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Sapstain control treatments before or after dressing Public Deposited

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  • Dipping or spraying green lumber with stain control chemicals has been reported recently as valuable for delaying or preventing stain and decay infection in bulk-piled lumber, as well as in the air-seasoning piles for which such treatments were originally developed. But it should be kept in mind that if lumber is dipped and then dressed while it is still green, the advantage of the treatment is largely lost. The chemicals do not penetrate the wood to any great depth, and are mostly removed with the shavings. If green lumber is surfaced within 3 days after sawing, the dipping or spraying should be done as it comes from the planer, instead of before surfacing. If the dressing is done more than about 3 days after sawing, but while the lumber is still green, the best course would be to treat directly after sawing and again after dressing,
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