For swellings and sores, make a poultice of dandelions.
Birch bark around your small peach and cherry trees will protect them from pests.
Use small fish, such as minnows, when fishing for pike or pickerel.
If it rains on June 27th, it will rain seven weeks.
Turnip tops are richer in vitamins than the roots.
Use a little mineral oil on a cotton ball to polish patent leather shoes.
Rain today means a wet harvest.
When mists rise in low ground and soon vanish, nothing is a surer sign of fair weather.
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