New moisture meter could curb overdrying of walnuts
AuthorsJames F. Thompson
Joseph A. Grant
Authors AffiliationsJ. F. Thompson is Extension Agricultural Engineer, UC Davis; J. A. Grant is UC Cooperative Extension Farm Advisor, San Joaquin County.
Hilgardia 46(2):31-34. DOI:10.3733/ca.v046n02p31. March 1992.
Tests of a new walnut moisture meter showed that it could help dryer operators prevent over-drying, which in turn would reduce drying time, decrease energy costs and increase revenue.
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