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Excerpt from The Book of a Thousand Gardens: Being the True Accounts of the Trials and Tribulations and Successes in a Dry Year of Something Less Than a Thousand Gardens in Many States and Climates
We took an old hen and about 20 chickens back in the field and set the coop about in the middle' of the rows, which were 350 feet long, and it certainly done one's heart good to see the way they cleaned up those aphis. It seemed like those little chickens were going up and down those rows from daylight to dark look ing for aphis, and it was certainly amusing to watch them.
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publisher: Forgotten Books (May 5, 2017)
isbn: 1332105963, 978-1332105960,
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