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" The great beneficent law regulating these absorptions appears to admit of the following expression : those bodies which are most rare and precious to the growing plant are by the soil converted into, and retained in, a condition riot of absolute, but... "
The American Journal of Science and Arts - 85 페이지
1859
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1859
...and precious to the growing plant are by the soil converted into, and retained in, a condition not of absolute, but of relative insolubility, and are...plant by the continual circulation in the soil of tfie more abundant saline matters. The soil (speaking in the widest sense) is then not only the ultimate...
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Report of the Secretary of Agriculture ...

1871
...and precious to the growing plant are by tho soil converted iuto, and retained in. a condition not of absolute, but of relative insolubility, and are...available to the plant by the continual circulation in tho soil of tlje more abundant salino matters. Tho soil, speaking in tho widest eense, is then not...
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Report

Geological Survey of Alabama - 1883
...and precious to the growing plant are by the soil converted into, and retained in, a condition not of absolute, but of relative insolubility, and are...the continual circulation in the soil of the more <if»' >t<l<>n/ saline, matter*." " The soil (speaking in the widest sense) is then not only the ultimate...
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Report of Progress

Geological Survey of Alabama - 1883
...rare and preciousto the growing plant are by the soil converted into, nnd retained in, a condition not of absolute, but of relative insolubility, and are kept available to the plant by the continued circulation in the soil of the more abundant saline matters." " The soil (speaking in the...
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How Crops Feed: A Treatise on the Atmosphere and the Soil as Related to the ...

Samuel William Johnson - 1893 - 359 페이지
...and precious to the growing plant art . by the soil converted into, and retained in, a condition not of absolute, but of relative insolubility, and are...the continual circulation in the soil of the more abund'.int sul'ne matters. " The soil (speaking in the widest sense) is then not only the ultimate...
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American Chemical Journal, 6권

Ira Remsen, Charles August Rouiller - 1885
...rare and precious to the growing plant are by the soil converted into and retained in a condition not of absolute, but of relative insolubility, and are...the soil of the more abundant saline matters." The quantities of iron and aluminum oxides introduced into the mixtures of artificial soils, with which...
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The Farmer of To-morrow

Frederick Irving Anderson - 1913 - 308 페이지
...observed for many years. As far back as 1859 (American Journal of Science and Arts), Johnson put it thus: "The soil, speaking in the widest sense, is then not...ultimate exhaustless source of mineral (fixed) food of vegetation, but is the storehouse and conservatory of this food, protecting its resources from waste...
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Transactions of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society

1875
...and precious to the growing plant, are by the soil converted into, and retained in, a condition not of absolute, but of relative insolubility, and are...in the soil of the more abundant saline matters." || Enough has been said, in these mere suggestions of the embarrassments attending the investigation...
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