It is very important to contact the walnut sapling roots with worm manure during planting, because EKOBIGSOL ORGANIC VERMICOMPOST is 0 organic. In the planting of walnut saplings, the application of the sapling pit, as well as the application of vermicompost in walnut trees is practical and easy too.

Thanks to both microorganisms, enzymes, plant nutrients and Coelom Fluid; EKOBIGSOL® ORGANIC VERMCOMPOST, which enriches the soil with organic matter, regulates the pH balance and biological structure of the soil, improves its physical structure, is help to the obtained more quality and resistance products.

Ekobigsol® %100 Organik Solucan Gübresi Cevizlerde Uygulanması;  Ekobigsol %100 Organik Katı Solucan Gübresi ve Ekobigsol %100 Organik Sıvı (Konsantre) Solucan Gübresi uygulaması olarak iki şekildedir.

September, October and November are the best times for the will be newly planted fringed root walnut saplings. Planting in the tubular seedlings can always be done. While planting fringed root or tube walnut saplings, 1-1.5 kg of Ekobigsol® Organic Solid Worm Fertilizer should be applied to the seedling pit by contact with the root and water should be given.

For the walnut trees, kg of Ekobigsol®️ Organic Solid Vermicompost as much as the tree's leaf projection (crown projection), that is, the root development diameter should be applied . Leaf projection diameter is about 15 cm deep, 15 cm in diameter should be dug in the form of a circle or by pulling crow's feet, and the contact of the fertilizer with the air and sun should be avoided by applying solid worm manure. Then, moisturizing should be done.

The application of Ekobigsol® Liquid (Concentrated) Vermicompost on walnut trees; Water should be applied to the tree with drip irrigation at a rate of 1 Lt per decare approximately 10 days after the beginning of walking. If there is no drip irrigation, the same amount fertilizer should be applied to the root area and stem with a taral or back pump. Foliar application should be made 3 times with 400-450 cc / decare at intervals of 21 days. (during flowering, fruit setting and fruit growing period)