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A double row alley-cropping system for establishing nut orchardsAuthor(s): Jerry Van Sambeek; William Reid
Source: MNGA (Missouri Nut Growers Association) Newsletter. 17(4): 11-14.
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Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionOne of the greatest deterrents to establishing a new nut orchard is the long period of time it takes from tree planting to first commercial nut harvest. At the Pecan Experiment Field, a pecan or walnut must grow ten seasons or more and maybe a little less for Chinese chestnuts before the trees produces enough nuts to warrant mechanical harvesting.
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CitationVan Sambeek, Jerry; Reid, William. 2017. A double row alley-cropping system for establishing nut orchards. MNGA (Missouri Nut Growers Association) Newsletter. 17(4): 11-14.
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