A common disease afflicting pecan trees is scab. Brown spot, downey spot, gnomonia leaf spot, liver spot and zonate leaf spot are several fungal diseases that pose a threat to the leaves on pecan trees. More »

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Selecting a good location with full sun and good soil drainage are two of the most important aspects of planting a pecan tree. Before deciding on a spot for the tree, dig a hole 32 inches deep and 8 inches wide, and fill... More »

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While having a soil test done is the best way to choose the right fertilizer for pecan trees, you can apply 5-10-15, 10-10-10 or 17-17-17 fertilizers annually, depending on location and age of the tree. In addition, you ... More »

Some diseases that affect sycamore trees are anthracnose, powdery mildew and bacterial leaf scorch. Anthracnose is caused by the fungus Apiognomonia veneta, and it appears on trees in four separate phases. The first phas... More »

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Selecting a good location with full sun and good soil drainage are two of the most important aspects of planting a pecan tree. Before deciding on a spot for the tree, dig a hole 32 inches deep and 8 inches wide, and fill... More »

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Grow pecan trees in the South by choosing the appropriate cultivar for your needs, placing them in a location that allows them plenty of room to grow, and planting them according to the package instructions. For instance... More »

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While having a soil test done is the best way to choose the right fertilizer for pecan trees, you can apply 5-10-15, 10-10-10 or 17-17-17 fertilizers annually, depending on location and age of the tree. In addition, you ... More »