Image for the 2020 Marketing Guide, shows the words "The 2020 Marketing Guide" with a background of pecans in 5-pound sacks.

2020 Marketing Guide — November issue

Published from September through November, Pecan South‘s Marketing Guide provides a list of pecan buyers from across the industry who are looking to purchase nuts from the 2020 crop. Many pecan growers use this guide as a reference when looking for pecan buyers and processors. Spots fill up fast for the 2021 guide. If you’re a...

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November 2020 Classifieds

PECAN TREES: Bareroot Western Schley, Wichita, and Pawnee pecan trees, (Riverside Rootstock).  For information, call Pena’s Pecan Nursery, 3 miles south of Las Cruces, NM 88047; 575-525-9062. Used Savage equipment for sale: (2) 4224 Cleaners, 244s Cracker, Shell Aspirator, 8042 Harvester, 2158 shaker, 2138 shaker. (580)-795-3394. FOR SALE: ’93 OMC shaker, ’93 Orchard Rite shaker,...

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TPGA's Holiday Trail Map shows a list of pecan retail stores and orchards looking to sell to the general public this holiday season.

Holiday Trail Map Guides Customers to Pecans

As many growers rush to shake their trees and harvest their new crop this November, state growers associations and other industry organizations work to provide as much support as they can—whether that be by connecting producers to disaster relief and coronavirus aid or helping them find new ways to market their pecans.  In its own...

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A cluster of pecans covered in scab and a half of a shuck held up for comparison.

What is Pecan “Super Scab”?

Pecan “super scab” is everywhere from central Texas to the East to the Atlantic Ocean. This foliage and shuck disease was selected, isolated, propagated, and increased over many years by the use of outstanding foliar fungicide sprays, which prevented reproduction of 99.9 percent of the normal pecan scab fungus. Unfortunately, the resistant 0.1 percent strain...

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