Are there any dwarf pecan trees?

Answer Pawnee pecan trees are dwarf pecan trees. They only grow to be about 30 feet tall and 30 feet wide. They grow well between the states of Texas and Georgia, and produce pecans that are large and swe... Read More »

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The Advantages of Growing Dwarf and Semi-Dwarf Fruit Trees?

As humans begin to manipulate and better understand plants, they selected fruit trees for characteristics they desired, such as size and flavor. Fruit trees that grew to a smaller mature size or bo... Read More »

The Advantages of Dwarf & Semi-Dwarf & Standard Plum Trees?

Plum trees come in three sizes: dwarf, semi-dwarf and standard. Land owners should consider their space, need for fruit and ability to maintain the tree before choosing which one is right for them.... Read More »

How do I fix blight on pecan trees?

Fixing BlightSpray the leaves and branches of the pecan tree with a benomyl fungicide at the first sign of blight. These signs include black lesions on the shucks and brown liquid inside the nuts. ... Read More »

When do pecan trees produce?

A grafted pecan tree that is 4 to 6 feet tall will start producing in six to seven years. Some varieties may start producing in four to five years, and some can take eight to 10 years. A non-grafte... Read More »