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Pollination – Fertilation in Walnut

It is called pollination in the case of the transfer of the flower dust that is turned on by the explosion of the male specie (anter) to the fountain of the female fountain. Pollination in walnuts occurs with wind, not with insects or bees. Therefore, in the garden creation, the…

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Protection from Autumn Early Frosts

The most basic reason for damaging the first frost of autumn is that the walnut branches cannot be mature enough. To avoid this, it is necessary to avoid excessive and late nitrogen fertilization, late watering and excessive pruning. In addition to these, it is also important to choose the right…

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