I completly agree with you on the choice you made,it is rite and well thought out.In the places that I have already been since opening day there are sevral bunches of harvestable seng still standing :)I will not return for those I will let them fall because it will leave some nice ones for next season or after that,but if it had been like yours was and hardly any ready then I would have returned also because there would still be plenty.I hope you dig some whopers when you return maya g/l.
Hey Billy missed work yesterday and decided i would go for a little while. I went on our own land. It has been senged hard. So i went in knowing i would find little or nothing at all. Well to my surprise i fount a monster, one of my biggest so far. I also fount some pretty nice three and four prongs. it was all pretty seng with decent size but compared to the biggest they all look little. Each root shows at least fifteen years of age. On the big one i am guessing at least fifty to seventy years old. Its almost a man root it has two legs and a head but no arms. On the way off the hill i ran into a monster patch of yellow root i dug two and a half pounds out of it. I left probably two hundred little bunches in the patch. When i got done with that patch i fount one more down the hill from it with all big mature bunches in it. I was in a hurry so i didn't get to get it, but i will be back. Well enough with the talk here are the pics. Oh and by the way the big root weighed just over 2 ounces and if any one is interested it is for sell.