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" ... deep, will bring the seed up much sooner. Sufficient plants for any family may be started in a large flower-pot or two, placed in a sitting-room, giving them plenty of air and moisture. As soon as the young plants are about three inches high, prepare... "
Garden Vegetables, and how to Cultivate Them - Page 172
1866 - 355 pages
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Amateur Cultivator's Guide to the Flower and Kitchen Gardens: Containing a ...

Washburn and Company, Boston - Seed industry and trade - 1869 - 152 pages
...as the young plants are about three inches high, prepare a small bed in the open ground, and make it rich, and the earth fine. Here set out the plants for a temporary growth, placing them four mches apart. This should be done carefully ; and they should be gently watered once, and protected...
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Household and Farmers' Cyclopedia: One Hundred Thousand Facts for the People ...

Daniel R. Shafer - Agriculture - 1876 - 606 pages
...as the young plants are about three inches high, prepare a small bed in the open ground, and make it rich and the earth fine. Here set out the plants for...once, and protected for a day or two against the sun. Make the trenches a foot or fifteen inches deep and a foot wider and not less than five feet apart....
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Salads and Sauces

Thomas Jefferson Murrey - Cooking (Salad dressing) - 1884 - 297 pages
...prepare a small bed in the open air — if not too cold — and make the ground rich and the earth fine ; set out the plants for a temporary growth, placing...four inches apart. This should be done carefully. Water gently once, and keep them protected for a day or two from the sun and high winds. As soon as...
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