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pressure treated fence posts

  • Subject: [cg] pressure treated fence posts
  • From: "Vanessa Mercer" vmercer@crabtreefarms.org
  • Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2003 11:40:12 -0500

I know this has probably asked a million times, but here goes: what is the "official" thought on safe gardening distance from a pressure treated lumber fence post. The posts were sunk in year 2000 are spaced about 10 feet apart. The beds are not raised beds, just rows. But a gardener would like to use the fence for climbing plants.
Vanessa Mercer
Crabtree Farms of Chattanooga
P.O. Box 2250
1000 East 30th St.
Chattanooga, TN 37409
Phone: 423/ 493.9155
Fax: 423/624.7439
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