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" The grains which extend farthest to the north in Europe are barley and oats. These, which in the milder climates are not used for bread, afford to the inhabitants of the northern parts of Norway and Sweden, of a part of Siberia and Scotland, their chief... "
A natural system of botany - Pągina 375
per John Lindley - 1836 - 80 pągines
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An Encyclopęaedia of Domestic Economy: Comprising Such Subjects as ..., Volum 2

Thomas Webster - 1815 - 1238 pągines
...fartheit to the north in Europe are harley and oats ; these, which in the milder climates are not need for bread, afford to the inhabitants of the northern parts of Norway and Sweden, and part of Siberia, their chief vegetable food. Rye is the neit which becomes associated with these....
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The Edinburgh Philosophical Journal, Volum 12

1825
...high latitude (70°). Beyond this, dried fish, and bere and there potatoes, supply the place of grain. The grains which extend farthest to the north in Europe...chief vegetable nourishment. Rye is the next which become associated with these. This is the prevailing grain in a great part of the northern temperate...
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Bertha's Visit to Her Uncle in England, Volum 3

Mrs. Marcet (Jane Haldimand) - 1830
...of the distribution of those grasses which are cultivated. " The cultivated grasses," she said, «' which extend farthest to the north in Europe, are barley and oats. These, which in milder climates are not generally used for bread, afford the inhabitants of Norway, Sweden, and Scotland,...
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An Introduction to the Natural System of Botany: Or, A Systematic View of ...

John Lindley, John Torrey - 1831 - 392 pągines
...latitude (70°). Beyond this, dried fish, and here and there potatoes, supply the place of grain. " The^ grains which extend farthest to the north in...milder climates are not used for bread, afford to th$ inhabitants of the northern parts of Norway and Sweden, of a part of Siberia and Scotland, their...
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Outlines of Botany: Including a General History of the Vegetable ..., Volum 1

Gilbert Thomas Burnett - 1835 - 1190 pągines
...here and there potatoes, supply the place of grain. The grains which extend farthest to-the north of Europe are barley and oats. These, which in the milder...northern parts of Norway and Sweden, of a part of Siberia und Scotland, their chief vegetable nourishment. " Rye is the next which becomes associated with these....
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Bertha's Journal During a Visit to Her Uncle in England: Containing a ...

1851 - 492 pągines
...idea of the distribution of those grasses which are cultivated. ' The cultivated grasses,' she said, ' which extend farthest to the north in Europe, are barley and oats. These, whicli in milder climates are not generally used for bread, afford the inhabitants of Norway, Sweden,...
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CHARLES DICKENS - 1860
...successive years, yielding a crop similar to the corn of the country. The grains which extend furthest to the north in Europe, are barley and oats. These,...inhabitants of the northern parts of Norway and Sweden, and the inhabitants of a part of Siberia and Scotland, their principal food. Rye is the next and prevailing...
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Evans's Rural Economist, Volum 1

1862
...latitude, (70 degrees.) Beyond this, dried fish, and here and there potatoes, supply the place of grain. The grains which extend farthest to the north in Europe...associated with these. This is the prevailing grain of the northern temperate zone. In Siberia buckwheat is cultivated. In the zone where rye prevails,...
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The Farmer's Magazine

1861
...Beyond this, dried fiih, snd here and there potatoes, supply the place of grsin. The grains which eitend farthest to the north in Europe are barley and oats....northern parts of Norway and Sweden, of a part of Siberis, aud Scotland, their chief vegetable nourishment. Rye is the next which becomes asiociated...
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The Cyclopaedia of India and of Eastern and Southern Asia ..., Volum 3

Edward Balfour - 1885
...scarcely above 55°, and in Kamtechatka there is no agriculture even in the most southern parts (51°). The grains which extend farthest to the north in Europe are barley and oats. In the milder climates these are not used for bread, but they afford to the inhabitants of the northern...
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