How do I bring back this pecan tree to its full potential?
1.) When they fall from the tree, are the ones that still have the "outer" shell any good? I haven't cracked them yet, so I was wondering if I am wasting my time by picking those up at all. As you all know, it's a job in itself, lol. (see pic).
2.) How would I go about fertilizing/caring for this massive tree and trying to get it to produce better next season?
I was actually hoping to put a flower bed around the tree this spring, is that a bad idea for a Pecan tree? (OK, so maybe I had 3 questions lol).
Any help anyone can give would be greatly appreciated, as always!
Thanks all!! :)
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