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Hints on storing timber to prevent decayAuthor(s): Forest Products Laboratory
Source: FPL Technical note ; no. A1
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionMany serious losses from decay in wooden structures are due to the fact that the timbers used were infected with wood-destroying fungi while in storage. These losses can be greatly reduced by keeping lumber storage yards in a sanitary condition. Some hints as to how to do this are given below.
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CitationForest Products Laboratory 1919. Hints on storing timber to prevent decay. FPL Technical note ; no. A1
Keywordswood destroying fungi, wood preservation, timberyards
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