Varieties

Wichita

Precocious variety, very productive and of high quality of fruits, presenting these a medium size.

Western Schley

Variety adapted to more arid areas. It presents an early entry into production, presenting medium-sized fruits with a thin shell.

Pawnee

Small variety. Considered a good pollinator. It produces medium-large fruits.

Norteña

Mexican variety of early germination. Outstanding in production and quality of the walnut. The trees have excellent vigor. Yields of 1.2 to 3.1 t/ha, exceeding Western’s production.

Badour

Variety emerged in 2005 from the selection of plant material originated in the state of Sonora. With flowering similar to Wichita but has greater vigor. The fruit yield is around 60%, with around 100 walnuts per kilogram.

Navaho

Variety of great vigor and early pollination. Susceptible to scabies.