How Old Will a Black Walnut Tree Be Before it Produces Nuts?

Black walnut trees begin nut production at approximately 10 years old. The best nut production occurs after the tree ages past 30 years. Production increases with more sunlight, but can be sporadic. Expect good nut production in 2 of every 5 years the tree produces.

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