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This upright growing walnut tree produces large crops of nuts with smooth shells that are light in colour and thickness. The kernel inside the nut has a mild flavour and is easily extracted in halves. It has a high kernel yield. This variety originated from the University of California in 1979 named after the Professor of Pomology, W.H. Chandler.
• Pollination Group: planting one, preferably 2, other varieties nearby assists pollination; pollinate with Franquette
• Uses: eating, cooking, drying
• Harvest: mid-late season, i.e. April to May
• Chill requirement: about 700 hours
• Features: grafted tree; thin shells easy to crack