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Cheery Wood

jbee-smokin

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Got a question. Is there a difference between Cherry wood from a Cherry wood fruit bearing tree, and Cherry wood from A flowering Cherry wood tree in use for smoking? The reason I ask is I have a piece of property that has a Cherry tree on it that does not bear fruit. I want to cut the tree down, and wanted to know if the wood is the kind called for in use for smoking? Thanks for any information.
JB
 

short one

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JBee, the reason the tree doesn't put on fruit, is it is not a self pollanator(sp.) It needs another tree close so it will pollinate with the other tree. As far as the wood goes, go for it. Cherry wood is cherry wood.
 

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