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The First Book of Farming

By C. L. (Charles Landon) Goodrich
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  • The First Book of Farming
  • The First Book of Farming
    • By
    • CHARLES L. GOODRICH
      • Illustrated
    • Illustrated
    • PREFACE
    • CONTENTS
      • PART I
        • General Principles Underlying Plant Culture
      • General Principles Underlying Plant Culture
      • PART II
        • Soil Fertility As Affected By Farm Operations And Farm Practices
      • Soil Fertility As Affected By Farm Operations And Farm Practices
    • PART I
      • General Principles Underlying Plant Culture
    • General Principles Underlying Plant Culture
    • PART II
      • Soil Fertility As Affected By Farm Operations And Farm Practices
    • Soil Fertility As Affected By Farm Operations And Farm Practices
    • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
    • Part I
      • General Principles Underlying Plant Culture
    • General Principles Underlying Plant Culture
    • THE FIRST BOOK OF FARMING
      • Part I
      • General Principles Underlying Plant Culture
      • CHAPTER IToC
      • Introduction to Plants
      • CHAPTER IIToC
      • Roots
        • USES OF ROOTS TO PLANTS
        • HABIT OF GROWTH OF ROOTS
        • CONDITIONS NECESSARY FOR ROOT GROWTH
      • USES OF ROOTS TO PLANTS
      • HABIT OF GROWTH OF ROOTS
      • CONDITIONS NECESSARY FOR ROOT GROWTH
      • CHAPTER IIIToC
      • Soils
        • RELATION OF SOIL TO PLANTS
        • CLASSIFICATION OF SOILS
        • HOW WERE SOILS MADE?
        • SOIL TEXTURE
      • RELATION OF SOIL TO PLANTS
      • CLASSIFICATION OF SOILS
      • HOW WERE SOILS MADE?
      • SOIL TEXTURE
      • CHAPTER IVToC
      • Relation of Soils to Water
        • IMPORTANCE OF WATER TO PLANTS
        • SOURCES OF SOIL WATER
        • ATTITUDE OF THE SOILS TOWARDS WATER
        • THE EFFECT OF WORKING SOILS WHEN WET
      • IMPORTANCE OF WATER TO PLANTS
      • SOURCES OF SOIL WATER
      • ATTITUDE OF THE SOILS TOWARDS WATER
      • THE EFFECT OF WORKING SOILS WHEN WET
      • CHAPTER VToC
      • Forms of Soil Water
        • FREE WATER
        • CAPILLARY WATER
        • FILM WATER
      • FREE WATER
      • CAPILLARY WATER
      • FILM WATER
      • CHAPTER VIToC
      • Loss of Soil Water
        • LOSS OF SOIL WATER AND MEANS OF CHECKING THE LOSS
      • LOSS OF SOIL WATER AND MEANS OF CHECKING THE LOSS
      • CHAPTER VIIToC
      • Soil Temperature
        • HOW SOILS ARE WARMED
        • HOW SOILS LOSE HEAT
        • CONDITIONS WHICH INFLUENCE SOIL TEMPERATURE
        • VALUE OF ORGANIC MATTER
      • HOW SOILS ARE WARMED
      • HOW SOILS LOSE HEAT
      • CONDITIONS WHICH INFLUENCE SOIL TEMPERATURE
      • VALUE OF ORGANIC MATTER
      • CHAPTER VIIIToC
      • Plant Food in the Soil
      • CHAPTER IXToC
      • Seeds
        • CONDITIONS NECESSARY FOR SEEDS TO SPROUT
        • SEED TESTING
        • HOW THE SEEDS COME UP
        • USE OF COTYLEDONS AND ENDOSPERM
      • CONDITIONS NECESSARY FOR SEEDS TO SPROUT
      • SEED TESTING
      • HOW THE SEEDS COME UP
      • USE OF COTYLEDONS AND ENDOSPERM
      • CHAPTER XToC
      • Seed Planting
        • HOW DEEP SHOULD SEEDS BE PLANTED?
        • SEED CLASSIFICATION
        • TRANSPLANTING
      • HOW DEEP SHOULD SEEDS BE PLANTED?
      • SEED CLASSIFICATION
      • TRANSPLANTING
      • CHAPTER XIToC
      • Spading and Plowing
        • SPADING THE SOIL
        • PLOWING
        • WHY DO WE SPADE AND PLOW?
        • PARTS OF A PLOW
        • CHARACTERISTICS OF A GOOD PLOW
        • THE FURROW SLICE
        • HOW DEEP SHALL WE PLOW?
        • BREAKING OUT THE MIDDLES
        • THROWING THE LAND UP IN RIDGES
        • TIME TO PLOW
        • BARE FALLOW
      • SPADING THE SOIL
      • PLOWING
      • WHY DO WE SPADE AND PLOW?
      • PARTS OF A PLOW
      • CHARACTERISTICS OF A GOOD PLOW
      • THE FURROW SLICE
      • HOW DEEP SHALL WE PLOW?
      • BREAKING OUT THE MIDDLES
      • THROWING THE LAND UP IN RIDGES
      • TIME TO PLOW
      • BARE FALLOW
      • CHAPTER XIIToC
      • Harrowing and Rolling
        • HARROWING
        • HARROWS
        • ROLLING
      • HARROWING
      • HARROWS
      • ROLLING
      • CHAPTER XIIIToC
      • Leaves
        • FACTS ABOUT LEAVES
        • THE USES OF LEAVES TO PLANTS
        • HOW THE WORK OF SOME LEAVES IS INTERFERED WITH
      • FACTS ABOUT LEAVES
      • THE USES OF LEAVES TO PLANTS
      • HOW THE WORK OF SOME LEAVES IS INTERFERED WITH
      • CHAPTER XIVToC
      • Stems
        • WHAT ARE STEMS FOR?
        • HOW THE WORK OF THE STEM MAY BE INTERFERED WITH
      • WHAT ARE STEMS FOR?
      • HOW THE WORK OF THE STEM MAY BE INTERFERED WITH
      • CHAPTER XVToC
      • Flowers
        • FUNCTION OR USE OF FLOWERS TO PLANTS
        • PARTS OF A FLOWER
        • FUNCTIONS OF THE PARTS OF THE FLOWERS
        • VALUE OF A KNOWLEDGE OF THE FLOWER
        • FRUIT
      • FUNCTION OR USE OF FLOWERS TO PLANTS
      • PARTS OF A FLOWER
      • FUNCTIONS OF THE PARTS OF THE FLOWERS
      • VALUE OF A KNOWLEDGE OF THE FLOWER
      • FRUIT
    • Part I
    • General Principles Underlying Plant Culture
    • CHAPTER IToC
    • Introduction to Plants
    • CHAPTER IIToC
    • Roots
      • USES OF ROOTS TO PLANTS
      • HABIT OF GROWTH OF ROOTS
      • CONDITIONS NECESSARY FOR ROOT GROWTH
    • USES OF ROOTS TO PLANTS
    • HABIT OF GROWTH OF ROOTS
    • CONDITIONS NECESSARY FOR ROOT GROWTH
    • CHAPTER IIIToC
    • Soils
      • RELATION OF SOIL TO PLANTS
      • CLASSIFICATION OF SOILS
      • HOW WERE SOILS MADE?
      • SOIL TEXTURE
    • RELATION OF SOIL TO PLANTS
    • CLASSIFICATION OF SOILS
    • HOW WERE SOILS MADE?
    • SOIL TEXTURE
    • CHAPTER IVToC
    • Relation of Soils to Water
      • IMPORTANCE OF WATER TO PLANTS
      • SOURCES OF SOIL WATER
      • ATTITUDE OF THE SOILS TOWARDS WATER
      • THE EFFECT OF WORKING SOILS WHEN WET
    • IMPORTANCE OF WATER TO PLANTS
    • SOURCES OF SOIL WATER
    • ATTITUDE OF THE SOILS TOWARDS WATER
    • THE EFFECT OF WORKING SOILS WHEN WET
    • CHAPTER VToC
    • Forms of Soil Water
      • FREE WATER
      • CAPILLARY WATER
      • FILM WATER
    • FREE WATER
    • CAPILLARY WATER
    • FILM WATER
    • CHAPTER VIToC
    • Loss of Soil Water
      • LOSS OF SOIL WATER AND MEANS OF CHECKING THE LOSS
    • LOSS OF SOIL WATER AND MEANS OF CHECKING THE LOSS
    • CHAPTER VIIToC
    • Soil Temperature
      • HOW SOILS ARE WARMED
      • HOW SOILS LOSE HEAT
      • CONDITIONS WHICH INFLUENCE SOIL TEMPERATURE
      • VALUE OF ORGANIC MATTER
    • HOW SOILS ARE WARMED
    • HOW SOILS LOSE HEAT
    • CONDITIONS WHICH INFLUENCE SOIL TEMPERATURE
    • VALUE OF ORGANIC MATTER
    • CHAPTER VIIIToC
    • Plant Food in the Soil
    • CHAPTER IXToC
    • Seeds
      • CONDITIONS NECESSARY FOR SEEDS TO SPROUT
      • SEED TESTING
      • HOW THE SEEDS COME UP
      • USE OF COTYLEDONS AND ENDOSPERM
    • CONDITIONS NECESSARY FOR SEEDS TO SPROUT
    • SEED TESTING
    • HOW THE SEEDS COME UP
    • USE OF COTYLEDONS AND ENDOSPERM
    • CHAPTER XToC
    • Seed Planting
      • HOW DEEP SHOULD SEEDS BE PLANTED?
      • SEED CLASSIFICATION
      • TRANSPLANTING
    • HOW DEEP SHOULD SEEDS BE PLANTED?
    • SEED CLASSIFICATION
    • TRANSPLANTING
    • CHAPTER XIToC
    • Spading and Plowing
      • SPADING THE SOIL
      • PLOWING
      • WHY DO WE SPADE AND PLOW?
      • PARTS OF A PLOW
      • CHARACTERISTICS OF A GOOD PLOW
      • THE FURROW SLICE
      • HOW DEEP SHALL WE PLOW?
      • BREAKING OUT THE MIDDLES
      • THROWING THE LAND UP IN RIDGES
      • TIME TO PLOW
      • BARE FALLOW
    • SPADING THE SOIL
    • PLOWING
    • WHY DO WE SPADE AND PLOW?
    • PARTS OF A PLOW
    • CHARACTERISTICS OF A GOOD PLOW
    • THE FURROW SLICE
    • HOW DEEP SHALL WE PLOW?
    • BREAKING OUT THE MIDDLES
    • THROWING THE LAND UP IN RIDGES
    • TIME TO PLOW
    • BARE FALLOW
    • CHAPTER XIIToC
    • Harrowing and Rolling
      • HARROWING
      • HARROWS
      • ROLLING
    • HARROWING
    • HARROWS
    • ROLLING
    • CHAPTER XIIIToC
    • Leaves
      • FACTS ABOUT LEAVES
      • THE USES OF LEAVES TO PLANTS
      • HOW THE WORK OF SOME LEAVES IS INTERFERED WITH
    • FACTS ABOUT LEAVES
    • THE USES OF LEAVES TO PLANTS
    • HOW THE WORK OF SOME LEAVES IS INTERFERED WITH
    • CHAPTER XIVToC
    • Stems
      • WHAT ARE STEMS FOR?
      • HOW THE WORK OF THE STEM MAY BE INTERFERED WITH
    • WHAT ARE STEMS FOR?
    • HOW THE WORK OF THE STEM MAY BE INTERFERED WITH
    • CHAPTER XVToC
    • Flowers
      • FUNCTION OR USE OF FLOWERS TO PLANTS
      • PARTS OF A FLOWER
      • FUNCTIONS OF THE PARTS OF THE FLOWERS
      • VALUE OF A KNOWLEDGE OF THE FLOWER
      • FRUIT
    • FUNCTION OR USE OF FLOWERS TO PLANTS
    • PARTS OF A FLOWER
    • FUNCTIONS OF THE PARTS OF THE FLOWERS
    • VALUE OF A KNOWLEDGE OF THE FLOWER
    • FRUIT
    • Part II
      • Soil Fertility as Affected by Farm Operations and Farm Practices
      • CHAPTER XVIToC
      • A Fertile Soil
        • PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF A FERTILE SOIL
        • BIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF A FERTILE SOIL
        • NITROGEN-FIXING GERMS
        • NITRIFYING GERMS
        • DENITRIFYING GERMS
        • CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF A FERTILE SOIL
        • MAINTENANCE OF FERTILITY
      • PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF A FERTILE SOIL
      • BIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF A FERTILE SOIL
      • NITROGEN-FIXING GERMS
      • NITRIFYING GERMS
      • DENITRIFYING GERMS
      • CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF A FERTILE SOIL
      • MAINTENANCE OF FERTILITY
      • CHAPTER XVIIToC
      • Soil Water
        • IMPORTANCE OF SOIL WATER
        • NECESSITY OF SOIL WATER
        • SOURCES AND FORMS OF SOIL WATER
        • TOO MUCH WATER
        • NOT ENOUGH WATER
        • LOSS OF SOIL WATER
        • HOW SOME FARM OPERATIONS INFLUENCE SOIL WATER
        • HOEING, RAKING, HARROWING, AND CULTIVATING
        • MANURES AND SOIL WATER
        • METHODS OF CROPPING AND SOIL WATER
        • SELECTION OF CROPS WITH REFERENCE TO SOIL WATER
      • IMPORTANCE OF SOIL WATER
      • NECESSITY OF SOIL WATER
      • SOURCES AND FORMS OF SOIL WATER
      • TOO MUCH WATER
      • NOT ENOUGH WATER
      • LOSS OF SOIL WATER
      • HOW SOME FARM OPERATIONS INFLUENCE SOIL WATER
      • HOEING, RAKING, HARROWING, AND CULTIVATING
      • MANURES AND SOIL WATER
      • METHODS OF CROPPING AND SOIL WATER
      • SELECTION OF CROPS WITH REFERENCE TO SOIL WATER
      • CHAPTER XVIIIToC
      • THE AFTER-CULTIVATION OF CROPS
        • LOSS OF WATER BY EVAPORATION
        • LOSS OF WATER THROUGH WEEDS
        • SAVING THE WATER
        • TIME TO CULTIVATE
        • TOOLS FOR AFTER-CULTIVATION
        • HILLING AND RIDGING
      • LOSS OF WATER BY EVAPORATION
      • LOSS OF WATER THROUGH WEEDS
      • SAVING THE WATER
      • TIME TO CULTIVATE
      • TOOLS FOR AFTER-CULTIVATION
      • HILLING AND RIDGING
      • CHAPTER XIXToC
      • Farm Manures
        • FUNCTIONS OF MANURES AND FERTILIZERS
        • CLASSIFICATION OF MANURES AND FERTILIZERS
        • IMPORTANCE OF FARM MANURES
        • BARN OR STABLE MANURE
        • LOSS OF VALUE
        • CHECKING THE LOSSES
        • APPLYING THE MANURE TO THE SOIL
        • PROPER CONDITION OF MANURE WHEN APPLIED
        • COMPOSTS
      • FUNCTIONS OF MANURES AND FERTILIZERS
      • CLASSIFICATION OF MANURES AND FERTILIZERS
      • IMPORTANCE OF FARM MANURES
      • BARN OR STABLE MANURE
      • LOSS OF VALUE
      • CHECKING THE LOSSES
      • APPLYING THE MANURE TO THE SOIL
      • PROPER CONDITION OF MANURE WHEN APPLIED
      • COMPOSTS
      • CHAPTER XXToC
      • Farm Manures—concluded
        • GREEN-CROP MANURES
        • BENEFITS
        • CHARACTER OF BEST PLANTS FOR GREEN CROP MANURING
        • THE TIME FOR GROWING GREEN MANURE CROPS
        • LEGUMINOUS GREEN MANURE CROPS
        • NON-LEGUMINOUS GREEN MANURE PLANTS
      • GREEN-CROP MANURES
      • BENEFITS
      • CHARACTER OF BEST PLANTS FOR GREEN CROP MANURING
      • THE TIME FOR GROWING GREEN MANURE CROPS
      • LEGUMINOUS GREEN MANURE CROPS
      • NON-LEGUMINOUS GREEN MANURE PLANTS
      • CHAPTER XXIToC
      • Commercial Fertilizers
        • THE RAW MATERIALS
        • SOURCES OF NITROGEN
        • SOURCES OF PHOSPHORIC ACID
        • SOURCES OF POTASH
        • LIME
      • THE RAW MATERIALS
      • SOURCES OF NITROGEN
      • SOURCES OF PHOSPHORIC ACID
      • SOURCES OF POTASH
      • LIME
      • CHAPTER XXIIToC
      • Commercial Fertilizers—continued
        • MIXED FERTILIZERS
        • VALUATION
        • LOW GRADE MIXTURES
        • BUY ON THE PLANT FOOD BASIS
      • MIXED FERTILIZERS
      • VALUATION
      • LOW GRADE MIXTURES
      • BUY ON THE PLANT FOOD BASIS
      • CHAPTER XXIIIToC
      • Commercial Fertilizers—Concluded
        • THE HOME MIXING OF FERTILIZERS
        • KIND AND AMOUNT TO BUY
        • THE CROP
        • THE SOIL
        • SYSTEM OF FARMING
        • TESTING THE SOIL
      • THE HOME MIXING OF FERTILIZERS
      • KIND AND AMOUNT TO BUY
      • THE CROP
      • THE SOIL
      • SYSTEM OF FARMING
      • TESTING THE SOIL
      • CHAPTER XXIVToC
      • The Rotation of Crops
        • SYSTEMS OF CROPPING
        • THE ONE CROP SYSTEM
        • THE ROTATION OF CROPS
        • BENEFITS DERIVED FROM ROTATION OF CROPS
        • THE TYPICAL ROTATION
        • CONDITIONS WHICH MODIFY THE ROTATION
        • GENERAL RULES
        • LENGTH OF THE ROTATION
      • SYSTEMS OF CROPPING
      • THE ONE CROP SYSTEM
      • THE ROTATION OF CROPS
      • BENEFITS DERIVED FROM ROTATION OF CROPS
      • THE TYPICAL ROTATION
      • CONDITIONS WHICH MODIFY THE ROTATION
      • GENERAL RULES
      • LENGTH OF THE ROTATION
      • CHAPTER XXVToC
      • Farm Drainage
        • HOW SURPLUS WATER AFFECTS FERTILITY
        • INDICATIONS OF A NEED OF DRAINAGE
        • DRAINS
        • INFLUENCE OF COVERED OR UNDER DRAINS ON FERTILITY
        • LOCATION OF DRAINS
      • HOW SURPLUS WATER AFFECTS FERTILITY
      • INDICATIONS OF A NEED OF DRAINAGE
      • DRAINS
      • INFLUENCE OF COVERED OR UNDER DRAINS ON FERTILITY
      • LOCATION OF DRAINS
      • GLOSSARY
      • INDEX
    • Soil Fertility as Affected by Farm Operations and Farm Practices
    • CHAPTER XVIToC
    • A Fertile Soil
      • PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF A FERTILE SOIL
      • BIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF A FERTILE SOIL
      • NITROGEN-FIXING GERMS
      • NITRIFYING GERMS
      • DENITRIFYING GERMS
      • CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF A FERTILE SOIL
      • MAINTENANCE OF FERTILITY
    • PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF A FERTILE SOIL
    • BIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF A FERTILE SOIL
    • NITROGEN-FIXING GERMS
    • NITRIFYING GERMS
    • DENITRIFYING GERMS
    • CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF A FERTILE SOIL
    • MAINTENANCE OF FERTILITY
    • CHAPTER XVIIToC
    • Soil Water
      • IMPORTANCE OF SOIL WATER
      • NECESSITY OF SOIL WATER
      • SOURCES AND FORMS OF SOIL WATER
      • TOO MUCH WATER
      • NOT ENOUGH WATER
      • LOSS OF SOIL WATER
      • HOW SOME FARM OPERATIONS INFLUENCE SOIL WATER
      • HOEING, RAKING, HARROWING, AND CULTIVATING
      • MANURES AND SOIL WATER
      • METHODS OF CROPPING AND SOIL WATER
      • SELECTION OF CROPS WITH REFERENCE TO SOIL WATER
    • IMPORTANCE OF SOIL WATER
    • NECESSITY OF SOIL WATER
    • SOURCES AND FORMS OF SOIL WATER
    • TOO MUCH WATER
    • NOT ENOUGH WATER
    • LOSS OF SOIL WATER
    • HOW SOME FARM OPERATIONS INFLUENCE SOIL WATER
    • HOEING, RAKING, HARROWING, AND CULTIVATING
    • MANURES AND SOIL WATER
    • METHODS OF CROPPING AND SOIL WATER
    • SELECTION OF CROPS WITH REFERENCE TO SOIL WATER
    • CHAPTER XVIIIToC
    • THE AFTER-CULTIVATION OF CROPS
      • LOSS OF WATER BY EVAPORATION
      • LOSS OF WATER THROUGH WEEDS
      • SAVING THE WATER
      • TIME TO CULTIVATE
      • TOOLS FOR AFTER-CULTIVATION
      • HILLING AND RIDGING
    • LOSS OF WATER BY EVAPORATION
    • LOSS OF WATER THROUGH WEEDS
    • SAVING THE WATER
    • TIME TO CULTIVATE
    • TOOLS FOR AFTER-CULTIVATION
    • HILLING AND RIDGING
    • CHAPTER XIXToC
    • Farm Manures
      • FUNCTIONS OF MANURES AND FERTILIZERS
      • CLASSIFICATION OF MANURES AND FERTILIZERS
      • IMPORTANCE OF FARM MANURES
      • BARN OR STABLE MANURE
      • LOSS OF VALUE
      • CHECKING THE LOSSES
      • APPLYING THE MANURE TO THE SOIL
      • PROPER CONDITION OF MANURE WHEN APPLIED
      • COMPOSTS
    • FUNCTIONS OF MANURES AND FERTILIZERS
    • CLASSIFICATION OF MANURES AND FERTILIZERS
    • IMPORTANCE OF FARM MANURES
    • BARN OR STABLE MANURE
    • LOSS OF VALUE
    • CHECKING THE LOSSES
    • APPLYING THE MANURE TO THE SOIL
    • PROPER CONDITION OF MANURE WHEN APPLIED
    • COMPOSTS
    • CHAPTER XXToC
    • Farm Manures—concluded
      • GREEN-CROP MANURES
      • BENEFITS
      • CHARACTER OF BEST PLANTS FOR GREEN CROP MANURING
      • THE TIME FOR GROWING GREEN MANURE CROPS
      • LEGUMINOUS GREEN MANURE CROPS
      • NON-LEGUMINOUS GREEN MANURE PLANTS
    • GREEN-CROP MANURES
    • BENEFITS
    • CHARACTER OF BEST PLANTS FOR GREEN CROP MANURING
    • THE TIME FOR GROWING GREEN MANURE CROPS
    • LEGUMINOUS GREEN MANURE CROPS
    • NON-LEGUMINOUS GREEN MANURE PLANTS
    • CHAPTER XXIToC
    • Commercial Fertilizers
      • THE RAW MATERIALS
      • SOURCES OF NITROGEN
      • SOURCES OF PHOSPHORIC ACID
      • SOURCES OF POTASH
      • LIME
    • THE RAW MATERIALS
    • SOURCES OF NITROGEN
    • SOURCES OF PHOSPHORIC ACID
    • SOURCES OF POTASH
    • LIME
    • CHAPTER XXIIToC
    • Commercial Fertilizers—continued
      • MIXED FERTILIZERS
      • VALUATION
      • LOW GRADE MIXTURES
      • BUY ON THE PLANT FOOD BASIS
    • MIXED FERTILIZERS
    • VALUATION
    • LOW GRADE MIXTURES
    • BUY ON THE PLANT FOOD BASIS
    • CHAPTER XXIIIToC
    • Commercial Fertilizers—Concluded
      • THE HOME MIXING OF FERTILIZERS
      • KIND AND AMOUNT TO BUY
      • THE CROP
      • THE SOIL
      • SYSTEM OF FARMING
      • TESTING THE SOIL
    • THE HOME MIXING OF FERTILIZERS
    • KIND AND AMOUNT TO BUY
    • THE CROP
    • THE SOIL
    • SYSTEM OF FARMING
    • TESTING THE SOIL
    • CHAPTER XXIVToC
    • The Rotation of Crops
      • SYSTEMS OF CROPPING
      • THE ONE CROP SYSTEM
      • THE ROTATION OF CROPS
      • BENEFITS DERIVED FROM ROTATION OF CROPS
      • THE TYPICAL ROTATION
      • CONDITIONS WHICH MODIFY THE ROTATION
      • GENERAL RULES
      • LENGTH OF THE ROTATION
    • SYSTEMS OF CROPPING
    • THE ONE CROP SYSTEM
    • THE ROTATION OF CROPS
    • BENEFITS DERIVED FROM ROTATION OF CROPS
    • THE TYPICAL ROTATION
    • CONDITIONS WHICH MODIFY THE ROTATION
    • GENERAL RULES
    • LENGTH OF THE ROTATION
    • CHAPTER XXVToC
    • Farm Drainage
      • HOW SURPLUS WATER AFFECTS FERTILITY
      • INDICATIONS OF A NEED OF DRAINAGE
      • DRAINS
      • INFLUENCE OF COVERED OR UNDER DRAINS ON FERTILITY
      • LOCATION OF DRAINS
    • HOW SURPLUS WATER AFFECTS FERTILITY
    • INDICATIONS OF A NEED OF DRAINAGE
    • DRAINS
    • INFLUENCE OF COVERED OR UNDER DRAINS ON FERTILITY
    • LOCATION OF DRAINS
    • GLOSSARY
    • INDEX
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