Christian Bruns wrote: just trying to figure out if the benefit of having a pecan orchard would outweigh the hassle of having a pecan orchard.
Christian Bruns wrote:Thanks Bryant... I was going to take several down as I do not actually need 100 pecan trees. Which brings to mind more questions. I have never owned land or removed trees, but I am thinking the wood could be very useful. There are some pretty good deals around here for 5+ acres, just trying to figure out if the benefit of having a pecan orchard would outweigh the hassle of having a pecan orchard. Thanks so much for the comment!
Ken W Wilson wrote:If I was buying land that already had trees, there isn't any other kind of tree I'd rather have.
Marco Banks wrote:For what it's worth, I live in a similar latitude (34 degrees-ish) to N. Florida (32 degrees-ish). I regularly grow crops throughout my orchard 12 months of the year. Cool season crops like carrots, beets, lettuces, cabbages, etc. do great under the shade of my fruit trees throughout the heart of the summer.
Bryant RedHawk wrote:If you wait it out, the pecan trees will thin themselves with the faster growing ones shading out the slow growers, that will save you time in thinning and you will have the better trees left.
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