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« on: June 03, 2009, 08:32:02 pm »
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This is the worst patch of soil I've ever detected in for the past 12+ years. My 2 box never stopped sounding, even at minimum sens.

Detector used: Discovery TF900
Soil samples taken at 2', 4', 8', 12' and 18' (feet, not inches)depths. Colluvium till 16', and hard-packed clay onwards. No hot rocks found.
Analysis of samples done using Lamotte soil test kit with fresh reagents. All samples were at the extreme ends of the Colorimetric scales for Fe and Al.

Maybe I should start an iron ore stripmine. Your comments are appreciated.


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