Bet neighbors will kill this one second week of November.
First one of these I've ever gotten on my food plot. Have seen a few hens. Opening up the think understory with burns is making a difference....
Concordia Oaks have acorns!
My DCO seedlings from the tree in my yard as of yesterday---6/21/19. I've pulled the acorns off the roots so maybe that will keep chipmunks out...
Or, "jump" a stump.
If they fill out and mature I’ll give you some.
Well aware of that. However, the terrain is indeed the same.
Can't remember. six or 7 years old. Letemgrow sent them to me as seedlings.
LOLOLOL. I know that ain't so. I've spent a TON of time in South Dakota and Nebraska.
North Dakota is the only state other than Oregon and Washington that I haven't been to in the lower 48. Need an excuse to come up there.
Awesome. I have about 12 I got from my trees last year that are coming up and doing great. I also noticed at the farm Saturday that my Concordia...
Same way here, but for some reason, I still have to do it. Like an instinct or something???
^^^THIS^^^^. This is how I got to sawtooths that I have producing their first acorns in 4 to 5 years AND some dropping as late as November.
It's not all deer stuff. I have 8 bluebird houses on the place--one at every major foodplot. They are starting their second clutches now.
Time for apple crisp!!!!
We had a lot of really hot temps in late May and a long period without rain, but the other 15 or so in that grove look fine. I lost one this...
Wayne, check out this four year old chestnut from nuts you sent me. Any idea what the damage is caused by. Looks like friggin' fire blight.
The burn I did back in late May is looking really good.
This is plant I love that is scattered around the place. Easy to find this time of year with the blooms. Prickly pear.
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