What causes “shelling” in pine?

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Shelling in wood, which is a separation between growth ring layers, can be caused by pounding. Q: I have a defect that we see from time to time in our white pine and even more in red pine. Photo included. What is it caused by?A: This defect is sometimes called shelling and sometimes raised grain. It…

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