SOUTHEASTERN PECAN GROWERS ASSOCIATION

2013 Presentations

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Disease and spray coverage in pecan trees

Clive H. Bock

USDA-ARS-SEFTNRL

 

Asia in a nutshell: Marketing opportunities & challenges for Pecans

LaVerne E. Brabant

 

Pecan Truffles; cultivating a new commodity

T. Brenneman, M. E. Smith, G. Bonito,

and R. Vilgalys

 

Pecan Cultivars for the Export Market

Bill Goff

Department of Horticulture, Auburn University

 

PHOSPHITE: Will Soil Applications be as Effective as Foliar?

Dr. Charles J. Graham

Pecan Research Station

LSU Agricultural Center

 

Nematode Management in Pecans

A. P. Nyczepir

 

Pecan Bacterial Leaf Scorch Disease Review and Update

Randy Sanderlin

LSU AgCenter Pecan Research-Extension Station

Shreveport, LA

 

US Pecans: Natures health food

Hilton Segler

 

Biorational Pesticides for Pecan Insect Pests

David Shapiro-Ilan, Ted Cottrell & Bruce Wood

USDA-ARS, SE Fruit & Tree Nut Res Lab

Byron, GA

 

Marketing, Promotion and Research Program: Performance Update 2/7/13

Laurel Sprague

National Pecan Shellers Association

 

A Reduced Early-Season Irrigation Schedule for Southeastern Pecan Production

Lenny Wells and Cody Casey

UGA Horticulture

 

Biology and Control of Leaf-Sucking, Stem-Infesting and Root-Feeding Insect and Mites Pests of Pecan

Jim Dutcher

Entomology, Georgia University, CAES, Tifton Campus