It costs me two shillings a pound for I had rather give double price for such than run ... This Three-leaved Grass will grow half a yard in length or more, and at every two inches it hath a knot with leaves and a bunch of seed, which is black, and ... It may be sown with Corn, or without. as they do the great Clover ; or being sprinkled in Meadows, it will exceedingly mend the Hay, both in burthen and goodness.
|Title||:||Agricultural Writers from Sir Walter of Henley to Arthur Young, 1200-1800|
|Publisher||:||New York, B. Franklin  - 1968|