My nuts are tiny! (don't laugh)
I have 3 pecan trees that were on the property when we bought it 6 years ago. I'm not sure exactly how old they are, but they are approximately 25-30 feet tall, and not very big in diameter. One of them has never produced any nuts. The other two have, but one of the trees produces a lot of nuts, but they are very small. They're probably a little bigger than a marble. The other one produces what I would say are a regular size, but it produces very few - less than a dozen. This tree has only started to produce in the last two years. I never fertilize them, so I thought maybe this was the problem. I fertilized them with fertilizer spikes in May, and after reading up online, I think maybe this was too late in the season. Any ideas on why these trees are producing this way? Are they two different varieties or is it just because they are young trees? It's hardly worth cracking open the small nuts. Thanks for any help you can give!