Why Are There No Acorns This Year?

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There might not be acorns in certain years because the oak trees that produce them have environmental stresses such as growing slowly and lack of enough sunlight. Please note the oaks can take a period of a decade to get to reproductive ages.
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There could be a couple of reasons why you don't see acorns. The trees could of been a two year producer and it just wasn't their year or maybe there was a drought.
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