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#3043671 - 11/21/12 01:03 PM Re: Tree identification help [Re: 8 POINTS OR BETTER]
8 Point

Registered: 09/08/10
Posts: 1728
Loc: alabama

I was told this weekend that ,mistletoe grows in them . Is this correct ?
#3043885 - 11/21/12 04:23 PM Re: Tree identification help [Re: southernhunter]
12 Point

Registered: 06/20/11
Posts: 7452
Loc: Grundy county

 Originally Posted By: southernhunter
I was told this weekend that ,mistletoe grows in them . Is this correct ?
I dont know.I know it grows well in hickory and ash.
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#3044606 - 11/22/12 08:00 AM Re: Tree identification help [Re: timberjack86]
8 Point

Registered: 09/08/10
Posts: 1728
Loc: alabama

i was told it only grew in gum trees .. guess i learned something . thanks

Edited by southernhunter (11/22/12 08:00 AM)

#3045611 - 11/23/12 07:56 AM Re: Tree identification help [Re: southernhunter]
16 Point

Registered: 10/23/01
Posts: 19679
Loc: Antioch TN

 Originally Posted By: southernhunter
How do u guys know so much about trees? My dad was a logger he could name about any kinda tree found in the woods of middle TN , but y'all get down to the Scientific names .

 Originally Posted By: BSK
 Originally Posted By: Rick Dillard
Black gum fruit are a favorite of fox squirrels. In the early fall if you find a tree dropping fruit there will usually be fox squirrels nearby.

Very interesting.

Black gum tree leaves are one of the first to start changing color in the fall. I have seen their leaves starting to turn red as early as late-August.

I'm going to try and remember to look for that next year.

Well southernhunter back in the days of our youth there were few deer in TN but there have always been lots of hungry squirrels and squirrel hunters here in TN and when we got older we went to school and universities and tried to learn all we could about our great old state and its trees. We white boys could be smart back in the day and back then we were not called nerds and other derogatory names that some call all white boys in our schools today to discourage there learning the knowledge needed to keep our sport and country great.
To know wisdom and instruction; to perceive the words of understanding;"The greatest pain a man can suffer is to have knowledge of much, and power over nothing" - Herodotus

#3050005 - 11/26/12 03:50 PM Re: Tree identification help [Re: Locksley]
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Registered: 07/31/01
Posts: 19032
Loc: Fayette County, TN US

I have the same tree right next to one of my deer stands and wondered what type it was. I was hoping someone would say that deer loved them! Oh well, maybe the whiteoak tree next to it will entice them. This tree is on the edge of a field.

BSK, is this the same berry? I took this pic a few days ago:

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