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TPGA’s annual Holiday Pecan Trail map returns

Growers, own a pecan retail store? Get featured in the Holiday Pecan Trail map this year. more »

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 »

Crunch time for scab

It's a critical time for scab protection in pecan, particularly in areas seeing evening rainfall. 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 »

SUSTA offers summer webinars on trade

Find out what's happening in 2023, and why export readiness training is important. 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 »

Irrigation guide for pecans during summer heat

Extreme temperatures in pecan regions have growers worried, but pecan trees can handle the heat better than expected. more »

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