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Discussion in 'General Hunting' started by Hoosier Sasquatch, Aug 16, 2018.
Shaking a tree might not be the best method, but we were having fun.
Eat a many of them poor mans bananas in my youth. My papaw (whom we called paw paw) used to make wine with them dudes some how or another.
I’m jealous never seen any. I’d love to try one.
Eat a bunch growing up,I’ve tried and tried to get some started ,on my place here.Plenty trees growing in the hills here.I’ve only found a couple pawpaws on them ,and they were different than the ones in floyd co.The ones we had growing up ,had one row of big seeds,where the ones I found here had two rows of smaller seeds ,tasted the same,though.
You might not if you didn't chance through a patch during the right time ( early mid-september in southern IN) I think critters clean up the ones on the ground up pretty quick. I suppose most of Kentucky would have them.
Dad said farm he grew up on was loaded with them. So they are here. Ive just not found any yet....
See em more in wet areas here in Pulaski County. They are plentiful in places along buck creek however most that I see don't have fruit year in and year out so not sure about how well they produce.
I need to get out and check my trees and a few other spots. I like em. But my Dad LOVED EM.
I checked some trees last week am it looked like the coons had already got them
We have a lot on our farm. Last few years we have had a few. But to many coons and possums to compete with. I like em
We like sharing them with people that haven't had any for years.
Ours bared heavy last yr. not as many this yr. idc much for them. I've ate a few over time but... anybody ever use them in pies or something? If one is capable of a cushaw pie or sweet tater pie, surely somebody has made a paw paw pie somewhere down the rd.
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Barney..wheres your rexipe and pics? I know you got them lol
My mamaw loved them, and so do I. I know where several patches are.