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Coal County pecan farmers work to maintain crop heat

2021-04-22 22:34:32

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The pecan crop at this Coal County orchard was warmed by burning hay bales on April 21, 2021.

The pecan crop at this Coal County orchard was warmed by burning hay bales on April 21, 2021.

(Courtesy 3 Rivers Pecans Fb web page)

COAL COUNTY, Okla. (KTEN) — As temperatures approached the freezing mark early Wednesday morning, pecan growers in Coal County received artistic to save lots of their crop.

Frost could be very harmful as a result of it could really freeze pecans of their shuck.

It is the primary time that 3 Rivers Pecans has needed to depend on this approach to lift the bottom temperature barely to save lots of their crop.


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