Is zinc good for pecan trees?

Answer On One Hand: Pecan Growers Swear by ZincThose in the pecan business and casual gardeners agree that fertilizing pecan trees with zinc can significantly increase the production of nuts while improvi... Read More »

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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 »

Habitat for Pecan Trees?

Pecan trees should be planted sometime between December and the end of February. In order for the pecan nuts to be mature enough to produce, the tree should also be planted in a habitat exempt from... Read More »

How do pecan trees pollinate?

Pecan trees have both male and female flowers and can self-pollinate via shedding directly onto the female or being carried by the wind. The male flowers are catkin-like, and the female flowers are... Read More »

How to Raise Pecan Trees?

The pecan, known botanically as carya illinoensis, is a nut-bearing deciduous tree that is native to North America. Pecan trees produce delicious nuts that can be eaten fresh or used in a variety o... Read More »