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Re: Seasons Fruit.

Postby Eugene » Fri Sep 15, 2017 9:35 am

Eugene wrote:Hazelnuts. My daughter, west central Iowa, sent me about 4 or 5 lbs of native hazelnuts, still in husks.

Going to spread the hazelnuts out on the ground in several locations on the acreage. Let the squirrels plant them.

I was going to plant them by hand, then had the squirrel thought when I saw the quantity.

The native hazelnuts are small compared to the commercial nuts in the grocery store. Taste good but not worth the effort to crack. The hazelnuts are for wildlife.
Edit. Currently picking up black walnuts for personal use.

Planted garlic about 5 weeks ago. Haven't sprouted yet. Dug one up, had roots.

Planted radish seed two days ago. Then watered the garlic, radish, and strawberries. Been 3 weeks since we have any rain.
I have an excuse. CRS.

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