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Cabbage, Cauliflower and Allied Vegetables: From Seed to Harvest
Charles Linneaus Allen
Sin vista previa disponible - 2016
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Página 101 - I pint. Water 5 gallons. Place oil, resin and a gallon of water in an iron kettle and heat until resin is softened ; add lye solution made as for hard soap ; stir thoroughly ; add remainder of water and boil about two hours, or until the mixture will unite with cold water making a clear, ambercolored liquid. If the mixture has boiled away too much, add sufficient boiling water to make 5 gallons.