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Discussion in 'Home Power and Microgeneration' started by mab010, Nov 23, 2005.

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  1. mab010

    mab010 Guest

    i live in kansas what is the best wood to burn
     
  2. Steve Spence

    Steve Spence Guest

    Whatever you can get at a reasonable price. I get a variety of maple,
    poplar, and pine. Pine is the worst, but it's free.
     
  3. Nick Hull

    Nick Hull Guest

    try corn cobs
     
  4. mab010

    mab010 Guest

    CANYOU BURN THEM IN A WOOD STOVE?

     
  5. Try some. I rather doubt it. I have a corn boil every year, and some years
    the fire pit still has cobs in it left over from the previous year, despite
    many intermediate fires. They need to get up to a very high temperature to
    burn whole - I expect they burn much better if diced up to the size of the
    pellets used in pellet stoves.
     
  6. JoeSP

    JoeSP Guest

    Old pallets are often free, easy to chop with ax, and good source of nails
    afterwards is by-product.
     
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