Soil Culture Containing a Comprehensive View of Agriculture, Horticulture, Pomology, Domestic Animals, Rural Economy, and Agricultural Literature
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Soil Culture Containing a Comprehensive View of Agriculture, Horticulture, Pomology, Domestic Animals, Rural Economy, and Agricultural Literature

By J. H. Walden
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  • SOIL CULTURE;
  • CONTAINING A COMPREHENSIVE VIEW OF AGRICULTURE, HORTICULTURE, POMOLOGY, DOMESTIC ANIMALS, RURAL ECONOMY, AND AGRICULTURAL LITERATURE.
    • BY
  • J. H. WALDEN, A. M.
    • ILLUSTRATED BY NUMEROUS ENGRAVINGS
    • TO THE PRACTICAL CULTIVATORS OF THE SOIL,
  • The True Lords of the Manor,
    • THIS VOLUME IS DEDICATED, BY THEIR SINCERE FRIEND, The Author.
  • PREFATORY NOTE TO THE READER.
  • ILLUSTRATIONS.
  • SOIL CULTURE.
    • ACCLIMATION.
      • ALMONDS.
      • APPLES.
      • APPLES FOR MIDDLE AND SOUTHERN PORTIONS OF THE EASTERN STATES, RIPENING IN SUCCESSION.
      • APPLES FOR THE NORTH.
      • APPLES FOR THE WESTERN STATES,
      • APPLES FOR THE SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST.
      • LIST OF APPLES FOR THE WESTERN STATES.
      • APRICOT.
      • ARTICHOKE.
      • ASHES.
      • ASPARAGUS.
      • BALM.
      • BARBERRY.
      • BARLEY.
      • BARNS.
      • BEANS.
      • BEES AND BEEHIVES.
      • BEETS.
      • BENE PLANT.
      • BIRDS.
      • BLACKBERRY.
      • BLACK RASPBERRY.
      • BONES.
      • BORECOLE, OR KALE.
      • BROCCOLI.
      • BROOM CORN.
      • BRUSSELS SPROUTS.
      • BUCKTHORN.
      • BUCKWHEAT.
      • BUDDING.
      • BUSHES.
      • BUTTER.
      • BUTTERNUT.
      • CABBAGE.
      • CALVES.
      • CANS.
      • CARROTS.
      • CAULIFLOWER.
      • CELERY.
      • CHEESE.
      • CHERRY.
      • CHARCOAL.
      • CHESTNUTS
      • CIDER.
      • CITRONS
      • CLOVER.
      • COFFEE BEAN.
      • CORN.
      • COTTON.
      • COWS.
      • SIXTH CLASS.
      • EIGHTH CLASS.
      • CRANBERRY.
      • CUCUMBERS.
      • CURRANTS.
      • DAIRY.
      • DECLENSION OF FRUITS.
      • DILL.
      • DRAINS.
      • DUCKS.
      • DWARFING.
      • EARLY FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
      • EGG PLANT.
      • EGGS.
      • ELDERBERRY.
      • ENDIVE.
      • FEEDING ANIMALS.
      • FENCES.
      • FENNEL.
      • FIGS.
      • FISH.
      • FLAX.
      • FLOWERS.
      • FOWLS.
      • FRUIT.
      • FRUITFULNESS.
      • GARDEN.
      • GARLIC.
      • GATHERING FRUITS.
      • GEESE.
      • GOOSEBERRY.
      • GRAFTING.
      • GRAPES.
      • GRASSES.
      • GREENHOUSE.
      • GYPSUM, OR PLASTER OF PARIS.
      • HARROWING.
      • HAY.
      • HEDGE.
      • HEMP.
      • HOEING.
      • HOPS.
      • HORSE.
      • HORSERADISH.
      • HOTBEDS.
      • HOUSES.
      • HYBRIDS.
      • INARCHING.
      • INSECTS.
      • IRON FILINGS.
      • IRRIGATION.
      • LABELS.
      • LANDSCAPE GARDENS.
      • LAYERING.
      • LAYING IN TREES.
      • LEEKS.
      • LEMON.
      • LETTUCE.
      • LICORICE.
      • LIME.
      • LIME.
      • LOCATION.
      • LOCUST-TREES.
      • MANURES.
      • MARL.
      • MARJORUM.
      • MELONS.
      • MILLET.
      • MINT.
      • MULBERRY.
      • MULCHING.
      • MUSHROOMS
      • MUSTARD.
      • NASTURTIUM.
      • NECTARINE.
      • NEW FRUITS.
      • NURSERY.
      • NUTS.
      • OAKS.
      • OATS.
      • OKRA.
      • OLIVES.
      • ONIONS.
      • ORANGES.
      • ORCHARDS.
      • OXEN.
      • PARSLEY.
      • PARSNIPS.
      • PASTURES.
      • PEAS.
      • PEACH.
      • PEAR.
      • PEPPERS.
      • PEPPERGRASS.
      • PLOWING.
      • PLUM.
      • POMEGRANATE.
      • POTATO.
      • PRESERVING FRUITS, &c.
      • PUMPKIN.
      • QUINCE.
      • RABBITS.
      • RADISH.
      • RASPBERRY.
      • RHUBARB.
      • RICE.
      • ROCKS.
      • ROLLER.
      • ROOT CROPS.
      • SAFFRON.
      • SAGE.
      • SALSIFY, OR VEGETABLE OYSTER.
      • SCRAPING LAND.
      • SEEDS.
      • SHEEP.
      • SHEPHERDIA OR BUFFALO BERRY.
      • SOILS.
      • SPINAGE, OR SPINACH.
      • SQUASH.
      • STRAWBERRY.
      • SUGAR.
      • SUMMER-SAVORY.
      • SUNFLOWER.
      • SWEET POTATO.
      • SWINE.
      • TOBACCO.
      • TOMATO.
      • TOOLS.
      • TRAINING.
      • TRANSPLANTING.
      • TURNIP.
      • WHEAT.
      • WHORTLEBERRY.
      • WILLOW.
      • WINE.
      • WOODLANDS.
      • POULTRY.
      • AGRICULTURAL PERIODICALS.
    • ALMONDS.
    • APPLES.
    • APPLES FOR MIDDLE AND SOUTHERN PORTIONS OF THE EASTERN STATES, RIPENING IN SUCCESSION.
    • APPLES FOR THE NORTH.
    • APPLES FOR THE WESTERN STATES,
    • APPLES FOR THE SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST.
    • LIST OF APPLES FOR THE WESTERN STATES.
    • APRICOT.
    • ARTICHOKE.
    • ASHES.
    • ASPARAGUS.
    • BALM.
    • BARBERRY.
    • BARLEY.
    • BARNS.
    • BEANS.
    • BEES AND BEEHIVES.
    • BEETS.
    • BENE PLANT.
    • BIRDS.
    • BLACKBERRY.
    • BLACK RASPBERRY.
    • BONES.
    • BORECOLE, OR KALE.
    • BROCCOLI.
    • BROOM CORN.
    • BRUSSELS SPROUTS.
    • BUCKTHORN.
    • BUCKWHEAT.
    • BUDDING.
    • BUSHES.
    • BUTTER.
    • BUTTERNUT.
    • CABBAGE.
    • CALVES.
    • CANS.
    • CARROTS.
    • CAULIFLOWER.
    • CELERY.
    • CHEESE.
    • CHERRY.
    • CHARCOAL.
    • CHESTNUTS
    • CIDER.
    • CITRONS
    • CLOVER.
    • COFFEE BEAN.
    • CORN.
    • COTTON.
    • COWS.
    • SIXTH CLASS.
    • EIGHTH CLASS.
    • CRANBERRY.
    • CUCUMBERS.
    • CURRANTS.
    • DAIRY.
    • DECLENSION OF FRUITS.
    • DILL.
    • DRAINS.
    • DUCKS.
    • DWARFING.
    • EARLY FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
    • EGG PLANT.
    • EGGS.
    • ELDERBERRY.
    • ENDIVE.
    • FEEDING ANIMALS.
    • FENCES.
    • FENNEL.
    • FIGS.
    • FISH.
    • FLAX.
    • FLOWERS.
    • FOWLS.
    • FRUIT.
    • FRUITFULNESS.
    • GARDEN.
    • GARLIC.
    • GATHERING FRUITS.
    • GEESE.
    • GOOSEBERRY.
    • GRAFTING.
    • GRAPES.
    • GRASSES.
    • GREENHOUSE.
    • GYPSUM, OR PLASTER OF PARIS.
    • HARROWING.
    • HAY.
    • HEDGE.
    • HEMP.
    • HOEING.
    • HOPS.
    • HORSE.
    • HORSERADISH.
    • HOTBEDS.
    • HOUSES.
    • HYBRIDS.
    • INARCHING.
    • INSECTS.
    • IRON FILINGS.
    • IRRIGATION.
    • LABELS.
    • LANDSCAPE GARDENS.
    • LAYERING.
    • LAYING IN TREES.
    • LEEKS.
    • LEMON.
    • LETTUCE.
    • LICORICE.
    • LIME.
    • LIME.
    • LOCATION.
    • LOCUST-TREES.
    • MANURES.
    • MARL.
    • MARJORUM.
    • MELONS.
    • MILLET.
    • MINT.
    • MULBERRY.
    • MULCHING.
    • MUSHROOMS
    • MUSTARD.
    • NASTURTIUM.
    • NECTARINE.
    • NEW FRUITS.
    • NURSERY.
    • NUTS.
    • OAKS.
    • OATS.
    • OKRA.
    • OLIVES.
    • ONIONS.
    • ORANGES.
    • ORCHARDS.
    • OXEN.
    • PARSLEY.
    • PARSNIPS.
    • PASTURES.
    • PEAS.
    • PEACH.
    • PEAR.
    • PEPPERS.
    • PEPPERGRASS.
    • PLOWING.
    • PLUM.
    • POMEGRANATE.
    • POTATO.
    • PRESERVING FRUITS, &c.
    • PUMPKIN.
    • QUINCE.
    • RABBITS.
    • RADISH.
    • RASPBERRY.
    • RHUBARB.
    • RICE.
    • ROCKS.
    • ROLLER.
    • ROOT CROPS.
    • SAFFRON.
    • SAGE.
    • SALSIFY, OR VEGETABLE OYSTER.
    • SCRAPING LAND.
    • SEEDS.
    • SHEEP.
    • SHEPHERDIA OR BUFFALO BERRY.
    • SOILS.
    • SPINAGE, OR SPINACH.
    • SQUASH.
    • STRAWBERRY.
    • SUGAR.
    • SUMMER-SAVORY.
    • SUNFLOWER.
    • SWEET POTATO.
    • SWINE.
    • TOBACCO.
    • TOMATO.
    • TOOLS.
    • TRAINING.
    • TRANSPLANTING.
    • TURNIP.
    • WHEAT.
    • WHORTLEBERRY.
    • WILLOW.
    • WINE.
    • WOODLANDS.
    • POULTRY.
    • AGRICULTURAL PERIODICALS.
  • INDEX.
    • AGRICULTURAL BOOKS,
      • PUBLISHED BY
      • A. O. MOORE,
    • PUBLISHED BY
    • A. O. MOORE,
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