little till the buds have over- reached the poles, which they cannot do when the pole is too long. ... of wind will do them great mischief at this time, and hops picked green and bright, without bruising or discolouring, will sell for a ... The former yields by much the best colour when dried, and the other is the most plentiful bearer.
|Title||:||British cyclopedia of the arts and sciences|
|Author||:||charles f partington|