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Could you please describe in detail a red oak acorn and leaves, also with pictures - from other similiar oaks including hybrids? Also is there a way to separate a quality red oak acorn from the lower valued acorns? Will acorns maintain there value if stored? I eagerly await your informative response,and thank you very much.

Dear Diane,

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Anthony R. Brach

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