Bradley, Richard

A complete body of husbandry

Collected from the practice and experience of the most considerable farmers in britain. Particularly setting forth the various ways of improving land, by hollow ditching, draining, double plowing, grasing, enclosing, watering and manuring. With particular directions for the fertilizing of broom-ground, heath-ground, furze, bushey, and chilturn-ground, also the method of improvement, by assorting proper plants to lands, and of shifting of crops. To which is added, several particulars relating to the preservation of the game, and stated accounts of the expence and profits of arable, pasture, meadow and wood lands
Adorn'd with cuts. By R. Bradley, professor of botany in the University of Cambridge, and F.R.S
Woodman and LyonLondon1727