Q&As Pistachio Tree

What is Pistachio Tree’s root depth?

The average root depth of a mature pistachio tree is 10 feet (3 meters). However, the root width can sometimes exceed 23-26 feet (7-8 meters).

Do Pistachio Trees flower?

Yes.

Do Pistachio Trees need a Pollinator?

Pollen from male trees is transferred to female trees by wind or by humans (artificial pollination). Bees and other insects are not beneficial and they can deteriorate the pollination of pistachio trees.

Do you have a question regarding pistachio tree? Please share your question in the comments below. We will make our best to answer as soon as possible.

1.) Pistachio Tree Information

2.) How to grow Pistachio Tree from nut

3.) Starting a Pistachio Orchard

4.) Pistachio Tree Growing Conditions

5.) Pistachio Tree Propagation and Pollination

6.) Pistachio Tree Soil Conditions and Preparation

7.) Pistachio Tree Planting

8.) Pistachio Tree Training and Pruning

9.) Pistachio Tree Fertilizer Requirements

10.) Pistachio Tree Water Requirements

11.) Pistachio Tree Harvest & Yields

12.) Pistachio Tree Diseases & Pests

13.) Q&As Pistachios

Do you have experience in Pistachio Tree cultivation? Please share your experience, methods and practices in the comments below. All the content you add will be soon reviewed by our agronomists. Once approved, it will be added to Wikifarmer.com and it will influence positively thousands of new and experienced farmers across the world.

This article is also available in: pt-brPortuguês arالعربية esEspañol

Wikifarmer Editorial Team
Wikifarmer Editorial Team

Wikifarmer is the greatest User Generated Online Farming Library. You can submit a new article, edit an existing article or just enjoy free access to hundreds of contemporary farming guides. The user bears sole responsibility for the use, evaluation, assessment and utilization of any information provided in this website.

Sign up for our Newsletter

Wikifarmer is the greatest User Generated Online Farming Library. You can submit a new article, edit an existing article or just enjoy free access to hundreds of contemporary farming guides

FOLLOW US ON