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" ... and I am warranted in stating that not a single wire-worm could be found the following year, and the crop of wheat throughout, which was reaped last harvest, was superior to any I had grown for twenty-one years. I am, therefore, under a strong persuasion,... "
The Gardener's Magazine, and Register of Rural & Domestic Improvement - Página 667
1831
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The Gardener's Magazine and Register of Rural & Domestic Improvement, Volumen7

1831
...destroyed by the wireworm, and I am warranted in stating that not a single wire-worm coukl be 1'iiunil the following year, and the crop of wheat throughout,...and keeping the ground clean by hoeing." {.Country Timet, Sept. 1831.) The reason seems to be, that the wire-worm cannot cat the roots of the mustard,...
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The Cottager's monthly visitor

1832
...effectually protect grain from the wire worm ; and he seems to have no doubt that they may be repelled by carefully destroying all weeds and roots, and drilling white mustard seed, and keeping the ground clear by hoeing.—Brit. Farmer's Mag. From a Constant Reader of the Visitor. * To do this safely,...
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The Farmer's Magazine

1851
...never paid me for nineteen years, in consequence of nearly every crop being destroyed by the wireworm ; and I am warranted in stating, that not a single wireworm...be found the following year, and the crop of wheat, which was reaped last harvest, was superior to any I had grown for twenty-one years. I am, theiefore,...
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The Quarterly Journal of Agricult

Wiliam adn Sons - 1838
...repaid me for nineteen years, in consequence of nearly every crop being destroyed by the wire-worm ; and I am warranted in stating, that not a single wire-worm...wire-worm may be successfully repelled and eradicated, by caiefully destroying all weeds and roots, and drilling white mustard seed, and keeping the ground clean...
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The Farmer's Almanac and Calendar

Cuthbert William Johnson, William Shaw - 1844
...strong persuasion, from the results of my experience," says Mr. John Tallent, of Little Houghton, " thnt the wire-worm may be successfully repelled and eradicated,...weeds and roots, and drilling white mustard seed, which must be kept clean by hoeing" (Jour. v. 5, /'.. 802). Loudon thought " that the wire-worm cannot...
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The Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England

john murray - 1845
...repaid me for nineteen years, in consequence of nearly every crop 'being destroyed by the Wireworm; and I am warranted in stating that not a single Wireworm...reaped last harvest was superior to any I had grown for twenty one years. I am therefore under a strong persuasion that the Wireworm may be successfully repelled...
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British Farmer's Magazine

1851
...never paid me for nineteen years, in consequence of nearly every crop being destroyed by the wireworm ; and I am warranted in stating, that not a single wireworm...be found the following year, and the crop of wheat, which was reaped last harvest, was superior to any I had grown for twenty-one years. I am, therefore,...
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Farm Insects: Being the Natural History and Economy of the Insects Injurious ...

John Curtis - 1860 - 528 páginas
...repaid me for nineteen years, in consequence of nearly every crop being destroyed by the wireworm ; and I am warranted in stating that not a single wireworm...grown for twenty-one years. I am therefore under a stong persuasion that the wireworm may be successfully repelled and eradicated by carefully destroying...
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Transactions of the Department of Agriculture of the State of ..., Volumen14

Illinois. Department of Agriculture - 1878
...repaid me for nineteen years, in consequence of nearly every crop being destroyed by the wire-worm ; and I am warranted in stating that not a single wire-worm...mustard seed, and keeping the ground clean by hoeing." I am not aware that tobacco has been tried as a crop for this purpose, but I think it would be equally...
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Report, Volumen13

New Hampshire. Dept. of Agriculture - 1884
...repaid me for nineteen years in consequence of nearly every crop being destroyed by the wire-worm ; and I am warranted in stating that not a single wire-worm...the following year, and the crop of wheat throughout was superior to any that I had grown for twenty-one years." Certainly this very successful experiment,...
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