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Sawtooths #2879415
08/15/19 04:30 PM
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I thought about putting out 2-4 sawtooths this fall/winter. Have y'all had much luck finding them locally? I'll mess around with growing my own at some point, but would like to get a couple going ASAP if possible.

Re: Sawtooths [Re: Joe4majors] #2879498
08/15/19 06:18 PM
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If you know anybody who has them, you could probably dig sprouts from under their trees. Ive got a friend who tries to get me to come dig some up every year, id get you some but I believe were a pretty good ways apart.

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Re: Sawtooths [Re: Joe4majors] #2879515
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Re: Sawtooths [Re: Rmart30] #2879610
08/15/19 08:34 PM
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Originally Posted by Rmart30


Looks great, but it turns into $44 when you have to add several trees to get to their minimum order amount and add shipping. $44 isn't terrible though.

Re: Sawtooths [Re: Joe4majors] #2880016
08/16/19 11:14 AM
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Not sure if to far, but I get hundreds sprouted every year. You are welcome to come get some.


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Re: Sawtooths [Re: Joe4majors] #2880063
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When we moved back to the country 10 years ago, I planted 20 from Nativ nurseries. I'm not sure if it was me learning to take care of trees or what, but I lost about half of them. I replaced the dead, and added more, from The Wildlife Group from near Tallassee and have kept them all. I saw the first acorns at 4 years and about year 6 or 7, all the trees started bearing heavily. The nice thing about The Wildlife Group is they support the hunting industry in Alabama. They are usually at both shows and I've talked with them at QDMA meetings in the state.

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Originally Posted by Turkey
When we moved back to the country 10 years ago, I planted 20 from Nativ nurseries. I'm not sure if it was me learning to take care of trees or what, but I lost about half of them. I replaced the dead, and added more, from The Wildlife Group from near Tallassee and have kept them all. I saw the first acorns at 4 years and about year 6 or 7, all the trees started bearing heavily. The nice thing about The Wildlife Group is they support the hunting industry in Alabama. They are usually at both shows and I've talked with them at QDMA meetings in the state.


I would go to The Wildlife Group and deal with Allen. He is a big ugly bald headed joker but a good guy and he will take care of you.

Re: Sawtooths [Re: Joe4majors] #2880217
08/16/19 04:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Joe4majors
I thought about putting out 2-4 sawtooths this fall/winter. Have y'all had much luck finding them locally? I'll mess around with growing my own at some point, but would like to get a couple going ASAP if possible.



Just go find some acorns lying on the ground underneath a tree that is already producing and put them in a 5 gallon bucket with some potting soil

Re: Sawtooths [Re: HHSyelper] #2880787
08/17/19 10:45 AM
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Originally Posted by jwalker77
If you know anybody who has them, you could probably dig sprouts from under their trees. Ive got a friend who tries to get me to come dig some up every year, id get you some but I believe were a pretty good ways apart.


Originally Posted by HHSyelper
Not sure if to far, but I get hundreds sprouted every year. You are welcome to come get some.



Thanks guys. I drive up to Cullman (family) quite often so maybe I could swing by one day. I'll also check the few sawtooths we already have to see if any are sprouting there. I have never noticed any, but maybe haven't looked hard enough.

Re: Sawtooths [Re: Nightwatchman] #2880788
08/17/19 10:46 AM
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Originally Posted by Nightwatchman
Originally Posted by Joe4majors
I thought about putting out 2-4 sawtooths this fall/winter. Have y'all had much luck finding them locally? I'll mess around with growing my own at some point, but would like to get a couple going ASAP if possible.



Just go find some acorns lying on the ground underneath a tree that is already producing and put them in a 5 gallon bucket with some potting soil


I know that can be done, but I'd rather have something that's already a year or two old.

Re: Sawtooths [Re: Joe4majors] #2880892
08/17/19 01:41 PM
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a friend of mine may have some for sale, I'll ask him.


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Re: Sawtooths [Re: BhamFred] #2880900
08/17/19 01:57 PM
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Originally Posted by BhamFred
a friend of mine may have some for sale, I'll ask him.


Great, thanks.

Re: Sawtooths [Re: Joe4majors] #2880943
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I just pick up a handful here at the house and mash them in soft dirt on my properties. I have literally thousands of them growing all over Colbert County. Easy as it gets. I usually have a lot of folks every year come by and get some of the acorns to plant.

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Re: Sawtooths [Re: Joe4majors] #2880969
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Looks like a good crop this year, I’ll have a bunch of acorns if anyone wants to stop by and get some once they start dropping.


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Re: Sawtooths [Re: Joe4majors] #2881242
08/17/19 10:01 PM
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Don’t they drop really early? The ones I know about are done by Oct 15.

Re: Sawtooths [Re: Remington270] #2881348
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Originally Posted by Remington270
Don’t they drop really early? The ones I know about are done by Oct 15.


Mine aren't dropping on their own yet, but the storm this week blew a lot on the ground. The ones on the ground have turned brown. Give them another week and the first ones will start dropping.

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Re: Sawtooths [Re: Remington270] #2881397
08/18/19 07:33 AM
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Originally Posted by Remington270
Don’t they drop really early? The ones I know about are done by Oct 15.



Yes, that’s one reason this is more of a side project for fun rather than a central focus.

Re: Sawtooths [Re: Joe4majors] #2883451
08/20/19 04:09 PM
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No offense, but I wouldn't plant any tree that was not native to the U.S. there are other oaks that grow fast if that's what your are after. Turkey oaks do.

Re: Sawtooths [Re: Joe4majors] #2884047
08/21/19 08:54 AM
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I bought some last year from a nursery somewhere down around Cullman and all of them have survived and have done really well. They were bare root and I think I paid $10 per tree and most were between 8-10ft tall.

Place is called North Alabama Nursery and its in Joppa, had someone from here recommend it.

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Re: Sawtooths [Re: demp17] #2884121
08/21/19 10:25 AM
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Originally Posted by demp17
I bought some last year from a nursery somewhere down around Cullman and all of them have survived and have done really well. They were bare root and I think I paid $10 per tree and most were between 8-10ft tall.

Place is called North Alabama Nursery and its in Joppa, had someone from here recommend it.


Something like that would be ideal! Maybe the next time I'm visiting the folks in Cullman I can swing by.

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