vtham t1_iwwmmvz wrote

Unfortunately, July and August are when you get most of the drying done. A month at this time of year is minimally effective at best. You may have to buy some kiln dried wood, which will burn like a torch. Mix that with what you have and you should be okay. What you don’t want is to try to heat your house with wet wood when subzero temps arrive. The stove will never get hot enough.