Unseasoned lumber | Article about unseasoned lumber by The Free Dictionary
Lumber which has not been dried or seasoned.
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This finding suggests there are hazards associated with shipping unseasoned lumber
. In contrast, if the estimated moisture content at the 90th percentile (i = 4,500) is selected as M[C.sub.em], 12 percent of the wood is underestimated.
First, building with unseasoned lumber
is an accepted practice in some regions of the United States.
Screening for microorganisms with the potential for biological control of sapstain on unseasoned lumber
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Such stain downgrades high quality lumber and is likely to occur when fresh, unseasoned lumber
is stacked during warm weather prior to kiln-drying.