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How Far Apart Should Pecan Trees Be Planted?

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How Far Apart Should Pecan Trees Be Planted?

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The productivity of pecan trees depends on proper spacing. Plant young trees 30 to 40 feet apart. Once trees become overcrowded, it is necessary to space them further apart. Fully mature pecan trees ideally should have 50 to 70 feet between them.

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Amy Deemer began her writing career in 1992. She began writing online content in 2009 and writes primarily for Answerbag and Garden Guides. Deemer enjoys researching and writing about flowers, plants and gardening. Deemer has an Associate of Arts in liberal studies from Westmoreland Community College.