Walnut and almond saplings may be planted as naked root and tubed. Saplings with naked root must be planted between November and April. Tubed saplings may be planted in any month of the year. We must pay attention to avoid that the roots are coiled up and twisted. The root must not be planted as shallow or deep so as to leave an air gap in the soil. Capillary roots that are broken and jammed and the taproot are cleaned by cutting 2-3 cm from the bottom. The saplings that are tubed and covered must be planted absolutely after removing the nylon and containers. During plantation, it must be planted without dispersing the soil mass, in which the root system is placed.
Attention is paid to place the saplings into the pits in suitable sizes to be opened depending on the root structure, age, and length of the saplings, to compress the soil, and to give sap, in both plantations.
*Saplings must not be planted on days, on which frost is expected.
*Bottom of the saplings must be hoed again 4-5 days after the plantation, against soil shear.
*In must be ensured that the tall saplings are tied to a pole in order to prevent swinging due to wind.
Starting point of sapling cultivation is preparing for sapling plantation and planting the sapling. In case the supplied walnut saplings are not planted duly, then it causes the saplings to dry out and creates disappointment both for our farmers and investors.