Crop Management

Georgia pecan farmer takes chance on sprayer, cuts usage by nearly half

Tim Sikes of Georgia became the first pecan grower in the state to try the sprayer tech. He went from 11 tanks to six. more »

Texas Pecan Short Course registration open

This four-day event will cover the facets of planning, development and business, as well as the annual cycles of production. more »

Water rules add to challenges for California farmers

Costs are high, water is scarce, and prices to growers are low. With the economics of tree crops the toughest they've been in decades, is there a light at the end of the tunnel? more »

Nitricity fertilizer technology featured at UN COP27

This tech uses only water, air and renewable electricity to produce sustainable nitrogen fertilizers. more »

Pruning young pecan

The first four years are important for setting tree structure. ... more »

All-in on climate-smart

NicNut demonstrates improved stewardship practices. ... more »

Vilsack highlights USDA’s climate initiatives and investments at COP27

Global food security depends upon the ability of farmers and producers worldwide to increase their productivity, while strengthening their climate resilience and minimizing their climate impacts. more »

Texas A&M hosts ‘Growing pecans in South Central Texas’

This evening event will cover choosing varieties, establishing trees and managing pests, in addition to featuring a pecan competition of the counties' grower submissions. more »

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