PECAN Choctaw (Β)

  • PECAN Choctaw (Β)

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Βάρος: 4.00 Kg

Availability: Immediate shipment of order


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Product description

This type II variety was derived from a cross between 'Success' and 'Mahan'. The cross was made in 1946 by L.D. Romberg, US Pecan Field Station, Brownwood, Texas. Named and released in 1959. "Choctaw" is a close relative and pollinator of "Mohawk".

The Choctaw Pecan (Carya illinoinensis) is distinguished by its large, round nuts and vigorous growth. This tree is not only a source of delicious pecans but also a visual treat with its huge canopy. Its adaptability to different soil types makes it a versatile choice for orchards.

Nutty taste: Sweet and rich aroma

Crumbs 48-50%
Bark Color and Appearance Brown, oval and smooth
Harvest Time: October-November
Performance & Storage: High performance, store in a cool and dry place

Soil pH: 6.0-6.5
Soil type: Well-drained, sandy loam
Water requirements: Deep watering
Sunlight Requirements: Full sun
Drought tolerance: Moderate
Heat tolerance: Good
Cooling hours: 600-800 hours

Cross-pollination by Type I is required