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Wood to be used in a community garden.

  • Subject: [cg] Wood to be used in a community garden.
  • From: "Skyler York" skylery@shfoodbank.org
  • Date: Tue, 22 Apr 2003 11:39:21 -0700
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  • Thread-topic: Wood to be used in a community garden.

What wood is suggested to be used in a Community Garden? Some have said use untreated wood, but the replacement of this wood after it decays would be costly. Others say use treated wood to last longer, but the issue of CCA comes to mind when dealing with treated would.


Any suggestions?  I think the argument could go either way.

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