When do pecans ripen in Texas?

Answer Pecans begin to ripen around mid October in Texas. According to Texas A&M's AgriLife Extension, pecan season lasts about seven weeks, and harvesting must be complete by early December for best qual... Read More »

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Squirels have knocked pecans off tree. Will pecans ripen off the tree?

Once fully ripened, the hust around the pecan will have dried and opened so that the pecan inside is exposed. At this time, wind, rain, or some other external force causes some of the pecans to fal... Read More »

Gardeners: Is it better to ripen tomatoes on the vine or pick them when they are mature and ripen them?

Tomatoes ripened on the vine do taste better and is what I would recommend (more tomato flavour), however you run a slightly higher risk that bugs will start eating away the tomato depending on whe... Read More »

When Are Pecans Ripe in Georgia?

According to the Georgia Pecan Commission, Georgia is the leading pecan producer in the United States, providing 88 million pounds of pecans per year. Pecans ripen in fall and the peak harvesting m... Read More »

When Do Raspberries Ripen?

Northern gardeners may not be able to grow peaches, sweet cherries or blackberries, but they can enjoy raspberries, which are very cold hardy and produce fruit within two to three years. Raspberry ... Read More »