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Charles Poppy: 'Culture of white carrots', 1840

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.10304/43

Scope and Contents

Notes on the cultivation of the white or Walcheren carrot, by Charles Poppy; dated Witnesham, Suffolk, 1840.


  • Creation: 1840

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2 folio(s) : Paper

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Formerly inserted loosely in a copy of Charles Poppy, 'Practical hints on burning clay, sods, surface-soil of fallows, etc.,: and on the employment of the poor' ([Ipswich]: printed and sold by King and Garrod, County Press, Ipswich; and also by Ridgway, Piccadilly, London, 1830), Cambridge University Library, item no. 1 in volume 8000.c.1318.

Related Materials

A letter from Charles Poppy to Arthur Biddell concerning the production of sugar beet, Witnesham, 2 March 1829, is held by the Museum of English Rural Life, Reading, reference SUF 5/1/1/f 66-69.

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