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A study of decay type variability in variously treated Fagus sylvatica and Pinus radiata field test stakes exposed at a Vineyard for 30-45 months



A study of decay type variability in variously treated Fagus sylvatica and Pinus radiata field test stakes exposed at a Vineyard for 30-45 months



Document International Research Group on Wood Preservation ( IRG/WP/98-10271): 17 pp.



Pinus radiata test stakes were treated with 10 kg/msuperscript 2 of copper chrome arsenate (CCA) plus 4 lower retentions in a geometric series of 1.5. Fagus sylvatica was treated with 15 kg/msuperscript 2 and 2 lower retentions. Both timber species were also treated with equivalent retentions of various new generation preservatives (P. radiata was also treated with creosote).

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