Asked on Jun 24, 2012

My pecan tree is about 25 yrs old and has never been fertilized and has never produced eatable pecans. I planted it from

JULIE CDouglas HuntLouise


a pecan. :-) I know NOW that it should be fertilized 3 times a year, with May being one of those times. I forgot about it, tho, and actually thought it was June. Is it too late to do that now? if so, I don't suppose I could hope for pecans this year? I know to measure the diameter of the tree and then put down a lb of 10-10-10 for each inch, but how far out from the trunk do I put the fertilizer? And do I follow with water, and if so, how much?
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