It was tested by the local agriculture dept in 2000 and found to be 7.4 in
the back yard. Just tested the same area again. It was somewhere between
The front yard checks out to be 5.2. Guess the aluminum hardline should be
used there - hi. Glad I used copper wire radials in the back yard.
From: Red [mailto:RedHaines@centurytel.net]
Sent: Tuesday, July 18, 2006 11:41 AM
To: N2TK, Tony; TowerTalk
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Ground wire impedance
It would be good to know the pH of the soil where the aluminum was.
Will you please report that?
73 de WOØW
N2TK, Tony wrote:
>Took 5 years here in up state NY for the aluminum shield on the buried
>hardline to become goo. It totally dissolved and left 2-3' open spaces with
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