Excerpt from The Minerva, or Lady's and Gentleman's Magazine, Vol. 1: September 11, 1804
A'pound of turnip seed sown, after harvest, Upon an a cre of light, sandy or gravelly land, that is poor or worn out by over-ploughing, and where manure is wanting (the crop of which bein... g ploughed in when grown high) will ~in two months' time, die away and' rot, and enrich the -land, as much as 20 loads of common manure toan acre.
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