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Synonyms for filbert

small nut-bearing tree much grown in Europe

nut of any of several trees of the genus Corylus

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McKenzie River Valley farmers are learning how to confuse amorous filbert moths - in order to reduce the hazelnut industry's use of pesticides that may end up in the McKenzie, the city of Eugene's sole source of drinking water.
During their growing years, filberts use a surprisingly large amount of nitrogen (N).
Cobnuts and filberts can be grown in any soil providing it is a sheltered spot.
According to one report, this summer's serious power outage was started in Oregon when some electrical cables shorted out, after touching filbert trees.
It's known as Eastern Filbert Blight, because in the eastern United States, a closely related shrub, called American hazelnut, harbors the blightcausing organism," says plant pathologist John Pinkerton who is in ARS' Horticultural Crops Research Unit in Corvallis, Oregon.
In Bremen we sampled these crisp sugar cookies coated with a caramelized almond cream, and while in Trier (in the Moselle Valley) we discovered chocolate-glazed ground filbert bars.
The SummerFair Filbert Hunt, held for the first time last summer, was such a success that Willamalane Park and Recreation District is doing it again.
Fold in 2 tablespoons powdered sugar, filberts, and 1/2 cup cooled thick chocolte ganache (recipe precedes).
You might want to enter a dessert in SummerFest's Filbert Sweet Treat Contest on July 18, and possibly win cash and prizes.
Children turned out by the dozens Wednesday evening for a belated grand opening celebration for Filbert Meadows Park in Eugene's Santa Clara area.
Filberts are known in most of the rest of the world as hazelnuts, and in obedience to commercial necessity the state panel representing the interests of filbert ranchers is called the Oregon Hazelnut Commission.
Nuttiest Cook-Off recipes must include filberts, but other than that, cooks are limited only by their imagination.
The festival got its start in 1989 with the filbert theme because 99 percent of the nation's filberts are grown in the Willamette Valley, according to the festival's brochure.
People come to experience the many tastes of the filbert - from roasted to chocolate-coated to filberts baked in pies.
That would halt production of filberts, also known as hazelnuts, which pays for the operation of the ranch.