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[permaculture] Re: pine nuts
here in Mexico we call these little nuts "piņones" (with a tilde over the first n). Don't know their scientifical name, but perhaps this helps somebody along to identify them correctly.
> I am looking for information about a species of pine that produces small
> edible nuts. I'd like to incorporate such a plant in our setup as both a
> evergreen barrier/windbreak as well as for its ability to produce an
> edible crop.
> From what I've read so far, it seems most commercial sources of pine
> nuts seem to be growth in Nevada or sw USA. I am in the midwest USA
> (Ohio) and am hoping a variety of this tree will grow here.
> Your experiences, recommended cultivars, nursery sources, etc would be
> most appreciated.
> Thanks in advance,
> Greg E.
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