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Posted on How to treat green wood?????

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#1 posted 08-03-2017 01:13 PM

It’s about 6 inches, I live in southern Maryland {pretty humid} and I can store it anywhere…attic to basement. So am I correct to understand, you are saying that fruit wood like this is prone to and would probably crack and check even if it was dry and I turned it afterwards???? Thanks for the reply and info!!!


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