Nut Trees require fertile Soil for good growth
Walnuts grow best in deep, well drained, fertile soils. Because walnut has deep roots, orchard locations should have at least 5-6 feet of permeable soil. Shallow soils, or areas with high water tables, should be avoided when planting an orchard. The English walnut thrives in a moderate, temperate climate and has limited tolerance to low temperatures in winter. Early fall frosts or severe winter freezing can kill entire branches and result in substantial damage. The structure of young trees can be severely damaged if the scaffolds are killed by cold temperatures. Late spring frosts can reduce fruit set by damaging flowers or young nuts.
HumuX L+H Liquid Extract, increases water holding capacity of the soil, reducing irrigation frequency, and increasing stress tolerance during harsh conditions. It can be added to your scheduled nutrition program and will serve as a tool of making nutrients delivery more efficient over an extended period.