By the way, does anyone know where I can get RAW pistatio nuts? Those I have
seen for sale at a store always without fail have mixed in many rancid nuts.
I'd like to buy directly from the person who grows the trees and harvests the
nuts, so I could get them right off the tree, so to speak, not stored until
Joel Brooks Gruver wrote:
> Hello Edna and all others...
> Several years ago, a friend gave me a copy of the farm magazine "Farmer
> to Farmer", issue # 18, January-February 1997. This magazine is/was
> published 5 times a year by the Community Alliance with Family Farmers.
> Issue #18 has many great articles including one titled "New Tests of Soil
> Quality" (which I think is why my friend gave me a copy) and one titled
> "Do Pistachios require inputs every year ?" I would definitely recommend
> that anyone interested in ecologically based Pistachio production should
> contact the author of the article, Max Stevenson. His e-mail in 1997 was
> The cover article of Issue #18 is about the BIOS
> (Biologically Integrated Orchard Systems) program. The BIOS program
> sounds really excellent. I would definitely recommend that anyone
> interested in ecologically based tree crop production in California or
> similar climate should contact BIOS at email@example.com.
> Joel Gruver
> Center for Agriculture, Food and Environment
> Tufts University
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