Safe wood preservative treatment for raised vegetable beds

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    Ain't that the truth!
     
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    There are some things that seem so obvious to me,
    and others I miss completely.
    Caring for my body, to the best of my ability,
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    seems like a no-brainer.
     
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    I wonder if some of these solutions might be of some help to the more concerned people.

    Bob
     
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    I have heard that low-grade nuclear waste is available both readily and cheaply. Of course it could not form the sides of a box, but you could make berms of it, and four berms could create a raised bed inside. Just like a tailings pond, only a but less liquid. I do not myself have adequate space, but I invite those who find the idea attractive to give it a shot and let us know the results. My sources say that the farmers around Chernobyl are getting record yields...
     
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