(California Walnut Commission) The National Agricultural Statistics Service predicts a 2013 California walnut crop of 495,000 short tons; slightly lower than last year’s crop. “We enjoyed a warm, dry spring which will allow us to harvest up to a week earlier than the 2012 crop,” says California Walnut Commission (CWC) Chairman Donald Norene. “We are expecting good quality, plentiful walnuts for our customers around the world.” Get the  latest ...

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