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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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stuart June 5, 2016
Reviewer: TOMMY HOOPER from HASLET, TX United States  
again looks good we will see how they do i have several pecan  planted near them

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Dormant plant May 11, 2016
Reviewer: Vincent Johns from morgantown, WV United States  
The plant was delivered dormant with the trunk and the roots pruned.  Time will tell if the plants will survive and if it does, it will be many years before I enjoy any nuts.

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Looks Good March 11, 2016
Reviewer: JP HATCH from Culleoka, TN United States  
hopeful for good growth

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Altogether satisfactory replacement February 15, 2016
Reviewer: William Moss from Winston-Salem, NC United States  
This tree is a replacement for one that I planted in the spring of last year, which did not survive the summer -- understandably, since it was planted rather late in the spring.  There was no hassle whatever about replacement.  The tree seems to be in excellent condition, and customer service was altogether courteous and helpful.  On the basis of my experience, I would recommend Ty Ty to anyone, and look forward to dealing with this nursery in the future.

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Fine February 9, 2016
Reviewer: Betty Harrison from Mckenney, VA United States  
When are you going to ship my 25 trees I ordered on July 23 2015 in the amount 147.12  invoice 2143 to be ship to Stephen Jennings
3861 mill mount court
Powhatan va 23139
Betty Harrison
7704 quail hollow road
Mckenney va 23872
8042215315

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