Pecan South Magazine, October 2007
By Phil Mulder
Beginning soon is the time of year when growers start calling about excessive twig and branch dropping due to twig girdlers and twig pruners. Hence ...
By George Ray McEachern
The commercial and home production of pecans is both easy and complicated. No period is more demanding than water-stage to shuck opening from August to ...
By Lenny Wells
Most growers are aware that the most critical time for adequate irrigation in pecans is during kernel filling from mid August to mid September. However, ...
By Unknown Author
September is the time of year for the National Pecan Shellers’ annual meeting and, as expected, each year much of the casual conversation and part ...
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