Where do Pecans Grow?

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Pecans grow mainly in the Southeastern and the Southwestern United States. One of the largest pecan groves is in La Mesa New Mexico. The pecans grown in the Southeast seem to be a smaller variety than the ones grown in the Southwest.
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