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Re: Burning

Post by nolegrad04 » Fri Mar 01, 2013 1:57 pm

A burn is a magnet for turkeys.

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Re: Burning

Post by tomtriage » Sun Feb 09, 2014 10:51 pm

mainly you want a non windy non cloudy conditions and good humidity . a cloudy day will not be good for smoke dispersion because it hold the smoke and doesnt allow it to have a high upright dispersal. generally you want a good wind to back burn your fire for a while to create an extended break by your already cut firebreaks,then throw a head fire( fire with wind to its back and fuel (levaes in litter ) in the direction of what you want to burn.
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