While there is still several weeks before trees will be shaking for the pecan harvest, Fred Hall, the Wichita County Extension Agent, says he foresees something big.
"We started out with a lot of 4, 5, and 6 clusters and when we got a little stressed, we dropped a few nuts but when you go out there and look at full trees it really looks good out there," he said.
And as the rain came splashing down on Tim Montz' crop he says it brought even more good news.
"This rain we are getting today is just wonderful it's going to help everything. It will help speed the harvest with the cracking of the pecans open along to so it's really a blessing this rain," Montz said.
Last years "short crop" made pecans pricey.
But Montz says with harvests doing well nationwide, pecan lovers should see some relief.
"I think our prices are going to be a little bit lower this year just because supply and demand and we are expecting maybe at least at our store they'll come down probably about twenty percent off our prices," he said.
And with just weeks away Montz anxiously waits for his favorite time of year.
"We work all year long, spraying, mowing, picking up sticks and everything irrigating so this is the time of year that we start getting some money back in so we are always excited during harvest time," he said.