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Re: a non-aroid question

> What happened to the acorns on Long Island this year?  > This year I
haven't seen a single

It's not an answer to your, question but Southern Ohio and West Virginia
have a bumper crop--many more than last year.  A WV wildlife report says
there are so many acorns that the deer fill up in 30 minutes and lay down
the rest of the day.  I guess that's good news for the deer, bad for

Clarence Waldron

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