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Author: Scot, Reginald, 1538?-1599.
Title: A perfite platforme of a hoppe garden and necessarie instructions for the making and mayntenaunce thereof, with notes and rules for reformation of all abuses, commonly practised therein, very necessary and expedient for all men to haue, which in any wise haue to doe with hops. Made by Reynolde Scot.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A perfite platforme of a hoppe garden and necessarie instructions for the making and mayntenaunce thereof, with notes and rules for reformation of all abuses, commonly practised therein, very necessary and expedient for all men to haue, which in any wise haue to doe with hops. Made by Reynolde Scot.
Scot, Reginald, 1538?-1599.

Imprinted at London: By Henrie Denham, dwelling in Pater noster Rovve, at the signe of the Starre, 1574. Cum priuilegio ad imprimendum solum.
Notes:
Some print show-through.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Hops -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A11622.0001.001

Contents
title page
¶To the Right worshipfull May∣ster Willyam Louelace, Esquire, Sergeaunt at the Lawe.
To the Reader.
¶The Printer to the Reader.
¶The Table.
Faultes escaped.
¶A perfite Platforme of a Hoppe garden
Of apt and vnapt grounde for Hoppes.
Of the Scituation.
Of the quantitie.
A proportion of the charge and benefite of a Hoppe garden.
Of the preparation of a Hoppe Garden.
The tyme to cut and set Hoppe Rootes.
Rules for the choyce and preparation of Rootes.
Of the good Hoppe.
Of the vnkindly Hoppe.
Of the wylde Hoppe.
Of setting of Hoppe rootes.
Abuses and disorders in setting.
Prouision agaynst annoyance, and spoyle of your Garden.
¶Of Poales.
Of the erection of Poales.
Of Ramming of Poales.
Of Reparation of Poales.
Of the preseruation of Poales.
¶Of tying of Hoppes to the Poales.
¶Of hylling and hylles.
Abuses in hylling.
¶Of the gathering of Hoppes.
What there is to be done in Win∣ter herein.
¶The order for reforming your grounde.
¶The order of cutting Hoppe Rootes.
Of diuers mens follyes.
Of disorders and maintayners thereof.
¶Of an Oste.
Of the seuerall Roumes for an Oste.
Of the Furnace or Keele.
Of the bedde or vpper floore of the Oste, whereon the Hoppes must be dryed.
The orderly drying of Hoppes.
Other maners of dryings not so good.
The very woorst way of drying Hoppes.
Of not drying.
¶Of the packing of Hoppes.
¶The reformation of a Garden of wylde Hoppes.
¶The reformation of a disor∣dered Garden.
¶Needelesse curiosities vsed by the vnskilfull.
The Epilogue.