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Soil Analysis

It must be made to determine the type needed by the plant, its amount, and lacking or excessive materials in the soil. For analysis, it is important that the soil samples have different depths, such as 0-30, 30-60, 60-100, 150-180 cm.

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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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The State of Not Giving Sufficient Water for Walnut Growing

If you do not give sufficient water to the walnut garden, the rate of photosynthesis decreases because stomas are closed. As a result, the walnut trees can not feed enough and the fruit quality decreases. Fruit size, colour and yield are adversely affected. Naturally, walnut prices will be negatively affected…

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Walnut and Irrigation

The walnut tree does not need much water except for the first 2-3 years. If we order the species which are demanding water much, plums, apples, pears, cherries, peaches, apricots, and almonds are respectively.

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Variety Selection in Walnut Saplings

Dichogamy of male and female flowers at different times is common in walnuts. In this case, there are homogamous types and varieties with male and female flowers maturing at the same time, as well as varieties whose male flowers first mature (protandry) and female flowers mature first (protogyny).

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What are the tips for growing walnut saplings?

The tricks of growing walnut saplings start with planting high quality or grafted seedlings. Walnut seedlings are seedlings that require proper irrigation and pruning. They are more productive in humid and sun-exposed soil environments.

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How Walnut Fertilization Should Be?

Walnut is not a sensitive plant in terms of fertilization if there is no extreme problem in the soil.

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How to Plant Walnut?

The ideal slice spacing for walnuts should be 12x12 m, 10x10 m, 10x8 m or 8x8 m.

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How to Sow Walnut Seeds?

We prepare our fields and our seedlings which have been rested before vaccination. Then we choose the best seedlings with suitable sizes. After germinating the walnuts, a week later, we bring the walnuts to the field with walnut planting machines and our experienced teams.

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Our Cold Storage

Our walnut saplings are kept in our cold storages at +4°C after dismantling to deliver then to our customers. The walnut saplings are healthier and their retention rate is much higher than the saplings kept in the sand.

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