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1864 ILLUSTRATED BOOK ON GRASSES AND FORAGE PLANTS

age: 150+ years old

size: 8 inches long, 6 inches wide

composition: paper

rating: 7

comments: Grasses and Forage Plants, a practical treatise comprising their natural history, comparative nutritive value, methods of cultivating, cutting and curing, and the management of grass lands in the United States and British Provinces; by Charles L. Flint; Secretary of the Massachusetts State Board of Agriculture; Member of the Boston Society of Natural History; Author of a Treatise on "Milch Cows and Dairy Farming" etc. etc. with one hundred and seventy illustrations; sixth edition; revised and enlarged. published by Crosby and Nichols, copyright 1864; hardbound; 398 pages; Condition is fair with some wear on covers, light foxing, some spotting, some wear on spine, spine is loose, binding is intact and secure. We encourage you to come in and view.

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