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The nut of the Stuart Pecan tree is large and a classic standard pecan, when growing conditions are favorable and can shell out 45% kernel content. The Stuart Pecan tree was originally discovered growing by a Colonel Stuart in Southern Mississippi, growing on a fence row, and immediately this cultivar was recognized as the classic standard of modern pecan orchards. The crop of Stuart Pecan nuts begins to ripen in October and November. The Stuart Pecan tree will not pollinate itself at all, and the desirable Pecan tree is most often planted to cross pollinate the Stuart. The Stuart Pecan is a heavy yielding pecan tree that is very widely adapted for growing throughout the United States. Most soil types are adaptable to grow the Stuart Pecan orchard for a successful nut harvest.

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Crooked Stuart February 9, 2015
Reviewer: David Lee from Beulaville, NC United States  
This tree is very crooked as well. I guess maybe a stake might fix it eventually?

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Thrilled by your timely service May 18, 2014
Reviewer: Wavie Sharp from Brandenburg, KY United States  
Had to wait a couple of days because we had a lot of rain and the site I selected and prepared was muddy.   Thanks for your timely shipping !

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Order Review May 14, 2014
Reviewer: Richard Ray from Franklin, GA United States  
Trees arrived one day faster than i was told at time of order. Trees lloked good and are growing fine as of now. Will order fromm TyTy again in the future.

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Dr. Gale Ragan Stuart Pecan Tree May 7, 2014
Reviewer: Gale Ragan from Camilla, GA United States  
Dr. Gale Ragan Stuart Pecan Tree arrived at 6PM via UPS on Wednesday, March 26, 2014. Today, the Stuart Pecan trees grows 10 leaves and clusters with 10 additional newly growing leaves sprouting out as well. Likewise, I cared for the Stuart Pecan Tree with 6-7-7 fertilizer, water, bicarbonated coca cola and homemade plant food as well as homemade fish plant food to help the tree catch from March 26 until the 10th day of care brought in a five days rains cycle. Note: Daily Treatment Fish plant food, starting today homemade plant food from roses foliage.

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