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Act Now for Proper Fruit and Nut Fertilization

Even though we do not generally fertilize these crops this time of year, July is the time to find out what your pecan, peach or apple trees and grapevines really need. Read More...

Pecan Nut Weevil and Crop Thinning

One of the biggest pests for pecans is the pecan nut weevil. If you’ve ever been disappointed to find empty nuts on the ground with a small hole pierced in the shell, you know what kind of damage they can cause. Mid to late July is the time of year this pest usually shows up, typically just after a heavy rain. Read More...

Horticulture Tips for January

Consider the following list of garden to-dos for mid-winter.
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Mid-Summer Pecan Tree Care

Conditions right now would suggest that we may have a significant pecan crop this year. Now is a good time for a homeowner to take action on items that can potentially pay nice dividends when it is time to harvest.
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Fertility Management for Pecans

Pecan trees will respond favorably to fertilization if key nutrients are lacking in the soil. The best way to find out exactly what fertilizer your trees may need is to conduct a pecan leaf analysis. Read More...

Horticulture Tips for April

It’s April and everything is turning green! Those interested in all things “home grown” start thinking of getting outside to do their part. Lets go through some common tasks that will need attention this month. Read More...

Pecan Weevil Management for Homeowners

If you currently have a healthy looking pecan crop but you typically suffer from insect damage in the form of an empty nut with a small round hole in it, now is the time to consider taking action against the pecan weevil. Read More...

Pecan Grafting Season

Pecans are an important Oklahoma crop. “Improved” pecan trees are produced by grafting a desirable variety on to the rootstock of a native pecan. Our pecan grafting class is Tuesday, April the 28th at 6:30PM at the Payne County Expo Center. Read More...
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