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Why Pruning Made?

Pruning in walnut trees is a method of controlling the structure of the corolla, that is to form a smooth and strong corolla, to prolong the economic life, to improve the quality of the fruit, to provide light penetration and air circulation, to provide good flowering, to remove the damaged…

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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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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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Protection from Spring Late Frosts

The most dangerous and most harmful frost type in the walnut garden is late spring frosts. The first thing that can be done to protect against these frosts is forecasting. For this, meteorological data should be considered.

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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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Impact of Watering on Flower Buds (Fruit Buds)

The water need of the walnut tree should be met at normal level. Irrigation should be done depending on soil structure and general climate conditions. If irrigation is not made for trees, flower buds may never occur due to thirst. In the case of irrigation in excess amount, it is…

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Garden Planting Shape (Planting Range)

In recent years, the whole world has been prone to frequent planting in order to be able to grow more trees. Thus, fruit percentage has been high, unit cost has been low and quality production has been possible. For this purpose, walnut saplings such as Chandler and Fernor are planted…

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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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