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J- MUIR, MARGAM ABBEY, GLAMORGAN SHIRE, 1X5 COIiftESPONDENTS. —Your letter has received ?"e «i2? T^0*'3-—"Horsforth."—I do not know any- ^»l6, — who Uas a goal breed of Uou<iiu ^Ugw., should advertise for what you want. Ne, bat iv,?P'—" ^ary A- H."—I have 110 eggs for jjKog f0_,k leghorns and Minonae are excellent *le wonu « am sure those who have eggs for Pre»eat '*• very pruli table to advertise thetn Sowj-p, I have daily inquiries about them. "rase Seed on Lawns.—W. Bowen.—The j J^DiUv j*™*8. seed is not the proper sort, as it Jot tterrL?°!lta^n6 much weed seed or plants that are Ny It would be very much better to «0»* If? P°undfl of lawn seed, but it should not jCL*11 April. ( i^Wanf^. ^ot Growing.—" Fais."—After potting .(8to»t!, often a habit of not starting freely tat^ *or a °°usiderab]e time. Indeed, they year's rest, and, if you will go on treat- 1 y0l P»OTt in the way you have been doing, I j *iU find it will start into growth very soon j*Q(i Eaake a large specimen before the end of the —"Miss W. B."—If you lift them ( fo?1 hails of soil to the roots, and pot them 1 r^d, bu on 110 as not to check them they will sue- be *nv if the soil fa.118 away from them it will not HU. potting them, as they would not grow J 5?? y0u Uuare a 600 late in thinking of this, j "houid have done it when they were quite ] U:°ftns in Soil.—"T. L."—Give it a. dressing of fresh j *jil ■; £ {.<% it in so as to work it well through the jjoj should be done at once, and it will be in 1 {Jo J?1, for cropping in a month's time. Soot is ( *• be»t for destroying worms, but that would ( h" «oui^troduced w 11611 you put the crops in, or ■ SOw it over them when they are small, as 1 ww them. IWl Harrow.—"M. R."—This is made by putting *ood frame together and twining some black j brandies through it. The brush liar- 2S wraa.^xi one for grass land, and you can- ] j^Uf furftter than make one at once, and harrow £ with it. It will uproot a good deal of spreswj all the manure that ia 011 the sur- &c.—"Vicar."—jKou should write to Mr. JVt.iL' The Isureeries^Penarth, for what you ] qJ*- E. Gladstone, Worcester Pearmain, Blen- 1 k"1 of the Pippins, Cox's Orange Pip- de Menage would be a good selection. J Royal Sovereign are both excellent straw- 1 ),fere de Menage would be a good selection. J Royal Sovereign are both excellent straw- 1 Fillbasket is a most useful and prolific Chickens.—"F. E. W."—There are many ( Wb»nfa'et* who hatch chickens in incubators artl i •ufterwtunls. Tliey are offered at various a *ew flays old onwards, but unless you I?Wynf41 facilities for rearing them you had bet- wf.111 'n a month old, as they will then 5? Weiv^8 c*Pe t,ia:l when very young. I l>elieve ] v*i> J/8 you want are offered by some. It is a Way of getting a stock, and m»uiy prefer m 1R this way to purchasing the e^s. Growing.—"Penarth."—Inhere is no way hvT11^ your Brussels sprouts and other vege- ii?ni glowing as the spring comes on. You j?*" the roots with a spade so as to cut them, but ■*6*4^ "Proot them altogether. Brocoli may also ho way. The parsnips may be lifted out 7vUur^. stored in sand or ashes in a cool winter, so far, has been much in favour ?S^jj**Pctable supply. Spinach is the fastest to become ready for use of any you can &*i|H?a'vi1<y.—'• Oroxtethh»venne."—"You rfhould *r» sail into each of the holes or patches J^tl at the end 'if March, »nd buy a L*»»»>J.Vr'\wty of lawn seed and sow a sprinkling of it jT0;1- If you rake it into the soil and then a tevel with a spade it will soon grow, and Jtfc ^grassed surface. You should also r*«8 shor?r of tell in the sumniei--time, and keep the a 18 a!! means of making tSj^thp00^ ^a,WI1- Ins-tructions as to how to treat c^um cuttings have recently he«n given in fcv c1ttJnla' Look UI> a few of your back numbers, ti froP ^Wl roust give a little protection, as if tvtofcUrg Plants under glass they would not bear On *k_ y°u have nowhere else you might try window in your house.

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