There are a lot of folks here better qualified to answer this than I am. But my tuppence is that turning green wood is an invitation for the wood to crack. Most turners of green wood will turn a bit, then wrap the piece in something to slow the drying process, let the piece rest a while then come back and finish. The wrap will vary with the turner from plastic bags to brown paper to old towels. The period of rest will vary from hours to weeks. Some will finish, some will only rough turn, wrap and store the item for a period of time. Again, that varies with the turner, wood, climate, etc. from days to years. I suggest you get a book and/or join a turning club to get a proper tutorial on green wood turning and develop your own forumla for insanity. Good luck.
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