I just took my squirrel dog for a walk and there are a lot of large green ones on the ground. They were falling as we walked along.
I would like to get a few of the white oak acorns to plant. We have very few of them around here and if I live to be 120 years old then I should see them produce.
I planted saw tooth oak seedlings in the spring and they seem to be doing good. I have been mixing Epsom Salt with water and feeding them that. They seem to like it.
Here in crawford county the brown oaks are dropping now, but I know of some white oaks that are so laden that the branches wanna touch the ground. I am hoping they start soon as I have 5 cameras over them. I am sure that they will still be dropping at the end of the month.
We have an above-average crop here at my place in Venango County. Great to see some acorns on the white oaks (for a change). The deer had great feed this summer due to good rainfall, and should get an additional boost from the acorns as they head into winter.