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Hints regarding the agricultural state of the Netherlands

Sinclair, John Sir, bart.

Hints regarding the agricultural state of the Netherlands

compared with that of Great Britain; and some observations on the means of diminishing the expence of growing corn; of preventing the mildew in wheat, the rot in sheep, and the introduction of other improvements in British agriculture.

by Sinclair, John Sir, bart.

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Published by Printed by B. M"Millan, sold by G. & W. Nicol [etc] in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Agriculture -- Netherlands,
  • Agriculture -- Great Britain

  • Edition Notes

    Author"s presentation copy.

    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, [4]-85, xix p.
    Number of Pages85
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19770159M


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Hints regarding the agricultural state of the Netherlands, compared with that of Great Britain: and some observations of the means of diminishing the expence of growing corn, of preventing the mildew in wheat, the rot in sheep. Full text of "Hints Regarding the Agriculture State of the Netherlands, Compared with that of Great Britain " See other formats.

Sinclair, John, Sir, Hints regarding the agricultural state of the Netherlands, compared with that of Great Britain / (London: Printed by. The General View series of county surveys was an initiative of the Board of Agriculture of Great Britain, of the early s. Many of these works had second editions, in the s.

The Board, set up by Sir John Sinclair, was generally a proponent of enclosures. Agriculture in the Netherlands: its r ecent past, current state and perspectives 5 This sub-section is almost entirely taken from Berkhout and van Bruchem (). The Netherlands is one of the world’s largest agricultural producers, exporting 65 billion Euros worth of vegetables, fruit, flowers, meat and dairy products each year.

Dutch export of agricultural products exceeds 90 billion euro in | Agricultural goods to the tune of € billion were exported in   Interestingly (or not?), just found another reference in a book published in (Hints regarding the Agricultural State of the Netherlands by Sir John Sinclair).

The book has an inventory of a farm in Flanders and it lists: "Waggon (a la Marlbrouck) with large fellys: Valued at French francs/45 Pounds six shillings and eightpence". After a tour of agricultural inquiry in Flanders in he wrote a pamphlet: "Hints Regarding the Agriculture State of the Netherlands, Compared with that of Great Britain", Mc Millan, Londen, Line notes.

The Dutch landscape is home to swaths of greenhouses that minimize gas, electricity, and water usage along with greenhouse gas emissions while maximizing the use of sunlight and recycling nutrients. book Hints regarding the agricultural state of the Netherlands, compared with that of Great Britain: and some observations of the Sinclair Sir London: M'Millan.