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Insufficient spring irrigation increases abnormal splitting of pistachio nuts



Insufficient spring irrigation increases abnormal splitting of pistachio nuts



California Agriculture 55(3): 28-31



Abnormal pistachio (Pistacia vera) nuts, known as early-split nuts have both the hull and shell split while still on the tree, exposing the kernel to invasion by insects and moulds. Commercial pistachio orchards in California were surveyed during harvesting from 1991-93 to determine typical incidences of early-split nuts.

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