The charge of an acre of hop-ground, in most parts of England where hops are cultivated, is computed thus; three pounds ... need only be careful that the undertaker does every part of the work in its proper season; and it is so much the interest of the ... The hop planters in England reckon, that they have but a moderate return when the produce of an acre of hops does not sell for more than thirty pounds.
|Title||:||The Complete Farmer Or a General Dictionary of Husbandry In All Its Branches, Containing the Various Methods of Cultivating and Improving Every Species of Land ... The 4. Ed. Improved and Enlarged. - London, T. Longman 1793|