CT Christmas tree farms open this week

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The shortage is from the economic recession a decade ago.

According to GWDForestry, this, combined with recent droughts in North Carolina, and wildfires in OR - the two states that grow the most Christmas trees - left the USA with even fewer trees.

Christmas tree prices may be up this year, and for years to come, all because of shortages across the country.

Paula Wilson of Martinsville, Illinois, said her family "has picked out a live Christmas tree as far back as I can remember, and we have always taken our kids". Because the demand for real Christmas trees was low at the time, farmers didn't plant as many. A lot of tree growers are getting out of the business and put a strain on the supply which will, of course, cost you more.

"We want to stay open until Christmas Eve". "I have roughly 25 to 30,000 Christmas trees".

"They are looking forward to another great year", Reviczky said in a statement on Tuesday. "I've never not had trees going into my season". The Bureau of Land Management and the U.S. Forest Service both allow a limited number of trees to be harvested from key locations - usually areas where removing the trees serves management or conservation purposes. We got you all over the place.

Weubbe also sells locally grown trees that you can cut yourself.

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Spruce Goose will receive a visit on Monday from New Jersey's Secretary of Agriculture to officially launch the start of choose-and-cut Christmas tree season in the Garden State.

"We're planting today for five years from now", said Weubbe.

"We couldn't get enough trees this year to cover our other two lots", he said.

Tree sellers are recommending that people to buy their trees early this year.

For the first time in many years, Thanksgiving will be a quiet holiday for the Vario family.

"It's being fixed as we speak", Bolen said.

"He was allergic to cattle hair, so he made a decision to get out of the animal and crop farming and got into trees", said Bill Miller. "The longer a tree grows, the more apt they're going to get diseases".

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