Pecan South Magazine, July 2008
By Lenny Wells
Management of an “on” year crop is always easier than that of an “off” year crop, at least from the standpoint of the decisions that ...
By Larry A. Stein
The Texas pecan crop is definitely not what we would like, but then again there are pecans around the state. Some folks have more of ...
By George Ray McEachern
Pecan production costs have always been a major factor in developing a management plan. Letting go of cash is never an easy task and we ...
By Bill Ree
During the last week of May, I received a few reports of heavy walnut caterpillar, Datana integerrima, defoliation in the southern part of the state, ...
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