Pecan South Magazine, March 2008
By Larry A. Stein
The native crop in Texas was large in 2007. However, the true size of that crop will never be known as a result of the ...
By Bill Goff
Farming row crops without fertilizer is not a good way to make a profit; but forestry without fertilizer is commonplace. So, are pecan trees closer ...
By George Ray McEachern
I have long been amazed by how pecan growers love to prune their mature trees. January and February is a slow time and we now ...
By Bill Ree
Extension Program Specialist II - IPM (Pecan)
I have written on this topic several times in the past in my newsletter and since I generally receive ...
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