“Walnuts have a green husk around the shells. When the husks turn a yellow-green and begin to split, they are ready to harvest (usually by mid-September),” says Matt Mariani of the Mariani Nut Co.
“Walnuts have a green husk around the shells. When the husks turn a yellow-green and begin to split, they are ready to harvest (usually by mid-September),” says Matt Mariani of the Mariani Nut Co. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
“Walnuts have a green husk around the shells. When the husks turn a yellow-green and begin to split, they are ready to harvest (usually by mid-September),” says Matt Mariani of the Mariani Nut Co. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com

Growing next generation of farmers in Winters

October 15, 2014 5:00 AM

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