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Default Question about wood chips

I'm wondering whether it's OK to cover the ground of a large fruit cage
with wood chips that are partly from tanalised wood. A lot of googling
hasn't produced a clear answer, mainly because older discussions date
from when tanalisation used arsenic as one of the components.
What's the opinion of those here?

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