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Old 09-16-2008, 08:51 PM   #11
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Thats a lot of wood.

Now just a thought would it have been sprayed numerous times over the orchards life with pesticides> ? Not sure if I would want to use it then.
The sprays used on fruit trees has to dissipate or the fruit would not be usable.
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Old 09-16-2008, 09:17 PM   #12
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Depending on when it is available for pickup I may be interested.

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I'll keep you in mind....I also have another source if you need some.
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Old 09-17-2008, 05:31 AM   #13
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Thats a lot of wood.

Now just a thought would it have been sprayed numerous times over the orchards life with pesticides> ? Not sure if I would want to use it then.
The sprays used on fruit trees has to dissipate or the fruit would not be usable.
Thanks for the explanation.
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Old 09-18-2008, 11:51 PM   #14
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There's a guy on the western slope of Colorado that is advertising Apple wood at $430 cord, you pick up. Seems like your guy is sitting on a pile of bucks.

http://westslope.craigslist.org/for/841065949.html
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[quote=Diva Q][quote=jminion][quote="Diva Q":hhoyusnp]Thats a lot of wood.

Now just a thought would it have been sprayed numerous times over the orchards life with pesticides> ? Not sure if I would want to use it then.[/quote]

The sprays used on fruit trees has to dissipate or the fruit would not be usable.[/quote]

Thanks for the explanation.[/quote:hhoyusnp]

Have a look at the study results posted in this article, which disputes the 'rain washes it all off' theory

[url="http://www.organicconsumers.org/organic/pesticide-residues.cfm"]www.organicconsumers.org/organic/pesticide-residues.cfm[/url]
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I just bought around 1000 lbs of hickory for $100. Went to a local mill and bought the non-furniture grade logs. He was happy to sell and I was happy to buy.
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Old 09-20-2008, 05:39 PM   #17
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[quote=Adrienne][quote=Diva Q][quote=jminion][quote="Diva Q":2kduzkje]Thats a lot of wood.

Now just a thought would it have been sprayed numerous times over the orchards life with pesticides> ? Not sure if I would want to use it then.[/quote]

The sprays used on fruit trees has to dissipate or the fruit would not be usable.[/quote]

Thanks for the explanation.[/quote]

Have a look at the study results posted in this article, which disputes the 'rain washes it all off' theory

[url="http://www.organicconsumers.org/organic/pesticide-residues.cfm"]www.organicconsumers.org/organic/pesticide-residues.cfm[/url][/quote:2kduzkje]

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[quote=Rag][quote=Adrienne][quote=Diva Q][quote=jminion]
Quote:
Originally Posted by Diva Q":2markq0s]Thats a lot of wood.

Now just a thought would it have been sprayed numerous times over the orchards life with pesticides> ? Not sure if I would want to use it then.[/quote]

The sprays used on fruit trees has to dissipate or the fruit would not be usable.[/quote]

Thanks for the explanation.[/quote]

Have a look at the study results posted in this article, which disputes the 'rain washes it all off' theory

[url="http://www.organicconsumers.org/organic/pesticide-residues.cfm
www.organicconsumers.org/organic/pesticide-residues.cfm[/url]
They have an agenda. Salt and pepper scares that crowd.[/quote:2markq0s]

Thats the same thing I thought so I didn't even read the crap from the website.
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[quote=Nick Prochilo][quote=Rag][quote=Adrienne]
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Thats a lot of wood.

Now just a thought would it have been sprayed numerous times over the orchards life with pesticides> ? Not sure if I would want to use it then.
The sprays used on fruit trees has to dissipate or the fruit would not be usable.
Thanks for the explanation.[/quote]

Have a look at the study results posted in this article, which disputes the 'rain washes it all off' theory

[url="http://www.organicconsumers.org/organic/pesticide-residues.cfm
www.organicconsumers.org/organic/pesticide-residues.cfm[/url]
They have an agenda. Salt and pepper scares that crowd.[/quote:282q0jzp]

Thats the same thing I thought so I didn't even read the crap from the website.[/quote:282q0jzp]

You likely ask for a side of high fructose corn syrup with your pancakes.
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[quote=Adrienne][quote=Nick Prochilo][quote=Rag]
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Originally Posted by Diva Q":nrnm22ix]
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Originally Posted by "Diva Q":nrnm22ix
Thats a lot of wood.

Now just a thought would it have been sprayed numerous times over the orchards life with pesticides> ? Not sure if I would want to use it then.
The sprays used on fruit trees has to dissipate or the fruit would not be usable.
Thanks for the explanation.[/quote]

Have a look at the study results posted in this article, which disputes the 'rain washes it all off' theory

[url="http://www.organicconsumers.org/organic/pesticide-residues.cfm
www.organicconsumers.org/organic/pesticide-residues.cfm[/url]
They have an agenda. Salt and pepper scares that crowd.
Thats the same thing I thought so I didn't even read the crap from the website.[/quote:nrnm22ix]

You likely ask for a side of high fructose corn syrup with your pancakes.[/quote:nrnm22ix]

As a matter of fact..........................
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