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Hi There, I recently acquired a Scandinavian burner as a lockdown restoration project and I’ve been trawling the web looking for some info on the manufacturer, which is Bjorn or Biorn, but I can’t seem to find anything of much help, other than some images of a few Bjorn burners previously for sale. I’ve garnered from these posts that the burner was produced in Norway and that they are supposedly “very old” and “rare”, but wondered if any of you knowledgeable peeps know anything about the makers or the models they produced? I’m not really bothered about it’s value as I only picked it up to keep me occupied during my Covid house arrest, but it would be nice to have a bit of history. Any help would be gratefully received! I’ve attached a few pics of the stove which is in the process of being cleaned up, if it helps! Cheers!
Hello, Not sure if I'm adding this to the right place. I am about to get my first wood burner installed this month and I am looking to get some good quality seasoned hard wood, locally. Preferably delivered. Does anyone know anywhere/anyone local to the Bury St Edmunds area? And possibly a rough price? Thanks for your help, sorry if this has already been asked (I did search) or if I'm posting in the wrong place.
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.