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New pecans for California

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G. Steven Sibbett, University of California
Tommy E. Thompson
Nick Troiani

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California Agriculture 41(11):27-30.

Published November 01, 1987

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Pecan is develouine as a crou of economic importance in California. A major portion of the state's approximately 2,550 acres of pecans is planted in the southern San Joaquin Valley (Fresno, Tulare, and Kern counties), where the summer is hot and dry and the fall normally rainless, facilitating late harvest of the crop. Smaller acreages occur in adjoining counties, and additional acreage is being planted in northern California. Several pecan shelling and processing facilities now exist in California, and the industry includes an Association of Pecan Growers.

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New pecans for California

G. Steven Sibbett, Tommy E. Thompson, Nick Troiani
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New pecans for California

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Authors

G. Steven Sibbett, University of California
Tommy E. Thompson
Nick Troiani

Publication Information

California Agriculture 41(11):27-30.

Published November 01, 1987

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Pecan is develouine as a crou of economic importance in California. A major portion of the state's approximately 2,550 acres of pecans is planted in the southern San Joaquin Valley (Fresno, Tulare, and Kern counties), where the summer is hot and dry and the fall normally rainless, facilitating late harvest of the crop. Smaller acreages occur in adjoining counties, and additional acreage is being planted in northern California. Several pecan shelling and processing facilities now exist in California, and the industry includes an Association of Pecan Growers.

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