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AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR JUS

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AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR JUS Vegetation has not, foi many years, been so perfcct., prolific, and productive, or asslJllled so fruitful an appearance. It is not only one speeb's 'hat abounds in luxuriant foiliag-e, but the whole ve^eta'lsle icitilltlniti has arrived to greater perfec- tion, and suffered less from the destroying depre- dators, the insect tribes, which have either been annihilated by atmospheric affections, or render- ed inactive by the rapid and. luxuriant growth of plants. Wheat has, as the flag; denoted last month, thrown out a large ear, thickly set with clevels, and has gone finely off the bloom. Bar- ley promises well upon warm soils, having thrown out a long ear, except on a few spots where waTer has bung on/twill too long, tor the want of that greatest of all improvements, land-drain- ing. Oats have belled abundantly strong oil 'he stem, and promise a ful! crop. The hay harvest has generally commenced, and the crops of grass ol every kind are mo- •v' slant.

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