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Walnut trees have what they need to survive in the wild

| Les Harrison
Juglans nigra, as black walnuts are botanically identified, is a native tree with a variety of features and uses valued by humanity. The southern range of this tree is the non-coastal zones in counties of north Florida and is not adapted to coastal environs with sandy alkaline soils. It grows in the wild and planted […]

 

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