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Separation of Blank Pistachio Nuts by Mechanical Harvesting

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J. C. Crane, University of California
J. J. Dunning, University of California

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California Agriculture 29(11):6-7.

Published November 01, 1975

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: The pistachio nut tree (Pistacia Vera L.), which is native to the Mid-East and Central Asia, was introduced into California in the :arly part of this century. Commercial plantings were few and small inti1 the last several years, but -here are now over 1,000 acres in xoduction and about 23,000 acres will come into bearing in the next l to 4 years. The majority of the dantings are in Kern and Kings, ounties, with some over 2,000 icres in size.

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Separation of Blank Pistachio Nuts by Mechanical Harvesting

J. C. Crane, J. J. Dunning
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Separation of Blank Pistachio Nuts by Mechanical Harvesting

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Authors

J. C. Crane, University of California
J. J. Dunning, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 29(11):6-7.

Published November 01, 1975

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: The pistachio nut tree (Pistacia Vera L.), which is native to the Mid-East and Central Asia, was introduced into California in the :arly part of this century. Commercial plantings were few and small inti1 the last several years, but -here are now over 1,000 acres in xoduction and about 23,000 acres will come into bearing in the next l to 4 years. The majority of the dantings are in Kern and Kings, ounties, with some over 2,000 icres in size.

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