1 edition of Five hundred points of husbandry: directing what corn, grass, &c. is proper to be sown; what trees to be planted; how land is to be improved: with whatever is fit to be done for the benefit of the farmer in every month of the year found in the catalog.
|Statement||By Thomas Tusser, esq.; to which are added, notes and observations explaining many obsolete terms used therein, and what is agreeable to the present practice in several counties of this kingdon. A work very necessary and useful for gentlemen, as well as occupiers of land, whether wood-ground or tillage and pasture|
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|Pagination||150 pages :|
|Number of Pages||150|
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