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Erratic Staining in Ash logs

Started Jan 29 0 Replies

I bucked logs to 18 feet to load on trailer. Stains still prominate that far from but. ????? Thoughts.

Erratic Staining in Ash logs

Started this discussion. Last reply by Peter Smallidge Jan 20. 1 Reply

Any ideas as to why these stains occur in many of my ash? I have EAB pretty heavily but would assume stain would be near cambium.All 3 are 7" dia. at ground level. I have not bucked logs yet to see…Continue

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Erratic Staining in Ash logs

I bucked logs to 18 feet to load on trailer. Stains still prominate that far from but. ????? Thoughts.
Jan 29
Peter Smallidge replied to Greg Lessord's discussion Erratic Staining in Ash logs
"Hi Greg: Great question.  There are lots of folks here with sawmill and woodlot experience.  I hope they join the discussion. My guess…all the stain shows an abrupt edge on the outside of the discoloration. This would be consistent…"
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Erratic Staining in Ash logs

Any ideas as to why these stains occur in many of my ash? I have EAB pretty heavily but would assume stain would be near cambium.All 3 are 7" dia. at ground level. I have not bucked logs yet to see how far up they will continue.
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How many acres of woodland do you own or annually manage?
New York 153/ 64 Monroe, 89 Lewis ctys.
Please describe, with two or three sentences, why you are interested in woodlot ecology and management. Your answer helps us ensure that only those people truly interested in woodlots are added as members.
Creating, maintaining wildlife habitat, heat home and cabin with wood, control invasives, enjoying hunting, hiking, watching wildlife. Helping maintain clean water and air.Completed MFO training in Sept.2016

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