A compendium of modern husbandry, principally written during a survey of Surrey, made at the desire of the Board of agriculture; illustrative also of the best practices in the neighbouring counties, Kent, Sussex, &c., in which is comprised an analysis of manures shewing their chemical contents, and the proper application of them to soils and plants of all descriptions. Also an essay on timber, exhibiting a view of the increasing scarcity of that important article, with hints on the means of counteracting it; together with a variety of miscellaneous subjects peculiarly adapted to the present state of the internal economy of the kingdom. By James Malcolm ...
|Main Author:||Malcolm, James.|
London, Printed for the author, by C. and R. Baldwin, 1805.
Armorial book-plate: Thomas Munro.
front. (v. 1, fold. map) 6 pl. (1 fold.)
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