Pecan Tree Naming Contest Results
Dirt Doctor Newsletter
Naming the Champion Pecan in Weatherford
and the winning name is……
The Finch “Pride of Texas” Pecan
The two winners are Richard Bradley and Mary Lynch - each winning a pile of organic products from Harvest Supply or Southland Supply. See prize list.
Runners up are Shirley Dunn, Tracy Favre and Maxine Hendrick, and they will receive a 40 oz. New Plant Bio S.I. and The Organic Manual.
Everyone who submitted entries will receive a complimentary Dirt Doctor Membership for one year.
The Finch “Pride of Texas” Pecan is owned by Bill and Lynn Finch, and they are delighted to have you visit.
Their farm and the tree is in Weatherford, Texas just three miles north of the downtown square, on the right side of Highway 51. The property is the white house on the right as you start up the hill from a new bridge over a creek. Check in at the house and then walk past the barn and across a dry creek to the tree. The Finches welcome you, but please be respectful to their property and the tree. Leave your card or a note telling where you're from.
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