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#5880160 - 08/15/15 06:12 PM In Ohio anyway
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I was in the woods today. The acorns were on the ground already..Seems early?

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#5880197 - 08/15/15 06:41 PM Re: In Ohio anyway [Re: Chief Joe]
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Registered: 11/24/13
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Having lived in Indiana, I'd say it's early. I usually didn't see any acorns on the ground until after Labor Day. They are calling for a stronger El Nino, though that usually doesn't do much for weather in the mid-west, it just might mean y'all will have an earlier first snow/frost than normal. Only time will tell though.

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#5880263 - 08/15/15 07:30 PM Re: In Ohio anyway [Re: Chief Joe]
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When there's too many acorns they prematurely drop some while still green so that they can mature the crop. Take a look in the trees I bet there's still a bumper crop.
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