UKTC Archive

Re: Walnut

Subject: Re: Walnut
From: andy johnson
Date: Mar 08 2001 18:47:30
Chris

I saw one like it once, also in Germany (Berlin). I have also come across a
few other interesting deformities. I remember theorising for a moment at the
time about the cause, then carried on felling the tree. Busy contractor and
all that.

Certainly a unusual but not unknown.

und, wie schmecket es?

Mit freundlichem Gruss

Andy.



----- Original Message -----
From: "Chris Skellern" <skellern@xxxxxxxxxx.co.uk>
To: "UK Tree Care" <uktc@xxxxxxxxx.co.uk>
Sent: Thursday, March 08, 2001 9:12 AM
Subject: Walnut


Can anyone help this guy with information?

Chris Skellern.


----- Original Message -----
From: Klaus Benz <nbenz@xxxxxx.worldonline.co.uk>
To: <skellern@xxxxxxxxxx.co.uk>
Sent: 17 February 2001 20:17
Subject: Interesting Walnut.


I am not sure if yours is the actual department for my enquiry but if not
please accept my apology for troubling you. My interest is the following:
I have recently come across a walnut that has its shell made in three
distinct sections. I am interested if this is an unusual occurrence. The
actual nut which came from the Blackforest in Germany is still intact and
in
my possession. I'm attaching a jpeg coloured picture of the nut to give
more
details.
Your reply on this point would be most interesting.
With kind regards,

Nikolaus J. Benz




----------------------------------------------------------------------
----




The UK Tree Care mailing list - http://uktc.oak-wood.co.uk/
To unsubscribe send mailto:unsubscribe-uktc@xxxxxxxxx.co.uk



The UK Tree Care mailing list - http://uktc.oak-wood.co.uk/
To unsubscribe send mailto:unsubscribe-uktc@xxxxxxxxx.co.uk