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Concerning Soluble Pacific Guano for Tobacco
Original Author: Allison & Addison, Richmond
Created: ca. 1873
Medium: Pamphlet cover

Concerning Soluble Pacific Guano for Tobacco, Corn, and All Spring Crops.

A pamphlet produced by Allison & Addison, a famer's supply store in Richmond, promotes the use of guano, a fertilizer made from bat and seabird excrement, in the production of corn, tobacco, and other crops. Five hundred planters from Virginia and North Carolina offer their endorsement of the product in this advertising pamphlet.

Citation: Concerning Soluble Pacific Guano for Tobacco, Corn, and All Spring Crops. F 221 v.545 no.1. Special Collections, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

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