Markhams farwell to husbandry or, The inriching of all sorts of barren and sterile grounds in our kingdome, to be as fruitfull in all manner of graine, pulse, and grasse, as the best grounds whatsoeuer together with the annoyances, and preseruation of all graine and seede, from one yeare to many yeares. As also a husbandly computation of men and cattels dayly labours, their expences, charges, and vttermost profits.
|Main Author:||Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637.|
|Corporate Author:||Early English Books Online.|
Printed by M. F[lesher] for Roger Iackson, and are to be sold at his shop neere Fleet-streete Conduit,
|Edition:||Newly reuiewed, corrected, and amended: together with many new additions, and cheape experiments: for the bettering of arable pasture, and woody grounds: of making good all grounds againe, spoiled with ouerflowing of salt water by sea-breaches, as also the inriching of the hop garden, and many other things neuer published before.|
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