Mechanical harvesting of Jojoba
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Hilgardia 30(1):8-9. DOI:10.3733/ca.v030n01p8. January 1976.
If jojoba could be pruned to resemble tree-like plants recently found growing wild in Baja California, nuts could be harvested with existing equipment, making commercial jojoba plantations economically feasible.
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