The American Gardener's Magazine, Band 2

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Hovey & Company, 1836
 

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Seite 192 - Where the water is not at hand, so that it may be easily carried or wheeled by men, a horse with a water-barrel on wheels should be used. As soon as the plant has been put into its place the earth should be filled in, leaving a sufficient hollow round the stem, and as far as the roots extend, to hold...
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Seite 192 - M'Nab *, that whether it be done in a dull day, a wet day, or a dry day, it is very necessary to keep in view the expediency of keeping the plants for as short a time out of the ground as possible — if only a few minutes, so much the better ; and in all cases, when it can be done...
Seite 376 - ... shoot, in the manner common ringing is performed on trees. In this way each bud will occupy one inch of the stem between the rings. The stems when thus prepared should be laid down horizontally, about three inches under the soil, leaving only the leading bud at the end of each branch out of the soil. In six months each bud will have made a vigorous shoot and radical fibres. In August, carefully separate each plant and plant them out. Vertical division of the stem. — According to Hovey, 1836,...
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