A new treatise on the art of grafting and inoculation. Wherein the different methods are copiously considered; The most Successful pointed out; And Every Thing relative to these ancient, healthful, and agreeable Amusements, exhibited in so clear and comprehensive a Manner, as will enable those who are perfectly unacquainted with this Department of Gardening, to become Masters of it in a very short Time. To which are added, directions for chusing the best stocks For That Purpose. And many curious experiments lately made by the author. Calculated, in a peculiar Manner, For the Use and Advantage of the Gardener, as well as for those who would wish to make this rural and pleasing Exercise, a Part of their Amusement. By an experienced practitioner In this Branch of Gardening.
- Experienced practitioner in this branch of gardening, grafting and inoculation.
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London : printed for Stanley Crowder, Bookseller, No. 12, Paternoster-Row; and B. C. Collins, in Salisbury, [1785?]
vii,,52p. ; 8⁰.
The second edition.
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