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Less is better when pruning in a walnut orchard

Issue Date: March 23, 2016
By Bob Johnson

An ongoing University of California study on walnut training continues to show after eight years that the most efficient approach is to choose a strong leader and head the trees at four or five feet at planting, and then eliminate pruning except for removal of low limbs that would get in the way of tractors or shakers.

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