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Lumber shipped green can be protected against decay Public Deposited

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  • No one prefers green lumber. Its higher shipping weight, poorer nail-holding power, and shrinkage after fabrication are well known, but the present pressure for deliveries results in much of it being accepted. Another major objection to lumber shipped green is that is may be damaged bu wood-decaying fungi, either in transit or soon after it is put into use. The chance for such damage can be greatly decreased by dipping the lumber in a toxic solution at the sawmill.
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