Worms in butternut
I hope someone can help me here. I purchased a bunch of butternut wood and when I milled it, I discovered some boards have wormholes in them. Now I know some folks would love this to make rustic builds but my problem is more serious then that. After milling, I set the pieces aside for a few weeks and when I moved them, I found sawdust between those boards. The worms are still active..
So how do I get rid of them? I haven't seen the so I don't know if they are wolly worms or not. I removed the wood and they are now baking in the hot sun. Help please!
Its' never hot or cold in New Hampshire... its' always seasonal.