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Old 04-26-2013, 09:21 AM  
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I have to cut rather large green trees.Approx 30" diameter.After they are down, I have to cut into sections. Question: Approximately how long would it take for the sections to dry out. 70 to 100 degrees.


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Don't quote me but, I think 1 year is what is considered "seasoned" wood.
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