Caddo Pecan Trees for Sale
Nut Size: medium averaging 67 nuts/lb.
Quality: good averaging 54% kernel
Pollinator: Type 1
USDA Grow Zones: 6-10
Other Characteristics: Caddo consistently produces beginning at a young age and maintains a high production in mature years. Average harvest time is early season in October. Caddo has a mediocre scab resistance and is recommended to keep on a spray schedule.
Type 1 pollinators = protandrous This means that the pollen sheds prior to stigma receptivity. Due to this the type 1 trees should be pollinated with type 2 trees.
Type 2 pollinators = protogynous This means that the stigma is receptive prior to pollen shedding. Due to this type 2 trees should be pollinated with type 1 trees.
Other varieties of Pecan trees are available through Bentley Farms’ Georgia Pecan Trees located in Valdosta, Georgia.
Bentley Farms is your one-stop-shop for anything and everything concerning pecan trees in South Georgia and abroad. Our state of the art Pecan tree nursery produces a wide range of pecan tree varieties. The Bentley Farm pecan tree nursery can handle any order big or small.