[NAFEX] Dying pecan- can I determine variety of survivor?
jmichaelnave at yahoo.com
Wed May 30 09:29:59 EDT 2007
I think that if they looked at your tree thay might be
able to tell, but unless you live within 30 minutes of
Byron I don't think anyone will be looking at your
tree. looking at data or looking at photos is not the
--- Hilborn.E at epamail.epa.gov wrote:
> I am somewhat encouraged by these comments. I only
> really need to know
> the type for pollination purposes. So you all think
> that this lab may
> be able to narrow it down, maybe if I also document
> the time the stamens
> I can differentiate it from most of the northern
> pecans in my
> collection, based on its growth habit and bud
> structure, but when you compare it with Creek(its
> full-sib) and some of
> the other Southern pecans, I can't tell
> them apart.
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