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Poorly Pecan

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MelissaB starts with ...
I planted this Pecan about 3 months ago and its not doing so well. I’d appreciate Any advice on what it might need. Thanks.
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18th June 2018 2:45am
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Markmelb says...
A bit more info including a couple photos would really help - eg - planting time - location description - soil improvements - feeding - thanks
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18th June 2018 8:45am
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Fruitylicious1 says...
Hi MelissaB

First of all, where did you planted your pecan, in the ground, or in the pot? Whats happening to the plant? What routine care maintenance have you done so far? Better still upload a picture so that we can have a look at it. Also remember that it is winter time now and most plants looks crappy at this time of the year. Most of them will bounce back though if they survive the winter and if the owners put enough care and effort to ensure their survival especially newly planted ones.

Happy gardening :-)
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18th June 2018 7:48pm
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Original Post was last edited: 18th June 2018 7:49pm
MelissaB says...
Hi Fruitylicious1,
Sorry - my first photo upload failed. It’s planted straight into the ground. I watered well for the first week or so and threw some worm castings about. That’s pretty much it other than putting some screening around it and mulching to keep rabbits and cold away. Soil is good around here. Ph neutral and loads of happy fat worms.

Thanks!
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