The 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 Mandan produces roughly 49 nuts per pound, with one of the highest kernel percentages at 57%. The pecan tree is a consistent producer of nuts all through its maturation. Mandan nuts are cream to golden brown and are extremely large for being a northern pecan.
Planting the Mandan Pecan tree:
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 will help retain moisture. This tree needs a lot of water the first few years to establish a strong root system.
Mandan prefers moist, well-drained soil and sunlight.
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.
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Carya illinoinensis 'Mandan'
- Harvest nuts
- Shade tree
- Attractive foliage
- Type-1 pollinator