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Post by 12acrehome on Sat Oct 26, 2013 1:51 pm

I like old books. The writing style, the proper use of the english language, the care with which they were proof read...

I just finished reading (among other titles) one titled "The First Book Of Farming" which explains the proper uses of what we today call organic fertilizers. In the book they are called either barn fertilizers, or manures. Also hidden within the pages is the definition and composition of an old soil amendment for berry plants called Marl.

Check it out, great reading for a cold rainy day...might even give you a few ideas to try on your homestead.

Here's a link for a hard copy if you want one (only 2 used listed)

Proverbs 28:19  He who works his land will have abundant food...

Genesis 1:29  Then God said,"I give you every seed bearing plant on the face of the whole earth, and every tree that has fruit with seed in it..."

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