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Considerations on agriculture: treating Of the several Methods practised in different Parts of the Kingdom of Ireland, with Remarks thereon. New Improvements on the Manures proper for different Soils, particularly Lime, (with the several Ways of burning it) Sea-Sand, Shells, Clay, and Marle; with what Kinds of them are fittest for Use. Of the Culture of Wheat, and a New Method for preventing a late Harvest, and the evil Consequences thereof. To which is added, Mr. Pierson’s two Tracts of the present state of the Tillage in Ireland, with some Methods offer’d for its Improvements, with a Description of several Kinds of Ploughs, and their Usefulness proved on Tryal.
Dublin: Printed by and for George Grierson, at the Two Bibles in Essex-Street, 1730.
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