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Thanks for the great info Andy! I think many of us are a little envious of the river bottom land you have and the great hardwoods you have access to. August 10, at 6: So if you remove the bark you have fewer ashes to clean out.
I was wondering if anybody knows if this is true? I got a load of osage orange once and while it burned great, lots of coals, it also seemed to produce a lot of ashes. August 14, at I just cut down I believe it is sumac? I live in Mn and it smells just like fresh cut oak.
September 13, at 7: I think I saw on another btu chart that poplar is Be sure to let it season before burning to know how it should truly burn. Funny Story, I had a friend that cut a storm fallen red oak. A week later he tried to burn it and told me to never burn oakbecause it burned terrible and smoked bad.
True story MIke G says: September 16, at 3: Cottonwood we refer it as Waterwood is worthless. By time it is dry, there is nothing left. Being a transplant from So. Stay Warm, Mike Someone asked about Avacado. I live in eastern us, southern ny area anyone know if red pine has lot of pitch.
October 14, at 6: October 22, at 8: Too far north for pecan here. There is nothing wrong with burning well seasoned softwoods, but care should be taken not to over fire with ones that tend to burn fast and hot. I use a LOT of hemlock because I have 10 acres of hemlock woods and trees come down in storms and have to be cleaned up.
It is a decent fuel, but very heavy when green and very light when dry.
It throws sparks so only should be used in stoves that can be closed. The answer for me was a wood splitter, which does a nice job with it and the hardwoods I also use.
Well seasoned softwoods, including the pines, firs and spruces can be burned for heat. Hemlock has the strange property of the trunk being soft, but the branches, especially the knots where they meet the trunk are very hard, so bucking the trunk requires planning.
Hemlock that is stacked in a single stack with plenty of air and sun can be ready to burn in one summer.
Hardwoods, ideally should be two years old, but one year is a minimum in the northeast. Maybe less in some places with more sun and less humidity, but still they take a long time.
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