A viable pecan seed (the nut) is the product of cross-pollination (sexual reproduction) between two pecan trees. It has a genetic makeup that is different from either parent, and the potential to grow into a pecan tree that differs in unpredictable ways from either parent. Image result for pecan seeds It is entirely possible to plant a pecan seed. However, it is important to realize that growing pecans from seed will not produce a tree identical to the parent tree. If you want a particular type of pecan nut, or a tree that produces excellent pecans, you will need to graft.
- English Name: Pecan Seeds
- Urdu Name:پیکن کے بیج
Uses & Health Benefits:
- Helpful for weight loss
- They’ve got key minerals
- A handful goes a long way
- They’re important for immunity
- Full of flavonoids
- It Maybe crucial for heart health
- They’re surprisingly low in sugar
- Can boost your brain
- Anti-aging BenefitsPecan nuts contain numerous antioxidants including ellagic acid, vitamin A and vitamin E which fight and eliminate the free radicals responsible for causing premature skin aging.
- Pecan nuts protect the human body from cancer due to the anti-proliferative properties of ellagic acid which inhibit DNA binding of certain carcinogens such as nitrosamines and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons.
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