Pecan Publications

Publications are arranged by subject area and are listed by title followed by the MSU Extension publication number.



Chilling-Hour Requirements of Fruit Crops (P3067) (PDF)

Fertilizing Pecan Trees (P3055) (PDF)

Four-flap Grafting of Pecan Trees (IS1296) (PDF)

Good Agricultural Practices for Pecan in Mississippi (P2736) (PDF)

Management Strategies to Improve Native and Seedling Pecan Groves (P2722) (PDF)

Pecans in the Home Landscape (IS1432) (PDF)

 Pecan Production: Establishing an Orchard (IS0493) (PDF)

 Plant Analysis Sampling Instructions (P1224) (PDF)

 Repairing Storm-Damaged Shade, Ornamental, and Fruit Trees (IS1355) (PDF)

Soil Testing for the Farmer (IS0346) (PDF)

Soil Testing for the Homeowner (IS1294) (PDF)

 Top-work Grafting of Pecan Trees (IS0530) (PDF)

 Transplanting Pecan Trees (IS0524) (PDF)

Understanding Pruning and Injury Wounds in Fruit Trees (P2729) (PDF)

Plant Analysis Form (F1032) Available at your local county Extension office.

 Soil Testing Form (S76) Available at your local county Extension office.


Diseases, Pathogens, and Management

How to Collect and Package Plant Disease Specimens for Diagnosis (M1562) (PDF)

Lichens (P2946) (PDF)

Pecan Bacterial Leaf Scorch (P3005) (PDF)

  Plant Diagnostic Laboratory (M1230) (PDF)

Plant Disease Sample Submission Form (F1139) (PDF)

  Taking Photos of Plant Disease Problems (P3022) (PDF)

Sooty Mold (IS1938) (PDF)


Insects and Management

Insect Identification Form (F1142) (PDF)



How to Comply with the 2015 Revised Worker Protection Standard for Agricultural Pesticdes (M2166) (PDF)

Pesticide Label Databases (P3155) (PDF)

A Landowner's Guide for Wild Pig Management: Practical Methods for Wild Pig Control (P2659) (PDF)

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Publication Number: P3210

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