At What Temperature Does Wood Ignite?

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If the wood ignites spontaneously, it is most likely because the temperature has reached a staggering 662 degrees Fahrenheit. Under other circumstances, the wood can burn at a lower temperature. Though, most often the wood have to be exposed to the warmer temperature for hours at a time to ignite.
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