Ken W Wilson wrote:Brian, not sure which walnuts are common in Mexico or if they grow there. Here black walnuts, Juglans nigra, are the common ones and Juglans regia are called English walnuts, or tree nurseries sometimes call them Carpathian walnuts or Persian walnuts. In Europe Juglans regia are just walnuts. Someone told me that in Finland they call them German walnuts. https://www.thespruce.com/walnut-tree-species-3269725
Joseph Lofthouse wrote:Ken W Wilson: This fall, I harvested the first nuts from the third generation of my family's walnut breeding project. They are currently drying. Looking forward to doing a taste test soon. Such a dilemma... Do I taste a few of the seeds? Or do I put every seed possible into growing the next generation of trees. It might be 15 years before the next generation bears nuts.
Brian Rodgers wrote:I feel a little guilty because I can't be certain my children will be interested in the work needed to harvest walnuts. How do you all cope with this?
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