The Market Gardener

Author: Jean-Martin Fortier
Publisher: New Society Publishers
ISBN: 1550925555
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This complete guide is packed with practical information on: Setting-up a micro-farm by designing biologically intensive cropping systems, all with negligible capital outlay Farming without a tractor and minimizing fossil fuel inputs ...

The Market Garden A Journal For The Market Gardener

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Publisher: Rarebooksclub.com
ISBN: 9781236467669
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1893 edition.

The Young Market Gardener

Author: Tuisco Greiner
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Little remains to be said on the subjects of seed sowing and plant setting, except
that the whole area of the market garden should be Successive Planting. . ... ... .,
kept producing something all season long. When one crop is off another must be
put in. The successful market gardener is harvesting and planting all the time. By
all means crowd the crops all that it is possible to do. Never leave even a little
patch unoccupied. The idle land breeds weeds. All the necessary directions
about ...

The Journal Of Horticulture Cottage Gardener And Country Gentleman

Author: George W. Johnson
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STRAWBERRIES FOR THE MARKET. I am rather pleased to observe that your
correspondents " J. T. and Others " have thought fit to differ from Mr. Badclyffe
respecting his selection of Strawberries for profit. That Mr. Badclyffe is a first-rate
Strawberry judge I have no doubt — that is, as regards flavour, &c. ; but I think
that he does not fully understand which varieties will turn the most money into the
market gardener's pocket. Now, I consider that the men who have to grow them,
and have ...

Commercial Gardening A Practical Scientific Treatise For Market Gardeners Market Growers Fruit Flower Vegetable Growers Nurserymen Etc

Author: John Weathers
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Enough has perhaps been said to incite the intending fruit grower or market
gardener to drive as hard a bargain as he can on the question of rent. In the
matter of income tax the market gardener, whether fruit grower or not, will find
another case in which he is singled out from other agriculturists for specially
unfavourable treatment. Under recent Finance Acts the maximum assessment for
a farmer is fixed at one-third the annual value of the lands in his occupation; if,
however, he makes ...

Reports Of Cases Argued And Determined In The English Courts Of Common Law

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E. T. 182.8. accordineg put him out; that the indenture was signed by her, the
pauper, the master, and by a witness; that she gave it to the wife of a market-
gardener who attended the market of S., to take to the overseers of the parish of S
. ; that the market-gardener and his wife were both dead, the latter having
survived her husband; that she did not know whether the market-gardener's wife
had left any will, but had heard that she had. Evidence was then given that
search had been ...

The Profitable Culture Of Vegetables

Author: Thomas Smith
Publisher: Applewood Books
ISBN: 142901475X
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THE work of the market gardener is by no means finished with the harvesting of
the crops he has grown. The motive behind all his operations is to obtain a
reasonable return in net profit on the skill, labour, and capital expended. In order
to secure such a return his produce must be sold at remunerative prices, and the
knowledge of how to go to work to get such prices is quite as important as the
ability to raise the crops. Some growers — happily a decreasing minority — still
contend that ...