Why Grafted Walnut Sapling?

If the walnut plant is planted without grafting, the crop yield starts as late as 10-15 years. Furthermore, it is not possible to estimate the kind of fruit when sapling is planted without grafting, because it is heterozygote.

The tough walnut that was planted in the soil in the winter months in order to grow grafted walnut sapling, comes out of the ground in the spring, and through effective care they are brought to graft in the months of July and August to be grafted by the graft taken from the appropriate quality rootstock trees.

Following a full winter, this grafted sapling proliferates in the spring, and starts growing from the point of grafting. This very sapling grows in November or December up to 120 to 160 cm depending on its type.

Two years after its initial planting, the growing grafted walnut sapling is uprooted, and ready to be planted and sold for another convenient location.

Once the grafted walnut saplings are planted, almost all of them will bear fruit within a year or two. Depending on the sapling type, these fruits may be large and sparse, or middle-sized but dense like a bunch of grapes.

Thanks to our 33 years of extensive experience, we offer the most appropriate types to those who intend to build a commercial garden depending on the climate and vegetation of their location.

Especially the Chandler, Pedro and Fernor type saplings are highly fertile.

A Chandler sapling can produce
25-30 kg of walnut between the ages of 5-7,
70-90 kg of walnut between the ages of 9-10,
And 150 kg of walnut between the ages of 15-20.

From Sebin, Bilecik type grafted walnut sapling, it is possible to get
annually 8-10 kg between the ages of 8-10 kg,
20-30 kg at the age of 10,
and 50-80 kg between the ages of 20-60, depending on the type.

Furthermore, due to being a late bloomer, the Chandler sapling is quite resistant against early frosts in the spring time.

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