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Old 01-09-2015, 09:55 AM   #51
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Would someone tell me if I am doing this wrong? I don't have a light system or anything like that. Though, I wish I did. I am stratifying red oak acorns now. I plan on planting them in rootmaker cells and putting them near windows. When the leaves begin to show, I will move them outside in a protected area. How long should I leave them in the rootmaker cells? That is, I don't plan on putting them in the ground until next winter. Should I transplant them from the rootmaker cells to a one or three gallon bucket at any time before next winter? Do I need to harden them before transplanting? That is, should I get them used to the natural rain cycle as opposed to regular systematic watering?

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Old 01-11-2015, 05:35 PM   #52
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Anyone sucessful with bur oak acorns? I failed with all 6 I planted this year.
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Old 01-13-2015, 09:46 AM   #54
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Old 01-13-2015, 11:46 AM   #55
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Question: Can you speed up the sprouting process by getting the shell off and planting the core? That way you not waiting weeks for the shell to rot off under ground to get the germination going?
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Just think, if you live long enough you may get the opportunity to harvest a deer eating acorns under a tree that you planted. How cool would that be? I have 2 live oaks in my backyard that are approx 20ft tall and 17 inches around at the base that are from acorns started just like you guys are discussing here. I have planted a burr oak and a Mexican white oak that were about 2 years old and were started in pots but they didn't survive. I have transplanted a red oak that has a trunk about the size of a pencil and have my fingers crossed that it will survive.
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Old 01-13-2015, 08:08 PM   #57
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All the seedlings are taking off. Getting new sprouts daily. I planted some Bur Oak and Swamp White Oak today.
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Chinquapin Oak


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Old 01-13-2015, 08:12 PM   #58
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Question: Can you speed up the sprouting process by getting the shell off and planting the core? That way you not waiting weeks for the shell to rot off under ground to get the germination going?
I have never tried. Would be very tedious if you were planting very many.
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Old 01-13-2015, 08:14 PM   #59
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Can anyone Id these acornsAttachment 685532
Hard to tell without the leaf but looks like acorns from the Red Oak family which would need cold stratification. Looks similar to some Nuttall Oak acorns I have in the fridge.
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just bought some sawtooth acorns on ebay. i got some spare shop lights laying around. time to grow some trees
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Old 01-14-2015, 08:02 AM   #61
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East Tx.....can you help me with Bur Oaks? I'm hoping to get a bunch started this next fall when they are about to drop.
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Old 01-14-2015, 10:01 AM   #62
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My question is: Seeing that a burr oak acrons are so large with a hard outer shell, will deer still consume them?
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Old 01-14-2015, 10:29 AM   #63
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East Tx.....can you help me with Bur Oaks? I'm hoping to get a bunch started this next fall when they are about to drop.
It is a White Oak so it can be fall planted. This is my first year to try any Bur Oak acorns.
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Old 01-14-2015, 12:58 PM   #64
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I'm guessing a bur acorn in comparison to a much smaller acorn is like choosing between a little tiny piece of pizza or a much bigger piece of pizza lol
I'll go for the big piece any day and twice on Sunday. I have an endless supply of bur acorns I can gather....and I have a decent idea on how to get them to grow....I think. haha
How long do you leave them in moist peat moss in the fridge? Throughout winter?
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Old 01-16-2015, 11:57 AM   #65
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I have a three shelf grow light. I grew a ton of trees from seeds. I had two major problems. First, I did it in one of our unused bedrooms and the room had a swarm of fruit flies. Second, when put them in natural light, they all lost all of their leaves. I think they needed to slowly be put into natural light.

Good Luck.
How did you solve the fruit fly problem? I am beginning to see some.
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Old 01-16-2015, 12:17 PM   #66
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Really good thread, the info is great, gonna take a stab at it....
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Does anyone know where to get the heavy mil bags to cold statifi?
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Old 01-21-2015, 12:57 PM   #68
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I leave my acorns in the fridge until the root starts to come out of the shell.
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Old 01-21-2015, 01:05 PM   #69
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Here are some pics of the tree, bark and a leaf to go with the acorns I posted earlier. Does this help identify?
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Red oak. Also have heard them called chamorro read oak
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Old 01-21-2015, 02:26 PM   #71
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Here are some pics of the tree, bark and a leaf to go with the acorns I posted earlier. Does this help identify?
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Looks like a Nuttall Oak.
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Old 01-21-2015, 02:53 PM   #72
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http://<br /> http://bowsite.com/bo...ns/acorns.html
Good pictures.
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Old 02-01-2015, 04:07 PM   #73
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I planted one tray of Chinese Chestnuts and Wildlife Hybrid Chestnuts today. My Chinquapin Oaks are not doing very well but my White Oaks and Allegheny Chickapins are really growing.

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You pull off the Chestnuts, you are the man!
From what I have seen, they are hard to get going.
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Old 02-02-2015, 06:59 PM   #75
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I have a few Swamp White Oaks beginning to sprout.


I have one more light to set up and I will be done with the closet.
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My Chestnuts are beginning to sprout.



A few of the Swamp white oaks are taking off.




I also planted a tray of Shumard Red Oaks today that were beginning to sprout in the fridge
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Old 02-16-2015, 01:52 AM   #77
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I have grown pecan,bur,live oak,shumard,and water oaks over the last five years.
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Old 03-16-2015, 09:52 AM   #78
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TTT to see how everyone is doing with their growing.
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Old 03-18-2015, 07:10 PM   #79
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TTT to see how everyone is doing with their growing.
I have started moving some of my bigger plants into grow bags. Now I have White Oak, Hybrid White Oak, Swamp White Oak, Overcup Oak, Chinquapin Oak, Sawtooth Oak, Shumard Red Oak, Bur Oak, Alghenny Chinkapin, Chinese Chestnut, and Hybrid Chestnut all growing. Waiting on Water Oak, Willow Oak, and Japanese Maples to sprout.
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Got another oak sproat from this bucket. I think I planted 4 in this pot from the parent oak tree. This is the first acorn crop off the parent tree. I am not sure how that fairs in the health of the acorn. My Mexican Sycamores are doing pretty good. Got about 12 sprouts. Will plant more now that weather is warmer.
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How would you plant this Burr oak acorn? Shell off?
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Old 03-29-2015, 08:17 PM   #83
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How would you plant this Burr oak acorn? Shell off?
I only had a few Burr Oak acorns and I peeled the cap off of mine.
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I only had a few Burr Oak acorns and I peeled the cap off of mine.

How did they turn out?
How is your Chinese Chestnut turning out?
I would love to get some chestnuts going.
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How did they turn out?
How is your Chinese Chestnut turning out?
I would love to get some chestnuts going.
4 of 5 Burr Oak acorns that I had germinated and are growing good. The Chinese Chestnuts were doing great until moving them outside. I gradually introduced them to the outside but still have some beginning to lose leaves now.
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Squirrels are tearing me up. They have gotten me for about 15 small oak trees, two walnut trees, and three pecan trees. I feel a war coming on.
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Squirrels are tearing me up. They have gotten me for about 15 small oak trees, two walnut trees, and three pecan trees. I feel a war coming on.

Man that sux. Pile em up!
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Old 03-31-2015, 10:44 PM   #88
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Take the outer shell off along with the main shell and get ALOT quicker germination/sprouts.
I Asked in an above post and have since tried with awesome results.
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For y'all in East TX in particular you will be able to buy Chestnut trees at select Walmart locations. Dr. Kroll had Robert Wallace of Chestnut Hill Outdoors to his annual field day a couple weeks ago and gave a good talk on Chestnuts.

Fascinating history.
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Here is a list of Texas Walmart stores that will be selling the Dunston Chestnut trees: (3 and 7 gallon)

249 Walmart Cleveland TX 831 Highway 59 S. 77327 281-592-2654 2
236 Walmart Crockett TX 1225 E. Loop 304 75835 936-544-5121 2
165 Walmart Henderson TX 2121 US Highway 79 S. 75654 903-657-5707 2
285 Walmart Huntsville TX 141 Interstate 45 S. 77340 936-293-1066 2
275 Walmart Livingston TX 1620 W. Church Street 77351 936-327-6370 2
140 Walmart Lufkin TX 2500 Daniel McCall Drive 75904 936-639-9600 2
131 Walmart Mt. Pleasant TX 2311 S. Jefferson Avenue 75455 903-572-0018 2
163 Walmart Nacogdoches TX 4810 North Street 75965 936-560-6969 2
947 Walmart SHERMAN TX 401 E US HIGHWAY 82 75092 903 813 4825 2
2688 Walmart Tyler TX 6801 S. Broadway Avenue 75703 903-581-4296 2
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Your killing me!!!!
Wish there was locations a little farther south.
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4 of 5 Burr Oak acorns that I had germinated and are growing good. The Chinese Chestnuts were doing great until moving them outside. I gradually introduced them to the outside but still have some beginning to lose leaves now.

Ttt- How's it going bud?
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I did an experiment with some white oak acorns from, well lets just say a white oak far far away. I planted 8 acorns in a chicken coop, minus the chickens. The chickens had been removed 3 weeks prior. I planted these acorns in late October. In just the first year they were all growing up to the top of the cage which was about 5 ft tall. I transplanted a couple. I left the best one in the coup. It grew straight up 5-6 ft before it even branched off. It had an acorn crop to my surprise at 4 years old. It is now over 20 ft tall and probably 8-10 inches in diameter. I did add the chickens back in once they couldn't hurt the tree. the trees I transplanted are still only about 7 ft. I think its obvious what the chicken manure did for the trees. If you live in the country and want to grow a slow growing oak, like chickens, you may want to try this for yourself. The white oak is very full and dark green foliage. Its now 8 years old.
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I pull out at least 30 every year that the squirrels plant in my raised bed garden for me. those suckers have some nice hardy root systems. Maybe i'll transplant a few this year into pots and see how they do.
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Got me another oak sprout over the weekend. So far 5/5 in my first attempt to grow oak trees from my front yard tree. The one on the right is a mountain laurel pod I planted early this summer. Took awhile but it sprouted. I think there are two more in the pot.
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The barn is 16 ft at the peak. The white oak was planted from an acorn in October 2006. Its produced acorns since it was 4 years old. Chicken manure grown. The tree the acorns were collected from was very pretty, huge canopy.

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The barn is 16 ft at the peak. The white oak was planted from an acorn in October 2006. Its produced acorns since it was 4 years old. Chicken manure grown. The tree the acorns were collected from was very pretty, huge canopy.




Man, that's a good looking tree.
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Amazing - you guys are my hero! I'm inspired, thanks for sharing!
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Ttt- How's it going bud?
Oops. I forgot about this thread. I had success growing all of the oaks I planted. I only had about 10 Chestnuts and maybe 15 Allegheny Chinkapins survive after being transplanted. I planted out all of my chestnut and chinkapin seedlings and a few each of all the oaks. I sold a few lots of seedlings and gave away a bunch to friends and family. I'm going to try another batch again but am going to focus more on some hybrid oaks, and the chestnuts, and chinkapins.
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How I Germinate acorns.

I pick the acorns directly off the tree before they hit the ground.
I place them in a bucket filled with water. ( the acorns that float, I throw away)

I then place some saw dust in a large ziplock bag and mix in the acorns.
I add water until the saw dust is really damp and then zip tight and place in the bottom of my fridge.( where you keep your lettuce or tomatoes)

After a few weeks I start seeing roots developing and then I will plant the individual acorns.
I am going to try this this year. Natural germination was a complete waste of time. It amazing trees ever plant & grow in the wild by themselves. I already have acorns hitting the ground in the back yard.
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