Growing black walnut trees
I have lost to many to count up to eight years, most after one year. I have not run a test on the soil and would like to know what the soil indication should be, what equipment to have to test, but mostly what to do. I want the trees but am getting tired of throwing my money away. Thank you Goose Creek, SC
Berkeley County South Carolina
I am not familiar with the growing requirements of black walnuts in South Carolina. I did notice on the map of the natural growing area for black walnuts that your area in South Carolina was not part of the natural growing area. I would suggest you contact the soil testing lab at Clemson University (email@example.com) for further information.