Impactos Potenciales del Cambio Climático en la Producción de Nuez en la Región del Noroeste de México y Suroeste de Estados Unidos
- Commercial Pecan Insect Control (Bearing Trees)
- Commercial Pecan INsect and Disease Spray Guide (Non-Bearing Trees)
- Pecan Chemicals: Pre-Harvest Intervals and Other Restrictions
- Pecan Disease Control
- Commercial Pecan Weed Control
- Foliar Zinc Sprays for Bearing Pecan Trees
- Foliar Nicel Sprays for Bearing and Non-Bearing Pecan Trees
- Foliar Boron Applicaiton for Bearing Pecan Trees
- Pruning vs. Training
- Dormant Pruning vs. Summer Pruning
- Types of Pruning Cuts
- Training Systems
You can freeze most fruits, but the quality of the frozen product depends on the kind of fruit, stage of maturity, and type of pack.
- Site SelectionSoils
- Cultivar Selection
- Orchard Design
- When and How to Plant
- Planting a Fruit Tree
- Pest, Disease, and Weed Control
- Pruning and Training for Tree Development
- Post-Harvest Handling
- Potential Markets
Temperate fruit and nut species require exposure to chilling conditions in winter to break dormancy and produce high yields. Adequate winter chill is an important site characteristic for commercial orchard operations, and quantifying chill is crucial for orchard management. Climate change may impact winter chill. With a view to adapting orchards to climate change, this review assesses the state of knowledge in modelling winter chill and the performance of various modelling approaches.
La guía de plantación y cuidados se ha diseñado para productores emprendedores de pecán que se inician.
The objective of this leaflet is to briefly discuss orchard floor management options in pecan orchards along with herbicide considerations, and potential herbicides. It should be used as a guide for producers making orchard floor management decisions.
A primary objective of training and pruning is to develop a strong tree framework that will support fruit production. Improperly trained fruit trees generally have very upright branch angles, which result in serious limb breakage under a heavy fruit load. This significantly reduces the tree’s productivity and may greatly reduce its life. Another goal of annual training and pruning is to remove dead, diseased, or broken limbs.