Reference numberRBO/9/76b
Title'The manner of preserving Fruit trees as formerly practised in Kent' communicated by John Thorpe
DescriptionDetails of the colleciton and use of ox urine to heal and encourage the growth of apple trees, with a note about the most beneficial forms of compost.

Read 8 December 1708
Extent2 sides
Physical descriptionInk on Paper
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA868Thorpe; John (1682 - 1750)1682 - 1750
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