The decision depends on the value of harvesting four to five days sooner, the degree of alternate bearing, the condition and age of the orchard, and how deficient you are in chilling.
Our family enjoys the benefits of growing pistachios year round, as we make intentional meal choices that are healthy and allow the whole family to take part in reaping the harvest of our labor.
Lean meats. Search the internet for "best sources of protein," and 9 times out of 10, lean meats like turkey breast, chicken breast, pork chops, beef and veal will top the lists. For vegetarians, trying to track down protein-rich meals and snacks can be a little deflating.
At the end of a long day in the mountains, backcountry snowboarder Jeremy Jones has one thing on his mind: a salty snack.
It’s important to be properly fueled for winter sports, whether you’re skiing the biggest lines you can find or simply cruising on groomers.
It takes a village to get 2013 National Geographic Adventurer of the Year Jeremy Jones up and down a mountain. He spends months, if not years, studying maps and tracking weather patterns. He recruits snowboarding partners and avalanche experts.
You've probably heard that proteins are the building blocks of the body. But just how much protein do you need? And when should you be getting it?
After water, protein is the most plentiful substance in your body. Every part that makes you, well, you – your eyes, your skin, your muscles, your blood, even your bones – is made up of cells that contain protein.
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We recently sat down with APG Athlete Ambassador Jeremy Jones to learn about what motivates and fuels him in the backcountry. Always on the move, Jeremy is currently exploring the Nepalese high mountains and backcountry while filming his upcoming movie, Higher.