chestnut tree


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These chestnut trees produce an edible nut, commonly referred to as the chestnut, which widely is popular around the world.
The horse chestnut trees are starting to drop and you're bound to find some great conkers in amongst the dead leaves.
The landowner was adamant about showing me what remained of the chestnut trees he'd planted only a year before.
Experts won't know for certain if the trees are a success, or close to the original American chestnuts, for roughly 50 years, the time it takes for a chestnut tree to grow to 100 feet.
Before a fungal blight ((Cryphonectria parasitica)) effectively wiped out the American chestnut tree population in the eastern United States, there once were nutrient-rich American chestnut (Castanea dentata) trees supporting communities through food and industry, blanketing the landscape with all the prominence of large trees with broad crowns.
After three crossings of American chestnut tree genetic material with genes from a blight-resistant Asian species, scientists have succeeded in producing a hybrid chestnut that is more than 90 percent the original thing.
marketed a line of chestnut food products in seven Whole Foods divisions as part of his commitment to re-establish the chestnut tree in America.
Sean Tobin and Danny Andrews both completed hat-tricks for Chemicals in their 9-2 charge at Craven Arms while Athletic finally subdued Chestnut Tree Reserves 9-5.
Now Professor Hugh Evans, who leads the project for Forest Research in Wales, says the horse chestnut tree itself is in jeopardy because the leaf miner bug disfigures horse chestnut tree leaves as it feeds by "mining" inside them, causing the leaves to go brown in mid or late summer.
Now Professor Hugh Evans, who leads a project for Forest Research in Wales, says the horse chestnut tree itself is in jeopardy because the leaf miner bug disfigures its leaves as it feeds by "mining" inside them, causing the leaves to go brown in mid or late summer.
Last week Jennifer Jennings asked for advice on moving her 18in chestnut tree.
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It was a success, and the cross now bears his name--the Dunstan Chestnut--the only chestnut tree to have a plant patent.
London, Oct 5( ANI ): Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli once again displayed his childish side after he had a game of conkers with a neighbourhood boy after stopping to ask a group of kids and dads why they were shaking a horse chestnut tree.
Back in the halcyon days though, finding the gems hidden under piles of leaves was a real treat - and any poor horse chestnut tree on the way home from school was very likely to be stripped bare of its conkers in the first flush of autumn.