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  1. The American chestnut (Castanea dentata) and Chinese chestnut (Castanea mollissima) are commonly found throughout North America, and only a careful, practiced eye can tell the difference between the two. Chinese chestnuts are often grown commercially for their tasty nuts. The trees are a favorite.
  2. Oct 20,  · How to cook chestnuts and make chestnut puree. Posted on October 20, by Vessy. 9. This post is dedicated to chestnuts. Sweet, starchy and flavorful, chestnuts are great source of vitamins and minerals and perfect for all kinds of recipes, .
  3. Apr 05,  · Hello forum! Im looking at a job near Shrewsbury and the client wants to use Sweet Chestnut, Douglas Fir or Green Oak sleepers They dont want any treated softwood cause they want to pay for longevity. Can anyone suggest suppliers of such sleepers in .
  4. Aug 26,  · Red Oak Acorn vs White Oak Acorn vs Chestnuts as Deer Mast. Article Posted: August 26, If you are a deer hunter with internet access you've likely spent dozens or even hundreds of hours researching mast crops for deer online.
  5. I am in the process of buying a bedroom set from Raymour & Flanigan. It is the Saratoga collection which is a chestnut color but I want to buy seperate night tables. Which color palate would work best, espresso or walnut? I would like for it not to be a noticeable but simply to blend.
  6. Dec 15,  · The Japanese chestnut, Castanea crenata, is a large tree from 40 to 60 ft at maturity. It produces relatively large chestnuts that are 1 or 2 inches in diameter. There are two or three nuts in a bur. Paul Sisco, an American Chestnut Foundation Regional Coordinator, describes the major types of chestnut and features that distinguish each species.
  7. American vs. Chinese Chestnuts. Reader Melanie wants to know the differences between Chinese chestnut trees and American ones, since Chinese chestnuts are some of the only trees available to plant. I’m certainly not an expert on trees, Melanie, but I’ll tell you what I know.
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  9. 2. CHESTNUT VS. SORREL. Sorrel and chestnut both generally refer to the same color, a reddish coat with non-black points (mane, tail, legs, ears). Chestnut is the English term, while sorrel originated in the west as the cowboy term.

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