Burning last winter's seasoned 4-6 inch Live Oak and Pecan
Burning last winter's seasoned 4"-6" Live Oak and Pecan that was green last winter is below the 8" dia. wood that I will split once or more.
1. If the wood does not have checking/natural splitting cracks and does not sizzle or show signs of steam/moisture it should be seasoned enough to burn, Correct?
2. I feel it's the variety of wood vs not getting enough TX sun and heat. Plus, pecan checks very little with years.
3. I'll hope to avoid another messy chimney cleaning by burning seasoned wood or 2" on a very hot fire for coals.
4. Am I trying to get heat from wood too small when I burn the 2" green vs leaving it as brush?
Thanks for any info in advance. loger