Bradley, Richard

A general treatise of husbandry and gardening

Containing a new system of vegetation. Illustrated with many observations and experiments. In two volumes. Formerly publish'd monthly, and now methodiz'd and digested under proper heads, with additions and great alterations. In four parts. Part I. Containing the improvement of land, by fertilizing bad soils. Of stocking of farms with cattle, poultry, fish, bees, grasses, grain, cyder, &c. Part II. Instructions to a gardener, wherein is demonstrated the circulation of sap, the generation of plants, the nature of soil, air and situation. Of the profits arising from planting and raising timber. Part III. Of the management of fruit trees, with particular observations relating to grassing, inarching and inoculating. Part IV. Remarks on the disposition of gardens in general. Of the method of managing exotick plants and flowers, and naturalizing them to our climate; with an account of stoves, and artificial heats
Adorn'd with cuts. By R. Bradley, professor of botany in the University of Cambridge, and F.R.S.
Woodward, PeeleLondon1726
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