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" The seed, ten days or a fortnight before it is used, is mixed with wet sand, and placed in some warm situation, so as to be in a full state of vegetation before it is sown. A fortnight is gained 'by this method, and the carrots are less liable to be injured... "
Hints on Agricultural Subjects: And on the Best Means of Improving the ... - Page 263
by John Christian Curwen - 1809 - 387 pages
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Industrial arts - 1807
...sown. A fortnight is gained by this method, and the carrots ara less liable to be injured by the weeds. The plough and harrow are kept at work during the...attending this is considerable, but the value of the rrop amply compensates it. In 1804 I had an acre and a rood, which had been previously occupied by...
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Repertory of arts, manufactures and agriculture - 1807
...bv this method, and the carrots are, ]esť liable to be injured by the weeds. The plough and barrow are kept at work during the whole summer. The plants...considerable, b,ut the value of the crop amply compensates if. . Jn 1804 I had an acre aqd a rood, which had been previously occupied by cabbages, and afterwards...
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The Technical repository, by T. Gill

Thomas Gill (patent-agent)
...A fortnight is gained 'by this method, and the carrots are less liable to be injured by the weeds. The plough and harrow are kept at work during the...been previously occupied by cabbages, and afterwards \jy tares. The soil was very heavy and strong. The tops of this crop were so abundant, that they would...
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