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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by SECyclone, Jun 24, 2019.
No one Brexit's harder than the US.
Yup, still cleaning up WW1 bombs in Verdun.
Didn't do a one-call to locate the line.
Won't generally recommend aerating deep into the C horizon.
i let alot of stuff go on this website but enuff is enuff. its called soil. be better
Not to be judgmental, but is that really the crew and how they are equipped to investigate near century old munitions?
It's a British/European thing. The Brits use the term "corn" to mean "grain" not "maize".
I was conducting a search in the PNW a few years back. Ran across a individual who just got his PhD in Biology from Oregon St. For his thesis, he and a professor found a microbe that will basically eat dynamite.
He said there is a catalog of thousand of un-exploded dynamite bundles in mines throughout the Western US. This basically renders a site unusable unless it can be removed or re-mediated.
That's a European term of any "corn producing (kernel)" crop. Must be link out there.