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Got some lengths in the back of the shed from 2 yrs ago.  But cant remember what we cut down.  My concern it has a mass of fibrous coir around it and doesnt look great.  We use most of it for ourselves.  Can someone guess at what it could be and whether I can ditch it if its not a good wood.  We do tend to chip most rubbish but this could be good?  If someone can guess then I can check with some books/net.  Thanks

 

 

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On 14/09/2017 at 10:42, chasingmytail said:

Got some lengths in the back of the shed from 2 yrs ago.  But cant remember what we cut down.  My concern it has a mass of fibrous coir around it and doesnt look great.  We use most of it for ourselves.  Can someone guess at what it could be and whether I can ditch it if its not a good wood.  We do tend to chip most rubbish but this could be good?  If someone can guess then I can check with some books/net.  Thanks

 

 

 

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