2009-04-23 / Community News
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Q. I would like to build some garden beds with either railroad timbers or treated wood but I don't know if they are safe for vegetable gardening? A. The creosote in railroad ties will not be taken up by the roots of the plants, according to recent scientific data. However, creosote can vaporize and the fumes can be taken in by the plants.
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