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...

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...