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    Georgia Pecans: Profitability of ‘Lakota’ Cultivars Jan 14, 2021

    🕔Jan 14, 2021
    The top concern on growers’ minds right now is reducing the cost of production. Here in the Southeast, over 12% of the variable cost of production comes from the cost […]

    Georgia Pecans: ‘Avalon’ a Quality Cultivar for Recovering Farmers Jan 11, 2019

    🕔Jan 11, 2019
    Georgia pecan producers who are looking to replenish their crop after Hurricane Michael can turn to the ‘Avalon’ variety for a nut that produces high yields and is highly resistant […]

    North Florida Pecan Cultivar Evaluation Trial Update Dec 1, 2017

    🕔Dec 1, 2017
    The pecan (Carya illinoenensis, family Juglandaceae) is native to the Mississippi floodplain of North America. The pecan tree requires deep soils with an abundant supply of soil moisture. A large […]

    Kansas: Pecan Cultivar Yields – The Impact of Pecan Scab Jan 11, 2016

    🕔Jan 11, 2016
    During an average year, we receive about 40 inches of rain at the Pecan Experiment Field. During 2015, more than 65 inches fell on our pecan groves. With all that […]

    Kansas Pecans: Avoid Grafting Mandan Varieties Jun 8, 2015

    🕔Jun 8, 2015
    Mandan is a relatively new pecan cultivar that, on paper, looks perfect for northern pecan growers. In past blog posts, I have voiced my concerns about this cultivar in terms […]

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