We have often been much surprised by noticing on farms otherwise perfect, that there was a want of regularity in the planting of the trees, vegetables and grain, and so we suggest that regularity in planting is one of the surest means of obtaining a good and equable crop. Even though it costs a little more labor at first, the fruit will amply repay. Give an equal share of soil to each root, and rather plant too little in a field than too much.