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Crop Profile

  • Pecan Crop Profile
    A production overview for growing pecans within the state of North Carolina including general production information, cultural practices, worker activities, and insect, mite, disease and weed management.

Timeline

  • Pecan Timeline
    The pecan timelines have been created to give a general overview of pecan crop production and related worker activities, pesticide use, and key pests.

Diseases

Publications

  • North Carolina Agricultural Chemicals Manual
    The manual has ten main sections:
    I. Pesticide use and safety information
    II. Chemical application equipment
    III. How to send specimens for disease, insect, and weed identification
    IV. Fertilizer use
    V. Insect control
    VI. Insect and disease control of fruits
    VII. Chemical weed control
    VIII. Plant growth regulators
    IX. Animal damage control
    X. Disease control
    Detailed information on controlling pests of field crops, forage crops, grains, fruits, vegetables, ornamentals, turf, landscape, nursery, livestock, poultry, home garden, communities, and industrial sites is included.

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