Treating Fence Posts with Pentachlorphenol-Fuel Oil Solutions
Abstract:Prolonging the life of fence posts by treating them with a cold solution of pentachlorphenol and fuel oil appears to give good results. The treating method is simple and the equipment required is usually on hand or easily procured for the average farm. The solution is harmful to the skin and any one using it should follow the author's suggestions for protecting the hands and arms.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: First Assistant in Forestry, George Gustafson, Scientific Aid in the Agricultural Experiment Station
Publication date: 1943-04-01
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