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|The agriculturist works the farmer. ... he difference between organic farmers and |
factory farmers is that organic farmers turn dirt into soil and factory farmers turn
soil into ... Truth #2: Fertilizer runoff and pesticides are harming our soil and water
|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 ...
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|Hay selling at hay works at $8. Meadows greatly ... James Marvin, one of the |
leading farmers of this section, has a farm of 1300 acres. He runs a large ... The
soil is strong, having a subsoil rich in lime adapting it to the production of blue
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|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 ...
|Comprehending the Cultivation of Plants, the Husbandry of the Domestic Animals|
, and the Economy of the Farm; Together with a ... set to fermenting the whole
mass of vegetable matter that covered the soil — we destroy all the noxious
weeds — we render the surface ... or no injury will result from stagnating water:
such ridges are generally formed on account of their convenience in the different
works of ...
|Editors : — I find I differ from some of my farming friends with regard to the |
propriety of entirely freeing the land we cultivate from all the ... Something we
think would be depending on the nature of the soil, and something perhaps on
the kind of stones most common in the soil. ... Mr. Marshall, in his works on
agriculture, mentions an instance in which a turnpike company, wishing toobtain
a quantity of stone, ...
|Mr. Mechi has earned for himself a representative character for scientific farming |
and for patriotic spirit by the years of ... The opinion of such a man on this
question — the life of the soil, which is the foundation of all animal life— is of the
greatest valne and should command serious attention. ... not much better while
the works are new ; what, then, may we expect as they become imperfect and
more and more ... The agriculturist, instead of coming forward to take these
treasures now ...
|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 ...