Cisco is an extremely late leafing, laterally fruitful walnut. Due to its moderate yield, Cisco is mainly used as a pollenizer for Chandler and Howard walnuts. In growth habit, the tree is semi-upright and relatively small. The Cisco nut and kernel are similar to Franquette, but slightly larger. Kernel color can be variable.
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Late leafing, relatively small tree, used as pollenizer for Chandler and Howard. Nut and kernel similar to Franquette.
- Estimated Chilling Requirement
700-1000 hours below 45°F
- Harvest Season within fruit type
- Harvest Dates
October 1 to October 15