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" ... sowing of seed for general crops until June or July. If a small quantity of each esteemed variety be sown two or three times in these months, they will produce a plentiful supply for use in autumn and the early part of winter. One ounce of good Endive-seed... "
A Guide to The Outdoor and Kitchen Garden - Page 577
by George Lindley - 1831
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A guide to the orchard and kitchen garden; or, An account of ... fruit and ...

George Lindley - 1831
...not unlike Frontignan. The seeds should be sown in the open part of the garden in March or April ; and when the plants are three or four inches high, they should be thinned out, leaving them six or eight inches apart. From this time nothing further will be necessary than to keep...
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A Guide to the Orchard and Fruit Garden: Or, An Account of the Most Valuable ...

George Lindley - Fruit-culture - 1831 - 601 pages
...not unlike Frontignan. The seeds should be sown in the open part of the garden in March or April ; and when the plants are three or four inches high, they should be thinned out, leaving them six or eight inches apart. From this time nothing further will be necessary than to keep...
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The Kitchen Gardener's Instructor: Containing a Catalogue of Garden and Herb ...

Thomas Bridgeman - Vegetable gardening - 1836 - 128 pages
...these months, they will produce a plentiful supply for use in the Fall and early part of the Winter When the plants are three or four inches high, they should be transplanted into good ground, to the distance of a foot from each other, and immediately watered ;...
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The Young Gardener's Assistant: Containing a Catalogue of Garden & Flower ...

Thomas Bridgeman - Flower gardening - 1840 - 408 pages
...Autumn and the early part of Winter. One ounce of good Endive seed will produce about 5000 plants. When the plants are three or four inches high, they should be transplanted into good ground, to the distance of a foot from each other, and immediately watered ;...
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The Kitchen Gardener's Instructor: Containing a Catalogue of Garden and Herb ...

Thomas Bridgeman - Herb gardening - 1847 - 181 pages
...and the early part of Winter. One ounce of good Endive seed will produce about five thousand plants. When the plants are three or four inches high, they should be transplanted into good ground, at the distance of a foot from each other, and immediately watered ;...
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The Christian miscellany, and family visiter, Volume 9

1852
...gardens. They may be propagated by seed«, which should be sown on a slight hot-bed early in the spring. When the plants are three or four inches high, they should be out on another bed prepared to receive them, where they remain till the summer ie advanced, when they...
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Cotton Hand-book, for Bengal: Being a Digest of All Information ..., Volume 105

J. G. Medlicott - Cotton growing - 1862 - 484 pages
...soaked in water before sowing; if they do not germinate in twenty days, fresh seed ought to be put in : when the plants are three or four inches high they should be thinned ; and when two or three months old, all but one should be removed from each stand : the field should...
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Cotton Hand-book, for Bengal: Being a Digest of All Information ..., Volume 105

J. G. Medlicott - Cotton growing - 1862 - 484 pages
...soaked in water before sowing; if they do not germinate in twenty days, fresh seed ought to be put in: when the plants are three or four inches high they should be thinned; and when two or three months old, all but one should be removed from each stand: the field should be...
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The American Gardener's Assistant: In Three Parts

Thomas Bridgeman - Gardening - 1867 - 529 pages
...and the early part of winter. One ounce of good Endive-seed will produce about five thousand plants. When the plants' are three or four inches high, they should be transplanted into good ground, at the • distance of a foot from each other, and immediately watered....
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The American Gardener's Assistant: In Three Parts Containing Complete ...

Thomas Bridgeman - Flower gardening - 1869 - 529 pages
...and the early part of winter. One ounce of good Endive-seed will produce about five thousand plants. When the plants are three or four inches high, they should be transplanted into good ground, at the distance of a foot from each other, and immediately watered....
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