Self Instruction For Young Gardeners Foresters Bailiffs Land Stewards And Farmers

Author: John Claudius Loudon
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1108066399
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The diameter of the wheel of a pulley should be five times its thickness; the pin
one twelfth; one twelfth allowed on each side for play. Horse power is reckoned
as constant; but the horse can with difficulty work ... 2% miles an hour for 8 hours
a day, or 243 1b., 6 hours. Smeaton reckoned that a horse loaded with 224 lb.
could travel 25 ... Young makes it 3% millions of pounds one foot in one day of 10
hours. The horse draws with the greatest advantage when the line 138
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A Treatise On Insects Injurious To Gardeners Foresters Farmers

Author: Vincenz Kollar
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The moth is of the medium size ; it sits during the day with its wings lying close to
its body in a slanting direction, and when its wings are expanded, they measure
above two inches from one point to the other. There are four or five black notched
lines on the upper wings on a white ground, and there is a black spot between
the middle ones. The light-grey lower wings have some cross wavy stripes, of a
dark but faded colour. The lower border of all the four wings has a row of black
spots, ...

The Gardeners Dictionary

Author: Philip Miller
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In chufing the trees for an Espalier, endeavour as near as possible, to plant the
several sorts which are nearly of the same growth in one line, that the Espalier
may be the more regular, and of an equal height, which greatly adds to their
beauty; ... I would advise the placing the lines from the east a little inclining to the
south, and toward the west a little, inclining to the north, that the sun may shine
between the rows in the morning and evening when it is low ; for in the middle of
the day, ...

The Gardener S Magazine And Register Of Rural And Domestic Improvement

Author: John Claudius Loudon
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I was so satisfied with the answer as to have entirely given up my preconceived
opinion to that of this intelligent correspondent ; when, to my very agreeable
surprise the other day, in one of the salons of Paris, I met, ... you say the spurs
should be shortened to "one inch :" it is "one line" in the original. The error is of
some importance. Yours, — John Robertson. Kilkenny, January 30. 1831. [A line
is the tenth of an inch.] Art. IV. Horticultural Society and Garden. July 19. 1831.

Gardeners Chronicle New Horticulturist

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One bold waved line extended from one end to the other of the station wall,
hanging just below the roof, and within each bend was a large medallion of
flowers fringed with Fern fronds ; while below the line, in each angle of the wreath
, was a bold trophy formed of varicoloured flags. The line of floral bells
suspended from the roof was one of the happiest features in these decorations.
They were over thirty in number, and were suspended in a line from the roof by
pendants of evergreens.

Macro Photography For Gardeners And Nature Lovers

Author: Alan L. Detrick
Publisher: Timber Press
ISBN: 1604691549
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Notice how it goes from a hard sharp line to a soft edge to almost disappearing
as you go into the shade. Try the exercise at different times of the day. In early
morning when the sun is low, you should be able to see the texture of your skin
as ... and vertically, like a tic-tac-toe board, and place the subject at one of the
four points where the lines intersect to prevent images from being too static or flat.
Another rule advises us never to place the subject in the center of an image, but
then we ...

The Gardener S Magazine And Register Of Rural Domestic Improvement

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114.), from a design by Mr. Mangles, has been erected over it; extensive walks,
formed in the copse woods around it; and, hard by, a spacious mansion, late the
residence of Captain Forbes, R.N., has been opened as a hotel and boarding-
house, on reasonable terms. The situation being desirable in point of distance
from London, and in a country affording abundant food for the botanist, and the
lover of the picturesque, we should hope it will succeed. As in the case of our
Epinal hat (p.

Gardeners Chronicle Horticultural Trade Journal

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One bold waved line extended from one end to the other of the station wall,
hanging just below the roof, and within each bend was a large medallion of
flowers fringed with Fem fronds ; while below the line, in each angle of the wreath
, was a bold trophy formed of varicoloured flags. The line of floral bells
suspended from the roof was one of the happiest features in these decorations.
They were over thirty in number, and were suspended in a line from the roof by
pendants of evergreens.

Gardening All In One For Dummies

Author: The National Gardening Association
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118053168
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Gardeners have discovered that summer high temperatures can limit plant
survival just as surely as winter low temperatures. In 1997, the ... from heat. The
zones range from summer cool zone 1 (one day or less at 86°F or warmer)
through hot summer zone 12 (210 days or more per year). Full-color posters of
the AHS Heat-Zone Map are available for $9.95 — call the American Horticultural
Society at 1-800-777-7931 extension 110 or order online at www.ahs.org/books/
logo_wear.htm.

The Gardener S And Botanist S Dictionary

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As the season advances, the plants _ should be inured by degrees'to bear the
open air: when the pots are taken out of the bed, they must be placed where they
may CHJOY the morning sun, but screened from it in the heat of the day. ... I'll/s.
433. _ Class. 11. r. Dodecandria Monogyma. GENERlC CHARACTER. CAL. Per/'
ninth one-leafed, five-parted; dit'z/z'onr lanceolate, concave, acute, upright. *
COR. Petals five, wedge-shaped, concave, erect, lying over each other at the
sides, ...