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Pistacia vera

Pistachio, Pistachio Nut

In Stock: 26.831 lb (Total:37.831lb)
  • Pistacia vera

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26.83 lb
11 lb
This lot is still in the shells


Germination test:
Cut (Full Seed)
Seeds per lb:
26.83 lb
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Growing Info

Scarification: Soak the seed in room temperature water for 24–48 hours.
Stratification: Roll seed loosely in damp (not wet) burlap, cloth towels, or paper towels and place the towels in plastic bags. Keep refrigerated at 33–36 °F for 6 weeks.
Germination: Remove bags from refrigerator and place at room temperature, between 70–90 °F, check seeds for root growth at least every other day and remove seeds from towels as early as possible after observing root growth and plant in soil.

Other: Keep in greenhouse until danger of frost is past. Transplant into larger containers as required. This a a method established by the UCDavis. (http://fps.ucdavis.ede) 

Pistachio nuts, also known as Pistacia vera, are a highly cherished culinary nut grown on small trees native to Syria, Iran, Turkey, Greece, and other regions of the Middle East. These nuts are high in antioxidants, unsaturated fats, vitamins, minerals, fiber, and carotenoids, making them a healthy addition to any diet. Pistachios need cold winters of at least 45℉ for dormancy, but not too cold. Their green kernels have a distinct and widely-appreciated flavor, making them a popular choice in ice cream, baked goods, salads, and as a snack or dessert nut. These trees are tolerant of saline soil, but require long, hot summers to properly ripen. Commercial production centers include Iran, Turkey, California, and Australia. Try these nutritious nuts today and experience their delicious taste and health benefits for yourself!

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