Pecan South Magazine, May 2008
By Monte L. Nesbitt
Spraying a pecan orchard to protect it against insects and diseases is a rigorous task. Maintaining a 14- or 21-day schedule for scab control from ...
By George Ray McEachern
All pecan growers fall short when it comes to perfect management. No grower has ever given the pecan all it really needs. However, the pecan ...
By Eric T. Stafne
An Extension specialist is a direct liaison between the researchers at the university and the general public. Most often I interact with commercial growers who ...
By Rosemary Hallberg, Allen Knutson
The first sighting of a pecan nut casebearer moth in spring begins ticking off the days before it’s time to look for its eggs. Finding ...
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