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The hulls are loaded into the manure spreader and then broadcast on near by fields. The hulled walnuts are shipped (guessing) about 200 miles to the processing facility. It is probably not profitable to save the hulls and ship to a processing location to make stain. Actually, I don't know how they make walnut stain - something for me to look up.Yogie wrote:Eugene, are the leftovers saved after hulling to make stain and such ?
http://www.extension.umn.edu/yardandgarden/ygbriefs/h407blkwal-tox.htmlbear10 wrote:I was under the impression that walnut hulls were toxic, meaning it would kill all vegatation
Hopefully the statute of limitations has run out. The brother of an uncle by marriage used to set fish traps in the spring or when ever the rivers were rising.Dan England wrote:Also used at that time, although illegal, was putting fish traps in streams during spring of the year. Wings made of chicken wire would be run from the trap to each bank, forming a "V" which directed fish to the open mouth of the trap. Once in the trap, the fish could not escape.
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