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Chemical stains in hackberry can be preventedAuthor(s): Eddie W. Price
Source: Southern Lumberman 243(3019):13-15
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionSeveral methods are available that could be used to prevent the unsightly grey-brown chemical stain that develops in hackberry and other hardwoods before drying is completed.
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CitationPrice, Eddie W. 1982. Chemical stains in hackberry can be prevented. Southern Lumberman 243(3019):13-15
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