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  2. THE CULTIVATOR.

    ALOPECURUS PRATENSIS—MEADOW FOXTAIL GRASS. —This grass is usually found on the best and richest pastures in England, and should prove valuable on the rich flats of our rivers. It is very early, and ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 2,391 words
  3. HOW TO SOW GRASSES WITHOUT CULTIVATION, ON STATIONS, BUSH PADDOCKS, OR NEWLY-CLEARED LAND.

    To do this successfully, we recommend sowing during autumn. If the land intended to be sown is thickly covered with native grasses, it will be necessary to have it eaten closely down, or better still, burned off; this ...

    Article : 123 words
  4. Facts for Farmers.

    If possible avoid exposing horses to severe storms. Use the brush freely, and feed more or less grain. A common mistake is to keep horses in the stable for days or weeks, and then when they are ...

    Article : 730 words
  5. Over-feeding Poultry.

    AN intelligent writer in The Poultry World shows that over-feeding is one of the most frequent causes of failure, especially among novices, a majority of whom " want their poultry to have all they can eat," thinking ...

    Article : 1,067 words
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