Practical Observations on the British Grasses: Especially Such as are Best Adapted to the Laying Down Or Improving of Meadows and Pastures: to which is Added, An Enumeration of the British Grasses. The Third Edition, with Additions. By William Curtis, ...

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Stephen Couchman, and published by the author, 1798 - Grasses - 73 pages
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Page 45 - will quickly vegetate, and the only attention they will require will be to be carefully weeded in about a fortnight from their coming up, fuch of the plants as grow thickly together may be thinned, and thofe which are taken up tranfplanted, fo as to make more rows of the fame grafs. If the winter
Page 46 - the feed in each fpike or panicle ripens, it muft be very carefully gathered, and fown in the autumn, at which time the roots of the original plants, which will now bear feparating, fhould be divided and tranfplanted, fo
Page 31 - hills and heaths as are without " it;" hence he calls it ovina. GMELIN FL Sibir. fays, " That the Tartars choofe " to fix during the fummer in thofe places " where there is the greateft plenty of this

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