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-19 Grauke, L.J. Thompson, T.E. 2008 Carya illinoinensis pecan, p. 421–425. In: J. Janick and R.E. Paull (eds.). The Encyclopedia of Fruit and Nuts. CABI, Cambridge, MA 10.1021/jf000797d Griel, A.E. Kris-Etherton, P.M. 2006 Tree nuts and the lipid profile: A

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Irregularity of fruit set is a common problem of commercial pecan ( C. illinoinensis ) orchards and can be partially due to poor flower fertilization. Poor fertilization of pistillate flowers can be due to several factors, some of which are

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837 839 Wood, B.W. 1986 Influence of paclobutrazol (PP-333), Flurprimidol (EL-500) and Ortho XE-1019 (Chevron) growth retardants on growth and selected chemical and yield characteristics of Carya illinoinensis Acta Hort. 179 287 288 Wood, B.W. 1987

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transplanting and so trees are often pruned at planting. Pecan ( Carya illinoinensis ) is a multipurpose tree that can be grown at a commercial scale for timber or nuts or as ornamental trees. One unknown is how much pruning at planting is necessary for proper

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targeted leaching fraction ( Ku and Hershey, 1991 , 1992 ). Table 1. Evolution of the leachate electrical conductivity (EC d ) in the pot-in-pot system with pecan ( Carya illinoinensis ) seedlings of rootstock ‘Riverside’ grafted with ‘Western Schley

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. illinoinensis in its natural distribution and to analyze the relationships between anatomical features and environmental parameters of the seedstocks' site of origin (such as elevation and precipitation) along geographical gradients. Such information is

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Pecan ( C . illinoinensis ) is the major tree nut crop grown in the desert southwestern states of Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas. Growing conditions vary throughout this region; however, the soils are generally calcareous, with pH levels of 8.0 or

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Pecan ( Carya illinoinensis ) is a heterodichogamous, monoecious, and deciduous nut-bearing tree species in the Juglandaceae family indigenous to North America ( Sparks, 2005 ). Among the 18 species in the genus Carya , only the pecan is now a

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The southeastern Coastal Plain accounts for almost 45% of US commercial pecan ( Carya illinoinensis ) production ( Wells 2009 ). Pecans are one of Georgia’s most valuable horticultural crops, generating $187 million in 2020 [US Department of

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Alternate bearing (AB) poses a major challenge for the pecan [ Carya illinoinensis (Wangenh.) K. Koch.] industry ( Wood, 2003 ). AB refers to a tendency for wide season-to-season fluctuations in cropping intensity. This is often expressed as a

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