Fertilizer-tree

Walnut Thinning , Pest Control and Fertilization

Thinning Walnut Thinning : Thinning reduces the stand so that growth is distributed to those trees you wish to keep for future products. Thinning should leave 25 to 30 trees per acre for nut production, and 75 to 100 trees per acre for lumber production. A thinning may be required two or more times during the life of the stand.Avoid thinning before trees reach a size at which they can...
walnut pruning practices

walnut pruning practices

--- walnut pruning practices --- walnut pruning practice : How intensively you manage the black walnut plantation depends on your objectives, time available, resources, and plantation size. Unlike site selection, management of black walnut is flexible, and many methods are available for managing the stand. Only basic methods are covered here. Thinning, pruning, and other...
Iran’s saffron ambition

Iran’s saffron ambition

Iran’s saffron ambition Iran’s saffron ambition : This country really needs a saffron strategy, a plan for turning its position as the world’s spice-crocus grower into profits for Iranian people. Iran now produces 96% of the world’s saffron, and both output and demand are on the rise. Iran Mania reports “Ten years ago a mere 32 tones of saffron were exported from Iran while last year 202 tones went abroad...
How i Cook Almond Cake

How i Cook Almond Cake

How i Cook Almond Cake : if you interested to bakery and cooking so you should  read this article to know How you can Cook a Delisues Almond Cake ! Please for more information or any inquiry click here …… ---! Almond Cake Recipe !--- 1/3 cups granulated sugar 3/4 cup almond paste (not marzipan)...
What is almond syrup and what are the benefits

What is almond syrup and what are the benefits

Almond syrup almond bloom | What is almond syrup and what are the benefits : Historically, almond syrup was an emulsion of sweet and bitter almonds usually made with barley syrup or in syrup of orange-flower water and sugar. Grocer's Encyclopedia notes that "Ten parts of sweet almonds are generally employed to three parts of...
Pruning and Irrigation fig trees

Pruning and Irrigation fig trees

Pruning and Irrigation fig trees Pruning fig trees Pruning and Irrigation fig trees : Training Figs are so important step. Normally figs are pruned very little. Do not prune mature Celeste and Alma trees because this reduces the crop size. Estahban Ever-bearing produces a fair crop following heavy winter pruning. To stimulate new growth, thin...
the fig wasp

Fig wasp

Fig wasp   The family as presently defined is polyphyletic, including several unrelated lineages whose similarities are based upon their shared association with figs; efforts are underway to resolve the matter, and remove a number of constituent groups to other families, particularly the Pteromalidae and Torymidae. Thus, the number of genera in the family is...
vitis vinifera and Vitaceae the scientific names of grape fruit

vitis vinifera and Vitaceae the scientific names of grape fruit

---! vitis vinifera and Vitaceae the scientific names of grape fruit !--- scientific names of grape fruit : • Vitis vinifera L • Vitaceae Please for more information or any inquiry click here …… [caption id="attachment_15115" align="aligncenter" width="673"] vitis vinifera and Vitaceae the scientific names of grape fruit[/caption] Description of Raisin : Raisin : the Raisin comes from the Latin racemes and means "a cluster of grapes or berries". Cultured...
Risk factors and loss prevention

Risk factors and loss prevention

--- RF Temperature ( Risk factors Temperature ) --- Risk factors Temperature : Pistachio nuts require particular temperature, humidity/moisture and ventilation conditions for this reason, precise details should always be obtained from the consignor as to the travel temperature to be maintained. The stated travel temperature of 0°C is the ideal temperature for achieving the longest possible storage life, but higher travel temperatures (5 - 25°C) are feasible (depending upon the...
pistachio history

Pistachio History | Iran Is Pistachio Homelands

Pistachio history  : The original homelands of the pistachio were Asia Minor (now Turkey), Iran, Syria, Lebanon and a bit north to the Caucasus in southern Russia and Afghanistan. Please for more information or any inquiry click here …… ---!  Pistachio history  !--- Archeologists have found evidence in a dig site at Jerome, near northeastern Iraq, that pistachio nuts were a common food as early as 6750 BCE. Then, for...