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JUST LIKE THE MOVIE THE HAPPENING-----OAK TREES SHED NO ACORNS OVER HUGE AREAS OF THE US

 
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We had shitload of acorns here this year.
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pics OP or it didn't happen. show us your acorn free yard
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IDK about your acorns being gone, but one thing I have researched and experienced is that plants and trees all over are not growing, producing flowers, fruiting, normally according to many folks.
Nothing has been reliable here for about the last 5 years.
Bulbs seem to be particularly vulnerable in our area. Won't flower.
No sunflowers at all in my yard, which used to be called "the sunflower forest" for 15 years.
Trees with red-brown dying leaves are seen a lot.
etc.
I feel more folks should speak up about plant anomalies in their areas. Let's share.
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I'm in Southern Ontario, we had acorns(not as many, and nowhere near as large as usual), but they didn't last long. The squirrels got em. No apples or pears either. We had a very early warm spell, followed by a freeze, followed by a drought.
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Not the case in North Central Texas. The Live Oaks are shedding bushels of them. My Pin Oaks put out a normal amount and I wasn't expecting any this year because there were so many last year. And we've been in and out of drought for the last 5 years or more

I haven't noticed any abnormalities with anything regarding plants or trees in the last decade, except some unusual sun damage on leaves of my crepe myrtles and the fire ants seem to have skedaddled. :)
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Not the case in North Central Texas. The Live Oaks are shedding bushels of them. My Pin Oaks put out a normal amount and I wasn't expecting any this year because there were so many last year. And we've been in and out of drought for the last 5 years or more

I haven't noticed any abnormalities with anything regarding plants or trees in the last decade, except some unusual sun damage on leaves of my crepe myrtles and the fire ants seem to have skedaddled. :)
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Yup. I live in central Texas in the hill country where live oak trees are everywhere in the wild. Sooo many acorns this year... I think it's a response to hot and dry summer last year.
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The bulbs came up beautifully this spring and fall, the mulberry trees had fruit on them way longer than usual. My fig tree produced a second crop and they are still trying to ripen. Idk if they'll make it before we have a freeze. The persimmon trees are heavy with fruit.

I have to say, aside from the drought, it's been as normal as can be here in Tx. No weather related catastrophes or anything in all the 12 yrs I've been here. I moved from Joplin Mo. just in time, missed the killer ice storm and the tornado. Thank God for that! :)
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New England here (CT). NO acorns this year, not one. Last year almost no acorns (like could fit all the ones in my yard in one bucket).

year prior we had SO MANY FREAKIN ACORNS that it took me like 25 wheel barrel trips to move them into the woods off my lawn and driveway. Tree must be close to 100 yrs old. Before that bumper crop of acorns 3 years ago, we had a rich amount of them (I thought) maybe about 2 or 3 wheel barrels full.

Something is SERIOUSLY out of whack. Say what you will, but this is my reality and we've been here 26 years. The last 3 years are abnormal.
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Oh yeah, and my forsythia bushes flowered in October last year. Full blown blooming. That was very freakish. They flowered again in the Spring. This October, not as much flowering as last year but still some blooms.

The new normal for Connecticut?
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My oak in Middleburg Heights dropped a ton of them this year.
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This thread is from 2008
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it not just acorns either

the local bush tucker here is pine nuts,juniper berries
and rose hips

and this year there is almost nothing
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Hell, you can't safely go out on my back deck without a hard had because of so many acorns falling for the last 2 weeks. We had a cold front move thru last night and with all the wind, it sounded like a firing range most of the night. Those little suckers are loud when they hit a hard surface after a 30' drop. I'll be glad when they finish falling. The cats will be too. They get bing'd on the head regularly. Funny as hell - they will look up with this crazed expression, like "where's that damn squirrel, I know he did that on purpose".
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Oak trees ( depending on the variety) produce acorns every other year, some every 2years
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Tard boy didn't like the responses to his first or second thread and decided to try again.

Thread: YOU WANT DOOM---I GOT DOOM---THE REAL THING --NO BS

Thread: NO ACORNS THIS YEAR IN LARGE AREAS OF US

[link to www.arcytech.org]

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Acorn Production -- Oak trees can start producing acorns when they are 20 years old, but sometimes can go all the way to 50 years for the first production. By the time the tree is 70 to 80 years old it will produce thousands of acorns.

The oak trees produce acorns once a year during the fall. Acorn production varies year to year and normally alternates. Not even the healthiest and largest oak can accumulate enough food and energy to produce strong crops two years in succession. Real strong acorn productions might happen every four to ten years. In addition, a late spring frost can blight the flowers which prevents acorn development. Droughts and insect ravages can decimate crops.

Acorn production will increase year after year; following a similar pattern as the size of the tree's canopy. The following graph shows what a typical production for an oak tree might be -- assuming no drastic jumps, which happen from time to time. The chart shows that production starts very slowly at around the 25th year, the number of acorns produced then accelerates, and when the tree reaches about 100 years of age, it starts slowing down until it reaches a yearly production of about 2,200 acorns per year.
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Here is an address (I can't make it link, just cut and paste) to a Washington Post article that says there are NO ACORNS. You don't have to believe the article. Go look in your own yard, in your own neighborhood. That's what I did.

[link to www.washingtonpost.com]

The above is an address to a Washington Post article about the complete absence of acorns and hickory nuts in various places around the US.

The article mentions Washington, Virginia, New England, Pennsylvania, Kansas and Canada.

I live in Cleveland, Ohio and my house is surrounded by oak trees. In fact, the suburb I live in is called the City of Trees. There are probably at least 15 oaks around my house and the two houses on either side of me. I've lived here almost 30 years. This is the first year I have seen NO acorns. None. The neighborhood borders a wooded ravine and there are loads of oaks all around here, but no acorns.

My daughter who lives about 20 miles further east and goes for long walks every day says she has seen no acorns either.

I want to make it clear that I have no opinion about Global Warming. I am not particularly an environmentalist. I'm just stating truthfully the situation here in Cleveland.

I think it's necessary to say that after reading the comments that follow the Washington Post article, it seems like people are pretty irrational about this issue. In my opinion people are either mistaken, in denial, or are outright lying about the acorn "bumper crop" in their yard because they think the article is "disinformation" about global warming. How many people used the word "bumper" to discribe their abundance of acorns, an occastional "banner" but almost every person who spoke about acorns said they had a "bumper crop." Was it really many different people, or the same person over and over? Is it believable that so many credible sources could claim there are no acorns but then right nearby someone has a "bumper crop"?

I really want to say that it is not logical to even make the assumption that this is due to global warming. It seems like this phenomenon is very widespread (one commentor said there were no acorns in Germany either). Obviously, all of the places mentioned did not share the same weather last year. There were regional temperature variations and rainfall. It doesn't make sense that this is merely a weather related anomalie when your talking about something that extends as far north as Canada, as far south as Virginia, from the Eastern Seaboard to Kansas, and maybe even to Central Europe.

Everyone seems to be looking for doom that might happen, that could happen, the prediction, the rumor, the insider doom insinuation -- never sourced, never substantiated, and never accurate.

Well kids, this is real, in your face, you can definitely check it out yourself, there for everyone to see DOOM at its finest. It isn't going to happen, it isn't sometime in the future. It's right here, right now, go look in your yard DOOM. This isn't India/Pakistan doom. This isn't Afghanistan/Iraq doom. This isn't even Russia/Georgia doom, or Israel/Iran doom. This isn't Mayan Calendar doom. It isn't pole shift, planet X, Niburu, asteroid doom. It isn't economic meltdown, WWWIII doom. This is ACORN DOOM, right here in the USA, right in your own backyard, and it has already happened.

Why are there no acorns? What could it possibly mean?

My guess is that it has something to do with Chemtrails.
I think all of the Chemical spraying has really fucked things up. Maybe it was done intentionally. Maybe they want all of the birds (they died off 5 years ago) and squirrels to be dead because birds and squirrels could be a possible source of food for humans that can't obtain food anywhere else.

I do know that it has been overcast and raining or snowing almost every single day here in Cleveland since at least mid-November. But the couple of days in the past 3 weeks that it WAS sunny, you could see the planes overhead loading up the sky with chemtrails. After the heavy spraying there would be more clouds, and more rain or snow, as there always is after they spray.

Almost everyone I know has some symptoms of illness. Many have respiratory symptoms: coughs, shortness of breath, aching lungs, plus sinus problems, snotty noses, and sore throats. And many people have an illness that causes headaches, chills, nausea, and vomiting.

Maybe the bees and the birds and now the trees and soon the squirrels are all dying because of the spraying, not because of glogal warming. That makes a lot more sense to me. But figure all of these things are just the symbolic canary in the coal mine. Our asses will be next.
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