In the spring, more than at any other season of the year, there is much activity of preparation—the breaking up and the turning over of the soil—for the planting and sowing of seed. The prudent farmer and the thoughtful gardener or florist are very careful that the soil is put into the right condition for the seed; and the seed too is closely inspected as to its quality before planting, and if not good it is cast aside.
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