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" ... of sand ; sandy soils that effervesce with acids should be distinguished by the name of calcareous sandy soil, to distinguish them from those that are siliceous. The term clayey soil should not be applied to any land which contains less than one-sixth... "
Magazine of Botany and Gardening British and Foreign: Comprehanding Figures ... - Page 170
by James Burnett - 1836
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Elements of Agricultural Chemistry: In a Course of Lectures for the Board of ...

Sir Humphry Davy, George Sinclair, John Russell Duke of Bedford - Agricultural chemistry - 1815 - 332 pages
...that are siliceous. The term clayey soil should not be applied to any land which contains less than £ of impalpable earthy matter, not considerably effervescing...loam should be limited to soils, containing at least one third of impalpable earthy matter, copiously effervescing with acids. A soil to be considered as...
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The Repertory of Patent Inventions: And Other Discoveries and Improvements ...

Technology - 1816
...from those that are siliceous. The term clayey soil should not be applied to any land which con^ tains less than one-sixth of impalpable earthy matter, not...effervescing with acids. A soil to be considered as peaty, ought to contain at least one half of vegetable matter. In cases where the earthy part of a soil evidently...
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An Encyclopaedia of Gardening, Comprising the Theory and Practice of ...

John Claudius Loudon - 1822 - 1469 pages
...to distinguish them from those that are siliceous. The term clayey soil should not be applied to any land which contains less than one-sixth of impalpable...effervescing with acids. A soil to be considered as peaty, ought to contain at least one half of vegetable matter. " In cases where the earthy part of a soil...
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An encyclopędia of agriculture

John Claudius Loudon - 1825
...siliceous. The term clayey soil should not be applied to any land which contains less than one sixth of impalpable earthy matter, not considerably effervescing...loam should be limited to soils, containing at least one third of impalpable earthy matter, copiously effervescing with acids. A soil to be considered as...
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Hortus gramineus woburnensis: or, An account of the results of experiments ...

George Sinclair - Forage plants - 1826 - 438 pages
...distinguish them from those that are siliceous. The term clayey should not be applied to any land that contains less than one-sixth of impalpable earthy...containing at least one-third of impalpable earthy matter. A soil to be considered as peaty ought to contain at least one-half of vegetable matter." These may...
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The American Farmer

John S. Skinner, Editor. - 1826
...soil, should not be applied to any land which contains not less than one sixth of earthy impalpable matter, not considerably effervescing with acids....loam should be limited to soils containing at least one third of impalpably earthy matter, copiously effervescing with acids A soil to be considered as...
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The American Farmer

John S. Skinner - 1827
...are siliceous. The term clayey should not be applied to any land that contains less than one sixth of impalpable earthy matter, not considerably effervescing...containing at least one-third of impalpable earthy matter. A soil to be considered as peaty, ought to contain al least one-half of vegetable matter.' These may...
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Sylva Americana: Or, A Description of the Forest Trees Indigenous to the ...

Daniel Jay Browne - 1832 - 408 pages
...be applied to any land which contains less than one sixth of impalpable earthy matter, not without considerably effervescing with acids ; the word loam should be limited to soils, containing at least one third of impalpable earthy matter, copiously effervescing with acids. A soil to be considered as...
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British Husbandry: Exhibiting the Farming Practice in Various Parts of the ...

John French Burke - Agricultural systems - 1834
...exists between them and those that are silicious. The term clayey should not be applied to any land that contains less than one-sixth of impalpable earthy...matter, not considerably effervescing with acids. The term loam should be limited to soils containing at least one-third of impalpable earthy matter; and...
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An Encyclopędia of Gardening: Comprising the Theory and Practice of ...

John Claudius Loudon - Gardening - 1835 - 1270 pages
...siliceous. The term clayey soil should not be applied to any land which contains less than one sixth of impalpable earthy matter, not considerably effervescing...loam should be limited to soils containing at least one third of impalpable earthy matter, copiously effervescing with acids. Л soil, to be considered...
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