Originally Posted by 1MoreFord
IMO 6 months of seasoning usually makes for un-seasoned wood. It won't smoke like fresh cut wood and it won't burn like seasoned wood. AKA the worst of both scenarios. YMMV
I guess that in my mind, "green" wood is in the fresh cut to 3 or 4 months. Depending on the size of the splits and the species of wood, 6 months and out could be pretty decent to smoke with if there's a good enough bed of coals.
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