U.S. Pecan Crop May Be the Shortest Since 1998

Specialists from the Alabama Cooperative Extension System worry that this year may not yield good results for pecan producers. Experts attribute one of the rainiest growing seasons on record as a limiting factor for the crops. Desirable pecan variety crops were devastated by scabs, which affected nut size, quality and volume. This forecast implies that crop shortage means higher prices for consumers. 

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