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106th NNGA Annual Meeting
University of Wisconsin at La Crosse, Wisconsin
July 26 - July 29, 2015
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The Northern Nut Growers Association, Inc. (NNGA) brings together people interested in growing nut trees. Our members include experts in nut tree cultivation, farmers, amateur and commercial nut growers, experiment station workers, horticultural teachers and scientists, nut tree breeders, nurserypeople, foresters, and beginning nut growers. Learn more about us in the section, "NNGA."

Nut growers--from those who have yet to plant their first tree to those interested in breeding techniques--will find the resources to help them advance their knowledge of nut growing on this Web site.

Under "Basic Nut Growing," beginner nut growers will find the information they need to plant their first nut trees. More advanced growers will find a scion wood exchange, help from nut tree experts, books for nut growers and the NNGA library most useful in the "Resources for Nut Growers" section. Horticultural students will find guidelines for research grants. Additional nut grower resources are: a calendar of nut grower events, recent news about nuts and nut trees, feature articles, and links to nut related organizations and to off-site resources.

Visitors will find answers to frequently asked questions about nut trees (FAQ), a discussion about cultivars and ways of identifying different types of chestnut trees in the section, "Types of Nut Trees".

If you would like to be notified of updates to the Web site click HERE to visit our contact page where you can request updates from the NNGA webmaster.

New Nut Growers
Nutgrowing is a very rewarding activity. Choosing a nut species can provide a food source for years to come in addition to shade and beautification.

Nut Grower Marketplace
Nut Crackers, Harvesting Equipment, Fresh Chestnuts and Walnuts, Seed Nuts, Specialty Nurseries, Holiday Gifts, Cook Books and More... Visit Us Now >>

Genotyping Project
Do You Think You Have Pure Species Chestnut? If so, see how you can help the Chestnut Genotyping Project. Learn more >>

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