This document comes from the Center for Agroforestry at the University of Missouri. There's really not much difference between growing various species of chestnut trees. The main difference comes from the goal of the grower. Typically, Chinese chestnut trees are grown for commercial nut production, an end goal that often requires specific cultural practices that may differ slightly from other end goals. Still, several best management methods may be gleaned from any document such as this, where there is certainly more than one way to do anything. Note, too, a good section on good pruning methodology.