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The almond in Morocco



The almond in Morocco



HortTechnology 2(4): 488-492



Morocco accounts for about 2% of world almond production. The mild, mediterranean climate is well-suited to almond growing. The total area given over to almond cultivation was 104 000 ha in 1988-89, divided between traditional culture, which uses mainly trees grown from seedlings, and semi-intensive culture, where most of the trees are propagated from grafts.

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