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templar59

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Apr 1, 2007
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heard that non fruit bearing woods are good for smoking ( ie. bradford pear ,capital pear ) any thoughts or comments thanks
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7-20 update checked with master gardner at osu county ex their remarks were that the non fruit bearing would be fine
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lo and behold have come across motherlodes of trees from recent storms am stocking up like crazy
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on pecan and pear thanxz folks
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Ornamentals can be safely used for smoking. The only one I've ever used was an ornamental cherry variety. It seemed to have a little lighter taste than regular cherry, but I haven't used enough to really say for sure.
 
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