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How Much Ashes Is To Much For The Garden?


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#16 HydroHarold OFFLINE  

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Posted January 23, 2013 - 12:28 AM

same goes with pallet wood, or lumber that has been treated with insecticides, or pressure treated for rot resistance.

 

Nobody should be burning that stuff around any populated areas anyway and worst of all for heating purposes.  Of course there's no reason not to burn petroleum laden wax logs day and night...  ask my nextdoor neighbor... if you can get him between highs.  I hate SW winds in the winter!


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Posted January 23, 2013 - 12:30 AM

Nobody should be burning that stuff around any populated areas anyway and worst of all for heating purposes.  Of course there's no reason not to burn petroleum laden wax logs day and night...  ask my nextdoor neighbor... if you can get him between highs.  I hate SW winds in the winter!

 

Dude! Look at those colors comin' out of that chimney!

 

Pass the Doritos......


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