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A common hazelnut tree producing Burgundy truffles
This common hazel truffle plant is obtained after controlled and certified mycorrhization of a common hazel tree (Corylus avellana) with Burgundy truffle spores (Tuber uncinatum). The tree obtained is ready to be planted in your truffle field. It will produce its first truffles within 4 to 5 years.
In order to meet your expectations, our common hazel truffle plants, mycorhized with the Burgundy truffle, are available in 4 sizes of cups:
- in anti-chignon® R430 cup of 0.43 liters
- in anti-chignon® R600 cup of 0.6 liters
- in anti-chignon® R1.5L cup of 1.5 liters
- in R3L container (volume of 3 liters)
Common hazelnut's truffle-growing abilities
Hardy (up to -25°C) and very vigorous, the common hazelnut (Corylus avellana) is an excellent truffle plant as long as it is planted in a very calcareous soil (pH higher than 7.5) and well drained to avoid excess humidity. It can grow in almost all climates, but is particularly suited to dry regions where rain is rare, except in the Mediterranean basin. A fast-growing perennial shrub, the common hazelnut tree can easily establish itself up to the mountains (1700 m) on well exposed slopes (sun to half-shade). Its only requirement is its liveliness, which requires regular pruning (every 2 to 3 years) to ensure good light between the branches. Finally, let us note that the hazelnut tree has the advantage of producing a double harvest. It is indeed the only fruit and truffle plant since it produces truffles in addition to its nuts.
About the Burgundy truffle (Tuber uncinatum)
This is likely the most common edible truffle variety in Europe. This autumn truffle is distinguished by its black exterior (peridium). Inside, the flesh is dark brown. And it is distinguished by its very present white veins. The Burgundy truffle is an edible mushroom prized for its delicate flavors. As its vernacular name suggests, the Burgundy truffle was historically found mainly in east-central France. While it has since spread very widely well beyond this region, in France, Burgundy, Champagne, and Lorraine and Alsace remain the regions favored by Tuber uncinatum.
The Robin hazel truffle plants
Our truffle hazel plants are produced in our laboratories under the control and license of INRAE. These plants are then pampered for many months in our nurseries. Quality plants, carefully selected, it is the guarantee to obtain a good yield after only a few years.
The plants raised in ROBIN ANTI-CHIGNON® buckets are subject to a guarantee of recovery in the event of failure to recover more than 20% of the plants delivered. Under this guarantee, the seller undertakes to replace free of charge the defective plants during the season following the actual observation by the seller of the defective delivered plants.
- Host species
- Seedling host
- Common hazel (Corylus avellana)
- Burgundy truffle
- Cold hardiness
- Down to -25°C
- Drought tolerance
- Soil type
- Soil nutritivity
- Moderately rich
- Preferred exposure
- In the sun
- Max. altitude
- Up to 1700 m
- Growth speed
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