It is said that it usually takes 7 to 8 years to bear the fruit when a young tree of 1 to 2 years is planted on the ground. Although only four years have passed since the sapling was planted, it has produced a small but substantial amount of fruit. A young tree as young as four years tall as a pecan nut, which can reach tens of meters in height in an adult tree, is about my height. No machine harvesting has yet been done, but if you reach for a nearby branch, you can rip off any number of peas and nuts. Put two pecan nuts on your palm and press it firmly to break them up. Remove the fruit from the thin shell and enjoy it as it is. The real taste of "freshly-picked golden pecan" that can only be experienced on a farm, lives here.