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essay on calcareous manures

Edmund Ruffin

essay on calcareous manures

by Edmund Ruffin

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Published by Harvard U.P.; Oxford U.P .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Originally published 1832.

Statementedited by J. Carlyle Sitterson.
SeriesJohn Harvard library
The Physical Object
Pagination201p.,22cm
Number of Pages201
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18842933M

The field book of manures; or, The American muck book; (New York, Saxton, Barker, ), by D. J. Browne (page images at HathiTrust) An essay on calcareous manures, (Shellbanks, Va., Farmers' register, ), by Edmund Ruffin (page images at HathiTrust). Other works by this author: Manures: A Prize Essay (); Essay on Manures (). Annotation: “A treatise on the physical and chemical properties of soils; the chemistry of manures; including also the subjects of composts, artificial manures and irrigation.” (From the title of the 5th edition of this work, published ) One of the.

In Ruffin presented a paper—later () expanded into an article for American Farmer and eventually into a highly influential book, An Essay on Calcareous Manures ()—in which he explained how applications of calcareous earths (marl) reduced soil acidity. His book, An Essay on Calcareous Manures (), and his lectures on scientific farming changed agricultural practices in Virginia and the rest of the United States. Slavery continued to be the primary source of manual labor, in spite of incidents such as Nat Turner's rebellion that led to the deaths of fifty-seven white men, women, and.

In October, , a pale, spindle-legged young Virginia planter stood before the Prince George Agricultural Society and nervously read an essay he had prepared on calcareous manures. Edmund Ruffin was 24 then, small and sickly, with a preposterously long mane that hung far below his shoulders. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Edmund Ruffin (Ruffin, Edmund, ) A Wikipedia article about this author is available.. Ruffin, Edmund, Anticipations of the Future, to Serve as Lessons for the Present Time (page images at MOA) Ruffin, Edmund, The Political Economy of Slavery: or, The Institution Considered in Regard to its .


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By Edmund Ruffin, seconded by John Taylor of Carolina, had effected a transformation of the economy of the upper South from poverty to agricultural prosperity. The essay's. chapter ix. the practical effects of calcareous manures; chapter Χ.

the effects of calcareous manures, on acid soils reduced by cultivation; chapter xi. effects of calcareous manures on exhausted acid soils, under their second growth of trees; chapter xii. effects of calcareous manures, on neutral soils, alone, or with gypsum; chapter xiii.

Automatic works cited and bibliography formatting for MLA, APA and Chicago/Turabian citation styles. Now supports 7th edition of MLA. Shellbanks, VA: Published at the Office of the Farmers' Register, Second Edition.

Wraps. Good. 8vo. Disbound wraps. pages. Printed in. He became a prominent advocate for agricultural reform, writing in John S.

Skinner's journal, the American Farmer, and then publishing a book, An Essay on Calcareous Manures (). Ruffin focused less on his own properties, and produced his own journal, Farmers' Register, for several years; he moved to Petersburg in Edmund Ruffin (January 5, – J ) was a wealthy Virginia planter and slaveholder.

In the last three decades before the Civil War, his pro-slavery writings received more attention than his agricultural work. Ruffin staunchly advocated states' rights and slavery, arguing for secession years before the American Civil War and became a political activist with the so Cause of death: Suicide by gunshot.

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