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A Short Crop Gets Shorter

A recent article from UGA Extension discusses the 2021 pecan crop and how the weather adversely affected this year’s production. It includes the effect of the cold spring on pollination, wet conditions on the development of scab, and the cloudy conditions, especially late in the season, keeping the nuts from…
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Pecan crop comes up short

Bad weather this last year led to a smaller than expected pecan crop according to this story in the Southeast Farm Press this week. The crop got a lates start because of cool, erratic weather in the spring, which may have affected pollination. Rainy and cloudy weather through the summer…
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