Question by  ProTech2000 (10)

Does wood from a grapefruit tree make good firewood?


Answer by  PooBear (341)

No, grapefruit wood does not make good firewood for a stove or fireplace. It leaves a sticky residue on your chimney that is very hard to remove and is very flamable.


Answer by  Anonymous

Grapefruit is a mild wood that produces a good, smoky flavor. A good wood for any meat.


Answer by  pradhaprajgmailcom (1518)

The wood will be good for fuel purpose.You have to keep them in a place where they will not get wet.Be sure that the wood are used immediately.They will burnt out soon,so you may need lot foe useage.It is not good for cooking for a larges gatherings.


Answer by  mogili (48)

Generally, grapefruit is used for other than firewood purposes. Mostly, it is converted into molasses. Very few use grapefruit tree for firewood. The old grapefruit trees can be preserved for their wood. Primarily, cut grapefruit trees and branches are used for firewood. Yes, the wood of old grapefruit trees does make good firewood.


Answer by  ilango (226)

yes. the wood from a grapefruit tree make good firewood. It gives amild smoky flavour.It is used barbecue. This wood is described as one of the best firwood.the pruned branches of grapefruit and felled trees are cut up for firewood. like citrus fruits wood this wood gives nice flavour and good for beef.


Answer by  Sekiryu (47)

No, it doesn't. It a bad firewood for people use in their life. I think the wood from great adn oil tree make good firewood than grapefruit tree. It's my opinion.

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