The Caddo tree produces superior yields and pecan production remains consistently high throughout maturity.
The nut of the tree is medium sized with a football shape (round in middle with pointed tips) and an average of 67 nuts per pound. The kernel of the nut is well filled at 54% and has an attractive golden color. The Caddo has good pecan scab resistance.
Caddo, a Type-I tree, should be cross-pollinated with a Type II; pollinator such as the Candy, Elliott or Kanza.
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Note: Trees can not be shipped to Arizona, California and Oregon. We prune trees before shipping.
Heat Sensitive No Growing Zone 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 Tree Type I Nuts per lb. 67 Kernel % 54 Disease Resistance Moderate Cross-pollinate Candy, Elliott, Kanza