The Effect of Soil pH on the pH of Treated Southern Pine in Ground Contact after 12 Months

IRG/WP 11-50281

L Jin, C Schauwecker, C Vidrine, P Walcheski, A Preston

Southern pine samples treated with soluble and particulate copper solutions were subjected to three soils that had been amended to provide acidic, neutral and alkaline conditions. Wood pH was measured prior to, and after 6 and 12 months after being placed in the soil to determine the effect of soil pH on wood pH.

Keywords: soil pH, wood pH southern pine, soluble copper, particulate copper

Conference: 11-05-08/12 Queenstown, New Zealand

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