Arkansas pecans: Freeze, pecan scab and upcoming Lunch and Learns

Though there appears to be minimal damage, the story may be different for flowers that were already developed prior to the freeze. more »

Are pecan trees in Georgia slow to develop foliage and flowers this year?

While some tree nut growing regions are experiencing too much heat, others are experiencing too much cool. Georgia pecans are no exception, and are experiencing a later than usual progression. more »

USDA announces dates for Pecan Marketing Order Continuance Referendum

Growers meeting the pecan production minimums in the 15-state production area can cast their votes on whether to continue the order. more »

Pecan Field Day slated for April 29 in Seguin, Texas

Texas A&M AgriLife is covering timely information in preparation for next year's crop, including orchard management, integrated pest management and fungicides. more »

Pecan fungicide schedules in Georgia presented

Pecan scab is a constant battle in Georgia, and UGA pecan expert Lenny Wells created an easy-to-follow table of timings for low, medium and high input cultivars. more »

US pecan production totals strong in 2020-21

No limb breakage from the Texas freeze, and Georgia is finally recovering from Hurricane Michael. Even in this off year, domestic production is increasing. more »

Pecan Field Day slated for April 9 in Georgetown, Texas

Dress accordingly for the weather, bring a lawn chair and get timely information in this free Extension event hosted at Georgetown Pecan Company Orchards. more »

Pecan named Georgia’s official nut, but not without some controversy

Sorry, peanuts. Legumes can't take this top spot, but this drupe can, giving a morale boost to the crop that is still recovering from Hurricane Michael. more »

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