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SirTonka

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#1 posted 11-17-2013 05:59 AM

I would like to see a picture if you get a chance, interesting chinaberry dries light. the fresh cut has some vivid red and tan growth rings. When looking up info on the wood, apparently the plant can cause nerve damage so no idea if any leeching would be high enough to avoid using as a food grade wood. Also read the seeds were often used for beads in a rosary. Collecting a bucket full of the seeds for future bead supply.


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