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The advent: of i?ruclh hns brought weather of i.e.pc'ptioiatl warmth, with hard relent les ;winds-condi tions, of dis.strou60s'nhimquence to plant growth: and ?the almost con stant.applicatibn of Litcr -will have been necessairy to 'inable the crops to resist. the uriex:?ected 'osislatght. 'The cultivator--lIe' it' hoe or ether sinmilar tool-will require to be al most constantly inuse, and by and bye: it is to I,be ? ?d autumn lains in abundance will aonie to rolieve an xiety regarding :'important crops. Special care will bE necessary for the safety and' securit)y of celery. Flood the beds with w"atpr and remove all superfluous side igrowths.' Apply liquid manure afttr watering, once a week. Dust this foliage with soot against the att~ac of lclory fly and rust, and blanch tloe plants according to the time they are required for use. These remarks apply in tdih most part also to leeks whicln have been planted in a simililar manner. The sowing of onions should be proceeded with dud Silver Skinned is the most valuaible for early use, with Brown Spiinish and Brown Globe for succesaion. This invalu able vegetable irop should receive special attentioln by careful prepar ation of the soil.L Onions prefer a fairly close gripping .soil, rich and well drained. Any soil of the com meon garden type will, however, grow unions provided it receives deep cultivation and heavy manur ing. A sandy soil, owing to its re tentive nature, soon loses its quality, but can be. much, improved by tramp ing and rolling before the seed is sown. As soon as rain comes a planting of spring cabbage rhould be made. Rich soil well I firmed at planting time, and a light dressing of finely ground limo should. with careful at tentions, give good results. Sow alro..-Broad beans, cabbage (Enfield, Succes.slon and Chinese), carrot. (short), i,:prsnip, spinach (prickly), naushluoon spawn (Span iard), .:ilver beet, Swede (Laing's), endive,, lettuce, crV,-.and mustird: Plant-Cahbb?e,, ,?ýliflower, ;tree and potato ,sioiin, lhroccoli, lettuce, leek, shellorts, gurlir, and silver skin onions.