Pecan South Magazine, August 2009
By William Reid
Year after year, native growers pay close attention to the major pests of pecan — casebearer, weevil and scab. But it seems that nature has ...
By Monte L. Nesbitt
Pecan leaves are the tree’s organs responsible for intercepting solar radiation, producing photosynthates, transporting minerals, and cooling the tree by transpiration. Young, soft leaves require ...
By George Ray McEachern
Pecans are a drought and heat tolerant crop well adapted to the southwestern United States, Mexico, Australia, and other very warm climates. However, this does ...
By Tom Stevenson
We are in the second wet period of the summer here in the Southeast. After a 3-4 week dry and hot spell in June, July ...
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