Almond meats and hulls: New and improved uses for larger-sized meats and for hulls subjects of investigations
W. V. Cruess
California Agriculture 3(12):6-12. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v003n12p6.
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Ten times more almonds are being produced annually in California than in 1915, and imports of shelled almonds from southern Europe have increased greatly since World War II.
W. V. Cruess is Professor of Food Technology and Biochemist in the Experiment Station, Berkeley.
For a report on the use of almond hulls as a feed for dairy cattle and lambs, see “Almond Hulls,” by Robert F. Miller, June, 1949, CALIFORNIA AGRICULTURE.