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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 09-04-2012, 06:16 AM Thread Starter
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How is the Acorn crop looking this year Naples had NOTHING last year hoping to see a great crop this year
I wasn't going to go this year due to lack of funds but the wife wants some peace that week so I think I need to tick her off more often

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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 09-04-2012, 09:40 AM
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There is White and Red Oaks all over the place here but I haven't been out to looksey.
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thanks we had zero here in NH & iwhere we hunt in NY
This year everywhere here was hoping for the same there

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Lots of them Dep but alot are on the ground already,no apples whatsoever tho
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Spiker Apples are spotty here too Orchard down the road from me is loaded my trees have nothing 4 trees & I think I have about a total of 5 apples it was funny mine blossomed end of march but got a freeze at my house 1 mile down the road they were fine

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I don't have any reports from PA yet on acorns, my guess with the lean rains all summer the crop will pretty weak. I'll have a report by this weekend.
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have to agree HM (with the weather) good acorn crop here but like elswhere they are mostly on the ground already poss due to the lack of rain

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I'm hoping that's not the case, with a bad winter the deer could be in trouble.
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Dep&Hm thats my thoughts also and i think the lack of rain had them drop early too.Ive never noticed them on the ground this early,hope some hang on to October.The apples took a beating with the early warmth and then the hard freeze.Good luck in Naples Dep.
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Acorn Drop

I have a white oak and pin oak in my yard.We're in southern PA.The white oak is dumping acorns.I thought we had enough rain,although we did have a dry spell for a couple weeks.
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