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Someone on a plant group I shared it with says it's "Sun Hemp." A non-native. Look up some images and see what ya think. Sorry I did not see this...
Hmmm. Just saw this. I don't know right off but I'll try and find out!
I'm with you on the deductions, as long as those sort of webbed points aren't ruled non-typical. Similar points have torpedoed big typicals...
I don't know how much white a deer needs to be a piebald; this one has a large spot on her head and some dots along her neck. She does not appear...
Lifetime memories for both of you!
That's outstanding! Congrats!
It's epidemic. It's why we mostly look these days...the plant has been virtually exterminated in a lot of places. Last year a guy was caught on...
Thank you, that means a lot. This is a great forum with a lot of good folks.
Ginseng must be properly dried before sale, at least to get the best return, and buyers are real picky on what they like. I'll be honest, most of...
We found some nice plants, but we will probably leave them.
Yes, if they are white inside and free of voids or other imperfections they are good to eat. Most folks slice and fry I think.
I know where some large patches are. I've never thought about digging it.
One good thing about them is that they are easy to spot!
Do you guys see these? They seem numerous this year.
I don't believe in blaming the victim! Yes, we should be careful, but leaving your stuff out is no excuse for people to steal it. I hope they get em.
Glad they found out what it was!
I pray that your dad gets well soon.
I found a nice ginseng plant with six leaflets on two of it's three prongs. I've never seen this. Have you guys? Thanks and God bless.
Not that hunting related, but it's nature so I hope you'll indulge me.