Walnuts

A walnut is the nut of any tree of the genus Juglans (Family Juglandaceae), particularly the Persian or English walnut, Juglans regia. A walnut is the edible seed of a drupe, and thus not a true botanical nut. It is commonly consumed as a nut. After full ripening for its edible seed when the shell has been discarded, it is used as a garnish or a snack. Nuts of the eastern black walnut (Juglans nigra) and butternuts (Juglans cinerea) are less commonly consumed.

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Energy, Groundwater, and Crop Choice

NBER · 22 April 2021 English

Groundwater is a key resource for agricultural production globally. Increasingly rapid aquifer drawdowns—as well as the policies intended to increase their sustainability—increase costs to agricultural producers, with unknown consequences. This …

crops, including almonds, artichokes, olives, and walnuts (California Department of Food and Agriculture and nut perennial crops are almonds, grapes, walnuts, pistachios, and oranges. The other perennials Almonds Winter Wheat Rice Cotton Corn Grapes Walnuts Pistachios 0 500 1000 1500 T h o u s a


Harnessing Forests as Pathways to Prosperity in Liberia : Policy Note

World Bank Group · 1 March 2021 English

Liberia is the most forested country in West Africa, with more than two thirds of its land surface covered by forest. In 2019, 47.5 percent of the Liberian households (HHs) …

men in the collection of tree bark and African walnuts. 19% 5% 7% 7% 9% 41% 31% 68% 12%


Harnessing Forests as Pathways to Prosperity in Liberia : Policy Note

World Bank Group · 1 March 2021 English

Liberia is the most forested country in West Africa, with more than two thirds of its land surface covered by forest. In 2019, 47.5 percent of the Liberian households (HHs) …

men in the collection of tree bark and African walnuts.


The future of crop protection in Europe

EPRS · 16 February 2021 English

The overall objective of the future of crop protection project is to present an overview of crop protection options for European farmers to enable them to work sustainably while securing …

important nut crops are chestnuts, hazelnuts and walnuts. 2.5.1. Apples Apples are produced for fresh


FAO Afghanistan Newsletter, April 2020 – Issue #20-21

FAO · 2021 English

This issue of newsletter highlights the most interesting accomplishment of the month of April through September 2020 of the year. FAO support rural communities in Kunar province to promote sustainable …

saplings that has allowed the communities to plant walnuts in the targeted areas and contribute to reforestation


Armenia-Georgia Border Regional Road (M6 Vanadzor-Bagratashen) Improvement Project: Corrective Action Plan

ADB · 26 July 2020 English

Social compliance audit reports describe project compliance with social safeguards requirements and include information on consultations and participation of affected people, as well as conclusions and recommendations. This document dated …

- - 12 12 Cherry - - 11 11 Peach - 2 2 4 Walnuts - 11 18 29 Fig - - 68 68 Mulberry - - 21 21 074 58,148 2 40 330 3 42,811 85,622 4 143,770 Walnuts - - - 11 137,376 1,733,456 18 30 1240 6 240,596


Moldova - Agriculture Competitiveness Project : Third Additional Financing : Environmental Assessment …

World Bank Group · 30 June 2020 English

The development objective of the Agriculture Competitiveness Project for Moldova is to enhance the competitiveness of the country’s agro-food sector by supporting the modernization of the food safety management system, …

6%), sun flower (by 38.9%), fruits, berries and walnuts (by 19.2%), potatoes (by 35.0%), livestock (by vegetables – 6.3% (6.7%), fruits, berries and walnuts – 8.0% (8.0%), grapes – 7.0% (8.1%). The animal vegetables – by 47 kt (19%), fruits, berries and walnuts - by 105 kt (22%) and grapes – by 16 kt (3%). -75%, grain maize - 72% and fruits, berries and walnuts - 65%. Over the 1990-2015 periods, the amount


Environmental and Social Impact Assessment Nurek Hydropower Rehabilitation Project Phase 2 (P173804)

World Bank Group · 22 June 2020 English

being partially vegetated with trees and shrubs (walnuts, sycamore and poplars), as shown on Figure 9


Environmental and Social Impact Assessment Nurek Hydropower Rehabilitation Project Phase 2 (P173804)

World Bank Group · 22 June 2020 English

being partially vegetated with trees and shrubs (walnuts, sycamore and poplars), as shown on Figure 9 and


Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF) Fourth Phase of the Central Asia …

World Bank Group · 4 June 2020 English

almonds, pears, pomegranates, mulberries, and walnuts grown in homesteads in addition to crops. Cotton


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