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  • See a paper in Southern Cultivator, p. 7, vol. iii; also Jefferson's letter to Drayton, in his Memoirs.

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  • As an article in a publication called The Cultivator said in 1836: Who ever heard of a man buying and selling a farm at the same or a lessened price?

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  • Influenced by South Jersey's and in particular Hammonton's farming history, some of the works are titled: "Garden House for the State Bird: The Goldfinch Nests on a Branch with a Fork" by Ann Keech; Sally Willowbee's Bee Fountain: "Water is the Blue Soul of the Planet"; and Harry Anderson's "Cultivator".

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  • Old Cato, whose "De Re Rusticâ" is my "Cultivator," says, and the only translation I have seen makes sheer nonsense of the passage, "When you think of getting a farm, turn it thus in your mind, not to buy greedily; nor spare your pains to look at it, and do not think it enough to go round it once.

    Walden, or Life in the woods

  • Old Cato, whose "De Re Rustica" is my "Cultivator," says — and the only translation I have seen makes sheer nonsense of the passage — "When you think of getting a farm turn it thus in your mind, not to buy greedily; nor spare your pains to look at it, and do not think it enough to go round it once.

    Walden~ Chapter 02 (historical)

  • Old Cato, whose "De Re Rustica" is my "Cultivator," says -- and the only translation I have seen makes sheer nonsense of the passage -- "When you think of getting a farm turn it thus in your mind, not to buy greedily; nor spare your pains to look at it, and do not think it enough to go round it once.

    Walden

  • His to-do list includes finding a qualified grower - he's running an ad on Craigslist under the heading "Become a Medical Marijuana Cultivator."

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  • CobraHead Weeder and Cultivator cobrahead. com has a tempered steel blade, sometimes referred to as a "steel fingernail," that makes fast work of weeds by digging them or slicing them off at the soil line.

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  • Morris divided American lands into two classes, “that which belongs to the great Landholder, and that which is owned and occupied by the industrious Cultivator.”

    Robert Morris

  • He began to write for, and was probably paid by, The Cultivator, an Albany journal sponsored by the New York Agricultural Society.

    James Eights

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