Definition of Limings
1. liming [n] - See also: liming
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Literary usage of Limings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An Essay on Calcareous Manures by Edmund Ruffin (1852)
"There is a general accordance in the practices of the re-limings, ... The British re-limings are required because the first dose was supposed to be ..."
2. Chymistry Applied to Agriculture by R H Mottram, Jean-Antoine-Claude Chaptal, Humphry Davy, Marc-Antoine Puvis, James Renwick (1845)
"The ancient and repeated limings have, as it seems, furnished to great part of ... The limings of Normandy, the most ancient of France, are kept up in the ..."
3. Modern Agriculture: Or, the Present State of Husbandry in Great Britain by James Donaldson (1796)
"It is probable, that the propriety or impropriety of repeated limings, depends more on ... In Cumberland, Lanark, and fome other counties, repeated limings, ..."
4. Experimental Agriculture: Being the Results of Past, and Suggestions for by James Finlay Weir Johnston (1849)
"Lucerne, for example, is a lime-loving plant, and is said to be benefited by repeated limings. Will an annual small dusting of lime over the young shoots in ..."