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September 2013
Texas Monthly;Sep2013, Vol. 41 Issue 9, p82
The article focuses on the large demand of pecan from the U.S. in China and also highlights the impact of the demand on the pecan industry in Texas. It informs that China purchases 100 million pounds a year from the U.S. It also informs that Texas has more land suitable for growing pecans than any other state.


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