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An Australian test of wood preservatives III. The condition, after 31 and 35 years' exposure, of stakes treated with waterborne preservatives

An Australian test of wood preservatives III. The condition, after 31 and 35 years' exposure, of stakes treated with waterborne preservatives

Journal of the Institute of Wood Science 15(5): 267-277

The condition of preservative-treated stakes of Pinus radiata sapwood and Eucalyptus regnans heartwood and sapwood is reported after 31 and 35 years, respectively, of field exposure at three Australian sites: Innisfail (Queensland), Sydney (New South Wales) and Walpeup (Victoria). Although termites were significant in the decline in condition of untreated controls, decay was the more important biodeteriogen for stakes treated with the waterborne preservatives.

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