The forestal conditions and silvicultural prospects of the coastal plain of New Jersey, with remarks in reference to other regions and kindred subjects . keep it covered with water throughout the winter and for a short time at other seasons of the year,to protect it from frost, to drown out undesirable weeds and insect pests or prevent a fungous disease called scald,* A bog may be flooded at any time without Injury to the vines, except when in.blossom Inclearing a bog the slumps are usually removed, but not always. The whole is turfed with a cranberry orboghoe, which has a wider blade than the
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