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THERE are two main species grown in the UK, the common walnut (Juglans regia) and the black (Juglans niger).
Butternut contains about 40 percent more oil than the common walnut, and Nepalese like to use the oil for cooking, Cambier said.
In Europe, the Common Walnut has been grown for many hundreds of years and the trees can reach up to 100ft.
Like many others, the company is dropping ozone-depleting air-conditioning refrigerant in another move, Audi is now trimming its interior with a more common walnut rather than the endangered Canadian elm; this after discarding the rain-forest-grown zebrano wood a few years back.