C. Robertson - 1998 - 669 pages
|POCOCK R. 8802 The land too poor for any other crop, is best for raising men. |
POE Edgar Allan 1809-1849 8803 'Annabel Lee' This maiden she lived with no
other thought Than to love and be loved by me. 8804 'Annabel Lee' I was a child ...
|Margaret Mead Newfoundland is a great English ship, moored near the Banks |
during the fishing season for the convenience of the English fishermen. A. H.
McIntosh The land too poor for any other crop, is best for raising men. R. Pocock I
|The expense of raising and harvesting a crop of wheat' rob the soil of more |
plantfood than the poor, strawis not far ... $"PPlYStates, is how can exhausted
lands too poor to grow clover, ... No one can regret more than I do that, owing to
other engagements, this gentleman is not here to open the discussion ... He must
first get his land in high condition, and he should then select the best variety he
|Is it advisable' in any case to continue raising hay for several years instead of |
trying to raise the small grains ? ... Year after year, some men raise corn on land
so poor that with the best cultivation only a very small crop can be raised, and this
always without profit. ... Some farmers do' not know how to increase the
productiveness of their land ; and some, it seems, know how, but are too poor
themselves to ...
|No man was ever made rich by the cultivation of poor, impoverished land; poor |
lands make a poor State, but a rich, ... but time showed the folly of this, and the
raising of wheat was soon abandoned, the crops being too poor to pay cost. ...
There are no richer lands in the West than those in the Kaw valley and other
bottom lands, but their continuous cropping without ... The best crops of wheat,
corn, and grass I have ever seen raised on our high prairie lands have been
where barnyard ...
|Let us Suppose a farm hi consist of one thousitnj acres of arable land ; that the, |
greatest produce of bread grain, not In fvia ... men, women,' orVdindren, are -a
tolerable resource, pro- dpcing ; also, th«. good-effect of habituating the last in
early life to ... This" temporary resource.isj however, greatly. inferior to*
encloqiiroe, particulbiily Iq too poor to nourish them, and ... tueet temporary
pressures,arid at other seasons for want of beneficial -employment; The crop
computed' by thfe acre, ...
|In other forest cities like Drummond which has been established on the cut-over |
lands in northwestern Wisconsin, a new ... These 200 people have come from
places where the land is too poor to raise good crops, so that they have not been ...
|Let us suppose a farm to consist of one thousand acres of arable land ; that the |
greatest produce of bread grain, not in one year only, ... because the land is too
poor to nourish them, and their destruction by the plough returns too rapidly. ...
losses accrue from its insufficiency to meet temporary pressures, and at other
seasons for want of beneficial employment. ... potatoes, peas, cotton, turnips, or
any cleaning crop, to be followed by wheat and grass seed, if ihese crops are
gotten off in ...
Edmund Ruffin - 1838
|Vol. VI. No. 6. ON THE FREQUENT FAILURES OF THE WHEAT CROPS. To the |
Editor of the Farmers' Resistor. ... sufficient bread-stuff for its inhabitants since its
first settlement, and latterly exporting more of that article than any other, should, ...
our example, they soon found that their barns were loaded with grain, laid up for
many years; and, like the man in the parable, said " soul take thy rest. ... Select
some field, or portion of one, of good land ; not some worn-out gall, too poor for
P. D. Groenewegen - 1998 - 224 pages
|It rates a part of the man's being as "goods of the second order", the scientific |
name for working instruments; and it assigns to ... He has recognized as rent-
yielding agents not only land, but a number of other things that give to some
producers ... the price of each one of them must be such as to reward the men
who are making it on land that is too poor to be paid for. ... all that his good land
saves to him, and still make his customers pay no more than they would have to
do in any case, ...
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