Our Walnut Saplings

Chandler Walnut Sapling


It is one of the most fertile walnut types in the world. It produces walnut in bunches. It has a thin shell. It is easy to break, and core out. A 5-7 year-old tree may produce an average of 25-30 kg of fruit. A 9-10 year-old Chandler tree yields an average of 70-90 kg of walnuts. A 15-20 year-old tree may yield up to 150 kg of walnuts per tree. It accommodates itself to the climate of the region it is planted; in other words it has the characteristic of acclimation. It blooms late in the spring. That is why it is highly resistant to the spring frosts. It would be appropriate to plant it in places with an altitude that is up to 1200 meters above sea level.


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Fernor Walnut Sapling


It is highly fertile. It yields 20-25 kg of walnuts per tree between the ages 5-7, 60-80 kg of walnuts per tree between the ages 9-10, and 90-150 kg of walnuts per tree between the ages 15-20. Its fruits take hold in 2s and 4s. It has a thin shell. It is easy to break, and core out. It is quite appropriate for cold seasons. It would be appropriate to plant it in places with an altitude that is up to 1200-1700 meters above sea level.


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Pedro Walnut Sapling


It is very fertile, and blooms late. It yields 20-25 kg of walnuts per tree between the ages 5-6, 70-90 kg of walnuts per tree between the ages 8-9, and 12-160 kg of walnuts per tree between the ages 15-20. It would be appropriate to plant it in places with an altitude that is up to 1200 meters above sea level.


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Franquette Walnut Sapling


It is very fertile. Its fruits take hold in 2s and 3s. It has a thin shell. It is easy to break, and core out. It would be appropriate to plant it in places with an altitude that is up to 1200 meters above sea level. Its flowers get fertilized with Chandler and Pedro.


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Fernette Walnut Sapling


It is very fertile. It blooms late. It is appropriate for continental climate. It would be appropriate to plant it in places with an altitude that is up to 1200 to 1700 meters above sea level. Its flowers get fertilized with Fernor.


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Sebin Walnut Sapling


It grows anywhere where walnut exists, except for the waterside. It is especially recommended for the interior regions where late frosts are observed. It is very fertile. Its fruit is in the form a bunch. Its shell is thin. It has a meaty inside.


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Bilecik Walnut Sapling


It is resistant against the late frosts in the spring. It is very fertile. Generally it is recommended for altitudes of 1200 to 1700 meters above sea level, and mostly for interior regions.


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Kaman 1 Walnut Sapling


It is resistant against the late frosts in the spring. It is very fertile. Generally it is recommended for altitudes of 800 to 1300 meters above sea level, and mostly for interior regions.


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Yalova 1 Walnut Sapling


Generally it is appropriate for cost line production. Its fruits are more sparse but large. It would be appropriate to plant it in places with an altitude that ranges from 0 to 800 meters above sea level.


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Yalova 3 Walnut Sapling


It is appropriate for cost line production. It would be appropriate to plant it in places with an altitude that ranges from 0 to 800 meters above sea level.


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Kaplan Walnut Sapling


It is appropriate for cost line production. It should be consumed fresh. It has a very large fruit.


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Yavuz 1 Walnut Sapling


It is appropriate for production on coastlines that are remote from the shore, and in the interior regions. It would be appropriate to plant it in places with an altitude that ranges from 600 to 1200 meters above sea level.


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