Pecans

Interpreting your pecan leaf sample results

Michael Polozola at Louisiana State University takes growers through leaf sample results, makes recommendations and explains why. more »

Late season considerations in pecan

Pawnee is entering shell hardening, with a few other varieties following behind. It's time to start moving focus from fungicides to irrigation for kernel fill. more »

Optical sorting becoming the standard in the pecan industry

Optical sorting was slow to be adopted in the beginning, but is now becoming the standard for buyers and sellers in the U.S. and Europe. more »

Pecan inventory down 15%

More acres are being planted to match demand, but supply isn't keeping pace. more »

Nut curculio in pecan; Best to tolerate the damage if light

These weevil pests may appear in older orchards with a history of damage, but in fields with light damage, it may be best to tolerate it to prevent later aphid and mite infestations. more »

3 disease threats in Texas pecan

Every season is different, but these three keep growers on alert. ... more »

Extensive water monitoring at Belding Farms

Continued moves to efficiency are priority for this West Texas farm. ... more »

Pecan insects and heat

Normal temperatures in south Georgia are typically ideal for insect growth. However, these hotter temperatures are detrimental for lots of pests. more »

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