Mark Deichmann wrote:I see alot of comments that creosote is a problem and dangerous... The problem is alot of people are so cheap on wood they try to heat with a "smolder fire" and get by with one stick a day or some such foolishness... I Know people who use this method and when they open the stove door the creosote is dripping down. Regardless of wood species, its the method of stove use.
Mark Deichmann wrote:It takes ash about 15 -20 years to reach a diameter of 4 inches at chest height. Keeping in mind that where you cut one tree you get 3-6 on average back. Its long term at best but a nice tree to manage and nice to look at too.
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