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"Recovering" hazel tree to produce nuts


 
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 24, 2011 4:02 pm    Post subject: "Recovering" hazel tree to produce nuts Reply with quote

Hi all,
In the backyard of the house where I live there's a beautiful hazel tree, which, judging by the size, must be several years old. The other day I had to cut several branches out of it, as they were getting in the way (some were very old and dry, some very thin and young), then an idea came to my mind: would it be possible to "prune it in shape" and get decent nuts out of it? At the moment it produces hazelnuts already, but they are the size of a pea and very "flat"; I'm absolutely ignorant about the topic, any help is very welcome. If needed I can take pictures to show the location. Smile
Thanks in advance for the information.
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