APA Citation

Randall, J. (1764). The farmer's new guide for raising excellent crops of pease, beans, turnips, or rape: (sown in narrow or wide rows, with a seed-plough, in the power of every wright to make at an easy expence) and cleaning the ground, while they are growing, to prepare it for raising good crops of wheat, barley, or oats, in the common way of sowing the seeds, clear of those weeds which so often ruin the farmer, or keep him poor : being experiments made on various soils of stiff and light. London: Sold by William Sandby.

Chicago Style Citation

Randall, John. The Farmer's New Guide for Raising Excellent Crops of Pease, Beans, Turnips, or Rape: (sown in Narrow or Wide Rows, With a Seed-plough, in the Power of Every Wright to Make At an Easy Expence) and Cleaning the Ground, While They Are Growing, to Prepare It for Raising Good Crops of Wheat, Barley, or Oats, in the Common Way of Sowing the Seeds, Clear of Those Weeds Which so Often Ruin the Farmer, or Keep Him Poor : Being Experiments Made On Various Soils of Stiff and Light. London: Sold by William Sandby, 1764.

MLA Citation

Randall, John. The Farmer's New Guide for Raising Excellent Crops of Pease, Beans, Turnips, or Rape: (sown in Narrow or Wide Rows, With a Seed-plough, in the Power of Every Wright to Make At an Easy Expence) and Cleaning the Ground, While They Are Growing, to Prepare It for Raising Good Crops of Wheat, Barley, or Oats, in the Common Way of Sowing the Seeds, Clear of Those Weeds Which so Often Ruin the Farmer, or Keep Him Poor : Being Experiments Made On Various Soils of Stiff and Light. London: Sold by William Sandby, 1764.

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