as a principle by Kirwan' 'Chaptal, |
Davy, or any other European chemist or agriculturist.'* In the Bath Suciety's
Papers, vol. xii., there is an article headed, 'Chemical Analyses of Soils,' by C.
Boyd ; in ...
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