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Hello,

 

I was hoping someone might be able to identify this tree please, I have a wee wood burner and the chance of a trailer load (windfall) but don't know if its any good for burning. It's quite heavy and seems like it would be okay once seasoned but I'm no expert!

 

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Thanks,

Cris

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Take the trailer load of wood , dry it out and burn it . What ever it is is free and any dry wood will burn . You don't have to stick to just hardwoods in stoves .

Lots of people turn their nose up at willow ! I burn loads of it . Burns quicker , but gives off wonderful heat .

So , as long as its dry , it will burn :-)

 

Mark

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Take the trailer load of wood , dry it out and burn it . What ever it is is free and any dry wood will burn . You don't have to stick to just hardwoods in stoves .

Lots of people turn their nose up at willow ! I burn loads of it . Burns quicker , but gives off wonderful heat .

So , as long as its dry , it will burn :-)

 

Mark

 

 

Agreed, I also burn quite a bit of willow at home.

 

A

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Well said Sniffy! If it wood and its dry it will burn. As I say to firewood scroungers when they sniff their noise up at FREE soft wood.. Free wood is good burning wood!!

 

If you want the hard go buy it! You don't walk into tesco and say can I have some free Petrol please, any going spare that you want rid of??

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