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Page 577 - ... sowing of seed for general crops until June or July. If a small quantity of each esteemed variety be sown two or three times in these months, they will produce a plentiful supply for use in autumn and the early part of winter. One ounce of good Endive-seed will produce about five thousand plants. When the plants...