Farmers' Bulletin, Թողարկում 251-275

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1889

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Էջ 2 - SIR: I have the honor to transmit herewith and to recommend for publication as a Farmers' Bulletin a manuscript entitled "Cucumbers,
Էջ 22 - The usual method of cultivation is to plow the land in the sprmg, harrow it, until the soil is pulverized and mellow, and then roll it down smooth with a revolving plank or log roller. The seed is sown with a drill as early in the spring as the condition of the ground will admit, in rows, at the distance of 3 feet apart, and from 6 to 8 inches asunder in the drills.
Էջ 32 - If edible portion, that it is not for sale. Smithsonian Institution or other well-known scientific institutions may export any game animals or birds -under permit of State game commission. Exchange of game animals and birds for liberation in Wyoming allowed under permit of the State game commission.
Էջ 60 - If the owner does not, as required by the terms of the aforesaid notice, destroy the eggs, pupae, and nests of the moths, then the city or town, subject to the approval of the State superintendent, shall destroy them, and shall assess upon such aforesaid lands the actual cost of so doing, to an amount, however, not exceeding one-half of 1 per cent of the assessed valuation of the land. This amount, so assessed, shall be collected in the form of taxes, and constitutes a lien upon such lands.
Էջ 32 - During open season nonresident may, under his hunting license, take with him out of the State, or as baggage on the same conveyance, 1 deer, 50 quail or partridges, 10 pheasants or grouse, 3 wild turkeys, and 25 of each or 100 in all of plover, snipe, sandpipers, willets...
Էջ 11 - Each molecule of starch contains at least 6 atoms of carbon, 10 atoms of hydrogen, and 5 atoms of oxygen.
Էջ 45 - TOP ONION. SEE ONIONS. TREE ONION. SEE ONIONS. TURNIP. The turnip requires a rich soil and may be grown either as an early or a late crop. For an early crop sow the seeds in drills 12 to 18 inches apart as early in the spring as the condition of the soil will permit. Two pounds of seed are required to plant an acre. After the plants appear, thin to about 3 inches. The roots will be ready for use before hot weather. For late turnips the seeds are usually sown broadcast on land from which some early-...
Էջ 35 - They must, however, pay duty on all ammunition and provisions. fia. 1.—States and Provinces which prohibit export of game. Ruled areas indicate States which prohibit export of any game; dotted areas, States which prohibit export of certain kinds of game. Inclosed names indicate special exceptions permitting nonresident hunters to take out a limited amount of game. The letter a indicates prohibition of export for sale only. (For details, see pp.
Էջ 26 - ... destruction. A realization of this fact has induced many of the States to prohibit export of all or certain kinds of game, and in a few instances all transportation even within the State. The subject may be conveniently considered under the following subheads: "Federal laws," "Marking packages," and "State laws prohibiting export.
Էջ 27 - In some States sportsmen are allowed to carry a limited amount of game out of the State under special restrictions, and exceptions to the laws prohibiting export are also made in the case of birds and animals intended for propagation.

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