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Added to http://www.hort.net/food/nuts/

   ALMOND BOARD OF CALIFORNIA

   This site claims that eating nuts 5 times a week cuts heart attack
   risks in half. It's easy to do with a little help from their gourmet
   recipe file (Mmmm... Apricot-almond tea bread!) and surprising news
   (to us at least) that almonds actually lower levels of LDL
   cholesterol (the bad kind) while preserving HDL cholesterol levels
   (the good kind). If you're a grower or foodservice professional the
   Almond Board can help you out too -- they provide links, tradeshow
   information, newsletters, growing tips and calendars, and a list of
   almond suppliers.

      http://www.almond.org/

Added to http://www.hort.net/turfgrass/

   AMPAC SEED COMPANY

   "Ampac Seed Company is a worldwide wholesale supplier of quality
   turfgrass and forage seeds, providing many seed related services
   including contract production, varietal acquisition, and proprietary
   seed marketing." Their site includes "turfgrass information so thick
   you'll need a mower," all kinds of information about forage seeds,
   links, and more.

      http://www.ampacseed.com/

Added to http://www.hort.net/food/

   UC FRUIT & NUT CENTER

   This "California Digital Orchard" is a collaboration between three
   California universities to conduct research on fruit and nut crops.
   They share their findings with the industry and growers, and via this
   Web site, with you! Their organizational scheme is unique and
   brilliant -- selecting a single crop immediately provides you with
   current research activities, pest management, past research, and
   project proposals about that crop. There's lots more here too,
   including lists of publications, archived California weather reports,
   and of course, links to other sites.

      http://fruitsandnuts.ucdavis.edu/


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