Collection: All Souls Science

Print Item icon Print Item: Pomona: or the Fruit Garden illustrated. Containing sure methods for improving all the best kinds of fruits now extant in England. Calculated from great variety of experiments made in all kinds of soils and aspects. Wherein the manner of raising young stocks, grafting, inoculating, planting &c. are clearly and fully demonstrated. With directions... Likewise several practical observations on the imbibing power and perspirations of fruit trees; the several effects of heat and moisture tending to the growth and maturity of fruits. To which is added a curious account of the most valuable Cyder Fruits of Devonshire

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Title: Pomona: or the Fruit Garden illustrated. Containing sure methods for improving all the best kinds of fruits now extant in England. Calculated from great variety of experiments made in all kinds of soils and aspects. Wherein the manner of raising young stocks, grafting, inoculating, planting &c. are clearly and fully demonstrated. With directions... Likewise several practical observations on the imbibing power and perspirations of fruit trees; the several effects of heat and moisture tending to the growth and maturity of fruits. To which is added a curious account of the most valuable Cyder Fruits of Devonshire

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Classmark: All Souls Science 5/LAN

Creator(s): Langley, Batty (1696-1751)

Publisher: Printed for G. Strahan in Cornhill... [et al.]

City: London

Date: 1729

Main language: English

Size and medium: xviii, 150p

Persistent link: https://explore.library.leeds.ac.uk/special-collections-explore/221291 

Printed items catalogue: http://lib.leeds.ac.uk/record=b1512389

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