Pecan Things to Do!

1. Bill Ree, retired Extension Entomologist and all-around pecan expert told me that the Pecan IPM-Pipe program is up and working for Pecan Nut Casebearer. Growers can access the program at Pecan ipmPIPE (click the link) and you will be at the welcome page and then can click on the Try it out here link

2. Commercial Pecan Production Program

on ZOOM!

This is what you do now that the world is turned upside down. I was scheduled to speak at many pecan programs this spring and of course they all got cancelled. I love having this opportunity and enjoy seeing pecan farmers but this year it all changed – until now!

I was contacted by a local county agent, Tom Guthrie (Mills County) about being a part of a regional pecan program on ZOOM.I have limited knowledge about how to do ZOOM but in a test run it all works and was easy.So, this next Thursday we will come together through the internet to have a normal pecan production program and you are encouraged to attend. Click HERE to REGISTER!

Registration fee:  $10 for both sessions

Commercial Pecan Production - 1 IPM CEU available When: Thursday, April 23, 2020 10:00 am

  • Early Season Fertility Management - Monte Nesbitt

  • Assessing Crop/Pollination Drop - Dr. Larry Stein

  • Scouting Orchards for Pecan Disease and Insects - Bob Whitney

Homeowner Pecan Production - 1 General CEU available When: Thursday, April 30, 2020  10:00 am

  • Fertility and Water Management - Monte Nesbitt

  • Sunlight - Dr. Larry Stein

  • Scouting the Home Landscape for Pecan Diseases and Insects - Bob Whitney

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