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Pecan Tree Species Spotlight: Cherryle
4/6/2017 - 11:04:25 AM
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Pecan Tree Species Spotlight: Cherryle Pecan Tree Species: Cherryle Cherryle produces excellent quality kernels and has a soft shell. The nuts are very large with a high percent kernel. It has good scab resistance. Cherryle is not a precocious variety and will take a little time to come into full production. The tree has a spreading hab... Read More
Pecan Tree Species Spotlight: Headquarters
3/23/2017 - 3:20:00 PM
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Pecan Tree Species Spotlight: Headquarters Pecan Tree Species: Headquarters Headquarters is likely an Elliott seedling as it is similar in quality except the size which is larger than Elliott. It produces good yields of quality nuts with minimal care and no sprays. Nuts are rounder than Elliott. It has excellent disease resistance and a mid... Read More
Pecan Tree Species Spotlight: Ellis
4/13/2016 - 12:19:50 PM
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Pecan Tree Species: Ellis Ellis is a new patented cultivar from Georgia. While it has not been tested throughout the Southeast, Ellis, appears to have many desirable traits. It produces large nuts with excellent quality and has good scab resistance. Ellis would be a good candidate for the giftpack a... Read More
Pecan Tree Species Spotlight: Baby B
3/23/2016 - 10:34:26 AM
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Pecan Tree Species Spotlight: Baby B Pecan Tree Species: Baby B Baby B has exceptional foliage appearance and retention. Leaves are large and remain on the tree in full canopy late in the year. It is precocious and produces heavy crops annually. Nuts on Baby B mature in September for an early harvest. Type II Avg. 50% Kernel Avg. 67 n... Read More
Pecan Tree Species Spotlight: Lakota
3/14/2016 - 10:43:33 AM
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Pecan Tree Species Spotlight: Lakota Pecan Tree Species: Lakota Lakota is a recent USDA released cultivar. It is very precocious, has outstanding scab resistance and is very productive. Lakota has exceptional quality with bright kernels from its medium sized nuts. Nuts mature very early usually by the end of September. May have to be ... Read More
Pecan Tree Species Spotlight: Excel
2/12/2016 - 10:14:08 AM
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Pecan Tree Species Spotlight: Excel Pecan Tree Species: Excel Excel produces a large nut, with excellent scab resistance and an early harvest date. Kernels are bright and golden. Shell is thick which lowers kernel percentage. Produces high yields but crop thinning may be necessary to prevent over cropping. Good choice for low input o... Read More
Pecan Tree Species Spotlight: Lipan
11/30/2015 - 12:59:48 PM
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Pecan Tree Species Spotlight: Lipan Pecan Tree Species: Lipan Lipan is the latest USDA release. It was released for its high nut quality, high yield potential, early nut maturity and excellent scab resistance. Lipan can be sold in shell or shelled to produce a high percentage of halves. Kernels are cream to golden in color. Type I Av... Read More
Pecan Tree Species Spotlight: McMillan
11/18/2015 - 1:07:36 PM
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Pecan Tree Species Spotlight: McMillan Pecan Tree Species: McMillan McMillan is highly productive and produces consistent crops. Scab resistance is good. This variety needs minimal to no fungicide. McMillan is an excellent choice for low input and organic orchards. Type II Avg. 51% Kernel Avg. 56 nuts per pound Cross pollinate: Amling, ... Read More
Pecan Tree Species Spotlight: Choctaw
10/30/2015 - 10:49:57 AM
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Pecan Tree Species Spotlight: Choctaw Pecan Tree Species: Choctaw Choctaw has good resistance to pecan scab and makes an excellent yard tree because of its beautiful foliage. The very large egg shaped nuts have a thin shell structure making them easy to shell. Kernel quality is very good. Choctaw is widely planted in Mississippi yards ... Read More
Pecan Tree Species Spotlight: Amling
10/19/2015 - 12:35:38 PM
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Pecan Tree Species Spotlight: Amling Pecan Tree Species: Amling Amling has beautiful dark green foliage and excellent resistance to most pests. The medium sized nuts have a high quality kernel and are easy to shell. A favorite cultivar for a yard tree as it produces nuts with minimal care and no sprays. Scab resistance is excellent, a... Read More
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