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Texas pecan crop expected to be about 65 million pounds


Texas pecan crop expected to be about 65 million pounds
DR. MONTE NESBITT/Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Because of a number of weather factors, including a drought early in the growing season, many pecan trees set an overabundance of nuts this year.


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COLLEGE STATION -- Despite the drought, the state’s pecan harvest will be exceptionally large this year, a predicted 65 million pounds, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert. . . .

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