The Chase family has owned San Saba Pecan since 2001, and for the past 18 years, the shelling operation has been continuously updated to reflect the technological and quality standards of our parent company, Chase Farms. The Great San Saba River Pecan Company. After decades of work and more than 1000 pecans that failed to produce trees with the same fruit, he finally discovered that sprouting and grafting could provide the precious nuts he dreamed of having in his garden. Although the true age of the San Saba nut is unknown, it is clear that mature pecan groves existed in the San Saba region as early as the mid-18th century, when Coronado and other explorers found them.
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How much money can you make with pecan trees?Chung Nghiêm1 minute read
Now, when harvest time comes, a nut tree can produce up to 50 pounds of nuts. These trees will eventually grow 60 to 80 feet apart, and a mature nut orchard will have seven nut trees per acre.
Who is the largest pecan producer?Chung Nghiêm1 minute read
The United States is the world's largest walnut producer. Two types of nuts are produced in the United States, native walnuts are varieties that developed under natural conditions.
How much is a pound of pecan halves?Chung Nghiêm0 minutes read
Knowing a few simple conversions will make cooking and baking with walnuts very simple. A pound of walnuts equals approximately four and a quarter cups of packed chopped walnuts, or five and a half cups of whole, loose, unshelled walnuts.
What is pecan wood good for?Chung Nghiêm2 minutes read
Pecan wood is a hardwood that is ideal for building furniture, but it is also cut into pieces and chips to smoke meat. The flavor of pecan wood is stronger than that of other fruit woods, but it has a mild flavor than walnut and mesquite.