I have also noticed the splits are starting to split on the the ends is that a indication of the moisture content?
Just wondering what is the proper way to use my moisture meter, do i use it on a fresh split peice of wood on the split side or use it on the side...
Just wondering if burning e-w is harder than n-s? Why i ask is becaause ive switched to burning e-w cause ive started burning some different wood...
what temps do i have to maintain to keep the secondaries burning?
On another note with out starting another thread should i not see any black buildup on my glass or is it normal to see just a lil build up in just...
Just wondering what evreybodys method is of doing a correct overnight burn? Im trying to get longer burn times and what im wondering is do i allow...
Dose popal tend to be a lighter wood than say birch and maple?
Hey im looking for some pictures of wood that can be found in easteren canada namely New Brunswick where abouts can i find these?
The load of wood im looking at it 1/3 white birch 1/3 maple and 1/3 poplar, for 150 a cord cut and split.
This wood would be used for the next two years not this year.
3 months since its been cut and split
If the white birch had to sit for 2 yrs before i used all of it?
How long can white birch season?
Just wondering if this wood is any good to burn with? Ive got a line on some and want to check first before i buy it thx.
When i get the wood cut split and stacked do i cover the wood? dose it need to be stacked in a spot that gets lots of sun/wind? If i had to cover it...
Just as the title says what is the best firewood to burn and wat is the best way to season? Will be looking at getting my wood for next year soon...
when you reach those temps is that when you start to scale back on the air flow settings? a lil bit at a time?
thx for the awesome video will deffinetley try that next time i actually learnt alot from that video.
I understand all of those terms except for top down burns, what does it do and how do i go about doing it?
Do you cut your wood short enough to criss cross the wood so you are able to stock it up more with out smothering the fire out?
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