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Western Region Pecans: Demand, Quality Generally Good

Western Region Pecans: Demand, Quality Generally Good

👤From USDA 🕔Jan 28, 2016

Deliveries by growers to delivery points of Improved varieties were light. Demand was good for good quality pecans. Harvested quality has been generally good. The season is finishing up, and overall is approximately 90-95% complete, and is expected to be

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Oklahoma Pecans: Demand Good for Limited Offerings

Oklahoma Pecans: Demand Good for Limited Offerings

👤From USDA 🕔Jan 22, 2016

Deliveries by growers to buying points were very light in south central counties, and at a standstill in other areas. Harvest is finished in all areas, and the bulk of late offerings are handpicked and of highly variable quality and

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Western Region Pecans: Demand Good as Season Winds Down

Western Region Pecans: Demand Good as Season Winds Down

👤From USDA 🕔Jan 20, 2016

Deliveries by growers to delivery points of Improved varieties were fairly light. Demand was good for good quality pecans. Harvested quality has been generally good. The season continuing to wind down, and harvesting is expected to be generally done by

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Texas Pecans: Season Wrapping Up

Texas Pecans: Season Wrapping Up

👤From USDA 🕔Jan 20, 2016

Deliveries by growers to delivery points of Improved varieties were very light. Demand was good for good quality pecans. Harvesting has been very light, and is expected to continue to slow down, as most growers across the state are completing

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Oklahoma Pecans: Moderate Deliveries, Active Buying Interest

Oklahoma Pecans: Moderate Deliveries, Active Buying Interest

👤From USDA 🕔Jan 15, 2016

Deliveries by growers to buying points were moderate in south central Oklahoma, and extremely light in other portions of the state. Harvest is winding down but the market is encouraging continued harvest in areas hit by flooding in December. Weather

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Georgia Pecans: Light Deliveries as Harvest Ends

Georgia Pecans: Light Deliveries as Harvest Ends

👤From USDA 🕔Jan 15, 2016

The weather forecast for the next week in South Georgia calls for low temperatures in the low 30s to low 50s, and highs in the upper 40s to mid-60s. There is a 90-100% chance of precipitation on Friday, January 15.

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Oklahoma Pecans: Buyers Increasingly Cautious of Quality

Oklahoma Pecans: Buyers Increasingly Cautious of Quality

👤From USDA 🕔Jan 8, 2016

Deliveries by growers to buying points were moderate in south central Oklahoma, and light in east and northeast counties. Heavy rainfall in December stopped harvest for some time and some growers lost a good portion of their crop to flooding.

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Georgia Pecans: Good Buying Interest, Light Deliveries

Georgia Pecans: Good Buying Interest, Light Deliveries

👤From USDA 🕔Jan 8, 2016

The weather forecast for the next week in South Georgia calls for low temperatures in the low 30s to mid-50s, and highs in the low 50s to low 70s. A 40-50% chance of precipitation is projected for Friday, January 8,

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Western Region Pecans: Light Deliveries but Good Quality

Western Region Pecans: Light Deliveries but Good Quality

👤From USDA 🕔Jan 6, 2016

Deliveries by growers to delivery points of Improved varieties were fairly light. Demand was fairly good for good quality pecans. Harvested quality has been generally good. Harvesting continues in all areas, and is approximately 70% complete. Harvesting is expected to

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Texas Pecans: Good Demand, Very Light Deliveries

Texas Pecans: Good Demand, Very Light Deliveries

👤From USDA 🕔Jan 6, 2016

Deliveries by growers to delivery points of Improved varieties were very light. Demand was good for good quality pecans. The weather forecast for the next week calls for low temperatures ranging from the low 20s to mid-50s, and highs from

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