[NAFEX] English walnut??
mdemmon at gmail.com
Tue Jul 7 17:51:41 EDT 2009
I think finding the correct genotype or cultivar for your location
will be key. Like in the southeast, here in michigan I see plenty of
healthy trees, with either extremely light crops of nuts (think 30 ft
tree with a dozen nuts), or most often no nuts. Not sure if it's late
freezes, cold winters, or what. I know that people who have grafted
appropriate cultivars do get good crops, as long as squirrels and
insects are kept away.
se mi z5
On Tue, Jul 7, 2009 at 5:33 PM, Randy Burd<burdrs at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am on the East Coast in zone 6.
> Should I try English walnuts or will it be a nice tree but no nuts?
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