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Wood for burning
Tue 30-Aug-11
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Glen
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http://www.mountainfirewoodkilns.com/firewood_ratings.pdf   This link has scientific ratings of the burning qualities and calorific values of various woods (it even rates the aroma). It's American so has some species we do not have here, but quite a few that we do have.

 

Meus terra erro est frigus

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Very useful to know, thanks for that Glen.

I find that aromas always remind me of different places, like Sycamore reminds me of a gite in France and silver birch reminds me of my Godmother's up in the Lakes. cheers

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