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" Rolling the ground after sowing, is very advisable, care being taken not to roll when the ground is so wet that the earth adheres to the roller. Weeding. — If care has been paid to cleaning the seed and the soil, few weeds will appear ; but if there... "
Annual Report of the American Institute of the City of New York - Page 263
1862
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Annual Report of the Commissioner of Patents, Volume 1845

Agriculture - 1846
...taken not to roll when the ground is so wet that the earth adheres to the roller. Weeding. — If care has been paid to cleaning the seed and the soil, few weeds will appear ; bat if there be any, they must be carefully pulled. It is done in Belgium by women and children,...
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The American Agriculturist, Volume 4

Agriculture - 1847
...taken not to roll when the ground is so wet that the earth adheres to the roller. Weeding. — If care has been paid to cleaning the seed and the soil, few...children, who, with coarse cloths round their knees, creep on all fours. This injures the young plant less than walking over it — which, if done, should be...
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The American Agriculturist, Volume 4

Agriculture - 1847
...so wet that the earth adheres to the roller. Weeding. — If care has been paid to cleaning the eeed and the soil, few weeds will appear ; but if there...children, who, with coarse cloths round their knees, creep on all fours. This injures the young plant less than walking over it — which, if done, should be...
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On the cultivation and management of flax, and the best method of consuming ...

Thomas Keir Short - 1848
...shoes are filled with nails, as the plant never rises again if bruised. In Belgium, this crop is weeded by women and children, who, with coarse cloths round their knees, creep along on all-fours, always facing the wind, so that the flattened plants may be blown up again. PULLING. The time when...
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Pamphlets: Agriculture], Volume 10

1851
...00 Bone dust, б-l Ibe., " 33 Sulphate of Magnesia (Epsom Salts), 56 Ibs " 40 11 0 WEEDING. If care has been paid to cleaning the seed and the soil, few weeds Ģill appear; but if there l>e any, they must be carefully pulled. It is done in Delgium by women and...
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The flax industry: its importance and progress: also its cultivation and ...

E F. Deman - Flax - 1852 - 178 pages
...always injurious to the flax-plant, WEEDING. If care has been taken to cleanse the land and the seed, few weeds will appear ; but if there be any, they must be carefully pulled, or weeded out. It is done in Belgium by women and children, who, with coarse cloths round their knees,...
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The Flax Industry; and Its Importance and Progress: Also Its Cultivation and ...

E. F. Deman - Flax - 1852 - 178 pages
...always injurious to the flax-plant. WEEDING. If care has been taken to cleanse the land and the seed, few weeds will appear ; but if there be any, they must be carefully pulled, or weeded out. It is done in Belgium by women and children, who, with coarse cloths round their knees,...
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The Fibrous Plants of India Fitted for Cordage, Clothing, and Paper: With an ...

John Forbes Royle - Agriculture - 1855 - 403 pages
...and colza, applied either dry or with urine, are also recommended as manures.] Weeding. — If care has been paid to cleaning the, seed and the soil,...children, who, with coarse cloths round their knees, creep alon" on all-fours. This injures the young plant less than walking over it (which, if done, should...
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Senate Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Public Documents and Executive ...

United States. Congress. Senate - United States - 1862
...advisable, care being taken not to roll when it ie so ;hc earth adheres to the roller. ;'• — If care has been paid to cleaning the seed and the soil, few weeds u appear; but it' there be any they must be carefully pulled. It is done in agiurn by women and children,...
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The Linen Trade, Ancient and Modern

Alex Johnston Warden - Fiber plants - 1867 - 745 pages
...taken not to roll when the ground is so wet that the earth adheres to the roller. Weeding. If care has been paid to cleaning the seed and the soil, few...but if there be any, they must be carefully pulled ; or cut with a knife, when the weeds happen to be large or when potato stalks appear. It is done in...
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