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    How to grow your own Nuts

    £24.99

    This comprehensive book covers all aspects of growing, harvesting, processing and using nuts. Filled with gorgeous images of trees and nuts of different varieties, this book is a treat for any gardener.


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    Chestnuts: Producton and Culture

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    by Martin Crawford 1st Edition, November 1995. ISBN 1-874275-26-2. A5, 52 pages.. A complete guide to growing chestnuts, mainly for nut production but includes coppice production. Subjects covered include different chestnut species , silviculture and coppice, flowering and pollination, nut types and uses, rootstocks, mycorrhizas, planting, intercrops, pruning, feeding and irrigation, production and harvesting, processing of nuts, diseases and pests, propagation, chestnut cultivars in Europe and North America, cultivars for the UK, sources – nurseries, equipment suppliers etc. The first comprehensive guide to chestnut cultivation in the English language, this is essential reading for anybody interested in growing chestnuts on a small or large scale.


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    Hazelnuts: Producton and Culture

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    by Martin Crawford, 1st Edition, November 1995. ISBN 1-874275-27-0. A5, 27 pages.. A complete guide to growing hazels, both for nut production and coppice pole production. Includes details of pollination, siting, pruning, harvesting, processing , storage and cultivars. A comprehensive guide to growing hazelnuts.


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    Nutshell Guide to Growing Hazelnuts

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    by Clive Simms, Orchard House Books, 2006. ISBN 0-9544607-5-8. 36 pp. £3.50.. An excellent introduction for anybody thinking about growing hazelnuts in Britain. Written in plain language, it covers pollination, siting, buying a tree, a selection of varieties, planting and tree protection, feeding and pruning, pests and diseases, and harvesting.


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    Walnuts: Producton and Culture

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    by Martin Crawford, 1st Edition, February 1996. ISBN 1-874275-28-9. A5, 28 pages.. A complete guide to growing walnuts, both for the valuable timber and for nut production. Includes walnut silviculture and uses, rootstocks, siting and planting, feeding and irrigation, pruning, pollination, harvesting, cultivar selection, extensive cultivar notes, nut processing, pests and diseases, propagation and sources. A comprehensive guide to walnut growing in Britain and other temperate climates.


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    Nutshell Guide to Growing Walnuts

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    by Clive Simms, Orchard House Books, 2003. ISBN 0-9544607-0-7. 32 pp. £2.99.. This is a good starter for anybody thinking about growing walnuts in Britain. Written in plain language, it covers pollination, siting, buying a tree, a selection of walnut varieties, planting and tree protection, feeding and pruning, pests and diseases, and harvesting.