Noyer qui fait des grappes de noix ?

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nicollas a écrit le 15/05/2015 18:17 (ref msg # 48497 )
Bon j'ai rien trouvé de plus que cet article, mais peut être que des personnes avec plus de sagacité et d'interêt trouveront quelquechose

http://www.freshplaza.com/article/126445...

Russian amateur-breeder grows grape-shaped walnuts

Walnut has a leading position among the symbolic plants of the Krasnodar region in the national campaign “Walk of Russia”. Vladimir Kurdyukov is a farmer who breeds a special variety of walnuts – “Korenovsky”. The sample used for breeding experiments was originally brought to the region from Kyrgyzstan.

According to Vladimir Kurdyukov, the bred variety of walnut is distinct in sweeter taste and fine fragrance. However, the main peculiarity of this walnut tree is the way it forms the clusters of nuts - just like grapes.

Another distinctive feature of “Korenovsky” walnuts is frost resistance. It can resist cold weather and temperature as low as -35 ° C.

However, due to its fertility, the tree itself is rather short – it gives all of its strength to the clusters.


Publication date: 9/8/2014
François du Perche a écrit le 18/05/2015 09:22 (ref msg # 48516 )
C'est assez unique : un noyer qui reste petit qui serait bien adapté aussi bien à la culture intensive qu'aux petits jardins et qui ferait des noix aux goût délicat. Ce serait intéressant d'en savoir plus.


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