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Started this discussion. Last reply by Kevin Mathers Mar 10. 1 Reply

My son has become interested in developing the Maple Syrup potential on my property. This spring he is just "playing around" a little.What, if any, resources does New York State have for first time…Continue

Black walnut trees.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lewis E. Ward Feb 22, 2016. 1 Reply

I have a small stand of black walnut trees in my yard. Due to the chemicals released by these trees its difficult to grow anything around them. I would like to plant some kind of ground cover here to…Continue

To Mow or not to Mow?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jakob Berger Jan 23, 2014. 1 Reply

Over the years i have planted, and had planted, tens of thousands of trees. the vast majority being spruce and larch. Over time i have been advised to mow between the rows of small trees and then…Continue

Unsplit Firewood

Started this discussion. Last reply by joeymoore Jan 22, 2013. 9 Replies

I have about 20 acres of tops, cut last year, that i can cut into firewood. I am unable to split the wood. Is it feasible to sell unsplit firewood? how would one pro-rate the value of firewood…Continue

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Kevin Mathers replied to Chaz U. Farly's discussion Resources
"Chaz, Lots of good information for beginner and experienced maple syrup producers: http://blogs.cornell.edu/cornellmaple/ Kevin"
Mar 10
Lewis E. Ward replied to Chaz U. Farly's discussion Black walnut trees.
"Did a quick google search and found these…"
Feb 22, 2016
Chaz U. Farly replied to Peter Smallidge's discussion cut stump on beech didn't work
"would a small goat heard or hogs be of help here? A solar fencer and and some fence tape to keep them in place."
Feb 1, 2016
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Black walnut trees.

I have a small stand of black walnut trees in my yard. Due to the chemicals released by these trees its difficult to grow anything around them. I would like to plant some kind of ground cover here to improve the looks and eliminate the need to mow. I am partial to "snow on the mountain" (aegopodium podagraria variegata). But really, any thing would do. Is there any kind of ground cover that would grow there?thank youSee More
Feb 1, 2016
Jakob Berger replied to Chaz U. Farly's discussion To Mow or not to Mow?
"Chaz, If you are advised to mow between the trees, have you considered grazing with sheep as an alternative to mowing? If you yourself do not want to undertake such an endeavor, then perhaps a partnership with someone who does want to run animals on…"
Jan 23, 2014
Chaz U. Farly posted a discussion

To Mow or not to Mow?

Over the years i have planted, and had planted, tens of thousands of trees. the vast majority being spruce and larch. Over time i have been advised to mow between the rows of small trees and then again not to mow. My question here is: What is the current view on this mater? These are not intended for Christmas stock.  Thank youchazSee More
Jan 20, 2014

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