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" ... not the least cloud upon it which proved that no moisture then arose from the earth. The evaporation from the ploughed land was found to decrease rapidly after the first and second day, and ceased after five or six days, depending on the wind and... "
Hints on Agricultural Subjects: And on the Best Means of Improving the ... - Page 273
by John Christian Curwen - 1809 - 387 pages
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Transactions of the Society Instituted at London for the ..., Volumes 25-26

Royal Society of Arts (Great Britain) - Industrial arts - 1807
...no moisture then arose from the earth. The evaporation from the ploughed land was found to detrease rapidly after the first and second day, and ceased...growth in dry weather visibly exceeded that of other crops where the earth was not stirred. The component parts of the matter evaporated remain yet to be...
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A Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry and the Arts, Volumes 23-24

William Nicholson - Science - 1809
...and second day, and ceased after five or six days, depending on the wind and sun. These experiment* were carried on for many months. After July the evaporation...not advanced beyond what the earth afforded on being Evidently be- fresh turned up. The rapid growth of my potatoes corresPon^ed perfectly with the previous...
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The Technical repository, by T. Gill, Volume 9

Thomas Gill (patent-agent) - 1826
...evaporation from the ploughed land was found to decrease rapidly after the first and second day, and «eased after five or six days, depending on the wind and...growth in dry weather visibly exceeded that of other crops where the earth was not stirred. The component parts of the matter evaporated remain yet to be...
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Essex Agricultural Society (Mass.) - 1830
...five or six days, depending on the wind and sun. These experiments were carried on for many months. The evaporation after the most abundant rains was...what the earth afforded on being fresh turned up."* Few operations of husbandry among us are executed, in general, in a more slovenly way than ploughing....
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Transactions of the Essex Agricultural Society from ...

Agriculture - 1832
...five or six days, depending on the wind and sun. These experiments were carried on for many months. The evaporation after the most abundant rains was not advanced beyond what the earth afforded finished manner in which the sod is turned, the frequent baulks, die ragged and uneven ends of ihe...
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Report on the Agriculture of Massachusetts, Volumes 1-3

Henry Colman, Massachusetts. Agricultural Survey - Agriculture - 1838
...freshploughed ground, to nine hundred and fifty pounds per hour on the surface of a statute acre, while on the ground unbroken, though the glass stood repeatedly...growth in dry weather visibly exceeded that of other crops where the earth was not stirred. The component parts of the matter evaporated remain yet to be...
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