Fertilizers: Their Source, Purchase, and Use (Classic Reprint)
This work is designed expressly for those who are forced to use fertilizers and yet have not the time to investigate the subject as they would like to. It is intended to be brief and suggestive of thought to the reader rather than complete and final.
Technicalities are avoided and illustrations simplified as much as possible.
All the facts and deductions contained are based on the highest authorities on the subjects mentioned, and largely on the results of actual experience in California.
The author hopes that the matter here given will aid the farmer to choose and purchase his fertilizers most wisely, and help him to get the best possible results from their use. There is no final authority in Nature. Every farmer's problems are his own and he must do his own thinking. The author has tried to present only the well established facts and general Principles. A fuller knowledge of these, properly applied, will lead to better results and larger profits.
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