A shallow, worn-out soil should not be used for corn, but for cowpeas or rye.
"Agriculture for Beginners" by Charles William Burkett
Rye growing in surface soil, subsoil, and sand .
"Lessons on Soil" by E. J. Russell
The indian corn is cheaper, and the seed is better than if all rye.
"The Practical Distiller" by Samuel McHarry
He's General Rye's keeper.
"Burr Junior" by G. Manville Fenn
A small quantity of rye flour mixed with chopped coarse straw, was the basis of a fourth example.
"The History of the American Expedition Fighting the Bolsheviki" by Joel R. Moore
Rye grew better, so bread made of "rye-an'-injun," which was half rye-meal, half corn-meal, was used instead.
"Home Life in Colonial Days" by Alice Morse Earle
It resists drought, and is less exhausting to the soil than either rye grass or Timothy.
"Cattle and Their Diseases" by Robert Jennings
It makes a less heavy growth than rye, but can be used at a time of the year that rye would fail.
"Crops and Methods for Soil Improvement" by Alva Agee
That rye bread was splendid, wasn't it!
"A Little Girl of Long Ago" by Amanda Millie Douglas
After the field had lain fallow three or four years, it is sown with one part rye and two parts barley, mixed together.
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"I've come, DE PECKHAM RYE,
To do a Christian task;
You ask me what would I?
It is not much I ask.
"The Troubadour" by William Schwenck Gilbert
Primrose and violet,
Your breeze-lit fields of rye…
Your golden sheaves forget—
Forget, or die.
"The Railroad" by Elizabeth Daryush
"I ride by tree, I ride by rill,
I ride by rye and clover,
For by the kirk beyond the hill
Awaits a better lover."
"The Ride" by Madison Julius Cawein
Her true love shot a mighty hart
Among the standing rye,
When on him leapt that keeper old
From the fern where he did lie.
"A New Forest Ballad" by Charles Kingsley
With more than all her old-time pride
She walks the rye-field at his side,
Careless of cot or hall,
Since love transfigures all.
"The Maids Of Attitash" by John Greenleaf Whittier
'Why do you stand in the dripping rye,
Cold-lipped, unconscious, wet to the knee,
When there are firesides near?' said I.
'I told him I wished him dead,' said she.
"The Woman In The Rye" by Thomas Hardy
Rye enthusiasts are once again asked to take the bad with the good as Heaven Hill releases the next installment of its super-aged Rittenhouse Very Rare Single-Barrel Straight Rye Whisky in October.
2 ounces rye whiskey (preferably Sazerac ).
Sazerac Rye Whiskey ¼ oz.
This one, like "The Fat Guy From Rye" almost killed me.
Shmaltz Brewing Company's Funky Jewbelation, the newest addition to its Limited Engagement Barrel-Aged series, mashes together six beers aged for varying times in rye and bourbon barrels and is now available in stores.
The ordinance passed despite opposition from the community, and it also requires pedestrians to walk single file on Rye roads.
Rye Resident Sara Leand's Cookie Business.
Move over, Mrs Fields—with a smidgen of capital and dash of luck, a Rye resident is poised to become the country's next cookie mogul.
Greg Johnson, whose Swedish cabin was featured in "Rebuilding a Pioneer Cabin" in the December 2012 issue of Cabin Life, has a special place in his heart for this traditional Swedish rye bread.
Thunderous offense caps Rye's drive to 2A baseball title.
Rye players celebrate winning the 2A baseball championship.
Fred Troller , a design director who helped popularize a minimalist typographic style called Swiss New Typography in the United States in the 1960's, died on Oct 11 at his home in Rye, N.Y.
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Instead, it seems that other earlier Farmers went on to domesticate six key species still in use (emmer and einkorn wheat, barley, lentils, chick peas, and ﬂax), plus some others tried and abandoned more or less permanently (chenopod. marsh elder) or temporarily (oats, rye, squash, sunﬂower; Weiss et al. 2006).
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