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Amling Pecan Tree



 
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A 10 year old Amling Pecan tree has been documented for yielding 100 pounds of papershell nuts with increasing yields thereafter. This tree is an excellent choice in establishing a home orchard, because the Amling is a fast growing tree and sometimes, an 8 foot pecan tree can even bear nuts the very first year. The Amling Pecan tree is your best selection, if you are looking for a cooling shade with an abundant reward of a delicious, crunchy snack. For the Southern home owners, try adding a shade tree near your home. It is very important that low cost trees are used in cooling houses during the Summer to reduce air conditioning costs.

The nut of the Amling Pecan tree is elongated and thin-shelled, and when shelled it is a bright golden color. Bill Goff, the extension pecan specialist at Auburn University in Alabama, stated that the Amling Pecan tree, "appears to be very scab resistant". Disease resistance is very important in Southern states because of the high temperatures and high humidity, and pecan specialists have developed certain new pecan cultivars that are genetically resistant to disease. Besides being a great shade tree with dense leaves, the paper shell nuts are delicious: being loaded with a high oil content along with what Dr. Amling called his discovery "a high quality nut".

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5 of 5 Amling Pecan Tree July 11, 2021
Reviewer: Benjamin A. Tagle from MISSION, TX United States  
Product arrived with nice, healthy buds; went straight into the ground and was leafing out a week later!  Excellent item!

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5 of 5 Give it time! June 27, 2021
Reviewer: Melissa Voss from Iron City, TN United States  
I thought this tree was dead when it and the other 2 pecan trees and 3 walnut trees I bought did not leaf out while the many other types of trees I purchased were looking great and growing well. Karen in customer service asked me to give it time and make sure they were watered. Lo and behold! all 3 of my pecans are looking excellent. My advice - be patient with these nut trees.

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5 of 5 Surprisingly Pleased June 13, 2021
Reviewer: Virgil Misenheimer from North Carolina  
Received these two trees without any soil inside the package, however they were carefully packed with a lightweight moisturizing jell packed in and around the root structure and retaining shrink wrap around same to help them thrive thru the transit period. Planted them both practically the same day of receiving. Both have already started developing leaves and green shoots. We planted a few similar variety trees a couple months ago that we had purchased from a local nursery. In direct comparison to the newest ones planted less than two weeks ago, the local Nursey trees appear to remain somewhat dormant. Thus far very pleased with our purchase and the spring to life results.

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5 of 5 Planted on Friday new bud by Sunday. June 7, 2021
Reviewer: Stewart Hahn from Lexington, SC United States  
I won't really know for a few months if it will make it, but encouraged to see  new  growth the second day after planting.

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4 of 5 June 5, 2021
Reviewer: from , florida  
Bare stem . No signs of life yet. Will keep fingers crossed.

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