Walnut

1. Introduction Walnut belongs to Juglandaceae that prefer one of the temperatures of nut fruits to some extent. Persian walnut is one of the important that grown nut in India. In some of the areas, t…

Raisin

1. Introduction Raisin is the most popular components that are used for food product and provide in a different source. For a reason, in Indian demand is quite high as compared to another place in the…

Prunes

1. Introduction Plum fruit is quite well known in India as a name of “Aloobukara.” It’s commercial cultivation of the tree, which is medium in size and normally pruned to 5 to 6 m he…

PISTACHIO

1. Introduction In India, pistachio cultivation mainly grown for its edible nuts and other pistachio tree belongs to the member of cashew family. It is mainly originated from central Asia and Middle E…

Pine Nuts

1. Introduction Pines nuts are a staple which is used for indigenous cuisine and have migrated to different regions of the country. These nuts are kernels that release the pine seed that cracked open …

Pecans

1. Introduction Pecan is one of the essential nuts fruits that have been growing in different places of the world to a large extent. There are different sources that provide nutritional values. The co…

Peanuts

1. Introduction In India, groundnut is one of the essential oilseed crops that occupied the area for 5.86m for productivity. Groundnut mainly grows in Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Rajasthan, Andhra Pradesh, M…

Hazelnut

1. Introduction Hazelnuts are mainly easiest nut that grows in different states of India to a large extent. It belongs to the family that includes common cobnuts and filberts to handle the shell and e…

Date

1. Introduction In India, commercial cultivation of dates has been increasing day by day to a large extent. The date is largely nutritious in fruits and an excellent source of sugar, calcium, and iron…

Cherry

1. Introduction Cherry fruit is said to “drupe,” (stone fruits) belong to many plants genus prunes, which are providing antioxidant to the human body. Cherries were mainly found for cultiv…