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Walnut Plant

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Available Walnut Varieties -:

  1. Chandler
  2. Franquette
  3. Fernor
  4. Howard
  5. Fernette


Chandler is our top-selling walnut tree variety. It was developed by the University of California. In recent years, Chandler has been the most preferred walnut variety for new orchards because of its productivity and excellent nut quality.

  • Yield: Chandler is a highly productive variety. It is a lateral bearer with 90 percent of its lateral branches being productive. Therefore it offers very high yields. Chandler walnut tree starts yielding walnuts in the first year that you plant your trees. Check the productivity table under this page to see productivity over the years.
  • Nut and shell quality: Chandler produces large nuts with thin shells and very light-colored kernels. Thin shell and kernel color are important features in determining walnut selling price. Walnuts that have lighter kernel color sell for higher prices. Its kernels are easy to remove from the shell and easy to crack out into halves.
  • Tree size: Chandler grows in a moderately vigorous way and it is semi-upright. Chandler walnut tree’s height can reach up to 15 meters. But since they are pruned, they are usually kept at a smaller height. The same goes for the horizontal size. Usually, the tree’s branches are pruned to keep it at approximately 5 meters width.
    Chandler is suitable for high-density planting such as 7 x 5 meters spacing. More details about tree spacing are provided down this page.
  • Leafing time (Blooming date): Chandler is a late leafing and blooming variety. This is an advantage because late-leafing varieties are less likely to be affected by frost, walnut blight and codling moth.
  • Pollination: Chandler is a self-pollinating tree, it can yield walnuts without a pollenizer. But it can give you higher yields when used with a pollenizer. For this reason, we highly recommend planting pollenizer trees.


Walnut Variety

Chandler, Fernette, Fernor, Franquette, Howard


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Plants Success Rate

High Density Plant vs Traditional Plant


High Density Plant 

  1. Plant Population 1000-1500 plants per 1 acre
  2. Fruiting starts after 2 years
  3. One-form spray and proper hailnet cover are possible
  4. Fruit Yield Average production – 20,000 kg per acre
  5. Market Price Farmers get double the price of traditional
  6. Possible income of Rs 10-20 lakh per acre
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Traditional Plant

  1. 100-150 plants per acre
  2. Fruiting starts from the 6th year
  3. One-form spray and proper hailnet cover are not possible
  4. Average production = 6000 kg per acre
  5. Farmers get about Rs. Only Rs 50/kg is available
  6. 2 to 3 lakh per acre per year

Possible Productivity and Income

Productivity per Plant (from 250 plants)

First-year 0-1 kg/plant

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Second year 2-3 kg/plant 

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4th year 8-10 kg per plant

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5th year 12-15 kg per plant

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6th year 15-20 kg per plant

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