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Michael F. Polozola II, Daniel E. Wells, J. Raymond Kessler, Wheeler G. Foshee, Amy N. Wright, and Bryan S. Wilkins

Approximately 3.1 million kg (6.8 million lb) of pecans were produced in Alabama in 2013 ( Brown, 2013 ). The majority of production occurred in the southwest corner of the state in Mobile and Baldwin counties. Soils in those counties are mostly

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Timothy L. Grey, Keith Rucker, Lenny Wells, and Xuelin Luo

Pecan production is increasing in the United States as exports to foreign markets have stimulated value and prompted newly planted groves ( Wells, 2014 ). Between 2009 and 2014, the U.S. in-shell pecan production (nuts from improved, native, and

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Julie Campbell and Vanessa Shonkwiler

According to the International Nut and Dried Fruit Council (2018) , world pecan ( C. illinoinensis ) production has increased by 28% over the past decade. An estimated 92% of pecans are produced in North America, with the United States having 51

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Cyrus A. Smith, James L. Walworth, Mary J. Comeau, Richard J. Heerema, Joshua D. Sherman, and Randall Norton

Soil conditions, including sodicity, salinity, and poor drainage, limit distribution of pecan [ Carya illinoinensis (Wangenh.) K. Koch] acreage in the southwestern United States. Multiple aspects of plant physiology and metabolism are affected by

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Niels O. Maness, Michael W. Smith, C. Zhang, and Gerald H. Brusewitz

Pecan

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Dan Chapman, G.R. McEachern, Laurence Sistrunk, John Lipe, Larry Stein, and J.B. Storey

Pecan

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Amir M. González-Delgado and Manoj K. Shukla

Pecan [ Carya illinoinensis (Wangenh.) K. Koch] is an important crop in southern New Mexico, and appropriate application of agrochemicals for pest control is required to maintain water quality and sustain pecan production. Indaziflam (Alion

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Lenny Wells

Georgia is the largest pecan-producing state in the United States, accounting for ≈30% of the nation’s production [ U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), 2012 ]. The state’s commercial pecan acreage, however, is difficult to ascertain as a result

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L.J. Grauke and Richard D. O'Barr

Research conducted at LSU Pecan Research Extension Station, Shreveport, La.

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Eli D. Moore, Gary W. Williams, Marco A. Palma, and Leonardo Lombardini

The pecan [ Carya illinoinensis (Wangenh.) C. Koch] is unique among U.S. nut crops. Besides being the only native nut grown on a commercial scale, pecans exhibit alternate bearing behavior, often referred to as biennial bearing, which leads to