The riches of a hop-garden explain'd, from the several improvements arising by that beneficial plant: as well to the private cultivators of it, as to the publick

Publication Date1731
RemainderWith the observations and remarks of the most celebrated hop-planters in Britain. Wherein such rules are laid down for the management of the hop, as may improve the most barren ground, from one shilling to thirty or forty pounds an acre per annum. In which is particularly set forth, the whole culture from the first breaking up of the ground, the planting, &c. to the kilning, or drying of the hop. Rendred familiar to every capacity. By R. Bradley, professor of botany in the University of Cambridge, and F.R.S
PublisherPrinted for D. Browne, at the Black Swan, without Temple-Bar



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