The Elements of Agriculture
by George E. Waring
Publisher: Project Gutenberg 2010
Number of pages: 288
This book is presented to you, not as a work of science, nor as a dry, chemical treatise, but as a plain statement of the more simple operations by which nature produces many results, so common to our observation, that we are thoughtless of their origin. On these results depend the existence of man and the lower animals. No man should be ignorant of their production.
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