I like that website that her stuff is on. It's loaded with good info and has been very informative.Paquebot said:Rockin'B, nice that you found Karen Delahaut's web entry on that. She's our annual speaker at the spring community garden meeting. She's also involved in growing lots of neat garlic as both UW and personal projects.
Here's another site with good juglone info:
You are welcome. I've had to refer to it many times. I have a ton of black walnuts on my place and had no idea about juglone before I killed half my garden last year.junie said:I planted corn and squash at the end of the garden, near the black walnut tree. They are both on the list as being juglone tolerant. Dumb luck.
Thanks for the link, Rockin'B. I'm printing it off for next year, in case my luck doesn't hold out.
We've got tons of black walnuts here, too. I even have to weed them out of my gardens. I planted my first herb bed under a walnut tree. Needless to say, everything died (I didn't know any better back then).Rockin'B said:You are welcome. I've had to refer to it many times. I have a ton of black walnuts on my place and had no idea about juglone before I killed half my garden last year.
I have Chinese chestnuts growing right next to black walnuts. Doesn't seem to bother them. They produce copious amounts of chestnuts.QuiltingLady2 said:I just planted 2 black walnuts down front. Going to plant 2 english walnuts next year and a chestnut tree next to them. They are about 30' apart. Hope that's far enough.