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" Where vineyards are cultivated, a limestone soil, or one composed of decaying calcareous rocks,-is by far the best ; but where, as in most gardens, the vine is raised solely for its fruit, the soil should be highly enriched. The foreign grape will scarcely... "
The Fruits and Fruit Trees of America: Or, The Culture, Propagation, and ... - Página 219
de Andrew Jackson Downing - 1845 - 594 páginas
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The American Fruit Culturist: Containing Directions for the Propagation and ...

John Jacobs Thomas - 1849 - 410 páginas
...scions having been preserved in a cool cellar for this purpose. Suil. "The essence," savs Downing, "of all that can be said in grape culture respecting...soil, is that it be dry and light, deep and rich." A dry bottom is highly essential; hence a bed of stones, shells and bones, eighteen inches beneath...
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The Illustrated Annual Register of Rural Affairs and ..., Volúmenes 1-3

John J. Thomas - 1855
...scions having been preserved iii a cool cellar for this purpose. SOIL. " The essence," says Downing, " of all that can be said in grape culture respecting...soil, is that it be dry and light, deep and rich." A dry bottom is highly essential; hence a bed of stones, shells and bones, eighteen. inches beneath...
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A Complete Manual for the Cultivation of the Strawberry: With a Description ...

Richard Gay Pardee - 1864 - 157 páginas
...gravelly loam is best for the grape, and should be well drained and warm. " The essence," says Downing, "of all that can be said in grape culture respecting soil, is that it be dry, light, deep, rich." It is somewhat difficult in wet clay lands to raise good grapes, unless the vine...
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A Complete Manual for the Cultivation of the Strawberry: With a Description ...

Richard Gay Pardee - 1860 - 157 páginas
...gravelly loam is best for the grape, and should be well drained and warm. " The essence," says Downing, "of all that can be said in grape culture respecting soil, is that it be dry, light, deep, rich." It is somewhat difficult in wet clay lands to raise good grapes, unless the vine...
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Hyatt's Hand-book of Grape Culture: Or, Why, Where, When, and how to Plant ...

Thomas Hart Hyatt - 1867 - 279 páginas
...Downing, who was so thoroughly versed in all pertaining to fruit culture, sums up Iris opinion by saying: The essence of all that can be said in grape culture...soil is, that it be dry and light, deep and rich. This used to be our opinion ; and, acting upon it, while cultivating an old vineyard in the neighborhood...
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Rural Affairs, Volumen 1

1873
...scions having been preserved in a cool cellar for this purpose. SOIL. " The essence," says Downing, " of all that can be said in grape culture respecting...soil, is that it be dry and light. deep and rich." A dry bottom is highly essential; hence a bed of stones, shells and bones, eighteen inches beneath...
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Annual Report of the Secretary of the State Pomological Society ..., Volumen 4

State Pomological Society of Michigan - 1875
...Where vineyards are cultivated, a limestone soil, or one composed of decaying calcareous rocks, is by far the best; but where, as in most gardens, the...land ; but the essence of all that can be said in grape-culture respecting soil, is that it be dry and light, deep and rich. Frequent topdressing of...
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