Transactions of the Horticultural Society of London

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The Society, 1848 - Floriculture
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Page 191 - id Do. 3d Do. 4th Do. 5th Do. 6th Do. 7th Do. 8th Do. 9th Do. 10th Do. llth Do. 12th Do. 13th Do. 14th Do. . . 15th Do.
Page 199 - were simple, without mixture of water. The time of steeping was twelve hours, the time of the year October. There was also other wheat sown unsteeped but watered twice a day with warm water. There was also other wheat sown simple to compare
Page 190 - 2d Do. 3d Do. 4th Do. 5th Do. 6th Do. 7th Do. 8th Do. 9th Do. 10th Do. llth Do.
Page 199 - a foot high, and supported round about with planks, and upon the top was cast sifted earth some two fingers deep, and then the seed sprinkled upon it, having been steeped all night in water mixed with cow-dung.
Page 199 - in spirit of wine. The proportion of the mixture was a fourth part of the ingredients to the water, save that there was not of the salt, above
Page 199 - The bed we call a hot bed, and the manner of it is this. There was taken horse-dung, old and well rotted ; this was laid upon a bank half a foot high, and supported round about with planks, and upon the top was cast sifted earth some two fingers deep, and then the seed sprinkled upon it, having been steeped all night in water mixed with cow-dung.

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