We burn wood in a wood stove and we are wondering if it is healthy to dump the ashes on our garden in the fall and winter?
This is great news. I don't have a WBFP that gets used a lot, but I do have a grill that seems to run 2-3 days a week almost year round. I need something to do with the ashes and I've got a nice lawn.huskie wrote:Spread in the lawn is the best place.....most grass love a high alkaline soil and wood ash will promote that. I have had very good success with that.
But ash spread in your vegy garden works good too.....my tomato garden has tons of ash in it and has always done well.
1. No starter fluid. Ever. Chimney starter.builder0101 wrote:If you use starter fluid or pre soaked birquettes you may want tolook into that one. Are you sure there is no residual chems present in the ashes?
Here it is. Looks like it's mostly natural. And the stuff that's not is in very small quantities.builder0101 wrote:Let us know what you find out.