Pecan South Magazine, April 2009
By Lenny Wells
Concerns regarding food safety issues have dominated the headlines in recent years as a result of contamination events in a variety of crops including almonds, ...
By George Ray McEachern
Planting pecan trees is not an easy task. In anticipation of a beautiful mature orchard, one can hope for the best but end up with ...
By William Reid
Training young saplings to from the time they are grafted into central leader trees with strong lateral branches is critical for developing a strong, straight ...
By Tom Stevenson
Because this is such an important topic and needs to be addressed from the farm through the cleaning plant to the sheller and on to ...
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