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#468736 - 10/26/07 03:45 PM Peanut Trees
JWW4
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What do ya'll think? Would planting a couple of them be beneficial or would they be ignored? I guess as a follow up will they grow in TN?

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#468755 - 10/26/07 03:54 PM Re: Peanut Trees [Re: JWW4]
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i thought peanuts grew as a roots of a plant?
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#468800 - 10/26/07 04:08 PM Re: Peanut Trees [Re: 8kler]
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seen some jars of peanutbutter on trees here before but i thought they were taped on \:D never heard of a peanut tree but went to pick some when i was about 6 years old & thought they had all been picked my unckle who was 1 year older than me kilt over laughing,said ya dum&*^*% ya gotta dig em up, mike243
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#468801 - 10/26/07 04:08 PM Re: Peanut Trees [Re: 8kler]
JWW4
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Yeah my bad...but nut trees/plants in general. Would the be a good addition to a food plot?
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#468933 - 10/26/07 06:36 PM Re: Peanut Trees [Re: JWW4]
kholmes
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only if you had a peanut puller. It is basically a farm implement that pulls the peanuts out of the ground so they can be harvested.
Peanuts are lot like sweet potatoes alot of vine on top and the good stuff underneath. The deer would probably eat the vines on top though
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#468951 - 10/26/07 06:53 PM Re: Peanut Trees [Re: kholmes]
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I use spaghetti trees in my plots
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#468962 - 10/26/07 07:04 PM Re: Peanut Trees [Re: JWW4]
TAS
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 Originally Posted By: JWW4
Yeah my bad...but nut trees/plants in general. Would the be a good addition to a food plot?


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#474463 - 10/30/07 01:50 PM Re: Peanut Trees [Re: TAS]
Buncome_ridge_hunter
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I'd go with fruit trees like apples or pears. or you could try some persimmons
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#475234 - 10/30/07 10:37 PM Re: Peanut Trees [Re: Buncome_ridge_hunter]
pass-thru
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We had some in the garden years ago but I don't remember the deer bothering them. I know in southern Va where they farm them the deer will dig them up with their hoofs and eat them.
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#475502 - 10/31/07 08:53 AM Re: Peanut Trees [Re: ]
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We have a neighbor here that planted watermelons and pumpkins, deer absolutely tore them up. Said he had over 30 deer in the patch on a regular basis. Anyone planted a few vines on their place?
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