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" The" passage of ,the sap upwards was in consequence much obstructed, and the inserted • buds began to vegetate strongly in July; and when these had afforded shoots about four inches long, the remaining ligatures were taken off, to permit the excess... "
The Medical and Physical Journal - 254. oldal
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The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany, 74. kötet

1812
...consequence much obstructed, and the inserted buds be gan to vegeta te strongly in July ; and, when these afforded shoots about four inches long, the remaining...well, and afforded blossoms in the succeeding spring." Arthur Young, Esq. secretary of the Board of Agriculture, lately published a letter recommending an...

The Repertory of Patent Inventions, and Other Discoveries and Improvements ...

1811
...the usual way. • •As soon as the buds (which nevef fail under the pre• ceding chctnnstanCes) had attached themselves, the ligatures last applied...afforded fruit ; but that, leaving my residence at lilton for this? place, I removed my trees, and the whole of tlieir blossoms in the last spring proved,...

The Repertory of arts and manufactures [afterw.] arts, manufactures and ...

Repertory of arts, manufactures and agriculture - 1811
...inches long, the remaining ligatures were taken off, to permit the excess of sap to pass on ; arid the young shoots were nailed to the wall. Being there...leaving my residence at Elton for this place, I removed my trees, and thfe whole of their blossoms in the last spring proved, in consequence, equally abortive....

A Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry and the Arts, 31-32. kötet

William Nicholson - 1812
...vegetate strongly in July : and when these had afforded shoots about four inches long, the re. maining ligatures were taken off, to permit the excess of...ripened well, and afforded blossoms in the succeeding Miring: this would, I do not doubt, have afforded fruit; but that, leaving my residence at Elton, for...

Every Man His Own Gardener: Being a New and Much More Complete Gardener's ...

John Abercrombie, Thomas Mawe - 1818 - 727 oldal
...remain. The passage of the sap upwards was in consequence much obstructed, and the inserted buds bpgan to vegetate Strongly in July ; and when these had...well, and afforded blossoms in the succeeding spring." Examine tlie Trees which were budded last Summer. Look over the trees which were budded last summer,...

Transactions of the Horticultural Society of London, 1. kötet

1820
...than that of securing the bud, was applied in the usual way. As soon as the buds (which never failed under the preceding circumstances) had attached themselves,...well, and afforded blossoms in the succeeding spring; and these would, 1 do not doubt, have afforded * See Horticultural Transactions, page BS. fruit ; but...

An Encyclopaedia of Gardening, Comprising the Theory and Practice of ...

John Claudius Loudon - 1822 - 1469 oldal
...much obstructed, and the inserted buds began to vegetate strongly in July (being inserted in June) ; and when these had afforded shoots about four inches...well, and afforded blossoms in the succeeding spring ; and these would, he adds, no doubt, have afforded fruit ; but that, leaving my residence, I removed...

The Library of Agricultural and Horticultural Knowledge: With an Appendix on ...

Library - 1830 - 523 oldal
...when these had afforded shoots about four inches long, the remaining ligatures were taken off to admit the excess of sap to pass on, and the young shoots...well, and afforded blossoms in the succeeding spring." ON THE CULTIVATION OF THE NATURAL GRASSES. BY GEORGE SINCLAIR, FLSPHS Grass, Grasses, Gramina. In husbandry...

The Library of Agricultural and Horticultural Knowledge: With an Appendix on ...

Library - 1830 - 523 oldal
...shoots about four inches long, the remaining ligatures were taken off to admit the excess of sap (o pus on, and the young shoots were nailed to the wall ;...well, and afforded blossoms in the succeeding spring." OX THE CULTIVATION OF THE NATURAL GRASSES. BY GEORGE SINCLAIR, PLS fHS Grass, Grasses, Gramina. In...

The Theory of Horticulture; Or, An Attempt to Explain the Principal ...

John Lindley - 1840 - 387 oldal
...strongly in July : when these had afforded shoots about four inches long, the remaining ligature was taken off to permit the excess of sap to pass on ;...well, and afforded blossoms in the succeeding spring. Flute-budding (Jig. 26.) is not practised in this country, but deserves mention. It consists of peeling...




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