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The Harvest And The Crops

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Day
12
Month
July
Year
1861
Copyright
Public Domain
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Whcat as soon from tho window üf our omoe - oud we have have a fine view of the hiila mound ei City- Rfpaan nearly ready lor thereapor, and werro informad by farmers of wlumiwelinv inqmred that tho work of cuiting will begin thi weck and next Mon day will be er.K-rcd upen to considerable an extent. We are happy to say thftt from all ectioua of our Couiü.y there comes the assurance of ft good crup nd BH abundant hftrvest. The brcadlh grown is full average.aud it covers the ground well except in rare in-tances of winter killing. The straw is of good growth, the heada belter filled than usual, and with fair weallier for harveat the berry will be of superior qualily, and the yield es. cellent. Oats have Buffered materiilly from the drought, and cronking farmers cali it o ruin fd crup, whilo who uhv.ays look at the bright. side sny tliat it nejded to be ruined in order togive producers a chance to woik off iast j-ear's surplus. Corn is generally looking wcll and tho warm weather to follow the recent fineshowers will shove it rapidly forward. Potatoes, especially early crops, havo suffered from the " dry spell," but later plantings are just at a point to be benefitted by the rains received and promised.

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Michigan Argus