Vina walnut, with an early-to-midseason harvest and high lateral fruitfulness, bears high-quality, medium-sized pointed nuts with well-sealed shells, though the percentage of light-colored kernels is relatively low. Vina is well-adapted to areas with hot summers and, like many early-leafing California selections, is moderately susceptible to walnut blight and codling moth. This medium-sized, rounded tree is highly productive with moderate vigor.
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Medium-sized pointed nuts, well-sealed shells. Relatively low percentage of light-colored kernels. Highly productive, tolerates hot summers.
- Estimated Chilling Requirement
700-1000 hours below 45°F
Partly self-fruitful; pollenized by Chico, Chandler, Howard and Tehama.
- Harvest Season within fruit type
- Harvest Dates
September 14 to September 29