Walnut Sapling Cultivation Calendar

The following care program is intended for recommendation only, the fertilization must be made according to the soil analysis results and irrigation must be made according to the ecological conditions. You can contact us for detailed information.

The Activities According to the Months for Walnut Sapling Cultivation

JANUARY: The plant is in resting situation. Well-burned animal manure is spread surrounding and mixed with the soil.

FEBRUARY: The plant is in sleeping situation. Well-burned animal manure is spread surrounding and mixed with the soil. The slips are taken on the days without frost, and stored in a cool place. Cleft graft is made.

MARCH: The plants prepares to awake. Bordo slurry is spread. Cleft grafting is started on the plant. It is time for plant budding. The budded locations are closed with grafting paste.

APRIL: The plant accelerates the root works. It starts to awake. Grafting is continued, chemical fertilization is made according to the soil analysis. It is time for plant budding. The budded locations are closed with grafting paste. Irrigation starts.

MAY: Irrigation continues, weeding continues in the greenhouses. The grafts are unlaced.

JUNE: Irrigation is continued, eye cutting starts, if there is fertilization program, fertilization is continued.

JULY: Irrigation is continued, eye cutting is made.

AUGUST: Irrigation is continued, stable patch budding starts. The chemical fertilizers are not used, unless necessary.

SEPTEMBER: Irrigation program ends, stable patch budding is continued. The walnut fruits which start to crack, are began to be harvested. Stable and patch budding continues.

OCTOBER: Harvesting continues with shaking and collecting method.

NOVEMBER: The plant starts to enter into the sleeping period, the deciduous leaves are collected and burned out of the nursery.

DECEMBER: It is the sleeping period of the plant, walnut budding is made in places which the winter is not harsh, the budded locations are closed with water stop or grafting paste. Animal manure may be spread.

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