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Truffle Inoculated Trees

We produce variety kind of truffle inoculated plants. 

Feel free to contact for your planting needs.

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Oak Trees

We produce Holly oaks and English oaks inoculated with Tuber Melanosporum (Perigord).

We also produce Garry oaks inoculated with North American Native Truffle.

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Hazelnut Trees

We produce Yamhill Hazelnut inoculated with Tuber Melanosporum (Perigord), Tuber Aestivum (Burgundy).

Yamhill is a new hazelnut (Corylus avellana L.) that is smaller in size but very productive and completely resistant to eastern filbert blight".

It was developed and evaluated by the hazelnut breeding program at Oregon State University.

More information on Yamhill

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Greenspire Linden Trees

We produce Greenspire Linden inoculated with Tuber melanosporum (Perigord), Tuber aestivum (Burgundy), and Tuber borchii (bianchetto).

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Other Truffle Trees

We produce Douglass fir and Pecan plantings inoculated with North American Native Truffles.

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Douglass Fir

Pseudotsuga menziesii

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Pecan

Carya illinoinensis

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Inoculation

Truffle trees to plant truffle orchards have been inoculated with truffle spores and

controlled to harbor the selected truffle species. Truffles are grown by planting inoculated tree

plants, which can be produced by Alpine Truffle, LLC. We also help with soil analysis to ensure that the

planting is done in the right place. Then it is important to follow up the planting when we provide

advice on care and we also help with the control of mycorrhiza by root sampling.

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Quality Checks

Alpine Truffle, LLC certifies nursery production of truffle plants to ensure truffle plants with good

colonization of truffle mycorrhiza.

Good quality plantations for truffle colonization are an essential for future production of truffles in the crop. Quality control is done to ensure that the plant forms mycorrhiza with truffles and that a sufficient proportion of the roots carry truffle mycorrhiza. Great importance is also given to detecting and avoiding mycorrhiza from competing fungi, which may otherwise take over in truffle cultivation.

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Planted

Plantes are planted and maintained

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