Is sweet gum tree good for firewood?
Yes, gets a nice blaze, as long as it is properly seasoned.
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You make gum out of it
The sweet gum tree blooms in the spring time. Its bloom colors aregreen and yellow. This tree can grow to a height that is between 50to 75 feet.
Unless you have no choice, palm tree has lots of creosote and hard to burn, generates more smoke.We use it for stove cooking in the tropics and smoke hurts my eyes
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Is_pepper_tree_a_good_firewood . Californa Pepper (schinus molle), is a soft, fast burning wood. Seasoned, with average or dry moisture content it i…s a "smokey" wood not suited for burning in a fireplace or wood stove.. It is however a fantastic wood for barbeque or smoking. Also the ripe red peppercorns must be free of leaves or stems and can be put into a small iron skillet mixed with a few hot coals to produce a very thick smoke inside your barbeue. Done right you will sear off grilling with brickettes!. xDSLdude
Yes, but in a fireplace be very careful, it is known for sparks popping.
The tree of heaven can be used as a firewood. However, this type ofwood burns very hot and fast. This wood also creates a lot of ashwhen burned.
Yes. It burns similar to hard maple. It is easy to cut and split, and grows right back before you know it. When dry and seasoned it burns hot, slow, and clean. The smoke doesn…'t smell very good so I like to mix in some maple and cherry lest I offend the neighbors.
no its a very moist wood bad for burning, also it gives off smoke bad for the environment
It is a Soft-Hardwood.
Found in the southern states like south of Connecticut on the coast.
No. Those round, woody spheres that you see falling off a sweet gum are a type of fruit called a capsule and are filled with seeds. Sweet gums are angiosperms and have flowers…, not cones.
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It depends, any wood is good for a fire, but it doesnt work well if it is recently cut. u have to allow it to dry so all water from the tree can evaporate. After that it works… nicely.
Most soft woods produce high leves of creosote when burned, as they do not burn as hot as hard woods. Conifers are soft, not very dense, and contain a lot of pitch. This can l…ead to chimney fires if one does not clean their chimney regularly. That being said, there are many people in the world who burn conifer, as it is what is available. As always when dealing with fire, if you take proper precautions, you should be fine.
Yes... sort of. That spiky wooden ball is the fruit, botanically speaking. It's obviously not a culinary fruit.
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For outdoor fires, yes.