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Re: Railroad Gardening

  • Subject: Re:[cg] Railroad Gardening
  • From: "John Herndon" <jherndon@regionalfoodbank.org>
  • Date: Fri, 1 Feb 2002 08:46:06 -0800
  • Importance: Normal

Ginger, While I don't know much about wheel lubricants, I do know that the
railroad maintenance team will spray some incredibly potent herbicides
indiscriminately, usually from a track car with a power sprayer, to keep a
broad area around the tracks clear.  I would surly check into that with the
powers that be.  Might be a good idea to have the soil tested in the area
for toxins that have been used in the past.
Good Luck!
John Herndon
Urban Harvest Coordinator
Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma

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