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  2. CULTIVATOR AND GRAZIER. Field and Garden.

    Great heat and dry weather still prevail over a greater part of the interior, and in consequence the pasturage is becoming scarce in many places. Unless a good, general rainfall takes place soon ...

    Article : 943 words
  3. Intestinal Worms in Horses.

    The veterinary profession does not as a rule attribute fatal or even serious consequences to worms found in the stomach and intestines of the horse, says a veterinarian in "The National ...

    Article : 917 words
  4. THE KITCHEN GARDEN.

    The recent rainfall in the coastal districts has had a most beneficial effect upon newly-planted crops in this department. Many aphides and other pests have almost disappeared, and most ...

    Article : 482 words
  5. The "M'Cormick" Corn Harvester and Binder.

    The "M'Cormick" corn harvester and binder, illustrated in this issue, is entirely a new machine in these colonies, having been introduced by M'Lean Brothers and Rigg, Limited, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 265 words
  6. THE GLASS HOUSE.

    The sun having now lost considerable power, less shade will be necessary, except in the middle of the day. An abundance of air should still be given to the structure, especially on fine, warm ...

    Article : 212 words
  7. THE ORCHARD AND FRUIT GARDEN.

    The recent rains in the coastal districts and on the high tablelands have greatly benefited the lateripenihg fruit crops, and they should turn out much better than was anticipated a month or two ...

    Article : 627 words
  8. THE BUSH HOUSE.

    Should there be any climbers on the roof of this structure, the growths should be liberally thinned out where they are too thick, so as not to interfere with the light and air which the plants growing ...

    Article : 146 words
  9. THE FLOWER GARDEN.

    Many of the gardens in the coastal districts have been greatly benefited by the recent rainfall, and they will soon present a gay appearance. In places where water was liberally used during ...

    Article : 662 words
  10. SEMI-TROPICAL CULTIVATION.

    Tobacco will soon be ready for gathering, and every preparation should be made for housing and curing tine crop. Where land has been, well prepared, and the weather is favorable, plant out such ...

    Article : 99 words
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