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

victoria l. caron vicaron at gis.net
Thu Mar 29 07:28:44 EST 2001

Just which zone are these hardy pecans hardy to?  ...........vic, wishfully
thinking spring in zone 3!

Gordon Nofs wrote:

> 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
>       Gordon
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> 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
> Minnesota
> 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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