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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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The Vegetable Garden: A Complete Guide to the Cultivation of Vegetables ...

James Hogg - Vegetable gardening - 1877 - 137 pages
...any soil. The seeds should be sown in April or May, in drills fifteen inches apart and an inch deep, and when the plants are three or four inches high they should be thinned out to ten or twelve inches apart. To make it produce large-sized leaves abundantly, tlie flower stems should...
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Report

Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station - Agriculture - 1897
...although simple, has never failed to give a good stand of onions at the experiment station. As soon as the plants are three or four inches high they should be thinned to three inches apart in the row. Weeds and grass should never be permitted to grow in the onion bed...
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Report of the Agricultural Experiment Station of the University of California

Agriculture - 1913
...growth and vigor of the vin^ and the number of sprays and size of the flowers. Training the Plants. When the plants are three or four inches high they should be provided with something to cling to. Tree boughs with plenty of twigs form good supports. A trellis...
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The Biennial Report of the Kansas State Horticultural Society, Volume 33

Kansas State Horticultural Society - Fruit-culture - 1916
...for early planting in this latitude should be sown the last of February in the hotbed or greenhouse. When the plants are three or four inches high they should be transplanted into well-prepared cold frames or light hotbeds. Set plants every three inches in rows...
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