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First try at a Tamo net

PostPosted: Fri Feb 23, 2018 6:58 pm
by mattho
Found this forum a few weeks ago and made me want to try making my own Tamo net. After some review of what others had posted, I decided to try making 2 at the same time in order to hopefully come out with one that works. I'm pretty bad at identifying trees and plants but I believe the tree I got them from was a juvenile white or green ash tree (wouldn't have cut them off but my landlord wanted to get rid of the tree anyway).

As I understand it these will need to dry for at least three months give or take for humidity. I also wondered if anybody had used a wood drying kiln to expedite the process?

Any tips would be appreciated! Thanks in advance!