hybrid willow or austrees??

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  1. treesrrgreat

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    How is this stuff to burn?
    Seems to be very light weight. Anyone have any experience with this wood for burning it?
    Thanks.
     

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    I honestly think willow is not worth burning. Maybe on very warm days when you just need a degree or two, or want to dry the air a little.
     
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    very low on the btu scale but some wood better than no wood!
     
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    We just leave all of the willow in the woods to rot. Pretty sappy stuff too.
     
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