Pecan Trees
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How can you determine the health of your pecan tree

Zone Grosse Tete 70740 | juliewessinger@yahoo.com added on May 14, 2019 | Answered

My pecan trees drop a lot of branches, is this a sign of poor health care

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BushDoctor
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Answered on May 14, 2019

It can be. Photos will help me to confirm what is going on. This can be due to age, or fungal infections.

I don't know if your area is "boggy" or if you are far enough away from overly wet soil, but this would be a big factor in the health of your pecan. Wet soils can lead to severe infections for trees that are not designed to handle it.

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