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I'm new to this forum and growing trees in general and I could do with some advice. I have three fields and I want to become self sufficient for firewood for heating/hotwater/cooking in a woodburner w water jacket and rayburn. I have planted one of the fields with mixed willow and the other half in black locust which I grew from seed from ebay (no idea what variety). I have now become aware that the speed of growth depends on the variety and that there are some even faster growing hybrids out there. I would now like to plant another 2 acres of Black Locust but with e fast growing hybrid. I saw this page that refers to a study of different varieties/hybrids and I am now trying to find the "Tulln 81-62" variety that apparently can only be propagated from suckers. Here is the link to the research: Black locust | waldwissen.net Although thorns are a big issue with these trees, I can't find anything that matches the stats for these trees in terms of energy per square metre per year. Any idea how I might track this hybrid down? Is anybody growing this hybrid over here? Thanks everyone.
Hello chaps. Hope this is in the right place... Looking to get a woodburning stove. I've had a couple of people come round to look at lining chimney. Both guys were saying different things about flue diameter. Am I right in thinking the diameter of the stove flue outlet and kw output of stove dictates the diameter of chimney lining? Do they need to insulate the chimney liner in chimney itself? (I'll be burning wood, possibly with a bit of coal sometimes) The living room is - H - 9' L - 20' W - 15' What sort of kw output would I need for a room that size? Thank you!
hi everyone, could any one give me advice on the best way to burn wood chip please? at the moment i am tipping on a farmers field but he wants me to burn as much as the wood chip as i can, or am i just waisting my time trying? any advice would be good thanks