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The Missing Man - Page 81
by Mary R. Platt Hatch - 1922 - 308 pages
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The Farmer's Manual: Being a Plain Practical Treatise on the Art of ...

Frederick Butler - Agriculture - 1819 - 224 pages
...setting your fruit and shade trees ; these, if omitted in December, generally succeed best (when set in the spring) as' soon as the frost is out of the ground. Whenever the frost will permit, plough your hemp and flax ground, together with such land as you design...
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Transactions of the Society for the Promotion of Useful Arts, in ..., Volume 4

Society for the Promotion of Useful Arts - Agriculture - 1816
...termination on the lowest end of the ground laid out : this carries off any superabundance of water ; and in the spring as soon as the frost is out of the ground, hoe the intervals and pulverke the earth to a depth of ten inches, and as near the young plants as...
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The new American gardener: containing practical directions on the culture of ...

Thomas Green Fessenden - Gardening - 1828 - 306 pages
...earth then returned to the tree. The process for cleansing the trees from borers should be performed in the spring, as soon as the frost is out of the ground, or at least before the mouth of June, as the perfect insect escapes before that time. SLUG-WORM, or...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute

Meteorology - 1829
...improvement, from the subjoined explanation, which contains the whole substance of the specification. In the spring, as soon as the frost is out of the ground, it is to be broken up, and exposed to the air for about a month; and when weeds begin to appear, the...
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A Manual Containing Directions for Sowing, Transplanting and Raising of the ...

Edward P. Roberts - Mulberry - 1835 - 72 pages
...then press the earth around them as it is filled in the hole. The transplantation may either be done in the spring as soon as the frost is out of the ground, or in autumn just after the fall of the leaf. The latter period is preferred by Mr. Smith, in order...
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The Kitchen Gardener's Instructor: Containing a Catalogue of Garden and Herb ...

Thomas Bridgeman - Vegetable gardening - 1836 - 128 pages
...sea weed ; this will not only protect the plants from frost, but will cause them to shoot up early in the Spring. As soon as the frost is out of the ground, this may be taken off, or if well rolled, it may be mixed up with the earth; the crowns of the plants...
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The New American Garderner: Containing Practical Directions on the Culture ...

Thomas Green Fessenden - Gardening - 1839 - 306 pages
...earth then returned to the tree. The process for cleansing the trees from borers should be performed in the spring, as soon as the frost is out of the ground, or at least before the month ot June, as the perfect insect escapes before that time. SLUG-WORM, or...
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The Young Gardener's Assistant: Containing a Catalogue of Garden & Flower ...

Thomas Bridgeman - Flower gardening - 1840 - 408 pages
...sea weed ; this will not only protect the plants from frost, but will cause them to shoot up early in the Spring. As soon as the frost is out of the ground, this may be taken off, or if well rotted, it may be mixed up with the earth; the crowns of the plants...
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The Kitchen Gardener's Instructor: Containing a Catalogue of Garden and Herb ...

Thomas Bridgeman - Herb gardening - 1847 - 181 pages
...sea-weed ; this will not only protect the plants from frost, but will cause them to shoot up early in the spring. As soon as the frost is out of the ground, this may be taken off, or, if well rotted, it may be mixed up with the earth ; the crowns of the plants...
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The New England Farmer, Volume 4

Samuel W. Cole, Simon Brown - Agriculture - 1852
...all other forest trees, except evergreens, in the fall ; and peach, quince, cherry, plum and apricot in the spring, as soon as the frost is out of the ground. Evergreens, such as hemlock, white pine and pitch pine, should be planted on the first of May. Firs,...
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