Does Cedar Wood Rot?

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Yes, cedar wood can rot. However, it is rot resistant so it lasts longer than other types of wood before it rots. Cedar can also be treated with a sealant to extend the life span of the wood.
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Green wood contains more resin, or sap, than seasoned wood does, so it's more apt to spark and pop. It also contains a lot more water, which means it doesn't produce as much heat
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Wood usually rots because moisture in the wood promotes growth of mold, which breaks down the
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They don't call it "incense cedar" for nuthin' It SMELLS great!
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If you aren't going to use treated posts go with the Red Cedar. It has more tannic acid, which is a natural preservative, than White Cedar.
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