Chemical pesticides are the most commonly used method for controlling arthropod and disease pests on pecan. This publication provides an overview of procedures for the calibration of air-carrier sprayers.
This article provides instructions on when and how to collect leaf samples for pecan nutritional analysis.
This page provides information on pecan pollen shed and pistillate flower receptivity dates for numerous pecan cultivars. This information is useful for determining which pecan cultivars will pollinate other cultivars.
The information contained in this article was presented at the March 31, 2006, Pecan Clinic near Cloutierville, La. The objectives for pruning damaged trees are listed and several types of pruning cuts are defined.
This article answers the question, "Why do my pecan trees have a large crop followed by a small one?" and provides answers to several questions concerning mechanical thinning.
A general overview of pecan orchard floor management is given and herbicides labeled for use in pecan orchards are listed by site activity.
The key components of the effective use of fungicides for pecan disease control are timing, coverage and concentration. The updated 2015 fungicide list is included.
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