Serradilla, or Common Bird's-foot (see vol. i. p. 266), a valuable plant, which thrives much better than saintfoin, or any other grass, on poor sandy soils : it is propagated by drilling the seed in rows, two feet asunder; but may be transplanted in the same manner as cabbages. T is vegetable affords a grateful food to cattle of every description : it has not, indeed, been hitherto extensively cultivated, excepting by LaNgfoed Millington, Esq. of Rushford, Norfolk; whose spirited experi- ments are recorded in the 27th vol. of Annals of Agriculture; but, . as it promises to be productive of the greatest benefit to agricultu- rists, on the poorest lands, we trust that it will in future be generally introduced into such situations.