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Service life of treated and untreated fence posts : 1963 progress report on the post farm Public Deposited

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  • Eleven series of untreated posts, 33 series of nonpressuretreated posts, and 13 series of pressure-treated posts remain in test. Series in which all posts have failed now number 34 for untreated, and 18 for nonpressure-treated. Causes of failures since 1949 were: fungi, 77 per cent of failures; fungi and termites, 16 per cent; fungi and insects, 5 per cent; termites, 2 per cent. Preservative treatment of the entire post apparently is needed for longest service of nondurable woods at this test site .
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