Rowan trees with fire blight

I have two medium sized rowan trees that have died from fire blight. I can cut them down myself and use the logs for my wood burning stove. But is it OK to do this or should the wood be disposed of some other way?

Asked by Ian on 18th Jul 2023
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"Yes in fact they are better burnt as it is very contagious insects and birds rain and wind can spread it best to burn it safely hope this helped"
Answered on 18th Jul 2023 - Member since Jan 2023 - report
"Yes that will be fine to use for fire one the wood has dried out"
Answered on 4th Aug 2023 - Member since Aug 2023 - report
"It is Absolutely fine to use ad fire wood once they have dried out"
Answered on 16th Oct 2023 - Member since Jul 2023 - report
"you can use it for logs if you want why not?
they will burn better if you let the logs dry for a few months first."
Answered on 27th Feb 2024 - Member since Feb 2024 - report
"It will be fine to burn the logs from the tree, and you can just dispose the brash of the tree."
Answered on 30th Jan 2024 - Member since Jan 2023 - report
"Rowan A good firewood that burns hot and slow. Needs to be dry/seasoned."
Answered on 8th Nov 2023 - Member since Jul 2023 - report
"No it's ok to do this with the trees I would if they were my trees definitely"
Answered on 13th Aug 2023 - Member since Aug 2023 - report
"Plant pathogens can sometimes enter through broken skin or respiratory tract. I woild t risk it myself."
Answered on 18th Jul 2023 - Member since Jul 2023 - report
"It should be fine long as you give it enough time to dry out"
Answered on 18th Jul 2023 - Member since Jul 2022 - report
"You should be fine burning it in a stove,, I’d remove the infected trees from the garden as fire blight is highly infectious and destructive"
Answered on 29th Jan 2024 - Member since Jan 2024 - report
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