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Old 20th June 2009   #26
Johnny O. Farnen
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Default Re: Wood that is safe in water

Madrona wood is not one that I have heard of before...I'll have to research that one.

Thank you for the information! I suspect there are more folks out there that can add to this list...

EDIT: Did a bit of looking around on this one, and if by madrona you are referring to Arbutus menziesii , it is in fact one of the safest woods I have seen yet. Live, dead, wood, bark, leaves and berries have a toxicity listing of ZERO. Looks like this one could topple mopani wood! That is good news for you west coast USA type people....bad news for the rest of us...

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