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The fuge, late, tace of the Carthusian brother is my motto here, my death to the world is the life of this canton, my prayer takes the form of the active work to which I have set my hand, and which I love--the work of sowing the seeds of happiness and joy, of giving to others what I myself have not.
Perhaps, too, he does not like the extracts from gardening books I read to him sometimes when he is planting or sowing something new.
I am present at the sowing of the seed of the world.
That they were only sowing the clover on fifteen acres, not on all the forty-five, was still more annoying to him.
But the peasants were carrying the oats in spaces when they might simply let the slide down into the lower granary; and arranging for this to be done, and taking two workmen from there for sowing clover, Levin got over his vexation with the bailiff.
Seeing the master, the laborer, Vassily, went towards the cart, while Mishka set to work sowing.
What a sowing, Konstantin Dmitrievitch," he said, hesitating; "first rate.
He watched how Mishka strode along, swinging the huge clods of earth that clung to each foot; and getting off his horse, he took the sieve from Vassily and started sowing himself.
The ploughland was in splendid condition; in a couple of days it would be fit for harrowing and sowing.
The weather is still suitable for sowing wheat therefore agriculture department is hopeful to achieve set targets.
The great advantage of autumn sowing is that the soil is warm, germination is usually pretty successful and the little plants can get established before the worst of the weather sets in.
There are lots of crops we can be sowing in August.