Heavy rains during the last part of 2015 are causing problems with Georgia's pecan harvest.
Georgia produces the most pecans in the country, where an average crop weighs in around 100 million pounds.
But the recent wet weather made it tough for Georgia farmers to get to the crops, which left the pecans in soggy conditions for an extended period of time.
That could reduce the crop's final yield by as much as 20 percent.
Worse yet, this may result in smaller crops in the future.