Bringing pecan pride, open to commercial and backyard growers, and celebrating pecan culture in Brazoria County
Entries are now being accepted for the Brazoria County Pecan Show, with three categories for commercial, classic and new division and natives. To find out more and enter, click here
Brazoria County Citrus and Fruit Tree Guide – a brochure featuring citrus and fruit tree varieties appropriate for use in Brazoria and surrounding counties. Developed with Brazoria County Master Gardeners, the document will be updated on a regular basis, including old time favorites and new varieties, as well planting and care tips for your budding home orchard.
Chill hours (CH) – chilling requirement calculated from cumulative cool weather events (between 32 to 45-degrees) that initiate bloom for fruit-bearing trees. Annual chill hours for Brazoria County can range from 200 to 400 hours. 2019 Fall Brazoria County first temps below 45-degrees: 10/31/2019 @ 40-degrees.
Current chill hours accumulated: 10/01 – 2/10/2020 = 244 CH
Calculate current cumulative chill hours – https://webapps.msucares.com/chill_hours/ (Mississippi State University Extension). Include the following station ID for Angleton: KTXANGLE31
Historic chill hour data for Angleton, TX:
- 2014 – 2015 = 194 CH
- 2015 – 2016 = 144 CH
- 2016 – 2017 = 66 CH
- 2017 – 2018 = 276 CH
- 2018 – 2019 = 362 CH
National Weather Service: https://www.weather.gov/ (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration). Keep up to date with current and historic weather events
Want to know what the weather is like at this moment in Angleton? Learn more to check on the weather at the Brazoria Environmental Education Station, 799 E Hospital Drive, Angleton