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Control of brown stain: in Eastern white pineAuthor(s): Robert E. Stutz; Peter Koch; Millard L. Oldham
Source: Forest Products Journal: 258-260
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionDegrade caused by brown stain and blue stain in eastern white pine was virtually eliminated by the use of sap stain chemicals and sodium azide. Combinations of buffered sodium azide with both sodium pentachlorophenate plus borax and buffered ethyl mercury phosphate were effective.
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CitationStutz, Robert E.; Koch, Peter; Oldham, Millard L. 1961. Control of brown stain: in Eastern white pine. Forest Products Journal: 258-260
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