Joined: Tue May 20, 2003 4:33 pm Posts: 526 Location: parker county, texas
The little oak trees aren't caused purely by the acorns falling on the ground, but by squirrels burying them. My experience is that they are usually buried one or two inches deep, and I just pull them up as soon as I notice them. It's much easier to pull them early than to wait until they are getting established. It's helpful to use one of those weeders that some people call asparagus cutters (the long tool with a "V" notch in the end). I've never had success cutting asparagus with them, but they are great for getting down deep into the soil and under acorns or pecans that are sprouting.
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