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black walnuts and black hills spruce

Posted by cdeck wi (My Page) on
Wed, May 17, 06 at 11:33

I have read several lists of trees and shrubs that are tolerant to the juglone toxicity caused by black walnuts, however, I have not found anything about whether black hills spruce are resistant or sensitive to juglone. Can the two species co-exist?
I have seen that Norway Spruce are juglone tolerant but I would prefer the black hills variety.

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RE: black walnuts and black hills spruce

Is "black hills" a cultivar of norway spruce? If so, I would hope it would inherit that tolerance as well.


Forgot to add you might want to post this question in the Trees forum or even the Conifer forum.

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