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The science of horticulture : comprising a practical system for the management and training of fruit-trees, exemplified by sketches from trees actually trained. Also a comparative investigation of the foundation and application of physiological principles of Mr. Kirwan, Sir Humphry Davy, Mrs. Ibbetson, and Messrs. Hitt, Forsyth, and Knight. Second edition ... An essay on the cultivation of the pine-apple ... the results of a course of experiments in growing peaches and nectarines, in pots, in a conservatory ... and an essay on the nature and properties of heat ... Preview this item
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The science of horticulture : comprising a practical system for the management and training of fruit-trees, exemplified by sketches from trees actually trained. Also a comparative investigation of the foundation and application of physiological principles of Mr. Kirwan, Sir Humphry Davy, Mrs. Ibbetson, and Messrs. Hitt, Forsyth, and Knight. Second edition ... An essay on the cultivation of the pine-apple ... the results of a course of experiments in growing peaches and nectarines, in pots, in a conservatory ... and an essay on the nature and properties of heat ...

Author: Joseph Hayward; Thomas Canning; Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green,; Spottiswoode, A. & R.,
Publisher: London : Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green ..., 1824.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Named Person: Richard Kirwan; Humphry Davy, Sir; Agnes Ibbetson; Thomas Hitt; William Forsyth; T A Knight
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Hayward; Thomas Canning; Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green,; Spottiswoode, A. & R.,
OCLC Number: 810499962
Notes: Edition: first printed, London 1818.
Printed: London: A. & R. Spottiswoode.
Illustrations: unsigned engravings.
Description: xxvi, 275, [1] pages, 13 plates ; 27.6 cm ; 8vo. A\8 a\6 (-a6) B-S\8 T\2.
Responsibility: by Joseph Hayward.

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