There's no doubt about it, I'm going to be short of good wood this year. I've been working and getting next year's wood together. I've posted before about wood that's 2-3 years old that is apparently seasoned but still wet. Does creosote form because the fire temps are low, or because of burning green wood. Would I be ok burning this wet (35%) seasoned wood as long as I do it hotly? I just need to stretch my good stuff a little further. I don't want a bunch of creosote though. So I guess the question is.... Does creosote come from burning green wood or wet wood? And is it ok to mix a little wet wood in with my good dry stuff as long as it's seasoned?