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      Oklahoma Pecan Prices: Volume Expected to Be Light with Short Crop Season

      Pecan harvester.

      Pecan harvesting has started but volume will be light and a short crop season is expected. Cold and extreme weather conditions during the growing part of the season may have contributed to the low expectation of volume this year.

      Sales and offerings are slow to start and prices are higher than last year to start the season. The gift pack and retail candy industries are busy buying pecans and are looking out of state for supplies to fill orders at this time.

      The weather forecast this week calls for cool evening temperatures in the 50s and mid 40s cooling down to the 30s by this weekend. It will warm back up by next Tuesday. Daytime temps are expected to be mild and cool in the mid-60s to mid to high 50s. Rain is forecast for Wednesday, November 10.

      Prices paid to growers (from the start of the season through late afternoon Tuesday, November 9, 2021) at buyers delivery point or F.O.B. the orchard including direct sales to end users, cents per pound, in-shell of generally good quality in lots of 20,000 pounds or less unless otherwise stated.

      • Natives/Seedlings (deliveries very light) yard tree lots 50-70



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