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  1. Sheet Mesh Wood Piles

    Pulled a windblown tree out of a marsh with my little tirfors recently, guy wanted it crosscut and stacked and this is what I came up with. We bought three 8x4 panels for €75 total, and made an open box, 8' wide and 4' tall. This was going to be far too big, so we cut the panels down to make two smaller boxes. I put several wire stays in as I filled them, to stop the bulging. On reflection, I might have been better to bend the panels onto a circle, more volume per panel. Handy things, never rust, light to move around, stores flat, zip-tied together they easily modified.
  2. Fungus & Fire

    A long time ago, while burning brash in a field that was to be planted with Christmas trees I remember my old boss telling us that there is some sort of fungus that can develop around the site of a fire and cause conifers to die, particularly young conifers. I seem to remember this being described when I was at college too. I can't remember the name of the fungus though. I've Googled various combinations of, "Fungus, Fire & Conifers" and haven't had much joy. Anyone able to put a name to what I'm describing? Many thanks.
  3. We have a large stock of potato crates for sale. Made of pine planks, 7in x 1.5in in varying lengths. Suitable for firewood, shabby chic design etc. Images can be provided if requested. Dimensions:153cm x 119cm x 114cm 70kg in weight. Not standard size, but if using for firewood etc this would not matter. The crates have been used to store potatoes only. £20 inc VAT each, collection from North Norfolk. Delivery can be arranged depending on quantity required and cost calculations. Discounts considered if purchased in bulk. Please contact Christian at The Big Prawn Company on: Phone: 01263 860303 Email: chughff@bigprawn.com
  4. Hi, We are based in South Shropshire and have a volume of cut and split hardwood logs ready at the road side for collection. very low £ per m3. Cord wood also available. Please contact for more details.
  5. advice on burning woodchip

    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
  6. Does anyone know of a process that can convert your usual chippings into fire bricks? The reason I ask is I remember about 20 years ago the cub scouts used to sell fire bricks made from old newspaper which they mached and made into bricks. With so many chipping generated by so many of us it'd be ideal if we could pioneer a nationwide project with an institution such as scouts whereby they could use our chippings to make fire bricks. I know the fuel pellet product is well known and established now so why not make "the fire brick"? I'm tipping that the hardest part of the process (and probably the idea's downfall) will be in drying the chippings. Just throwing ideas out into the mix here to see if anything comes of it. Anything which promotes our by products as a useable resource has to be beneficial to all involved.

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