University of Georgia faculty will begin a series of pecan trials this winter to help identify better management practices for growers. New pecan trees will be planted at UGA College […]
So far this has been one of the best growing seasons for young trees. In this episode of the South Georgia Pine podcast, Extension pecan specialist Andrew Sawyer discusses scorch […]
Georgia Pecans: Abundant Aphids – What to Do? Jun 23, 2020
Over the past two weeks, I’ve seen yellow aphids, black pecan aphids and black pecan aphid damage in orchards in Southeast Georgia. I’ve also talked with many county agents who […]
It’s so far been a much better growing season for pecans this year. In this podcast, Extension pecan specialist Andrew Sawyer discusses management strategies for nickel and zinc deficiency, irrigation, […]
Pollination is nearly complete and the crop currently looks like a bin buster. In this episode of the South Georgia Pine podcast, Area Pecan Specialist Andrew Sawyer discusses impacts of […]
We are seeing some common issues on young trees at this time. I want to show you some photos to help note the difference in nutrient deficiencies and glyphosate injury. […]
Georgia Pecans: Start Scouting for Budmoths Apr 15, 2020
We are in the first stages of pecan budmoth infestation. Last year was a very bad year for budmoth. We are seeing initial signs of infestation on young trees (generally […]
Southeast Georgia Extension Pecan Specialist Andrew Sawyer discusses early bud break and discusses scab management with Dr. Tim Brenneman in this episode of the South Georgia Pine Podcast.
Putting in a new orchard or planting replacement trees? In this podcast, Southwest Georgia Extension Pecan Agent Andrew Sawyer provides quick guidance on getting things off to the best start.
Southeast Georgia Pecans: Scout for Aphids, Mites Aug 27, 2019
Both mite and aphid populations have essentially been stable the past month or month and a half. Throughout this time, I only find a few adult black pecan aphids and […]