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" On no soils are the effects of lime so beneficial as on those which contain a great quantity of sour humus prejudicial to vegetation, or on those which have been supplied more or 'less abundantly with animal manure for a considerable period, without receiving... "
Sheep Husbandry: With an Account of the Different Breeds, and General ... - Page 68
by Henry Stephens Randall - 1856 - 320 pages
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Lectures on the Applications of Chemistry and Geology to Agriculture

James Finlay Weir Johnston - Agricultural chemistry - 1844 - 619 pages
...lime—than by making the trial upon alternate ridges, and marking the effect. 6°. On poor arable lands, which are not naturally so, but which are worn out...repeated liming and cropping, lime produces no good whalcverf (Anderson, Brown, Morton). Such soils, if they do not already abound in lime, are, at least,...
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The Principles of Agriculture, Volume 1

Albrecht Daniel Thaer - Agriculture - 1844
...already evidently contains a great quantity of it which has been accumulated there by former amendments. On no soils are the effects of lime so beneficial as. on those which contain a great quantity of sour humus prejudicial to vegetation, or on those which have been supplied...
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Lectures to farmers on agricultural chemistry

Alexander Petzholdt - Business & Economics - 1846 - 107 pages
...evidently contains a greater quantity of it which has been accumulated there by former amendments. On no soils are the effects of lime so beneficial as on those which contain a great quantity of sour humus prejudicial to vegetation, or on those which have 'been supplied...
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Lectures on agricultural chemistry and geology

James Finlay Weir Johnston - Agricultural chemistry - 1847 - 1121 pages
...a more liberal habit of manuring. 6°. On poor arable lands, which are not naturally unproductive, but which are worn out or exhausted by repeated liming...produces no good whatever.* (Anderson, Brown, Morton). Such soils, if they do not already abound in lime, are, at least, equally destitute of numerous other...
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On the Use of Lime in Agriculture

James Finlay Weir Johnston - Fertilizers - 1849 - 259 pages
...entire rotation — or a more liberal habit of manuring at the same time. 6°. On poor arable lands, which are not naturally so, but which are worn out...produces no good whatever* (Anderson, Brown, Morton). Such soils, if they do not already abound in lime, are, at least, equally destitute of numerous other...
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journal of agriculture

william blackwood - 1849
...improver are always crowned with the earliest and most apparent success. 6°. On poor arable lands, which are not naturally so, but which are worn out...or exhausted by repeated liming and cropping, lime * " I never met," lie says, " with a poor soil in its natural state which was not benefited in a very...
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Lectures on the Applications of Chemistry and Geology to Agriculture ...

James Finlay Weir Johnston - Agricultural chemistry - 1849 - 708 pages
...than by making i he trial upon alternate ridges, and marking the effect. Cc. On poor arable lands, which are not naturally so, but which are worn out or exhausted by repented liming and cropping, lime produces no good whatevcrf (Anderson, Brown, Morton.) Such soils,...
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The Farmer's Every-day Book: Or, Sketches of Social Life in the Country ...

John Lauris Blake - Agriculture - 1850 - 654 pages
...evidently contains a greater quantity of it, which has been accumulated there by former amendments. On no soils are the effects of lime so beneficial as on those which contain a great quantity of sour humus prejudicial to vegetation, or on those which have been supplied...
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LECTURES ON THE APPLICATIONS OF CHEMISTRY AND GEOLOGY TO AGRICULTURE

JAS. F. W. JOHNSTON, M.A., FR.SS. L & E - 1851
...than by mals> ing the trial upon alternate ridges, and marking the effect. 6C. On poor arable lands, which are not naturally so, but which are worn out...exhausted by repeated liming and cropping, lime produces DO good whateverf (Anderson, Brown, Morton.) Such soils, if they do cot already abound in lime, are,...
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Sheep Husbandry: With an Account of Different Breeds...

Henry Stephens Randall, George Wilkins Kendall - Sheep - 1860 - 338 pages
...thin moorish soils, after being exhausted by lime, am not to be restored." " On poor arable lands, which are not naturally so, but which are worn out...the effects of lime so beneficial as on those which contain a great quantity of sour humus prejudicial to vegetation, or on those which have been supplied...
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