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" In fact, the soil becomes replete with fecal or excrementitious matter, and on such the individual plant which has yielded it cannot feed ; but it is not exhausted. So far from that, it is to all intents and purposes manured for a crop of a different... "
The Gardener's Magazine and Register of Rural & Domestic Improvement - Seite 14
1834
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The Library of Agricultural and Horticultural Knowledge: With an Appendix on ...

Library - 1830 - 523 Seiten
...furnishing those plants any longer with wholesome aliment; in fact the soil becomes replete with fa-cal or excrementitious matter, and on such the individual...manured for a crop of a different nature ; and thus by theory, of interchange between the fluids [of the plant, and those of the soil, we are enabled philosophically...
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The Library of Agricultural and Horticultural Knowledge: With an Appendix on ...

Library - 1830 - 523 Seiten
...furnishing those plants any longer with wholesome aliment; in fact the soil becomes replete with f<t:cnl or excrementitious matter, and on such the individual...manured for a crop of a different nature ; and thus bj theory, of interchange between the fluids [of the plant, and those of the soil, we are enabled philosophically...
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the farmer's register, a monthly publication devoted to the improvement of ...

edmund ruffin - 1835
...any longer with wholesome aliment. In fact, the soil becomes replete with feculent or excremenlilious matter; and on such the individual plant which has...far from that, it is, to all intents and purposes, matured for a crop of a different nature;'and thus, by the theory of interchange between the fluids...
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The domestic gardener's manual

John Towers (C.M.H.S.) - 1839
...account for this specific poisoning of the soil, we must suppose, that particular plants convey into tht soil, through the channels of their reducent vessels,...the benefit which is derived from a change of crops. PART II. OPERATIONS IN THE FRUIT DEPARTMENT. 500. Peaches and Nectarines. — The fruit of these trees...
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THE JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL AGRICILTURAL SOCIETY OF ENGLAND VOLUME THE FIRST 1840.

JOHN MURRAY, ALEBEMARLE STREET. - 1843
...furnishing those plants any longer with wholesome aliment : in fact, the soil becomes replete with fecal and excrementitious matter, and on such the individual...benefit which is derived from a change of crops."— (Domestic Gardener's Manual, 1830, p. 397.) Wholly ignorant at that period of the hypothesis of De...
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The History of Allelopathy

R.J. Willis - 2007 - 316 Seiten
...though they rise from the soil, they soon turn yellow, are "foxed", and produce nothing of a crop. To account for this specific poisoning of the soil,...from that, it is to all intents and purposes manured This idea has gained currency in recent times via a process named "soil solarization" (Chou et al....
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THE FARMER'S MAGAZINE VOLUME THE SIXTH

JOSEPH ROBERSON - 1855
...planted, though they rise from the soil they soon turn yellow, are foxed, and produce nothing of a crop. To account for this specific poisoning of the soil,...benefit which is derived from a change of crops." — Domestic Gardeners' Manual, edit. 1839, pp. 435-6. Modern science may perhaps object to a view...
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