United States Department of Agriculture
Author(s):Daniel M. Johnson; Frederick C. Meinzer; David R. Woodruff; Katherine A. McCullohYear:2009Keywords:cavitation, drought stress, transpiration, water potentialSource:Plant, Cell and Environment
Copper based waterborne wood preservatives are frequently used to extend the service life of wood products when subjected to frequent moisture exposure. While these copper based treatments protect the wood from fungal decay and insect attack, they increase the corrosion of metals embedded or in contact with the treated wood. Previous research has shown the most...