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`Oconee' pecan [Carya illinoinensis (Wangenh.) K. Koch] scions were grafted on seedling rootstock from nine open-pollinated seedstocks. Rootstock included three seedstocks each of pecan, water hickory [C. aquatica (F. Michx.) Nutt.], and their interspecific hybrid, Carya × lecontei (Little). Pecan seedlings had the largest basal diameters and water hickory seedlings the smallest. Seedlings of `Elliott' and `Curtis' seedstocks were larger than seedlings from `Moore' seedstock. Pecan and C. × lecontei seedlings were grafted more successfully than water hickory. Graft success varied among seedstocks of pecan and C. × lecontei Foliage color of seedlings, possibly indicative of iron nutritional status, was influenced by species; pecan seedling leaves were darker green than those of water hickory seedlings, but similar to C. × lecontei leaves. `Oconee' scion leaves were darker green on pecan rootstock than when grafted on C. × lecontei rootstock.

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Biochar for this study was a commercial hardwood-based biochar produced primarily using oak ( Quercus sp.), elm ( Ulmus sp.), and hickory ( Carya sp.) in traditional kilns using slow pyrolysis at 842 °F for 5–30 min (Royal Oak Charcoal, Roswell, GA

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four times. Plots were 20 ft long, and each split plot was 10 ft long. Spunbound polypropylene rowcovers [1.2 oz/yard 2 (Typar®; Reemay, Old Hickory, TN)] were placed on the designated split plot on 3 Mar. 2007 and 1 Apr. in 2008, before primocane

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Latest pecan news 12 Dec. 2007 < http://www.texaspecans.org/news.html >. Thompson, T.E. 1990 Pecan cultivars: Current use and recommendations Pecan South 24 12 17 Thompson, T.E. Grauke, L.J. 1991 Pecans and other hickories ( Carya ) Acta Hort. 290 839 904

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environment HortTechnology 13 381 384 10.21273/HORTTECH.13.2.0381 Goff, W. Tunnell, E. McDaniel, R. 1991 The ‘Surprize’ pecan Fruit Var. J. 45 180 185 Grauke, L. Thompson, T. 1996 Pecans and hickories, p. 185–239. In: J. Janick and J.N. Moore (eds.). Fruit

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.E. Yaghmour, M. Cranshaw, W. Seybold, S.J. Bostock, R.M. Tisserat, N. 2013 Susceptibility of walnut and hickory species to Geosmithia morbida Plant Dis. 97 601 607 10.1093/ee/7.3.405 Walter, A.J. Venette, R.C. Kells, S.A. 2010 Acceptance and suitability of

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placed into a 50-mL centrifuge tube and spun at 1880 g n for 5-min at 28 °C (Allegra 25R; Beckmann-Coulter, Atlanta, GA) and repeated. Then 15 mL of the supernatant was filtered through 50-grade cheesecloth (VeraTec Cheesecloth; Fiberweb, Old Hickory, TN

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polypropylene rowcover material (Reemay® cloth, style 206, 34 g·m −2 ; Fiberweb, Old Hickory, TN), 6) SOM over 1.1-m-wide 4-mil black polyethylene, 7) SOM over polyethylene over 4.5 kg·m −2 (DW basis) MCB, and 8) SOM incorporated with 3 kg·ha −1 dichlobenil

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; Oasis Wedge®; Smithers-Oasis) on 22 May. Trays were placed under a spunbond polyester fabric tent (Reemay ® ; Reemay Inc., Old Hickory, TN) and sub-irrigated with water every day for 4 weeks, and then every other day after that for an additional 4 weeks

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