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" Again, in page 181, he says : " In the solid and liquid excrements of man and of animals, we restore to our fields the ashes of the plants which served to nourish these animals. These ashes consist of certain soluble salts and insoluble earths which a... "
Memoirs and Proceedings - Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society - Seite 154
von Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society - 1860
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Chemistry in Its Applications to Agriculture and Physiology

Justus Freiherr von Liebig, Lyon Playfair Baron Playfair - 1843 - 400 Seiten
...excrements of the horse and of the cow yield conclusive proof of the nature of the salts contained in them. In the solid and liquid excrements of man and of animals,...to a new crop, or, in other words, we reinstate the equilibrium which had been disturbed. Now that we know Brought forward— Phosphate, &c. &c. . . 100...
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An Essay on Tropical Agriculture: With Some Remarks on Certain Analyses of ...

Philip Lovell Phillips - 1845 - 120 Seiten
...man, and of animals, we restore to our fields the ashes of the plants which served to nourish them. These ashes consist of certain soluble salts and insoluble...indispensable to the growth of cultivated plants." According to the above view, a knowledge of the constituents of the ashes of food and fodder gives...
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Country Life: A Handbook of Agriculture, Horticulture, and Landscape Gardening

Robert Morris Copeland - 1859 - 814 Seiten
...ashes of the plants which served to nourish these animals ; these ashes consist of certain soluble and insoluble earths, which a fertile soil must yield, for they are indisjiensable to the growth of cultivated plants ;" and farther : " the action of an artificial supply...
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Memoirs of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester

1860
...ingredients of the soil are removed by a sheep, by an ox, or in the milk of a cow, or how much we couvey from it in a bushel of barley, wheat, or potatoes....new crop, or, in other •words, we reinstate the equilibrium which had been disturbed. Now that we know that the constituents of the food pass over...
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COUNTRY LIFE: A HANDBOOK OF AGRICULTURE, FORTIENTURE, & LANDSCAPE GARDENTING

ROBERT NORTTS COPELAND - 1866
...the ashes of the plants which served to nourish these animals; these ashes consist of certain soluble and insoluble earths, which a fertile soil must yield,...are indispensable to the growth of cultivated plants ;" and farther: " the action of an artificial supply of ammonia, as nitrogen, is limited, like that...
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Country Life: A Handbook of Agriculture, Horticulture, and Landscape Gardening

Robert Morris Copeland - 1866 - 912 Seiten
...as/ies of the plants which served to nourish these animals; these ashes consist of certain soluble and insoluble earths, which a fertile soil must yield,...indispensable to the growth of cultivated plants;" and farther: "the action of an artificial supply of ammonia, as nitrogen, is limited, like that of...
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Annual Report of the Secretary of the Board of Agriculture, Band 25

Massachusetts. State Board of Agriculture - 1878
...these, "we restore to our fields the ashes of the plants which served to nourish these animals ;" that these ashes consist of certain soluble salts and insoluble earths, which a fertile soil must yield as indispensable to the growth of cultivated plants. Knowing, then, that the constituents of food pass...
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The Scientific Papers of James Prescott Joule, Band 1

James Prescott Joule - 1884 - 657 Seiten
...181, he says : — " In the solid and liquid excrements of man and of animals we restore to our field the ashes of the plants which served to nourish these...insoluble earths which a fertile soil must yield, for thuy are indispensable to the growth of cultivated plants. It cannot admit of a doubt that, by introducing...
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