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Pawnee Pecan Tree

Pawnee Pecan Tree



 
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Pawnee Pecan trees produce a large nut that has a medium soft papershell, roughly 40 percent kernel ratio, and the tree requires pollination from additional trees, usually best performed by the Desirable. The Pawnee Pecan tree is very cold hardy, and in middle Georgia, around Fort Valley and Perry, Georgia, this selection has become one of the most popular cultivars for the early Thanksgiving pecan market sales. Perhaps the greatest attribute of the Pawnee Pecan tree is the very early maturity of the nuts on the trees around the last of September or the first of October, and normally this is a month earlier than most other varieties.

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Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 16 Write a review »

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Pawnee Pecan Trees February 14, 2019
Reviewer: Ben cogan from prosperity, SC United States  
The trees were delivered very quickly, and packaged very well.  Also, well marked so I don't get them mixed up with the other order

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Excellent February 13, 2019
Reviewer: loretta Elmore from Jessieville, AR United States  
Just planted them today. Really nice looking tree's.

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February 5, 2019
Reviewer: Mary Broussard from Abbeville, LA United States  
Seemed to have excellent tap roots and feeders, as compared to the desirable pecan that ahipped with it. I am glad to be making note of this, in case the Desirable doesn't make it.

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Condition of tree upon receipt January 30, 2019
Reviewer: Wesley Douglas from Lake City, FL United States  
Tree had many roots and all were encompassed with gelatin and were very moist.  Tap root was in perfect condition.

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So far so good February 10, 2018
Reviewer: Webpuddin from Chinquapin, NC United States  
It's difficult to rate a dormant plant. But there are some things: it was packaged well; it looks like similar bare-root trees I've purchased in the past. It appeared healthy and intact. It's packaged quite well, and they have a system to successfully keep roots moist. My only concerns were: (a) it was not clear (partially based on previous instructions from previous orders) - did I need to cut off 1/3 of the height of the tree or was that done prior to shipment? (I called & they said it was done prior); and (b) I have a very hard time locating the graft, which must be kept a few inches above ground. I wish they'd find a way to mark it - magic marker? twist tie (it might move...)? tape? something stretchy like plumber's teflon tape? ...

Also - all videos addressing these kinds of questions on the website were not working with either Safari or Google Chrome.
The proof, however, is in the pudding, so we'll see what happens at leaf-out and beyond.

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