Farm Trees

How To Roast Pistachios In The Oven?

How To Roast Raw Pistachio Nuts?

There’s no denying that pistachios are delicious. Used in both sweet and savory foods or simply as a delicious snack, these versatile nuts are a sure winner. Store-bought nuts can have additives we don’t necessarily want to eat, so the best solution is to buy raw pistachio nuts and roast them yourself. Learn how to … Read more

What Is Pistachio Butter Made Of?

How To Make Pistachio Butter?

If you enjoy eating pistachio nuts and aren’t lucky enough to have your own trees, then you’ll know just how expensive they can be. This doesn’t differ when it comes to Pistachio Butter either. Store-bought versions also have a hefty price tag. My budget-happy idea is to make your own; even buying pistachios can save … Read more

How Are Pistachios Harvested & Processed?

How Pistachio Nuts Are Harvested And Processed?

Historically, many farmers were put off growing pistachios due to their high processing costs. Today, the number of commercial growers is increasing due to a changing climate and soil nutrient depletion that is tolerated by pistachio trees, high market value, and booming pistachio demand from consumers. But just how are pistachio nuts harvested and processed, … Read more

Differences Between A Pecan Tree And A Walnut Tree?

Pecan Tree Vs Walnut Tree: Side By Side

Pecan and Hickory are both members of the Walnut family. Despite this, there are some pretty big differences as well as many similarities between pecan trees vs. walnut trees. In this article, we will explore these in more detail. This may help you decide which type of tree to plant, or what nut, or to … Read more

Can You Estimate The Age Of A Tree?

How To Tell The Age Of A Pecan Tree?

The best method by which to tell the age of a pecan tree depends on exactly how precise you wish to be. The ideal method is to fell the tree and then count all the growth rings. Generally, this approach is probably a little too dramatic, and there are other alternatives that can give you … Read more

Will Aphids Kill A Pecan Tree?

Why Is My Pecan Tree Dripping Sap?

It is a common misconception when people see a sap-like substance on the trunk, leaves, or ground surrounding their pecan tree that the tree itself is dripping sap. In reality, this sap is not coming from the tree at all but from an infestation of aphids living on the tree’s leaves. These tiny insects secrete … Read more

Do You Need More Than One Pecan Tree To Produce Nuts?

How To Treat Pecan Tree Diseases?

Pecans are one of the few commercially farmed nuts in North America. They are a native tree to the US and are considered to be a valuable commodity. Pecan trees suffer from pests and diseases that can negatively affect the nut quality. Home growers should also be aware of this and know how to diagnose … Read more

How To Stop A Mulberry Tree From Fruiting

How To Sterilize A Mulberry Tree?

If you want a mulberry tree in your yard but don’t want all the mess of the fruit, then the best solution is to plant a male, fruitless variety. If there is already a mulberry tree and it is causing problems with its fruit, then pruning or applying chemical treatments may be the only answer … Read more

How Long Do Mulberries Last Once Picked?

How To Harvest Mulberry {Explained!}

Mulberry trees produce dark, juicy, sweet-tasting berries that are perfect for making jams, wines, desserts, and sauces. The berries don’t ripen all at the same time and, once ready for eating, start falling from the tree. Due to their soft and delicate nature, they require harvesting daily before they spoil. We’ll take a look at … Read more

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