The field book of manures; or The American muck book; treating of the nature, properties, sources, history, and operations of all the principal fertilizers and manures in common use, with specific directions for their preparation, preservation, and application to the soil and to crops; as combined with the leading principles of practical and scientific agriculture; drawn from authentic sources, actual experience, and personal observation ... By D. J. Browne ...
|Main Author:||Browne, D. J. 1804-|
New York, C. M. Saxton & company, 1858.
4 p. l., vii-xii, -422 p.
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