2 142 million the annual tax revenue is also

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and the price of baked nuts will be calculated at 120 per kilogram. 2 142 million. The annual tax revenue is also considerable. In this way, the macadamia nut industry has become a new characteristic industry in our province. After entering the high season, the farmers in the planting areas will increase their annual income by more than 10 billion. If the number of farmers grows 5 to 10 acres, there will be 3 to 60,000 farmers who can increase their annual income by 1.7 to 1.34. Million hair. Vulnerabilities in the Californian Nut Industry Supply Chain There are high level of risks in the California Nut Industry Supply Chain in terms of being suffered from the industry fluctuation of needs and demands. There are inadequate production techniques. There are problems in that there are not enough orchard management ( McNeil,2014) . It can not keep up with improper land selection and cultivation There are problems in the poor quality of cultivation techniques Failure to implement or implement enough replanting light tubes. Some orchards in the orchards that have not been put into production show partial demise of short-term crops. Management focus is also not on the production scale of macadamia Currently, macadamia nuts are mostly sold outside the state. A small number of processing and sales by the enterprises in the state are small in scale and mostly semi-machined and semi-manufactured. Large-scale production lines without complete sets as the area of
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production increases, the processing and sales of macadamia nuts will not be ignored. In California, Consumers expected the California drought to affect the economics of fresh vegetables, fruits and nuts at retail in the US. Due to California represents 70 percent of the total nut and fruit farm value and 55 percent of farm value for vegetables in the US. And also California government still did not establish the relevant laws and policies to protect the farm from the drought. Furthermore, even if California produce a large amount of nuts, the theft of nuts still give them a huge loss. This is attributed to the transportation management. Value of California Nut Industry Market Value ($ Mn) % Growth 2013 1,365.7 2014 1,422.0 4.1% 2015 1,488.8 4.1% 2016 1,693.8 13.1% 2017 1,580.0 The nut industry in California has the needs of about 2 million tons, output changes in addition to the area related to the production, but also with the annual climatic conditions such as rainfall and drought, etc. Report of the America Nut Tree Annual Report for 2015, the average price of shell fruit from Leah's producers is 2.58/kg (2,36/kg), and the estimated price of fruit shells in 2015/2016 is the same as last year.
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