Discussion in 'Firewood, Heating and Wood Burning Equipment' started by NDtreehugger, Jul 16, 2013.
I have 4 cords plus over 100 more Russian Olive trees to cut for firewood.
Let me Google that for you...
Slightly better than elm at 23 seems a good number.
Wow - that's a lot of Russian olive. How's it split? I've never burned it, but it's some very dense wood.
It splits almost like Ash
Is that what you put in Stolichnay?
Shaken or stirred??
heats ok, not the most pleasant sent outside though.
I think this would be stirred not shaken.
You’re absolutely right; we should use Google for everything and forget about personal experiences from good people on a wood cutting community forum.
BTU value is about the same for all hard wood when equal weight of dry
is burned. Some of the heaviest green wood is among the lightest when dry.
Am I sensing a little sarcasm in this, or are you being sincere? Perhaps there's a ill: you could take for that...
Not sure what part of the response seems to have bothered you. From my perspective, I offered both an answer and a link to more information, if you wanted it. The answer I provided actually did come from good people on a wood cutting community forum, albeit a different one than this perhaps. It was one of the hits returned to the Google search.
Why so touchy to what was in essence a sincere response to your question?
Too bad it offended you as that wasn't the intent. Better luck next time to us both, I guess.
Best to you! :msp_thumbup:
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