Fruits in the panicle are 1-2 and the shell is a medium-thick, less rough, oval-shaped variety. The fruit weight is 16 g, its internal ratio is 49%. The fat ratio is 70%, the protein ratio is 23%, and it is easy to separate from the shell. It is generally recommended to be cultivated in coastal ecologies. It is suitable for dry and fresh walnuts. It is dusted with early flowering Yalova-4, Kaplan-86 and Shebin varieties. It is harvested in mid-September.
Fruits in the panicle consists of 2-3. It is thin-shelled and has an oval fruit shape. The fruit weight is 13 g, with an internal yield of 53%. The fat rate is 69% and the protein rate is 21% and it is suitable for dry walnuts. It is easy to separate from the shell. It is suitable for cultivation in coastal areas. It blooms early. It is dusted with Yalova-1, Bilecik and Tokat-1 (60 TU-1) varieties. It is harvested in late September.
The broad, steeply branched tree develops at medium strength. It can grow especially in our coastal areas. It blooms early. Fruits consist of 2-5. The fruit is plump and easily separated from the shell. Grain weight is 13 g, internal ratio is 52%, fat ratio is 69%, protein ratio is 17%. It is suitable to be consumed as a dry Walnut. It is dusted with Yalova-1 and Kaplan-86 varieties. It is harvested in late September.