Well seasoned....I doubt it

huauqui

Burning Hunk
Jan 14, 2015
183
Weeping Water, NE
Saw this picture on a FB marketplace ad that was titled "Well seasoned hardwood for sale." Not sure if this is his method for seasoning or a statement on what may be needed to finish the drying process prior to burning.

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begreen

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Staff member
Nov 18, 2005
87,067
South Puget Sound, WA
Well, it's seasoned. The ad doesn't say for how long. They never do.
 
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MoDoug

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Feb 3, 2018
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MoDoug

Minister of Fire
Feb 3, 2018
540
NE Missouri
Saw this picture on a FB marketplace ad that was titled "Well seasoned hardwood for sale." Not sure if this is his method for seasoning or a statement on what may be needed to finish the drying process prior to burning.

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hickoryhoarder

Minister of Fire
Apr 5, 2013
576
Indiana
Around me, that would be sold as "seasoned". They don't usually say well seasoned. "Seasoned" means it wasn't cut yesterday, usually has been stacked two to six months.