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Whether you have a pecan orchard or a few pecan trees in your yard, the Tri-County pecan production team is here to help! Get Arkansas-specific advice
and research-based information for optimal pecan production.
In this section:
Pecan Crop Load Management - How to Thin Pecans
Pecan Growth Stages
Pecan Nut Casebearer
Pecan Shuck Decline
Pecan Foliar Sampling
Tips for Pollination
Late-Summer Pecan Scab Nut Drop
Pecan Scab & Hour Calculator
How We Use Telemetry Units to Measure Moisture
Collecting Data via SensorPush for Pecan Scab Application
Download the fungicide resistance publication for more information.
Q. Why are there holes in my pecans?
A. That is the exit whole of a pecan weevil. The larva of this weevil can feed inside
the nut after the water stage. Then exits as the pecan falls and will over winter
in the ground under the tree, which will be your population for the following year
or two. We are on the front end of the time when they emerge from the ground. They
will emerge most of time after a rain.
Contact any member of the Tri-County Pecan Demonstration team:
or reach out to your local county extension agent.
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