Results for pages tagged with "Pecan"
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The differences between growing native and improved pecan varieties are still causing confusion among growers.
Recent research has show pecans to be a good source of energy, protein and "good" - unsaturated fat.
Now that the storm is over, the ice is gone, and the soil is beginning to dry, it's time for the cleanup, but how, what, and where?
Oklahoma - grown pecans have a reputation for good - quality nut meats, but also are known for containing larvae of the pecan weevil. Now is the time to protect your pecan crop from possible destruction by the pecan weevil.
Nitrogen is a vital nutrient for pecan trees, and ensuring it's properly supplied to them could be the key to a good crop in 2004.
Catastrophic weather has destroyed many pecan trees the last few years. A discussion of different techniques for replacement tree establishment.
Continued stewardship of the soil is necessary for pecans to stay productive, and annual management decisions could affect the future of your trees greatly.
The pecan nut casebearer (PNC) is the next management hurdle for pecan producers.
Crows are a huge threat to pecan production, especially improved pecans. Here are some guidelines that should be followed before you can successfully control pecan depredation by hunting crows.
Leasing of pecan trees may be an option that would well serve both parties. Of course, this is not a new idea, but it is one that may be difficult to implement. There are so many variables that it is difficult to make a good, blanket recommendation. Nevertheless, I will attempt to set out some considerations for crafting an individualized lease.