Pecan South Magazine, November 2008
By Larry A. Stein
Varmints, varmints, varmints… The old adage that a large crop gets bigger and a short crop gets smaller is so true in Texas natives in ...
By Monte L. Nesbitt
Pecan trees require approximately 220 days to produce a crop of nuts. A successful crop requires a significant investment in sunshine, water, nutrients and pest ...
By George Ray McEachern
All who grow pecans know the work doesn’t really begin until harvest. One has to fight the weather, equipment, labor, fuel — and the thieves. ...
By Bill Ree
Extension Program Specialist II - IPM (Pecan) Texas AgriLife Extension
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