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Based on the location and assuming this isn't a domesticated hazelnut there are two likely hazelnut species. The lack of the distinctive "beak" seen on the Beaked hazelnut means this is most likely an American hazelnut (Corylus americana): The hairs along the young branch are also consistent with this (see for example the Plant Guide from the USDA). Note, ...


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I don't know much about trees, but I was very skeptical about this post at first. If this web page is correct, then the post is actually not so far-fetched. Trees are amazing. According to the page, the average tree absorbs 10,000 gallons of water and uses 1000 gallons, evaporating the rest. 24 gallons of water contains one pound of dry matter. That means ...


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