Making the most of pecans in the Southeast

Nut drop tells growers important things about tree stress, and the two phases of nut production have very different requirements. more »

Texas A&M AgriLife hosts pecan management webinar June 28

Whether hobby farmer or commercial grower, the webinar features expert information on a range of topics and questions. more »

Oklahoma pecan industry gathers for annual conference

In addition to informative presentations, the event will include a pecan food show and a field day. more »

Insect issues on young pecan trees addressed in Georgia

Pecan budmoth, ambrosia beetle and camphor shot borer pest pressure is appearing, and University of Georgia is providing growers pesticide recommendations. more »

Georgia’s Beginner Pecan Class set for June 15

Held every other year, this one-day course covers everything from cultivar selection and production to disease control and market overviews. Pesticide credits are available, and lunch is included. more »

University of Georgia offers Small Pecan Producer’s Workshop

This one-day workshop is designed to provide hands-on learning to teach smaller growers to adapt production techniques. more »

Texas Pecan Short Course scheduled for June

Participants will learn about everything from basic tree physiology to grafting, irrigation to budget prep so they can establish and manage a pecan orchard. more »

Genus Neurocolpus, potential pest of Arizona pecans, brings concerns

Though this insect seems to only be feeding on catkins, there's concern it may move to the young nut and follow in the footsteps of California pistachios. more »

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