Parts of a Pecan Tree?

Answer The pecan tree (Carya illinoensis) has the reputation of being one of North America's "most valuable cultivated plants," according to the "National Audubon Society Field Guide to Trees: Eastern Reg... Read More »

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How to Cut a Pecan Tree?

Pecan trees are a delight to have on your property and are found growing most thickly in the Southern United States. Even one tree can yield a large amount of pecan fruits that are delicious simply... Read More »

How do I pot a pecan tree?

TimingPot the pecan tree in the late winter or very early spring, while the tree is dormant. Soak the roots of the plant for three hours if they appear dry. Cut the taproot--the main root--to a len... Read More »

How Do I Know If My Pecan Tree Is Dead?

While the pecan tree is a fairly low-maintenance tree, problems can occur. Without irrigation, zinc, nitrogen, weed control, insect management and disease prevention, pecan trees will die, accordin... Read More »

Does a pecan tree flower?

Pecan trees produce both male and female flowers on the same tree. Each flower gender, however, does not necessarily appear at the same time. Male blooms usually appear first, with females followin... Read More »