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We would like to thank you for your 2022 WPGA membership and as part of the membership, you are invited to participate in our quarterly webinars. The Webinar that was completed in June of this year has been recently posted to the WPGA Website. The password to view this webinar and older webinars is Cotyledons2022. Webinar recordings are available for streaming.

We are in process of planning our 2023 WPGA Pecan Conference and would like your input as a WPGA Member to hear your input as to how we can improve the conference.  Please take the time to read through our questions and let us know your thoughts.  The WPGA Board of Directors will be meeting soon to plan and finalize the 2023 WPGA Pecan Conference to be held in March 2023.

Thank you for your time and have a great pecan season!

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More Fun Pecan Facts

More Fun Pecan Facts

The first documented evidence of nut consumption occurred around 7,000 BC, during the Stone Age.

Many varieties of pecan are alternate-bearing. This means that one year the tree will produce large quantities of nuts and the following year they will produce smaller harvests.

Pecan trees can live to over 200 years.

Pecans are the only tree nut that is truly native to the United States.

In 2018, New Mexico replaced Georgia as the top producing state for Pecans.