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3) Some oak trees are genetically poor producers of acorns – absolutely nothing you can do. 4) Acorn production dramatically decreases when oaks reach a certain age and/or a certain diameter. 5) If your oak is in the red oak family, then you can typically expect heavier acorn crops every 3-5 years.

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Mutualism: The Oak tree provides the squirrel with shelter and acorns to eat. The squirrel buries some of the acorns, and does not find all of them. The acorns grow into baby oak trees.

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To identify an oak tree by the acorn, look at the size, shape, and color of the acorn, as well as the pattern of the scales on the acorn’s cup. Since there are over 400 species of oaks around the world, it can help if you can locate a local field guide and compare the pictures of the acorn to species native to your area.

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If you have lots of oak trees in your area, you know there can be good years for acorns and bad years. What's strange is that when a bumper crop occurs in one part of the U.S., the opposite can ...

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Discover oak tree and acorn facts you might not have known. MARK MOFFETT/MINDEN PICTURES Many critters, including the gray squirrel, crave the good stuff in acorns: protein, carbohydrates and fat.

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All oaks have acorns. There is no such thing as an Acorn Tree. Oak trees of North American annually produce more nuts than all the region's other nut trees together, wild and cultivated. One huge oak can drop up to 10,000 acorns in a mast year!

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Production of acorns increases each year in proportion to the size of the oak tree's canopy. When oak trees reach near 100 years old, the acorn production slows to a yearly rate of 2,200. Even though oak trees have both male and female flowers, they still need neighboring oaks to pollinate.

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All oaks have acorns. There is no such thing as an Acorn Tree. Oak trees of North American annually produce more nuts than all the region's other nut trees together, wild and cultivated. One huge oak can drop up to 10,000 acorns in a mast year!

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Some species of Oaks (genus Quercus) can produce acorns as early as 20 years, although optimum production for most oaks occurs after 50 years. Vanderbilt has an ...

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We have a couple of huge oak trees and once again, they are "raining" acorns. The flower beds I have under these trees are coated with acorns. I am shoveling them up by the bucket loads.