Caring for Your Pecan Tree’s Roots

Caring for Your Pecan Tree’s Roots

It can seem like trees just take care of themselves. A forest, for instance, doesn’t need a person to come in and water the trees to ensure a long lifespan. And while this is definitely true for most trees, things are a little different when seeking bareroot pecan...
Identifying and Protecting Against Pecan Scab

Identifying and Protecting Against Pecan Scab

Georgia pecan trees provide a series of great benefits when they are healthy. Beautiful canopies, comforting shade, and of course delicious nuts — but these benefits can be diminished if the tree isn’t healthy. Pecan scab is a major potential issue for Georgia pecan...
Fertilizing Your Georgia Pecan Trees

Fertilizing Your Georgia Pecan Trees

Georgia pecan trees can provide delicious nuts, ample shade, and a calming atmosphere when they are able to grow in a healthy environment. But unfortunately, not all conditions will affect a Georgia pecan tree in the same way. There are plenty of conditions that are...
What is a Bare Root Pecan Tree?

What is a Bare Root Pecan Tree?

There are many different methods for planting trees. Some methods work better in particular areas, and some simply aren’t a great idea. One of the main factors to consider when choosing how you want to grow a tree is how long you’re willing to wait. Planting from a...
8 Health Benefits of Pecans

8 Health Benefits of Pecans

Do Pecans Provide Health Benefits? Georgia pecan trees provide more than just shade, and pecans help in a lot more ways than just being delicious. That’s right, the tasty additions to pies, deserts, and any other of your favorite pecan recipes also provide a variety...
Pecan Recipes for the Summer

Pecan Recipes for the Summer

Georgia pecan trees offer benefits throughout the entire year. They provide great shade during the summer when the temperatures start climbing toward triple digits. And as always, the nuts they produce provide a great ingredient for numerous delicious recipes...

What Is A Grafted Pecan Tree?

A Grafted Pecan Tree: Grafted Pecan trees are horticultural techniques that joins two plants so that they appear to grow as a single plant. In grafting, the upper part (scion) of one plant grows on the root system (rootstock) of another plant. Because they are...
What You Need to Start a Pecan Farm

What You Need to Start a Pecan Farm

Pecans are a highly sought-after crop. They can be used for a wide variety of uses and people absolutely love them. This leads many people to consider the possibility of opening their own pecan business. And what do you need if you want to sell pecans? A farm. Pecan...
Types of Pecan Trees

Types of Pecan Trees

Pecans are widely known as a delicious source of fiber and over 19 vitamins and minerals. And more than that, a pecan tree nursery is a beautiful sight to behold. The trees grow large and lush, providing both the delicious pecans as well as refreshing shade. But not...
How to Graft a Pecan Tree

How to Graft a Pecan Tree

Here Is How You Can Graft and Grow a Pecan Tree Pecan seeds can be unreliable. The seeds that fall from a particular tree might not produce a new plant that is exactly the same as the tree from which it came. The need for specific varieties of pecan trees has led to...