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Re: incubation times for fallax?
Thanks Lee, that's the one I was trying to remember. Now, the question is,
do I put it at sfbaka.net or wait for Barry to return and get it somewhere
on the AKA site? [Few of us have the '79 JAKAs.]
That short a quote is, no doubt, "fair use' but I should get BOT approval
before putting on a permanent site location, I think, anyway.
LeeH920226 at aol_com wrote:
> The reference is
> November/December 1979 Volume 12. Number 6 A Numbering System to Indicate
> Peat Wetness Roger Langton
> It states the following:
> #5 refers to peat that is completely saturated with water
> #4 refers to peat that has been squeezed before being placed in an air tight
> #3 refers to peat that has been squeezed to a point where no further
> squeezing will remove water
> #2 refers to peat is peat that has been dried additionally by placing on
> newspaper for several hours
> #1 refers to peat that has been dried to almost completely dry but still
> contains some moisture.
> Lee Harper
> Media, PA
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