[nafex] Re: Ultra-Northern Pecans - in Minnesota?!

Gordon Nofs gc_nofs at hotmail.com
Thu Mar 29 11:15:50 EST 2001

My Hardy Pecans are small, some up to 1 1/2 inches. But they crack out 
whole, thin shell, very tasty. Like I was told once when a person said they 
are awful small, Doc Goldner replied to the person "Yeah, but there is as 
much and more there than in filberts"
    Flint, Michigan
Subject: [nafex] Re: Ultra-Northern Pecans - in Minnesota?!
Date: Thu, 29 Mar 2001 08:43:23 -0600

He stated that their was a lot of pecans in his area
 >but they were small (about small marble size, a little longer) for the
holidays and I ask this gentleman where he lived He stated South Eastern

I found a tree here in Tennessee with pecans about this small, and found
they cracked out very neatly, with none of the problems of shell hung in
folds or nutmeats breaking up.  The folds were very tight, there was no
wasted space inside.  I thought they would be worth having, and certainly
the owners of the tree thought so, they said they collect them every year.
It was a BIG tree.  Donna

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