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Steve, Poke salad used to be a common eaten item in the south. I had some that a neighbor made years ago. It was cooked and drained several times. It's delicious tasted like collard, mustard greens. Larry
- Sat Mar 27, 2010 7:56 am
- Forum: Discussions of the Eastern United States and Canada
- Topic: Historical Photos of the Southern Forests
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ENTS, I was looking for old southern forest photos and came across these photos on Flickr.http://www.flickr.com/photos/41460075@N08/sets/72157622984778649/ I thought ENTS would be very interested in them. There are a lot of photos from North Carolina showing the old growth, Spurce, Poplar, White Pin...
- Fri Mar 26, 2010 3:21 pm
- Forum: Europe and the British Isles - Overviews
- Topic: Tall European trees
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Kouta, I'll let Bob Leverett and others touch on the accuracy of the Hypsometer. Bob Van Pelt used one I can't recall the namebrand but it was super accurate. Larry
Steve, Good report. Quite a diverse Forest. My favorite type of setting is floodplain, we have lost so much of this type of Forest in the US. Good to know there are still places like this that are regenerating. Would you say those trees are second growth about 70-80 years old? Larry
ENTS, Gary, Almost all of the tree species in South Ms., have budded now and are producing leaves. With the exception of the Hickories and Pecans. They always seem to be the last species of trees to produce buds. Most trees down here bud in early to mid march, followed by rapid leaf growth. The Azal...