Tips for the Best Pecan Tree Production

Tips for the Best Pecan Tree Production

When it comes to your pecan trees, nut production is probably very important to you! Did you know that a healthy pecan tree can grow up to 3 to 5 feet per year? While pecan trees can produce delicious nuts that can be used in a wide variety of ways, there are some...
Troubleshooting the Health of Your Georgia Pecan Tree

Troubleshooting the Health of Your Georgia Pecan Tree

Did you know that Georgia has been the United States number one pecan producing state since the late 1800’s? If you live in the state of Georgia, or you maintain Georgia pecan trees elsewhere, then you probably understand the plant care basics. However, as it goes...
Caring for Your Pecan Tree’s Roots

Caring for Your Pecan Tree’s Roots

Pecan Trees for Sale: Know the Basics 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...
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...