“‘Do you think that there is any better way of securing that than by turning the land over as often as possible in summer?’“‘Nay, I know for certain that if you want the weeds to lie on the surface and wither in the heat, and the land to be baked by the sun, the surest way is to plough it up at midday in midsummer.’
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