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I w a s informed last summer, that in the neighbourhood of Don caster, two kinds of lime were employed in agriculture, which were supposed to differ materially in their effects. One of these, which was procured near the town, it was necessary to use sparingly, and to spread very evenly over the land; for it was said that a large proportion of it, instead of increasing, diminished the fertility of the soil; and, that wherever a heap of it was left in one spot, all vegetation was prevented fordoi:10.1098/rstl.1799.0018 fatcat:at3anulv2va5vl5d5hbkxl3z2q