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Stuart Pecan Tree



 
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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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Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 45 Write a review »

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Stuart Pecan Tree May 27, 2019
Reviewer: Joseph Mastin from nicholasville, KY United States  
Tree arrived with dry roots.  There was gel in the packing but it was not in good contact with the roots unlike my other order where the gel and roots were well entwined. Eventually the tree did bud and I hope it does well though it's well behind the cape fear pecan I ordered.

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Looking good May 25, 2019
Reviewer: M Talbert from Albemarle, NC United States  
I planted this tree as soon as it arrived. It has buds all over the main stem. It is the replacement for another Stuart Pecan that my father planted. I hope it does as well!

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April 23, 2019
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Orange, TX  
Planted the tree the day after it arrived.  Everything was in good condition and instructions were clear.

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March 20, 2019
Reviewer: DAVID CRADDOCK from FAIRFIELD, TX United States  
all trees were in great shape

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Looked ready to go March 15, 2019
Reviewer: Patrick Berry from 19951 CR127, FL United States  
Trees looked fine and were packaged to keep them well. Hope to see how they do.

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