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Production, harvesting, utilization, and marketing of eastern black walnut nuts - an industrial viewpoint


, : Production, harvesting, utilization, and marketing of eastern black walnut nuts - an industrial viewpoint. Continuing quest for quality: proceedings of the fourth Black Walnut Symposium, held at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, Illinois, 30 July 2 August 1989: 242-247

The present resource of Juglans nigra is discussed in terms of its commercial range and growing stock volume, the nut processing industry, harvesting of nuts and constraints of a wild crop.

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