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Re: A Good Treament for Fence Posts and Poles?


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Posted by DeadCarp on January 10, 2003 at 19:53:07 from (216.189.142.42):

In Reply to: A Good Treament for Fence Posts and Poles? posted by Lynch in E.TX on January 10, 2003 at 15:52:01:

Yeah i think Les is right - plant a nice row of trees and staple the wire to them in a few years.
If the posts you have were cut full of pitch, they'll char good - otherwise if they're wintercut, they'll soak up leftover oil. Never had any last that long tho.

The problem is right around ground level, where bugs can find both oxygen and moisture IN the post. Prevent that and the post will last.




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