Quantcast

Windblown laburnum and green as grass.

UKworkshop.co.uk

Help Support UKworkshop.co.uk:

CYNNYC

Member
Joined
12 Oct 2011
Messages
9
Reaction score
0
Location
Clackmannanshire
Hello all,
Another question to put to this venerable body of woody souls.
Is there any real danger from the toxins within the laburnum wood, Im not by the way thinking of eating it.
But can it be absorbed through the skin, inhalation problems, or must it be ingested.
Sorry to bother you all but can find precious little on the net.
Additionaly would it be worth turning this wood wet or better to split the large logs?
Thanks in advance.
CYNNYC
 
Top