Fernette Walnut Saplings
One of the most important issues for walnut producers is fertilizing. For fertilizing, the flower time of the main tree and the pollinator must match each other. They must also like the same weather conditions. For this reason, the choice of the pollutant in the walnut is very important.
The fernette walnut, which is a X Lara hybrid, is a pollutant. It is a French, a tree species from France. Therefore, it is a kind of dusty coherent with the French fernor walnut, which is a fellow. These pairs are particularly harmonious because they are trees that are favored by continental climate. They both bloom late.
Fernor and Fernette
- In these two French, while the main walnut sapling is fernor, the fertilizer walnut sapling is fernette.
- The ratio should be about 10 percent with these two spices. In other words, 10 fernette walnut saplings should be planted on 100 fernor walnut seedlings.
- However, this calculation applies to frequent plantings. It is suitable for intervals of 4 X 8 meters.
- If the planting frequency varies, for example, if the planting is done as often as 10 X 10 meters, this rate will be insufficient.
- In this case, it is necessary to compare the fertilizer with the planting frequency rate.
Fernette Walnut Tree
- As a result, the fernette walnut tree which blooms in a short period of 8-10 days which is the flowering period of fernor walnut tree can be considered as a good fertilizer for fernor.
- The ratios to each other must be carefully planned so that they can catch the correct fertilizing.