Wildlife-attracting Chinese chestnuts hit market this fall April 18, 2011 Alabama

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Wildlife-attracting Chinese chestnuts hit market this fall April 18, 2011 Alabama Southeast Farm Press

An Auburn University research project that began more than 75 years ago has yielded six new Chinese chestnut varieties and two dwarf cultivars that have been selectively bred to drop an abundance of high-quality nuts in succession from late August through November, providing a continuous high-energy food source for wildlife throughout the fall.... Macon County nursery will introduce limited supplies of both the deer and the turkey Chinese chestnut packages to the market later this year.

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