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Title: P. Mann & Co. farm, garden and lawn : annual for 1907
Year: 1907 (1900s)
Authors: P. Mann & Company Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Nurseries (Horticulture) Catalogs Nursery stock Catalogs Vegetables Seeds Catalogs Flowers Seeds Catalogs Gardening Equipment and supplies Catalogs Garden tools Catalogs
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : P. Mann
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
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20 feet of tow.Radishes—-.1 ounce to 100 feet.Salsify—i ounce to 50 feet of row.Spinach—i ounce to 200 feet of row.Squash—i ounce to 73 hills.Tomato—i ounce gives 2,500 plants, requiring seed bed of 80 feeL.Turnips—I ounce to 2,000 feet.Watermelon—i ounce to 50 hills. Estimated Quantities of Seed Required to the Acre. Wheat iK to 2 Barley. i^ to 21^2 Oats ; 2 to 4 Rye., I to 2 Buckwheat ^ to 2 Millet I to 13^ Corn % Beans.. i Peas… 214 Hemp. I Flax.. K Rice 2 bushels Broom Corn J Timothy , 12 Mustard 8 Herd Grass 12 Flat Turnip.. 2 Red Clover ^ 10 White Clover 3 Blue Grass 10 Orchard Grass 20 Carrots 4 Parsnips 6 to 2 to 2to 3^/2to IAto 2 to 2y2^ Our catalogues are published each year^ and are senl regularly to our customersijohose naynes are on our books and to all otJiers who apply for them. to V2 bushel to 24 quarts to 20 (( to 16 <( to 3 pounds -to 16 to 4 ito 15 (1 to 30 to 5 to 8 Opposm €mUr Markeir% mli p. MANN & CO., WASHINGTON, D. C. ASPARAQU5.^PARQEL
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1 oz. for 60 feet drill; 400 plants,Culture.—To grow plants from seed, sow in April or May. in drills about oneincti deep, in rows a foot apart. Keep the soil mellow and free from weede.During the Summer thin out, and the following Spring the plants may be setout in beds, 6×6 feet wide, with a path two feet wide on each side ; set the plantsabout a foot apart each way, with the plants four inches below the surface. Thedeeper the soil and the more manure used, the greater the crop. Annually afterthe nrst cutting, the bed should be given a liberal top dressine of manure, ashesand salt, which should be well cultivated into the soil. As soon as the tops turnyellow m the Fall they should be cut and removed from the beds, and just beforeWinter cover the beds with four inches of strawy manure or leaves, which shouldbe removed in the Spring. Barrs Mammoth.—A favorite with market garden-ers. Shoots very large, tender, quick growing and thick tothe top. Packet, 5c. Ounce, loc. % pound, 20c.pmanncofarmgarde19pman
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