Pecan Project 2004-2005

 

 

Research projects in New Mexico and Arizona

PI 2004-2005

Dept.

Administrator

Funded by ARS

 

 

 

Title 2004-2005

 

 

 

Late season application of 15N to pecans

Lindemann

AGHT

Bosland

Enhancing pecan productivity through management of alternate bearing using ethylene and foliar boron

Mexal, Khan

AGHT

Bosland

Irrigation scheduling of pecans using soil moisture sensors and a climate base irrigation model

Mexal, White

AGHT

Bosland

Measuring consumptive water use in pecan orchards at various stages of maturity

Sammis, Mexal,

Miller

AGHT

Bosland

Impact of broad and narrow spectrum insecticides

directed at pecan nut casebearer on aphid populations

Lewis

EPPWS

Kinzer

Insecticide resistance management in black margined aphid populations

Lewis

EPPWS

Kinzer

Integrated biological control of black margined and black aphids in pecans

Ellington,

Carrillo

EPPWW

Kinzer

Influence of management practices on egg predation in Pecos Valley pecan trees

Pierce

EPPWS

Kinzer

Pesticide Application technology-biological efficacy and drift mediating strategies for pecan insect control by aircraft

Ross

EPPWS

Kinzer

Remote sensing technology for pecan management

Sanderson,

Ross,

Bleiweiss

EPPWS

Kinzer

IPM nematodes and pecans

Thomas

EPPWS

Kinzer

Water use and management in Arizona pecans

Brown

U of A

Kaltenbach

Leaf tissue nutrient levels in commercial pecan orchards

Walworth

U of A

Kaltenbach

Reducing tree crop herbicide use with weed sensing automated spot spraying and GPS-GIS weed map controlled sprayer technology

McCloskey

U of A

Kaltenbach

 

 

 

 

TOTAL