... because the natural mode of growth secures a continual succession of new plants from the time those first planted have begun to extend their roots, and this succession can be regulated by the knife in any way the planter desires. The sago tree when... A Descriptive Dictionary of British Malaya - 332 ÆäÀÌÁöÀúÀÚ: Nicholas Belfield Dennys - 1894 - 423 ÆäÀÌÁöÀüÃ¼º¸±â - µµ¼ Á¤º¸
| James Richardson Logan - 1849
...roots, and this succession can be regulated by the knife in any way the planter desires. The sago tree **when cut down and the top severed from it, is a cylinder...15 ft. to be an average size, the contents will be** nearlly 26 bushels, and allowing one half for woody fibre, there will remain 13 bushels of starch,... | |
| Edward Balfour - 1873
...roots, and this succession can be regulated by the knife in any way the planter desires. The sago tree **when cut down and the top severed from it, is a cylinder about 20 inches in diameter and 15 to 20 feet** iu height. If we assume 20 inches by 15 feet to be an average size, the contents will be nearly 26... | |
| Edward Balfour - 1873
...cylinder about 20 inches in diameter aud from 15 to 20 feet in height. Assuming this to be the average, **the contents will be nearly 26 bushels, and allowing...woody fibre, there will remain 13 bushels of starch,** which will give kind of sago is procured. One tree yielded I about 700 pounds for each tree, or 12^... | |
| 1873
...of these properties it follows that a sago plantation once formed is perpetual. ' ' The sago tree, **when cut down and the top severed from it, is a cylinder about 20 inches in diameter, and** from 15 to 20 feet in height. The contents would, therefore, be nearly 26 bushels, and, allowing one-half... | |
| Edward Balfour - 1873
...roots, and this succession can be regulated by the knife in any way the planter desires. The fago tree ** 6r0u N 9 {&}y 5 ; O Lx [ } / h { F¥Í~q } # ҹ M<zĒ ?4 ** antl 15 to 20 feet in height. If we assume 20 inehes by 15 feet to be an average .-:ze, the contents... | |
| Peter Lund Simmonds - 1877 - 315 ÆäÀÌÁö
...first of these properties it follows that a sago plantation once formed is perpetual. The sago tree, **when cut down and the top severed from it, is a cylinder about 20 inches in diameter,** aud from 15 feet to 20 feet in height. The contents would, therefore, be nearly 26 bushels, and, allowing... | |
| Peter Lund Simmonds - 1889 - 539 ÆäÀÌÁö
...first of these properties it follows that a sago plantation once formed is perpetual. The sago tree, **when cut down and the top severed from it, is a cylinder** ahout 20 inches in diameter, and from 15 feet to 20 feet in height. The contents would, therefore,... | |
| Peter Lund Simmonds - 1889 - 539 ÆäÀÌÁö
...first of these properties it follows that a sago plantation once formed is perpetual. The sago tree, **when cut down and the top severed from it, is a cylinder** ahout 20 inches in diameter, and from 15 feet to 20 feet in height. The contents would, therefore,... | |
| Linnean Society of New South Wales - 1890
...and this succession can be regulated by the knife in any manner the planter desires. The Sago Tree, **when cut down and the top severed from it, is a cylinder about 20 inches in diameter, and** from 15 to 20 feet in height. Assuming 20 inches as the diameter, and 15 feet as the height of trees,... | |
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