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I will take a WAG, and say White Oak.
I personally would not attempt a solar kiln for fear of too much mold.
But I always thought using black plastic would create more heat to speedup...
I don't think so.
If I had that problem, I would simply spray a mix of water and bleach.
Top cover only and let it dry.
Before wild Honey Bees became scarce I would see them swarming fresh cut stumps.
Also from time to time Humming birds.
More Product's from your wood lot.
It is just the sap crystalized. If you are bold taste it,should taste like maple sugar.
But with a birch flavor
Many people tap Black Birch to...
I see Maple and one piece of Black Birch.
When I look at the picture I don't see the straight grain that is usually found with
Ash and Red OAK. The reason they are so easy to split
So I am...
It is not Sugar Maple. It does look like Norway Maple.
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What was your actual yield?
Some box elder can have quite a bit of value.
At 20"DBH I would surely check it out....
Only NY would a state try to pit home owners against each other.
Put a free ad in craigslist problem solved.
It looks like a yard tree full of hardware.
Not worth 50 mile round trip even if free.
In a worst case scenario, I would close bedroom doors and sleep
in the stove room.
But leave bathroom and kitchen doors open.
Having to deal with some level of hardware in every log doesn't sound
cheap to me.
I need the ground to freeze, snow just insulates.
With average snowfall of 83" my thumb is rarely itchy.
This year is crazy....
Looks like some sort of hardware stain.
I find that when Hickory is left too long, it starts to degrade.
Especially when left out without cover, plus the ravages of the Powder Beetle.
I personally would stack it two twelve foot rows spaced at leased six inches apart.
On pallets facing east and west.
You might want to protect the sheetrock wall.
I would suggest cheap luan or plywood.
Been there done that.
Looks like Elm to me.
No,looks like tree of heaven. AKA. Ailanthus Altissma,
not very good fire wood.
Not sure but it might be better than Cottonwood/Poplar/Aspen.
Once again I see a Milk Snake.
Looks like a Milk Snake.
That is Black Cherry.