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  1. Sold about 45-50 so far. Whatever I don't sell I will repot into a larger bag and keep them until the fall. Any left by then will be at least 4' tall and will either sell for $30 or plant on my land.
  2. Yea, containers can be reused. The seams are stitched when new so to reuse them you just staple the seams back together. With it open down the seam the plant comes out easily.
  3. Root trapper bags are a plastic type material on the outside and a coarse fabric on the inside that prevents the roots from J hooking and winding around the outside of the container - as I'm sure you've seen in many plants grown in plastic pots. As far as the Walmart chestnuts, I started with 6 of those 3 years ago and 3 of them died the 1st year, After that I decided to grow my own. I've since planted 40 -50 and only lost a handful and the ones I started from seed have caught up to the Walmart trees in growth. I like my results better. They say 3-5 years but I don't fertilize or do anything special with them so I would expect closer to 5-7 years.
  4. Root trapper bags are a plastic type material on the outside and a coarse fabric on the inside that prevents the roots from J hooking and winding around the outside of the container - as I'm sure you've seen in many plants grown in plastic pots. As far as the Walmart chestnuts, I started with 6 of those 3 years ago and 3 of them died the 1st year, After that I decided to grow my own. I've since planted 40 -50 and only lost a handful and the ones I started from seed have caught up to the Walmart trees in growth. I like my results better.
  5. Yes, they are potted in root pruning/trapper bags.
  6. I'm in the village of Lancaster, Erie County
  7. I have Dunstan Chestnut Trees for sale. Grown from seeds from Chestnut Ridge of Pike County. They are 18 -36+" tall and are $20 each. PM me for more info. Thanks
  8. Agree with Otto. Pastabilities is really good. Varsity pizza is not really great pizza but it's a tradition there. Hasn't changed much since I went there from 73-77.
  9. Used to do that up at Simcoe. Lots of fish and lots of fun.
  10. Dunstan chestnuts - grow my own. Fruit trees - Schlabach's nursery in Medina.
  11. I'll take the box of 270WSM. I'm in Lancaster, so I can pick it up. Just need your address. Can't pick it up until Thursday or Friday though. Thanks

  12. How much are you selling them for?
  13. I have grown about 75 Dunstan Chestnuts over the last 2 years from seed. I start them in the fall in the refrigerator until they start to root and then grow them under grow lights until the end of May when I move them outside. In September I plant them and fence them. They are between 3 and 5 feet tall by then.
  14. Deer are hitting my turnips and radishes hard including the bulbs. Mostly at night though and they don't have a whole lot of other options with no ag near by and the acorns pretty much gone.
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