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Management Strategies to Improve Native and Seedling Pecan Groves

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Publication Number: P2722
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Pecans are native to North America, including Mississippi. They are common in bottomlands throughout several states. Today, native and seedling pecan trees produce a relatively small percentage of Mississippi’s pecans, but they could produce more. However, just having trees is not enough to make them profitable. Most management methods can benefit both native pecan trees and improved pecan cultivars. Adding a management strategy to improve quality and productivity can make both native and seedling pecans more profitable.

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Portrait of Dr. Eric Thomas Stafne
Extension/Research Professor
Fruit Crops

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