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Pecan South Magazine, March 2008

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Texas natives may need N, zinc, thinning in Ď08

By Larry A. Stein

The native crop in Texas was large in 2007. However, the true size of that crop will never be known as a result of the ...

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So, what would happen if I didnít put out any fertilizer?

By Bill Goff

Farming row crops without fertilizer is not a good way to make a profit; but forestry without fertilizer is commonplace. So, are pecan trees closer ...

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To prune or not to prune

By George Ray McEachern

I have long been amazed by how pecan growers love to prune their mature trees. January and February is a slow time and we now ...

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Horticultural oils restricted to pecanís dormant season

By Bill Ree

Extension Program Specialist II - IPM (Pecan)

I have written on this topic several times in the past in my newsletter and since I generally receive ...

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