Where is the best place to sell my pecans?

Where is the best place to sell my pecans?

Farmers have many different options when selling their pecans. Farmers can sell their pecans in-shell or shelled. They also can sell straight to consumers through farmers' markets and online websites for retail prices or to accumulators, wholesalers and shellers for wholesale prices.

How much does a pecan tree produce?

A single pecan tree is capable of producing 50 lbs of nuts per tree in the 10th growing season and 100 pounds in the 15th growing season. Pecan trees are most frequently planted at densities ranging from 12 to 48 trees per acre, making it possible to produce over 1,000 pounds per acre per year.

Do you have to have 2 pecan trees to produce?

For pecan trees to bare nuts you will need two or more different cultivars, as they require cross pollination for maximum productivity. Pecan trees do not bear fruit until they are between the ages of four and 12 years old and that is determined by the cultivar.

What time of year do pecan trees produce pecans?


How do I get my pecan trees to produce pecans?

Low fertility and an inadequate amount of zinc can limit nut production. Fertilize according to soil test and tissue analysis. Without a soil test, the rule of thumb for fertilizing pecan trees is one pound of fertilizer per tree for every year of the tree's age, up to 25 pounds.

Can you plant a pecan tree in your backyard?

You need to plant your pecan tree in a hole that is three feet deep and at least two feet wide. The soil line on the tree should line up with the surrounding soil. If you need to adjust the hole to accommodate this, then feel free to do so.

How much does a full grown pecan tree cost?

He figures a mature pecan tree is worth $2,500 to $2,850. He estimates the direct costs of buying and growing the original tree to age 12, when the value of the tree's production equals the cost to produce the nuts, at $309.