Arizona Pecan Growers Association Annual Meating
Welcome to the Arizona Pecan Growers Association
Helping Farmers Grow!
Cholesterol treatment In a Nutshell
Before the day of the pecan orchard, pecan trees were often found near rivers and when the conditions were right, pecan groves would flourish. Since the introduction of pecan farming, producing this native North American nut has become an art and a science. Most pecan trees found today in orchards are from seedlings, and improved varieties. Currently the demand for pecans has become a global market, and most of the pecans grown in the United States are bound for export, making the US the leader in pecan production. Native pecan farming is rooted along the Mississippi River Valley clear to Southern Mexico. However today, pecan farming is booming in the southwestern parts of the country, giving birth to pecan farming in Arizona and the Arizona Pecan Grower's Association.
CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS will encompass topics on Marketing, Economics, Cultural, Pest, Disease, Mineral Nutrition and Soil Health. Guest speakers will include Dr. L. J. Grauke, Dr. Bill McCloskey, Dr. Mike Smith, Dr. Paul Brown, Dr. Alex Hu, Dr. Charles Rohla, Dr. Willem Vanleeuwen, Dr. Jim Walworth, Alex Ott. If you like to register for the conference and membership, simply click the link above.
If you are a new vendor who would like to participate in the Arizona Pecan Grower's Association 2019 Conference, please feel free to email us with your questions and concerns along with contact information to email@example.com. Attention: Vendor registration inquiry. For all other vendors simply register by clicking the link above.
This year's conference will be held at
To make reservation, click on the following link:
September 5th & 6th, 2019
Refer to Arizona Pecan Growers room block.
Rates starting at $89 + tax
Reservations may also be made by calling
Reservations must be made by August 30, 2019.
Room availability and special rate may not be available after this date.
Pecan Nutritional Value
Pecan Nuts Nutritional Value Breakdown
Lower "Bad" Cholesterol by Snacking on Pecans.
Results are in, eating pecans is not just satisfying. In fact substituting 20% of calories from an American Heart Association's diet lowered cholesterol by 11.5%. These results are from a Loma Linda University's study that was published in the Journal of Nutrition, September 2001.
Lower Cholesterol Studies:
Pecan Grower's Management
THE STATE OF ARIZONA PROHIBITS PECAN TREES, IN-SHELL PECAN NUTS, AND OTHER PECAN MATERIAL FROM ENTERING ARIZONA FROM ANY EASTERN STATES WITHOUT PROPER SANITATION PROCEDURES AND PERMITS.
Pecan Production Guidelines