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dan.neid

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Mar 25, 2015
6
Indiana
Any idea on this one? What leaves i saw were spade shaped and serrated edges. Lots of twig sprouts growing from bigger limbs. Very fragrant as well.

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PA. Woodsman

Minister of Fire
Feb 26, 2007
2,239
Emmaus, Pennsylvania
Looks like one of the Hickory trees to me, those rounds just LOOK heavy!! Should smell a little like manure. Great fuel wood!!
 
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CincyBurner

Minister of Fire
Mar 10, 2015
693
SW Ohio
+1 for hickory
Bark is right for bitternut hickory (Carya cordiformis).
Any buds still remaining ? Bitternut will have characteristic sulfur-yellow buds.
 

hickoryhoarder

Minister of Fire
Apr 5, 2013
726
Indiana
I'd say pignut or bitternut hickory. Bitternut is my first guess.
 
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mark cline

Minister of Fire
Dec 20, 2012
762
Cattaraugus, NY
Pignut
 
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