Pecans: second record crop in a row is imminent

March 10, 2021 12:46 PM, Der AUDITOR
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ATLANTA. In the USA, the highest crop volume since the start of record keeping was achieved, and market players are optimistic that this can be increased again in 2021. At the same time, exports to China are picking up again.

Plantations recover

The harvesting process for US pecans has been completed since last month and a clear picture is emerging: the US was able to harvest the largest crop since records began. According to reports from Pecan Report, there were about 131,612 mt of unshelled nuts in cold storage at the end of January. This corresponds to about 65,806 mt of shelled pecan kernels. Market players expect that 2021 could turn out to be an even better year for pecan farmers. Most plantations that had been severely damaged by natural disasters in recent year

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