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02-20-2013 06:14:14

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Plese pardon the correction. Hardener contains isocyaNATES. I don't believe it is cyanide, which will kill a person pretty quick--I have not studied the MSDS.

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Stephen Newell

02-20-2013 14:01:46

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 Re: urethane paint in reply to CNKS, 02-20-2013 06:14:14  
Sorry, I didn't look up the correct spelling. I think the stuff is just as bad as cyanide though.

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02-20-2013 15:04:29

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 Re: urethane paint in reply to Stephen Newell, 02-20-2013 14:01:46  
I think I used some form of cyanide to kill ground squirrels that were eating sunflower and sorghum seed in my plots after planting in the 90's. I was careful to hold it downwind and wore a mask most of the time. I would drop a pill in in the hole and cover with my foot. It helped but I couldn't get them all.

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02-20-2013 17:10:35

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 Re: urethane paint in reply to CNKS, 02-20-2013 15:04:29  
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It wouldn't work in your plots, but when I worked in ag retail we would use anhydrous ammonia. If we had to change a valve or aything like that we had to drain them down to no pressure. That was a good way to utilize the otherwise wasted product.

Just got back from giving a presentation on in season testing. I went over PPNT, PSNT, Tissue testing, and SCN testing. Fun times! Any ideas on research I should do on soil sampling and getting quality results?

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02-20-2013 18:11:58

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 Re: urethane paint in reply to sflem849, 02-20-2013 17:10:35  
The commercial companies are ok for the most part. Sounds like you already know how to soil sample. Tissue testing is more complicated, something I have not done. Also the abbreviations PPNT, PSNT and SCN I am not familiar with. Been retired since 2001, your answer may or may not register in my head -- Who do you work for? I was a research agronomist for Kansas State University for 29 years at Garden City, KS. Tractor hobby is a return to my early years to keep me from becoming nuts.

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