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In 1913 Texas planted some seven million acres in corn and harvested an average of twenty-one bushels per acre. The acres had dropped to a low of 500,000 in the mid-1970s. However, the development of new hybrids increased plantings in the late 1970s and early 1980s. In 1980 feed-corn acres reached one million. Commercial sweet corn added 1,800 acres in that year, although it should be noted that thousands of additional acres of sweet corn are grown annually in home gardens. Improved strains, more scientific cultivation and fertilization, and expansion of irrigation increased yields of corn in Texas from 10 to 25 bushels an acre during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries to 90 to 120 bushels in 1975

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8mm Lone Star Cut Blue Topaz with Diamond Accents Pendant

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8mm Star Cut Blue Topaz with .28 total carat weight of diamonds

Available in Yellow or White gold, chain is not included

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$1,250.00

8mm Lone Star Cut Blue Topaz with Diamond Accents Pendant

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Using an 8mm round Lone Star Cut Blue Topaz (the Official State Stone of Texas) , we added .28 carats of lively white diamonds to accent the center stone.
The pendant works really well in that it is a petite size Lone Star Cut Blue Topaz yet the diamonds really set it off well.

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