The Horse-Hoing Husbandry

The Horse-Hoing Husbandry

Compleat in Four Parts: Or, An Essay on the Principles of Tillage and Vegetation. Wherein, Among Many Curious and Useful Improvements, the Following Are Treated Of; Viz. 1. Of Roots. 2. Of Leaves. 3. Of Food of Plants. 4. Of Pasture of Plants. 5. Of Dung. 6. Of Tillage. 7. Of Hoing. 8. Of Weeds. 9. Of Turneps. 10. Of Wheat. 11. Of Smuttiness. 12. Of Blight. 13. Of St. Foin. 14. Of Lucerne. 15. Of Change of Species. 16. Of Change of Individuals. 17. Of Plows. 18. Of Drill-Boxes. 19. Of the Turnep-Drill. 20. Of the Ho-Plow, &c. AS Also, A Method of Introducing A Sort of Vineyard-Culture Into the Corn-Fields, in Order to Increase Their Product, and Diminish the Common Expence; By the Use of Instruments Described in Cuts. The Second Edition. By Jethro Tull, of Shalborne in the County of Berks, Esq

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Publisher: London : printed for A. Millar, opposite to Katharine-Street, in the Strand, MDCCXLIII. [1743]
Characteristics: [2],x,274,[4]p.,plates ; 2⁰


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