Georgia’s pecan growers have voted to continue funding the Georgia Pecan Commission through grower assessments.
In balloting that was conducted from May 1-30, the Peach State’s pecan growers ap... more »
The United States Department of Agriculture has declared 18 Georgia counties as primary natural disaster areas.
The disaster declaration follows March freezes that damaged Georgia’s peach and pec... more »
USDA highlights disaster assistance available to Florida producers impacted by Hurricane Ian more »
In addition to education sessions, the conference will host its annual golf tournament, skeet shoot tournament and an orchard tour. more »
Returning these limbs and the organic matter and nutrients they hold to the soil may help improve soil quality, and will help improve the sustainability of pecan production. more »
With Stuart variety's open-stop-open-stop shuck split pattern, it may seem delayed this year. Following similar behavior in 2016, both years have something in common: drought during kernel fill. more »
Even though the kernels have filled and the crop is about made, it's important to continue irrigating to ensure normal shuck split and avoid problems. more »
Tools and help are available for growers experiencing crop losses and damage due to natural disaster. Timelines vary by program. more »