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what kind of tree[bush] #6951740
08/02/20 04:49 PM
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it's about 10-15 feet tall , [Linked Image]
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Re: what kind of tree[bush] [Re: Trapper Dahlgren] #6951745
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Choke cherry??


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Re: what kind of tree[bush] [Re: Trapper Dahlgren] #6951752
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Autumn olive or russian olive. They infest the power line right of ways and a lot of public hunting areas in my neck of the woods.


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Re: what kind of tree[bush] [Re: Trapper Dahlgren] #6951754
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are they good for anything

Re: what kind of tree[bush] [Re: Trapper Dahlgren] #6951756
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Originally Posted by Trapper Dahlgren
are they good for anything


if they are autumn olive there are a good number of videos on youtube. Here is one I watched recently.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8K4YOlOUwO8


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Re: what kind of tree[bush] [Re: Trapper Dahlgren] #6951758
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Looks like a highbush cranberry bush. Great for WL.

Re: what kind of tree[bush] [Re: Trapper Dahlgren] #6951780
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Definitely not Russian Olive as their fruit for one thing is not red.

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Re: what kind of tree[bush] [Re: Trapper Dahlgren] #6951784
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It looks like Autumn Olive. Are the leaves silvery on the under side?


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Re: what kind of tree[bush] [Re: Trapper Dahlgren] #6951785
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Looks like honeysuckle .

Re: what kind of tree[bush] [Re: Chuckles84] #6951787
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Originally Posted by Chuckles84
Originally Posted by Trapper Dahlgren
are they good for anything


if they are autumn olive there are a good number of videos on youtube. Here is one I watched recently.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8K4YOlOUwO8


If itís autumn olive this is a good video! That guys channel is great also!


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Re: what kind of tree[bush] [Re: Trapper Dahlgren] #6951789
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It looks like buffaloberry to me. The pictures are a little blurry. Are there little raised whitish bumps on the berries?

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Re: what kind of tree[bush] [Re: Trapper Dahlgren] #6951795
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Second what botanist Keith diagnosed it as. Buffalo berry, supposed to be good for jelly, one cost me a 4 point buck as he loved to eat the fruit and Teddy Roosevelt said the grouse loved them too and their meat would turn red from all the color of the berries.

Re: what kind of tree[bush] [Re: star flakes] #6952298
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Originally Posted by star flakes
Second what botanist Keith diagnosed it as. Buffalo berry, supposed to be good for jelly, one cost me a 4 point buck as he loved to eat the fruit and Teddy Roosevelt said the grouse loved them too and their meat would turn red from all the color of the berries.


How did buffaloberry cost you a 4 point buck?

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Re: what kind of tree[bush] [Re: KeithC] #6952321
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Originally Posted by KeithC
Originally Posted by star flakes
Second what botanist Keith diagnosed it as. Buffalo berry, supposed to be good for jelly, one cost me a 4 point buck as he loved to eat the fruit and Teddy Roosevelt said the grouse loved them too and their meat would turn red from all the color of the berries.


How did buffaloberry cost you a 4 point buck?

Keith

I bet Star Flakes was setting there picking and eating the fruit when the 4 pointer walked up and busted him????


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Re: what kind of tree[bush] [Re: rick brocious] #6952331
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Originally Posted by rick brocious
Looks like honeysuckle .

Yep, Honeysuckle and toxic, ornamental berry.


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Re: what kind of tree[bush] [Re: Trapper Dahlgren] #6954513
08/04/20 10:28 PM
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Asian bush honeysuckle, invasive spices, some will have orange berries, most are red though


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Re: what kind of tree[bush] [Re: Trapper Dahlgren] #6954542
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nailed it
Amur honeysuckle, or Asian bush honeysuckle
Buffalo berry has much small berries and underside of leaves are silky,

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