I was in Manhattan, KS this weekend and did a little walking around the Kansas State University campus and found the oak trees there are LOADED with acorns. Our property is composed of plenty of trash trees but the only oaks are bur oak. I collected a few acorns on my trip, but in a few weeks I could probably gather many hundreds of acorns from various species of native oaks. Has anyone else tried to direct seed acorns in high volume? I seem to recall somebody here broadcasting acorns as an attempt. Perhaps use my dibble bar and try to get some beneath the surface? Anything else? So far I have identified: chinkapin, white, swamp white, pin, northern red, black, overcup, and shumard (actually had a marker for the tree). I am looking to diversify our property and would like to take advantage of the opportunity.