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Help with Tree ID Please

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by PeteD, Jun 21, 2011.

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  1. billb3

    billb3 Minister of Fire

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    Whatever they are we have a bunch of them coming up around here, too.
    Mostly I cut them down -weed them out as they are in spots where I don't want a tree to grow ( and they have a fairly fast growth rate).

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  2. PeteD

    PeteD New Member

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    All of the fruit I saw looked like the picture below and were single fruits. I suspect maybe the fruit on this tree were just too young to have grown into the exaggerated oblong shape I see in pictures on the internet for white walnut (butternut). In contract to the picture below, internet photos look very long and pointy, but those fruit may be more mature...

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  3. smokinj

    smokinj Minister of Fire

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    Doesnt look like the Black walnut we have close though.....To have all the saplings around you you didnt notice piles of black walnuts everywhere? I know my BW are young maybe 10 years old you will get 25-35 gallons of walnuts a year, this year being even more with the rain. Big clusters everywhere and the limbs a sagging hard already!
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