Land Planning the Uthwatt Report

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1943/1944
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Liversage,V.
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Of the many recipes for whitewash, this appears to be the only one, so far tried, that bears out its name and is certainly proof against rain, once it has set. It takes about two days to harden sufficiently to withstand heavy rain. For preference, just as with plasterwork, this whitewash should be applied, externally, during dull or misty weather, but it will be found that it will ,set and not flake, even if applied during dry, hot weather,
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, 9 (IX), p. 167-170