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. Culture of the grasses. Grasses. CULTURE OP THE GRASSES.. Fig. 1. June Grass. Fig. 2. Orchard Grass. tiiree or four quarts of seed being used to the acre. Ifi spring the seeds germinate, when the sprouts are exceedingly fine and delicate. Stock is not allowed on it the first year. The Meadow Foxtail is also an excellent pasture grass. It somewhat resembles Timothy, but is earlier, has a softer spike, and thrives on all soils except the dryest. Its growth. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration an

. Culture of the grasses. Grasses. CULTURE OP THE GRASSES.. Fig. 1. June Grass. Fig. 2. Orchard Grass. tiiree or four quarts of seed being used to the acre. Ifi spring the seeds germinate, when the sprouts are exceedingly fine and delicate. Stock is not allowed on it the first year. The Meadow Foxtail is also an excellent pasture grass. It somewhat resembles Timothy, but is earlier, has a softer spike, and thrives on all soils except the dryest. Its growth. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration an Stock Photo
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. Culture of the grasses. Grasses. CULTURE OP THE GRASSES.. Fig. 1. June Grass. Fig. 2. Orchard Grass. tiiree or four quarts of seed being used to the acre. Ifi spring the seeds germinate, when the sprouts are exceedingly fine and delicate. Stock is not allowed on it the first year. The Meadow Foxtail is also an excellent pasture grass. It somewhat resembles Timothy, but is earlier, has a softer spike, and thrives on all soils except the dryest. Its growth. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Flint, Charles Louis, 1824-1889; Massachusetts. State Board of Agriculture. Boston, W. White, printer to the state