Pecan South Magazine, June 2007
By Bill Goff
Aphids and mites stress pecan trees greatly. So does a heavy crop. The combination of both the pests and the heavy crop is more than ...
By Phil Mulder
Anyone that has grown pecan long enough knows the perils of an early spring and/or early winter and, if they didn’t, spring 2007 was a ...
By George Ray McEachern
The Texas crop for 2007 appears to be excellent. However, we are a long way from harvest. There are many things that can cause the ...
By Tom Stevenson
Spring has finally arrived here in the Southeast, though somewhat grudgingly. Despite all the earlier cold weather and tornadoes, most of Georgia has set a ...
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