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" Mr Hope mentioned a practice common in some parts of Spain, of baking corn to a certain extent, by exposing it to a temperature of 150 or upwards, for the purpose of destroying an insect by which it was liable to be attacked. — Dr Richardson mentioned,... "
The Magazine of Horticulture, Botany, and All Useful Discoveries and ... - Page 110
1837
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Volume 21

Science - 1836
...in some parts of Spain, of baking corn to a certain extent, by exposing it to a temperature of 150 or upwards, for the purpose of destroying an insect...Upon sowing these seeds he had nevertheless observed some few of them were still capable of vegetating. Mr Curtis exhibited some specimens of the terminal...
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Magazine of Botany and Gardening British and Foreign ..., Volume 3

1837
...in the seed itself. Mr. Hope-mentioned a practice common in some parts of Spain, of baking corn toa certain extent, by exposing it to a temperature of...exportation in a state fitted for germination. Upon sewing these seeds he had, nevertheless, observed that some few of them were still capable of vegetating....
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Volume 21

Science - 1836
...in some parts of Spain, of baking corn to a certain extent, by exposing it to a temperature of 150 or upwards, for the purpose of destroying an insect...Upon sowing these seeds he had nevertheless observed some few of them were still capable of vegetating. Mr Curtis exhibited some specimens of the terminal...
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British Farmer's Magazine, Volume 1

Agriculture - 1837
...common in parts of Spain, of baking corn to a certain extent, by exposing it to a temperature of 150 or upwards, for the purpose of destroying an insect by which it was attacked."—(Quarterly Journal of Agriculture, vol. xxxv, p. 415.) To prevent any delusion, or loss,...
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Transactions, Volume 5

1838
...some parts of Spain, of baking corn to a certain extent, by exposing it to a temperature of 150, or upwards, for the purpose of destroying an insect...sowing these seeds, he had, nevertheless, observed some tew of them were still capable of vegetating." — (Edin. New Phil. Journ. vol. xxi. p. 333. Oct....
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Science and Practice of Gardening, in which are Explained and Illustrated ...

G. W. Johnson - 1862 - 381 pages
...in some parts of Spain, of baking com to a certain extent, by exposing it to a temperature of 150, or upwards, for the purpose of destroying an insect by which it was liable to be attacked. Dr. Kichardson mentioned that the seeds sold in China for the European market were previously boiled, for...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1836
...in some parts of Spain, of baking com to a certain extent, by exposing it to a temperature of 150 or upwards, for the purpose of destroying an insect...Upon sowing these seeds he had nevertheless observed some few of them were still capable of vegetating. Mr. Curtis exhibited some specimens of the terminal...
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Transactions of the Royal Entomological Society of London

Entomology - 1840
...some parts of Spain, of baking corn to a certain extent, by exposing it to a temperature of 150, or upwards, for the purpose of destroying an insect by which it is liable to be attacked. Mr. Curtis exhibited some terminal shoots of a Pinus attacked by Hylurgus...
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