A Treatise on Manures: Their Nature, Preparation, and Application : with a Description and Use of the Most Approved British Grasses : to which is Added a Miscellaneous Article on Farming : with an Estimate and Description of an Example-farm of Three Hundred Acres : Illustrated with Cuts of Farm Buildings
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