Originally Posted by 1MoreFord
There are two kinds of Pecan. There are the Domesticated varieties from which we get edible Pecans and Wild Pecan that doesn't have much of nut.
Not that it is a big deal to me, but I wasn't aware of this so I have been trying to find what the two kinds are. So far, in my tree identifier and in Wikipedia they seem to be one and the same species. Can you point me in the right direction?
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