Topics included are: Nut scab control for June through July, 2011. This year’s recommended fungicide list. New Pecan Sprayer Calibration Publication. Neighbooring states' crop outlook so far. The 2011 Convention & Trade Show will be held June 16 & 17.
In this issue the topics mentioned are wood rot of pecan trees and winter activities to prepare for a new season.
Topics mentioned in this issue include: Fungicide classifications by the Fungicide Resistance Action Committee (FRAC), a simple hot-water procedure to reduce graft-transmission of the pecan bacterial Leaf scorch pathogen, Pecan Phylloxera and early spring activities in the pecan orchard.
The Third Quarter newsletter contains sections on: Identify Sources of Scion Wood to Avoid Graft-Transmission of PBLS Pathogen, Little Value in Applying Fungicide For Scab Disease Control After the Middle of August, Control of Stink Bugs and Leaffooted Bugs, MarketMaker Will Help Pecan Producers, and the Interstate 69 Issue.
Topics include: Crop thinning, scab disease, pecan spittlebug and the LSU AgCenter Pecan Station Field Day.
The first quarter newsletter describes early spring activities to preform in the orchard including planning of your scab disease control program for the next season & control of pecan phylloxera.
The page provides access to the In A Nutshell Newsletters sent out in 2006.