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- adjective Not
limed; not treated with lime.
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Above town to the south were the clapped-out shacks where the Company housed its miners; each puff of breeze brought the stench of their unlimed communal privies.
The house was of slabs, unlimed, and with very low iron roof, and having no sign of a tree near it, the heat was unendurable.
A complete fertilizer on the unlimed land made the yield 2235 pounds, and 15 tons of manure on the unlimed land made the yield 2091 pounds.
[Illustration: Red clover on limed and unlimed land.]
A part was given an application of lime, and similar land at its side was left unlimed.
As the red clover had been seeded on the unlimed strip there was no way of knowing whether the limestone had even benefited the alsike.
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