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Walnuts lead Jammu and Kashmir's drive towards going organic
by Mir Ehsan, Hindustan Times, Sonmulla (Kupwara)
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27 August 2018
On 27 August 2018 Hindustan Times reported:
Jammu and Kashmir has been on a mission to turn itself into a hub for organic farming and there are good results forthcoming as well. A fruit that has emerged as the star of the show is walnut. The cultivation of organic fruit has also seen a steady rise over the past decade. ... Officials claim that 80 percent of walnut produced in India comes from the villages of Kashmir and the kernel produced from Kashmiri walnuts are considered the world's best kernels, which prove lucrative in the international market.
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