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Discussion in 'Arkansas' started by pratherpea52, Feb 1, 2018.
hope everyone has a good year
pea ridge area?
and you too. I found these March 30 2017 outside bentonville
it was chilly and raining that week. they love the cold more than than the heat in the ground . But the heat makes them grow. I can't wait to get wild onions. I wish I still lived in Arkansas. u guys have wild garlic/ onions year round
Lincoln area here
I never learned to spell. LOL
Nice fresh one!
Bad weekend my best spot in Okla burnt last week
Sorry to hear! Should produce next year though from what I've read re: burn sites. Regretfully, I don't have any 1st hand knowledge . . .
Same here last year I found them in ROW we mulched 2 months earlier with equipment
Anyone have knowledge of Ozark National Forest? Looks great on the map. Maybe next year I can take a vacation up north for morel season. You guys wouldn’t mind a Cajun stomping in the woods huh ? I’ll bring a couple sacks of crawfish if you guys teach me a thing or two
That's a good thing. Read about burnt sites. They actually produce good fruit. The one I'm at in Arkansas is burnt
I'm born in iowa but grew up in arkansad. And all I can tell u. Is we got craw dad's in Arkansas the size of lobsters. But come up anyways. I caught craw dad's as a kid in southern mo. Northern ark. Ozark area. And I am not joking. Craw dad's here are huge
WELL HOT DAWG !!!!
Come on now !?!?! Lol
Would it take you a couple weeks to get enough to eat ?!?! I’m very curious.
Very very nice
Has anybody found any that was already up be4 this round of cool weather
Went and picked everything that was not a day or two old. 6hrs of below 32* forecasted for tonight plus maybe an 1” of snow. I blame “Global Warming” smh......