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Besides, as one eminent authority observed in the 1830s, ' ... minor varieties ... may be multiplied to an unlimited degree, and we may constantly expect to see new ones obtained by accident, or by Oats in Europe and the Americas 21 care bestowed in selection' (Low, 1835). From this confused background arose the Potato Oat, a variety viewed as a benchmark against which all others were assessed. Deriving from a single plant discovered in 1788 in a field of potatoes in Cumberland, the Potato Oat, with its short straw, compact and regular panicle and plump grains, enjoyed an unparalleled reputation in areas of deep, fertile soils, where it produced a high meal yield of excellent quality.
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A treatise on Ordnance and Armor ... With an appendix, referring to gun cotton, hooped guns, etc by Alexander Lyman HOLLEY