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California almond markets and reserve strategies analysed

California Agriculture 45(4): 18-21
California almond markets and reserve strategies analysed
California is the world's largest producer of almonds, annually producing from half to three quarters of the world's total supply. Almonds are California's most important tree fruit or nut crop and ninth most important agricultural commodity overall. Two thirds of the crop are exported. The flow of almonds to the market is regulated through almond reserves. Two types of reserve are used: a non-allocated reserve is used to distribute crop between marketing years or across months within a year.

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