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Choose from 95 pictures in our Manure collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


The Island of Ichaboe, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

The Island of Ichaboe, 1844. Creator: Unknown

The Island of Ichaboe, 1844. It is...to its being the depository of guano, in almost incredible quantities, that Ichaboe owes its importance...The surface of this island is covered with birds manure to the depth of twenty-five feet...The trade in Guano, which has been lately opened to the coast of Africa, has not only raised high hopes as to its beneficial effects in improving agriculture, by affording an abundance of the richest manure, but on the commerce, and especially on the shipping interests of the country, it has already occasioned considerable improvement. Everything relating to it, therefore, is a matter of importance, and even the natural history of the article is something more than a mere matter of curiosity. Its name, it would appear, is of Peruvian derivation, and had been called in the language of the natives Huano, signifying dung or manure'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol V

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Hands of a gardener making a fertiliser from Stinging nettles (U Featured Print

Hands of a gardener making a fertiliser from Stinging nettles (U

Hands of a gardener making a fertiliser from Stinging nettles (Urtica urents), chopping or crushing them then steeping them in water for a few days, one part nettles to ten parts water. They are rich in iron, magnesium and nitrogen and the solution can be added to compost or dug in

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Bucket, Composing, Garden, Gardener, Gloved, Gloves, Liquid, Manure, Nettle, Organic, Soil Enrichment, Trace Elements

Japanese tea production, 1874 Featured Print

Japanese tea production, 1874

Japanese tea production, 1874. Preparations before sowing the tea seed; manuring the plant; planting out in the third year; picking the leaves; sifting the leaf; separating the leaves after firing; rubbing the leaf; cooling the leaf after steaming. A print from the Illustrated London News, (1 August 1874

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