Mandan Pecan Tree | Type 1 Pollinator

Mandan Pecan Tree | Type 1 Pollinator

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  • Harvest nuts


  • Shade tree

  • Attractive foliage

  • Type-1 pollinator

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  • Family owned farm since 1980
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The Mandan Pecan tree cultivar features the best qualities of all the pecan varieties! Mandan was released in 2009 by the USDA, this cultivar offers high early nut quality, high yield potential, early nut maturity, excellent scab and disease resistance,  and enormous tree strength. What more could you ask for from a pecan tree?

The Carya illinoinensis Mandan produces roughly 49 nuts per pound, with one of the highest kernel percentages at 57%. The pecan tree is a consistent producer of large nuts all through its maturation.

Mandan nuts are cream to golden brown and are extremely large for being a northern pecan tree. They are tasty nuts perfect for eating fresh off the tree or for baking pecan pie!

The papershell pecan trees are easy to crack and enjoy right off the tree! Pecans are sometimes susceptible to pests and diseases. Do you part in preventing these on your trees!

The Mandan’s strong branch angles are great for a distinctive look in your landscape. This is a Type-1 pollinator and requires a Type-2 like Elliot Pecan, Kiowa Pecan, or Kanza Pecan to produce nuts.

Mandan Tree Planting & Pecan Tree Care

The best time of year to plant pecans is in late winter to early spring. A layer of mulch at the top of the root ball and tree trunk will help retain moisture. This nut tree needs a lot of water the first few years to establish a strong root system.

Mandan prefers moist, well-drained soil and sunlight. You can perform a soil test to test what nutrients are lacking and for soil pH. We suggest doing this while the pecan is still a young tree. Common nutrient problems include zinc deficiency. You can amend the soil with zinc sulfate. 

 Young pecan trees need several gallons of water per day. This will continue until the pecan established into a mature tree.

Buy pecan trees for their nut production and shade tree opportunities. Pick your planting site first before choosing your pecan.

Grow this fast growing tree in USDA growing zones 6-9. This pecan tree can get up to 70-100 feet tall at maturity with a 70 foot branch spread.

Shop our Mandan Pecan tree for sale for an excellent northern pecan variety. Compare to other pecan varieties.

Check out our Pecan Grow Guide and How to Harvest Pecans blog for more information on growing and cultivating pecans — an easy and rewarding fruit tree.

Find out more on growing pecan trees from pecan nuts. It is possible!

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Botanical Name
Carya illinoinensis 'Mandan'
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Sunlight
Full Sun

Foliage Color
Medium to dark green

Mature Width
70 ft

Mature Height
70-100 ft

Growing Zones 6, 7, 8, 9

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04/22/2019
Sylvestor H.

Adding this pecan tree to my backyard grove. I live in Georgia and all my friends come to pick the pecans I cant keep up with.

06/18/2022

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Hi Sylvestor. We are thrilled to hear about how well your Mandan Pecan Tree | Type 1 Pollinator is doing. Sounds like you have a pecan picking party going on over there. Please let us know if there is anything else we can help with in the future. Happy harvesting!

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