The almond industry of Mexico Public Deposited

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  • Almond growth has recently been initiated in Mexico in the effort to realize commercial production. This research paper is an evaluation of the physical environment conditions which favor almond production and an attempt to apply them to Mexico. It is shown that areas in the Northwest and Central Plateau are suitable for Almond growing. Inasmuch as Mexico currently is importing $850,000 worth of almonds the paper suggests that domestic production would be desirable.
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