SEASONING MIXED-OAK FUELWOOD.
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This paper examines the effect of weather exposure on the seasoning process of mixed-oak fuelwood. Black oak and white oak were cut into 18-inch length and one-inch thick disks were taken every third length for measuring original moisture content. Lengths were split if they were over five-inch diameter before stacking in racks two-feet wide by three-feet high. Storage racks had plywood sides to simulate a continuous stack and were weighed monthly. Apparent percent moisture was calculated assuming that all weight changes resulted from moisture loss.
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Journal of Forestry
McKiel, Charles G., and Thomas P. Husband. "SEASONING MIXED-OAK FUELWOOD.." Journal of Forestry 84, 7 (1986). https://digitalcommons.uri.edu/nrs_facpubs/484