Pecans McCurtain Choctaw County Oklahoma Pecan Orchard Land September 2012
Yes, it's time to start gathering the pecans on the land in McCurtain County Oklahoma September 2012.
Actually the 2012 crop of pecans have only begun to fall to the ground (land). Most of the pecans are still in the trees but there are more falling from the trees every day. It's going to be an early pecan nut harvest in McCurtain County Oklahoma.
Pecans are an important crop for some of our McCurtain County. Pecans McCurtain Choctaw County Oklahoma Pecan Orchard Land
Citizens with several large pecan orchards in the southern part of McCurtain County. (Pecans McCurtain Choctaw County Oklahoma Pecan Orchard Land September 2012).
Pecan Production Statistics.
The latest statistics available for the state of Oklahoma are available.
The pecan harvest statistics indicate that in 2010, the state of Oklahoma produced 20,000,000 pounds of pecans. With a value of $1.79 per pound, making the pecan crop worth $35,700,000.00 to the state of Oklahoma. The USDA reports that commercial pecan production is reported in 14 states. The pecan production in the United States and is valued at $678,400,000.00. The US produces 80% of the pecans commercially produced in the world.
Where can I buy pecans in McCurtain County?
There are at least three places in McCurtain County to purchase locally grown pecans. Waterfall Creek Farm, Joy's Pecans, and York Pecan Company. (Pecans McCurtain Choctaw County Oklahoma Pecan Orchard Land September 2012).
Many residents of McCurtain County and Choctaw County have pecan trees. The trees are often part of their landscaping or as part of their fruit/nut orchard. Our climate is a good one for producing pecans.
If you're moving to McCurtain County or Choctaw County and want to plant pecan trees on your property, the best place to start is with your local county extension office. Oklahoma State University is Oklahoma's designated land grant extension university. There are county offices to help local agricultural producers. The Oklahoma State University has several online publications to help select the right variety of nuts, manage them, harvest, etc. (Pecans McCurtain Choctaw County Oklahoma Pecan Orchard Land September 2012).
Of course, you'll need some land to plant those pecans in. That's where Integrity Real Estate Services comes in! Looking for land for any purpose, not just to plant pecan trees? Call Judi Barrertt 580.212.5946, Broker at Integrity Real Estate Services, Idabel Oklahoma 74745. I can help you locate that perfect spot to plant or build something for the future.