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Item #: Caddo Pecan
Availability: Pick-up Only
Caddo is a hybrid of the pecan tree cultivars "Alley" and "Brooks" that was
developed in 1922 or 1923 and released in 1968. "Caddo" is considered a consistent producer of good quality kernels from a young age until maturity.
The tree produces football-shaped, medium-size nuts of good
quality, though it has only mild resistance to scab disease. Yeilds 67lbs nut with 54% kernel.
Nuts ripens in early-mid October.
Grows in zones: 6 - 10
Caddo pollinators are Elliot, Schley, Kanza, and Stuart.
Available at farm for pickup container grown 5-gallon, 15-gallon and 30-gallon container.
Please call for prices and availability.