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What is the best climate to grow chestnuts?

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Sep 20, 2021
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Jinwoo Cheon
Sep 20, 2021
Edited By
Jinwoo Cheon
The best climate for growing chestnuts is one with a long, warm growing season and moderate winters, although the trees can survive in a variety of conditions.

Chestnut trees thrive in warm, temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. Although the trees can tolerate a variety of environments and climates, a long, warm growing season and mild winters are ideal. As for the soil, a deep, sandy, well-drained soil with a 5 to 6.5 pH level is best for chestnut trees. Planting on gently sloping fertile land is best and should avoid heavy clay soils.


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