Results for pages tagged with "pecan"
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In a commercial pecan orchard setting, it is important to have a spray schedule planned before the season starts. Chemicals can be a costly input into your operation; more planning up front will save you time and money during the season.
Pecan growers who have successfully managed their crops can take their operations to the next level by learning alternative ways of marketing their pecans to increase the potential profits. This workshop will explain how you can market your pecan crop outside of the wholesale market and how the sheller/accumulators determine the price they are paying for your pecans.
Even though the lower canopy of many pecan trees lost a number of pecans due to the freeze, a healthy tree should still produce a few nuts in the lower canopy and a good crop in the upper canopy.
This insect could DESTROY your pecan crop! Dr. Charles Rohla, Pecan and Specialty Ag Systems Manager at Noble Research Institute, walks us through how to monitor and control pecan nut casebearers.
Diagnose your pecan problems and find solutions with our pecan cultivar, disease and insect damage image gallery, and searchable pesticide databases.
Knowing the steps to take when establishing an orchard will greatly increase your success. This course will cover all of the necessary details to prepare you to start your own pecan orchard.
A major part of any pecan orchard management is the utilization of pesticides. The success of the orchard is dependent on the proper selection and application of pesticides. This includes your economic and efficacy considerations. This course will help you improve your pesticide management plan to increase the economic viability of your orchard.
Maria Monteros, Ph.D., visits France to identify the genetic history of a 233-year-old pecan tree and learn what makes it so resilient.