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How quickly will pecans come into production?

A pecan tree should be precocious (begin bearing at an early age) but should not overbear as a mature tree to the point that nut quality is unacceptable or that the tree becomes a severe alternate bearer. Older cultivars are generally less precocious than the newer ones, which begin producing as early as 5 or 6 years.

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A man holds pruning loppers as he stands next to a tall blueberry bush.
Filed Under: Commercial Fruit and Nuts, Fruit July 16, 2019

Pruning is a task I put off, and my blueberry bushes serve as a testament to this fact. Mainly, I am unsure how to do it correctly most of the time and don’t want to kill my plants.

Filed Under: Commercial Fruit and Nuts February 11, 2019

Commercial pecan growers can learn about orchard establishment and management during the 2019 Pecan Education Workshop March 20 in Raymond.

Filed Under: Commercial Horticulture, Commercial Fruit and Nuts January 9, 2019

Fruit and vegetable growers, or those interested in getting into the business, are invited to a daylong conference Feb. 26 in Verona.

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Filed Under: Commercial Fruit and Nuts, Nuts, Fruit and Nut Diseases November 2, 2018

STARKVILLE, Miss. -- Mississippi’s pecan yields will be down from last year, but the future looks promising.

Mississippi Pecan Growers Association President Max Draughn of Raymond explained that pecan yields alternate from year to year.

Muscadines of various shades are bunched on the vine.
Filed Under: Commercial Fruit and Nuts, Fruit August 8, 2018

Producers can learn about issues related to muscadine production and other fruit-related topics at an upcoming field day in Pearl River County, south of McNeill.

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