6. That there is no rule or general understanding concerning the proper depth of ploughing our Eastern Shore land, cannot ... do not derive benefit from fall or winter ploughing a but that they receive I torn the rains or other causes, positive injury. ... has been thoroughly broken ; and then be harrowed or ploughed in lightly, that it may be near t lie surface all the season. .... Yet fine tillage is essential, to open \Poa class; which nature, as if out of patience, facilities for the roots of plants toanbsp;...
|Title||:||American Farmer containing Original Essays and Selections on Rural Economy and Internal Improvements, with Illustrative Engravings and the Prices Current of Country Produce|
|Author||:||John S. Skinner, Editor|