Mulberry firewood gets mixed reviews depending on who you talk to. Mulberry is a dense high BTU wood but it has a high water content when green and can take a long time to dry.
A lot of people say it makes excellent firewood but the key is to give it plenty of time to dry, up to two years. There are some who say it is not so good but they may not be letting it dry long enough. Make sure it is off the ground and well ventilated to help it dry, it likes holding onto its water.
Mulberry wood can spark a lot as it burns, so keep the wood stove and fireplace doors closed.
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