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Pecans need deep, fertile and well drained soil with substantial water-holding capacity. Pecans generally like a slightly acidic pH between 5.5 to 7 pH.
They need at least 3 feet of well-drained soil above the minimum depth of the water table in order to develop a strong root system. They like lots of water, but not standing water -- the planting site must drain.
Peat moss is a good additive to help amend our sandy soils and provide moisture retention without changing the pH of the soil. But only if you have NO clay underneath. If you have clay a few feet down, skip the peat moss, as the clay should provide adequate water retention above.
The planting site should be at least 30' from any buildings, other big trees or power lines. It should be in full sun and provide good drainage. Pecan trees should be planted 40-50' apart if planting near to each other. Trees should also be at least 15' from driveways or roads to allow moisture and air to reach the roots.
Pecans are wind-pollinated and can cross-pollinate up to one mile away. Some sources say within 300 feet of another variety is a better bet to ensure thorough pollination.
Bare root trees can only be planted from December to late February. However, container-grown trees can be planted anytime of the year, as long as they are kept watered, though avoiding the deep heat of summer (June, July, early August) is certainly easier on both the trees and the gardener.
|Material||Pecan Nuts, Seeds|
|Application||Food Industry, Nutritious Food, Sweets|
|Cultivation Type||Common, Organic|
|Packaging Type||Plastic Bag, PP Bag|
|Features||High Nutritional Value|
|Packaging size||1kg, 200g, 250gm, 500g|
|Payment Terms||L/C, D/A, D/P, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram|
|Delivery Time||2-3 Days|