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Poor pollenation, with these early drops being 'aborted' nuts. Insect pests - walnut husk maggot, in particular. Fungal disease - especially walnut anthracnose. Drought stress during nut maturation and poor/inadequate pollenation (cold, wet temps during bloom, or just not enough other BWs around to affect good cross-pollenation) are probably. Jul 31, Trees may set large amounts of nuts in a season and some/most drop off naturally. Pecan nut drop (I'm assuming you are talking about pecans as you are in Mobile, Alabama) is also caused by weather.
Very wet seasons in the late spring and early summer can cause part of a pecan tree's crop to fall. Aug 19, Pecans are susceptible to four distinct periods of physiological nut drop throughout the growing season, in which the tree will abort or shed nuts. The first drop occurs immediately after pollination and often goes un-noticed.
Taste the same but shellbark is bigger.
The second drop, occurring in June, is the most commonly recognized drop. Certain varieties such as Desirable undergo a.
May 18, The first period of nut drop occurs shortly after bloom when defective flowers drop from the tree. The second occurs within a month or so after bloom which involves dropping pea-sized flowers which have not shed their jackets. Larger developed nuts that may have been fertilized may also drop during the second period.
Sep 06, Q: My pecan trees are dropping nuts. What causes this, and what we can do to stop it from happening next year? - S.H., Houston. A: Poor pollination, insect damage and stress can trigger.