Posts Tagged ‘Bass Pecans’

Pecan growers dodge bad year again

It has been good times of late for Mississippi’s pecan producers. And, the optimism just keeps growing. Boosted by increased demand, tight supply and corresponding high market prices while dodging some of the weather-related losses many of the state’s other agriculture commodities have suffered over the last few years, 2011 is shaping up to be […] [...]

Pecans just a way of life in the South

by Published: October 12,2009

Tags: Bass Pecans

Bass Pecans making turnaround after facing bankruptcy nearly three years ago The word “pecan” is an old Native American term, meaning “a nut requiring a stone to crack.”   However, to most Mississippians, pecans are synonymous with flavorful goodness in a variety of forms, including eating them out of hand au natural or wolfing down […] [...]

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