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Do wild corn dogs grow in your area?

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They're good green around here about the third week of June. And then later you can get pancake flour off of them.

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We call them either cattails or bulrushes, any place around here that is wet they will magically appear.  You can dry them over the summer then dip  in kerosene and use it as a fire starter. 

( In the fireplace.....:unsure:)

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A little ihc hy tran in a deep fryer crisps them right up. I have tried hygard in the fryer but they get soggy and limp.

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Here,  they grow all around our pond.  We control them in some spots and let them grow on others for fish cover.

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9 hours ago, lorenzo said:

 I guess some one thought so.

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Yup, as Fred and Tom said, we called them "cat tails".

best, randy

 

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Lol!!!  I heard the marshmallow harvest was slim this year, and the spaghetti trees frosted out.  At least there's wild corn dogs to fill the gap.

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THE INDIANS USE TO EAT THE ROOTS OF THEM...

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Ours get eaten by birds and the koosyoonick be fore you can pick them. They are very good canned ! They make dang good pillow stuffing too if you can stand the little beetles!

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9 hours ago, ihfarmer1586 said:

Lol!!!  I heard the marshmallow harvest was slim this year, and the spaghetti trees frosted out.  At least there's wild corn dogs to fill the gap.

Now thats more like I expected :lol:

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I'd like to plant some but I can't find any seeds for the 'All Beef' variety.

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Always thought those were  wild  VEGETARIAN  corn dogs.

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11 hours ago, dads706 said:

I'd like to plant some but I can't find any seeds for the 'All Beef' variety.

I was looking for the organic all natural seed.  No luck.......

 

Must be in the wild mustard, thistle, tulle/bull rush, dandy lion, chick weed, shepherds purse section at a local hemp/pot store

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Lots of them here, but when I spot them, I never seem to have my rubber boots to walk into the knee deep sloughs to harvest them.

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