In: SHORT COURSE FOR SEEdSmeN
, Mississippi State, 1990.
The headline for the ad boldly stated: SEEDSMEN
ARE PEOPLE YOU HAVETO BE ABLE TO TRUST!
Sowing seeds is not as easy as you think but thanks to clever seedsmen
- and women - and some gardening tricks, there are solutions.
William McFarlane worked for seedsmen
James Gray & Co, Upper Craigs, Stirling, and attended markets in the district, advising the firm's customers on seeds and manures with a view to increased crop production.
deliver expert advice, customized service and elite seed products to help improve the productivity and profitability of America's farmers.
Blueberries are long-lived plants and are widely available from mail order seedsmen
catalogues, specialist fruit nurseries and garden centres.
Department of Agriculture, state research stations and commercial seedsmen
. Sometimes these are noteworthy because of their overall high quality or high productivity--these you will want to try.
It provides very clear (and amusing) stage by stage illustrations and it even incorporates a list of suppliers that includes seedsmen
in France and the USA.
The house, which enjoys spectacular views over the Tay and the hills beyond, was built by an unknown architect for Archibald Turnbull of seedsmen
Dickson & Turnbull.
By the start of WWII, his numerous commercial photographs, many of them front covers, included: Command Performance (1936), illustrating an article on figurines; The Potting Shed (1937), a Fischli & Weiss-like ad for Max Schling Seedsmen
, Inc.; and such remarkable pieces as Kandinsky (1937), a Cinzano ad in which a darkroom timer, yellow pigment paper and folding measuring stick refer directly to the carbro process (as well as to the Russian artist's interest in color symbolism).
Early Native Americans and later farmer seedsmen
selected seeds from plants that had desirable traits such as large nonshattering ears.
Webbs soon earned the highest seal of approval by being appointed seedsmen
to Queen Victoria and every monarch since.