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Pecan [ Carya illinoinensis (Wangenh.) K. Koch], a member of the Juglandaceae family, is native to the United States and North America ( Thompson 2017 ). The United States is the world’s largest pecan producer, with an average yearly production

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.10.035 Zhang, R. Peng, F. Liang, Y. Hao, M. Li, Y. 2015c Flowering and pollination characteristics of Chinese-grown pecan ( Carya illinoinensis ) Acta Hort. 1070 43 51 Zhao, Y. Chen, M.Y. Storey, K.B. Sun, L.N. Yang, H.S. 2015 DNA methylation levels analysis in

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Alternate bearing (AB) is the most important horticultural problem for the pecan ( Carya illinoinensis ) industry ( Wood, 2003 ). Alternate bearing in perennial tree crops comprises a propensity for “on” years of high fruit yield interspersed with

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, K.H. Sathe, S.K. 2007 Biochemical composition and immunological comparison of select pecan [ Carya illinoinensis (Wangenh. K. Koch)] cultivars J. Agr. Food Chem. 55 9899 9907 10.1021/jf0714721 von Broembsen, S

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Monselise S.P. CRC handbook of fruit set and development CRC Press Boca Raton, Fla Sparks, D. 2000 Fruit set in pecan, Carya illinoinensis Acta Hort. 527 35 48 Sparks, D. 2003 Growth

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Individual bearing pecan [ Carya illinoinensis (Wangenh.) C. Koch] trees periodically exhibit episodes of substantial shoot and small limb death referred to here as “shoot dieback maladies” (SDMs). These SDMs have received little study and are

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control and irrigation on pecan ( Carya illinoinensis ) growth and yield Weed Technol. 8 717 719 Patterson, M.G. Goff, W.D. McDaniel, N.R. Curtis, L.M. Tyson, T.W. 1988 Total chemical weed control aids pecan tree growth Highlights of Agr. Res. 35 3

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Pecan [ Carya illinoinensis (Wangenh.) K. Koch] is an important crop of southern New Mexico, USA. Appropriate management practices are required to maintain the quality and yield of pecan while conserving water resources ( Andales et al., 2006

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L). IV. Development of a quantitative model of the translocation of nitrogen to the grain Plant Physiol. 71 7 14 Singanusong, R. Mason, R.L. D'arcy, B.R. Nottingham, S.M. 2003 Compositional changes of Australia-grown Western Schley pecans [ Carya

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Raton, Fla Sparks, D. 2000 Fruit set in pecan, Carya illinoinensis Acta Hort. 527 35 48 10.21273/JASHS.106.6.758 Sparks, D. 2003a Growth, flowering, and fruiting 273 316 Fulbright D

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